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Dyspepsia Cored.
Heartburn, indigestion or e l»'V-VS.
by that excellent remedy. Mother Cary a
DYspepsia Powders." Never have been
:Jr. ta fail For sale by C. H. Hance
successor t<!Tpreus. A Hance). and BUI. A
Co Loa Angelea.
care lor Sick Headache.
For proof that Dr. Ounn's Improved Liver
Pills cures Sick Headache, ask tour drug
gist for » free trlsl package. Only one for a
dose. Regular site boxes 25 cents. Sold by
C.F. Heinseman.
A New Lumber Yard
rlasbeen established by the Bchallert-Ga
aahl Lumber Company on Washington
itreet nearly opposite the Washington Gar
ieu, where they will keeps full l'ne of all
kinds of lumber and building material.
Benin y and Influence.
A wi'e, mother or daughter should strive
to be beautif il for it increases her power
for good, yet many Impose upon ub s rough,
sallow and repul-ive complexion, when a
a single application of C mell le will re
move all defects. Camellne, white or pink,
price fifty cents,
DAILY HEBALD.
CHURCH NOTICES.
Third CoHQasoATioNAL Church—Corner of
Chavez and Railroad street. Sunday
school at 3 o'olock v. M An Easter ser
bod by the pastor at 7.30 p. m . A cordial
invitation to all.
East Los Ahoii.es CONOBKHATIONAL Cnt'RCH
Rev. J. H. Phillips, Pastor. An Easter
sermon at 11 o'clock A. m , to be followed
by the organisation of a Sunday school,
■very body Interested lv this church and
school are invited to be present. The pas
tor resides at No. 11 j Leoouvreur Btreet,
East Los Angeles.
First English Lutheran Church-Sct
viees in McDonnld block Hall, 24 N. Main
street. Easter sermonand holy communion
at 11 A. m. Children's Easter service at 3
r. St. No night service. All welcome.
The Reorqaniiseo Church of Jesus
Christ of L. D. 8 Preaching on Buuday
ADrll 10. at 11 a. M in K. of P- Hall, 21
t Spring street. Subjaot: "The Neces
sity of Prophets iv the Church. All are
OF THR CHURCH OF THE EPl
pbauy. Daly street, south of Downey ave
nue, cordially aud earnestly invites the
community ot East Los Angeles to come
and hear the evangelist. Rev. P. It Mor-
f au. every evenlug this week, commenc
es April >oth (Easter night.) A'l persons
heartily welcomed. No collections.
Trinity M E. Chubch, South, on Fort
street, between Fi'th and Sixth Preach
ing at 11 a. m by the paster, i;ev. \\ B
Stradley. subject: "Life, aud That Moie
Abundantly " At 7SpP. M a grand tes
ter praise servi.e, conducted b, the choir
ol the church, consisting of Mrs. Beesou,
Mrs. Booth, Mr. Ney and Mr. Lord, aided
by the Heine Quartette. Seats free aud
au cordially invited.
Main-street M. E. Church—Corner South
Main and Laurel streets. Preach ug
at 11 a. at. by tbe pastor. Rev. I. L Spen
cer. Subject: "He ts Risen." au Kti'er ser
mon. Song Service at 7P. M.; Sunday
sobool at 2:3* P. M. A concert at 7:3u p. M.
Siven by the Sunday school, in charge of
Irs. J. H Blanchard, sup't of Band of
Hope, this city. There will be approprl
site Easter music morning and eveuing by
the Main-street choir. Flowers will be an
Important feature of the day. All are ln
vied
First Presbyterian Chubch — corner
Fort and eecoud streets—Rev. Dr. Merwin
will preach a 11 a. n. and Rev. Mr. Hei -
ler willpreschat 7:30 p. k. Sunday school
*t 12:30 p. h. All cordially invited.
First Baptist Church—Sunday, April 10.
Swedish Prayermeeting at 3:30 p. M. Con
ducted by R. Stone. All Scandinavians
cordially Invited.
Grate M. E. Church — Rev. Will A.
Kalghten will preach in Grace M. h.
Church on First street, at 11 a. m. Subject:
t "Evidences of tue Resurrection of Christ.
Sunday school oi 12;S0 P. if Class meet
ings at 6:30. Prals ' service at 7:30 p M.
Alt are cordially iuvited to attend.
Young Men's Christian Association—Spe
cial Easter service, for men only, at First
•Congiegstiousl church, corner Third and
Hill streets, at 4 o'clock. Orchestral and
vocal music.
When baby was sfcjk, «c gaw her C -u-tons,
When ehe was a child the '.-.-•cd taVOasMlte
*uun she became MiSS,ShSoIUOg toCastona
Whoa s' .c i>.\d Children, Be * SwStaSsl Cistortp
Shirts made to order at Eigleson & Co.'s,
SO North Spriug street.
Cane Presentation.
"Where did you get thit eleeant silver
headed cane?' "Why. it was given to me,
and a vice present It Is. Tney give a cane
to each purchiser of a hat at the Chicago
Hat Store, 35 N Main s reet.
Las Ansrelea Produce .Tlarket.
The following is the official record of the
Los Angeles Produce Exchauge, corrected
daily. In the quotations, unless otherwise
stated, it is to be understood that the first
figure is the highest price bid aud the last
the lowest price asked. These quotations
are for round lots from first hands; for
small lots out of store higher prices are
asked:
WHEAT—Australian No. 1, white, 11.65
asked; Rye. II 50 asked: Gold Drop,
KB bid; While Russian. 1.30, Bouors
81.30; PeSanee No 1, seed or shipping. 11 30
bid, f 130 asked.
OATS —12 bid.
BARLEY—Feed No. [email protected]
CORN—Larire yellow, car load 10t5,[email protected]
bid, small carlo-id lots, 90itj,jl.0d asked.
FLOUR—Pioneer and Crown |0.60 asked ;
L. A. XXXX Ex. Pa-. Roll, 83.35.
MILL FfcED— Bran. .21 asked; Shorts, 123
asked; Mixed Feed, corn and barley, i 1.25
naked; Cracked Corn. $1 20 asked; Cracked
Barley,ll2s asked -.Ground Barley.lt 25arjked
Rolled Barley', tl 15 bid, |1.23 asked.
GRAIN BAGS —Grain Bags MS, 22x36, P.r
asked: 1886 Calcutta spo', 6%c asked; Potato
Sacks. 3 asked: Mill Sacks, 5c asked.
BESD—Alfalfa, new,llc asked.
HAY- Barley, WB No. 1, new, $16.00 asked;
Wheat Hay, fit.
POTATOES—EarIy Rose, Northern, $2 25
asked: Peerless, $2.25: Early Rose teed,
Northern, 12 25; Salt Lake, 81.75.
BC fTE tt—Fancy Roll, 180 per th asked.
Choice Roll, Pie per n> asked; Fair Roll, per
lb, 14c asked; Mixed Store, 10c per tb asked:
Flckled Roll, li'-jc per tt. asked.
CHEESE—Large, 13c asked; small, 15c
.asked.
HUMS— Eggs, fresh, 24c. btd, 25c. asked.
HONEY—Extracted light, 4ev*l! 2 c; Job
lots, 4c li i, 4!yj asked: Amber, 3c bid;
Comb, loc(#l2i^.
ONIONS—Yedow Danver, Northern, $3.75
asked.
SKESWAX-Beeswax, [email protected]
VEGETABLES MlXED—Chiles per th, 12c
bid; Garlic tie ; fc asked; Cabbage per 100
tbs 1.00011.28; $175.
BEANS \ND DRIRD PEAS—Pink No. 1
new crop, $160 bld.ll 7 >asked: Lima, |[email protected]
2.7s;Navy,small.s2oobid;s2 25asked; Blacs
eyed, $1 asked: Garrausos Ji asked; ireeu
Field Peas, 12 asked; Lentils, $4.00 asked.
Bed spunish, 82.
POULTRY—Hens No 1, per doi, $6.60 bid,
$7.00; old Boosters, perdosen, 85 bid: Young
Boosters, per dot, 86.50 bid, 87.00 asked;
-Broilers, large, per dosen, $4.0 i btd, Broll
<ers, small, per dozen, 83.00 bid; Ducks,per
doseu. large, $7.00, bid; Ducks perdosen,
email 87.fei bid; Turkeys, per lb, 160.
LIVE STOCK—Live Hogs.3c(»4C.
DRIED FRUlT—Peaches, 8. D. No. l,l7Vja
asked. 15c bid; No. 2, asked: do. peeled,
150 asked: do, 8 D.peeled No. 2,12% c asked;
pitted Plums, 12V,c asked;
asked-Prunes, Cal. French new crop, 7%c
910 c; Prunes, Cal, German, 8c asked; Apri-
OOte, evaporated, 25c asked.
APPLES—Evaporated Huntley's, 10c ask
ed; Hunt's Aldeu, 14c asked; Sun Dried
•Hoed, 7c asked.
RAISINS— Layers, $1.50 asked; Ex Lon
don Layers, new: $1.75 asked; Three Crown
Levers, new, $1.75 asked: Loose Muscatels
81.5 C; Bulk Raisins, 5c asked. Dried grapes,
2c.
NUTS—Walnuts new, [email protected]; Peanutß,
Oel.No. 1. 6oasked; do, No. 2, 3c asked; do
■astern,7%c asked: Almonds, 8. S., 18c ask
ed; Almonds, H S, 10c.
CITRUS FRUITS — Oranges. 1.75 asked;
Lemons,seedling per b0x,52.00 asked; Lem.
ons, Eureka audLisbon per box, $3 50 asked,
HIDES — Dry. 16e bid; Kip, 150 bid;
Calf, 18HC bid. Culls % less.
SKINS—Short wool, each, [email protected]; Lour
wool, each, $1 bid; Shearlings, each, 10c
bid.
WOOL —Spring Clip, p-r tb, [email protected]'oo bid.
PBOVISIONS-Extra light bacon, clear,
11c asked; Light clear, 10c asked; Clear
medium, 10c asked: Medium bacon, 9c
asked; heavy bacon Be.
LARD—4O-lb tins. 9c per lb;» iD palls, 9Hc
per lb; 5 lb pails, 9V*c pp- lb; 101b pails, 9c
per lb.
HAMS -Eastern sugar cured, Cali
fornia, l'2Vic.
By lock of onen air and exercise and the I
want of sufficient care in the matter of diet 1
the whole physical mechanism often be
comes impaired during the winter. Ayer's
tlarsaparllla is the proper remedy to take in
the spring of the year to purify the blood,
Invigorate the system, excite the liver to
action and restore the healthy tone and
vigor.
Beaumont.
No other locality iv Southern California
offers such Inducements for homes and In
vestments as this. Either iv lots or lands
For particulars inquire of the Southern
California investment Company 114 First
street, Nadeau Bl»ck, Los Angeles, Cal.
Burkes porter strengthens and tones the
aystem. The best malt liquor.
T. F. Joyce,
Bui Id inn Contractor and Brick Manufac
turer. Ofhcel.l>4 North Main Btreet.
Brinks for ■ ale.
Holmes Ac Scott,
Dealers tn coal, wood, hay aad grain, 157 3'
Spring streeb
Soothes aud Heals
The combination of Abietlne Balsam and
Mountain Balm in Santa Abio soothes and
heals the membrane of the lungs, inflamed
•nd polsoueo by dlsesse. It prevents night
sweats and tightness across the chest, cures
coughs, croup, asthma, phthisic, pneumo
nia, hoarseness, loss of voice, and silled
complaints Use as directed; If the effect
desired is not produced, money will be re
funded by C. H Hance.
Bxcwrslon by the Denver and Rio
Urande Railroad.
Do you wish to see the grandest scenery
across the continent, go east with excursion
of Geo. D. Phillips. Office. 268 North Main
street, Los Angeles.
The combination of ingredients used in
making Brown's Bronchial Troches is
each as to give the best possible effect with
safety. They are widely known as the best
remedy for Coughs, Colds, Throat Diseases
and Asthmatic troubles. Price 25 cents a
box.
Far Cement Walks,
Bmbtnkments or cemetery enclosures, Brst
«3U»sa work and moderate prices tn to the
Los Augeles Pnvluj Co., office 114 W First
street. Nadeau Block. "™
SMITH &VIGNERON,:
ASPHALT SIDE WALKS,
CONCRETE DRIVEWAYS,
Side aud Lawu Walks, Basement Floors,
Work Guaranteed Satisfactory lv All Cases. .
I
Gravel. Sand and Paving-Stones supplied, i
WOUKS AT LOWER END OF 1
(
71.1 iii Street, .-ppotlte Macy. j
fpj-M WsVMt-Sn j
'
Nrrvon. Ileblllty, Seminal « sak
nest, Exhiiukied Vltnlltr, t.oel .
Manhood, and Ml tbe terrible effects of .
6elf-abuse and excesses iv msturer years, j
such as nocturnal emissions, b-ss of mem
ory, dlmnes" of vision, aversion to society, .
the vital flui'i pasting unobserved in the J
urine, and other symptoms that lead to In- j
laaity and death. Ynunir and Middle. *
ntied men suffering from the above,
should consult us at once. Cure linar.
anteed In all Caeca, tonsnlta
(tail free. Chemical analysis. Including '
thorough microscopic examination of the ,
urine, $-4. Au honest opinion given in all
eases. We furnish The Ureal EusrlUh
Itemedj. Sir tetley Cooper'n VI- .
tal Hestorailve at $3 a bottle or four
times the quantity, $10.
S \ ill'l t: BOTTLE FKEE I
to any oue stilling symptoms. sex and age.
Address ENULISH OTEUKiAL IMS. I
PE!hs>AH V, No. 1 I lvcuruy Street, ,
San Fraiiclec.f. Cal. d 4
DENTISTS.
1882—1; ST A BLISHE D—lBB2,
L. W.~WELLS,
DENTAL ROOMS NO. 23 SOUTH SPRING
street, Boeder block. Teeth extracted
without lain. Special attention paid to
flllliig teeth. dll-tf
!>rs. C. «i Fra?.k Steveus,
Thobes set of teeth 18, on Cetltilolo' oi
Rubber. Painless extraction of Teeth by
Nitrous Oxide Gas or Vitalised Air. Fine
Gold Fillings a specialty. All operations at
Eastern prices aud guaranteed Rooms
18 and 111 Schumacher Block, op
posite P O. Opan Sundays! Rom 9to 12..
rtrrf.!'
SALOONS.
1 DOUGHERTY \f
The BOUQUET
No. 7 Ccmmsrcial St
TO M J HAW,
EOYAL & GEOSVENORi
BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE
115 \v. First Street, Los Angeles.
SHOO—Lot COxIOO Longstreet tract, Madison
avenue.
2250—L-t 50x165 Flower st, near Eleventh.
BOO—tots Estrella avenue, Park Villa tract.
850—Lot iv Urmstnn tre.ct; a bargalu.
1100—Lot cor. Deepwaier and Penrl streets.
95C—Lot 5*.x218 cor. Virgin and Montreal.
1050—Lot Arlington st , Bonnie Brae tract.
400 to 8530—Lots in Kt'ermau tract.
2260—Tw0 lots 00x190on Figueroa street.
1000 each—Three lots ou Kouland st., near
Figueroa.
950—Lot on Jenkins street, nr. Grand aye.
1000—Lot 50x150 ou York st, near Figueroa.
650 to 8600—Lots on Bryant st nr. Figueroa
400— Lot 50x125 Nies tract, Orchard aye.
200x200 feet cor. Montgomery and Figueroa
840—Two lots Second-street cable, nr. park
1250—Lot on Texas st, nr. Second st. cable.
750—Lot ou York street, near ''rand aye.
700—Lot on Jefferson 6t., ncr Figueroa,
500 each—Two lots ou Seymour street.
> 4000—House of 5 room on Sixth street.
For Rent—Office, good location, cheap.
rurlB-lm
1 LAND FOR SALE !
I ana ACRES OF LaND IN THE
TUUU Banta Marls valley. All farming
laud, fenced ready for cultivation.
■ Artesian Well
With good flow ot water, 175 feet deep
Only three miles from tho depot.
Price 8)30 per acre.
One-third cash, balance In four yearly
payments, at 7 per cent, interest per an
num.
Apply to the SANTA MARIA LAND BU
REAU, Santa Maria, Santa Barbara county
Cel.
Bee map at office of J. B. HALLOW VY
49 Temple blook, Los Augeles. mrl9-lm
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
ON AND AFIER THIS DATE I WILL
not te responsible for auy debts con
tracted by mv wife, liLon Blsarzs, she hav
ing left my bed and board without Just
cause. 8* BISAZZA,
Chicago Restaurant, 126 8. Spring st.
Los Angeles, April 5, 1887. ap6-lm
PHILLIPS
Popular Pleasure Parties lor all
Points Eaet
Leave Los Angeles April 14 and 28, Call on
or address A. PHILLIPS A CO , 134 N. Main
at., Lo* Angeles. nil tf
......... .
Bay the Best Face Powder.
Freeman's Medicated Invisible Face Pow
dai retailed for two bits, is equal to any
fosr bit powder made. A scientific combi
nation for beautifying without injuring the
skin.
Ladles who are troubled with cramps an
nervousness should drink Damiana Bitters
Is pleasant to take.
You will never have a sour stomach if you
tte I) 'minus Bitters
GERManremEOi
f n " Steaioen, Sewtlgi*,
LAI* Pj Q I JIB"''" 1 "'. ll'>«', TooHimsv,
rill i din itn, ~""^ iha
Fifty Ceuls. .\l nrugcl,t» .'i l ! DcleM.
THE <TIARI.tSA.VOr,H.HI IO- B.lll»ar.. M J.. CS. A.
CLAREMONT.
PACIFIC
Land Improvement Company.
Claremont!
THE LEABIMJ TOWN SITE
ON
The Great Santa Fe Route,
BETWEEN
Sail Bernardino and Los Angeles.
85 miles from San Rcrnardlno
AND
30 MILES FROM LOS ANGELES,
Z\i Miles Northeast from Pomona.
opr AAA WORTH OF LOTS SOLD AT
vOO.UUU prints sals on Thursday, April
7ih, on the ground. Ihe buyers were
charmed with the location,
HIGH GROUND!
GREEN GRASS !
MAGNIEICENT TREES !
nr.lßTbSl an vi i i i;k i-fjkj,
\ CLOSE TO THE FOOTHILLS I
I
Scenery Unparalleled 1
! 400 Choice Lots !
Reserved at this sale will be offered iv the
office of PACIFIC LAND IMPROVEMENT
COMPANY, No. 230 North Main street, Los
Angeles (California Southern Ticket Office),
on
Monday, April 11th, at IO A.m.
No Auction Sale !
Conducted by W. H. HOLABIHU,
General Aoent.
GEO. H. I'IILLERTON,
a pB-tf President P. L. I. Co.
THE MILTON ROUTE
Tosem ite
Is 70 miles the shortest, 24 hours travel the
less, and S'2Q, less in fare than
any other.
WARNER BROS., Ticket Agents,
30S North Main St, l.os Angeles.
THOS. T. WALTON, Gen'l Agt., 188 Mont- !
gomery St., San Francisco. m24-tl
LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD. AFBIL 10. 1887.
LINES OF TRAVEL.
Pacific Coast Steamship Co.
GOODALL, PERKINS A CO., General Agents
NORTHERN ROUTES
Embracelinea for Portland, Or.; Victoria.
B. C, and Puget Sound-Alaska, and all
coast ports.
SOUTHERN ROUTES.
Time Table for April, ISBT.
!cO«THB SOOTH OHlta NORTH.
STBAMBRS. g§ j* j* |j
Santa Rose. Mar. 30 April 1 April 3 Aprils
LosAngol»s. April 1 " 8 " 4'• 7
Que«nofPac. " 8 " 5 " ' " »
r.uroka " 6 " V 8 11
Santa Rosa . " " 9 " 11 " JS
I*B Angel « " 9 " 11 " 12 " >JJ
Queen of Pac " 11 " 18 " 1& " 1"
tureka '• 1* ' 15 " 10 " 1«
Santa Rosa. . " 15 " 15 " 19 " 2'
Los Augeles. " 17 '• 19 " 20 " 23
Queen of Pac. " 19 " SI " *• »•
Eureka " 21 " 28 " 21 " 17
Santa Rosa... " 28 " 26 " 27 £9
Los Angeles.. " 25 " i 7 " 28 May 1
Queeuo.'Pac " 27 " 29 May 1 •• 3
Surek* " 2a:May 1 " 2 " 6
Santa Rosa. .. May ll •• 8 " 6 " 7
The steamers Santa Rosa aud Queuu
of Pacific leave San Pedro for San
Diego, ou the dates of thoir arrivals from
San Franolsoo, and on their trips between
San Pedro and San Francisco call at Santa
Barbara and Port Harford (Saa Luis Obispo)
only. The Eureka and Los Augeles call at
all way per... "
Cars lo counco. "'th steamers leave 8. P.
R. R. depot, Los Angel, s, as follows: Wit;
Santa Rosa and Queeu of Pacific at
9:40o'clook A. m With Los Angelos and
Eureka, going north al 4;to o clock r. H.
KtfFoT passa7« or freight as abovr. or
for tickets to and from
All Important Points in Europe.
APPLY TO
11. IfIcLELLAN Agent
OFFICE—No. 8 Commercial St., Los Angelci
Southern Pacific Company.
(PACIFIC SYSTEM.)
WEDNESDAY FEBRYARY 9, 1887.
Trains leave and are due to arrive at
LOS ANGELES DAILY
AS roLW.vs:
I.SAVB ABRIVB
FOB DESTINATION. PBOJt
8 00>. U 0 (Hon & SanGorgonio 7:0) r,
4:80 I. M Colton & San Gorgonio 9:25 A. M
8 O'J A. H Doming 7: 0 r. at
B.OD A. a ElPa6oand East,... 7 10 p. 2.
1 30 p. alSan Fran & Sacramento 11:10 A v
7:30 p. M'Sau Fran A Sacramento 7:20 A, *
9:20 a. M Santa Ana and Anaheim 8:45 r. >
4:40 p. m SautaAuasnd Anaheim 7:45 A. M
9:30 a. m SantaMonloa 11:50 a. v
12:20 r. M SautaMoulca. 40) P.a
4:30 p. M Santa Monica. ... 7:10 i. k
n..n. _ (Long Beach and* . _
9:40 A. M J B Bou j. edro j 4:25 P. ■
(Long Beach and) ... „
4:50 p. m ( Sau Pedro... ) l*»a.«
9:15 a. m Santa Paula 4fl)r, 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 Angelea.
A. N. TOWNE, General Manager.
California Southern R. R. Co.
All rail line between National City, San
Diego and Los Angoles and points East tmd
Wet,
Close connection at Barstow with Atlantic
aud Pacific R. R. and at Los Angeles with
Southern Pacific R. R.
Taking effect Sunday, November 14.
A. M. A. M. pTmT
Los Angeles. Lv. 7.00 9:10 ;6:O0
San Gabriel 7.23 9 29 6.20
Pomona 8.23 10:30 6:10
Colton Ar. 9:15 11:20 *7:OX'
Colton Lv 11:25 7:50
Citrua 11:85 f X-
Perris 12:17 9.:v5
Murietta Ar 1:10 lt:lu
'Murietta Lv 1:80 Uas
Oceauside 8:38 2-15
San Dtego '6:22 6:06
National Cly. ...Ar 6:10 6:30
Colton Lv. 9:20
*Ban Bernardino... 9:45
Victor 12:08
Barstow Ar. 1:20
P. M.
Barstow Lv. 2:55
Victor 4:05
*San Bernardino.. 6:20
Colton Ar. 6:45
A. M, I P. M.
National City..Lv 8:(0 0 3.1
San.Diego 8:28 10-00
Oceanslde 1007 1120l 1 20
•Murrletta . ...Ar 12:07
Murrietta Lv| 12:27 4-55
Perris 1:19 BrOi
*Coltou Ar. 2:101 7-25
Colton Lv. 7:00 2:15 8-iCi
Pomona 7:50 l 8:02; 8-ftl
San Gabriel 8:401 3:52 i 940
Los Angelea ..Ar. 9:00' 4:151 10-o|i
BBl"' ' BN COLTON AND BAN SJXBMABPINO.
A. M. A. M. P. M.IP. M.
Colton Lv 8.00 11.80 2.20| 7.10
San Bernardino ar 8.151 11.40 2.30: ijs
San Bernardino lv 7.29 11.05 IM 6.40
Oolton Ar 7.351 11.15 2.05 l _6 : fjo
niYKllsiuß BBANCH.
Mixd Mixd Pasa
A. M. IP. M. A. M
Colton Lv 9.20 7.15 11.20
Citrus 9.80 7.30 11 3o
Riverside Ar. 9.42 7.5 m IL6O
Riverside ;....Lv 8.40 6.25 Lai
Citrus 8.52 6.45 IM
C?lton Ar 8.02 7.00 2X5
•Meal stations.
Trains arc run on Pacific Standard time
Pullman Sleepers leave on 7 a. m. train
via Barstow, for Kansas City, 7ta A. A P
<i aa A- T. AS.F. R. R., and on sp. v. train
for San Diego. Special rates on round trln
tickets to all local points.
For ratos of freight or fare, address Cali
fornia Southern Agents at local stations. 01
„__ _ H. B. WILKINS,
Gen. Fr't. A Pass. Agent, San Diego, Cal.
J. N. VIC TOR,
Superintendent, San Bernardino. Cal.
. „ WILLIAMSON DUNN,
_ie2B General Airent, Los Angeles, Oal.
Los Angeles & San Gabriel Valley
Time Table in effect Nov. a, 1887.
Tralnß are due to arrive and deprrt at
Down y avenue depot as fallows:
J.ZI A. M, I I *7 *fi4 a \r
♦SSt SV On week day. J X £
g«» : j? only. < IfM,*
•»*>-m.iJ (114-54 p.'l:
«. \t Theater trains: .1
*11:06 p.m. II Tuesday, Thurs- \\ *7a4 p w
_!2_day_ & Saturday, f| '
T jelt«r:S:|t '"hdTMOnly. )|
* To and from Lamanda Park v
t To and from Azusa
1 To and from West Dnarte (Moorovla).
H. B. WILKIN^
NOTICE.
J£?Ji>* ANGELeTcITY WATER Co.
Will strictly enforce the followlnir rule- The
SSESsf" "Prinkllng are between 6 and $
0 clock a. x aud 6 and 8 o'olock f a. For a
2Shl°. t h?,', th l J" b bye2 ye remlatlon the water
ttSSJSSW. Rad • . nM of two doUars wil)
ho oharaed before water will be turned on
again. mrl . u
MEDICAL.
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a supply to J. W. Haines, Q noa, Nov., and
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gMW SANTA ABIE ls only sold In large I
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MEDICAL.
PATERSON TRACT!:
IN LOTS. J gI Jg ) WITH WATER. ']
NO AUCTION. 1 mftliM )N O LOTTERY.
ON ADAMS STREET, JUST OUTSIDE CITY LIMITS.
NO CITY TAXES.
Handsome graded streets, with curbs and cemant sidewalks. All ready and desirable
for building homes. Cheap and ou easy terms.
Free Carriages at 10 A. M. and 2 P. I„ every day, from 25 W. First St.
m24lm WIESENDANtJFR Ac HONSALL.
J. F. RICHARDSON,
£35 AND 237 EOS ANUELES STREET, ARCADIA BLOCK.
_„ < U.-i! /v— I DOKT BUY A MOWER UNTIL YOU EX-
Farmers, Attention ps^ti^^
Asavat. • dloary 4 foot mower A sample set up iv store
and one iv operation by William Reid, of Florence, who will gladly souud Its praises.
Also on hand the celebrated BAIN WAGONS, STAR MOT.'NF. WALKING AND
FLYING DUTCHMAN SULKY, and U de Chilled 2 and 3 Gang Orchard Plows, 8 and . 2
foot any Rakes, and a full line of
day ALE KIM>S OF FAIIOTIX; TOOLS IN VI^KIIiL.'VI
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FOR SALE liV
W. P. McINTOSH,
tfceal Estate Agent,
122 North Spring Street, Los Angeles, Cal.
CITY LOTS. HOUSES FOR SALE.
50 very desirable lets between the two afIOOO for a new two-s'ory house on the
Cablelines. These lots are eligibly situated west side of Main street, near the business
in a rapidly growing and prosperous 1 call- center. This house is jutt being completed
ty, overlooking the whole country clear to and will be ready for occupancy it) a few
i the ocean, and will be sold in aj ib lot at days. It contains nine rooms, bathroom,
the remarkably low price of $iM per lot. closets, basement, etc, all iv first class
■1000 BACH for four lots on College st. style. Size of lot, 40x150; alley in tho rear.
These lots command a fine view ot the sur- part cash, balance ou time,
rounding oountry, and arc very desirable 8 new aud elegant cottages on Beaudry
locations for beautiful homes. avenue; one for $3500, the other for $4000.
SHOO for a good lot on Bantee street, A nice new house of five rooms and a
surrounded by fine two-story house*, bath room, hard finished and complete in
*.Viti tor a lot in Alcantara Grove, be- all its apartments. Lot 50x'5', close to car
tween Main aud Gra d avenue. line. Price, 52200; remarkably cheap.
8 elegant lots bounded by Pico, Los Ange- Wil rent for $!> per month.
1 les aud Santee streets, only $9500. Here is a A new two-s ory house on a beautiful
chance tor specul iters. 6treet for *5500.
l sOOO for a good lot fronting on Temple SWZiiO for house and lot on Pine street,
1 street near Grand avenue. Easy terms.
rfoooo for two lots fronting on Hill and Au elegant two story house, one block
; Pico streets. A fine corner. Easy terms. from Temple street Price, *8.CO; will rent
i Several very desirable lots fronting on for MO per month.
Bellevue avenue aud In the immediate vi- Wl2OO for a four-room hard-finished
ciuity. look out for an upward move luthe hou-e; lot 40x120; neai the Second street car
price of this property in the near future. line aud park. Ka»y terms.
WIBOO EACH for two desirable lots on COUNTRY" PROPERTY.
: S?M r ,n t t ree I , eaudry avPnue - oin be 6tO ACRES of fine laud, near San Jacin
o Ti nrai Mm «nd four Inside lots on 10 station, i v California Southern Railroad,
? a«n££ ...„„,,« ? ( „,i™ („I i ?»t! for $10 an acre. Patented
, i' i e'i»p m . •« A-'K 1 * 8 In 'raits, on Central avenue,
l) $2OooeilCh. La y terms. thrcn mIV. from Plan for *»1 (KO
0 • lot on Pearl street, near Boston street. house.
1 «i i . i« .v.„ n» r.oii= t..»i an abundance of pure water, wlihin a abort
I T,, B , everal flne } ots ln *5 e , De e., C, - liB H r , r *"; distauce of the proposed town of HEN
) This property is very desirable and near t ,,Vk «nd tho tnrmi ,n« w It V R R and
0 the Main street car Hue; on favorable terms. Jg^^VSgouia
BU3INES4 PROPERTY. This property will sell for *500 a lot very
5 »800 PER FOOT for 00 feet one block soon - Price, $ 0,000,
5 from postomce. FOX RVNT.
A earner lot ou Main street, near Wash- 1 LODGING-HOUSE oi FOURTEENXIX
ington street, very cueap. BANT BOoMB and three stores for rent;
1 corner ou Temple st at $80 per front foot, al o, several dwelling houses.
/sje-I have houses and lots for sale on all the principal streets of the city, and 5, 10
and 20-acre tracts in and adj lining the city, but only make special mention of the places
ottering the greatest Inducements to speculators Hud the geueral pttb'ic to invest lv.
JJgJF* M )NEY TO LOAN ON GOOD SECURITY. *Ms
aTJasT'My real estate office being the only one in the city where compiled block maps
of the city are to lv found, parties seeking investments will do well to examine my list
before purchasing.
! W. P. McINTOSH,
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Real Estate Agent and Compiler and Owner of (lie First and Only
1 Block maps of the City of Ens Aiifrelcs .
I slOlm 182 NORTH SPRING STB' ET.
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! THE REOPENINU OF TI 13
! California Auction Store,
North ot the New Postoffice, with a
; COMPLETE STOCK OP GOODS,
; WHERE WE HOPE TO SEE ALL OUR OLD PATRONS.
Prices to suit the times—Our motto will positively be "Quick Sales and Small Profits."
ftp~W- HARRIS A CO., of the California Auction Store.-^Ka
Remember the place, north of the new Postoffice. Opening day ou the 6th inst.
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Second and Last Auction Sale oi Lots!
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SANTA MONICA!
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TO TAKE PLACE AT
Santa Monica on Wednesday, April, 13, 1887.
TERMS OF SALE. —Cash, 10 per cent of purchase price to be paid on
drop of hammer, balance within ten days after sale. Expense of deed and
acknowledgment ($4) at cost of purchaser.
WALTER VAN DYKE,
ROBERT S. BAKER.
W. E. NO FEB, Auctioneer. apO-ot
W EUICAL.
CALIFOPIAJAT-R-CURE.
Tlse Only (inaraiilcrd Cure for
Catarrh, Cold* In the Head,
Hay Fever, Rows Cod, Catarrhal Deaf
ness and Bore Eyes. Restores tlie sense ol
tSßte and smell, removes bi-d ihsic andl un
pleasant breath, remit from Oatsrrh. Easy
and pleasant to u-e. Fo low dinefou" and
a oure ls warrmi'ert. Bend foreironlar to
ABIE TIME medical 00 ,
Orovtlle. Cal.
Six Monthß'Treatment $ ; by Mail 11.10.
SANTA ABIE al CAT-R-CURE!
tStf Sold by C. H HANCE, 77 and I*
Nori 11 Spring street.
jra&T-M. A. NEWMARK A CO., Wholesale
Depot. mv 29 lv
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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 l.os Angele«, February 17, 1887 In ac
cordance with a resolution adopted at
a meeting of the Directors of the Farm
ers' and Merchants' Bank of l.os Augeles,
held at the olllce of the coipoiatt this
day, a special meeting- ot t c stockhold
ers of ssid corporation is hereby oalied, the
same to be held at the office f the corpora
tion, In the office of the Farmers' and Mer
chants' Bank of Los Angeles,corner of Main
and JommerciHl streets, in the city of l«s
Angeles, County of I os Augele-, State of
California, on Monday, tbe ninth (ith) day
of May, 1887, at the hour of 4 o'clock p, m ,
ou that d ly, to take into cms der tlou and
decide upon the pro os'tion to increase the
capital stock of saH corporation from two
hundred thousand (S20U.OOO) dollars,divided
into two hundred (2 0) shares of one thou-
000) dollars each, the present capital
of the corporation, to five hundred thousand
(foOO.oOO) dollars, to be divide into five
hundred (BOO) 'hares at one th oisauil ($1000)
di liars eßch. I. \V HELLMAN. President.
John milner. Secretary, fit TuAF-raay9
Proposals lor Developing Water.
mllE HOARD OF REGENTS OF THE
_L University ot Arizona invite Bealed
proposals for the siutnng of a well upon the
land of the University. The l ids should
state the price for the following depths:
MM feet, 600, 750 and 1000 feet. The will to
be cased from top to bottom with the beßt
piping used in such wells, said piping to be
unties than 6 Inches in diameter.
Bids wil' he received up to 1 o'clock P. M.
of MONDAY, May 2. 1887, at the office of tbe
Board.
The Board reserves the right to reject any
orallbids. CHARLES M STRAUSS,
Secretary.
Tucson A T., MsrchZO, 1887. a»26t
~FOR SALE!
A Ir.siio County llulnlii Vine
yard—Alfalfa and (icneral
Farm—Boo Acres.
UNDER A F'NE STATE OF CULTIVA
tion and Irrigation Ke- ces buildings,
ditebes, levee* and Checks built In the most
i substnntial manner. 8..11 Unexcelled, as
growth of products show. Located near one
of the mo t thriving towns on the S. P. Co's
railroad; 228 acres in VINES from 1 to 6
veais old : all have beeu planted aud culti
vated by tho most experienced yin -growers,
and will soon be a prominent Baisin Vine
yard of Fresno county; about 200 seres in
, alfalfa. The rest of the land is now in grain
crops. The farm is well stocked with
horses, mules, cattle and hogs. This is a
good, substantial interest paying Invest
ment with a great future. Will be sold at a
. very reasonable price, with easy terms of
i pav'ment if required
I For full information and map, apply to
, ALBERT E. CRANE,
410 Montgomery street, Ssn Francisco,
i agent for sale of all kinds of country
property. mr26-lm
' H. J. WOOLLACOTT,
[ 26 A2B N. Spring St., Los Angeles, Cal.
! Wholesale Liquor Dealer.
Persons eneaee 1 in the liquor, drug or
hOtSl business Will fled it to their interest
1 by first o .taMil g prices of the above firm
. before placing orders elsewhere.
, I nave ju«t received the ollowiug Invoice
of goods, and will quote at tbe lowest mar
i ket prices:
: 10 case- Pommery Soc Champagne, pints
and quints.
85 cases G. H Mnmm&Co.'s Champagne,
pints aud quarts.
. 13 eases Gold Lock Sec Champagne, pints
and quarts.
IO cases Louis Kcederer Champagne, pints
i, aud quarts.
5 cases Due De Montebello Champagne,
. pints ai d quarts,
t 50 cases Guinness' Dublin Stout, bottled
by Johnson, pints.
1 15 cases Guinness' Dublin Stout, bottled
by Johnson, quarts,
y 85 casks Teuuent's Ale, stone and glass,
pints.
85 esses Apo'.linarls Water, pints and qts.
IO cases ilunyadi Jauos.
''. 5 cases Rakoezy
" SO ca-es Ueuovevii Water.
15 cases Bethesda
85 ca>es Hostetter's Bitters.
0 IO cases Henuessy Cognas. *
s 8 cases Martell Cognac. ** *
85 cases Motl's Kusseit cider, quarts.
15 cases J. H. Cutter O X Whisty.
IO cases J. 11. Cutter A No. 1 Whisky,
s IO cises Arpad Hararzthy Eclipse, quarts,
it a cases Vrpad Ilnrnrzthy Eclipse, quarts.
tO cases Duffy's Malt Whisky.
Id cses Celery, Beef and Iron.
IO U-hbdl Teuuent's Bulk Ale.
5 eases Datninua Bitters.
5 barrels W H McKrayer Whisky.
r 6 barrels J. G Mafingiy Whisky.
8 eases Belle of Nelson.
I have now ou the way,oue carVal Blatz's
famous Milwaukee Deer, and oue car Wis
consin Mineral Water aud Giuger Ale. IO
« cas- s Benedlotlne. Special quotations to
psrties placing orders to arrive.
The retail department is supplied with
the finest qual.ty of imported anil domestic
Wines and Liquors for family aud medical
use. Visitors arc coidia'ly Invited to call
Rod inspect the stock ot pure California
Wines end Brandies, which are put up in
casks and enses ready for shipment to all
parts of the East.
All communications addressed to
H. J. WOOLLACOTT,
P O. Box 226. Los Augeles, Cal.
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, NOTICE OF HEARInT
OF PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL
lv the Superior Court of Los Angeles
county, -itate of California, in the matter of
the estate Of Ly ill a Kebbeck. dece»sed—No
' tice is hereby given that Monday, the 2Sth
day of April. A. D. 1887, at 10 o'clock A. a. of
said day, at the courtroom of Department
Number Four of said court, in Temple
Block, in the city aud county of Los Ange
les has been appointed as the time and
place for hearing the application of James
Whitworth, Jr., Nellie Mcc aud Joseph W.
1 Wol skill to said court, praying that docu
-1 meuts now ou file in this court, purporting
i to he the last will and testament oi Lydfa
Kebbeck, deceased, and a codicil to the
same, be admitted to probate, aud that let
ters testamentary he issued thereon to them,
the said James Whitworth, Jr., Nettle Mcc
and Joseph W. Wolfskin, at which time and
place all persons interested therein may ap
pearand content the tame.
Dated this April 8, 1887.
C. H. DUNBMOOR, Clerk.
By F. P. Kelly, Deputy.
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