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ANSCHLAG'S INQUEST.
It Ik Sorts Turned Over to the
medical College.
An inquest, was held yesterday after
noon on the body of Anschlag and a ver
dict was found by the jury to the effect
that he came to his death by poison,
"said poison having been taking by him
self with intent to commit Buicide and
also that said poison was furnished hitu
by a person or persons unknown." Pro
fessor U. S. G. Glick testified that An
schlag had told him and Jailor Russell
at the time the poison was discovered on
him a week before his death that he had
obtained it from Pat Long. Anschlag
regretted the finding of the poison upon
him and said he did not know whether
he intended to take it or not.
Jailor Russell testified to having
stripped Anschlag of everything when
the poison had first been discovered and
he could not account for the fact that
Anschlag had obtained poison to conceal
in his tobacco. He told the story of
Anschlag's death as related by the Her
ald at the time, and said that Frank
Fray had smuggled poison into the
prison. He had also found poison on
Hankins, who said he got it from r>ray.
He did not find any on Wolff, however.
The b;.dy was turned over to the Medi
cal College after the inquest.
THE RAIN.
It Create* Some Antusement for the
Citizens.
The rain continued at intervals all day
yesterday, and the streets generally were
in a very bad condition. Large pools of
water were to be found in many places,
and in some localities the citizens were
inclined to make fun of the condition of
affaire. On First street, in the neighbor
hood of the river, signs bearing the in
scription, "No swimming or fishing al
lowed on this street," were posted, and
on Alameda street the passers-by were
informed that steamers would sail at
regular intervals for San Pedro
and way ports. First street was
almost impassable from Alameda
street to the river. The fact that it had
been torn up for the cable road only made
it the worse for travel. People coming
in from Boyle Heights took the Aliso
Btreet way in preference. Kuhrts street,
East Lou Angeles, was flooded for the
distance of a block, where the ground
was low and the graders had left no place
for the water to run off. The people
residing there were forced to take their
departure by way of their back doors.
At the junction of Seventh and Alameda
streets a large pond formed fully three
feet deep and 300 feet long. Some of the
citizens proposed to get up a boat race
over a mile course for small s!ake6, but
the date has not been announced.
A number of pools were re
ported during the day and the
force of the Street Superintendent was
kept busy iv repairing breaks and in
keeping the street crossings clear.
Up to noon yesterday the fall had been
for the twenty-four hours previous .57
of an inch according to the Signal Ser
vice guage at the corner of First and
Spring streets, .72 of an inch by the
guage at the Germain Fruit Company on
Alameda street, near Aliso, and .47 of an
inch according to the guage kept by Mr.
G. W. Burton on Bunker Hill avenue,
near Second street.
Pomona ana F.lslnore.
The Elsinore News of the 10th has the
following:
On Saturday evening last Messrs. (ah H.
Heald. W. E. Hampton, S. M. Catnbern,
J. L. Cherry and E. P. Gray held a rail
road conference in the office of Mr.
Heald on Spring street. After consider
able discussion it was agreed that if Mr.
Cherry would use his influence with the
Southern California Coal and Clay Com
pany and secure the removal of the Terra
Cotta works to Elsinore, Messrs.
Heald and Hampton would use
their influence with the directors
of the Pomona and Elsinore and secure
that company's grade through Elsinore
and the Warm Spring valley at the
price named by Mr. Cherry as trustee for
the Elsinore and Los Angeles railroad,
namely, $2,500. Mr. Cherry is personally
anxious for the removal of the works to
town, as is also Mr. Gray, the company's
vice-president, so that there is but little
doubt but what within a very short time
Elsinore will have both a railroad and
terra cotta and sewer pipe works.
On Monday Mr. Heald received a let
ter from H. A. Palmer, stating that
Judge Luce, the attorney for the San
Diego and Elsinore, had had an inter
view with Richard Gird, one of the di
rectors of the Pomona and Elsinore, and
had informed him that parties represent
ing the Union Pacific were desirous of
obtaining the rights of way, etc., of the
Pomona and Elsinore on the same
terms offered the Southern Pacific,
agreeing to build the road en
tire from Pomona to San Diego
and to commence work at both
ends within thirty days. Since
the receipt of this letter Mr. Heald has
decided to secure the now uncompleted
right of way of the new company, giving
them the opportunity of commencing
operations right away, and in event the
parties representing the _ Union Pacific
do not commence work within the time
referred to, they will transfer the grade
of the Pomona and Elsinore on the ' eras
mentioned to the Elsinore and Los An
geles Company as soon as the grade is
completed from the station to where the
Pomona and Elsinore right of way be
gins, and if the Elsinore and Los An
geles directors prefer, they can go on
building the grade on their own right of
WBy.
The last named proposition has not
been communicated to Mr. Cherry as
yet, but will doubtless prove satisfactory.
Mr. Cherry is in San Francisco now se
curing the necessary guarantee of the
removal of the works to Elsinore, and if
successful, which he doubtless will be,
he will telegraph Mr. Gray, and the ne
gotiations now pending between the two
companies will be closed up and the work
of construction will set in in good earn
est. It can't come any too soon.
California Colony Enterprise.
The first party of settlers from the
California Mutual Benefit Colony, of
Chicago, numbering about forty families,
arrived at San Francisco yesterday and
immediately took stage, under the guid
ance of Mr, R. W. Poindexter, of this
city, for their new homes in the Simi
Valley. This colony was organized
nearly a year ago by Dr. G. A. Cutler, of
Chicago, and a committee was sent out
from that city with instructions to find
the best location in California. After
several months diligent search over Cal
ifornia, they finally selected Southern
California as the most desirable location
for a colony and a most favorable and
satisfactory purchase was made from the
Simi Land and Water Company. The
party which arrived yesterday were not
only men of means, but of enterprise as
well, and will make tbe Simi "blo'soni
as the rose." Other, parties HfiU follow
in quick succession and before the spring
ihey expect to have a handsome tbwu
THE LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING. NOT EMBER 18. 1888,
built. They have shipped eleven hand
some two-story buildings from Chicago,
and will order more at once. This col
ony starts out on a novel plan, that is,
ft California. They will give lots free
t) all who will build, and offer every in
drcement to settlers. That is to say,
their colony is on the mutual benefit
plan and any who wish to join it can
come in as an original owner. Dr. Cut
ler himself accompanies the colonists,
and may be found by his many friends
who may come out "this winter at the
hotel of the Simi Company in the valley.
Depot Jottings.
Mr. Len Harris, of the Southern Pa
j cific's special service, left for San Fran
cisco on last night's train.
Mr. G. 0. Green will take charge
again to-day of the telegraph instruments
in the Santa Fe's office on Spring street.
Mr. Di W. Hitchcock, General Coast
Agent of the Union Pacific, left for his
headquarters at San Francisco on the
1:15 p. m. train yesterday.
The Natural Gas Company will occupy
a car on No. 18 to-day. They are
booked throueh to St. Louis, and will
not give any show en route.
Mr. G. W. Sanborn, General Coast
Agent of the Burlington system, who
has been passing a few days in this city,
will leave for the north to-day.
Despite the heavy rains that have
been falling on the desert during the past
thirty-six hours, no washouts are re
ported and the overlands were bulle
tined on time yesterday.
Bound to San tlueutln.
The 1:15 r. if, train northward carried
a batch of prisoners to San Quentin yes
terday. Two of them were in charge of
Deputy Sheriff Terence Cooney, their
names being D. Balderama and H. 8.
McClure. Balderama was convicted of
grand larceny and will have a presiden
tial term of four years in San Quentin in
consequence, while McClure will remain
only a year in that establishment for the
crime of petty larceny. Two niorose
lookintt individuals in charge of Deputy
SheriffT. C. Warden, of San Bernardino,
accompanied the party northwards.
Their names are Charles Thomas and
Wm. Edwards; they are both under sen
tence for burglary, and are booked for
three years and one and a half years re
spectively.
To Wert.
The following were yesterday licensed
to wed:
David Roberts and Emily M. Rese, of
Pacoima.
Joseph O. McPherson, of Long Beach,
and Lillie Johnson, of Wilmington.
Daniel D. Davies, of Long Beach, and
Josie Johnson, of Wilmington.
Henry Krumdick and Louisa Earth, of
Los Angeles.
G. A. Mensch and Mary E. Lingstron,
of Los Angeles.
Josie Riddle and Mary Miner, of Los
Angeles.
Los Angeles has had few more ener
getic business men than H. J. Woolla
cott. He has built up a splendid trade
that ramifies all over the United States
in California wines and brandies, and in
time he will doubtless rival the colossal
wine houses of Bordeaux. He has
achieved his success by the sterling ex
cellence of his goods, his inflexible per
sonal integrity, and an enterprise and
dash worthy of all praise.
Two Prtbons Attack, a Hull.
Last Sunday week, says the Natal
(South Africa) Witness, one of the most
remarkable scenes on record is reported
as having been witnessed in the vicinity
of Table Mountain. A troop of cattle,
consisting of twelve cows and a patri
archal old bull, were grazing on one of
the plateau-like spurs of the mountain,
which is surrounded on three sides by
precipitous ravines and on tbe fourth
side, that hearest the mountain, by
dense bush. Some natives higher up
the mountain were attracted by the
sudden bellowing of the cattle, and
saw two enormous pythons coming
nut of the bush and making for
the cattle, which had drawn them
selves up in a compact group, the bull
at its head. As the pythons drew near
the animals gradually backed till they
stood on a small space that jutted out
over a tremendous precipice. At this
stage a sudden rush was made, but only
one heifer succeeded in escaping. The
other cattle lowing in the most piteous
manner, gradually backed and one by
one fell over the precipice, till finally
only the bull was left. He suddenly
charged at the biggest python, transfix
ing the reptile on bis horns, but the
second snake seized the bull in its folds
and, having its tail around a
huge bowlder, commenced to crush
the bull, which, moaning piteously
struggled frantically to escape. The tail
of the python lost its hold of the rock,
but the larger snake, which bad slipped
off the horn, lapping its tail around a
smaller bowlder opposite the one the
other snake had just released, seized the
bull and compressed tbe animal in itß
ssaly folds. The other python succeeded
in regaining its former position and the
bull was literally suspended in mid-air
by the snakes. The whole scene, looked
like some ghastly triumphal arch. The
snakes were evidently getting the
best of the poor brute, which was bleed
ing profusely, when, by a sudden effort,
his struggles forced both reptiles to
loose their hold of the rocks, and the
whole three were hurled into the ravine
beneath. The cattle weie found on the
first ledge of the precipice, all being
dead, but the bull and the pythons had
bounded from ledge to ledge, and were
fonnd 400 feet below the scene of tbe
fight. The bull was merely a mangled
mass, and the snakes were greatly muti
lated, the larger one having the vertebre
broken in nine places. The pythonp,
which were of the rock species, were
male and female, and measured respec
tively 40 feet 3 inches, and 36 feet 9._.
inches.
Chicago Small Talk: Handsome
young woman—"l fancy, Mr. Wabash,
that you will hardly recognize me."
Mr. Wabash—"Oh, don't say that, my
dear Mrs. Lakeside. I was a guest at
your wedding a year ago, you remem
ber." Handsome young woman—"l
know; but you men are so forgetful."
Mr. Wabash —"Home men are forgetful,
Mrs. Lakeside, but [gallantly] you are
not one to be forgotten and this renewal
of our acquaintance is certainly a great
pleasure to me. Still living with your
husband, I suppose?" — [New York
Sun.
Her First Sleeping Car; Gertrude—
"You'll enjoy this trip, Auntie. It'll be
fun. It's an awfully fast train 1" Aunt
Hester (who sees a gentleman opposite
preparing to turn in)—"Sakes alive!
Awfully fast! What will your uncle
say?"—[Life.
Sttlstaction guaranteed by using Sperry's
Family Flour.
Buckwheat flour, crop of 1688, at Seymour A
Johnson Co.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
FINANCE AND TRADE.
financial.
EXCHANGE REVIEW.
New York, November 17.—The stock market
to-day was a limited one. The fluctuations
were very narrow and the vo'ume of business
small, but all through there was a quiet under
tone of strongth that Bhowed on the surfsce
whenever any buying orders wore executed.
Government bonds were dull but firm.
HONEY QUOTATIONS.
New York, November 17—Money on call easy
at per cent.; closed offered at 2.
Prime mercantile paper, 4>^@6.
Sterling exchange firm at «4.84U for sixty
Jay bills; $4.87% for demand.
Bar silver, 93% c.
The banks hold $11,500,000 in excess of the
legal requirement.
STOCKS and bonds.
Rbw Yobk, November 17.—Closing Quota
tions:
o\B.4s,reg 127%|N.P.Preferred 60%
J. 8. 48, coup 127% Northwestern. ... 1105fc
Pacific 6s 121 iOregon Imp't .... 70
American Ex. . . .112 Navigation 91%
Pacific... 54 Transcontinental. 30><
Canada Sou 52% Pacific Mail 38%
Jeutral Pacific... 35 | Reading 48%
Surlinston 110%' Rock Island 107
0. L. A W 187k 8t Paul 65! i
OenverAßioGr. .117 it. Paul A Omaha 38
Brie 27 St Louts AB. F... 16)4
Lake Shore 90V$ Texas Pacific 23! i
L. AN 57% Union Pacific 64%
Mich Central U. S.Express .... 78
Kans A Texas... .113% Fargo 136
N.Y. Central 10S'/„ Western Union... 84%
Northern Pac. . 16%
Boston, November 17.—Closing prices:
AA T flrst7s Mcx Cent c0m.... 12%
A A T Land Gr 78.115 | Mcx Cent Ist m bs 63%
AATRR. . .. 64%' San Diego L'd Co. 27
Burl A Quincy ...110^1
MINING STOCKS.
Ban Francisco, November 17. -The following
are the closing prices:
Best A Belcher. 9,\l\i Peer 65
Chollar 4.40 Potosl 425
Oon.Virginia. 10.25 lavage 5.25
Confidence. 17 50 Sierra Nevada.. 4.30
Gould A Curry.. 5.37H Union Con 4 25
Hale A Norcross 6 87!-., Yellow Jacket.. 6.25
Ophir 8 00
MINING SHARKS.
New York, November 17. — Mining shares
closed as follows:
Amador 2.00 [Iron Silver 300
Belcher 7.62 I Mexican 5.00
Best A Belcher. 9.00 ! Navajo «.10
Bodie 1.85 I Ontario 32 50
Caledonia B H.. 3.00 Ophir 7.75
Chollar 4.40 IPlvmouth 8.25
Crown Point . 7.62 Savage 4.90
Con. Cal. A Va..10 25 lßlerra Nevada.. 420
DeadwoodT 1.55 Silver King 1.20
Gould AOnrry .. 5.00 Union Con 4.10
Homcstake 11.75 IVellow Jacket. 6.00
Drain Markets.
DOMESTIC
Chicago, November 17.-1:15 p. m. close-
Wheat—Easier. Cash, *I.IOH per bushel; De
cember, $1.11; January, 81.09U; May,
$1.12 15-16.
Corn—Steady. Cash, 39% c. per bnshel; De
cember, 38!-£c; January, 37 3-10 c; May, 38% c.
Oats—Gteady. Cash, 25% c. per bushel; De
r.ember. 25?„c: May, 29% c.
Rye—Dull; 55c. per bushel.
Barley—Nominal.
BANFRANCisco,Novembcrl7—Wheat—Steady.
Buyer season, $1.71% per eenul; buyer '88.
$1.60%.
Barley—Steady. Buyer season, 96% c. per
cental; buyer '88, 86J^c.
foreign.
Liverpool, November 17.—Wheat — Quiet;
demand fair; holders offer moderately.
Corn—Quiet; demand fair. New mixed West
ern, 4s. B%d. per cental.
Live stock tviaraet.
Chicago, November 17.—Cattle —Receipts,
5,000. Steady, choice beeves, [email protected];
steers. $3.00 0)5.00; stockeis and feeders, $2.00
@3.40; Texas steers, [email protected]; Western
rangers, [email protected] 10.
Hogs-Receipts, 13,000. Steady. Mixed,
[email protected]; light, [email protected]; heavy, $5.30
@5.55.
Sheep—Receipts, 4,000. Steady. Natives,
[email protected] 50; Western, [email protected]!)0; Texans,
$2.50®3.40.
_ ~~ ~
General Market*.
San Francisco. November 17.—Wheat—Stan
dard quality, $1.57; 4 per cental.
Barley—No. 1 feed, 81Wa82Wo. per cental.
Oats-Surprise, $1.20®1.25; milling, $1.20®
1.23>,; choice feed, $1.17H; No. 1, g1.12 1 ,,®
I. 15; lower grades, $1 [email protected]; gray, $1 O.U
Corn—White, $1.15 per cental.
Middlings—slß[email protected]
Bran—Best, $U>.50®17.50.
Butter-Fair to choice, 30®37>£c.
New York, November 17.—Hops—Moderate
demand.
Coffee—Options steady. Sales, 35,000 bag*,
includiug November, $13.75: December,sl3.3s
f)l3 55; January, a>13.25®13.45; February,
13 [email protected]; March. [email protected]
Sugar—Raw strong but dull; refined quiet.
Copper—Weak and irregnlar. Lake, Novem
ber, $17.30.
Lead—Dull Domestic, $3. 62%.
Tin—Fieer bidding. Straits, $22.35.
Chicago, November 17.—Whiskey—$1.20.
Shoulders, $7.37U®7.50; short clear,
®8.25; short ribs, [email protected]
Pork — Steady. Cash, $14.80; December.
$14 January, May, $15.07!-j'@
15.10.
Lard—Steady. Cash, $8.40; December,
January, $8.22H'®8.15: May, $8.37}.,.
DAILY REAL ESTATE RECORD.
Published by the Abstract and Title
Insurance Company of Loa An.
geles.
Saturday, November 17, 1888.
conveyances.
L E Anderson and Johanna C Anderson to
George Matson—W% ol lots 1 and 2, block 27,
California Co-operative Colony tract; $1,000.
Thomas R Manning to Clynton Blythe—Part
E% lot Q, Hoffman survey, also strip in NE cor
of NEK See 10, Tp 1 8, R 12 W, containing 3
acres, all in Ro Santa Gertrudes; $2,500.
George H Hutchinson to E 8 Hubbard and W
E Hubbard—Lots 14. 17 and 18, block 4, Hut
chinson tract; $2,109.
E A MDler and W B Harriott to E A Davis-
Lot I, Miller & Herriott's subdn of Harper trt;
$2,000.
Henry Clement and Elijah Gay to E X Alex
ander—Lota 14, 15 and 16, block G, Norton
tract, 231 acres of land E side of Santa Fe R R
at lands of E W Reid; $6,750.
W N Monroe to E F Spence—T ots C, D, E, F,
G, H.J, X, L, M,N, O, block 19, lots A and B.
block 22, lots A and B, block 23 (except part of
lot B, block 23), addn No. 1, Monrovia tract;
$10,000.
The Long Beach Land and Water Co to J H
Yon Keith—Lot 17 block 94, Long Beach:
$1,100.
William A Cheney to Irvingßruce-Und half
of lot 3 block 24, Phillips tract. 10.10 acres;
$1,500.
Larkin Snodgrass to Henry Martz—Lots 7, 8
and 9 block B, Cameron tract; $3,500.
James Cambell to C Ehrenfeld—Lot 18,
Legges' lower tract, Pasadena; $1,050.
Emily N. Preston and John E Preston to Chas
Cassat Davis—Lot 7 block D, subd of lot 3 block
39, H 8; $4,500.
Jsmeß A Whitaker to J H Wright-Lot 3 and
8 4 95 acres in lot 2 block 60, Buena Park;
$2,200.
James A Whitaker to Cornelia S Wright—Lot
1 and N 2 10 acres of lot 2 block 6, Bnena
Park * $1 800.
FN Myers' to John Wilde—Part of lot 13,
block 13, Monrovia: $2,900
Henry Clement and Elijah Gay to W X Nor
ton—Lot 5, block E; ana lots 9, 10 and 11,
blook 16, Day Star tract; $1,475.
Pomona Land and Water Co to T B Ross—
11. 122 acres, part of lot 33, NE Pomona tract:
$1,112 70.
Jane Cross to Mary N Robertson—Lot 6, block
2, Fairview tract; $1,800.
SUMMARY.
Number of transfers above $1,000 each. 17.
Total amount of consideration, $47,363.
Number of transfers tinder $1,000 each, 24
Total amount of consideration, $9,884.
Transfers for a nominal consideration, 10.
Aggregate of day's transfers, $57,257.
Note—Transfers of which the consideration
is less than $1,000 are not published in the
above Hat..
DIED.
FUNERAL NOTICES ONE DOLLAR.
LAKlVEE—Noiember 16th. Frankie, beloved
son of Martha and Ludwlg Larlvee, aged 4
years and 7 months.
Funeral at 2 o'clock r. m. Sunday from the
residence of L. Larlvee, 139 St. John street.
Friends and acquaintances Invited to attend.
MOURNING SUITS
pEADYMADE CONSTANTLY ON HAND
OF. MADE TO ORDER IN BIX HOTJBS AT
Mosgrove's Cloak
and Suit House,
Sl South Spring Street.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Grand Cental Hotel—E 8 Moors, Lot
(teles: E A Chase. Santa Monica: thai 1 >h
Monte Vißta: Evan Evans, Downey: J Redr .■■ .
Globe, AT; C E Bauer, Saito; A C King, A >■
Rexton, Geo N Ferris, Gladstone: W D Jtuiii
scon Jr, and son, Diaz, Mexico; W 8 Bhieli>
sticks, Cienega, A P Cochems, Tucson; M F
Button, Nentura; Geo W Stockton, J M Stum,
F S Stuart, Bardsdale; Jas Barrett, Silver Moun
tain; c Ferguson, J Ferguson, San Fernando.
Benton'a Hair Grower.
All who are BALD, all who arc becoming
BALD, all who do not want to be BALD. al".
who are troubled with DANDRUFF or ITCH
ING of the scalp, should use Benton's Hair
Grower. Eighty Per Cent, of those using it
nave grown hair. It never falls to stop the hair
from falling. Through sickness and fevers tbe
hair sometimes falls off ln a short time, and
though the person may have remained bald for
years, if you use Benton's Hair Grower accord
ing to directions yon are sure of a growth of
hair. In hundreds of cases we have procured
a good growth of hair on those who have been
aid and glased for years. We have fully tub
al) tiated the following facts:
We grow hair in every case, no matter bow
long bald.
Unlike other preparations, it contains no su
gar of lead, or vegetable or mineral poi
sons.
It is a specific for falling hair, dandruff and
itching of the scalp.
The Hair Grower is a hair food, and its com
position is almost exactly like the oil
which supplies the hair with its vitality
If your druggists have not got it, we will send
it prepaid on receipt of price, $1.00.
For sale by C H. Hance.
1 insist on having Sperry's Family Flour.
For Sale or Exchange.
A fine farm containing 160 acres, located in
the great San Jacinto Valley, two miles from
the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad.
Land is a loose, red sandy loam, susceptible of
cnltivation at all seasons of the year, and par
ticularly adapted to the raising of vines, trees
and grain. Surface water at 12 feet from tbe
surface; 40 acres under cultivation, small
house, orchard, etc., on the property; Intelli
gent neighbors and good school facilities,
churches, etc. Resson for selling, infirmity of
the owner. Will take part in improved city
property, or a small farm near this city. In
quire 10 North Spring street.
Unequalled. Sperry'a Family Flour.
Thanksgiving Day Plum Pudding. Mince
Meat and Cranberries. Seymour A Johnson Co.
Unexcelled, Sperry's Family Flour.
Reward.
One thousand dollars will be paid for each
and every graiu cf poisonous substance found
in Wisdom T D Robertire, for beauiifyingandpre
serving the complexion, removing tan, fiun
turr., freckles and all blemishes and rough ness
of the skin. Used aud endorsed by the elite of
society and tbe stage. Sold by ail druggiß sat
50 cents per bottle —white and flesh.
Unsurpassed. Sperry's Family Flour.
Fancy pack of raisins, at H. Jevnc's.
Nervous Disorders.
DR. FLIN I"S REMEDY must be takeu when
excessive or continuous muscular exertion, ex
citing passions, or over-indulgence, stimulating
food or drink, or nervous disorders have long
continued. Descriptive treatise with each bot
le; or, address Mack Drug Co., N. Y.
Ask your grocer for Sperry's Family Flour.
Finnan baddies, at H. Jerne's, 38 and 40
North Spring street.
When Baby was sick, we gave htr Castoria,
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria,
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria,
When she bad Children, she gave them Castoria,
The best flour manufactured is Spcrry*s
Family.
Reduced Below Eastern Prices.
On and after this date we will sell evetything
in our line at reduced rates. Spouges, Cham
ois Skins, Brushes, Comb;, Face Powders,
Perfumes, Drngs and Chemicals and Prescrip
tions. So save your money by buying at Mc-
DONELL'B DRUG STORE, 271 N. Main It,
TENTS at Foy's harness Shop, 217LosAngeles
street.
Special Bargains.
11 ACRES on PICO ST., about % mile ,
west of Electric R. R. terminus $5,000
PEARL ST., bet. Eleventh and Twelfth
stS|j-2-story house, 11 rooms, fur
tiisled, lawn, etc , lot 49x155 to 20-ft.
alley $9,000
GRAND AYE., bet. Seventh and Eighth
St.—Cottage, 6 moms, small barn.lawn,
etc., lot 40x140 $6,500
RODNEY AYE , 150 feet from Main st„
125 feet from Adams—House, 4 rooms,
lot 50x125 $1,950
JENKINS AYE., clean side, bet. Main
st. and Grand aye.—House, 4 rooms,
street graded, water piped to lot, or
ange, peach and pear trees in bearing,
lot 50x172 $2,100
UPPER MAIN ST., west side, near Al
pine st—2sxl6s $160perft.
BROOKLYN ST., clean side % block
from Main—2 lots. 50x125 each. $1,250 each
CORNER WOLFSKIFF AND GLADYS
AVE3.. bet. Fourth and Fifth sts.,
clean side of Wolfskin ave—67xloo. $3,500
FLOWER ST., cor. Pico—ls6 feet on
Flower. $51 per ft.
For these and many other BARGAINS see
POMEROY & GATES,
16 COURT BTREET.
0. B FULLER & CO..
rßuccessors to Me Lain a Lehman.)
PIONEER
Track and Transfer Co
No. 3. Market St.
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
SAFE AND PIANO MOVING,
ALL KINDS OF TRUCK WORK
Telephone 137.
01-2 m
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Full stock of the following goods now on hand and for sale by
HAEPER & REYNOLDS CO.
Ice Cream Freezers, Agate-lined Water Coolers,
Gate City Stone Filters, Gasoline Cooking Stoves,
10,000 feet 2-in. Wrought Pipe at Be. per foot.
HARPER & REYNOLDS CO.. 48 and 50 NORTH MAIN ST.
mo 6m
H. R. HOWELL. R. L. <JRAlt>.
HOWELL & CRAIG,
IMPORTERS.
-:- Grocers,
837 NORTH MAIN STREET,
\ LOS ANGELES, CAL.
1 nl7 6m
MX. & MRS. C. N. BMITM
Have Removed their Parisian Hair Store and Ladies'
Hair Dressing and Shampooing Parlors to
No. 225 South Spring Street,
Where they maunnfacture the finest Hair Goods on the • oast.
Ladies' and'd'cut's Wigs, Ladies' French Bangs,Bwitches. Coiffures,
Hair Jewelry, in fact, everything made from human hair. Orna
m. meuts for trie hair, Cosmetics for the complexion, and the L. tf.
' Masque Corm< tique for the face. We also do Manicuring \ r
. — Ladles and Get tlemen and beautify the hands and nails.
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OABKMOER, WAeOrlN, ETC.
WCHARDSON-KIIBALL CO.
PINE CARRIAGES.
BUGGIKB,
spring ana Farm Wacom
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—AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT?, —
48 AND 50 N. Los AHGELBS Bt.,
Los Ahoelbs, Cal. cl-tl
FOR FINE IhJGGIEH
—AND—
CARRIAGES
—co to—
JJ. GIESE,
Tbe Fabk Implement Dealxb.
44 to 48 N. Los Angeles sr.. Los Angeies.
C. A. SUMNER & CO.
FOE SALE.
$700—Lot 50x150, Los Angeles near Walnut
avenue; one-half cash.
$850—New Depot street.
$1.250—L0t 50x125, Brooklyn street.
$I,soo—Lot 00x100, King street near Grand.
$3.500—L0t 50x135, cor. Diamond and Union.
$1,550— House, 6 rooms, Newhall street near
Temple on Instalments.
$2,ooo—House, 5 rooms, Mount Lookout tract.
$3,000— House, 8 rooms, Miami avenue near
Sixth, on installments.
$3,soo—House, 4 rooms, Nevada St., Dear Pico.
$4,200-House, 7 rooms, Adele street near Fig
ueroa.
$4,soo—House, 3 rooms, Windmill, grounds
corner on Adams.
$4,Boo—House, 7 rooms. Lot 50 ft. front, Ban
ning-street stable; terms to suit.
$6,soo—House, 6 rooms; lot, Grand avenue
near Seventh.
$7,soo—House, 6 rooms; fine finish, Tngraham
street, easy terms.
$12,000—House, 12 rooms, Bonnie Brae tract.
FOR SUBDIVISION.
105 acres highly improved, inside city limits,
on streetcar lire, in a growing neighborhood.
Trees now in bearing. Four houses. Cheap to
the right party and easy terms given.
Choice inside business property giving a good
income.
Fine business corner; to close an account.
Building lease with a 5 years option.
For Houses for Rent, see advertisement in
Tribune and Express.
Pamphlet on Lob Angeles on application.
54 NORTIHIAIN ST.
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Ctaa, Crockery, fawaiv
AND LAMP'S
Will be offered for tbe next week at prices never
beard of in tbig city, for reasons tbat
we can state.
The Electric Lamp, only $1 50: Fine Brats
Hanging Lamps, with Dome Shade, only $2.75.
Decorated Tea Set, 56 pieces, $4 25. And many
different articles at remarkably low prices.
THIEBEN'S
New Eastern China and lamp
HOUSE,
130 S. Sprinn- Bt. 616-eod
MDR.LI£BIGHO~
Of the Liebig Dispensary,
—tf 1 Jr/N will open offices at
'(Ml. \ 21 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
\ LOB ANGELES,
\yn Prom December 13th fo
December 17tb, 1886,
FIVE DAYS ONLY.
The snrgical branch gives attention to de
formities and all conditions requiring appli
ances, snch as curvature of the Bplne, hip joint
disease, etc.
The medical branch devotes special attention
to all Chronic, Complicated, Private aud Wast
ing Diseases, resulting from badly treated cases
or acute or special nature, or from indiscretions
of youth, bringing on Spermatorrhoea, Seminal
Weakness and nnnatnral drain from the body
which undermines the constitution; also De
bility, Decay, Loss of Vitality or Manhood,
which result from excesß of maturity.
Electric belts free to patients
Consultation free. Call or address 400 Geary
Btreet, 8. F., Cal. Private entrance, 405 Mason
Btreet. nl7 d&wkly lm
COAL !
S. F. WELLINGTON
A\D WALLBERV,
FOB SALE BY
J. J. MELLUS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
4sVYard, corner Second and Alameda sts.
Office, 231 Los Angeles street.
TELEPHONE NO 100 OfM
jlazaTfTus & J^LZER.
11l N. SPRING STREET, next to City cf Paris.
Complete Assortment of
STATIONERY, BOOKS
AND PRINTERS' SUPPLIES.
T, ■> leading PAPER HOUSE in Southern
CnllinmiK nV7 tf
9
I I PIIIKH TIIM,
Wagon Materiel, Hard wood,
ifon, Steel,
Blacksmiths' Coal and Tools,
Cabinet Woods, etc.
JOHN WIGMORE & 00.
13 and 14 Soutn I.os Angeles Street.
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WILLAMETTE STEAM MILLS
Lumber and Manufacturing
COMPANY,
Formerly the Oregon Lnmber Company.
Oregon Pine and California Redwood Lnmber"
n„? v< ?l deß c ri ]>"on ttt their aew yard ob
Date, Cnavei and Mission street*. We have a
fine stock of Laths, Picket*, Shingles and Fin
lsning Lnmber qf a superior quality. We an
h!f?,4 1 , repare<l *> m ord ers on short notice lor
building materials oi every description.
Particular attention paid to orders for «n
-usual lengths and dimensions.
Orders solicited.
nl-tf V j, x . ROSS. Agent.
lviußbh t'onpAinv.
BtAllf Omcß AUD Tf ABB—
Corner First and Alameda Streets,
LqS ANGELES, CAL.
_ . , BBANCH YARDS—
™&*2ssr Lumber *** °° r - Hoir tnd
Washington-street Lumber Yard, cor. Washliur
ton street and Grand avenue.
Garvanaa Lumber Yard. Garvanza. o2Btf
J. A. HBHDBBBOM President.
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
LUMBER JMPANY.
LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL.
Office and yard, 180 East First St, Los Angeles.
019-tf
nTcpFFifi COMPANY,
LUMBER DEALERS,
Manufacturers of
Doors, Wlndowi, (ttlnds, Stairs,
BTAIR-RAILB. BA 'LUSTERS,
Kewell Posts find mill Work of every descrip
tion, and dealers in Ime, etc.
539 N. Alameda St.. I.os Angeles.
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HEECKHOFF-CIZNER
Mili and Lumber Company,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers ln
LUM H EH!
Yards at San Pedro Wnarf), Los Angelas
(Main office), Pomona, Pasadena, Puenta, Le
manda, Monrovia, Arena, Glendora, Lordt
bnrg, Burbank.
Planing Mills at Los Angeiee, Pomona, Mon
rovia. 025.tf
CO-OPERATIVE LUMBER COMPAHY
875 rV.lVlu.lii s>t . Los Angeles.
This company i 9 now prepared to receive or
ders for all descriptions oi .'umber, railroad
ties, piles, shingles, laths, etc.
Subscriptions for stock, Thich will bo taken
at par for lnmber at COST PRICK, will be ro
csived by
A. C. lIBH, 27 5 \. nsta St.
W. A. VANDERCOOK 275 N. Main.
J. C. MERRILL, 118 W. First.
C. A. SUMNER A CO.. 54 N. Main.
POMEROY & GATE-. L 6 Court st.
0. B. RIPLEY. Pasaueua.
ELLIS & SIMPSON, Pasadena. o2otf
WlstaTnlber Co.
vauh
Cor. Ninth and Ban Peuro Streets.
hi MURK of all class can be had at this yard.
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P. B. BOZELL. A. BCtBU.
ROZELL BROS.,
—DEALE2B IN—
Lnmber and Building Material.
Yard corner Main and Jefferson Sts.,
Telephone No. 745. Los Angeles, Cal.
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PERR V, MOTT & COS
Lumber Yards
4NL» PLANING MILLS,
No 7fi Commercial Street. nl-tf
Htoraue and Commission.
K. Q. Wsvse. Proprietor.
GK Al W, WOOL
—AND—
Veneral merchandise Warehouse.
Storage, Commission add Insurance.
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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California Warehouse,
COR, SEVENTH AND ALAMEDA.
GRAIN, WOOL
AUD—
General Merchandise Warehouse
Storage, Commission and Insurance.
[ nfi 3tn
(nothing and Fnrnlanlnf ttooda.
—or-
FALL CLOTHING.
NOBBY SUITS,
aJGHT-WEIGHT OVERCOATS,
SATCHELS, CLUB BAG?.
Everything lor All
At IS soutn Spring street.
AIjKRNETHY & TAFT.
furniture and Carpet*.
DEALBBM
FURNITURE
ASTD
CARPETS.
|38 and 34 South Spring St.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer. In
IfUKNITUKS
OF ALL KINDS,
At Lowest Foßnibla Rata*.
Sl4. 81* and 818 Month Spring St~,
jg-M Bet Third and F—jttSta.:
Reataaranta.
Restaurant and Oyster Parlois,
* l and 43 North iTlaln Street.
PRIVATE ROOMS aprtalri for ladtM
anaTamlliee, where meala will be Barred tn the
beat ttyle.
j olOtt JfcKKl (LMCB, Proprietor.

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