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THE CITY ASSESSMENT.
Thirty-nine uud v Half Million Dollam the Couutv Eigurca. The assessment rollß, aa prepared by City Asßesaor W. D. Stephenson, have been footed, and the assessment this year shows an increase of about $12,000, --000 over that of last year. The figures, as taken from the books, are as follows: Value of land. $27,83!>.:i7:t Value of improvements thercou. ti,05b,4-;> Vaiueof personal property, oxclu- „.__.. Bive of money t'oA/'o'i Amount of money ' ■!'i ni» Value of franchises : J.ioo Value of improvements on real estate assessed to persons other thau the owners of the same 40,800 Deductions on account of mort gages, etc. ■•• W« Value of the interest of the mort gages, etc _____ Total value of all property after deductions $30,010,002 Following ia a list of property owners who are assessed upon property valued at more thau $20,000 each: J.CZahn 77,858 Gasper Orena ,;!'?Vx Otto Mueller SX'KK Michael Mueller 20,850 Francis Mora •i'SSx M, A. Newmark & Co .. li'iSS Nordholt, Ponyfourcat & White . 86,600 Harris Ncwmark jS'sSl H. Nadeau Si'sfS Wm. Niles fJiSS H. T. Newell }2'?BS E. B.Millar ,io4§B Louis Mesmer 1 2f'222 Mrs. Alice Matfleld gI'SS Mescarels & Lsonis SY'22B J. 8. Maltman 34,280 Main Street and A. P. K. K. Co. 25,450 F. A. MacDougall . 2?'SaS J. Mulally 25,720 Elijah Moulton 28,700 T. D. Mott 81,980 G. W.Morgan 01,030 M. A. Mooney 31,800 W. W. Montague & Co 32,400 t Moiso iJ.OOfI G. F. Mohn 23,845 H. G. Mills 20,310 E. B. Miller 34,000 Samuel Meyer 27 110 Philip Hettt 25,,00 H. Martz 43,885 Los Angeles Furniture Co s'-2. Lions & Sons 20,710 Los Angeles Infirmary 80,150 Los Angeles Farming and Milling Co. 00,;>3$ Los Angeles Improvement Co 36,000 Los Angeles Water Co 214,760 Los Augeles National Bank 68,000 Los Angeles Gas Co 106.670 C MeLt.n hliu 81,840 D. McFarland 31,300 Los Angeles Orphan Asylum 39,190 Los Augeles and Independence tt. R 49,880 L. Lichtenheyer * 117,605 E. Lowenthal 22,500 Pedro Larronde 91.520 J. B. Lankershim 149,380 J. H. Lanfranco estate 154,200 John Long 46,950 Wm. Lacy. 29,190 S. W. Lutweller. 46,086 Los Angeles Electric Company 23,450 Hervev Lindley. 102,155 Merced Abbott 30,810 Adelaide Alexander 29,380 D. 1! Alexander 27.610 Estate of Annie Allen 28,300 Domingo Amestoy 160,800 Alice W. Barrows 40,490 Hulda Behrendt 20,075 T. R. Bennington 28,000 Juau Bernard 103,100 Bosa Bernero 44,010 L. M. Btgelow 26,230 Birmingham & Spencer 31,300 Jotham Bixby 61,125 D. Botiller 41,990 E. Boston 29,790 L. L. Bradley 139,330 L. N. Breed 41,830 W. A. Briggs 28,825 C. Brode 50,215 Thos. Brooks 25,135 J. H. Bryant 24,270 Jno. Brvßon 00,400 Bryson '& Bonebrake 50,000 H. Burdlck 30,550 C. W. Bush 28,985 R. S. Baker 33,660 B. M.Baker 49,590 P. C. Baker 22,150 Arcadia B. de Baker 278,720 E. J. Baldwin 85,100 Mary H. Banning ' 24,655 Alice Banning 22,500 J. Bane 24,500 O. T. Barker 42,000 D. Bastanchurey 48.235 P. Ileaudrv 203,675 J. D. Bicknell 35,895 Bonebrake & Howes 30 000 C. H. Busch 31,305 E C. Burlingame 22,125 California Bank 41,250 California Central Railroad Company. 305,253 Capitol Milling Company 36,165 P. Castruccio 22,800 J. A. DeCelis 58,415 Barbara Childs 54,210 Childs A Mascarel 26,400 K. Cohn & Co 210,480 Commercial Insurance Co 20,000 Consumers Gas Co 28,155 A. F. Coronel 33,475 B. F. Coulter 35,320 Geo. Cummiugs 37,135 Sherwood Callahan. 52,500 O. W. Childs 268,426 Citizena Water Co 126,780 Blanch E Cliuton 35 800 W. A. Clinton 22,265 B. Cohn 95.250 J. M. navies 171,315 Dobinson tt Fairchild 42,190 V. Dol 30,650 G. 8. tt R. Dominguez 20,260 D. F. Donegan 24,385 Maria M Dassand 30,500 J. G deTurk 37,345 J. G. Downey 316,635 C. L. Ducotomun 67,745 B. Dunnigan 26,950 Mrs. E. B. Crocker 29,110 Biley & Perry 40,600 Jacob Phillips 21,475 C. Prager 21,600 H. Puck 21,850 Pacific Improvement Co 74,800 W. H. Perry 53,945 t W. Phelps 29,385 Jacob Phillippi 21,000 Louis Phillips 211,900 V. Ponet 125.375 A. C. Potter 26,995 J. I. Bediek 20.600 Pablo Reyes 28 960 W. E. Rogers 23,640 G. D. Rowan 21,565 Russell &Bawu 32,080 J.C.Salisbury 40,940 Saving & Loan Society of San Franco. 43 000 Aug. Schmidt 24,070 Estate of J. Schumacher 73,060 Seutous Bros 26,620 Serrail & Congst .... 20,175 Kstate of Signovet 20,100 Wm. Smith 23,230 E. F. Spence 76,350 D. A. Stern 20,950 Chas Stern 25,060 S'dmson Bros 36,255 N. WStowell 35.770 H. Suskind 34,285 Frank Sabiche 59,480 D. Schefck 42,095 Jno. Sherer 48,730 Schoder, Johnston & (io 28,300 Security Savings Bank 50,000 Mrs. F. W. Shepherd 38,000 J. T. Sheward 40,100 Wm. Slaney 20,875 M. P. Snyder 35,000 Southern Pacific Railroad Company . 280,890 A. M. Stephens 31,950 C. M. Stimson 39,210 H. W. Stoll 21,860 Security Savings Bank of San Fran cisco 20,000 Times Mirror Company 20,300 G. Tononi 31,890 F. H. Tetshmacher 50,000 Belle C. Thorn 104,890 D. E. Thompson 20,865 Stern, Loeb & Co 27,160 Sehallert, Gauahl 21,900 Estate of M. Keller 88,000 E. H. Kincaid 31,300 J. Kuhrts 38,835 G. kcickhoff 45,780 Kerckhoff, Cuzron & Co 44,200 Jno. Kfcfer 39,445 J. D. Kurtz 51,995 Karnsit Harron 20,250 A. L. Lankershim 57,635 Thos. Leahy 22,510 Ralph Leon 29,330 W. F. Edgar 20.500 G. Espalet 21,500 E. Fay 25,610 Mrs. C. Fitzgerald 41,830 C.J. Fox 64,030 A. W. Francisco 33,635 French Savings and Loan Society 60,000 Farmers and Merchants' Bank 50,975 Wm. Ferguson 50,325 H. S. Flash 28,240 John F. Forster 62,250 L. T. Garnsey 49,865 Estate of C. Gassagne 25,060 Eugene Germain 100.350 German Savings and Loan Society 449.325 S. F. Gless '72 500 J. Gorman 27,400 J. 8. Griffin 55,100 L. H. Griffin 37,525 G. J. Griffith 149,000 C. Ganahl 21,015 P. Gamier 39 315 George Gephard 20,093 A. Glasself 33,680 Mrs. H. Godfrey 49,500 T. Gosb 24,900 J. W. Griffith 6«,740 Dora A. Howard 03,000 F. C. Howes 62.280 THE LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 27. 1888. Mrs A.Hubcr 43,180 J. Hyans 32,995 L. Harris & Co 25,000 Harper, Reynolds A Co 61,970 ilehman.Haas&Co MK'KS L. J. Hammond 25,5,5 Jasper Harrell 64,255 L Harris 21,360 C. N. Hasscn 25,830 J. A. Henderson 20,545 Hiscoek & Smith 20,51.) Fannie E. Howe 29,830 8. 0. Hubbell p:"'!' 4o M. I lagan 33,395 C. H. Hall. . 28,055 Hall .v. Stlllton 117,410 Hammcl & Denkor 70.100 Geo. Hansen 27,68 0 J. Harold 225,000 Samuel Hellman 4.»,240 H. W. Hellman 51,335 I. W. Hellman 410,565 Hellman, II am el .t Denker 156 590 I. M. Hellman 67,060 Est. of C. Heuue 36,960 E. Hollenb.ck 155,580 J C. Ivins 20,420 Jacobv Bros. 12.600 J. H. Jones 123,820 Mrs. D. Jones 265,495 L. Vandalcek 42,580 J. N. Van Nuys 60.635 8. H. Van Nuys 36,190 Wm. Vickery 28,800 D. V. Waldrou 34.740 A. Weiss 20,275 Whittier, Fuller & Co. 63,145 K. M. Widucy 30,480 Geo. Wilshire 24,150 H. C. Witmor 20,045 J. W. Wo'fskill 417,485 C. B. Woodhead 27,845 H. J. Woolacott 42,820 A. Workman 33,720 W. H. Workman 93,150 J. Weill 26,460 A. Weill 101,775 J. C. Wldney 50,900 Mrs. M. A. Wilcox 76,550 Mrs. C.Wilson 88,450 Jno. Wilson 111,050 Theo. Woolwebber 34,950 M. A. de Woodworth 55,365 J. E. Yoakum 20,265 J. C. Zahn 77,325 TUB COUNTY ASSKSSMKNT. The books of the County Assessor for the fiscal year show the following result: Real estate other than town lotß .. $30,845,547 Improvements on same 2,717,151 City ortONvn lots 52,5.->8,235 Improvements ou same 13,681,184 Irrigating ditches 5,500 Wiiter pipe 302,235 Telephone 15,180 PERSONAL IMSOPERTY. Money 416,050 Personal property 6,718,523 solvent credits 712,165 Dogs 165 State, county or municipal bonds.. 10,970 MERCHANDISE AND LIVE STOCK. Bee hives 9,352 Brandies and other liquors 47,175 Broom corn 450 Calves 40,705 Casks and tanks 41,305 Beef cattle 11,265 Stock cattle 217,900 Coal 15,955 Colts 103,665 Consigned goods 12,480 Thoroughbred cows 12,080 Graded cows 260,865 Farming utonsils 47,980 Firearms 16,115 Fixtures of business places 189,655 Franchises 51,430 Furniture 1,242,030 Common goats 505 Ang .ra Goats 30 Goods, wares and merchandise 2,160,110 Wheat 11,000 Barley ;. 48,250 Corn 4,600 Harness, saddles, etc 97,168 Hay 23,640 Hogs 13,630 Grain 55,310 Thoroughbred horses 38,400 Graded hoises 518,250 American horses 458,175 Jacks and jennies 2,205 Jewely or plate 39,385 Libraries 69,905 Lumber 247,010 Machinery 3:12,23.1 Mules 95,945 Musical instalments 132,390 Pianos 156,920 Poultry 29,030 Sewing machines 72,025 Fine sheep 2,350 Graded sheep 93,760 Common sheep 172,770 Lambs 4,465 Steamers and vessels 29,675 Tobacco 43,800 Wagons and vehicles 451,495 Watches 105,005 Wines 98,660 Other property 114,815 Ostriches 12,550 Bullion 415 Billiard tables 9,200 Stills 4,075 Brick 8,750 Birds 400 Street cars 53,235 Grand total $107,752,803 Cure For Sick Headache. If you want a remedy for billiousncss, blotches and pimples on the face, and a sure cure for sick headache, call at C. H. Hance's, the Druggist, 79 North Spring street. Dr. Quail's Liver Pills; only oue for a doso, sample free: full box 25 cents. Important to Oas Con sumers. Dating from Saturday, July 7,1888, the LOS ANGELES GAS COMPANY will, until lurther notice, furnish gas to consumers on Mafn street from the Pico House south to Seventh street, and on Spring street from Temple street south to Seventh street; also on Commercial street from Los Angeles street to Main street, and on First aud Second streets from Los Angeles street west to Fort street, at $1.50 per 1,000 feet, cash on presentation of bills. Per order. WILLIAM P. PRATT, Secreta: y. 0. H. BIMPKINB, 1 ISAIABW. HELLMAN, I L. C. GOODWIN, J. M. GRIFFITH, WM. P. PBATT, J JySjtf VOTERS ATTENTION! Office of the Clerk of Board of Supervfsors Los Angeles County, California, March sth, 1888. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A RE registration of the voters of tho County of Los Angeles, State of California, has this day been ordered in accordance with section 1094 et seq. political code. By order of the Board of Supervisors of Lo> Augeles County, California. jB7-7m C. H. DUNBMOOR, Clerk ~ EDTO A. RICE & CO., AUCTIONEERS. Special Assignees' Sale, By order of J. Maddox*, consignor, of the entire FURNITURE OP A 6-ROOJI HOUSE, Removed to our commodious salesroom, 114 West First street, for convenience of sale, On Saturday, July 28th, At 10 o'clock a. h. sharp, The furniture remaining unsold at morning sale will be sold at 2 o'clock p. M. This furniture is rich, almost new, consisting ot parlor suit in walnut and plush, carved bed room suits in oak, birch, mahogany and ash, easy chairs, desks, sideboards, hall racks, lounges, etc. At tho same time we shall sell a lot ot new furniture, consigned to us to be im mediately disposed of. Sale positive aud no reserve. Remember this safe for bargains. EDWIN A. RICE & CO., Auctioneers. ]y!3 lm JN THE SUPERIOR COURT Of the State of California, in and for the County of Los Angeles. Sidney Armstrong, plaintiff, vs. Alice C. Arm strong, defencant. Action brought in the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of Los A ngeies, and the Complaint filed in said County of Los Angeles in the oflico oi the Clerk of said Superior Court. The People of tho State of California send greeting to Alice C.Armstrong, defendant. You are hereby required to appear in an ac tion brought against you by the above-named plaintiff, in the Superior Court in tho State of California, in and for the County of Los An- f eles, and to answer the Complaint filed there n, within ten days (exclusive of the day of service) after the service on you of this Sum mons, if served within this county, or, if served elsewhere, within thirty days, or judgment by default will be taken against you according to the prayer of said Complaint. The said action is brought to obtain a decree of divorce dissolving the bonds of matrimony now existing between plaintiff'and defendant upon the ground of wilful desertion. Refer ence is had to Complaint for particulars. Aud you are herobv notified that if you fail to appear and answer tbe said Complaint as above required, the said Plaiutiffwfll apply to the Court for the relief therein demanded. Given under my hand and the seal of the Su perior Court of the State of California, in and tor the County of Los Angeles, this 20th day of June in the" year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred aud eighty-eight. Iseal.] C. H. DUNSMOOR, Clerk. By J. M. IJiiNssiooß, Deputy Clerk. F. V. Bell. Attorney for Plaintiff. je22 fri lot A CALIFORNIA DISCOVERY. The parasftes, of which we give cut below, dis» covered by us, are the direct cause of Catarrh and Consumption, also many other diseases,, i | Magnified 560 Times. Imagine millions of these animalculse in the nose, throat and lungs, os well as the mlnuta eustachian tubes leading from the back part of tlie throat to the middle ear, and you will imagine tho misery they can produce. Thou sands ore swallowed, when the patient is asleep, causing kidney and liver trouble, headache, blood poison, general debiiitv, etc. We have a specific for destroying them and expclliug tbo poison fiom thu blood. Use the CALIFORNIA PQSI TIVE AND NECATIVE ELECTRIC COUCH ANO C_SUMPTlfflj CURE to tako and the CALIFORNIA POSITIVE ARB NECATIVE ELECTRIC LINIMENT to apply, nnd if the SjSffiSSPj? bad, us-tho CALIFORNIA POSITIVE ANO NECATIVE ELECTRIC SYSTEM BUILDER it builds up the system and purifies the poisoned blood. They are manufactured from roots, herbs aud flowers that grow in California, aud are safo for child ren. They never fail. The Cough Cure is ex cellent for Cougbs Colds, Croup, Ac, no child will ever diewith croup when this i sJ? fi M usol. OurLiuimcntkills !> instantly. See ourVradeMark <j rSOTZBsK* M ou every wrapper. Sold by « rXitVw'M Tl W all druggists. X kij3_ s _ W t'reasiiiger & Co., Prop. B_KW^sf# -10S ANGELES, CALIFORNIA ~**W>w B LACK M AN & FORBES Expert Accountants Land, Water, Company and Corporation Books opened and adapted to special require ments, Office—Rooms 16 and 17, 117 New High Street, Los Angeles. jyl-3m COAL ! S. F. WELLINGTON \M> M A I.I.SKMI. FOR SALE BY J. J. MELLUS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. corner Second and Alameda sts. Office, 231 Los Angeles street. TELEPHONE SO. 100. jystf NOTICE. The Hemet Land Company, principal place of business, Baker Block, room 28, Los Angeles California. Whereas, an assessment of one dollar per share on the assessable capital stock of this com pany was duly levied on the fourth day of May, 1888, and, wheieas, tho publication of the notice of such assessment, and of the time when it would be payable and when it became delinquent, and the date of the sale of delin quent Btock, was not properly made, and there ivas a substantial error in the course of the proceedings for tbe collection of the same, whereby all the proceedings, except the levy of the assessment, became void; and, whereas, the Board of Directors made an order making the said assessment payable to E. F. Spence, the Treasurer of the Company, at the First National Bank of Los Angelt B, at Los Angeles city, ou or before the 6th day of August, 1888, and also fixing the fsth day of Augußt, 1888, as the day on which all assessments unpaid should become delinquent, aud the sth day of September, 1888, as tho day of sale of delin quent stock. Now, therefore, notice is hereby given that at a meeting of tlie Directors held on the 4th day of May, 1888, au assessment of one dollar per share was levied upon the assessable capital stock of the corporation, and said assessment is payable on or before the 6th day of August, 1888, to E. F. Spence, the Treasurer of the Company, at the First National Bank of Los Angeles, at Los Angeles city, State of Cali fornia. Any stock UDon which this assess meut shall remain unpaid on the 15th day of August, 1888, will be delinquent and adver tised for sale at public auction, and unless pay ment is made before, will be sold on tho sth day of September, 18 8. to pay the delinquent assessment, together with the costs of advertis ing aud expenses of sale. J. W. B A RR, Secretary, Baker Block, Room 28, Los Angeleß, Cal. jy6-lew-4w HARRISON AND CLEVELAND—LEW WAL laco is writing the lives of Harr son and Morton, and a party of national reputation those of Cleveland and Thurman; both books to be published by Hnbbird Brothers. Phila delphia. These books will very soon be iv the Held. Address 11. P. McKUSICK, 16 Turner St., Los Angeles, General Agent for Los Angeles county. jyl3 friAwkly tf HERALD Book 1 Job PrintiDg D SF ART MENT, 123 West Second St. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO COMMERCIAL, RAILROAD AND LEGAL PRINTING. LETTER HEADS, INVITATIONS. NOTE HEADS, PROGRAMMES, BILLL HEADS, WEDDING CARDS, STATEMENTS, BALL TICKETS, BUSINESS CARDS, LEGAL BLANKS, STOCK CERTIFICATES, BBIEFB, VOUCHERS, BEAL ESTATE MAPS, PAY ROLLS, CIBCULARB, mt BROKERS' BLANKS, TAGS, ENVELOPES, RAFFLE TICKETS, BANK CHECKS ASSAY REPORTS, ENVELOPES, I'OBTERS. ETC. PAMPHLET AND CATALOGUE PRINTING. tV'Estimates fnrnished atshort notice. HOTELS. The Hotel Metropoe ! ON CATAMNA INLAND, 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 BIKER, Prop's. J. K. AULL, Manager. j>T3 1 m T I I E STEWART SAN BERNARDINO, CAL. A New Hotel Opened January, 188 S. Commercial and Tourist Hotel open all the year. Elegance, C invenience and Comfort. jels3m M. F. THOMPSON, Manager. BANK STATEMENTS. gWORN STATEMENT —of— THE FARMERS' AND MERCHANTS' BANK OF LO3 ANGELES At the opening of business July 1,1888, ASSETS. Cash on hand .. ..$1,499,858 17 Cash ou call and with Banks iv fan Francisco, Chicago, New York, London, Paris and Beiliu 964,467 15 Total Available Cash $2,464 325 32 United States 4 per cent, and other Government Bonds 302,461 53 Stocks and Warrants 127,398 60 Loans aud Discounts 2,441,989 21 Real E-tate, Vaults, Safe and Of fice Furniture 9,687 25 $5,345,861 91 LIABILITIES. Capital (pafd up) $500,000 00 Surplus ... 500 000 00 Undivided Profits 218 600 42 Due Depositors 4 122,036 49 Dividends (declared and uncalled lor 5,225 00 $5,345,801 91 Isaias W. Hellman, President, and Leander C. Goodwin. Vice-President, of the Farmers' and Merchants' Bank of Los Angeles, being severally duly sworn, each for himself, says the foregoing statement ts tiue, ti the test of his knowledge and belief. (Signed) ISAIAS W. HELLMAN, President. (Signed) L. C. GOODWIN, Vice-President. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 6th day of July. A. D. 1888. fBigned) FREDERICK HARKNESS, (seal.) Notary Public. i\7 lm MISCELLANEOUS. !Tl7^lNp^&"c6T $700—Lot 30x160, New Depot st. near Pearl, is worth $1,500 at the very lowest. $I,ooo—LotsoxllB,on Adams st, near Hoover; half cash. This is a sure bargain in the midst of substantial improvements. $I,loo—Lot 52' ixl7s, Montgomery near Hay ward st ; graded and curbed. $1,200-52':x175, Ocean, near Broadway, close to the proposed park. $I,3oo—Lot 69x166, Vattie St., near Severance. Offered at half Its value for a short time only. $3.ooo—Lot 53x125, Seventh St., on elevated ground, north side, near Logan aye. $I,3oo—House, 6 ro -ins, Bryant aye., near Ver mont. $2,3oo—House, 4 rooms, New Depot St., uear Pearl. $2 400—House, 6 rooms, Blaiue, near Tenth. $3,soo—House, 5 rooms, Olive, near Pico. RANCHES. $4,650—40 acres, improved, house, windmill, baru, Well, trees, etc.: one mile from Nor walk; in the artesian belt. $150 an acre—2so acres irrigable land, fenced, cross fenced, large water right, two houses, buniß, etc.; 100 acres in alfal fa. Niae miles from the city. A splen did locality fur a dairy or stock ranch. 10 acres, subdivided, on Rapid Transit road, \\i miles from Plaza, to be sold in part or bs a whole, at a bargain, showing 100 per cent, profit at auction prices. FOR LEASE. 40 feet on Main, near Third. 80 feet ou Main, cor. Mayo. 24 feet on Spriug, near Fifth. 75 f- et on Lob Angeles, near Second. 100 feet on Second, near Alameda. 50 feet on Fourth, near San Pedro. TO LET. New stores on Second st., near Main, $50. Store ou Aliso, near Alameda, $40. New Stores ou Main St., near Ninth, $40. Get our pamphlet on Los Angeles for free dis tribution. Apply to C. A. SUMNER & CO. Beal Estate Agents and Auctioneers, 54 North Main Street. jyl7tf SIIH RAUCHO! 96,000-ACRES-%,000 First-class Frnit Lauds, S5O TO SIOO. First-class Grain Lands, §30 to $50. First-class Alfalfa Lands, $20 to $40. First-class Stock Ranges, $5 to $25. FINE DAIBY FABM3 AT LOW FIGTJBEB Flowing Wells can be had in the lower valleys at less than 100 feet. Special Inducements Offered to Colonists R. W. POINDEXTER, See'y, 18- West Elrat Street. je3o-3m C, S, k L f. irmsfßT Go, —HAS— Removed to 116 W. First St., UNDER the nadkac hotel, LOS ANGELES, CAL. Telephone 249. jy4 lm Lazarus & melzer, 111 N. SPRING STREET, next to City of Paris. Complete Assortment of STATIONERY, BOOKS AND PRINTERS' BUPPLIE3. The leading PAPER HOUSE in Southern California. jel7tt Minis AND LIQUORS. PIONEER fill! Nos. 24 aad 27 Olvera street, and 437 Alameda street, cor. Los Angeles. Piboni £ Slatbi Proprietors. Mannfacturers of Pure Wines and Brandies. Families and trade supplied. Goods delivered free of charge. P. O. box 1277. Telephone 880, Towel Supply Company. ' THE TOILET TOWEL CO,, 41 South Spring, Room 10, For * 1 per month furnishes one I a rue roller towel each day, brush, comb, whisk broom, one cake toilet soap and looking glass. Will furnish estimates for lodging-houses, barber shops, drug stores, etc. JylB lm Wood and Lumber Yards. NEWIiOUSE,™ Wagon Material, Hardwood, Iron, Steel, Blacksmiths' Coal and Tools, Cabinet Woods, etc. JOHN WiTMORE & 00. 13 and 14 South Loa Angeles Street. jyl tf WILLAMETTE STEAM MILLS Lumber and Manufacturing COMPANY. Formerly the Oregon Lumber Company. Oregon Pine and California Redwood Lnmber of every description at their new yard on Date, Chavez and Mission streets. We have a Sue stock of Laths, Pickets, Shingles and Fin ishing Lumber of a superior quality. We are also prepared to fill orders on short notice for building materials ot every description. Particular attention paid to orders for un usual lengths and dimensions. Orders solicited. jyl-tf J. A. RUBS. Agent. SCHALLERT-GANAHL 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. jy23tf J. A. Henderson President. J. R. Smubb Vice-Pros, and Treai. Wm. F. Mabshall Secretary. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA LUMBER COMPANY. LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL. Office and yard, 180 East First St., Los Angeles. Iyl9-tf J. M. GRIFFITH COMPANY; LUMBER DEALERS. Manufacturers of Doors, Windows, Blinds, Stalra, BTAIR-RAILB, BALLUBTERB, Newell Posts and mfll work of every descrip tion, and dealers in Lime, etc. 538 N. Alameda St., Los Angeles. Jyl-tf KEBIKHOFF-CVZHEK Mill aud Lumber Company, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Zj U M B E !R! Yards at San Pedro (Wharf), Los Angeles Main office!, Pomona, Pasadena, Pnenta, La manda, Monrovia, Azusa, Glendora, Lords burg, Burbank. Planing Mills at Los Angeles, Pomona, Mon rovia. jy2s-tf CO-OPERATIVE LUMB£R COMPANY 275 N. Main St , Los Angeles. This company is now prepared to receive or ders for all descriptions of lumber, railroad ties, piles, shingles, laths, etc. Subscriptions for stack, which will be taken at par for lumber at COST PRICE, will be re ceived by A. C. FISH, 275 N. Main St. W. A. VANDERCOOK. 275 N. Main. J. C. MERRILL, 113 W. First. C. A. SUMNER & CO., 54 N. Main, C. B. RIPLEY'. Pasadena. ELLIS & SIMPSON, Pasadena. jy2olm Western Lumber Co. yard: Cor. Ninth and San Pedro Streets. LIMBER of all class can be had at this yard, jeO-tf D. B. EOZELL. A fto i E LL. ROZELL BROS., —DF.ALEBS IN— Lumber and Building Material. Yard corner Main and Jefferson Sts., Telephone No. 745. Los Angeles, Cal, jel3 2m ~ PERKY, MOTT & COS Lumber Yards AND PLANING MILLS, No 76 Commercial Street. Jyl-tf J A-M E S' GINGER ALE —AND— Mineral Waters. James' Belfast Ginger Ale. This celebrated brand of Ginger Age is now manufactured fn your own city, and is similar to that impoited in every respect. Price, $1 per dozen pints. You are asked to give it a trial. James' Plain Soda Water. Prce 75c per dozen pints. James' Lemon Soda. This s a most delicious drink, made by a special process from tbe finest California Lem ons. If mixed with wine it produces a bever age equal to the choicest sparkling Hock. Price, $1 per box of 2 dozen. James' Sarsaparilla. A great blood purifier. Removes skin irrita tion, blotches and all eruptions. Each bottle contains half flufd drachm of the fluid extract of Barsaparflla of the United States pharmaco pia. Price, $1 per box of 2 dozen. When asking for James' Ginger Ale, Lemon Soda,etc., observe the label on each bottle, with out which none is genuiue. J. WILLIAM JAMES, Ph. D., F. C. S., Analytical and Consulting Chemist. Manufactory on Eleventh and Overton streets, west of Pearl, Los Angeles. P. O. box 1.063. je29 2m For Recreation, for Business, for Pun, Jfem RIDE WHEELS. Th-.- best is the cheapest, yr?j\,w 7 'TBk and we are prepared to / '..< jl;>-' -3\ show you that j i ] THE VICTORS \ " j\ ARE THE BEST ' &\ M,C ' clc,i, Txlcyclcs i AirtiW safety Blcyclea in the World. Illustrated catalogue free. P. L. ABEL, 30 8. Spring St. Jes-0m 3 CARRIAGES, WAUONS, ETO. raAiDmRIIBALLW.. FINE CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, Spring- and Farm Wagons —AND— —AGE ICTJLT URAL IMPLEMENTS,— 48 and 50 N. Lob Angeles Bt.. Log Angeles. Cal. iyl-tf FOITFINjrrBUGGIES —AND — CARRIAGES —«0 TO— H. GIESE, The Fa km Implement Dealer. 44 to 48 N. Los Angeles st., Los Angelea. Largest manufactory In Southern California. CARRIAGE AND WAGON MAKER. Repairing, Painting and Trimming executed promptly and neatly. Guarantee satisfaction in all work. 115, 117 and 110 Aliso Street, Los Angelea, Cal. A new factory, new machinery and latest Im provements. jylB lm Furniture and Carpets. W. S. ALLEN, DEALER IN FURNITURE AND CARPETS. 38 and 34 South. Spring St. ~w7rbeeBoN, —DEALER IN— Furniture, Bedding and UnMstery. Carpets, Linoleums, Shades and Draperies. Sole Agent for the American Washing Machines 119 and 181 W. Second St., Between Spring and Fort, TELEPHONE 209. LOS ANGELES, CAL lyB-tf WALTON &WACHTEL, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS, At Lowest Possible Itatesi. 814, 818 and 818 South Spring St., iyG-tf Bet. Third and FonrWi Sta. Restauranta. The Horse Shoe from the Door! —BUT TRY THE— Horse Shoe Restaurant, 120 E. SECOND ST., near San Tedro. First-class Meals from 15 cents up. Call and see us. MRS. WILSON. Proprietress, j y2 5 1 m Los A n geles. Elite Restaurant. L. E. GASTON, : Proprietor. Late Chief Cook Maison Ricte, San Francisco. No. 13 West First St., LOS ANGELES, CAL. Open all night jy6 3m ~ ILLICfi'S Restaurant and Oyster Parlors, 41 and 43 North main Street. GREAT REDUCTION IN OYSTERS. Large Eastern, per 100 ¥4 SO Small Eastern, per 100 3 50 Small Eastern, raw or stewed, per plate.. 85 Large Eastern, any style, per plate 50 Baltimore, selected, per can 85 tW~ PRIVATE ROOMS upstairs for ladies and families, where meals will be served in tha best style. jy!6tf JEHRY 1 LETCH. Proprietor. Storage and commission. Tauti'sT WciiiriouTeT™ R. G. Weyse, Proprietor. Grain, Wool and General Merchandise WAREHOUSE. Storage, Commission and Insurance. Agents for all kinds of Agricultural Imple ments. Wholesale and retail dealers in Im ported and Domestic Wines, Brandies and Whiskies. 034 to 060 Alameda street. jyl6tf r. y. yeaman. s. a. butler PACJFT.Q U storage and Commission Co. Warehouse. 523 E. First st. and 78 Banning. Office, 523 E. First st. Telephone 340. Storage, Brokerage, Commis sion and Manufacturers* Agent. jy!2 2m Engine and Roller makers. The Steams ManafactTiring CoT AUTOMATIC ENGINE AND BOILER MAKERS, Foundrymeii, machinists and Gen eral Wood-Workers. Manufacturers of Regulator Wind Mill, Pumps, Tanks, etc Special attention given to repairing machinery. CORNER MAIN AND DATE STREETS, LOS ANGELES. Clothing and Furnishing Uoods. SPRING CLOTH LARGE STOCK I Comprising everything for GENTS, BOY'S AND CHILDREN. Come and see us at 19 8. Sfbing St., - Los Augeles, Cat ABERNETHY & TAPT. manufacturing Jeweler. JUL. WOLTER, —Manufacturing Jeweler, — Diamond Setting. Repairing, Engraving, Gold and Silver Plating done. High Prices for Old Gold and Silver. 7) 2 ' Commercial St., Room 1," jyO 3m LOB ANGELES, CAL Plumber. l material. toe Bros. MaiiTg Co., Chicago and Pittsburg, Manufacturers of Pipe, Fittings, Brass Goods, TOOLS, PUMPS, HOSE, Packing and Sewer Pipe, Plumbers' aud Gas fitters' Material in every variety. Cor. Reqnena and Los Angeles St., Los Angeles.