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United States Signal Service.
Report oi observations taken at Los Angeles,
March 25, 1890.
Max. ten., 04; ruin, tern., 51. Rainfall past
San FRANCISCO, March 25.—Forecast till 8 p.
as. Thursday, for California: Rain in Northern
California; lair weather in Southern California.
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Chicauo, March 25.—New York. 40: New
OMWilii. tin, ni Louis, 48; Cincinnati, 54; C hi
cago. 40: Winnipeg, 0.
W. H. Wilde is down from Ventura on
a short visit.
George H. Crafts was down from Red
A. M. Morgan was a passenger on the
north-bound train yesterday.
Mrs. Volney Spaulding, of San Fran
riseo, is visiting friends here.
B. F. Hyde,. of San Bernardino, was
down yesterday for a short visit.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Bosworth are down
from Stockton on a short vacation.
State School Superintendent Ira G.
Hoitt wfcs again in the city yesterday.
Mrs. K. B. Poyen and E. A. Poyen, of
Boston, are trying Los Angeles climate.
The Bakers' National Union will give
a ball at Turner hall on Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. (Jilham, of Santa
Barhara, came down last evening for a
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Middleton, of
Berkeley, are in the city, visiting with
Rev. A. J. Frost, D. D., of San Ber
nardino, was in town yesterday for a
Mrs. S. McKom and A. J. McKcm, of
Virginia City, are spending a few days
in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Johnson and U.
H. Johnson, of Chicago, are visiting
Mr. and Mrs. ,1. W. Jackson, of Rich
mond, Md., arrived in tbe city yester
day on a visit.
Mr. William Sexton, the insurance
adjuster from the Bay City, is in Log
Angeles for it few days.
Mrs. Sail ie Metcalf, of the Pico, has
returned home after several days' so
journ in Los Angeles.
Frank Jaynes, of the Western Union
Telegraph Company, went north yester
day on the afternoon train.
Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Cook, accom
panied by Miss Cook, of Bakersfield, are
among the visitors to Los Angeles.
Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Strawbridge and
Dr. and Mrs. D. Karsner, of Philadel
phia, are recent arrivals in the city.
George Faylor, until recently editor
and proprietor of the Paso Robles
Moon, has been in the city for a few days
Mrs. M. A. Blachley, of Bridgeport,
Connecticut, and Miss B. Sterling, of
Stafford, Connecticut, are visitors to Los
H. T. Sexton, accompanied by Mrs.
Sexton and Miss Emma Cameron, of
San Francisco, are visiting this part of
Dr. W. Chapman, an old resident of
L>s Angeles, has just returned from
New York, and has opened an office with
Mrs. M. E. L. Hubbard, Mrs. E. D.
Cook and Miss E. L. Pepper, of Dayton,
©~ are spending a few weeks in South
Among tbe Newballites who visited
Li is Angeles last week were Mr. and Mrs.
J. 0. Newhall. Miss Vickie Terry, Mr
and Mrs. M. E. Hayes and Ramon.
Colonel Burke, of Carroll, lowa, tbe
ehatnpion whist and cribbage player,
left for home last evening, accompanied
by his wife. The Colonel will return
next winter for more climate.
Rev. 0. B. Read, the evangelist, con
tinues his revival meetings in the Pasa
dena Baptist church another week and
possibly longer, at the earnest solicita
tion of the members.
Dr. W. H. Hodgman and James R.
Gibbs, both of Saratoga Springs, N. V.,
who have been spending the winter in
Southern California, are in the city.
They are highly pleased with this coun
Colonel John Kastle, president of the
Chamber of Commerce of San Diego,was
in the city yesterday. He is on his way
to San Francisco as a representative
of the A. 0. U. W. He visited the
Chamber of Commerce yesterday and
was unsparing in his praise of the ex
W. A. Dabbs, president of the Na- I
tional Bank of Commerce, Hifht county,
Texas, is a guest at the Sew United
"States hotel in this city. Though this
is the third visit Mr. Dabbs has made to
Los Angeles, he has found the city so
much improved and enlarged since his
last trip that he has great difficulty in
finding his way about, as most of the
old landmarks have been removed and
new buildings erected everywhere in
their stead. He will leave for San
Francisco in a few days.
Sven August Miller, a native of Swe
den, was made a citizen yesterday.
Charles Holtz yesterday got judg
ment against one .Smith for &:it)9.25.
Geo. H. Pelf was granted a divorce
yesterday from Annie Delf, on the
ground of desertion
A large number of ladies and gentle
men were present at the Natatorium last
night, it being the regular family night.
In the case of Smith vs. Buckingham
for the possession of land the court yes
terday rendered a judgment for plaintiff.
The Young Men's Literary Society will
give another of its pleasant entertain
ments this evening, at No. 1 South
The United County Democracy will
meet next Friday evening at the Iroquois
Club rooms to prepare for the approach
The travel over the Cross road yester
day was very heavy for a week day, and
the officials of the road state that it la
THE LOS ANGELES HERALD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 26, 1890.
continually increasing, while the pur
chasers of monthly tickets are becoming
osborn Congelion will lecture in Tem
perance Temple next Saturday evening
at 7 :30, under the ausfiees of tlie Sous
of Temperance. Special musical attrac
tions will be presented.
VY. B. Mosheris suing the Pasadena
Steam Laundry Company for $2,000 dam
ages alleged to have been sustained by
being discharged from the employ of
the company while working under con
Property owners on Beaudry street
and Crescent avenue are requested to be
present at the meeting of the West End
Board of Trade this evening to discuss
the proposed change in names of said
Rev. W. W. Tinker is holding revival
meetings every night this week in the
East-Side Baptist church. He uses the
stereOpticou on alternate nights. To
night he gives a talk from a part of
"Pilgrim's Progress," illustrated with
fine colored views.
The attorney for the Pasadena Y. M.
C. A. announces that from a careful
reading of the Maws applying to such
cases, he believes that the lot purchased
by that organization and demanded of
them, by the former owner because of
their failure to er£ct the intended build
ing within the specified time, will yet
I>e saved for the association.
R. D. List, Notary Public. Legal papers care
' fully draw n. Removed to 138 W. Second St..
i Burdick block. Telephone 595.
A BAKERSFIELD ATTORNEY.
|He Is On Trial for the Crime of
The United States Court is occupied
I at present in the trial of J. A. Haralson,
j Em\., an attorney resident at Bakers
l field, Kern county, who is charged with
I perjury. The complaint alleges that on
July 3* 1889, at the office of the County
| Clerk at Bakerstield, Kern county, Ha
j ralson falsely testified that he found a
! tract of • land known as the southwest
■ quarter of section 22, township 32 south,
range 33 east, Mt. Diablo meridian, and
which had been pre-empted by Ann
■ Roan, without any indication ofeultiva-
I tion whatever, except some fences which
belonged to parties that owned land
| surrounding the land in question. The
indictment avers that Haralson well
knew that about four or live acres of
; said laud had been cultivated and planted
the same year, and that there were upon
Baid tract a house, corral and well, the
property of said Ann Roan.
J. Marion Brooks, Esq., is defending
his brother attorney, and Willoughby
Cole is taking care of the interests of
the people. The case is in the Federal
Court because the alleged crime con
cerns the land of tiie Government. It
i will probably be ended today.
REAL ESTATE RECORD.
Tuesday, March 23. IS9O.
1 De Soto Land and Building Co to George Bo
j gart and Z I) Mathusa—Block '_*:!, lots 1, 2, 3,
: 'Jo. 2(>. 27. Woek 27. lots 3. 4, 5, 9, block 10. lot
26, block 5, De Solo Heights tract; $8,000.
Same to George II Thummel anil Mrs Julia I"
I Smith—Lots 1, 8, 3, 4. 27, 28. 29, 30. 31, block
17, lots 15. lti. 17. is, 19, 20 block 26, lots 1, 2.
3, 4. 5 ( 28, 29. 30, 31. 32 block 24. lots 1, 2, 3,
I 24 block 5, lot 1 block 10. De Soto Heights tract;
j E 8 McDonald to Charlotte Louisa Knight—
' Lot 0, Meadow Park tract, sub lot C of Rancho
, Palos Verdes; $3,000.
Joseph H Wiuslow, Marie II window, Irving
Hayner and Carrie H Havner to Patrick Frances
1 McGowan—Lot 8 and part of lot 9, Wallace.Bros
sub Pasadena. M R 13. p93: $2,501).
I Charles W Ferguson to Win B Ferguson—Lot
[ 112 Waverly tract; $1,000.
G .1 Griffith to Henry Susskind— Lots 1. 2, 3, 4
i block 3. G J Griffith's sub of s Slope of Rancho
Loa Feliz and of lots 15 and 16, of Lick tract;
A stout to Ivaloo W Rust—2o acres in west
! part of lot 4, Hoffman's sub of Rancho Santa
Mrs Maria o Herberger. Fred Herbergerand
George P Allen and lsidor Citron to Mrs Clara I
Citron—Lot 5 block 19.1. A linpt Co's sub of lots
; 2, 3. and 7 block 39, H S; $1,300.
! Mrs Daisy 1) Turncy and Albert Turney to
: Harold Thorson—Lot 21 Abbot Kinney tract;
; James A Brown to Mary C James—Lot 11
block ti C'haviz tract. E L A: $1,200.
! Charles T Harris to Calvin Hale—Lot 5 and
E'.. lot t! Hunter sub in KoSan Rafael; $5,000.
George M Danskin to X W Ready—Lot 14
I block 7 lot 27 block 20 California Co-operative
Colony tract, lots 7 and S block 31 and lots 2 3
4 5 block 42 Clearwater; $1,050.
j William Hilton to Hattie .J Hilton—Lots 17
and 18 block E and lot 30 block B of Sunset
! tract; $1,200.
I Mrs Delia McGregory and Henry McGregory
to L L Bradbury—Lot 12 block D add No 2 Mon
| rovia; $1,000. '
i Same to same—Part of lot 7 block X of Mott
, tract; $3,000.
[ Peter Backman to Mary Backman—Lot 49
Whittier. Richardson & Earnest tract sub of lots
2 and 3 Griffin tract, E L A, also part of Turner
sub of Dennis tract, Pasadena: $5,000.
Number transfers $1,000 and over, 16.
Number transfers under $1,000, 22.
Number nominal transfers, 4.
Total amount of considerations, $54,213.
Note—Transfers of which the consideration
is less than $1,000 are not published in the
Objects to Poll Tax.
Yesterday afternoon a deputy assessor
called at the saloon of Isaac Noel, No.
1504 South Main street, for the purpose
of collecting that gentleman's poll tax.
Like many of his fellow citizens, Noel
objected to paying $2 for the privilege
of being allowed to exist, and, it is
charged, attempted to deceive the dep
uty assessor as to his identity. Tlie re
sult was that Noel was soon afterwards
arrested by Officer Walsh for refusing to
give hie true name to hie unwelcome
visitor, and he was taken before Justice
Lockwood. The probabilities are that
Noel's poll tax will be raised this year.
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JOin 11. CtKLEY.
Jno. 11. Curley, the well known merchant
tailor, of 81G Market St.. S. F., writes to the Ed-
Win w. Joy Co., that for years ho was afflicted
with dyspepsia which nothing relieved till ho
commenced taking Joy's Vegetable Sarsaparilla.
He continues, "I am still taking it. Its mild
laxative effects are exceedingly grateful to the
system. It is a pleasant surprise that awaits
thoso who do not know what our vegetable
Juices do for debility, sluggish liver and im
paired digestive organs.
The Sale of Radam's
Microbe Killer is daily Increasing in Los Ange
les. Office, 8. Broadway.
Best Quality Wall Paper.
7c. a roll. F. J. BAUER, 287 South Spring St.
Buggy robes and blankets at Key's harness
shop, 217 Los Angelas street.
Vaa "German Fatally" soap.
Herman Kind, N V Mrs H F. Owen. N V
Mrs H a Blaclik v.Cor.n Miss 11 Sterling, Conn
Miss H I) Beach, Dover C M Rice, Ventura
Nat J Tobias. S F J W Jackson and wife,
w A Dolan, s t Richmond, Md
A G MoCausiand, N V H<; Houston. Chicago
Qeo Hanlon, Mrs Fred Henry Winters, N V
Hanlon, Mr and Mrs X L Shepherd, s r
Edwin Warner, Kan- FTHoyiSF
tasma Co F W Guard. Chicago
M A Johnson and wife, II R Johnson, do
Chicago (i II Crafts, Redlands
11 M Sachs, S F T S C Lowe, Pasadena
Sig Sachs, do Rev W Tully, i'enn
Alex Weil, do A Siebenhauer, 8 F
J Murphy, Ottawa A L Bullock, Kansas
Mrs E B Poven, Boston E B Strong, 8 F
E A Poven, do * lien Towle. Towles
E W Pitcher, do H G Lesher, San B'dno
B F Hyde, do.
A J MeKane.Virginia C Geo s Ludlow, N V
MrsS McKane, do C B BosworlhAwf.Stktn
W II Cook, wf A str, Cal Miss Phillips. Dayton
G Willett_2sns,Redlds Mrs V Spaulding. S X
Miss Helen Martin,N YB W Downey, Brooklyn
C B Hamilton, Banning Mrs E D Cook, Dayton
MissLLPepper.Cleveld Mrs M E L Hubbard, do
J F Sullivan, N V G S strowbridge & wf.Pa
A W Roberts, S Barb Dr II Karsuer & wf, do
H M Wood, 8 Fran W II Wilde. Ventura
S M Butler, do S C Mills New burgh,NY
F R Mclntyre, do Donald M ills, do
W 0 I.eavitt, do May 11 Mills, do
T J Gregory, do Cluis Caldwell & wf, do
H C Sexton & wf, do Ira G Hoitt, Sacramento
Miss Emma Camerou,doT C Gillman & wf.Sßarb
Merrill Lodge No. 289, I. O. p. T.,
Will give an entertainment and social on Wed
nesday evening, March 2tith, at their hall in
Temperance temple, corner of Broadway and
Temple street. A splendid programme has been
prepared. Everybody invited. Admittance
Over One Thousand Persons
Have been cured. It makes no difference what
is your disease. Radam's Microbe Killer will
cure. Office, 109!- 2 S. Broadway.
WHY WII.L YOV cough when Shiloh's Cure
will give immediate relief. Price 10 cents, 50
cents and tl. For sale by C. F. Heinzeman, 122
North Main street.
! The powder never varies, A model of purity
and wholesomeness. More economical than the
■ ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold In compe
tition with the multitudes of low test, short
: weight, slum of phosphate powders. SOLD
Only in Cans. Koyaj. Baking Powdkis Co.,
I 108 Wall st.. N. V. THE JOHNSON-LOCKE
M KKCANTII.K C(i., San Kraneiseo, agents.
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I SPECIAL NOTICE.
IMPORTANT TO CONTRACTORS
Having purchased the entire stock of
the Willamette Steam Mills, Lumber
and Manufacturing Company, corner
Main and San Fernando streets, and
being obliged to remove the same within
sixty days, we will lill orders from the
above yard and allow our patrons the
benefit of the cost of removal.
GANAHL LUMBER CO.
W. A. Driscoll, Manager.
Main office and yard, corner First and
Temporary branch office and yard,cor
ner Main and San Fernando streets.
DISEASES OF THE
Head, Throat, Lungs
Successfully treated by
JLHILTON WILLIAMS, M.D.
M. C. P. 8. 0.,
By His Hot Air Medicated Inhalations and his
" COMPOUND OXYGEN TREATMENT.
It is a common error to suppose every disease
which is attended by oppressed breathing to be
Asthma or Phthisic. We have shortness of
breath in Consumption and Pneumonia just as
we do in Asthma, only that in these diseases it
is always present, whereas in Asthma it occurs
Asthma is a spasmodic disease of the lungs,
which manifests itself in periodic attacks or
"tits." It comes on suddenly and is attended
with great difficulty of breathing while it lasts,
but when the attack is over the patient breathes
almost as well as in health.
Nervous. Humid and Dry Asthma are names
given to different forms of this disease. Emphy
sema is another and more inveterate kind of
Asthma, while Hay Fever or Rose Cold is a pe
culiar variety of Asthma which occurs at a cer
tain season of the year. Each of these forms of
disease differs somewhat from the others in
I symptoms, but practically these distinctions are
lof very little value. It does not matter to the
patient which form of Asthma be has, since his
' sufferings are the same ln all. In one ease the
expectoration becomes yellow, and we call It
>ronchial. In another it is light and we call it
try. When he coughs up clear water, with a
mite froth on the surface, we say he has Hu
noral Asthma. In Nervous Asthma there is
rery little expectoration of any kind. Hay
'ever always begins as a crying cold in the
lead or influenza, and a clear water runs from
he nose and the eyes before the Asthma lit
'omes on. In Emphysema the expectoration is
tenerally thick, and continues so in the inter
nal between the fits, while the shortness of
>reath is increased on the slightest exertion
It is a foolish conceit of many people to be
ieve that if they have Abthma they cannot get
'onsumption. The truth is ' •» very opposite,
fhey are more liable to fat 1 .o Consumption
>ecause they have Asthm Another idea is
hat Asthma Itself is not a langerous disease,
md yet the published bills of mortality for this
dry prove to all who read them that great num
bers lose their lives every year by thiß foul de
itrovcr of our homes.
Without courage and perseverance nothing is
•urable. But with these aided by proper and
skillful treatment, Asthma can be cured even
lite r the lungs are extensively diseased.
Persons desiring treatment by this system of
iiractice can use the remedies at home as well
is at our office., and which will cause no Incon
venience or hindrance from business whatever.
Every case of Asthma is curable. Eastern visi
ors and invalids will be MM in being cured
jefore they return home.
Those who desire to consult with me ln regard
;o their cases had better call at the office for an
Dxamination, but if impossible to visit the office
jersonally can write for list of questions and
■ircular, both of which will be scut free of
ia rge. Address
M. HILTON WILLIAMS, M.D.,
IST 8. Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal.
Office hours—From 0 a. n. to 4 p. m.
Sundays—From 2 to 2:30 p. M
Residence—ls 8ooU» Grand Avenue.
GRAND OPERA Hum
H. C. Wyatt. Lessee ami Manager.
Vive NIOHTS only: FIVE NIGHTS ONEY I
With a Special Saturday Matinee.
COMMENCING TUESDAY) MAKCH 25TH.
The Original and World Famous
©Presenting Their New Grand Fairy Spectacle
NEW SCENES, MUSIC, COSTUMES AND
£Mf" Kcmember Everything New This
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11. il W X i: FESTIVAL
I For Premium Lists address
MISS VICTORIA WITMER,
Lucas and West Third streets.
On a'J other matters address
MRS. J. D. BUHCH,
310 S. Hill st.
JMRST CONGREGATION AL CHURCH.
MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 31ST.
ORAND MUSICAL TREAT.
The following artists have kindly volunteered
MESSRS. NAY, LEBO, MAYBIN & WALLACE
MRS. TAGGART and PROF. AREVALO.
MRS. M. PERRY-DAVIS, SIG. MODINI, MISS
PKF.WITT, HARI.EY E. HAMILTON.
MISS BERGEK, MRS. OWENS nnd MR M«
Admission 25 cents aarSS-td
IJALACE RESTAURANT AND SALOON,
Corner First and Spring Streets.
The Most Magnificent and Popular
Resort in the City.
Fft EE C(»NCE li T 8 ! :
CELEBRATED PHILHARMONIC SOLOISTS
Every Night from 8 to 12.
JOSEPH SCHURTZ, PROPRIETOR,
_ FAZAKD'S PAVILION,
1 I Fifth and Olive Streets.
: BOIiLEB SKATING!
■ BEGINNING SATURDAY, MARCH 22D.
FOR RESPECTABLE CLASSES ONLY.
Admlsslom Free to Gallery, skating. 25 cents.
J. L. WALTON, Manager. inrlS-lni
BARTLETT'S MUSIC HALL.
WEDNESDAY EVENING. MARCH 28TH.
At S O'clock
CONCERT ! CONCERT !
By MISS NORA LARGE, and
MR. WILLIAM PIUTTL
Tickets 50 cents, now for sale at Bartlett's
music store. mar23-4t*
yyO NOT FAIL TO ATTEND
The Carnival of Famous Women !
Under the auspices of the Young Ladles' Mis
sionary society of Fort-st M. E. church,
at illinois hall.
Wednesday Evening, March 26, 1890.
Something New. Novel and Entertaining.
Admission, only 25 cent-. A large number of
tickets have already been sold, and the pros
pects are good lor a crowded house and a.de
MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 7. 1890,
PINAFORE I -X- riNAFOHE! :
Given for the benefit of the
GERMAN Ladies' Benevolent Society.
By Fifty Juveniles, children of prominent
citizens of Los Angeles.
Director—Peof. A. Willhartitz.
Admission—sl.so for one gentleman and lady,
including the Grand Ball following. Additional
ladies' tickets, 50 cents each. mariti-td
Natatoriuiu or Swimming Bath I
Water heated by stean; several hew porcelain
lined tubs added, also a large dressing-room for
ladies, connecting with baths. Tuesday nights
for ladies aud gentlemen.
WM. J. McCAI.DIN,
miir6-tf President and Manager.
Broadway and Sixth street.
FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 28TH,
ILLINOIS ASSOCIATION SOCIAL f
Vocal and Instrumental Music, and the Pleas
"Fire O'clock Tea"
Rendered by the Angel City Amateurs. Arthur
W. P. Kinney, manager. Music, by High School
Admission (to cover expenses), 10 cents.
Illinois hall to let.
Telephone No. 385. P. 0. Box 1555.
. JUNCTION WAREHOUSE,
C. RAPHAEL. &, CO.,
Junction Downey Avenue and Sau Fer
Grain, Wool, Merchandise and House
hold Goods taken in Storage.
Casta Advanced for Freight and all Class of
Storage, Etc., Etc
Railroad switch to our door. Correspondence
The Pacing Stallion 1
flfi IvvV STANDARD TROTTING BRED.
ftClfl DASH WOOD
Will make the season of IS9O
at Ela Hills Farm, corner of Downey avenue
and Alia street, liashwood by Legal Tender,
1 sire of Red Cloud. 2:18, Rowdy Boy, 2:1% and
j many others in the 2:30 list; dam by Volunteer
j (Sire of st. Juilen, 2:11W, and thirty others in
j the 2:3oJjst) by Rysdyk T s Hnmbletonian.
j TERMS —$50 the season with return privilege,
| provided the horse is still owned by me.
i Pasturage, 13.00 a month. All mares at owners'
GEO. HINDS, Owner.
J. Romero. Manager. marUlm
FRANK A. WEINSHANK,
PLUMBER, GAS AND STEAM
128 E. Second street. Telephone 136.
Machinery of all kinds repaired, General
Jobbing promptly attended to. MS lm
j ~ ~ KAOLESON ft CO.
EAGLESON & CO.
No. 50 North Spring Street.
Men's Furnishing Goods.
NEW SPRING GOODS
On Saturday Next, the 29th.
We will show the LARGEST STOCK of CHOICE UNDERWEAR,
NEGLIGE SHIRTS, HOSIERY, NECKWEAR, PAJAMAS, WHITE
SHIRTS, GLOVES, etc., etc., ever shown in the city, and
AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
HAVING PURCHASED TIIE ENTIRE STOCK OF
(if the i. \t.. firm of
I offer the same vo either Dealers or Private Parties at
LESS THAN ACTUAL COST
I have determined to close out the slock as soon as possible. Intending purchasers will
serve their interests by giving me a call
J. V. WACHTEL,
t ei7 312, 314 and 316 South Spring St.
SAM. X. OSBORNE.
Atlantic Steamship, Insurance
AND REAL ESTATE AGENCY. "-^-^HBiifc-
SOUTHERN PACIFIC TRANSFER TRUCK COMPANY.
Tickets sold to and from Great Britain and Europe by all first-class lines at lowest rates.
! Staterooms secured. Call and get information. Houses to rent. Money to loan. Collections made.
No. 215 WEST FIRST STREET,
TELEPHONE NO. 1 f5. marl -3m LOS ANGELES, CJX.L,.
PABST BREWING 00.
Formerly Ph. Best Brewing Co., Milwaukee, Wis.
This Beer is sold by the keg or in bottles. Family Trade Solicited:.
Orders delivered to all parts of the city.
THE BEST TONIC.
A Concentrated Liquid Extract of Malt and Hops, free from alcohol. Invigorating and nutritious.
Insures a healthy appetite. Aids digestion. Strenghens the system.
manufactured by the G. T. STAMM, Sole Agent
PABST BREWING CO, of Milwaukee, Wis. For Southern California, 25 Elmira street, Los
For Sale by All Druggists. Augeles, Cal. Telephone No. 224.
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Maelay San Fernando Ranch.
THE WATER SYSTEM
Has cost over |120,000 cash to January 1,1890.
All water is delivered along the streets in iron
pressure pipes for irrigation and domestic pur
poses. Over 25 miles of mains and laterals are
laid at a cash cost of over f73,000. The mains
are from H Inches to 24 inches in diameter.
The water is from artesian wells and from the
subterranean flow of Pacoima at the submerged
dam. This dam is built of granite and Portland
cement, and cost (44,000 in cash. No seeds of
rweeds or germs of disease can ever enter the
water pipes. The following letters show the '
land to be the best in Southern California for
Bbiid aid Nursery Department
Gbrmaik Fruit Co.,
E. Germain, President.
H_m_ Fbrwamdq Land asd Water Co.—ln the
of Loa Angeles county, I take pleasure
that for several years past 1 have han
aum the Sua Fernando orange and lemon crops,
and have found no earlier, cleaner or sweeter
qswngea of better lemous in the California mar
ket. Thoy are absolutely clean, and free from
any smut, dirt or discoloration whatever, and
ripen earlier than any oranges or lemons in this
section, and are fully up to the best Riverside
fruit that 1 have ever seem
GERMAIN FJtUIT CO.,
Per Euoenk Germain, President.
February 14, 1880.
Mounino Side Nursery,
San Fernando, February 20, 1890.
I Messrs. Macueil, Hagar, Alexander, Maelay and
Widney, Trustees of Maelay Rancho at San
Gentlemen—ln the interests of San Fernando
and those seeking orange lands, I take pleasure
in stating that 1 have been engaged in semi
tropic nursery and orcitard raising for the past
three years in this place, and I know of no place
in Southern California superior to this locality
for early, clean fruit of fine quality, aud the
growth of remarkably fine orange, lemon, lime
trees, etc. All orchards and nurseries are free
and absolutely clean from all insect pests. San
Bernardino and San Diego county buyers show
their appreciation of this place by quarantining
against all other points ln Los Angeles county
except San Fernando. I am, gentlemen, re
JOHN BURR, District Inspector.
These lands are for sale ln 10 to 40-acre
tracts, with, water rights, price 1250 per acre
and upward. Address R. M. WIDNEY,
marl-lm 110 New High St., Los Angeles.
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NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN TO THE
stockholder* of the- Sespe Land and Water
Company, a corporation duly organized under
the laws of the Mate oi California, whose place
of principal business is in the City of Los Ange
les, County of Los Angeles, State of California,
that a meeting of the .stockholders has been
called by the Board of Directors of the said
company, at the written request of certain
stockholders representing in the aggregate at
least one-third of the capital stock of said com.,
pany, to consider and act upon the matters in
volved hi the suit of 11. B. Baldwin against
said company, No. 12,288, in the Superior Court
of said County of Los Angeles, and matters con
nected therewith, and such other business as
may come before the meeting.
Said meeting will be held at tho office of the
company, room 5, No. 41 South Spring street, In
the City and County of Los Angeles, State of
California, on the 27th day of March, 1890, at
10 o'clock a. m.
FRANCIS BATES, Secretary,
Los Angeles, CaL, March 12,1890.