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I>ATX.Y HERALD. CITY COUNCIL. Two Franchises Passed for Street Railroads. THE KUHRTS SIR BET BRIDGE. The Board of Public Works to Sit Three Honrs Every Day ou Rail way Franchises. The City Counoil met yesterday after noon, with President Breed in the ohair and Conncilmen Frankeutield, Jones, Goes, Kuhrls, Collins, Hyans, Steams, Teed, Johnson and Lovell present. Af ter ithe reading of the minutes of the last meeting the council entered upon the head of OFFICERS' REPORTS. Mayor Workman reported that he had appointed Edwin Blennerhassett as his official secretary without pay from the oity. Filed. The auditor reported the condition of the several funds of the city treasury. Referred to the Finance Committee. Tbe Zanjero reported his expenses for the past week as 1324.50. Referred to the Finance Committee. The Superintendent of Streets report ed expenses of $521.60. Referred to the Finance Committee. The City Assessor reported tax collec tions of $895.82 during the past week. Referred to the Finance Committee. The Clerk of the Conncil reported the issuance of 1648 licenses, of which 1398 bad been collected, amounting to $10, --199 47. Referred to the Finance Com enittee. Chief of Police reported the arrests and convictions as published heretofore in the Hkkald. Filed. Justice Austin reported collection of fees amounting to $81.50, in March. Referred to Finance Committee. The Tax collector reported collection of $11,597 97, in March. Referred to the Finance Committee. Justice Anstin reported the receipts of $957 from tines in March. Received and hied. A report on the abstract of the City Hall lot, sold to John Bryson, sr., for 9120,000, was read together with opin ions from attorneys, which set forth that a good title was vested in the oity prior to the tale, but they disagreed as to tbe title nnder tbe present state of affairs. Mr. Bryson s»id that the sale was eff, unless the title could be made perfect. The matter was referred to the City Attorney. The Health Officer reported that there were 94 deaths in March, of which 1 was from typhoid fever, 3 from measles, 2 accidental, 23 from consumption, 1 can oer, 7 pneumonia, 4 Bright'- disease, 5 heart disease, 1 bronchitis, 2 paralysis, 1 apoplexy, 1 gastritis, 4 dropsy, 2 scrof ula, 5 inanition, 3 premature birth, 1 old age, 2 syphilis, 1 vaccinia, 1 pentoculis, 1 diphtheria, 8 meningitis, 9 smallpox, 2 croup, 1 dentition, 1 convulsions and 2 unascertained censes. The amount of births recorded only foots up to 19 and it was suggested that the penalty of the law be inuicte 1 oa those who neglect to com ply with its provisions. Referred to the Board of Health. rhe City Aseeasor reported the ap pointment of V. L. Sanchez as deputy in place of P. L, Daoasse. Appointee con firmed. THS KUHRTS STREET BRIDGE. Mayor Workman reported that he had reasons to call the attention of the Coun oil to the letting of the contract for the Kuhrts street bridge to the San Fran •oiaao Bririg* Company, partiee olaimiag taat there was a combination pool among 'the bidders. The Mayor could not soy that such was the oase, but he desired the Council to appoint a committee to in vestigatc said charge and all matters con nected therewith. He presented a bond in $5000 from M. H. Ledbetter and Fraoois Ruse, offering to build said bridge for $14,000 Moved snd carried that a committee of three be appointed to examine into the matter aud report next week. The committee is as follows: Messrs. Jones, Collins and Breed. The Mayor was appointed on the committee. BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS. The Board of Public Works recom mended that farther time he allowed on the applications of all raitroad fran chises. Granted. Mr. Fiankeniield asked that the Board of Public Worke meet every day for three hours nntil some oonclusion be reached. Carried. The following were, npon motion, ad ded to the board for thie occasion: Mr. Jones snd Mr. Hyans. That M. L. Wicks be granted permis aion to grade a portion of Ballevue ave nue. Granted. That permission to put a culvert in the Arroyo de los Reyes at the corner of Third and Flower streets be refused for tbe reason that the property owners are obstructing the natural water way. Adopted. That the petition of Henry Mertz, to bars the lines of Diamond street de fined, be granted. Granted. That the grading of the intersection of Main and Eleventh streets be not al lowed. Adopted. That Dobinson & Fairohild be permit ted to lay a sample pavement on Com mercial street if it does not interfere with the adjacent storm drain across Main street. Adopted. That the City Surveyor make a survey of Sotello street. Adopted. That a deed from St. Faul'e Protestant Episcopal church for certain streets be accepted. Accepted. That a proposed ohange of the grade of Beandry street be referred to the City Surveyor. Referred. That the grade of Fort street between Fifth and Sixth streets be changed. Adopted. That $325 be paid on Downey-avenue levee. Adopted. That A. Bowman's grading bill be paid. Adopted. Mr. Collins moved that the franchise of Edward Records be taken up, and also the one asked for by Pickett k Kelly. Carried. Tbe Score ary then read the applica tion of Edward Records for the fran ohise on Maoy street, together with tbe bond for $10,000 with C. J Richards and G. A. Dobinson as sureties. Moved that the bond be approved. Carried. The ordinance appertaining to the same was then read and Mr. Collins moved that the franchise be granted and tbe ordinance be passed, Mr. Jones then asked it tbe road were to be run by horses and mules; Moved and car ried tbat "horses and mules" be stricken out. Mr. Kahrte moved tbat if an elec trid road be built, no polee be placed on the streets. Mr. Collins hoped that the amendments would be withdrawn. Mr. Kahris refused to withdraw hit amend meat on the ground that poles are an obstruction. Mr. Steams thought that as tbat part of the city was not greatly improved, Mr.Records should be allowed to pat ap poles. Mr. Reoord said that he did not intend to use poles if he did nee electricity. He wished to have ■ tbe bnrse-power clause left in, so tbat be snickt at first use that power if tbe road slid Jnet pay. A motion to reconsider A Fascinating- Complexion. There la exquisite beauty tn the face, neck, arms and hands of any lady wben free from cutaneous deeds; but In our trying climate Camelllne will alone perfect and preserve the complexion. Price of pink or white Can elllne fifty cents. A New Lumber Yard Has been established by tbe Schallert-Ga aahl Lumber Company on Washington itreet, nearly opposite the Washington Bar len, where tbey will keeps full I'ne of all kinds of lumber and building material. Ladies who are troubled with cramps an nervousness should drink Damiana Bitters Is pleasaut t > take. All respectable dealers keep Daman* Bit ters. Michel Levy A Co., wholesale liquor dealers, agents. was lost. Mr. Kuhrtt motion in regard to poles was oarried. It was moved and earned that no lets than two horses be used. The ordinance was (hen unanimously adopted as ""The matter of the franchise of Pickett snd Kelly for a street railroad on 1, ureWs street, Laguna street, Montana avenue, to reservoir street then came up and the ordinance was read together w.th the bond with W. L. Wills, Win. Wright and O. A. Fredrickson as sure ties for 810,000. The bond was approved and Mr. Steams moved that the ordi nance be adopteci. CarrUd. UNFINISHED BUSINESS. Under this head the action of the Fi nance Committee in recommending that the application of the City Treasuier for a clerk be denied came up. Mr. Gois said that there whs more work this year than the last. Mr. Lovell thought that the interest on the money would piy for the extra trouble. Mr. Frankenfield thought that matters were ditfereut this year than they were lust jear since the office is in a bank. Upon motion the recommendatiora of the Finance Com mittee were adopted. The bond of the Mineral Rock Asphalt Company, with W. S. Maxwell and J. S. Kuss as sureties, for laying au asphalt sidewalk around the Plaza Peril was re ferred to the Plaza Committee. Specifications for the laying of a pipe to reservoir No. 5 was reed. Rtferred to the Zanja Committee. A contraot between the city and John McQuiikiu, to construct v brick conduit in the Ztnja Madre was also read, and it was ordered that the contractors file a bond for $2000. The draft of contract with the San Francisco Bridge Company to construct a bridge across the Los Angeles river at Daly street, wae laid over until after the report of the inveetigating committee. The property owners near Kuhrts street bridge protested sgainst the fur ther delay in the building of the bridge, or they would withdraw their subscrip tions. Mr. Kuhrts said tbat this settled tbe mat er and that was what Mr. Steams GEO.W. MEADE & CO 27/6, 278 A tBO Upper ITlaln St., ■ ,<>« Angeles, Ual. WHOLESALE Commission Merchants AND DEALERS IN CALIFORNIA RAISINS, DRIED FRUITS, NUTS, HONEY, ORANGES, ... AND ... Produce Generally. HAVING TAKEN THE SPLENDID BTORE lately occupied by Porter Bros., we shall soon be In lull running order, and In vite corr. spoudence or conslvuments, which will hava our prompt and careful at tention. "We Have Come to Stay." P. O. Box 1617. Telephone 609. GEO. W. MEADE ft CO. M. LACY, Manager. San Francisco House. "Meade Building,' 16 and IS Drumra St. m 27 .'tmos aund only LAND FOR SALE! in/1 A ACRES OF LAND IN THE 4UUU Santa Maria valley. All farming land, fenced ready for cultivation. Artesian Well With good flow ot water, 175 feet deep. Only three miles from the depot. Price 830 per acre. One-third cash, balance in four yearly payments, at 7 per cent. Interest per an num. Apply to the BANTA MARIA LAND BU REAU, Santa Maria, Santa Barbara county Cal. See" map at office of J. B. HALLOW 4.V, 13 Temr.lc bock, l.os Angeles mrl9lm BEST AU BANTS* ILLICHS Restaurant and Oyster Parlors 41 AND 43 N. MAIN STREET. Grsat Seduction in Oysters. Large Eastern, pet 100 14 50 Small Eastern, per 100 8 60 Small Eastern, raw or stewed, per plate 25 Large Eastern, any style, per plate N>n Baltimore selected, per can 86 AHF-PRIVATE BOOMS up stairs for La dles and Families, where meals will be served in the best style n24 JERKY ILLICH. Proprietor. The Occidental Restaurant, J. A. HARDER A CO., Proprietors, 304K N. Main St.. opp. Postofflce. mHE OCCIDENTAL IS THE BEST AP- X pointed restaurant In the oity, where all the delicaelea of the season are served a la carte. fan— Special inducements offered to parties taking meals by tbe week or month. Private Parties, Banquets, Weddings and CoUatlons supplied on short notice. m 29-lm The Commercial Restaurant, V. DOL, Pbopbixtor, In Downey Block, Main Street. Receives alive and serves up every day the choicest FISH. Including SOLE. TUR BOT and SEA TROUT. Spring Chickens just in from the ranches cooked lv every style. £sjr-This Restaurant is Los Angeles' Del monlco. myl-tf ROYAL & GROSVENOR, BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE. 115 W. First Street, Los Angeles. 11100—Lot 60x100 Longstreet tract, Madison avenue. 2250—L t 50x165 Flower «t., near Eleventh. 900—lots Estrella avenue, Park Villa tract. 860—Lot in Urmston tract; a bargain. 1100— Lot cor. Deepwater and Pearl streets. 950—Lot 58x218 cor. Virgin aud Montreal. 1050—Lot Arlington st., Bonnie Brae tract. 100 to $550—Lots In Sherman tract. 2260—Tw0 lots 60x190 on Figueroa st reet. 1000 each—Three lots on Kouland St., near Figueroa. 960—Lot on Jenkins strpet, nr. Grand aye. 1000— Lot 50x150 on York St., near Figueroa. 650 to|6oo—Lots on Bryant st nr. Figueroa 400— U it 50x125 Nies tract, Orchard aye. 200x200 feet cor. Montgomery and Figueroa BiO—Two lots Second-street cable, nr park 1250—Lot on Texas st, nr. Second-st. cable. 750—Lot on York street, near Grand aye. 700—Lot on Jefferson st., ne-r Figueroa. 600 each—Two lots ou Seymour street. 4000—House of 5 room on Hixth street. For Reut—Office, good location, cheap. mrlS-lm wanted. Mr. Sterns said he did not want any such thing. He wanted to see tbat the oity was not obeated. All he asked for was just to let the matter lay over. Tbe San Francisco Bridge Company coul.i have the contract if every thing was all right, but he did not want to be bulldozed, as he had beeu. Iron and lumber bad not gone up, as had beeu represented. All he wanted was fair play. The usual monthly bills were read and referred to tbe Finance Committee. COMMITTEE REPORTS. The Land Committee recommended in re Amanda W. Scott that a quit claim deed is-u.) to her for property on tbe old mission read. Adopted. The Fiuauce Committee reported thai it had examined the report of the Mayor ou the sales of water for March, the re port of the Board of Education for Febrmvy. etc., and recommended tbat tbey be tiled. Adopted. That $10 58 be paid to N. P. Camp bell tor money paid by him at Tax Col lector's sale. Adopted. That the petition of C. W. Elswortb for a rebate of taxes be denied. De- nied. That $1000 be transferred from the ealary fund to the new water fund. Adpoted. That several warrants be destroyed, never having been called for. So or dered. The committee on engine bouse lots recommended the purchase of a lot on the corner of Aurora street and Downey avenue for $3500. After considerable discussion as to whether it was advisable to buy the property, the recommenda tion was adopted by a vote of 11 to 1. The Zanja Committee recommended tbat the petition of A. W. Potte to con nect with zanj t 9 be adopted. That M. L. Wicks be granted permis sion to lay pipe on Stevenson avenue. Adopted. That farther time be granted for other petitions. Granted. Mr. Jouee thought that there was a good deal of work which ought to be done immediately. Some of the sewer men oould be put on za ja work to ad vantage. He asked that the matter be considered. Mr. Steams suggested wooden work for zaujas. It was moved tbat the contractors for the Aliso street bridge be notified to complete the work in ten days or throw up tbe contract. Carried. Mr. Breed moved that the committee on tbe Kuhrts street bridge be empow ered to expend money in the impending inveetigation. Carried. PETITIONS. From Thoe. Kettey et al., asking that a grade be established on Reservoir street, from Laguna to 1300 feet west of Alameda street. Referred to Board of Public Works. From J C. Kaye et al. aeklng tbat J. iN. Harthorn be allowed his salary for the month of March, during which he was ill with the smallpox, contracted while in the discharge of his duty. Re ferred to Finance Committee. From E. H Boyd asking to be al lowed to redeem tax certificate No. 166. Referred to Finance Committee. Fiom W. A. Toler asking permission to withhold the connection with the sewer until he knows where to locate for it. Referred to the Board of Publio Works. horn the Southern Pacific Railroad Company asking that a committee be op poiuted to inspect the electric bell signals on San Fernando street. From Anton Musser stating that there is urgent necessity for a flume across Main street at the junction of Main and New Main. Referred to Zanja Com mittee. Notice of Guardian's Sale OF REAL ESTATE—NOTICE IS HEREBY given that, in pursuance of an order of the Hup rior Court of the county of Buite, State of California, made on the 21st day of February, ISB7, In the matter of the estate and guardianship of William H. Waste, a minor, the undersigned, the guardian of tbe person and estate of said minor, will sell at private sale for cash, sold coin, and subject to confirmation by said Superior Court, all the light, title, in terest and estate of the said minor In and to those certain lota or parcels of land situ ate, lying and being In the city of Los Auge les, county of Los Angeles, State of Cali fornia, and bounded and described as fol lows, to-wlt: Lots one (1),two(2) snd three (3) of the Pler.te tract as delineated and shown on a map of said Pierce tract, recorded in the otfee of the Connty Recorder of said Los Angeles county at page NO of book 3 of Mis cellaneous Records, to which said map and to the record thereof reference is hereby made for further and more particular dls criptlon, sai l three lots being part of lot two (2 1 i f block seventeen (17) of Han cock's survey of said city of Los Angeles. Said three lots first afo'esnld form a trsct bounded and described as follows, to wit: Bounded on the northerly side by Wash ington street, or the westerly side by Maple 1 street, on the southerly side by lot four (4) of said Pierce tract, and on the easterly side by lot one (1) of block s venteen (17) of Hancook's survey of said city of Los Ange les The interest of said minor In said prop erty is an estate in remainder, to-wlt: Tbe absolute estate and ownership thereof in fee BUbject only to an estate therein for tbe life of Mary A. Helpbent tine, owned by the said Mary A. Helphenstlne, thosaicl interest of said minor having bean acquired by will from the late John P.X Helpbenstine, de ceased, which said will was duly admitted to probate lv Superior Court of Bald county of Lob Angeles by order of said court, dated February 3,1886, In cause 8752 of Su perior Court of said oouutr of Los Angeles. Tbe sale will be made on or after tbe Bth day of April, 1887. Bids will be received at Rooms Nob. 2 and 8 Allen block, corner of Spring and Temple streets, in the city of Lo« Anveles. In the county of Los Angeles, State of California. M Terms and CondlUbns of Sale—Ten per :eat. on acceptance of bid, balance on con lmationof sale by Superior Court March 16,1807. _ J. B. ROBINSON, guardian of the person and estate of Wil liam BL Waste, a aatnotk sarlaVtd ■ From H. M. Johnson requesting the removal of the hydrant on the southwest oorner of Griffin and Downey avenues. Referred to the Board of Public Works. From Thomas F. Barnes requesting a rebate of taxes. Referred to the Finance Committee. From A. C. Stephens asking permis sion to connect on inch pipe with Zanja No. 9. Referred to the Zinja Commit- From C. C. Meyers protesting against tbe adoption of any ordinanoe making any part of the Los Angeles river below Seventh street a dumping ground for tbe n fuse of tbe oily, and against the furth er use of tbe present place. Referred to tbe Board of Health. From E. A. Forrester et ala,, asking that the franchise to Herman Silva lo construct a cable car line on Fort street to 7tb, be denied. Referred to Board of Publio works. From Geo. Kirckboff requesting per mission to repair his pipe line across Los Angeles street. Referred to Board of Public Works. A quit claim deed was received from Joseph Moffat et als. to lots 5 and 6 iv Block 41. From Edward R, firainard, protesting against grade on Figueroa street. Re ferred to Board of Public Works. From S. K. Mulkey, asking for a fran chise for a street railroad on Hill street from Pachecoto 6th, to Fort to Second, to Los Angeles. Referred to the Board of Publio Works. From J. F. Crank tt ala asking for a franchise for a street railway along Fort street from Alvarado to the Union depot on lit street. Referred to the Board of Public Works. From citizens asking permission to grade Burlington etreet between Bth and !»th. Referred to tbe Board of Publio Works. LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD. APRIL 5. 1887. MgNM Of TB4VEL. Pacific Coast Steamship Co. GOOD ALL, PERKINS A CO., General Agents NORTHERN ROUTE" Kmbrace lines for Portland, Or.; Victoria, B. C, and Puget Sound-Alaska, and all coast porta. SOTJTHEKN ROUTES. Time Table for April. 1887. cjmtbo sooth o >ma south. STEAMERS. .1 U a. A Sfi_ js l_ SintaKoss.. Mar. 80 April 1 Apr.l it Aprils Los Angelic.. April 1 ' S " 4•• 7 Que»nof Pac. ,f 8 " 6 " 7 " » Kurekm " 6 " 7 " 8 " 11 Santa Ro»a . " 1 " 11 " 11 " .8 Los Angel«. " 9 " 11 " II " lf> Queen of Pac " 11 " 18 " 16 " 17 hureka " Is ' 16 " 16 " 19 Santa Rosa.. " 16 " 15 " 19 " 2! Los Angel ea. " 17 '• 16 " 20 " V 8 Queen of Pao " ID " ?1 " » " 15 Eureka " 21 " 28 " 21 " '.7 Santa Rosa... " is " 25 " 27 " 19 Los Augolea.. " 26 " '.7 " H8 May 1 Queen ol Pac " 27 " 29 Slav 1 '• 8 Eureka " 2s May 1 " i " 6 Santa Rosa. .. May 1•• i " 6| " 7 Tbe steamers Santa Rosa and Queen of Pacific leave San Pedro for San Diego, on tbe dates of tbelr arrivals Iron. San Francisco, snd on their trips between San Pedro and San Francisco call at Santa Barbara and Port Marlord (San Luis Obispo) only. The Eureka and Los Angeles call at all way por. , Cars to oounec. ><th steamers leave 8. P. R. R. depot, Los Angel s, as follows: Wltl Santa Rosa and Queen of Pacific at 9:40 o'clock A. at With Los Angeles and Eureka, going north at 4:to o'olook r. n. aCaP*For passage or freight as above or for tickets to and from All Important Points tn Europe. APPLY TO R. HxcLELLA* Agent OFFICE—No. 8 Commercial St,. Los Angelci Sonthera Pacific CtßgaijT (PACIFIC BYBTEM.) WEDNESDAY FEBRYARY 9, 1887. Trains leave and are due to arrive at LOS ANGELES DAILY as follows: lsavb abbivb fob DESTINATION. FBOH 8 OOJa. h 0 Jlton A San Oorgonlo 7:03 p. 4:80 r. H Colton A San Gorgonlo 4:25 A. M 800 A. at Demiug and East.... 7:to r. x 8.03 A. a El Paso and East.... 7 (0 p. h 1:30 r. at San Fran A Sacramento 11:40 A. II 7:30 r. at San Fran A Sacramento 7:20 A. a 9:20 A. at Santa Ana and Anaheim B:4* r. ■ 4:40 p. m Santa Ana and Anaheim 7.45 a. n 9:80 A. at Santa Monies 11:60 A. at 12:20 r. m Santa Monies. 4 0) r.kt 4:80 r. a Santa Monica 7:to A. kt aso. „ (Lohf Beach and/ »:« A. if j Ban pedro j 4:26 r. a | Long Beach and | „ . „ 4:60 r. a j San Pedro.... (M*A. a 9:15 a. v Santa Paula 4,-o)r.kt Theater trains to and Tom Los Angeles from Santa Monica on Thursday evenings. T. H. GOODMAN, General Passenger and Ticket Agent I. B. HEWITT, Superintendent Los Angeles. A. N. TOWNS, General Manager. California Southern I E Co, All rail line between National Oity, San Diego and Los Angeles and points East snd Close connection at Bars tow with Atlantic and Pacific B. B. and at Los Angeles wltb Southern Pacific B. R. TIME TJIBXVB, Taking effect Sunday, November 14. ~ A. M. A.M. P. M. Bos Angeles. Lv. 7.00 9; 10 i.-OO San Gabriel 7.23 9.29 6.20 Pomona 8.28 10:30 6:10 Colton Ar. 9:15 11:20 *700 Colton Lv 11:25 7:50 Citrus 11:85 8 06 Perrls 12:17 9*o Murietta Ar 1:10 11:10 'Muriett* Lv 1:80 11-26 Oeeanslde 8:88 2-16 San Diego 6:22 6.-05 National Cly... .Ar 6:40 6:30 Colton Lv. 9:20 •Banßernardino... 9:45 ....... Victor ... 12:08 Barstow Ar. 1:20 Barstow Lv. P " 2?66 Victor 4:06 •San Bernardino.. 6:20 ' Colton Ar. 6:45 A. M. p. M National Clty..Lv 8:00 9 30 San. Diego 8:23 10 : 00 Oeeanslde 10:07 12-20 •Murrietta Ar 12:07 Murrietta Lv| 12:27 4:55 Ferris ... 1:19 6: 0 5 •Colton Ar 2:10 7-25 Colton Lv. 7:00 2:15 S : 00 Pomona 7:50 8:02 851 San Gabriel 8:40 8:521 9 : 40 Los Angeles. . . Ar. 9:00 4:16 l 10-01) 88-*VSN COLTSiTaHU BAN BKBHABDINO. 77 A. M. A. M. P. M.IP. M. Colton Lv 8.00 IL3O 2.20 7.10 San Bernardiuo ar 8.151 11.40 2.80 725 San Bernardino lv 7.20) 11.05 LU! 640 Colton Ar 7.:tS I 11.15 205! 660 BIVBBMDB BRANCH. Mixd Mixd Pass. A. M. P. M. A. M Colton Lv 9.20 7.15 11.20 Citrus 9.50 7.30 11 go Riverside Ar. 9.42 7.60 n.so Riverside Lv 8.40 6.25 ? Ltf CHrus If.'. 8.52 6.45 1.62 Chiton Ar 9.02 7.00 2.f5 •Meal stations. Trains are run on Pacific Standard time. Pullman Sleepers leave on 7 a. m. train via Barstow, for Kansas City, via A. AP and A. T. A 8. F. R. R., and on 5 p. a. train for San Diego. Special rates on round trip tickettto all local points. For rates of froight or fare, address Cali fornia Southern Agents at local stations, or _ , . _ H. B. WILKINS, Gen. Fr't. St Pass. Agent, Ban Diego, Cal. J. N. VICTOR, Superintendent, San Bernardino, Cal, WILLIAMSON DUNN, Je2S General Agent, Los Angeles, Cal. Los Angeles & San Gabriel Valley R. H. Time Table In effect Nov. 5, 1881. Trains are dne to arrive snd deprrt at Down- y avenue depot as follows: DKP~ABT. R TTa^bTveT *9:21A.M.1 J *7:54 A.M. tIO:S6 a m. I On week days 7 +8:54 a. m S:B6 P. v / only. \ *12.04 p. n. 3f I«* J f +1:89 p.m. 36 r. M.|; II 14:64 p. m. «i Theater trains: . ' 06 p. M. > Tuesday, Thurs- } *7->i r w S day A Saturday. I ' • To and from Lamaoda Park. ' + To and from Azusa 1 To and from West Duarte (Monrovia). - , H. B. WILKINS, I NOTICE. c _The LOS ANGELES CITY WATER Co. \ will striotly enforce the following rale: The soars for sprinkling are between c and | ■ e'olook a a. and 6 and t o'olook r. a. #or a FloUUou of the abovs ~ub»Uon theater . will t>< shut off and agS| Of two dollars will ! bechanted before vAVvIU be rnmMloa \ acsln. " nrl-tf ' mESICAL. mrr.picAi. Santa Abie, Pleasing to tho Palate and ileum to a Cough. Cauco, Cal. —I have had the Catarrh for Aye years and oould hardly talk plain; I could not breathe through my nostrils. Your California Cat-R-Gure has cleared ont mv head and I can talk plainer now than I bave for the past five years. Your medicine la all It Ik represented, an absolute cure foi CAtarrh and cold In the head. Yours truly, Ch.blrso. OvsßsntNgß. WoonL4.no, Cal.—Your medicines are sell ing bettor thau any other shcif goods, and give satisfac lon to all purcltpsors. The Cat-R Cure ia praised very highly by all who have tried it, ard many cases have been grostly benefited by iti use when all other remedies tried have proved of no benefit. Yours truly, P .nd <x Lawson. FoLSOM.CaI —I used Btitte-Tlne in chronic rheumatism with great benefit. H"ase .end a supply to J. W. Haines, G noa, Ncv., and oblige yours truly, F. C. Dubant, MD. Of SANTA ABIB Is ouly sold In large bottles at tl; three lor «2 50. Sold by all wholesale aud ret ill druergists. ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, •n 'Washington SCrrot Just outside of City Limits, L<n Angeles. sixth ~~~ Avenue ————— J pD GD C 3 C3-DD nn rj~\ Q 100 °° m Fourth" Aye I v* Wi 19 y 20 1 11 jj yB3 v M-oi 46 L I We offer, as a free gift, 24 $300 lots to any one who will build a *20,000 hotel; also one 1300 lot to any purchaser of a lot who will build a $1250 house on Arlington Heights. The elevated plateau of ARLINGTON HEIGH rs terminates In a ridge or descent of sixty feet just south of Adams street, and In a similar ridge north of Pico street; on these ridges are located the most magnificent building sites iv Los Angeles. No houses can ever be built high enough in front ol them to obstruct that glorious view ofjmountaln, valley and ocean: from Catalina Island to San Jacinto peak, aud down again over the broad acres, orchards and vineyards of fair Lo* Anaeles valley to the blue waves of the Pacific Ocean beypnd th« coast of Santa Monica. Whosoever wishes for a beautiful home sheltered from the noise and bustle of a busy city, hut withlu a twenty minutes'drive of the plaza, should select in ALINGTON HEIGHTS, a lot or 5U acres whereon to build bis house. * Our msp shows a magnificent subdivision of it into 5U aero blocks, 600x360 feet, Including streets, each contalning24 lots 50x150 or 200 feet, and each surrounded on all sides by streets 60,800r 100 feet wide. Investors who are able to appreciate the Impor tance of a well planned subdivision, will forotell a great future to this tract, with Its miles of wide streets, intersecting each other at right angles. Th- elegant lawns and stately mansions of the rich will be found here wtthln a short time, and purchasers who take advantage of onr low nrlces and easy terms will reap a golden harvest of their investment in ARLINGTON HKIGHTS. Two hundred lots for sale; price, »100 upwards; size, 50x150. Also, 5-acre lots at 8500 per aore, upward. Free ride daily at 10 a. h. and 2P. m. from WIEsifCNOAN'.KH A MMU 1-1., Office, 25 W. First Bt., Or J. P MCCARTHY, 23 W First street, Or ROBERT TURNER. Ht W First str*>er. m?4-lm PATERSON TRACT! IN LOTS. («l J» j WITH WATER. no auction. I m*m Jn O LOTTERY. ON ADAMS STREET, JUST OUTSIDE CITY I.I,HITS. NO OITY TAXES. Handsome graded streets, with curbs and cement sidewalks. AU ready and desirable for building homes. Cheap and on easy terms. Free Carriages at 10 A. M. and 2 P. M„ every day, from 25 W. First St. m24lm WIESENDANGKR & HONSAEX. INBECTICIDE. We beg to call jour attention to an article we are manufacturing for tie purpose of eradicating and destroying the Scale Bog, Harvest Flies, Tree Hoppers, Plant Lice, Etc. It has been fully tested by the Agricultural Department, of the State University, and pronounced a success, tbe endorsement of which we anpend. It Is put up in convenient forms for use. The chemicals employed in same will not hurt tbe most ten 'er bush, as has been fully demonstrated. It Is put up In liquid form ready for use In barrels and "•-gallon cans, and in paste form in 2 and 6-lb oans and barrels, which must be diluted before using; therefore, we recommend the liquid form as belug the best for use. ICopy of letter received from the University of California, College of Agriculture, Berk eley, dated Dec. 4th, 1886.1 J. N. Know'es, Esq., Manager Aictlo OU Works, San Francisco: Dear Sir—We have la ely tested the Inseo.io'de preparation of Whale Oil Soap sent by you to u>, and have found lt to be very effectual against the Scale infesting Orange and Bay Trees; also aga nst the Thrlus. From our previous experience with a similar composition I think lt will be found fully effectual against any small Insect Pests not specially protected like some of tho armorei Sotles, and against which any Wash, short of strong lye cannot be used. Respectfully, E. W HILGARD. Professor -"tafi University. We ask you to »ive this preparation a thorough test, feeling confident that It will do all weolaim for It. It will cost but a small am MM to say-; yonr fruit treis aud flower plants from the deadly insect. Give it a trial and be convinced. Yours truly, _ _ .„ ARCTIC OIL WORKS, 28 California Street. Hellman, Hass A Co.. Agents. Lns tucHrn. tßsy-CALL FOR SAMPLE m 24 8m San Gabriel City Lots, AT THE SAN GABRIEL DEPOT, ON THE SOUTHERN Pti'lt'R: It 111, ISO A It. ONLY 41 LOTS FOR SALE! Business Center—Railroad Station, Postoffice, Telegraph and Express ofßce already in operation. Most promising property for in vestment. Inquire of H. W. MILLS, 18 Court Street, -A.lso at the San! Gabriel Postoffice. ap2-7t ~_ Nervous •>. I.llli, , Seminal Weak nesa, Exhautltd Vitality. Lost manhood, and all the terrible effects ol self-abuse and excesses In maturer years, such as nocturnsl emissions, 1 ssof mem-, ory, dimness of vision, aversion to society, tbe vital fluid passing unobserved in the urine, and other symptoms that lead to in sanity and death. Young and Middle aired men suffering from the above, should consult us at onoe. Dure Guar anteed In nil Gases. Consulta tion tree. Chemical analysis, Including thorough microscopic examination of tbe nrine, 15. An bouestopinion given in all eases. We furnish The Ureal English ll< inert y> Sir Astlcy Cooper** Vi tal Iteatoraf Ive at 98 a bottle or four times the quantity, 110. NA.'ll'l.i; BOTTLE HIEE to any oue stating symptoms, sex and age. Address ENGLISH HI nil 11, Ills. ■*EN«AstY, No. 11 Kearny Street, San Francisco, Cal. d 4 MILLINERY. Efery lady can be made pretty by going down to No. is south Main and letting Mrs. Doseh St her tsoe, besides sawing money, mrttytf. DENTISTS. 1882—ESTABLISHED —1882, L. W. WELLS, DENTAL ROOMS NO. 28 SOUTH SPRING street, Roeder Block. Teeth extracted without pain. Special attention paid to filling teeth. dll-tf Drs. C. & Frank Stevens, X>_3 JM T.ISIC" sB Thebes set of teeth tt, on.OeUulold oi , Rubber. Painless extraotlon of Teeth bi ' NUrous Oxide Gas or Vitalised Air. Fine - Gold Fillings a specialty. All operations at Eastern prices and guaranteed, tsoonks IS stud 19 Schumacher Block, op posite PO. Open Sundays! Rom »to 12.; mvOtf REV. E. J. WHITNEY,ef Olsrkaon, N. V., < says Gilmore's Aromatic Wine for Female i weakness, stands without s rival. 0. Pr Heinssman, agent, Los Anselfe. MEDICAL.. CALIFORNIA CAT-R-CURE. The Only Guaranteed Cure far Catarrh, Colds In the Head, Hay Fever, Rose Cold, Catarrhal Deaf ness and Sore Eyes. Restores the sense of taste and smell, removes bad taste and un pleasant breath, result from Catarrh. Easy an* pleasant to u«e. Fo'low direction* and a cure Is warranted. Send for circular to ABIETINE MEDICAL CO , Oroville, Cal. Six Months' Treatment tl; by Mall fl.lo. SANTA ABIE an? CAT-R-CURE I *W" Sold by C. H. HANCE, 77 and /» Norm Spring street. tTsT-M. A. NEWMAItK A CO., Wholesale Oepot. mv 29 It $75 Per Acre! 220 A. C RES OF CHOICE FRUIT OR GRAIN LAND LOCATED l'.j niLEs HtO.II ANAHEIM, IN The Center of the Great Auahelaa Fruit Helt. CfJjr»(io<~d hoiue. barn and outbuildings. ThTs is a bargain to settle up an estate. Apply to LOS ANGELES LAND BUREAU, 20 West First street mr 26 lit FOR SALE. ftfjO—Choice lot in Bonnie Brae tract; big bargain; ou Alvardost 525 each—Two luts on Ocean aye., 53x175; very cheap. 2100—Lot 60x155 Hope St., north of Twelfth. 2000— Beautiful lot on Bny<i St., between Wall and Ban Pedro Sts. 3750— Fine lot on Olive, between Third and Fourth. 12oO—Choice lot >v Texas St., near terminus of Second-s'reet Cable. 950 to 1500—Choice lots on Temple street, near engine hove. 735—One of the choicest corner lots on Beaudry avenue, Victo Heights. 3375—L0t on Los Angeles St. bet. Third and Fourth. 850— Fifth lot from Grand avenue on King street. 150 to 300 each—Town lots in Duarte, Bur rounding depot. Al-o some choice acre pr perty in a zusa and Duarte, from too au acre upward. 1500—3 choice lots on Severance st., near Adams. HOUSES. 5600—Two-story hou-c of 8 rooms, on Fort street, this side ot Ninth, 3500—Elegant new house of 6 rooms on Montgomery St. near Figueroa, easy terms. COCO—Flue house and lot on Hill St., bet. Tenth and Eleventh 1800— House oi 5 to< ma on Carr, near Main, 1500— Hense of 5 rooms, windmill, etc., on Brooklyn ay nue near Allso avenue. 6000—Beautiful place on Loom Is St., over looking city; house 6 rooms, oath, stable; lot 50x198. 16C0— House of 5 rooms, new, on Diamond St., near termlLUs Cable road. 8000—U acre, nicely improved, good house a rooms, Washington, nr. Figueroa BRAD3HAW A ZE LNER, Room 23 (up stairs).* 33 8. Spring Street, ml.a-im FOR SALE!" A Fresno County Raisin Vine yard—Alfalfa and General Farm—BoO Acres. UNDER A FINE STATE OF CULTTVA tion and irrigation Feces buildings, ditches, levees and checks built in the most substantial manner. Soil unexcelled, as growth of products show. Located near one of the mo t thriving towns on the 8. P. Co's railroad; 228 acres in VINES from 1 to 6 yea's old: all have beeu planted and culti vated by the most experienced yin -growers, and will soon be a prominent Kalsln Vine yard of Fresno county: about2ooacres in alfalfa. The rtst of the land Is now in grain crops. The farm is well stocked with horses, mules, cattle and hogs. This la a good, substantial interest-paying Invest ment with a great future. Will be sold at a very reasonable price, with easy terms of payment if required For full information and map, apply to ALBERT E. cKANE, 4 lO Montgomery street, San Francisco, agent for sale of all kinds of country property. mr26-lm H. J. WOOLLACOTT, 26 A 28 N. Spring St., Los Angeles, Cal, Wholesale Liquor Dealer. Persons engaged in the liquor, drug or hotal business will And it to their Interest by first o italnl .g prices of tbe above firm before placing orders eUewhere. I nave Ja«t received the mllowlng invoice of goods, and will quote at the lowest mar ket prices: to cases Pommery Sec Champagne, pints and quarts. £5 cases G. H Mumm ACo.'s Champagne, pints and quarts. 13 casts Gold Lock Sec Champagne, pints and quarts. lO cases Louis Rcederer Champagne, pints and quarts. 5 eases Due De Montebello Champagne, pints ai d quarts. SO cases Guinness' Dublin Stout, bottled by Johnson, plots. 15 cases Guinness' Dublin Stout, bottled by Johnson, quarts. 85 casks Tennent's Ale, stove and glass, pints So eases Apolllnarls Water, pints and qts. lO cases Munyadi Janus. 5 cases Rakoesy. Sti ca-es Genoveva Water, 15 cases Bet head a S& ca-es Hostetter's Bitters. lO cases Hennessy Cognas. * 8 cases Martell Cognac * * * 85 cases Mott's Russett elder, quarts. 16 cases J. H. Cutter O X Whisky. lO cases J. H. Cutter A No. 1 Whisky. IO oases Arpad Hararzthy Eclipse, quarts. 6 cases Arpad Hararxthy Eclipse, quarts. IO cases Duffy's Malt Whisky. 11l c<Bea Celery, Beef and Iron. IO Tennent's Bulk Ale. 6 cases Damiana Bitters 5 barrels W. 11. Moßrayer Whisky. 5 barrels J. G MatMogiy Whisky. V rases Belle of Nelson. I have now on the way, one car Val Blats's famous Milwaukee Beer, and oue car Wis consin Mineral Water aud Ginger Ale. IO cases Benedictine. Special quotations to parties placing orders to arrive. The retail department is supplied with the finest quality of imported aud domestic WIDSS and Liquors for family and medical use. Visitors »rj cnrdla'ly Invited to call and inspect thJjratock ot pure California Wlaes snd Bra Sales. which are put up in casks and cases ready for shipment to all parts of the East. AU communications addressed to H. J. WOOLLACOTT, P. O. Box 226. Los Angeles, Cal. m!3-im D. F. DONEGAN, Uradlna; Contractor and Dealer lv Horses, Will make estimates' on all kinds of work. Large contracts a specialty. Btables and of 9ce oorner oi Bunker Hill avenue ana Kon ;real atreet. 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