DAILY REAL ESTATE RECORD.
Published by the Abetract and
Title Insurance Company.
Saturday, Xprll 9, 1887.
C 0 Olmsted to W M Woody- NV$ of lot 8
Burdtct's spdu Pomona; $4000.
M>s V Bndger de Soto to John D Csson—
Lot 7 Bnrd'ck's addu to Pomona and N 3.16
acres of W 10 aores of block 181, Pomona;
John I> Csson to W M Woody—Lot 7 Bur
dick's addn Pomona and N 3.10 of \V lOacres
of block 181 Pomona ; $80C(i
WN Monroe to A II tjarey— Agreement
to convey lot X block 4, Monrovia tract;
Geo R Humphrey to A T Armstro- g—
Lots I aud 2 block 10 Fruit's addu to Sauta
Ana ; $1000.
Evander B Willis to Mary X Taylor—Lots
1 and lti block A MoPhersi n tract; $1500.
Ms'tha Nortbcrojs lo Jehu 8 Wils.m and
William 0 Frssler— WJ< of lot 8, block 0,
Oge A Bonds BUDdH lio Santiago de bsuta
Ana; $4 **
E J Partridge nod Alfred Partridge to A II
Johnson and W N Monroe—lo acres iv Gro
gan trac, Pasadena; $5000.
E F rtpence to Vt 11.lam Stevens' v— Agrei
ment to convey lot M, block 18, addu No 2 to
Emanuele Siaguarn to Alfred 8 Hartwc 1
—Lots 0 aud 7, bl ek SO, Pomona; |t»000,
F L White to .lames f 1 aylor— Agreement
to convey EH of i.y 2 oi Sec 10, Tp 2, S R 8 W;
Presley U Baker tol W Mayers—Lots 1 snd
2, block o, Monrovia; %u,nw
Mary B Templeton *ud Thomas A Tem
pleton to Henry Imuckhorst—Lot 13 Central
subdu of Carr tract; i.i 00.
Cyrus M Simp ou nud J F Wing to Thomn
Meredith aud I (i Zetgler— 2b acres in U
San Pascual; $12,600.
H M Vance to P M i-'cott aud Elizabeth M
Scolt—Lot 32, L A Fruit L.nd Assn 500-acre
A H Miller to C J Kichsrds—Agreement
to convey SWU of Bsc 9, Tp 1 8, B 14 W; $32,
Louise M Milllken to A W Thome—Und %
of lots 5 and », hock 3, Mills subdn of Sabi
chl tract; •Mod
Estate of Louis A Riley, deed—Decree,
lot 4, M lis subdn of Cclys tract and per
sonal property lo J W Riley aud Sarah A
Mary L Butterworth to Ellhu C Wilson—
West part of N Vl% of Sec 12, Tp 2 B,R 14 VV;
Andrew M Smith to Mndisou W Burtl—NJ4
Of NW!4 of SVt %, Sec 3, Tp I,N Rl4 W;s2Ulu.
Marion Miller to James SEcles—ll* acres
iv Azusa township; $2300.
W N Mouroe t A M Carle—Agreement to
convey lots 23, 24,37 and 38, block M, Mon
roe's fiddn to Mo. rovia tract; 84000.
John P Jones aud Mrs Arcadia B de Boker
to A S Balowln—i.osO, D, F and H, blocs
143, lots A and B, block li>3, and lots Q, 8, T.
V, W aud X, block KM; Santa Monica; asm
C B Ford to same—Lot 7, block N, The
Ruth H Martin and James W Ross to J G
Barnes aud C 8 Banuett—Lot 10, Dr Cougar
tr c, Paaadeua; 811U0
Edson Turner to W. O Thompson and
Louie B Thompson—Lots 1 and , E Turner's
subdu of Deunis tract, Pasadena; $27110.
E N Cleveland to Jamts Gumboil—North
half of lot lMlvisiou B, James Smith trac ,
Pasadeua; .Jim; ....
D J Fisber to Mary A Bartlett—Lot 6 block
A, tract. Pasadeua; $3700.
Same to 11 G Bet nett—Lots B, C. D and X
block ti, and lots A. B, 0, D, E, F aud G blocE
11, Monrovia; $21.31; 40.
Frederick Ha::es and Barbara Hanes to J
,1! U.iinbridge aud Geo Wm gpawforth—
> Agref- oieut to convcv property described iv
book 103 pi ge 2 5 and book 124 pssre 185, and
properly described in deed from J P Hanes
to Frederick Hanes, dated October «, 1884,
aud filed for record il iron 24,1857; «800.>.
J 8 Mills lo Mrs Katie J Learned—Lot 36,
Mill's tract, Pisadena; $1770.
August Hauebetg to James 8 Toppan—
Agreement to convey 2",80 i ces iusi: i 4of
Sec 7 and 1 57 Hcres lv NE cor of E!, a ot 8E 1 /,
Sco 7, T2B, R 13 VV; $18,000
8 Kambaud, M Uharrielt and Jean Grt
maud lo Mary A Vau X cry—Part of lot 1
block C, Johnston tract; $5500
Louisa A Stauclifleld and L G Stanchfleld
to L L Bradbury—West -0 acres of
NEW aud v d half of west 2 acres ol E!,j ol
NW'/ 4 of Nf< !4 See 29, T2N, R KW; $2100.
Junes Alvarado de Pieolado and Jesus
Preciado to a C Tonuer—Agreement to con
vey trsct probabh in Ro Kan Jose; $5000.
E S Cirr aud Jeanne C Carr to Z Decker
and W T Holmes—Lot 13, Carr tract No 1,
J L Dougherty to H C Roberts and F Mc-
Cain—Agreement to convey 21 acres in
southwest cor of BM of Sec 1, Tp 1 S,
R 10 W; $7500.
H C Roberts and F McCain to H H Boyce
—Assignment of agreement to convey Bjf of
NWJ4 of Bco 1, Tp 1 B,' KlO W; 45915.
Number of transfers in above list. S4
Total amount of consideration, 9204,110.
Number of transfers under $1000 each, 25.
Total amount ol consideration, $10,777.
Transfers for nominal consideration, 34.
Aggregate of day's transfers. $214,921.
TNote.—Transfers of which the considera
tion is less than $1000 are not published in
the above list.]
Mothers know tbe benefit of Red Star
Cough Cure. It contains no opiates.
HOTEL ARRIVALS YESTERDAY.
The Belmont House —Peter Soden and
wife, Kansas City; Mrs John Anderson, Miss
Emma Anderson. San Bernardino; W H
Poler, civ ; Mrs X V Newton, West End;
Mrs Ge > Stonemsu, L M Junkin, city; E V
Van Norman and wtfe. Springfield, 111; AJ
Newton, city; Mrs F E Kaufman, St Louts;
Mrs Bigelow, Oakland; Mrs P L Cherry,
Astoria, 0;J H Patrick, Chicago. Ill; Miss
Negus. New York oity; Mrs I B Ncwion,
Norwich, N Y.
Stevenson HorsE—Mrs A Rentlnger.Miss
Kentiuger, Miss Laurent, Otto Reutiuger,
San Bernardino; W E Wheeler, Spring Val
ley, Minn; B 3 Machado, C Jaratt. Gilroy;
ThosF Walsh wife and child. Stocston;
Robert V Austin and wife, Tucson, A T; 8 8
Daun and wife. < onervi, Wis; Geo M Bates,
Pomona; Eugeue J Hullivau; W Smith, E
Craper, Azusa: II Peterson, S.m Pedro; J W
Gee, Cleveland, 0.
St. Ciiirles Hotel —W G Klee, Berkeley;
I-fast, HBsrr, C L Thomas, J Clink, San
Diego; Garlel, Sutton, city; 0 Danger, Sau
Di gn; L Tufts, Florence; C Bowers, I 0
Webb.Citicinoati; Patron, Riverside; White,
Lis Angelas: Buow. Yuma; Ames,Pasadena;
Hewetson. Riverside; Stanton, Alhambra;
Mr aud Mrs Beermaker, National City ; A
Koebell, Wasuluglou, D C; Talamantes,
St Elmo Hotel —Mrs H Bryant.Mlss Ward
J Bryant, Rosou, M iss; D L McKenzle, E
Postou, T dishing, Chicago; Mrs L Chase,
C F Humes, W J Lyon", Bau liiego; W Cur
lett, G Dorn, N Wolf, W Plngree.H Casebott,
W R Berry, San Frsnciec; W Stevens, B
Olney. E W Paige, Rome NY; D A A Buck
New Haven, Conn; C H Hammond, Mon
trosa, C o); J B Bowlt, Rlvirsitle; VV L Ban
ning, San Francbco; C E French.Sauta Ana;
C X Draue, San Pedro; J P Helen, Pasa
dena; Miss E Mansfield, Elsinore; L J Rose
and wife, Han Gabriel; Mrs C Heoderson,
Wichita, Kan; L l.evitsky, Sitka
Grand Central Hotel—Hhkli M Nichol
son, Tennessee; T lis tn well, St Louis: Mason
TPmnll, Alvin,lll; John HDodson. 11 lit ois;
E E Watson, Perris; E Davis, San Pedro; U
Choice, S L KIDS, E S Moore, San Francis
co; O Wilson, Downey, E E Lindsty. San
Pedro; John R Day, X X Gripp, James
Lynch, G E Newton, Pomona: G A Shaw.
Cleveland: F J Parker, D L Harvey, Mrs M
D Pitt aud family, New Zealand; A J
Frlckett, J D Begell, Kansas City; J L Davis,
Chihuahua; <\ L Enslin, Wilmington; L L
Watson, San Fernando.
Pains vanish like mists boforo the sun
light when St Jacobs Oil ls applied. Fifty
ABIETENE is produced in the northern
partof Btitto county, Cal., and combining
with it Vaseline and other Therapeutic
agents, we challenge the world to produce
anything to equal A BIETENE OINTMKNT
lor old sores. Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Corns,
Chilblains, Fever Sores, Chapped Hands,
Cancers, Burns, Ring Worms, Bleeding,
Blind, Itching aud Ulcerated Plies and all
eruptlous of the Skin. Price 26 cents. Sold
by C. F. Heinzeman.
Probably as much misery comes from
habitual constipation as from say derauge
inent of the functions of tho body, aud It ls
difficult to cure, for the reason that no one
likes to take the medicines usually pre
scribed. Hamburg Figs were prepared to
obviate this difficulty, a d they will be
found pleasant to Ihe taste of women and
children—2s cents; at all druggists. J. J.
Mack A Co., proprietors, San Francisco.
"A member of my family was taken
down with the Smallpox. I Immediately
commenced to use Darby's Prophylactic
Fluid. It kept the atmosphere of the room
pure and fresh. Tho patient was greatly
relieved, and never for a moment delirious;
was uot pitted, aud was about the house
again In three weeks, and no others had it."
—James W. Parkinson, Ed. "The Caterer,"
Abltlue Ointment i« put up in two ounoo
tlu boxes, and ia an absolute oure for old
sores ulcers, burns, wounds, salt rheum, fe
ver sores, chapped hands and all skin erup
tions Will positively cure all kinds of
piles. Ask for tho Original Abletine Oint
ment, In two ouce boxes. Price, 28 cents.
For sale by Preuss A Hance, Druggists, 77
and 79 N. Spring street.
LOS ANGELES PIPE MANUFACTORY.
100,000 Feet 2 in. Pipe, black or dipped.
FOR SALE BY
CT. ID. HOOKER &> CO.,
MAN U F ACT l/RERS OF
. WROUGHT IKON WATER AND WELL PlP^].
"WORKS, San Fernando and Railroad Sts., and Magdalena Aye., Los Angeles.
CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. mm-im TOWN SITES PIPED.
Free to All.
That uobby cane was given to me at the
Chicago Hat Store, No 86 N. Main street.
A cane is given free to each purchaser of
Eatest Styles ol Hats
Of all description at the Chicago Hat Store,
35 N, Main street, and a cane given to each
WE WARRANT Gilmore's Magnetic Elixir
relieve the Asthma in oue miuute. C r
Heinzeman, agent. Los Augeles.
floods at factory prices at Eagleson A
Co.'s, 50 North Spring street.
"HACKMETACK" a lasting and fragrant
perfume. Price 25 and 60 cents. C. F.
Heinzeman' agent, Los Angoies.
■ Every well dressed man should wea
Eagleson's perfect fitting ihirt-COllart, cud*
ARE YOU MADE miserable by Indiges
tion, Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of Appe
tite. Yellow BkluV Shi.oh's Vitalize, Is a
positive cure. C. F. Heinzeman, ngcut.Los
tf y tl want n good appetite drink Dnml
«na Blllers Michel Levy A Co., wholesale
liquor dealers, agents.
REV. II B. SWELL, of Pavilion, N. V ,
says of Gilmore's Aromatic Wine: "I be
lieve it to he tbe a most desirable remedy to
be placed in every family." C. F. HEINZE
MAN, Agent, Lo* Angeles.
All respeciaole dealers keep Dnm-ana Bit
ters. Michel Levy A Co., wholesale liquor
IMPOTENCY in Man or Woman cured by
Gilmore's Aromatic Wine. C.F. Heinzeman
agent, l.os Angeles,
SHHOH'S CATARRH REMEDY—a posi
tive cure for Catarrh, Dlptherla aud Canker
Mouth. C. F. Heinzeman, ageut, Los An
SIIILOH'B CUKE will immediately re
lieve Croup, Whooping Cough aud Bioncn
itis. C. F. Heinzeman, agent, Los Angeles
The Mexican remedy for diseaeesof the
kidneys and bladder ls Damiana Bitters.
Michel Levy A Co., wholesale rates.
LADIES, is life and health worth preserv
ing? If you think so, use Gilmore's Aro
matic Wine. C. F. Heinzeman, agent, Los
REV. E. J WHITNEY, of Clarkson. N. V.,
says Gilmore's Aromatic Wine for Female
weakness, stands without a rival. C. F.
Heinzeman, agent, Los Angeles.
TO TUB CITY OF
TO ATTEND THE
GRAND CREDIT AUCTION SALE
San Bernardino ia the Great Railroad Center of Southern California. It is here the Atchison, Topeka and
Santa Fe Railroad are building its shops, which when completed will give employment to 1500 men; $150,000
has already been voted for Sewers and Streets. The lots offered in this tract are large and fronting on broad
avenues. The location is unsurpassed, the view beautiful beyond description.
Auction to take place on WEDNESDAY, April 13, 1887, on the grounds. A special train will leave Los
Angeles from Union Depot at 9:10 a. m. on day of sale, arriving in San Bernardino at 11:30 a. m. Free convey
ances will be in readiness to take all from Depot to sale, where a GRAND LUNCH will be served frea, after
which sale will commence. A band of music will be in attendenue.
TERMS OF SALE—S2S.OO at fall of hammer; balance of in five days, H in six arid % in twelve
mo'ntbs; interest on deferred payments 10 per cent, per annum. Round trip tickets from Los Angeles good
for two days and return, including lunch $3.00. Tickets can be had at Union Depot or of the Auctioneers, 111
West First street. For further Information, Catalogues, Etc., call on or address
BRENNEMAN, MERRILL & CO., San Bernadino, or
MATLOCK, NEWTON & MATLOCK, Auctioneers,
alo3t 111 WEST FIRST STREET, EOS ANUEEES, CALIFORNIA.
D ANit TN ACT.
Ten Miles Irom l.os A ngeles—Finest Harden and Fruit Eand—<»ood Water Right—The Land speaks
lor Itself - Cio and see it. Price, from hiOO to 150 per acre. For particulars, Inquire of
POMEEOY & GATES, 19 Court Street, Los , Cal.
COME AND VISIT THIS LATEST CANDIDATE FOR PUBLIC FAVOR.
It is "FAIR MELROSE," immediately adjoining the city on the west, and will stand inspection by day
light as well as by moonlight. The land is of tbe finest quality, the water abundant and already piped through
tbe tract. Also an abundance of PURE SOFT WATER within 15 feet of the surface. The air, fresh from the
ocean, is.as the breath of the spring. Tbe lots are large, streets wide and straight.
Ctf-The Dummy Line of Railroad ls Heliirx Constructed Through the Tract
The property is good security for the price, so tbe terms will be easy. The first 50 lots sold will be sold for
one-fourth cash, balance in li, 12 and 18 months. Interest at 8 per cent, per annum.
£»W~\ map of the tract and a certificate of title given with every lot. Lots lio feet front from $200 to $325
each. Free conveyance every day at any time. Now don't delay, but come at once, for first come first served.
Call on or address
M. L. WICKS. Cor. Court and. Main Streets.
8. K. EINOEEV, Room tt, No. To IV. Spring St., or J. P. MCCARTHY, 23 West lirst Street. i
The fatal rapidity with which slight
Colds and Coughs frequently develop
into the gravest maladies of the throat
mid lungs, is a consideration which should
impel every prudent person to keen at
hand, as a household remedy, a bottle of
AVER'S CHERRY PECTORAL.
Nothing else gives such immediate relief
ant] works so sure a cure in all affections
of this class. That eminent physician.
Prof. F. Sweetzer, of the Maine Medical
School, Brunswick, Me., says:—
"Medical science has produced no other ano.
dyne expectorant so (rood as Ayer's Cuerry
Pectoral. Ills invaluable for diseases of the
throat and lungs."
The same opinion is expressed by the
well-Known Dr.L.J.Addison, of Chicago,
UK, who says i—
"I have never found, In thirty-five years of
continuous study and practice of medicine, any*
preparation of so (treat value as Ater's Cherry
Pectoral, for treatment of diseases of lite
throat and lungs. It not only breaks up colds
nnd cures severe coughs, but is more effective
titan anything else. In relieving even the most
serious bronchial and pulmonary affections."
Il not a new claimant for popular confi
dence, hut v medicine which is to-day
saving the lives of the third generation
who nave come into hcing since it was
first offered to the public.
There is not a household in which this
invaluable remedy has once been in
troduced where its use has ever been
abundoncd, nnd there is not a person
who lias ever given it a proper triul
for any throat or lung disease suscep
tible of cure, who has not been made
well by It.
AVER'S CHERRY PECTORAL has,
in numberless Instances, cured obstinuto
cases of chronic Bronchitis, Laryngitis,
und even acute Pneumonia, and lias
saved many patients iv the earlier stages
oi' Pulmonary Consumption. It is n
medicine that only requires to be taken in
small doses, is pleasant to the taste, and is
needed in every house where there arc
children, as there is nothing so good as
AVER'S CHERRY PECTORAL for treat
ment of Croup and Whooping Cough.
These are all plain facts, which can be
verified by anybody, and should be re
membered by everybody.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists.
The Lick Tract
TWO OF TIIE CHOICEST
MUST Bli SOLD AT ONCE:.
CALL IMMEDIATELY ON
Bradshaw & Zellner,
33 SOUTH SPRING BTREET, ROOM 83.
FREE TESTS ! !
"Carbolic Smoke Ball"
[trade mark. I
The "SMOKE BALL," In connection with
the "DEBELLATOR" (a purely vegetable
treatment), cures CATARRH, ASTHMA,
NEURALGIA, BRONCHITIS, CATARRHAL
DEAFNESS and HEADACHE, SORE
THROAT, GRANULATED LIDS, 80RE
EYES, and all HEAD, THROAT and LUNG
CARBOLIC SMOKE BALL CO.,
Nos. 3 Ban 4, over 28 N. Spring
Street, L,oe Angeles.
Week D»ys from 9 a. m. to 8 r. m.
Sundays from 2 to 4 p. m.
mm- SEPARATE APARTMENTS FOB
LADIES, who are requested to call between
the hours of 10 A. m. and 5 p. M, to avoid tht
We beg to call your attenttou to au article ws are manufacturing for tie purpose
of eradioiting aud destroying the
Scale Bug, Harvest Flies, Tree Hoppers, Plant Lice, Etc.
It haa been fully tested by tha Agricultural Department of the State University, aud
pronounced a sueoes?, the endorsement of which wo append. It is put up in convenient
forms for use. The chemicals employed lv same will not hurt the most tender bush, as
has beeu fully demonstrated. It ls put up lv liquid form ready for use in barrels and
-gallon cans, and In paste form lv 2 and 6-lb cans and barrels, which must be diluted
before uslug: therefore, we recommend the liquid form as being tho best for use,
I Copy of letter received from the Uulversltyof California, College of Agriculture, Berk
eley, dated Dec. 4th, 1886.]
J. N. Kuow'es, Esq., Manager Aictlc Oil Works, Sau Francisco:
Dear Sir—We have lately tested the Insec.lr.hlo preparation of Whale Oil Soap sent
by you to us, and have fouud It to be very effectual against the Scale infesting Orange
and Bay Trees; also aga nst the Thrips. From our previous experience with a similar
composition I think tt will be fouud fully effectual against any small Insect Pests not
specially protected like some of the armored Sciles, aud agaiust which any Wash short
of strong lye cannot be used. Respectfully, E. W HILGAKD,
Professor -nate University.
We ask you to ?ive this preparations thorough test, feeling confident that It will do
all we claim for it. It will cost but a small amount to save your fruit trees and flower
nlauts from the deadly insect. Give it atrial and be convinced. Yours truly,
F ARCTIC OIL IVORK9, 28 California Street.
Hellman. naii&Co.. Agent*. !,<>% inuftrs.
CAT-CALL FOR SAMPLE CAN."Vs* m 24 3m
408 Front Street, San Francisco,
PROPRIETORS OF THE FOLLOWING POPULAR BRANDS OF WHISKIES :
3. F. Cutter Extra Old Bourbon and Rye In barrels and half barrel
miller's Extra Old Bourbon in barrels and half barrel!
J. A. ITllller, Chicken Cock In barrels and half barrels
Argonaut Old Bourbon aud Rye In barrels and half barrels
For Flavor, Purity and General Excellence these Whiskies arc Unsurpassed.
CALIFORNIA & MEXICAN LAND COMPANY,
Office, Room 4, IRascarel lllock, I3Z IT. lain St., I
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA. j
fgjt-Transact ft GENERAL REAL ESTATE BUSINESS In California and Mexico."*
Secure privileges, concessions, grants and franchises in Mexico. Survey, I
segregate and oolonlse lands. Correspondence solicited. mlo-lm
LOS ASTGELER DAILY HERALD. APRIL 10.1887.
United States (>overnnientßulld
DEPUTY COLLECTOR OF INTERNAL
Revenue, Los Angeles, California,
March 18, 1887.
Sealed proposals will be received at ibis
office until I*2 o'clock noon on tbe 18th day
of April, 1887, for tbe sale of property suit
able as a site for a public butldltig, author
ized to be erected in this city.
Tbe dimensions of tbe lot should approx
imate, if a corner lot, cot less than one hun
dred and fifty (150) by one hundred aud ten
feet (110); if not a corner lot, the dimensions
should be not less thin one hundred aud
ninety (190) by o c hundred and ten feet
(110), the one hundred and ninety feet (190)
to be street frontage. If alleys abut on either
side, tbe width of such alleys can be de
ducted from the above dimensions Build
ings on property selected to be retained and
removed by tbe owner. The Department
reserves the right to reject all proposala.
Proposals to be marked "Proposals for sale
of property for a site for a Public Building
to be erected at Los Angeles, California,''
and addressed to E. D Gibson, Deputy Col
lector of Internal Revenue, 108 North Main
street, room 4. ml9eodl4t
THE NEW MEANS OF CURE—DR. E.
Robbins' E ectro-Magnetic Institute, '
corner of First and Spring streets (entrance
on First street) is now fitted up, at consider
able expense, with everything that is neces
sary to cure chronic and so-called incurable i
diseases, by the finest electrical apparatuses
In the world. Turkish and Russlau Baths; I
also Eclectic, Sulphur aud Eucalyptus 1
Baths. Dr. Robbins has Jiad several years'
experience in the Australian Colonies, San
Francisco, Salt Lake City, Denver, and four •
years In Los Angeles, and hundreds of
lending citizens can testify to the wonder- '
ful effects of electricity in curing cases of ]
chronic diseases when all else had failed '
and therefore all persons suffering should
try this new remedy before abandoning all
hope. After every medical treatment the i
patients are given tbe Massage Treatment I
by persons of thetr own sex. ■
The Doctor dlsgnoses diseases without I
explanation from the pa tent, free of charge. <
His office hours are 9 till 12; 1 to 6, 7 to 9.
I.AI >l»ltl»->. j
111 XOELS fOK. STEAM .LAUNDRY — OF- '
!i flee No. 15 West t-ecoud street. Tele- '
phone 367. Our wagon, call for and de
liver washing lv all parts of the city. All
orders promptly atteuded to. Only white :
labor "mployod an6-tf
>•■> IjIMPLOYMENT OFFICII, R. KTgg !
a ; "P Fi Ticket Broker and Real Eb-ibH ,
'.ate Agent. Property sold on installments. '
E. NITfINOER, removed to 15U N. Spring.
Telephone 118. Residence Fifth and Hope
lOLET'S NEXT EXCUKBION EAST,
Thur aay, March 81st. Fully equipped
tourists' sleepers. The only complete ex
cursion outfit on tho road. O' H. VIOLET,
Manager, 253 North Main street. mlOtf
M. WALTER'S EXCURSIONS GOING
, East, leave Los Augeles March 1, 15 ,
and 29. Office, Pico Housej sep!2tf
POWELL'B NEXT" EXCUR-iION EAST !
April 13,1887. Office, Pico House corner. 1
WARNER BROS. A CROSBY, OF 382 j
North Main street, Los Angeles, Ex- j
curslons East and West at lowest rates, and (
Sleasant accommodation. Call on or ad- )
revs them for psitlculars and rates. tf ;
I»VK VtOHKS. :
(11TY 81'EAM DYING AttD CLEANING .
j Works have removed their office from <
140 South Spring street, to 12 Third street, i
beetwen Main aud Sprin.-. Dye works 1
No. 86 Soutl Los Angeles sir •< t. Dyeingand 1
Cleaning of every kind of ladles' and gent's :
clothing, crape, shawls, silk and lace, kid
gloves nnd shoes, flannel a and ribbons,
velvet, fur and feathers, made equal to
new. Silk aud party dresses a specialty. ,
I take this opportunity to thank my custom- .
ers and solicit their continued patronage.
m!2-tf A. LORRAIN.
IIEKMAN STEAM DYE WORKS—LADIES
IT and gents' Clothing cleaned and dyed. ;
Cleaning of flannel underclothing, etc.,
without shrinkage or smell, a specialty. ,
GEO. BOEKHOFF A CO., 123 South Main
street, opposite cathedral, Los Ange.'es.
PARISIAN STEAM DV ING AND CLEAN- '
ing Works. Dyeingand cieanlugof ev
ery description. Ladies'dresses dyed with- -
out ripping. Kid Gloves, Flannels, Ribbons
and Blankets made to look like new. Office: !
Hi South Spring street Dye Works: Cor
ner New High aiid Bellevue avenue.
o2tf J. VOLLET, Proprietor. j
LOS ANGELAS STEAM DYEING AND ,
Cleaning Company, Office—Corner of
Main aud Arcadia streets, opposite Wells,
Fargo A Co. Dyeing and cleauiug -of every .
description of ladies' and gents' clothing, s
Orders taken aud delivered. Send postal 1
card. Telephone No. 227. Branch corner i
Main and Second streets.
sepStf JAMES LARQTJIER, Manager. j
SB. LOCKWOOD, LAWYER, ROOM 9 :
. Bumiller Block, eutranco 39 N. Spriug
JOHN C MCDONALD, ATTORNEY AND
counsellor at law. Law BuLding, rooms .
31 aud 32; entrance Temple aud New High 1
streets, Los Angeles. Keferences—FlrstNa
ttonal Bank, Los Angeles; Senators A. H
Colquitt and Joseph H. Brown, of Georgia, tf i
D. P. HATOH. J. UROSSEAU.
BROSSEAU A HATCH, ATTORNEYS AND
Counsellors at Law. Nos. 81, 32 and 56
Baker Block, Los Angeles, Cal. tf,
MAX loe\v¥nthal7~aitorney' AND 1
Counselor at Law. German langue.ge i
spoken. Room 14 Bumiller Block, Los An- i
gales. Cal. auStf |
Henry N. Ga lOWay, A torney-at-Law.
Chas W. Chase. ;
/, ALLOW AY Si CHASE, EXAMINERS OF •
\T Titles aud Conveyanoers, Room 4, Allen
Block, Los Angeles, Cal. ans tf
Griffin Johnston. Sheldon Borden 1
B. A. Yorba.
JOHNSTON, BORDEN A YORBA. ATTOR
nevs-at-Law and Examiners of Titles (
Rooms 7 and 8, Jones Block, 75 North Spring :
street. Abstracts and certiflctes of title fur
nished with promptltudeand accuracy, tf y
"THE Sign of the Argsnsaw Congh
•*■ byrup is looking you aUsqruue in the . (
Do yon want a sure, safe and reliable
Cough Syrup ? Are you troubled with a L
Cough, Cold, Bronchitis or Lung Com- "
plaint ? Do your Babies keep you awake 0
all night with Hacking Conghs, Colds in
the Head, etc Do you want something
reliable in the honse to meet these
emergencies? We answe.* to all: "Ho r
to your Druggist and got a Bottla of the
Arkansaw Cough Syrup, and bo troubled
no more." Price. 50 oente per Bottle!
O H HANCE, wholesale and retail
Dru'gsrlst and Manufacturing Pharmacist,
Nos. 77 and 79 North Spring street. Tele
hone No. 66. P.O. Box 2166.
KIN r\\ li AM I s.
JRestaurant and Oyster Parlors'
41 AND 43 N. MAIN STREET. !
Great Reduction in Oysters.
Large Eastern, pel 100 (1 50
Small Eastern, per 100 3 50
Small Eastern, raw or stewed, per plate 25
Large Eastern, any style, per plate Ml
Baltimore selected, per cau 85
£o»»-PRIVATE ROOMS up stairs for La
dies and Families, where meals will bo
served iv the best style
Bjj JERRY fLLIOH. Proprietor.
The Occidental Restaurant,
J. A. HARDER & CO., Proprietors,
301 1 j IV. .11 tt in St.. opp. I'oatof f Ice.
THE OCCIDENTAL 19 THE BEST Ap
pointed restaurant in the city, where
all the delicacies of the season are served
ala cart 6, French Dinner from 12 to 2 and
5 to 7 r. sr., 50c.
CssT" Special inducement' offered to
parties taking meals by the week or month.
Private Parties, Weddings and
Co'lations supplied on short notice.
m 29-1 m
The Commercial Restaurant,
V. DOL, Profriitor,
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 ranohes oooked lv every
tSsT-Tbls Restaurant la Los Angeles' Del
D. F. DONEGAN,
(trading- Contractor and Dealer
Will make estimates on all kinds of work.
Large contracts a specially. Stables and of
fice corner ol Bunker Hill avenue and Mon
treal Btreet. Kesldenoe 87 East Second
street. m 22 6m
LITHOGRAPHIC : ESTABLISHMENT
— FOB —
PATRONIZE A NEW AND HOMH
Lithographic work cxecnttd in the latest
Bty.es aud at leasonable price*.
DEBIQNS FURNISHED OH Apn.ICiTIOIt,
Before ordering elsewhere send for eetV
mates and information by applying to toe
Los Angeles Lithographic Co.
OFFICE: l imes Mirror Co.—Telephone Mo.
29, Los Angeles.
Th. Bessinu, Formerly Manager of tht)
Merchants' Lithograph, Co.. K. 0.
Theo. A. Schmidt, Formerly Head DeL and
J-.ngr. for the Schmidt Label A Litho. Co.,
Sau Francisco. fls-tf
PH* Ml CI AM ft.
R. J. H. DAVISBON-OFFICE, 11%
South Spring street. Telephone MX.
DBS.. DARLING A MCKPUY-OCUUSTS
and aurlsts. Office 120 North Main
oireeu Office Hours— 9 A. si. to I p. a.; T
to 8 p. «. oxun-dAwtf
| ktc. b. F. KIS.RULFF, SPECIALIST IA
JJ treating diseases of the Eye, Ear and
Throat. Eyes scientifically tested for
glasses. Office, 132 North Main street, over
j.os Angeles Bavingß Bank Hours, from ft
a. h. to 6 f. h. Residence, 840 Tempi*
E. ORESHAM, M. D., NO. 75 NORTH
« Spring street, Los Augeles 114-6
DR. JOSEPH KURTZ—No. 266 MAI*
street, opposite the Bakcrßlock. tl
I |R. E. C. HANNI G, OFFICE AND RXsV
U ldence 37 South Fort street. Office hours
—9 toll A. st 2 to4r. M, Telephone 2«2.tf
IfILIZABETH A. FOLLANSBEK, M. D.—
U office and residence 240 South Fort
street. Office hours—B to lo a. v. and 4to
6 p. it. JlyW
OOSE TALLBOTT, M. D.—OFFICE 3e>
XL South Fort street (with Dr. Follansbee.}
Office hours, 10 to 12 a. m. Residence, 1»
Ninth street. olatf
JMILLU DUAL, M. D 89 NtJSTtt
. Spring street (over People's Store).
Hours—lo to 12,1 to 8,6 to 7:30. Residence,
847 Hill stroetajtwo doors from Fifth street.
Telephone No. 188. oc24tf
p K. CLACIUB, M. D.—PHYSICIAN AND
\j, surgeon. Office 76 North Spring
street, rooms 17 and 18. Honrs from 11 a. m.
to 2p. m. Specialty—Skin aud sexual dis
eases and chronic diseases in general. n7-tf
MrsT d\KTnTnnie well»—fir»t lady
licentiate of Kentucky. Specialty:
Diseases of women aud children; also, fa
connection with her practice, Electria
Thermal Baths. 841 SSpring street.. nlKf
JEAN TIFT-HII/I ON, M. D.—OFFICE AND
residence 342 South Main street. Offiet)
h. arslO'o liA a. and 2m 4 r M m9-tf
I 111. (.. &DGAR Clin 1 tl—l/.BHAOHO Ojf
If women a specialty. Rectal diseases
I treated by the l)r Inker hot! Painless Sys
tem. Hours—9 A. m. to 4 r. m. Office*—
Corner of Spring and Second streets. Hot
lenbeck Block. sepotf
l-llt M. HILTON WILLIAM 9-275 NORTH
D Malu street (opposite Wells, largo 4k
Go's Express Office. I Specialty—diseaies
of tbe head, throat and chest, together
with the eve, ear aud heart. Office hours,
from 9:30 a. m. to 4r. K. sep2f,lf _
DX. DE 6ZIGETHY — OFFICE, BCHTJ
macher Block, opposite Postoffice,
rooms '20 and 21. Office hours, 12 M. to Bp.
M. Residence rearl street, corner of Ninth.
Office hours at residence, to 9 a m. ; 7 to •
p. h. Telephone No. 109 at office and resi
DR. CHARLES W. BRYSON—"DISEASES
of Women a Specialty." Ofllce, No.
South Spring St, iv Solomou Block, Rooms
1 and 2 Office hou s: Ba.m.to 12 M., 2to 5
and 7to 8 p. h. Residence, corner 12th st.
and Maple avenue. mIMf
AF. BIGFORD, DIVIMC HEALER.
• Cutes hopeless Csßea of consumption
ami hemorrhages, restores tbe paralysed
and cures rheumatism and all msnner of
acute and chronic disesses. Tho science of
self-cure taught to patients free, so they
may always be well and have no more doe
t r bills to pay. Office—Room 9, No. 11
West First street. m9-lm
Ml 3n uooLEY, MKTaPU i BiCiAN, La> K
ershtm Block, Spring street, between
Third and Fourth; from 1 to 4 p m eep7tf
RS. EMMA S. HILL. 'IE AC HER OF
Metaphysical Science or Christian
healing, 14 DeLacy street, Pasadena. Honrs
I to 4 p. si. fe7tt
DR. A. E. Dl CAILHOL, ACCOUCHEUBL
and Surgeon. Office and residence 307
Temple street. When desired, lady patients
are boarded during treatment of disesses
peculiar to their sex, auB-tf
MRS. U. E. BOURCEY HAS REMOVED
to ber residence, 145 Bellevue avenue,
and will make a specialty of midwifery.
Ladies wishing to be cared for can be ac
commodated at her house. She can always
be found at home. tf
a. bhukb, ti.ii. UunuiurAiiubi.
. Office 182 North Main street, Mss
carel Block; residence cor Adams and
San Pedro streets, Los Angeles. Office hours
II to 12 a. St., Ito4 f. at. Telephone No.
Residence, 82; office.B2. itytttf
CJ 8. SALISBURY, M. D , HOMOEPATH
kj. Ist. Otflce lv Los Angeles National
Bulk Build ug, corner First and Spring
streets. Hours, 10 to 12*. si.. 3 to 5 and 7
to 8 p M. Residence, 538 S. Pearl street.
Telephone Nos.: Residence, 577; Office, 597.
HR. FETTERHOFF, M, D., HOMOS
. path, No. 28 South Spr'ng street.
Office h-iurs, 10 to 12 a. m snd 3to 6 p t
Having had latge experience, treats at
manner of diseases successfully. in! 6 lm
JULIA r. BUTTON, M. 1). — OFFICE
hours: 10 to 12, 2 to 4. 7to 8. Office, 41
South Spring street. dl6-tf.
ISAAC FELLOWS, M. D. —Hi.'MUC . aTU.
Ist. Office Hours-11 to 12 A. sl, 210 t
p. m. Office—Nos. 8 and 6 Odd Fellows
oulhiliig. Los Angeles, Cal. Residence.
408 South Main street. Ily9tf
111 A. CLARKE, M. D.—OFMOK AND
!i. residence, No. S I South Spriug street,
Los Augeles. Office Hours—ll to 12 a. ■~
8 to 6 c. m . Telephone No. 853 flu
DR. A. E. W HEELER— HeMU-iOAAHIST
Office and residence 21 South Fort
street. Hours—lo to S and evenings.
Telephone No. 46. Jylttf
M FERNANDEZ. M. D.—HOMtEPATHIBT
. Office and residence Wilson Block, 24
West First street, between Malu aud Spring
streets, rooms Nos. 10 and 11 Hours—lo A.
H, to 12 m.; 2to 4 p.m. A specialty of blood
dlsoases. sep22 tf
AM EDELMAN, ARC HI
• 17 N. Main street, Los Angeles. Csl.
Rooms 22 and '23 Hellman Block. in29tf
W. O. Ms:niTHEW. Geo. F. Ci sterisah.
COSTERISAN Si MERITHEW, ARCHl
tects and Sanitary Engineers. 31 South
Main street, Rooms 4 aud 5, Mott's lib ek,
Los Aogeles. California. fIS-tf
AC. LUIGKNS—AhCHI'i ECT|— MAX*
. well Building, corner Court and Main
CHAS. L STRANGK. FERD C. OOTTSCKALkI
Sl'RVMifc A GOTISCHALK— ARC Hl
tects, Offlecs, Nos. 44 South Spring street
Rooms 8 and 4, and 22 West First street.
Rooms 12 aud 13, Los Angeles, Cat P. O.
Box 614. Telephone 97. tl
RB. YOUNG—ARCHITECT AND SCPKR
. lntendeut. office. Rooms 18 and 19,
Boeder Block. ggg
KYSOR, MORGAN A WALLS—ARC Hl
tects, rooms 1, 2 and s, No. 84 Couth
HprtnirHt. Los Angeles.Cal. c-ea-tr
REEVE—A RCHITFCT AND BUE
. vevor. Room 10, Phillips Block,
Main street. Residence vVest Washington
street, Los Augeles, Cal. Twenty-two
venrs' experience. sn4-tf
i, AM) MNVKVOHS.
WF. McCLURE, CIVIL ENGINEBR
. and Surveyor, C. S. Deputy Mineral
Surveyor. 134 North Malu street, Los An
geles, Cal. Telephone No. 96. auS ly
Santa Anita SMlons,
12 1 > 111 HI (»■(■» Sir. of Lncky B
and Molly McCarthy's Last), tloo he season.
OAftO, b h. by Grlnstead-Dsm, fesnta
Anita, by Virgil; 850 the season.
EEXINUTON, oh. h. hy Lexington-
Dam. Volga, by Imp. Glence. one ol tho
oeßt bred bor-eain America (sire 1 1 the dais
of Laredo); 150 the season.
Mares not proving with foal allowed to
return free in 1888.
Money due at time of service. *
Apply to office
«, B \ N J A _, ANITA STABLKS.
17 North Spring St., Los Augeles. or
0. W. ABY, "
„ . , ~ Santa AniU Ranch.
Catalogue on application. mlt-lsm
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