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Tbe Suit Against tbe International Company of Mexlio. Judge Boss yesterday rendered a de cision in the case of William Denton, of San Diego, against the International Company of Mexico, to recover the sum of $1,203,471.34, claimed to be due Den ton for surveys and maps of Lower Cal ifornia. The plaintiff was represented by Hon. S. M. White and Denis & Low enthral, and the decision was upon the motion of George Fuller, of San Diego, attorney for the defendant, to quash the Bervice and abate the summons for want of jurisdiction. j udge Ross holds that as the plaintiff, Denton, is a citizen of Mexico, he cannot, although he is a resident of this State, sue the International Company, which is a Connecticut corporation, in the Federal Courts in this State; but he can only sue that company in the Federal Courts in the State of Connecticut. There have been a score of decisions by various United States Circuit Courts upon different ques tions, arising under the jurisdictional act of Congress of March 3, 1887. but this is the first case in which the point now de cided has been raised. There was an early decision by Judge Field in the United States Circuit Court for the Northern District of this State, in the case of the county of Yuba, California vs. The Pioneer Gold Mining Company, a Nevada corporation, in which he virtu ally held, that a citizen of tho United States, a resident in this State, could not under the Act of March 3, 1887, sue a citizen of another State of the United States except in tbe State of the residence of the latter. But in a later case, Wilson vs. Western Union Tele graph Company in the same court, Judge Field reversed his former decision and held that suit might be brought under tho act, in the district of the residence of the party, where jurisdiction depended only on the fact that the controversy was be tween citizens of different States; and such is now the ruling which universally obtains in the United States Courts throughout the country. But it seems that this does not apply to suits brought by an alien, and that such suits can only be brought in the United States Courts in the district of which the defendant is an inhabitant. TELEGRAPH LINES. Those Owned In the County by the Western Union. la a petition to tbe Supervisors the Western Union Telegraph Company, after asking to have its assessment re duced to what the wire and poles would sell for, gives a history of its lines in the county, as follows: From Los Angeles to Shorb station, 6.4 miles of poles, carrying six wires, strung as follows: One in 1880, one in 1881, one 1884, two in 1887 and one prior to the date of the recoid. From Shorb to the east boundary of the county 28.2 miles of poles, carrying five wires, one strung in 1880, ono in 1881, one in 1884 and two in 1887. From Shorb to Pasadena upon the highway 3 miles of poles, carrying three wires, strung in 1887. From Los Angeles to Newhall 29.9 miles of poles, carrying seven wires, of which one was strung in 1877, one in 1881, and the other five during 1884 --1887. From Newhall to Saugus 2.5 miles of poles, carrying six wires, of which one was strung in 1877, one in 188 L and the other four in 1884-1887. From Saugus to the north boundary of the county 53.5 miles of poles, carrying four lines, one strung in each of the years 1877, 1881, 1884 and 1887. From Newhall along the highway to the west boundary of the connty, 7 miles of poles carrying one wire, built in 1870 and rebuilt in 1877. From Los Angeles to Anaheim, 26.7 miles of poles carrying two wires, built in 1875. From Anaheim to Santa Ana, 8 miles, one wire, strung upon poles belonging to the S. P. K. R. Co. The Western Union Co. has no poles of its own between these points. From Orange station to West Orange, 4 miles of poles carrying two wires, strung in 1886. From Thenara to Long Beach, 3.8 miles of poles carrying two wires, strung in 1877. In the City of Los Angeles, 1 mile of poles carrying twenty-three wires, be tween main oflice and S. P. R. It., strung between 1877 and 1887. These lines the Western Union Tele graph Company asks the Supervisors to value at $15 per mile for poles, and $15 per mile for each wire under seven years old, and $10 per mile for each wire over seven years old. The Supervisors decided to fix the valuation at $60 per mile. THE COUBTS. Department No. 1— Cheney, jr. People vs. Martin Thomas—Defendant not in court; undertaking of bail de clared forfeited; bench warrant to issue; bail on bench warrant fixed at $1000. Cause continued for session, to be called up next session and then set for trial. Information filed against Joe Knis, charging him with assault with intent to murder, and Monday, August 6th, set for arraignment. McGregor vs. Anschlag—Motion to dissolve injunction denied. Brown & Foster Hardware Company vs. Howland et al—Defendant givon ten days further time to plead. Laughlin vs. Thompson—There being no appearance on the part of plaintiff; motion to retax costs granted. People vs. John Tierney—Defendant duly arraigned and August 6th set to plead. People vs. Mrs. C. Nelson —On motion of District Attorney information dis missed and defendant discharged. Leila Banages vs. Miguel Banages— Decree of divorce granted. Mary A. Brown vs. Edward Brown— Order restraining defendant from dispos ing of community property. SET FOB TO-DAY. ft, 3 3 People vs. Lucas. Trial of Ah Gee for burglary at A. M. Trial of Geo. Muenenhall, dealing banking and percentage game, 2 p. m. Department No. 2—Gardiner, J. Estate of Jobn Harris, deceased— Petition to set apart estate for use of family continued to August 1,1 f. m. . Estate of Justin Cochran, deceased— Probate of will continued to August 1,1 p. M. Estate of Jas. 0. Morrow—Petition to set apart estate for use of family contin ued to August 1, 1 P. M. Estate of S. C. Hahne, deceased- Petition for distribution continued to August 1, 1 P. M. Estate of John W. Grannis, deceased— Probate of will continued to August Ist, 1 P. M. Township Court—Taner, J> Munson vs. Stevenson —Judgement or dered for defendant for recovery of the THE LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD: TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 31, 1888 recovery thereof, together with'the costs ; 5 days stay of execution granted. People vs. Jose Olivas. robbery—Ex amination August !)th; $50 bail, bound filed. SET FOR TO-DAY. Abstract & Title Insurance Co. vs. Armtitron —9 a. m. Williams vs. Oaks—lo a. m. People vs. Dignon et al. —2 r. m. People vs. L. Hargitt—3 P. m. New Cases. John W. C. Miller and M. V. Bescailuz vs. N. P. Campbell—To quiet title to each half of lot 3 block 20, Canal and Reservoir tract, Los Angeles. C. E. Cline vs. Charley Fook, Wing Lee, J. A. Duncan, C. Apohlasa and Conception Apablasa—Mechanic lien on lot and building between Apablasa street and Marchessault street. Adam Becker vs. Geo. H. Beach, Geo. F. Mohn, Sr., and Geo. F. Mohn, Jr.— Foreclosure of mortgage on lot 7 block N, San I'ascual tract, land of the Lake Vineyard Land and Water Company; $26,666.66, with interest, etc. THE SUPERVISORS. Several Important Matter* Decided Vcaterda j . The Supervisors met yesterday and instructed the Clerk to notify the Road master to remove all obstructions from the Pankey & Martin road. The Clerk was also instructed to advertise for bids for the Printing of the Great Register, the bids to specify the price per name and the bidder to furnish bonds of $10,000. The bids of J. F. Houghton of $10,050 for $10,000 Inglewood school bonds and of $4,004 for $4,000 Qlendora school bonds were accepted. Judge R. A. Liug was instructed to sell the County Hospital property and after the sale of lot 7 block B, to Chas. Hahn for $230, the sale was continued until to-day. Tho following bids for the buildings at the county farm were received : A. Sher wood, $9,050; J. Norris, $10,125; Wm. White, $11,950; Hall & Landham, $10,267; HaddenA Jay, $13,524; White & Canner, $12,200; R. & A. Beyele, $13,500; H. Aufdenkamp, $11,538; Stuchell & Gerbole, $12,151; J. Fried lander, $12,300; F. E. Giee, $12,793 ; Keefe & Fitzpatrick, $12,500. The bid of A. Sherwood was accepted and the bond was fixed at $4,000. The matter of the incorporation of Alhambra came up, and testimony was taken on both sides of the question which is as to whether the petition for incorporation was signed by the requisite number of voters resid ing within the limits proposed to be incorporated. The question as to its legality was referred to the District Attorney as also was the matter of the incorporation of Lamanda City, and both cases were continued to August 7th. The assessment of C. B. Woodhead was raised from $4 to $40 per acre. H. L. McNeil's assessment was raised on 100 acres in tbe San Antonio Rancho, from $900 to $80J0. Sentous Bros, were ordered to appear August 3d to show cause why their assessment should not be raised, and the Board adjourned. THE SCHOOL^CENSUS. An Increase ot Seven Thousand Children in a Year. The county school census has been completed and it shows a very creditable increase of children. It has been found that there are about 7,000 more children in the county this year than there were a year ago. This places Los Angeles sec ond in the list of counties of the State, the total going above that of Alameda county, which decreased instead of in creased during the year. The increase shows that the increase was not alone in this city, but everywhere throughout the county, and the number of young chil dren under the age of five indica-.es tbat the number of school houses will have to be increased con side.ably in the near future. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Coal Wood, Charcoal and Coke. Wellington coal $16 per ton; Coos Bay coal $11.50 per ton; Welsh steam coal $12.50 per ton; Screenings $7 per top. Special rates for the above in ten ton lots. Charcoal from 60 cents to 75 cents per sack. Reduced prices for oak and mesquit wood for brickyards in car load lots. Walter S. Maxwell, office No. 8 Court street, telephone 33; yard Ala meda and Jackson streets, telephone 317. Furniture, Furniture. We would advise anybody wanting furniture to .call on the Pacific Furniture Company, 226-230 South Main street. They are actually selling 25 per cent, cheaper than others, and are giving first class goods for the money. You will save "big" money by trading there. Dr. 110-suii-Ko In his now discovery lor 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 uot sicken. Iv ail cases of Consumption, Coughs, Colds, Whoop ing Cough, Croup, Bronchitis, aud Fains in the Chest, it has given universal satisfaction. Dr. Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup is sold at 50 cents by C. H. Hance, 79 North Spring street. ADVICt) i\J MOTHERS. Mrs. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUPshov.nl always he used for CHILDRKN TI.IiTHING. It KOOTHUH tho CHILD, HOFTENS the GUMS, allays all num. CUKES WIND COLIC, and !a the HF.ST REMEDY for DI ARItIKKA. TWEN TY-FIVE CENTS A BOTTLE The Silver House, Baker Block. For beauti ful goods visit the Bilver House, 224.North Main street. Piloes at Eastern wholesale rates. Physicians say that Hungarian food is ex ceedingly nourishing. It can be found at the Vienna Buffet, oor. Main and Requena streets. The Vienna Buffet is the leading place in the city for refreshments. COAL ! S. r. WELLINGTON AND WALLSEXD, FOB SALE BY J. J. MEL.L.US, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Mjb**"Yard, corner fcocoua and Alamoda sts. Office, 231 Los Angeles street. telephone no. 100. jystf OF MUSIC Boston, Mass. THK LARGEST and Beat Equipped In the World—lu> instructors, 2252 students lait year. Thor ough Instruction In Total and Instrumental Music, Piano, and Organ Tuning, Fine Arte, Oratory, Literature, French, German and Italian Languages, English Brunches, Oymnas. tica, tic. Tuition, Si to i'io; board and room with Steam I Heat and Electric Light, 55.00 to *7 JO per week. Pull Terra begins Sept. IS, ToUS. For Illustrated Calendar, firing full information, addren E. TOURJEE, Director, raukliu Square, iIoSTOM. lLi.no. jel4-eod-2m wklyOt NOTIOE. THE LOS ANGELES CITY WATER CO. will strictly enforce the following rule: The hours for sprinkling are between 6 and 8 o'clock A. m. and 0 and 8 o'clock p. h. For a violation of the above regulation the water will be shut off and a fine of two dollars will be charged before water will be turned on again. A CALIFORNIA DISCOVERY. The parasites, of which we give cut below, dis> covered by us, ore tlie direct cause of Catarrh aud Consumption, also many other diseases. Magnified j6o Times. Imotrlno millions of these animalcules In the nose, throat aud lungs, as well as the minute eustachian tubes leading from the back part of tho throat to the middle ear, and you will imagine tlio misery they c»n produce. Thou sands are swallowed When the patient is asleep, causing kidney aud liver trouble, headache, blood poison, general debiiity, etc. We have a specific for destroying them and expelling the poison from tho blood. Use the CALIFORNIA POSI TIVE ADD NtCATIVE ELECTRIC COUGH AND WjSuMrTON CURE to tako and the CALIFORNIA POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE ELECTRIC LINIMENT to apply, and if tho stomach is bud, use tho CALIFORNIA POSITIVE AND NECATIVE ELECTRIC SYSTEM BUILDER it builds up tho system and purifies tho poisoned blood. They are manufactured from roots, herbs and flowers that grow in California, and are safe for child ren. They never fail. The Cough Cure ls ex cellent for Coughs Colds, _*i__»_2ii Croup, &c, no child will ever P (lie Willi croup whin this i s « FfSß____>3 H used. 'inTliii 11 ill 1111111 I t> instant If. See ourVrade Murk <gn?y r r' M ou every wrapper. Sold byJjfffiWjw'j «jJ Crmsiiiger & Co.. Props. LOS ANCELES, CALIFORNIA. _______ Diseases of Women a specialty CHRONIC DISEASES A SPECIALTY. RECTAL ULCERATION, CATARRHAL CON ditionsof tbe RECTUM and INTESTINAL IKACT poison the blood, interfere with diges tion and assimilation, producing fo-called CONSUMPTION. By removiug the cause we continue to cure this when all others fail. PILES, FISTULA, FIBBURE, RECTAL UL cers, curf d without Cutting, L'gatlng, Burn ing or Swallowing Medicine, by DR. A. W. BRINKERHOFF'H Sure and Painless System of operating. No chl voform or ether used. Cap-More than 150,000 operations and not one qeath. the oM, painful carbolic treat ment—it is dangerous. C. Kilt. Alt SMITH, M. D. RACHEL 8. PAGKSON, M.D. Assistant. Office—Hotel Hollenbeck, cor. Spring and Sec ond sts., Los Angeles. Ilojms 12 and 13. jy29-3m HER SUFFERINGS WERE INTENSE. A well-known lady of this city, who was treated by the undersigned in Chicago last sum mer, speaks thus of the result: "I had suffered from displacement of the womb for Bix years, and was In constant misery from bearing down feeliugs, back ache, consti pation, urinary difficulties, indigestion, and a most dis'.rcssine head.che, from which I was seldom free. My suffering! during the men strual epoch were intense, so as to oblige mc to go to bed. I abandoned my painful sup porter at once, afier commencing treatment wii h Dr. L. K. Blakeslce, and was entirely cured iv less than two months." DR. L. K. BLAKESL.EE, Formerly of Chicago, where he made an enviable reputation in his specialty, Diseases of Women, Has permanently located in Los Angeles, U_T- Aml ls prepare J to successfully treat aU those diseases peculiar to ladles that have proved so difficult and unsatisfactory in the hands of the general practitioner. sTHT"'l'he doctor has devoted his life to this ONE SPECIALTY', and his proficiency is at tested by the thousands who have been cured. _J_r" DISPLACEMENTS, ANTEVER9ION, RETROVERSION, PROLAPSUS, successfully treated by m/ NEW METHOD, without tho use of the cruel pessary or uterine supporter. _Q_p > Leucorrheea aud all irregularities speed ily and permanently cured, OFFICE HOURS: At residence, Vignes av enue, between Hawkins and Baldwin sts.. East Los Angeles, 9 a. m. to 12:30 p. h. At ollice, 45J 4 North Sprin j street, room 8, 3 to 6 p. H. Consultation free. ]y2B lm C. H. SCHULTZ, M, D., MOSCOW, RUSSIA, Sacrificed fifteen years in studying pri vate diseases of men and women especi ally. Warranted to cure any private diseases in a very short time, and diseases of women a specialty. Diseases diagnosed without explanation from the patient. Consultation free. Office hours—9 to 12 a. m., 2to 4 and 6 to 8 F, M. 218). South Main Street. Jy2ll2m For Recreation, tor Business, for Fun, J_»*s» RIDE WHEELS. UfTCwSL. Thf best is the cheapest, \!|)f////SV »nd we are prepared to THEVICIORS ' ARE THE BEST 'ife J\ Bicycles, Tricycles _ff safety Bicycles In the World. Illustrated catalogue free. P. L. ABEL, 30 S. Spring St. jes-6m BLACKMAN & 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 Angelea. jyl-3m The Great English Remedy. r^i^an^^^e^t^ English Medical Dispensary, 11 Kearney St., S. F., Cat. ji 27 12m eel HOTELS. Ihe Hotel Metropoe ! ON CATALINA ISLAND, r s now open for the summer season, under the true management of Messrs. COWLEY ,v HAKER. T«iits will be supplied by the management to parties wishing to camp. Also those having 'cuts are iuvited to bring them and camp on the island, COWLEV A BAKER, Prop's. ■I. E. ADIX, Manager. jyl3 lm THE STEWART SAN BERNARDINO, CAL. A New Hotel Opened January, 1888. Commercial and Tourist Hotel open all the year. Elegance, C onvenience and Comfort. ]els3m M. F. THOMPSON, Manager. BANK STATEMENTS. —OF— THE FARMERS' AND MERCHANTS' BANK OF LO3 ANGELES At the opening of business July 1,1388. ASSETS. Cash on hand ....$1,499,858 17 Cash on call and with Banks iv Fan Fraucisco, Chicago, New York, London, Paris aud Boilin 904,467 15 Total Available Cash $2,461 325 32 United Stat a 4 per cent, and other Government Bonds 302,461 53 Stocks and Warrants 127,398 60 Loans and Discounts 2,441,989 21 Real E-tate, Vaul s, Safe and Of fice Furuiture 9,687 25 $5,345,861 91 LIABILITIES. Capital (paid up) $500,000 00 Surplus 600 000 00 Undivided Profits 218 600 42 Duo Depositors 4 122,036 49 Dividends (declared and uncalled for 5,525 00 $5,345,861 Bt Isaias W. Hellman, President, nnd Leander C. Goodwin. Vice-President, of tbe Farmers' and Merchants' Bank of Los Angeles, being severally duly sworn, each for himself, says the foregoing statement is true, t > the test of his knowledge anal belief. (Signed) ISAIAS VV. HELLMAN. President. (Signed) L. C. GOODWIN, Vice-President, Subscribed and sworn to before me this 6th day of July, A. D. 1888. (Signed) FREDERICK HARKNESS. (heal.) Notary Public. )>7 lm MISCELLANEOUS. $700—Lot 30x160, New Depot st. near Pearl, is worth $1,500 at the very lowest $I,ooo— Lot 50x118,0n Adams at., near Hoover; half cosh. This is a sure bargain in the midst of substantial improvements. $I,loo—Lot Montgomery near Hay ward st ; graded and curbed. $1,200-52>ax175, Ocean, near Broadway, close to the proposed park. $I,3oo—Lot 69x166, Mattle 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—Hou6e, 6 ro ms, Bryant aye., near Ver mont. $2,3oo—House, 4 rooms, New Depot St., near Pearl $2 400—House, 6 rooms, Blame, near Tenth. *3,soo—Honse, 5 rooms, Olive, near Pico. RANCHES. $4,650—40 acres, improved, house, windmill, barn, well, trees, etc.; one mile from Norwalk; iv the artesian belt. $150 an acre—2so acres irrigable land, fenced, cross leDCed, large water right, two houses, barns, etc.; 100 acres in alfal fa. Nine miles from the city. A splen did locality for a dairy or stock ranch. 10 acres, subdivided, on Rapid Transit road, \\_ miles from Plaza, to be sold in part or r.s a whole, at a bargain, showing 100 per cent, profit at auction prices. FOR LEASE. 40 feet on Main, near Third. 80 feet on Main, cor. Mayo 24 feet on Spring, near Fifth. 75 feet on Los Angeles, near Second. 100 feet on Second, near Alameda. 50 feet on Fourth, near San Pedro. TO LET. New stores ou Second st., near Main, $50. Store on Aliso, near Alameda. $40. New Stores on Main st, near Ninth, $40. Get our pamphlet on Los Angeles for free dis tribution. Apply to C. A. SUMNER & CO. Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers, 54 North Main Street. jylTtf SIMI RANCHO! 96,000-ACRES-96,000 First-class Fruit Lands, 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 DAIRY FARMS AT LOW FIGURES Flowing Wells can be had in the lower valleys at less than 100 feet Special Inducements Offered to Colonists R. W. POINDEXTER, Secy, 19 West First Street. jc3o-3m C.I <UL P. Transfer Co, —HAS— Removed to 116 W. First St., UNDER TIH NADEAU HOTEL. LOS ANGELES, CAL. 249. Jy4 lm LAZARUS & MELZER, 111 N. SPRING STREET, next to City of Paris. Complete Assortment of STATIONERY, BOOKS AND PRINTERS' SUPPLIEa The leading VAPER HOUSE in Southern California. ]el7tf LJIOjUORS. PIOl! WRY! Nos. 24 ana 27 Olvera street, and 437 Alameda street, cor. Los Angeles. Piroki A Slatbi Proprietors. Manufacturers of Pure Wines and Brandies. Families and trade supplied. Ooods delivered free of charge. P. O. dox 1277. Telephone 536. Siun and Locksmith. Grun and Locksmith. Sharpening- and Repairing of Laws Mowers. Safe Repairing of any description. 121 WEST FIRST ST., LOS ANGELES, CAL. ]y2B 3m Tallors'and DrrssmaKers'Fiirntsner l. zisrisr amoist, Importer and Dealer In Tailors' and Dressmakers' Trimmings C.oth Tailor-made Buttons made to order to match any color of goods. Store open till 8 p. m. 23 8. Fort St., bet. First and Becond, LOS ANGELES, CAL. jy2B-lm Towel Supply Company. 41 South Spring, Room 10, For 811 per month furnishes one large 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. Wagon Material, Hardwood, Iron, Steel, Blacksmiths' Coal and Tools, Cabinet Woods, etc. JOHN WIGrMORE & CO. 13 and 14 South Los Angeles Street. , Jyl tf WILLAMETTE STEAM MILLS : Lumber and Manufacturing | COMPANY, Formerly the Oregon Lumber Company. 1 Oregon Pine and California Redwood Lumber 'of every description at their new yard en Date, Chavez and Mission streets. We have a , flue stock of Laths, Pickets, Shingles and Fin ■ isbing Lnmber of a superior quality. We are - also prepared to fill orders on short notice for j building materials ot every description, i Particular attention paid to orders for un usual lengths and dimensions. Orders solicited. jyl-tf J. A. RUS3. 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 Btreet aud Grand avenue. ; Garvanza Lumber Yard, Garvanza. jy23tf ■ J. A. HendersOH President. J. R. Smirk Vice-Pres. and Tress. , W*. F. Mars ha 1.1. 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, Stairs, STAIR-RAILS, BALLOSTERS, 1 Newell Posts and mill work of every descrip tion, and dealer* in Lime, etc. 538 N. Alnin(>da St., Los Angeles. KERCKHOFF-CUZKER Mill and Lumber Company, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in LUM BEE! Yards at San Pedro (Wharf), Los Angeles (Main office), Pomona, Pasadena, Puenta, La manda, Monrovia, Azusa, Glendora, Lords burg, Burbank. Planing Mills at Los Angeles, Pomona, Mon rovia. ■ jy2s-tf CD OPERATIVE LUMBER COMPANY 275 N. Main St , I.os 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, 873 N. Main St. W. A. VANDERCOOK 275 N. Main. J. C. MKBRII.I., 113 W. Fir St. C. A SUMNKR <fc CO., 54 ft. Main. 0. B. RIPi.EY Pasadena. ELLIS & SIMPSON, Pasadena. jy2o lm Western Lumber Co. yard: Cor. Ninth and San Pedro Streets. LUMBER of ail class can be had at this yard. jee-tf D. R. BOZELL. A. ROZELL. ROZELL BROS., —DEALERS IN — Lumber and Building Material. Yard corner Main and Jefferson sts., Telephone No. 745. Los Angeles, Cal, jeta 2m PERRY, MOTT & COS Lumber Yards AND PLANING MILLS, No 76 Commerolal Street. Jyl-tf THE ONLY HELIABLE OPTICAL ESTABLISHMENT, 64 North Main Street. If you have defective eyes and value them, go to the Optical Institute for your i-pectacles and Eye Glasses. It isthe only establishment or>the southern part of this coast where they are meas ured on thorough scientific principles Lenses ground to order if necessary to correct each par ticular case. No visual defect, where glasses are required, too complicated for us. We guaran tee our fitting to be absolutely perfect. Los Angeles Optical Institute, 84 North Main Street. STRASSBURttER & MARSCHUTZ. . A full assortment of artificial eyes always kept ■ on hand. f B-5m 3 < Uiuni.l :s, WAQONS, ETC. RICirfDSOI^ PINE CARRIAGES, HUGGIKP, Spring and Farm Vaftu —AND— —AGRICULT (JRAL IMPLEMENTS,— 48 AND 50 N. Los ANO RLBB 8l- Los Anqelbs. Cal. ]yl-tf FOR FIM^UiMES | —AND— CARRIAGES —80 TO— JEL. GIEBE, The Farm Implement Dealer. 44 to 48 N. Los Angeles ft. Los Angeles. RlCflAEl) MOLONY, Largest manufactory In Southern California. CARRIAGE AND WAGON MAKER. Repairing, Painting and Trimming executed promptly aud neatly. Guarantee satisfaction in all work. 115, 117 and 119 Aliso street, Los Angeles, Cal. A new factory, new machinery aud latest Im provements. JylU lm Furniture and Carpets. " DEALBBIN FURNIfURB AND CARPETS. 38 and 34 South Spring St. W. E. BEESON, —DBALBB IK— Furniture, Bedding and Upholstery. Carpets, Linolenms, Shades and Draperies. Bole Agent for the American Washing Machines 119 and 181 w. Second St., Between Spring and Fort, TELEPHONB 269. LOS ANGELES, CAL ___ WALTON & WACHTEL, Wholesale and Retail Dealer* la FURNITUKB OF ALL KINDS, A.t Lowest Possible Bates. 814, 318 and 818 South Spring St., ]y6-tf Bet Third and Fourth Sts. Beitanrania. The Horse Shoe from the Door! —BUT TRY THE— Horse Sfioe Restaurant, 120 E. SECOND ST., near San Pedro. First-class Meals from 15 cents up. Call and see us, MRS. WILSON, Proprietress, jy2s lm Los Angeles. Elite Restaurant L. E. GASTON, : Proprietor Late Chief Cook Maison Bicte, San Francisco. No. 13 West First St., LOS ANGELES, CAfe / Open all night j y 6 _ m ILLIOJH'S Restaurant and Oyster Parlors, 41 and 43 North main Street. GREAT REDUCTION IN OYSTERS. Large Eastern, per 100 «4 SO Small Kastern, per 100. 3 50 Small Eastern, raw or stewed, per plate.. SS Large Eastern, any style, per plate SO Baltimore, selected, per can 85 If PRIVATE ROOMS upstairs for ladies end families, where meals will be served in the jyl6tf JERRY IEEICBt, Proprietor. Storage and Commission. Naud's Waiin^u»er~ R. G. Wbysb, Proprietor. Grain, fool and General Hanisc warehouse. Storage, Commission and Insurance. Agents lor all kinds of Agricultural Imple ments. Wholesale and retail dealers in Im ported and Domestle Wines, Brandies sod Whiskies. 634 to 666 Alameda street. lyieti B. T. TEAMAN. 8. A. BUTLBB PACIFIC 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. ly!2 2m Engine and Roller makers. The StearnslanufactttiiifcC AUTOMATIC ENGINE AND BOILER MAKERS, Foundry-men, machinists and (ien eral Wood. Workers. Manufacturers of Regulator Wind Mill, Pumps, Tanks, eta, Special attention given to repairing machinery. CORNER MAIN AND DATE STREETS, LPS ANGELES. Clothing and Furnishing Uooda. SPRING CLOTHING LARGE STOCK 1 Comprising everything for BO ¥8 AND CHILDREN. Come and see us at 19 S. Spring St., - Los Ahsblbs, Cal ABERNETHY & TAFT. manufacturing Jeweler. ~~ Jul.wolterT" —Manufacturing Jeweler, Diamond Setting. Repairing, Engraving. Gold and sliver Plating done. High Prices for Old Gold and Silver. 7Vg Commercial St., Room I, jr<> 3m LOS ANGELES, CAL. wiimDer.' material. Crane Bros. Ma'fc Co., Chicago and Pittsl>nrg. Manufacturers of Pipe, Fittings, Brass Goods, TOOLS, PUMPS, HOSE, Packing and Sewer Pipe, Plumbers' and Gas otters' Material in every variety. Cor. Requena and Los Angeles st., Lot Augeles.