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THE COURTS.
Departments No. 1 and 2-UardU
iter, J.
Estate of Ernest Whittaker, deceased
—Probate of will admitted; letters of ad
ministration granted.
Estate of P. H. Thompson, deceased-
Petition for letters of administration
granted to A. B. Astrim; bond, $8000.
Estate of C. M. Flanders, deceased—
Final distribution; account approved and
allowed; distribution as prayed for.
Estate of P. G. de Bojorquez, deceased
—Petition for sale of realty continued
one week.
Estate of Antonio Luchetti, a minor-
Letters of guardianship; petition granted;
bond, $2000.
Estate of Frederick Dorsey, deceased —
Probate of will continued to July 3d, 10
A. M.
Leonis vs. Lefnngwell—Motion to re
tax costs continued.
SET FOR TO-DAY.
To plead: Ah Louie, Ah Jim, Ah Fou,
An Sing, C. R. Hale.
For sentence: William Ben.
To be set for trial: People vs. Chas.
Dunn, Benno Schmidt, James Callahan,
E. C. Hutchins, John Busk et al.
Department No. 3—O'Melveny, J.
Alfred C. Watts and Jos. Bickel ad
mitted to citizenship. ;
Order issued for a special venire of ten
jurors returnable Monday. July 9th.
People vs. B. A. Stephens—At 10:30 i
a. m. the jury announced that they were
unable to agree. The Court gave them i
further instructions and at 11 a. m. they
again retired to the jury room, at 12:30
p. m. they returned a verdict ot guilty.
On being polled one of the jury desired
to make an explanation. Permission to do
so was denied by the Court and Col.
Weils, counsel for the defense, made ex
ceptions. Time for sentence fixed for
Monday July 9th. i
Herman F. Hawdry vs. Josephine
Hawdry—Decree ordered as prayed for ,
in complaint.
Chilson vs. Burckam—Ordered that
plaintiff have leave to take papers in said
case for the purpose of engrossing state
ment on motion for |a new trial.
Recess until July 9th.
Department No. 4—Hutton, j.
Judges Gardiner, O'Melveny and Hut
ton sat in bank to rearrange the calendar
for the July term trial session. i
The following causes were passed for
the session:
Dominguez vs. Huse et al.—lnjunction.
Parker vs. Cohn—To quiet title. (
Louis vs. Mesa —To quiet title.
Barclay et al., Medlin et al.—To quiet
title.
Phelan vs. Pallet—Partition.
Frankel vs. Hellman—Promissory note.
Baldwin vs. Welch—Possession.
Azusa Water Developing Co. vs. Mar- (
shall —Injunction.
Waterhouse vs. Huckins —Damages.
McPherson vs. L. A. County Bank — .
Account.
Alvarado vs. Nordholt—To quiet title. ,
Garibaldi vs. Fulton et al.—lnjunction.
Eschelbach vs. Eschelbach —Services.
Spencer vs. Chelf —Account.
Figueroa vs. Leidel—Possession.
Reed vs. Morton et al. —Contract. 1
Hewes vs. Germain Fruit Company—
Damages.
Cordano vs. Whariet et al.—Damages.
Avilia vs. Bragg—Possession.
Kelley et al. vs. Matlock —Promissory .
note.
McCulloch vs. Whiting—Account.
Germain Fruit Company vs. W. N. Til
& Co. —Damages.
Hall vs. Weyse—Attachment.
Schramon vs. Southern Pacific Railway
Company—Damages.
Davis vs. Harris—Damages.
Crow vs. Belz —Qniet title.
Fleck vs. Kirkton and Schurtz—Labor.
Brown & Foster Hardware Co. vs.
Olrnstead—Mechanics' lien.
Maloney vs. Powelson —Account.
Baker vs. Brown—Contract.
Podgham vs. Reuter et al.—Attach
ment.
Clark vs. Clark —Divorce.
Smith et al. vs. Baker—Contract.
Henderson vs. Los Angeles and Glen
dale Railway Company—lnjuries.
Palmer et al. vs Aguirre—Claim and
delivery.
Harsh vs. Winters—Note.
Abstract Title and Insurance Company
vs. Boyce et al.—Account.
Kerchoff Cuzner Manufacturing and
Lumber Company vs. Scammon —Ac-
count.
Smith et al. vs. Stewart—Attachment.
Baker vs. Brown —Annul contract.
Macneil vs. Geo. Morgan—lnjunction.
Ogden vs. McLaughlin—Quiet title.
Hellman vs. Weyse etal. —Foreclosure.
Storrs vs. Elmo et al.—Foreclosure.
Union Publishing Company vs. -Whit
taker—Account.
Buckingham vs. Chadwick.
Pico et al. vs. Taylor—Foreclosure.
Lichtenberger vs. Zobelein —Note.
Baker Iron Works vs. Edgmont Land
and Water Company—Attachment.
Breakey vs. Lammert et al—Lien.
Ellis vs. California Southern and
Arizona Freight and Passenger Transfer
Company—Damages.
Pendleton & Williams vs. Cline—Ac
count.
Shatto vs. Crocker—Damages.
Perham vs. Creditors.
Smith vs. Masters—Possession.
Irilary vs. Irilary—Divorce.
Taniere et al. vs. Schmidt et al.—Ac
count.
Kerby vs. California Central Railroad
Company—Damages.
Sanchez vs. Rheim et al.—Quiet title.
Pico vs. Olivas—Ejectment.
Davenport et al. vs. Sketchley et al. —
Claim.
Kauffman vs. Mane et al.—Damages.
Scott vs. McCartney et al.—Quiet title.
Rupert vs. Kays.
Chicago Brewing 'Co. vs. Guisner.
Wright et al. vs. Dorsey—quiet title.
Balorim vs. Bill—s cases.
Briggs vs. Driggs.
Bartholomew vs. Barman.
Abbott vs. Johnson et al.
Allen vs. San Jose Land and Water
Co.
Johnson vs. Ivins.
The following cases were passed in
formally :
Haley vs. Haley—Divorce.
Brandt vs. Clark et al.
Gage vs. Hubbell et al.
Jackson vs. Quane.
Maldin vs. Maldin.
Leys vs. Leys.
Weyse vs. Crawford.
Endel vs. Gottschalk.
Stricken from the calendar:]
| jßuhler vs. Tow—Dis. Parts.
Levan vs. Lindley et al.
Short vs. Crosby—Claim and deliv
ery-
Brown and Foster Hardware Co. vs.
Pratt et al.—Mechanic's Hen.
Perry vs. Pratt etal.—Mechanic's lien.
Wagner and Company vs. Creditors.
In re guardianship of Jane Weir, in
competent.
Le Long vs. Eyrand—Quiet title.
SET FOB DEPARTMENT NO. 2.
Root & Urns Music Co. vs. Chadwick
—July 29.
Rich vs. Burbank et al—September 25.
Fairview Development Co. vs. Kent
et al—September 26.
Charles vs. Eare—September 27,
THE LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD. TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 3, 1888.
Rogers vs. Freeman—September 28.
Ritchie vs. Bose —September 29.
Winters vs. Montano et al —September
11.
Newhall vs. Reuter—September 12.
Smith assignee vs. Kayes—September
13.
Schallert-Ganahl Lumber Co. vs. Ellis
—July 5.
Knecht vs. Peachy—September 15.
Beaudry vs. Knox—September 24.
Arneson vs. Gillette—September 14.
Hall vs. Los Angeles County—Septem
ber 21.
Snow vs. Patton—September 10.
Grosvenor vs. McCarthy—September
17.
Perkins vs. Wakeman—September 21.
Tolman vs. Smith—September 10.
Luco vs. Baker—September 11.
Ryan vs. Bernard—July 10.
SET FOR DEPARTMENT NO. 3.
Dill vs. Palmer—September 8.
Kin Wo Lung vs. Joyce—September 10.
Dykes vs. Van Every—September 11.
First National Bank vs. Bragg—Sep
tember 12th.
McKinley vs. Thomas — September
28th.
Ferner vs. Evening Express Co.—Sep
tember 20th.
Smith, Hiddons & Co. vs. Chad wick-
September 21st.
Hinckley vs. California Central Rail
road Company—September 22d.
DeWitt vs. Look—July 9th.
Wetherman vs. Goodwin et al. —Sep-
tember 24th.
Bolen Coal Co. vs. Chadwick—Sep
tember 25th.
Hudson vs. Kintz—September 13th.
Boyce vs. Bragg—September 13th.
Seaman vs. Bragg—September 13th.
Boyce vs. Times-Mirror Co. —Septem-
ber 18th.
Koster vs. Bragg—September 14th.
Koster vs. White—September 14th.
Crane Bros. Manufacturing Co. vs.
Gladstone Improvement Co.—July 3d.
Garrett vs. California Central Railroad
Co.—September 26th.
Coenen vs. Los Angeles Cable Rail
way Co.—September 27th.
Crowell vs. Lysaght—September 4th.
L. B. Whittier ana Los Angeles Rail
road Co. vs. Baker et al.—September 7th.
Woodard vs. Wood—September sth.
Yerian vs. Linkletter —July 10th.
Doyle et al. vs. Zarate—July 11th.
Allen vs. Aguirre—July 12th.
Boyce vs. Times-Mirror Co.—Septem
ber 17th.
Harris vs. Woollacott—September 6th.
SET KOR DEPARTMENT NO. 4.
Vejar vs. Mound City Land and Water
Company—September 19.
Hudson vs. Bovard—September 29.
Kerckhoif vs. Eddy et al.—July 10.
Haralson vs. Delano—September 28.
Brown vs. Wheeler —July 11.
O'Reilly vs. O'Reilly—September 28.
Apponyi vs. McLain & Lehman —Sep-
tember 27.
Durgin vs. Neal et al.—September 26.
Latham vs. City of Los Angeles—Sep
tember 25-.
Dobson et al. vs. Kerkow & Schurtz—
September 22.
Taylor vs. Arnaz—July 11.
Mitchell vs. Dennis—September 15.
Sindlinger vs. Kerkow & Schurtz —
September 18.
Pitman et al. vs. Turner et al. —Sep-
tember 18.
Hay vs. Richards et al.—September
14.
Popplewell vs. Chase et al.—Septem
ber 14.
Edgrift vs. Pratt et al.—September 13.
Brooks et al. vs. Wicks et al.—Septem
ber 5.
Strohn vs. Auzor—September 6.
Pratt vs. Pratt et al. —September 13.
Lewis vs. Lewis —September 7.
Exchange Bank of Elsinore vs. Rig
gins—September 5.
People vs. Gamier—July 5.
Neal vs. Aguirre—September 12.
Cate vs. Cate—July 6.
Hayward vs. Hopkins et al.—July 7.
Lanterman. et al. vs. Bartel—Septem
ber 8.
Speedy vs. Speedy—July 12.
Lewis vs. Lewis—September 7.
Valdez vs. Sepulveda—July 13.
Hall et al. vs. Williams et al.—Sep
tember 14.
Fulton vs. James—September 15.
Case vs. Records —July 3.
Burks vs. Davis—July 14.
Burks vs. Dresti—July 14.
New Cases.
Brown and Foster Hardman Co. vs.
C. H. Howl and et al., stockholders in
the Los Angeles Electric Railway Com
pany—Complainants allege that there is
due them from said Electric Railway
Company $400.82 for materials furnished;
that the same company is indebted to
the Southern California Lumber Com
pany for a balance of $311.48, and to
Whittier, Fuller & Co., 311.95, which ac
counts have been duly assigned to the
complainants in this action, wherefore
complainants ask judgment against the
several stockholders in proportion to the
relative amount of total stock held by
each, the aggregate of said claims being
$1160.85.
Fred. Enevoldsen vs. Eugene Jordan—
Plaintiff asks judgment for $375, for
furnishing plans, specifications, etc., for
defendant's house in San Pedro.
Providencia Land, Water and Develop
ment Co. vs. Chas. H. Williams—Plain
tiffs sold defendant lots 9, 12,14 and 16,
in the town of Burbank, and all the pay
ments on which not having been met as
they became due, plaintiffs now bring
action to recover possession of the prem
ises, forfeits, etc.
John Vorwerk vs. C. A. Nolte —Plain-
tiff alleges that on the 24th day of June,
1887, he gave defendant $3,750, on con
sideration that in one year from that date
the principal was to be restored, together
with interest at the rate of 3 per cent, per
month, but that defendant has failed to
pay either principal or interest, where
fore judgment is asked in accordance
with the aforesaid allegation.
Pio Pieo vs. Merced Abbott et al.—To
show cause of title to a tract of land lying
on the old Mission road.
Dr. llo.mbii.Ko
In his new discovery for Consumption, suc
ceeded in producing a medicine which is
acknowledged by all to be simply marvelous.
It is exceedingly pleasant to the taste, per
fectly harmless, and does not sicken. In all
cases of Consumption, Coughs, Colds. Whoop
ing Cough, Croup, Bronchitis, and Pains in the
Chest, it has given universal satisfaction. Dr.
Bosanko's Cough and .Lung Syrup is sold at SO
cents by C. H. Hance, 79 North Spring street
ADVICE TO MOTHERS.
Mra. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING BYRUP«hou,d
always be used for CHILDREN TKETHINO.
It SOOTHES tho CHILD, SOFTENS the OUMS,
allays all pain, CURES WIND COLIC, and la
tbeBEST REMEDY for DIARUHajA. TWEN
TY-FIVE CENTS A BOTTLE.
ARE YOU MADE miserable by Indigestion,
Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of Appetite, Yel
low Skin? Shlloh's Vitallzer is a positive cure.
The Vienna Buffet, with its energetic man
agement aud excellent kitchen, is the leading
place in the city. _
CROUP, WHOOPING COUGH and Bron
chitis immediately relieved by Shiloh's Cure
Sold by C. F. Heiezeman.
Physicians say that Hungarian food is ex
ceedingly nourishing. It can be found at the
Vienna Buffet, cor. Main and Requena Btreets.
Some very fine maple sugar and syrup re
ceived by H. Jevne, 38 and 40 North Spring
street.
The best meal in Redondo Beach is at the
Dew Drop, Twenty-five cents.
Overland Restaurant.
We would call the attention of the public to
the opening of If. Bruce «fc Co.'a restaurant,
No. 28 East First street to-day, June 17, 1888.
This place will be first-class in all its appoint
ments. Open day and night. Private rooni6
for ladies. Best French cooks.
Canned Lunch Goods
Of A 1 quality now come in well for summer
use, at H. Jevne's. 38 and 40 North Spriug
street.
AMI'NEMENTS.~~
HALL? ~
MONDAY EVENINgTjULY 2, 1888,
ELOCUTIONARY RECITAL
MISS MAMIE SHORT AND PUPILS,
ASSIBTED BY
MISS WILLIAMS
And the following Musical Artists:
Mrs. WIUIOBOD, Miss Lockhart, Miss Mess
more and Miss Ork.
Recitations.
Scenes, in costume, from "King John" and
"School for scandal."
Comedietta, "Slighted Treasures."
Music, Vocal and Instrumental.
Reserved Seats, 50c. General admission, 25c.
Tickets for sale at Bartlett's Music store
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HAZARD'B PAVILION.
McLain A Lehman, Lessees and Managers.
COMMENCING TUESDAY EVEN'G, JUNE 19,
Return engagement of the favorite
Pyke Opera Company,
. E. A. Pvke, Propiietor.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday,
OLIVETTE!
Fourth of July Matinee.
MIKAUW!
NEXT WEEK,
lolanthc, Black Mantles and Bud*
dygore.
Saturday Matinee,
PIN 4FORE !
With large Choruses, augmented Orchestra
and Gorgeous Costumes.
To follow in rapid succession—"lolanthe,"
'Ruddygore," "Pinafore," and others.
POPULAR PRICES—BSc. and SOc.
Seats now on sale at the oflice of McLain &
Lehman, 3 Market st., without extra charge,
jel4
CALIFORNIA DIME MUSEUM,
North Main Street, near First.
THE POPULAR FAMILY RESORT.
MORE NOVELTIES! MORE WONDERS 1
Week Commencing Saturday, Jone 30.
Engagement Extraordinary.
THE MARVELOUS DOUBLE-HEADED GIRL.
CLEVEK CARROLL, the gre*t Ventriloquist,
with his family of fuuny manikins.
ROBZ ART, the accomplished Lyric Artist—
an excellent counterfeit of the gentler sex, and
MISS VIOLA CARROLL, the accomplished
Vocalist.
Last week of the following favorites: Charley
Nelson, Little Dot, Musical Fletcher, Miss Vie
Fletcher, Prof. Theo Greiner.
Doors open from 10 a. m. to 10 p m.
Admission 10c. Reserved seats 10c. extra.
_____ m2ltf
■yyASHINGTON GARDEN.
FOURTH OF JULY'!
Grand public feast in honor of the glorious
Fourth, under the auspices of the enterprising
VIENNA BUFFET! VIENNA BUFFET!
Their motto: "Tne public must and shall be
entertained." No expense will be spared to
make this day superior to any ever seen in Los
Augeles.
SIXTY OF THE BEST MUSICIANS
Are engaged. The grandest display of
FIREWORKS! FIREWORKS!
Will be exhibited.
A GRAND BALLOON ASCENSION!
Followed by smaller ones. BALL PAREE and
BALL CHAMPETRE, arranged by the well
known dancing master, PROF. HAY.
TWENTY PRESENTS will be distributed.
Reproducing an Italian fairy night and hun
dreds of other amusements will be arranged.
I his will be the grandest glorification of the I
Fourth ever arranged by enterprising managers.
PROGRAMME. •
2 p. M. —The two bands, the CITY BAND, di
rected by Frederick Elser, and MEINE BROS.'
BAND, directed by F. W. Douglas, willenterthe
grounds with musical exercises, beating of
drums, glorifying the various nations, playing
of several national hymns, grand march to the
picnic grounds by the two bands.
3. p. m.—Beginning of the contest between
the two bands, each hand playing four pieces,
the judges being Messrs. A. J. Stamm, Louis
IrY'iue and A. Willhartitz, the successful com
petitors receiving $100.
4:30 p. m.—Beginning of the BALL PAREE in
the Pavilion.
7 T. M.—Distribution of tho 20 PRIZES. Fir6t
prize, Complete Table Service, or $50 in gold:
18 smaller prizes. The TWENTIETH PRIZE IS
A FINE HORSE, or $300 in gold, according to
the inclination ol the winner.
8 p. M —Illuminating tho entire park by thou
sands of Japanese lanterns and balloon ascen
sions.
9 p. M.-Beginning of the BALL CHAMPETRE
at the Pavilion aud Double Concert at the Gar
den and Park.
11 p. M.—Grandest display of Fireworks ever
witnessed.
12 p. st, —Grand Quadrille, arranged by Prof.
Hay, followed by Retreat and (ieneral Jubilee.
The best arrangements havebcm made for
lemonade, candy, ice cream and lunch stands
and all kinds of refreshments.
Excursion trains will ruu from all outside
towns.
Tho Committee of Arrangements consists of
twelve of the most popular citizens, and the
strictest order will be maintained on the
grounds.
Street cars will run until la.m.
ADMISSION, 50 CENTS.
Every purchaser of a ticket gets t <vo numbers
gratis, which entitle the purchaser to partici
pate iv the distribution of the prizes. Said dis
tribution will be held in public at the grounds.
Tickets can be purchased at all principal cigar
stands. Main entrance open at 1 o'clock. je27 8t
J£ENILWORTH OSTRICH FARM,
THE
Most Picturesque Pleasure Resort
Near Los Angeles. Unlimited space for picnic
parties, for wnicn special rates will be given.
Apply C. A. Bumner & Co., 54 N. Main street.
Admission 25c. Sundays 10c. Bound trip
25c. Take Temple street cable to Beaudry
aye,, and cars from Sisters' Hospital.
MUSIC EVERY SUNDAY.
mylB-6m .
ELECTRIC GARDENS, PICO HEIGHTS
Open every day. Ball on Snnday. Lunches
and refreshments. Entrance free. Car runs
every half hour. Public invited.
je7-lm MARTIN HIBIGOYEN, Proprietor.
HE ~GRANDE.T SIGHTIIT LOB A NOBLES
Is the SIEGE OF PARIS! Main and Third
sts. Open daily (including Sundays) from 9a.
m. to 10 p.m. Admission—Adults, 50c; Chil
dren. 2Se. e7-lm
Sale of Bonds 1
Central Irrigation District,
Colnsa County, Cal.
Notice Is hereby given by the Board of Direc
tors of Central Irrigation District, that said
board will, at its office in the town of Maxwell,
in the County of Colusa, State of California, on
the tenth day of July, in the year 1888, at two
o'clock p. m. of said day, sell to the highest re
sponsible bidder for cash, in gold coin of the
United States, two hundred bends of the said
district to the amount of one hundred thousand
dollars, be Ingjpar t of an Issue of bonds aggrega
ting the sum of seven hundred and fifty thous
and dollars; that sealed proposals for the pur
chase of said bonds will be received by said
board at their office till the day and hour afore
said, at which time said Board will open the
proposals and award the purchase of said bonds
to the highest responsible ibidder; but said
board reserves the right to reject all bids, and
will in no event sell axty of said bonds for less
than ninety per cent, of the face value thereof.
Said bonds are dated the first day of July, in
the year 1883, and bear interest at the rate of
six per cent, per annum, payable semi-annually;
any Interest accruing between said date and
the date of the sale and delivery of said bonds
shall be credited before delivery on the first ma
turing coupons attached to said bonds.
R. DE LAPPE, Secretary of said Board.
Maxwell, Cal., June 5.1888. jel2 td
VOTERS ATTENTION!
Office of the Clerk of Board of Supervisors Los
Angeles County, California, March sth, 1888.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A RE
registratiou of the voters of the County of
Los Angeles, State of California, haß this day
been ordered in accordance with section 1094
et seq. political code.
By order of the Board of Supervisors of Los
Angeles County, California.
je7-7m C. H. DUNSMOOR, Clerk
WINfrS AKD LIQI ORS.
WONm WINERY!
Nos. 24 and 27 Olvera street, and 437 Alameda
street, cor. Los Angeles.
Pironi £ Slatri Proprietors.
Manufacturers of
Pure Wines and Brandies.
Families and trade supplied. Goods delivered
free of charge. P. O. box 1277. Telephone
836.
Branch. Office
—AND—
Bottling Department
—OF THE—
FREDERICKSBURG Telephone 468.1
BREWING CO
OF SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA.
Second and Vine Sts.,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
E. C. Schnabel, Manager. je9-lm
Clotblng and Furnishing Ooods.
SPRING CLOTHING
LARGE STOCK I
Comprising everything for
GENTS, BOSS AND CHILDREN.
Come and see us at
19 3. SrBiNO St., - Los A:tseles, Cal
ABERNETHY & TAPT.
Architects*
J. N. PRESTON & SONr
Architects,
Prepare designs and superintend the construc
tion of all classes of building, public
and private.
Fire proof construction, hotels and asylums a
specialty.
Correspondence solicited.
41 Soutb Spring Street.
jelO-lm
Hotels.
WRIGHT HOUSE,
No. 113 Soxith Main Street.
Fine rooms. Table supplied with the best
the market affords.
Board and lodging, $5 a week. Board with
out lodgiug, $4.
Lady waiters.
je9-tf J. VICOVICH, Proprietor.
The Hotel Metropoe 1
ON CATALINA ISLANB,
Is now open for the summer season, under the
able management of Messrs. COWLEY &
BAKER.
Tents will be supplied by the management to
parties wishing to camp. Also those having
tents are invited to bring them and camp on the
island.
COWLEY A BAKER, Prop's.
J. E. AULL, Manager. jel3 lm
—TRY THE—
NEW MAYO RESTAURANT
Cor. Los Angeles and Tblrd
(OR MAYO STREET.)
BEST 25c. MEAL IN THE CITY.
Table supplied with the best in .Market.
Board by the week, $4. Fine sunny rooms,
with board, $6 a week. Gas and bathroom. Ev
erything new. Having one of the best cooks in
Los Angeles, we solicit tne favor of a trial.
Ice Cream served with dinner every day.
Chicken dinner on Sundays.
No Chinese employed.
Meal hours—Breakfast, 5:45 to 9:30; Dinner,
11:30 to 2; Supper, 5 to 7.30.
jel3 1m MRS. E. DAWSON, Proprietress.
THE STEWART
SAN BERNARDINO, CAL.
A New Hotel Opened January, 1888.
Commercial and Tourist Hotel open all the
year.
Elegance, Convenience and Comfort.
jels3m M. F. THOMPBON, Manager.
THE HOTEL
—AT—
BROAD ACRES
IS NOW OPEN FOR GUESTS.
ONLY 3 LARGE" LOTS LEFT
—AT—
Sl5O EACH.
PAYMENTS-$l5 PER MONTH. NO IN
TEREST.
NEAR REDONDO BEACH.
FRANK McCOY,
Je7-tf 83 Nortb Spring St.
FOR SALE.
Cheaper than the Cheapest!
On One-Mile Circle i Street Cars S
Water! Elevated! Beautiful!
$3700—House and stable, corner of Aliso and
Kearney sts.
$2200—Lot 50x125, to alley, with stable, ad
joining the above.
$2000—Hard-finished house on Kearney st.
$900 to $1200—Houses on Kearney.
$200 to $600—Nice lots in good locations.
$350 to $1000—New houses and lots in good
locations, sold on monthly payments.
JOHN rTR PECK,
No. 9N. Main St. jels-6m
COCKLE'S
ANTI-BILIOUS
PILLS.
The Great English Remedy.
FOR LIVER, BILE, INDIGESTION, ETC.
Free from mercury; contains only pure
Vegetable Ingredients. Agents, LANGLEY &
MICHAELB, San Francisco. d&wklyly
GEO. W. COOKE & CO.,
Book Binders,
BLANK BOOKS A SPECIALTY.
119 Los Angeles et., Los Angeles, CaL
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WHOLESALE DREUt.ISTS.
ivwTlsjßfVtJN *b 00.,
IMPORTERS AND
WHOLESALE : DRUGGISTS.
DRUGGIBTB' SUNDRIES.
127 AND 129 NEW HIGH STREET,
je2o« Log Angeles, Cal.
Plumber.' Material.
Crane Bros. Mao'fj Co,
Chicago and Pittsburg:,
Manufacturers of 1
Pipe, Fittings, Brass Goods,
TOOLS, PUMPS, HOBK,
Packing and Sewer Pipe, Plumbers' and Gas
fitters' Material In every variety.
Cor. Requena and Los Angeles st.. Los Angeles.
Ltvery_sitablei..
e.lSCtwistT""" j. cabquieb.
Occident Livery and Sale Stable
100 South Main Street, '
FINE HORSES, CARRIAGES AND
SADDLE HORSES.
Horses Boarded by Day, Week or Month.
Terms reasonable. Best attention given to stock.
E. W. TWIST A CO., Proprietors,
Je6-30t Los Angeles. Cal.
OBLESTINE A CO.,
Livery, Peed and Sale
STABLES,
Nos. 9, 11 and 13 N. Eos Angeles St.
Fine Horses, Carriages and Saddle Horses. _
Horses boarded by day, week or month. The
best of care and attention given to stock. Terms
reasonable.
All our carriages and harness are new. jel 3 lm
Wood and Lumber Yards. 1
NEW t
Wagon Material, Hardwood,
Iron, Steel,
Blacksmiths' Coal and Tools,
Cabinet Woods, etc.
JOHN WIGMORE & 00.
13 and 14 Soutb Los Angeles Street.
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WILLAMETTE STEAM MILLS
Lumber and Manufacturing
COMPANY, ]
Formerly the Oregon Lumber Company.
Oregon Pine and California Redwood Lumber
of every description at their new yard on ■
Date, Chavez and Mission streets. We have a
fine stock of Laths, Pickets, Shingles and Fin
ishing Lumber of a superior quality. We are
also prepared to fill orders on short notice for 1
building materials ot every description.
Particular attention paid to orders for un
usual lengths and dimensions.
Orders solicited.
Jyl-tf J. A. RCB3. Agent. I
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LUMBER COMPANY.
MAIN OFFICE AND YARD—
Corner First and Alameda Streets,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
BRANCH YARDS—
East Los Angeles Lumber Yard, cor. Hoff and
Water streets.
Washington-street Lumber Yard, cor. Washing
ton street and Grand avenue.
Garvanza Lumber Yard, Garvanza. je23tf
J. A. Henderson President.
J. R. Smubr Vice-Pres. and Treas.
Wm. F. Marshall Secretary.
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
LUMBER COMPANY/
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LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL.
Oflice and yard, 180 East First St., Los Angeles. i
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J, M, GRIFFITH COMPANY,
LUMBER DEALERS.
Manufacturers of
Doors, Windows, Blinds, Stairs,
STAIR-RAILS, BALLUSTERB,
Newell Posts and mill work of every descrip- j
tion, and dealers in Lime, etc.
538 N. Alameda St., Los Ansreles. I
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KEBCKHOFV-CCZNER
Mill and Lumber Company, \
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
L TJ MB E R! i
Yards at San Pedro (Wharf), Los Angeles
(Main office), Pomona, Pasadena, Pnenta, La
manda, Monrovia, Aznsa, Glendora, Lords
burg, Burbank. j
Planing Mills at Los Angeles, Pomona, Mon
rovia. jes-tf
ARIZONA WOOD CO., ,
DEALERS IN
Cordwood and Lumber.
yards:
COB. GEORGIA AND GAREY STREETS. j
8. G. LAP HAM, Treasure 1
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Western Lumber Co. !
yard:
Cor. Ninth and San Fedro Streets.
LUMBER of all class can be had atthisyard.
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D. R. ROZELL. A. ROZELL.
ROZELL BROS.,
—DEALERS IN—
Lumber and Building Material. ,
Yard corner Main and Jefferson Sts., I
Telephone No. 745. Los Angeles, Cal, 1
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PERRY, MOTT & COS
Lumber Yards
AND PLANING MILLS,
No. 76 Commercial Street. Jyl-tf
Cement and Paving.
J. F. Crank, Preaident. G. A. Dobinson, Seo'y.
J. A. Fairchild, General Manager.
BAN LUIS OBISPO 1
Bituminous Rock OompaDv,
(A CORPORATION,)
Bituminous Rock is the best material known
for street-paving and sidewalk purposes.
o/ticks :
134 W. Second St., I os Ansreles, Cal.
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LAZARUS& MELZER
111 N. SPRING STREET, next to City of Paris. !
Complete Assortment of ,
STATIONERY, BOOKS
AND PRINTERS' SUPPLIES. '
The leading PAPER HOUSE In Southern
California, jel7tf *
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rtHKltci s WAGON., ETC.
jTw. -Calkins UriTag^CoT
—FOR—
FINE CARRIAGES,
BUGGIES, WAGONS
and HARNESS
No. 239 North Los Angeles St.,
_ Je7tf Corner Arcadia.
DIBBLE, CALDWELL & CO.,
10l and 103 N. Eos Angelea at.,
Fine Carriages, Buggies
and Harness.
Best goods and lowest price*, quality eoa-
sidered. Come and ace na. ]eB-lm
RICHARDSON-KIMBALL CO.,
FINE CARRIAGES,
BUGGIES.
Spring; and Farm Wagons
—AND—
—AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,—
48 AND 50 N. Los Angeles St.,
; Los Angeles, Cal. yjl-tf
FOR FINE BUGGIES
—AND—
CARRIAGES
—GO TO—
XL GIEBE,
The Farm Implement Dbalbb.
44 to 48 N. Los Angeles st, Los Angelea.
PACIFIC WaGOaTooT
Buggies, Carriage*, Wagons ana
Harness.
COLUMBUS BUGGY CO.'B BUGGIES.
No. 25 Aliso St., Eos Angelea, Cal.
]e7lm J. R. McMANIB. Manager.
Furniture and Carpets.
DEALER IN
FURNITURE
AND
CARPETS.
32 and 34 South Spring St.
WT JE. BEE SON",
—DEALER IN—
Furniture, Bedding: and Unholstery,
Carpets, Linoleums, Shades and Draperies.
Sole Agent lor the American Washing Machine*
119 and 181 W. Second St.,
Between Spring and Fort,
telephone 269. LOS ANGELES, CAL
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J. S. BEN NETT,
Furniture Factory and Planing lill.
Wood Mantel and Job Work s specialty.
A full line of Furniture constantly
on band.
1639 and 1641 South Main 81,
Cor, Washington, Los Angela*, CaL
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Niles Pease,
Importer and dealer In
ALL KINDS OF
EASTERN PARLOR AND CHAMBER
FURNITURE 1
CARPETS, OIL CLOTH, LINOLEUMS,
WINDOW SHADES. ETC., KTC
242, 215, 247 S. Spring st., Los Angeles, CaL
Telephone No. 338.
WALTON & WACHTEL,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
FURNITURE
OF ALL KINDS,
At Lowest Possible Bates.
814, 816 and 218 Soutb Spring St.,
je6-tl Bet Third and Fourth Bts.
Reatauranta.
TRY THE NEW
Royal Cafe and Lunch Parlors.
Finest in the City.
Ice Cream and Chocolate a Specialty.
44 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
Near Second.
Romig & Timmerman, Prop'rs.
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aXaIaIOM'S
Restaurant and Oyster Parlors,
41 and 43 North Main Street.
GREAT REDUCTION IN OYSTERS.
Large Eastern, per 100 84 SO
Small Eastern, per 100 3 50
Small Eastern, raw or stewed, per plate.. 8A
Large Eastern, any style, per plate 50
Baltimore, selected, per can 85 ,/
mtf- PRIVATE ROOMS upstairs for ladles
and families, where meals will be served In the
best style.
jel6tf JERRY lEEICH, Proprietor.
Storage and commission.
Naud's Warehouse.
R. G. Wbyse, Proprietor.
Grain, fool and General Merchandise
WAREHOUSE.
Storage, Commission and Insurance, i I
Agents for all kinds of Agricultural Imple
ments. Wholesale and retail dealers in Im
ported and Domestic Wines, Brandies and
Whiskies. 634 to 666 Alameda street.
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JLOS ANGELES
Storage, Commission
—AND—
LUMBER COMPANY.
CEMENT!
Large cargo just received ex ship "Loch Rerun"
direct from London. Prices on application.
Also dealers in LUMBER, PLASTERING
MATERIALS, FIRE BRICK, ETC.
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Engine and Boiler Makers.
tiie Steams Manufacturing to 7
AUTOMATIC
ENGINE AND BOILER MAKERS,
Foundrymen, Machinists and Gen
eral Wood-Workers.
Manufacturers of Regulator Wind Mill, Pumps.
Tanks, etc.
Special attention given to repairing machinery.
CORNXR MAIN AND DATE STREETS,
LOS ANGELES.

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