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THREE RICH GIRLS.
How Ther Live, move, and Have Tuelr Helms;— Widespread Cuarll r. The Philadelphia correspondent of the Chicago Tribune, under a recent date, writes as follows: The three daughters of the late F. A. Drexel, the banker, who ars traveling abroad, have readied Rome. They have received a great deal of social attention there from the old Roman nobility and from the English and American residents. They were E resented in private audierrbo to I'ope .eo XIII, and write glowingly of the grace and dignity of his holiness, who had already been informed of their mu nifleient charities, and of those of their dead father. The girls, as a trio of uumarried sis ters, are the richest in the United States. Their late father left $15,000,. 000. A million and a half went directly to Roman Catholio charities. The re mainder, with the exception of a number of comparatively small specific legacies, were given to the girls for lite. In the event af the marriage of any one or all of them the fortune will be divide finally among the children. If any on should not marry or, marrying, havejn children, her share would be divide! among the offsprings of the other o others. In case that all remained singl or, in the event of marriage should hav no ohildren, the whole vast estate wi be divided among tho charities to whic 1 the milliou and a half of dollars hav already been given. The fortunes of the girls, with the ao cumulations since the death of their father, amounts to very inncb more than $4,000,000 eaoh. They really have so much money that it overwhelms them They can't spend it, and they have not been able to contrive to give it away fast enough. Their tour abroad is carried out with a simplicity that contrasts strikingly with the daily life of a good many of our country women abroad. There retinue of servants consists of just two persons, and they religiously avoid everything that would be likely to bring them into notice. They live with the sumo sort of simplicity at home. They have a band some but unostentatious house in the fashionable quarter in the west end. They prefer the country, however, and spend nine months in the year at their splendid place, abont fifteen miles from town. On their acres they take a position that has an air of feudalism about it. They are the good ladies of the region. They do not go in for fashion at all, so they entertain very lit tle compiny even at their country place. They are immensely fond of outdoor recreations, however, and of horses and dogs. They have a stable of fine trot ters and pacers, and there must be at least fifty varieties represented in the am ill army of dogs that wander over their place. They are skillful horsewo men, aud one meets them frequently oantering along the roads round their home. A run of ten miles is a common indulgence to them, and they have rid den eighteen miles without beiDg alto gether worn out. They are well-trained business women, too, a id thoronghly versed in all the mysteries of book keeping. They themselves keep the ordinary accounts inoidental to the ad m iuistration of their great fortune. But it is their charities that distinguish them most. They do not expend for themselves a tithe of the amount they give away. Their charities are broad, continuous, many and generous. They have a long list of regular pensioners, some of whom were also the pensioners of their dead father. Their gifts to eleemosynary in stitutions amount to a fortune every year. Near their house is a handsome little chapel. They support that, too. But being of a deeply religious turn of inind they doubtless get their money's worth out of that for they attend early service there daily, week days as well as Sundays. A considerable part of the Sunday afternoon they put in teaching a ' Sunday school cl iss made up from the poorer children round their home. The class meets in their house, and beside spiritnal instruction it individually and collectively reoeives a good deal of ma terial support. Their latest aud most extensive chari table undertaking is the building of an industrial home for boys, some three miles from their country place. The in mates, besides the ordinary secular teaching, will receive Instruction in the agricultural and manual a<ts, and in the keeping of accounts. The school is in tended to rival in scope and usefulness Olirard college in this oity. The build ings are now under way, and will be ready for occupancy before many months- About $250,000 hive beeo laid oat already, and wlicn the institntion Is open and tunning the three little maids are to pay all the current expenses out of their private purao. During their journey abroad they have viated all the principal retreats and educational imtitutiocs for the young, and they write that they liave acquired a good deal of that may be applied with profit to the institution now building. Thty have taken good care, too, that no one, de pendent iu any degree upon them, shall suffer by their absence in Europe. By their special direction all their charities aro carried oat for them by a woman delegated for that purpose. „\s the richest girls in the world they «vM) do well aa models, will they not? Th» Quaker oity is proud of them, and ,do yi»u wonder? It was said that they intended to be come nnas and end their days in a clois iter. But I may say by authority that tihere is no ground for the rumor. They may marry yet. Startling but True. Wills Poiht, Texas, December 1, lsss. Alter suffering for mora than three years nit h disease of the throat and lunts, I got To iow 1 ist spring I was entirely unable to do .mvthing, and my cough was so bad I Karst»J«Pt «ny at night. My Druggist, Mr U. F. uoodnlg nt. sent roe a trial bottle It DR BOSAMfO'i COUGH AND LUNG fiYRUP. I found relief, and after using six ■I 110 bottles, I was entirely cured. J. M. WELDEN. Sample bottle 5 cents at 0. F. Jrl ulnteman's. , Ctsre for Sick Beadaeht. For proof that Dr. Gunn's Improved Liver Pills cures Sick Headache, ask your drug- Jut for a free trial paokage. Only one fora doss. Regular slse boxes 25 cents. Sold by C. F. Hslnteman. Heiuty ana Influence. A wife, mother or daughter should strive to be beautiful, for It Increases her power tor aood yet many impose upon us a rough, callow and repulsive complexion, when a a single application of Ctmellne will re move all defects. Camellne, white or pink, price fifty cents, Abletene ointment. ABTBTKMS is produced ln the northern oerto[Butte county, Cal., and combining with it Vaseline and other Therapeutic L.«iits we challenge the world to produce Snnhiug to eaual A* BIETENE OINTMENT to/old iores. Ulcers. Bait Rheum, Corns, Ohllblalus, Fevet Sores. Chapped Hands, flancers Burnt, Ring Worms, Bleedlnu, BUrfdV' wMng and Ulcerated Piles and all eruptions of the Skin. Price 25 cents. Sold by 0. F. Helnseman. Tlte Original «„ 'ac Ointment la pnt up ln two ounce Ablk. .„ ___ v Bn absolute cure for old * ln DO burns, wounds, salt rhenm, fe snapped hands and aU skin erup ver seres, ji. positively cure all kinds of "Jons. * m ,„ F *he Original Abietine Olnt •*«••• boxes. Price, 26 cents. ; Fo"r s'aSbJPreSa A Hance, Druggists, 77 *_i jg'M.Yprlng street .ii »«n«naMe dealers keep Damiana Bl •teiV. Michel Levy A Co.. wholesale Uquo ""aSwvTwf- for dyspepsia-DamUn Bluer?Michel Levy « Co., wholesale Hq Soothe* and Heal* The combination of Ablotine Balsam sn< Mountain Balm In Santa AMo aootbea an< heals the membrane of tbe lungs, lntlame< and polsouea by disease. It prevents nigh sweats and tightness across the chest, cure coughs, croup, asthma, phthisic, pneumo nla, hoarseness, lobs of voloe. and alllec complaints U-e undirected; if the eflcc desired is not produced, money will be re funded by C. li. Hancc. DR. FLINTS heart REMEDY TREATISE JJ.MACK&Cft Whenever j\>u fee! an uneaslno3s in the region ot tho heart, asl.ght pain ln tho shoulder, am or uaCcr tlio sir filler blades or when you teA 3*ot:rsc!f Ghort cf breath whsn exorcising, oss your heart has nerlodsof healing fast, yoa Jilvo heart disci.-)", w'nd nhj.tld t.i'..ol>r. Flint'sHcirV Remedy. fI.M. 1 -wwlpUvo treJy with t nax bot'io, or mailed it o. HAMBUScTfIGS. Then is no r-aucdy V'l'.i. h can rival Hamburg Flgsforthreurc of mns:li>atioi,lndices tion and sie!:-hoadache. Their anion :a prompt and elncient aa thei .* tasM is pleasant. 26 cents, /.toil drugglsto, or addreso .J. J. MACK it <J9i Band 11 Fro»<-. sr.. San Fmnclsiy-, 3ASH PRICES ! CASn PRICES WE LEAD! Let those Who Can Follow, book at These for Low Prices AT— KENTON'S New ttrocery, 101 8. Spring; St. Irown Flour worth (1 66 at II 45 :»pitol Flour " 146 at 186 i'A lbs Granulated Sugar.. " 110 at 100 0 bars Babbit's Sisp " 125 at ICO cans Ass'ted Table Fruit.. " 150 at 126 cani Ass'ted Pie Fruit " 125 at 90 lb box Duryea's Starch.... " 70 at 65 lb Choice Tea " 75 at 60 lb Choice Tea " 60 at 50 lb Choice Tea " 50 at 40 -gallon cans Tomatoes " 276 at 288 fallen cans Ass. Pie fruits " 2so st 226 b mixed Nts '... " 25 at 15 WE ALSO HAVE A FULLL LINE OF ! ANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES, CHOICE CONFECTIONERY, Cioabs and Tobacco, Finb Tea, Pure Coffee and Spices aspcclalty LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. GEO. D. KENYON, 161 South Spring St., Los Angeles. mrlB-lm Los Angeles Board of Trade and—- Los Angeles Produce Exchange Building Bonds. SUBSCRIPTION BOOKB FOR THE ABOVE bonds are now open at the following places: Farmers' and Merchants' Bank, First National Bank, Los Angeles County Bank, Los Anreles Nstfonal Bank, Southern California National Bank, Los Ange'es Savings Bank, Savings Bank of Southern California, Childress Safe Deposit Bank, Hayden Lewis Co., Seymour & Johnson, Germain Fruit Company. These bonds are issued for the purpose of erecting a building for tbe joint use of the two organizations, will bear 6 per cent, in terest per annum (net), payable semi-an nually, and will be secured by first mort gage on the property and building to be purchased and erected. Parties desiring to subscribe to ssid bonds can do so by calling at any of the above banks, or upon ths undersigned. S. B. LEWIS. M. H.JOHNSON, EUGENE GERMAIN, m2G-lm Trustees. THE PACIFIC INCUBATOR! (k«MV rf GOLD MEDAL &]wk£#'<iA At tn e BTATE FAIR SAC an( j Bt tht JmfJ MECHANICS'INSTITUTE tmm Sal FAIR of 1884, 1885 and 1381 WjEM y Jsj_f_ovei all competitors as tb< rkllm Bkst Machinb Made. will lintch auy kind o* g^s^ sw eggs better than a hen. PACIFIC COAST AGENCY for the celebra ted SILVER-FINISH, GALVANIZED WIRE NETTING, the best and cheapest rabbit Sroof fencing in the world. The WILSON ONE and SHELL MILL and the AMER ICAN MEAT CHOPPER. Poultry appli ances of every kind, and every variety ol Land and Water Fowls can be found at the Oakland Poultry Yards, the oldest and largest establishment on the Pacific Coast. The PACIFIC COAST POULTER ERS' HAND BOOK and GUIDE, Price 40 cents. Send 2-cent stamp for illustrated 60 -psge catalogue to the PACIFIC INCUBA TOR CO., 1347H Castro street, Oakland, Cal. )aBO-8m ROYAL & GROSVENOR, BIRGAINS IN REAL ESTATE. 115 W. First Street, Los Angeles. tllOO—Lot 60x100 Longstreet tract, Madison avenue. 2250—L0t 60x166 Flower St., near Eleventh. 900—Lots Estrella avenue, Park Villatraot. 860— Lot in Urmston treat; a bargain. 1100—Lot cor. Deepwator and Pearl streets. 950—Lot 58x218 cor. Virgin and Montreal. 1050—Lot Arlington Bt., Bonnie Brae tract. 400 to 1650—Lots In Sherman tract. 2260—Tw0 lots 60x190 on Klgueroa st reet 1000 each—Three lots on Roulaud St., near Flgseroa. DM—Lot on Jenkins street, nr. Grand aye. 1000— Lot 50x160 on York st., near Figueroa. 550 to »600—Lots on Bryant st. nr. Figueroa 400— Lot 60x125 Nles tract, Orchard avo. 200x200 feet cor. Montgomery and Figueroa 850—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., nesr Figueroa. 500 each—Two lots on Seymour street. 4000—House of 6 room on Sixth street. For Rent—Office, good location, cheap. mrlS-lm LAND FOR SALE! t A Ail ACREB OF LAND IN THE 4UUU Santa Maria valley. AU farming land, fenced ready for cultivation. Artesian Well With (food How ol water, 176 feet deep. Only three miles from the depot. Price BSO 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 » READ, Santa Maria, Santa Barbara county ' Cal. , ■ | Ses map at office of J. B. HALLOW AY 1 49 Tempi* block, Los Angeles. mrlt-lm Cure for Piles. FILES are frequently preceded by a sense of weight In the back, loins and lower part of the abdomen, causing tho patient to sup pose he baa gome affection of the kidneys or neighboring organs. At times, symptoms of indigestion arc prosent, flatulency, un easiness of the stomach, etc A moisture like perspiration, producing a very disa greeable itching, after getting warm, is a oommon attendant Blind, bleeding and Itching piles yield at once to the application 3f Dr. Bosanko's Pile Remedy, which acts llreclly upon the parts affected, absorbing he tumors, allaying the Intense itching, md effecting a permanent cure. Prloe 60 lents. Address the Bosanko Medloine Co., Plqna, 0. Sold by E. F. Helnzeman. Heart Itlaeaee. Read the hospital reports, read the mor uary reports, rod the medtsal publics ions, read the daily newspapers, and learn low wide-spread is heart disease, how lifflonlt of detection it is to most people, low many aud how sudden are the deaths t causes. Then read Dr. Flint's Treatise on Heart Disease: and learn what it la, what sautes it, what diseases it gives rise 10, vhat its symptoms are, and how it may be ittacked. If yon find that you have heart liscase, ask your diuggist for a bottle of )i< Flint's Heart Remedy. The treatise nay be had on application to J.J. MACK a CO., Nos. 9 and 11 Front street, S, F. Titer Never rail. California's scenery cannot be surpassed n the world, with her beautiful evergreeu 'alleys and her continuous snow capped nouutains. Abietcne Is produced on one of he mountains that intervene between the wo. It has been demonstrated beyond the losslbility of doubt that Ablotene has great nedicinal properties, both as an external ud Internal remedy, and we also claim we lave ln ABIETENE COUGH BALSAM, AB ETENE OINTMENT, FRYER'S ABIE 'ENE and Abietcne aud Verba Santa Cough Sandy, remedies that never fall. See clrou ar with each remedy. Sold by C. F. lelnzem.au. A Good Nurae ihould not hesitate to wait upon those 11 Fith such diseases as Smallpox, Cholera or esrlct Fever. There is lit lo to be feared y persons waiting on the s'ck if they will se Darby's Prophylactic Fluid freely. In ick-rooms ft should be exposed ou a plate r saucer, and the patient sponged off with he Fluid diluted. For safety, cleanliness ud comfort in the sick room the Fluid is d spensable. IMPOTENC V iv Man or Woman cured by lilmore's Aromatic Wine. C.F. Helnzeman gent, Los Angeles, LADIES, is life and health worth preserv ig? If you think so, use Oilmore's Aro latic Wine. C. F. Helnzeman, agent, Los .ngeles. REV.E.J. WHITNEY.of Clarkson.N. V., iys Oilmore's Aromatic Wine for Female reaknees, stands without a rival. G. F. telnzeman, agent, Los Angeles. SHILOH'S CATARRH REMEDY—a post ive cure for Catarrh, Dlptherla and Canker [outh. C. F. Helnzeman, agent, Los An cles. SHILOH'S CURE will immediately re leve Croup, Whooping Congh aud Bionch tls. 0. F. Helnzeman, agent, Los Angeles THE RKV. GEO. H. THAYER, ol Bour on, Ind.,says: "Both myself and wife owe nr lives to SHILOH'S CONSUMPTION !URB." C. F. Helnzeman, agent, Los An cles. FOR DYSPEPSIA and I iver Complaint ou have a printed guarantee on every ottle of Shiloh's Vitalizer. It never fails } cure. 0. F. Helnzeman, agent, Los An cles. GIVE YOUR CHILDREN, for Coughs and 'olds, Croup, Whooping Cough and Hoarse ess, Oilmore's Magnetic Elixir. 0. F. leiuzeman, agent, Los Angeles. BEY. H B. EWELL, of Pavilion, N. V, ays of Oilmore's Aromatic Wines "I be ieve It to be the a most desirable remedy to c placed iv every family." C. F. HEINZE IAN, Agent, Los Angeles. Every well dressed man should wea lagleson's perfect fitting shirt-collars, cuff nc neckwear Ladles who are troubled with cramps an ervousness should dtink Damiaoa Bitters Is pleasant to take. You will never have a soar stomach if yon lsc Damiana Bitters If yru wants good appetite drink Dam I na Bitters. Michel Levy & Co., wholesale Iquor dealers, agents. The Mexican remedy for diseases ot the idncys aud bladder la Damiana Bitters. fichel Levy A Co., wholesale rates. E B. CARR, of Daggetts Mills, Pa., says he laved the life of his cbild with croup bi using Gilmore's Magnctio Elixir. 0. F Helnzeman agent, Los Angeles. A Safeguard. The fatal rapidity with which slight I'oids and Coughs frequently develop nto the gravest maladies of tne throat tnd lungs, id a consideration which should mpel every prudent person to keep at land, as a household remedy, a bottle of VYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL. Nothing else gives such immediate relief md works so sure a cure iv all affections >f this class. That eminent physician, Prof. F. Sweetzer, of the Maine Medical school, Brunswick, Me., says:— "Medical science has produced no other ano iyne expectorant so good as Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. It is Invaluable for diseases of the .broat and lungs. 1 * , i The same opinion is expressed by the ,vell-Uno\vn Dr. L. J. Addison, of Chicago, ill., who says:— "I have never found, In thirty-five years of sontinuous study and practice of medicine, any preparation of so great value as Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, for treatment of diseases of the hroat and lungs. It not only breaks up colds md cures severe coughs, but is more effective han anything else in relieving even tho most icrious bronchial and pulmonary affections." AVER'S Cherry Pectoral Is not a new claimant for popular confi dence, but a medicine which is to-day saving tho lives of tbe third generation who have come into being since it was Bret offered to the public. There is not a household in which this invaluable remedy has once been in troduced where its uso has ever been abandoned, and there is not a person who has ever given it a proper trial 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 obstinate cases of chronic Bronchitis, Laryngitis, and even acute Pneumonia, ana has saved many patients in the earlier stages of Pulmonary Consumption. It is a medicine that only requires to be taken in small doses, is pleasant to the taste, and is needed in every house where there are children, as there is nothing so good as AVER'S CHERRY PECTORAL for treat ment of Croup and Whooping Cough. These aro aH plain facts, which can bo verified by anybody, and should be re membered by everybody. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, PREPARED BY Or. J. O. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all Druggists. Newcastle Fruit Laod, PLACER COUNTY. PARTIES DEBIRINO TO PURCHASE fruit land in Placer county, ln the neighborhood of Newcastle, will do well to correspond with tbe undersigned, as he has a argo number of Improved and unlm firoved farms, from S to MO acres, ranging n price from 0 per acre up. ROBERT JONES, mrlfi-tf Newcastle Cal. Californa Roses. Strong, vigorous, well-rooted plants; alsc Fucshlas, Verbenas.Oeraniums.llellotropet or Chrysanthemums, in variety. All nine sorts, 18 forai OU—mvselection: free bj mall; all labeled. Cash with the order Address to W. A. T. HTRA'I TUN, apr.4 im. Petaluma, Cal. LOS ANGELES PAVING COMPANY SIDEWALKS, GARDEN WALKS, FLOOR) and all varieties of Cement and Stood work, Tetseiated Pavements and Tile laid. Office, 114 W. First St.. Nadean block mr J lm B. A. BAXTOM. Manager. LOS AK6ELEB DAILY HEBALti. APltlL 17. 188f. DKNTISTS. 1882~!r8TABLI8HED—1882, L. W.~WELLS, DENTAL ROOMS NO. 23 SOUTH SPRHN street, Roeder Block. Teeth extraotei without paiu. Special attention paid t Ailing teeth. ' Dll tf Dre. C. & i f.iik Stevens Thebes set of teeth tt, on Celluloid oi Rubber. Painless extraction of Teeth bj Nitrous Oxide Oas or Vitalised Air. Flat Oold Fillings a specialty. All operations al Eastern prioes and guaranteed . Booms 18 and 10 Schumacher Block, op posite P O. Open Sundays! rora 9to 12.; mvStf SALOONS. TheBOUQTJB7 X 7 Cemercial St, TOM SHAW. Nervous Debility, Seminal Weak, ties*, Exnantied vitality, Lost Tlanbood, and all the terrible effects ol lelf-abuse and excesses ln maturer years, inch as nocturnal emissions, l"sa of mem >ry, dimness of vision, aversion to society, he vital fluid -passing unobserved ln the irine, and other symptoms that lead to in isnity and death. Young* and middle, agrtrd men suffering from the above mould consult us at once. Cure (guar anteed In all Case*. t onsulta. lion free. Chemical analysis, lnclndlni .horough micr".flopic examination of tht irine, |5. given in al ;ascs. We f urnisn Ano Ureal Eiigllst- Keinedy, Sir Astley Cooper's Vi tal Bestoratlve at IB a bottle or foui lmes the quantity, $10. SAMPLE BOTTLE FREE 0 any one stating symptoms, sex and age iddress ENGLISH MEDICAL WIS PENKABY, No. II Kearny Street, inn Franclscn. Cal. df Soutliern Headquarters iACKSON'S NAPA SODA SPRINGS! 1 Pure mineral Water Bottled Iv Its Own Gas. ANALYSIS OF THE WATER. remporaturo Fahrenheit 68dg» tesldne from the evaporation of a gallon 68.76 gn licarbonate of Soda __ larbouatc of Magnesia ...96.15 larbonate of Lime 10 8! Chloride of Sodium 5.2< iubcarbonate of Iron 7.8< Sulphate of Soda I.B< Jilicious Acid 0.6! alumina 0.61 TESTIMONIALS. We, the undersigned physicians, practic :ng in tho city of San Francisco, have ex tmined the result of the analysis made bj Dr. L. Ltsssweert, practical chemist, of thi water of Napa Soda Springs ot Napa. Tht water, according to this examination, pos sesses aperient, anti-acid and fine tonic jropcrties, which cannot fall to be vcrj jeneflclal in the treatment of chronic dis ■uses and affording a pleasant, healthful md invigorating beverage: H. M Gray. \. F. Sawyer, John F. Morse, Arthur B. "tout, William O. Ayers, H. Gibbons, Chas. ■lertody, F. A. Holman, A. J. Bowie, J. P. iVhitney, J. Fourgeaud, W. F. McNutt. 110 First Street, Nadeau Block, LOS ANGELES, CAL. Mr Families Supplied at Residence. JaaMf GARDE MAHONY, Agent "buhach, rHE CALIFORNIA INSECT POWDER - 13 THE ONLY ABSOLUTELY — Pure and Effective Insect Powdei In the Market It can be used with perfeo safety, ns it is perfectly harmless to mai md beaa', although Kemarkably Destructive to Al Kinds of Insect Life. -AVOID ALL— Adulterations and Imitations —AND— BUY BUHAOH IN THE OBIGINAI PACKAGES, And protect yourselves from the annoyance caused by bouse dies, mosquitoo, ants, bed bugs, cockroaches, etc. Directions accompany each package. None genuine without this trade Manufactured Solely mark. " **ißl—~\. I -BY TUB— Butaach Produclni • and manuf'g Co., STOCKTON, Cal. Branch Office: 25 Aw Sold by Grocers an J*££i a | Dmggiats everywhere. - ' a2-3m COOKE & WISEMAN BOOK BINDERS. BLANK BOOKS A SPECIALTY 75 N. Spring St, Loi Angeles. octB tf NOTICE TO TBE PUBLIC. ON AND AFrKR THIS DATE I WII not be responsible for any debts co tracted by my trite, llten Blsaiaa, she ha tog left my bed and board without Ju cause. S. BISAZZA, Chicago Restaurant, 126 8. Spring st I Los Angeles, April 5, ISB7. apS-lm LAND Aln I) TOWN" TEA^^ Ten Ulllc* from l.os Angeles—Finest Garden anil Fruit Laud—Good Water Blent—Tne Lsusd mrnmtmt for itself Uo aud see It. l'rlce, from wioo to 150 i»er acre. For particulars. Inquire of "Jj POMEEOY & GATES, 19 Court Street, Los Anjrele .Oil JVC ELR O SzTTI COME AND VISIT THIS LATEST CANDIDATE FOR PUBLIC FAVd| It is "FAIR MELROSE," immediately adjoining the city en the west, and will stand impaction bf'Ml light as well as by moonlight. The land is of the finest quality, the water abundant and already piped Ifcifjf the tract. Also an abundance of PURE SOFT WATER within 15 feet of the surface. The air, fresh < ocean, is as the breath of the spring. The lots are large, streets wide and straight. £W~Tlie Dummy Line of Bailroad Is Being- Constructed Through tho Tract f"sWi la The property is good security for the price, so the terms will be easy. The first 50 lots sold will be sold NH one-fourth cash, balance in 6,12 and 18 months. Interest at 8 per cent, per annum. M 0 A map of tbe tract and a certificate of title given with every lot. Lots GO feet front from $200 to sjfjjH e ach. Free conveyance every day at any time. Now don't delay, but come at once, for first come first SorHK Call on or address ! M. L. WICKS. Oor. Court and Main Streets. j n. K.gLINULEY, Room «;.. 16 K. Spilng St., er J. P. HcVABTHV, 13 «Nt rinl Hlßh J . . apß-lm GAFFEY & 120 N. Main Street, Rooms 7 and 8, Los Angeles, Cal. - J / VENTURA, \ saNta cruz, I _ m :m FINE LANDS IN< kERN, NGELES ' Pto ?1 I FRESNO and I AtW. M \ MONTEREY Counties. ) | faff-Also Elegant Bargains ln IMPROVED and UNIMPROVED PBOPIKITIB *JM puts of this city. i ••>_ epgJT-EASTERN TOURISTS visiting the Coast should not fall to call aaatJaM purchasing. Residence and Business Properties Rented and cared for. sjMfjtPßt .3) ami. aa * X By GRAND ANNOUNCEMENT ! | TBE lIEOPENINU OF THE *j California Auction Store, North of tbe New Postoffiee, with a ,1 COMPLETE STOCK OF GOODS WHERE WE HOPE TO SEE ALL OUR OLD PATRONS. i 1 Prices to suit the times-Oiir motto will positively be " Quick Salea and Small j_\__\W- I g_of~ \v. It AItItIS Sc CO., of the California Auction Storo.^fJi,:^ Remember the place, north of the uew Postofflce. Opening day on tha Miasm! aps-lm . . : v,a , . . .. "Bigg!-?^ ' MTSTEAM LITHOGRAPHIC PRESSES. || RUAL ESTATE MAPS • ;>» A BPECIAITY. ' ffll HOME INDUSTRY. if . Schmidt Label and Lithographic Co. J | «T"DOWNET BLOCK, * M LOS ANGELES, M K. RbWSBaWJ^^H apis—lm 9 ■ ]_a BOSTON WALL PAPER HOu|j| 3» SOUTH SPRING STREET. ,fJ BEST SELECTED STOCK OF PAPER HANUINOS IU *M |fl ESTIMATES FURNISHED OM APPLICATION. ..^J^^H H. J. SHOULTERS, H^H aplif-lm Tsrmorty st' *^s*lsMM^B FOR SALE The Lick Tract TWO OF THE CHOICEST 20-Acre Pieces. MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE. CALL IMMEDIATELY ON Bradshaw & Zellner, 33 SOUTH SPRING STREET, ROOM 83. mrlB-if FREE TESTS ! ! "Carbolic Smoke Ball" I TRADE MARK I The "SMOKE BALL," In connection wIU tbe "DKBELLATOK" (A purely vegetablt treatment), cures CATARRH, ASTHMA NEURALGIA, BRONCHITIS, CATARRHAI DEAFNESS and HEADACHE, 80R1 TIIKOAT, GRANULATED LIDS, SOUI EYES, and all HEAD, THROAT and LUNf- TROUBLES. CARBOLIC SMOKE BALL CO., Hon. 3 and 4, over 88 N> Spring Street, Loa Angeles. OFFICE HOURS: Week Days from, » a. m. to 8 r. it. SONDAYB FROM 2t04 P. M. Ms9~ SEPARATE APARTMENTS FOB LADIES, who aie requested to call between the hours of 10 a. m. and 6 p. m. to avoid the crowd. n&-8m THE MILTON ROUTE — TO YO SEMITE Is 70 miles the shortest, 24 hours travel the less, and $20 less in fare than any other. WARNER BROS., Ticket Agents, 30* North Main St, Los Angeles. THO3. T. WALTON, Oen'l Art., 188 Mont gomery St., San Francisco. m24-tt I—i—— TO TEACHERS AND fa**-SCHOOL OFFICEBS.-^a THE ANNUAL TEACHERS' INSTITUTE of Los Angeles county will convene in Los Angeles on , Monday, April 18, 1881. And Continue in Session Five Days. I The Institute will meet for organization at 11 o'clock a. M. In the Masonic Hall, en i trance 25 North Main street, where the 1 afternoon and evening sessions will be held for loctures, essays and discussions The morning sessions will b« devoted to " actionwo "*< » UQ wln 06 held 1" "1? BprlDg , Sweet School. All >fr'^ d .t , „d lheC " nle of education are cordially #*«| AMANi apl2-7t Ooaa tySu oerlntendent, IRON PIPE! 40,000 l^XJnX^ sale aheap, to slose business, j E.T.STBEN, 618 Market Street, San rranclseo. apv-Wt