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THE NORMAL SCHOOL.
THE GRADUATING EXERCISES CEL
The Students Who Got Their Farohments.
One Young Lady too Young to Re
ceive Hers—An Interesting Occasion.
[The following report of the Normal
school commencement exercises was by
an inadvertence left out from yester
The graduating exercises of the state
Normal school took place Thursday af
ternoon at the Grand opera house.
Every seat was occupied, and many who
came a little late were obliged to stand
up. The stage was surrounded by floral
pieces. There were fifty-three graduates,
only five of whom were men. The grad
uates were: Maud Boyle, Edith M.
Kellogg, Joßie A.Byrne, Jessie A. Mc-
Coy, Fred C. Coryell, Luella Palmer,
N. Louise Davis, M. Olive Pierpoint,
May Foster, Ada M. Quinn, Lewis R.
Tarr, 8. Alice D. Goodrich, Rachael M.
Jamison, Belle Wallace. Minnie R. Jor
dan, Sarah A. Kelsey, M. Grace Cobb,
Amanda Meyer, Rosalia E. Cowan,
Helen M. Perkins, Helena Fleischman,
Sarah L. Prentiss, May Gearhart, Fred
W. Stein, Caroline S. Harris, Josephine
C. Van Slyck. E. Emma Johnson,
Agnes L. Young, Mary D. Boynton,
Mary E. Kelsey, Mary E. Case, Cora B.
Merritt. R. Theodore Coulter, M. Mabel
Pease, Josephine Ensign, Lena Polha
mus, Frances H. Gearhart, William H.
Steams, Harriet Hanlon, Nellie J. Tay
lor, Olive J. Johnson and Ina Wright.
The post graduates were Emma V.
Caleff, Georgia M. Freeman, Charjes E.
Taylor and Lewis S. Thorpe.
The programme yesterday afternoon
was as follows.
Chorus—To Thee, O Country
Oration—Commercial Prospects of Africa...
Lewis R. Tarr
Essay—The Land of Romance
Helen M. Perkins
Poem—The Sword of Wisdom
Frances S. ttearhart
Essay—The Commonplace Rosalia S. Cowan
Selection by Orche.tra—Le Cogg
Essay—A Comparison Mary D. Boynton
Essay—Londou Bridge May Gearhart
Presentation of Diplomas
Mary D. Boynton is the youngest grad
uate in the history of the Normal school,
she not yet being eighteen, so her diplo
ma will be locked up until the young
lady reaches her eighteenth milestone
The college song, composed by Miss
Mabel F. Doss, met with popular ap
proval from the audience. It is as fol
When softly the night's dusky mantle
Is falling; o'er mountain and glen,
Ere the myriad lanterns of evening
Are gleaming in heaven again,
'Tis then from the cares and the worries
That make up this world's busy life.
We turn, and. fn dreaming of past days,
Forget all its troubles and strife.
And days of our far-away childhood,
By mem'ry bore swiftly along,
Come back in the night's quiet gloaming
And sing us a lullaby song.
Thus long in the mind's secret chambers
Shall thoughts of this parting time dwell,
And come in the duss of the evening
To echo our last fond farewell.
In the evening the undergiaduates
tendered a reception to the graduating
class and their friends, in the assembly
hall of the Normal school. An audience
of over 400 persons filled the hall to its
utmost capacity, and the programme
was much enjoyed. Following is the
Instrumental duet—Tournament dcs Officers,
.. Misses Sadie and Lizzie Pepper
Indian club exercise
Edith Hitt. Lola McClellan, Lena Polhamus,
' 'Urn Rannells, Nelle St. Clair.
Address to the graduates. Eva Cole
Response Frances H Gearhart
Vocal solo—The Whippoorwill's Song
N. Louise Davis
Lizzie Pepper, Marian Van Flyck, Sadie
Pepper, Agnes Wallace. Ludima Sayer,
Delia Hartley, Grace Bosley, Maud
Boyle, Lou Henry, Claribel Ellis,
Winnie Ulfford, and Lola
Recitation Lena Polhamus
The drama Above the Clouds, with the fol
Philip Rignold, Crazy Phil, a mountain her
mit Ed E. Holland
Alfred Thorpe, a city nabob W. H. Steams
Amss Uaylord, a country gentleman
Howard Gaylord, his son. W. Wendell Donnell
Titus Turtle, a gourmand Martlu Levering
Cuttis Chipman, Chips in the Rough
N. Lee Levering
Nat Nay lor, Thorpe's protege
Barney H. Donnell
Grace Ingalls, a young artist Nelle St. Clair
Hester Thome, t lay lord's housekeeper
Susy Gaylord, Gaylor's daughter Claribel Ellis
Lucretia Oerrisb, so romantic Belle Wallace
The Recommendations Adopted by the
Yesterday the board of public works
adopted a report of which the following
are the main features:
We recommend that petitions 345,
355 and 356, relating to the grading,
graveling and curbing of Sand street
between Broadway and Castelar streets,
and of Broadway between Sand and
Temple streets, be referred to the «ity
We recommend that petition No. 353,
of J. C. Zahn, claiming damages to his
property in block V of the Mott tract,
caused by floods, be referred to the city
engineer and city attorney.
We recommend that in the matter of
the proposed fill on Alhambra avenue,
the city engineer be instructed to pre
pare and present plans and specifica
tions showing the condition of the
street, and of the bed of the lake in said
park whence it is proposed to take the
material for said fill.
We recommend, in the matter of the
wooden curbing on the south line of
Sot'jllo street across the end of Basil
street, that the street superintendent be
instructed to remove the same.
We recommend that tbe appeal of
Mrs. Englebracht from tbe assessment
of grading the intersection of Twenty
third street and Maple avenue be re
ferred to the city attorney and the city
We recommend that petition No. 352
of E. W. Jones, in relation to the eleva
tion of the rails of the Electric railway
on Second street, between Hill and Olive
streets, be referred to the city engineer.
We recommend in the matter of peti
tion No. 354, of John Sherman et al.,
that the same be referred to the city at
We recommend that the street super
intendent be instructed to round the
curves at the northeast corner of Merrick
and Short streets, and the southwest
corner of Fourth and San Pedro streets.
We recommend that the specifications
for street paving with asphalt concrete
base, with asp! alt sur.'ace, be referred to
fie city engineer.
We recommend that the proposal of
tbe Porphyry Paving company to mac
adamize with porphyry, rock and curb
* with a cement curb Requena street, be
tween Los Angeles and Alameda streets,
be accepted at 40 cents per lineal foot
for curb and 14 cents per square foot for
We recommend that all specifications
for curbing now in use by the city be so
amended as to do away with all but
cement and granite curbing, and to pro
vide that all street corners be rounded.
FINANCE AND TRADE.
■ XCHANOR REVIBW.
Nkw York, June '20.— in Wall street today
more animation in stocks was accompanied by
material depression In values all along the line.
The immediate cause of this state of affairs was
the renewal of gold shipments on a large scale
Richmond and West point was the feature de
veloping the most pronounced weakness on
vague and unsatisfactory rumors, some affect
ing the financial condition of tho company,
while others asserted that the selling was to
liquidate the accounts of a noted broker whom
a late misfortune has rendered incapable of at
tending to his own affairs. The market closed
dull and heavy at the lowest figures of the day.
Final changes are all losses. Cordage declined
m per cent, Jersey Central 2% per cent.
Government bonds steady.
N«w Yore, June 2(l—Money on call easy;
Olosed offered at '2% per cent
Prime mercantile paper, 5J4@7 per cenu
Sterling Exchange — Bteady, 00-ttay Dills,
(4..86H; demand $1.88.
London, June 20, 4 p. m.—Closing consols,
money, 95%; do account, 95%: U. 8. 4s,
1118%; do 4'.„s, 1102.
Money— % per cent.
Nnw York, June 20 —Bar silver, per oz.
London, June 20.-Bar silver, <5%A. per
Ban Francisco, June 2(i.—Bar sliver, 97J ,c®
$1.00 per on nr.
San Francisco, June 20.—Mexican dollars,
STOCKS AND BONDS.
Maw YORK, June* 20.—Closing quotations:
0. 8. 4s. Reg 110% N. W. Preferred.. 130
0.8. 4b. c0up...117;, N. Y. Central.... 90%
0. H. 4Us. Reg .. .100 Oregon Imp't 25
0. 8. VAf. coup..loo Navigation 09
Pacific us 109 Oregon Short Line 24
Atchison N. American 12%
American Ex 13 Pacific Mail 33)*
Canada Pacific... 79% Reading 29
Canada Sou 48% Rio GrandeWst'n. 37%
Central Pacific... 30 Preferred 07%
Burlington 06% Do. firsts 70%
Lackawanna 36% Rock Island 70%
Denver AR.G.pfd 48 St. Paul 61%
Brie St. Paul & Omaha 23U
Kan. <S Texas 1414 Terminal 13%
Lake Shore 109% Texas Pacific 12%
L. IN 7y% Union Pacific... 43
Mich. Central.... &H% U. 8. Express.... 54
Missouri Pacific. 00 Wells, Fargo &Co 140
Northern Pacific. 23 Western Union... 78%
N. P. Preferred.. 01% Am. Cotton 0i1... 20X
Boston June 20.—Closing prices:
A. 4T.R.K 30J4|Mex. Cent. Com. 19%
Burl. A Quincy... 85' a |San Diego
Nbw York, June 20.—Mining shares were as
Alice 1.00 Occidental 1.50
Atchison 1.50 Sutter Creek.... 1.10
Adamscon 1.85 Uould A Curry.. 1.25
Eureka. Con.. .. 3.50 Hale A.Norcros6 1.80
Aspen 2.00 Homestake 11.00
Bodie 1.00 Horn Silver 3.10
Belle Isle 1.30 Iron Silver 1.00
Best A Belcher. 2.50 Mexican 2.00
Belcher 1.70 Mount Diablo . 2.00
Caledonia B. H. 1.05 Ontario 38.00
Chollar 1.90 Ophir 3.00
Colorado Con... 1.00 Phoenix 8.80
Commonwealth. 1.00 Plymouth 2.75
Oon. Calif. Va.,.. 5.75 Savage 1.40
Crown Point.... 1.25 Sierra Nev 1.80
Deadwood 1.25 Standard 1.00
Potosi 3.75 Union Con 1.80
Eureka 3.50 Yellow Jacket.. 2.10
N.Commonw'lth 1.25 N. Belle Isle. .. 1.00
Sam Francisco, June 20.—Following are the
Belcher 1.60 Peerless. 10
Best <Si Belcher. 2.30 Potosi 3.45
Ohollar 1.75 Ophir 3.20
Crocker 05 Savage 1.05
Con. Virginia... 0.75 Sierra Nevada... 2.05
Confidence 3.70 Union Con 2.05
Jould ACurrv.. 1.40 Yellow jacket.. 1.80
Hale A Norcross 1.85 Alpha 80
Locomotive ... .05 Andes 4.30
Peer 05 Con. Imperial.. .10
San Francisco Market Review.
Ban Francisco, June 20.—The produce mar
kets were more active, but prices generally low
er. Milling wheat very scarce. Feed barley in
very heavy supply today, and prices lower.
Choice bright new crop is selling freely at
per cental, the demand being fair. The
price of extra family flour was reduced 25c per
barrel this morning. Oats very dull, and prices
weak and lower. Corn steady, with fair de
mand. Hay is in heavy supply, and prices weak
There is little change to note in the condition
of the market for summer fruits. Peaches and
apricots are flrmer.arrivals having been checked
by the low prices which have ruled of late.
Strawberries came in more freely, and pricesaie
lower. Prices of other varieties steady at quo
The vegetable market is well supplied, and
prices barely maintained. Tomatoes weak on
heavy receipts. Potatoes coming in heavily,
and demand light. Beans and asparagus move
off slowly. Onions plentiful, prices weak.
The market for dairy produce iB dull.
San Francisco. June 20.—Wheat: Milling,
$160®1.02Vj; No. 1 shipping, 1.50@1. X
Barley—No. 1 feed. email@example.com>.:,; brewing,
$firstname.lastname@example.org: ground, $1.31@32.
New barley—Sl. IV m per cental.
Oats—Surprise, $1.92C£@2.05 per cental; mil
ling, $email@example.com; good to choice feed, Sl.Bsv£
®1.90; fair, $1.77U®1.87U; gray, $1.80<aU.85.
Corn—Large yellow, small yel
low, white, $Z.firstname.lastname@example.org per cntl.
Bran—l 4 email@example.com per ton.
Flour—Family extras, $firstname.lastname@example.org; Superfine,
Lemons—Sicily email@example.com; Riverside, J3.00
@3 50; Los Angeles, |3.00(a)3.50
Limes—Mexican, $firstname.lastname@example.org; California, 50
®95c for small and 51.50® 1.75 for large boxes.
Oranges—Riverside navels, $email@example.com; Vac
avllle, 50c. per small box; Riverside seed
lings, $firstname.lastname@example.org; Mandarin, 25@50c per
box; Los Angeles seedlings, email@example.com; nav
els, $firstname.lastname@example.org; Tahiti oranges, 53.00(0)3.50.
Kaisius— London layers, $1.25@51 50; three
crown, loose, 85@$t .00; twocrown. do, 05@70c.
Grapes—2Vji®4c tb for stemmed, and
Vac, for unstemmed.
Butter—Fair to choice 18®22.
Eggs—California ranch, 22®20c.
Apricots—2s®3sc per box for Prlngles; 40
®50c for Royal.
Peaches—2s@soc per box; 35@50c per basket.
Cherry Plums—email@example.com per box.
Green apples—ls®4oc per box.
Blackberries—*firstname.lastname@example.org per cheßt.
Raspberries—S7 .00W10.00 per chest.
Green pears—3o@4oo per box.
Currants—email@example.com per chest.
Gooseberries- n> for Oregon, and
5(0.7 c for English.
Cherries—oo®7oc per box for white; 35c@
60c for black; Royal Anne, 75@90c.
Strawberries—S4.so®B.oo per chest for Sharp
less; $12.00@14 00 for Longworths.
Cranberries—l2@l3c per ponnd.
Honey—Whltecomb, 11®15; amber, B@lo.
Bananas—s2.Oo@s2.so per bunch.
Pineapples—firstname.lastname@example.org per doz.
Onions—Red, $I.oo@sl 10; silver skins, $1.25
Green corn—6@lsc per doz.
Green peas—sm®7sc perßack for common,and
75(g95c for sweet.
Btringbeans—2®2VaC tb; wax beans,3@3>£c
refugee beans, 3®3Hc.
Potatoes—New, l@lj<c f. lo; old, 00@70c
Tomatoes—Los Angeles, 35@$00c per box.
Egg plant, 10®20c per Id.
Cucumbers—so(<}ooc per box.
Summer Squash—lsia)2sc per box for Win
ters and 25@50c for bay.
Marrowfat squash—s2s@3o per ton.
Asparagus—soc®Sl.2s per box for ordinary,
$2 email@example.com for choice to fancy.
Rhubarb—4oc®t.oO per box.
Turnips—7sc per cental.
Beets—Sl per sack.
Parsnips—Sl.2s per cental.
Garlic— lb for Italian, and s@6c for
Dry Okra—2o@2sc %i lb.
Peppers—Green, 12)£@15c $ tb; dry,ls®2oc.
California Fruit Sales.
Chicago, June 26.—The Earl Fruit company
sold today at auction one carload of California
fruit. Choice plums brought $1.50 per box;
apricots, 51.35; peaches, 85@90c.
Chicago Grain Market.
Chicago, June 26.-Wheat unsettled and
higher. The opening was very wild, and priceß
ranged )4®le higher than yesterday's closing
for various futures, but quickly broke oft'under
large offerings. Prices for July declined 2%c,
S ;ptember 2c, December 2>4e. Near the close
THE LOS ANGELES HERALD. SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 27, 1891
the market became a little steadier, and the
closing was l%c lower for July, lower for
August, and lower for December than clos
ing prices yesterday.
Receipts, 21 >,000 bushels; shipments. 177,
Chicago, Jun« 20.-Close: Wheat, ster.dy;
0«Jb,f0.93At0.94V. July, W.9190.91X: Sep
tember, 01% c.
Oorn-Stoady: cash. 55@55'i; July, sV,__
52Wc; September, 53c.
Oats—Easy, casti. July, 33 7 Jc.
OTHER GRAIN MARKETS.
San Francisco, June 20.—Wheat weak:
buyer season, buyer, 91, 11.05; sel
ler '01, $1.52^
Barley-quiet: buyer, '01, 51.10%.
Liverpool, June 20 — Whent quiet; demand
poor. No. 2 red wcptern, spritm, 7h lld per
cental, easy; Kansas winter, hurd, r>» 11-jd, dull.
Corn—D mnnd poor lor spot and fair for fu
tures. Spot, 5s b\_<\ per cental, steady; June,
Its sd, steady; July, ss4'/id, steady; August, 6s
4d, steady. i
New York, June 20.—W00l quiet, easy;
domestic fleece, 32(537c.
Boston, June 20 —Wool quiet, steady. New
territory has been selling on a scoured basis at
00(i*02c for line, 58®00c fine medium, 600570
medium. California wools quiet, »nd selling
l-i a ranire Ironi 17@24<:, or principally from
50(fl>58c for clean
New York, June 20.—Hops; Steady; Pacific
Coffee-Options closed steady, unchanged,
to 2 i points up. Sales. 33,500 bags. June,
$10.00(0)10.15; July, SIO.4oOplO.05; August,
515.00C415.70; September, 515.10®15.25; Oc
tober, Sl* 50(_d>14.00. Spot Rio steady; fair
Sugar—Raw, firmer; fair refining, 3c; Mus
covado, 80 test,3c; eentrifucals, 90 test, 3%c.
Refined higher; No. 0, 8»0 ; No. 8, 3 9-10 c;
No. 10, 3 7-10; No. 12, 3 5-16; mould A. 4 7-16;
Standard A, 4%c; confectioner's A, 4!V; cut
ioaf, 5J.jSc; powdered, crushed, 5V«c; gran
ulated, 4 5-10 c; cubes, i l Ac.
Copper—Steady: lake. June, 13.00.
Load-Firm. Domestic, 54.50.
Tin-Firm Straits. 520.35.
Chicago, June 20.—Pork: Steady; cash,
$9.75(09.80: July, $9.«0<a9.82U
Lard-Steady; cash, July.S6.oo
Chicago, June 26 —Whiskey—Sl.l6,
Sure to relieve. There is no failure in Sim
mons Liver Regulator.
LOS ANGELES LOCAL MARKETS.
The following report is corrected daily at the
Los Angeles Produce Exchange:
Flour—L. A. XXXX, patent roller, asked,
55.40, Capitol Mills, patent roller, asked, $5.40;
Crown, $5.40@5 75; Sperry, $5.90; Snowflake
flour, $5.40ft55.75; Victor, $5.75; Fresno, $5 75;
Mill Feed—Cracked corn, asked, $1.50; Crack
ed corn by the sack, $1.50; Rolled barley,
asked $1.00; $1.50; Mixed Feed, corn $1.70
per 100lbs: feed meal, $1.50; bran, $24 per t.;
barley, $1.40: wheat, No. 1. $1.80; No. 2,
$1.10: shorts, $1.20. Small hominy, $4.
Hay—Barley, W. 8., No. 1, asked, $12.50;
Barley, B. R., No. I,asked $11.00; Alfalfa,
R. 8., $11.00: Alfalfa, W. B, $12 to $13; Wheat,
R. 8.512.00, W. B ,$12.00; Oat, W. 8., $11.00.
Potatoes—New potatoes, Early Rose; 40c
bid. 00c asked; Pinkeye, 40c bid,6oc asked.
Green Fruits -Bananas, $2.50 to $3 00 per
bunch; Strawberries, 15c; Eureka, $3.00 a
box; Seedling, $1.50 a box; Apples, $1.75 to
$2.25, Green Prunes, 10 to 12Uc.
Butter.—Fancy roll, per roll, Choice
roll, per roll, asked, 40c: Fair, roll, per roll
asked. 37% c. Eastern creamery, tubs, 25c per
Chkkse —Large, asked, lie ; Small, asked,
lie; Small, 3d hand, asked. 14c; Eastern
cneese, 12 V-
Poultry. — Hens, No. 1, per dozen,
$4.50® $5.00; old roosters, per dozen, asked
$3.50 to $4.2s;young roosters, per dozen, bid
$0.00, asked $6.50; broilers, large, per dozen,
$4.00 to ; broilers, small, per doz
en, $2.75 to ; turkeys, per pound,
10@17c; ducks, large, per dozen, bid
$5.00, asked $6.00: ducks, small, per dozen,
bid $5.50 asked $6.00; geese, each, hid 90c,
Livs Stock.—Live hogs, bid , osked
Honey.—Extracted, bid , asked Oc; am
ber, bid . asked s!v; comb, bid
asked r;',c: beeswax, bid , asked 22| ..,<•.
Onions—Oc per pound, new, $1.00 per ctl.;
Yellow Northern,sc; Local White, per ctl.
Vegetables (mixed).—Chiles, string of b%
lbs, bid , asked $1.00; garlic, bid ,
asked 7\4c\ cabbage, per 100. bid .asked
60c; green peas, 3jise.
Beans and Dried Peas.—Pink, No. 1, bid
, asked $2.50; pink, No. 1, weavely, bid
, asked 2 25; bayous, bid , asked
$4.00; Lima, bid , asked $4.00: Lima.
small, bid , asked $3.50; black eye, bid
, asked $5 00: Garavancos, bid
asked $3.50: Green Faile peas, bid asked
; Navy, bid '-, asked $3.30: job lots,
No. 1. bid . asked $3.00: job lots, No. 2
bid , asked ; lentils, 9c.
Raisins.—Layers, asked $1.50; ex-London
layers, new, $2.00: loose muscatels,sl.3s; blue
raisins, sc; dried grapes, 3\_e.
Oats.—Surprise, bid, , asked, $2.25;
feed, No. l.bid, ,nsked, $2 15; feed, No.
2, bid, , asked $2.00.
Barley.—Feed, No. 1, new bid, $1 17, asked,
Corn.—Large yellow, carload, lots, bid,
$1.17K, asked, $1.25; Egyptian, bid, , ask
ed, $1.50; small yellow, carload los, bid,
Dried Fruits.—Peaches, S. D. No. 1, bid
, asked, 12..: peaches, S. o. No. 2, bid,
, asked, 6980; Peaches, S. D. peeled,
bid, , asked, 18c: Pitted Plums
bid, 11c, pitted Plums, evaporated,
, asked, $0.18; blackberries, bid,
, asked, $0.15; prunes, California French,
bid, — -, asked, B@l2V; apricots, bid. '
asked, t12@20; Apples, evaporated, 12V, Sun
dried. 9c; Hunt's Alden, 13c.
Nuts.—Walnuts, new, $0.08; peanuts, Cal
ifornia No. 1.04 V*.; peanuts, Eastern, $0.8;
almonds, 8. 8., $0.10: Almonds. H S, $0 09;
Peanuts, N0.2, 4c.
Apples.—Evaporated, asked, $0 12; Hunts's
Al.ien, $0.14; sun dried, $0.10; sun dried,
Sacks—Calcutta spot, 1891, 8c; potato sacks,
No cure-all or untried remedy will cure as
does Simmons Liver Regulator,
[Corrected daily by 8. Maier, 140 North Spring
Fresh Meats—Following are the rates for
whole carcasres Irom slaugterers to dealers:
Beef—First quality, SVaC; second quality,
4Viic to sc.
Vial—Quotable at 6 to 7c lor large and 8 to
0c per lb. for small.
Mutton—Quotable at 6@7c per lb
Lamb—Quotable at 0 to lOc per lb.
Pork—Live hogs on foot, grain led, medium,
7 c per lb.
Hams—Rex, 131$; Crown, 14W; Lily, li} -
Bacon—Rex; 11&; Crown, 12V»; Lily. 12U.
Lard—Refined 3s, H%; ss, 10s, 9%: 50s,
B>4; tierces, 8c; pure leaf, 12%; higher all
Dried Beep Hams—l3c.
Don't suffer from dyspepsia. Take Simmons
Regulator. It always cures.
In jHst 24 hours J. V. S. relieves constipation
and sick headaches, After it sets the system
•nder control an occasional dose prevents re
turn. We refer by permission to W. H. Mar
shall, Brunswick House, S. F.; Geo. A. Wer
ner, 531 California St., S. F.; Mrs. C Melvin,
136 Kearny St., 8. F., and many others who
have found relief from constipation and sick
headaches. 6. W. Vincent, of 6 Terrence
Court, S. F. writes: "1 am 60 years of nge
and have had constipation 25 years. I was
induced to try Joy's Vegetable Sarsaparilla.
I recognized in it an herb the Mexicans
used to give us in the early 50's for bowel
troubles. (I came to Cal. in ISC?,) and I knew
it would help me and it has. For the first
time in years I can sleep well and my system
Is regular. The old Mexican herbs in this
remedy are a certain cure In constipation
and bowel troubles." Ask for
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Wholesale Meat Market.
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known to me." H. A. Archkb, M. D., gestion,
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"The use of 'Castoria' is so universal and " For several years I have recommended
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of supererogation to endorse It. Few are the do so as it has invariably produced beneficial
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Late Pastor Bloomingdale Beformed Church. New York City.
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EVERYTHING NOW IN BUYER'S FAVOR
$250 CASH MAKES THE FIRST PAYMENT ON
10 ACRES OF CHOICE ORANGE AND FRUIT LAND
ON AND AFTER JULY 1, 1801, THE
BEAR VALLEY IRRIGATION COMPANY
PER ACRE PER ACRE
ON THE FOLLOWING TERMS.
25 per cent, cash, at the time of purchase.
25 per cent, cash, January ist, 1892.
25 per cent, cash, January ist, 1893.
25 per cent, cash, January ist, 1894.
Interest on deferred payments 8 per cent. Interest payable semi-annu
ally, October and April 15th.
2500 acres planted to orange and deciduous fruits, vines, etc., are today
being irtigated. That life-giving element
-)|WATER IS THEREjf
And there to stay; plenty of it and more to follow. Every purchaser of a
10-acre lot in Alessandro that wants water can have it now, by giving five
days' notice at engineer's headquarters. Do you want to buy a lot in
Alessandro? If so get in on the ground floor. You people that are almost
persuaded wait no longer. You cannot always buy
The Best Orange Land in the World at $ioo Per Acre!!
Today you can. The time for you to decide is now. The man who waits
will get left. Alessandro is an established fact; a great success; a sure
thing. The people far and near know of its superior attractions over and
above all other portions of Southern California. One man from Riverside
writes today for ten acres. One party (three brothers) writes from Illinois
for thirty acres. One man from Michigan wants 200 acres —he brings his
friends with him. This is just a sample of one day's mail. The ball is
rolling gentlemen ; what you can buy today at $100 per acre, one year from
today will cost you $200, and perhaps more. Mark the words of a prophet.
BUY TEN ACRES TODAY AND SAVE $1000.
For full particulars, send your address or call on
Manager Land Department, Redlands, California.
Before using the Anti-Vermin Celebrated and Successfully
and Moth Remedy. Trled Vermin and M oth
ANTI-VERMIN AND MOTH REMEDY
By putting this powder under the edges of carpets, I guarantee that there will be no
Moths. It has the same effect if used for upholstered furniture, woolen goods, wearing ap
parel, etc. Address all communications to JOSEPH MEHLKR, San Bernardino, Cal., Sole
Agent for the Pacific Coast. For sale by C. F. HEINZEMAN. 222 N. Main st.; O. 11. HAN CE,
177 and 179 N. Spring st.; F. J. GIESE, 103 N. Main St. IF. C. Wolf, 106 W. First street; J. H.
Trout, Sixth and Broadway, and all leading druggists.
Over Fifty Pieces, 3000 yards, Bigelow and other standard makes of Body Brussels
for sale at extremely low prices.
WE ARE OVERSTOCKED IN THESE GOODS.
Also a complete line of other Carpets, and all kinds of Furniture at Lowest Prices.
New Goods constantly arriving from the East.
337-339-341 SOUTH SPRING.
Notice of Dissolution of Copartner
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
copartnership heretofore existing and
doing business at Los Angeles, Los Angeles
county, California, and at Orange, Orange
county, California, under the firm name of
Rardon & Hasson, has been dissolved.
Dated June 25th, 1801.
6-25 lm RARDON & HASSON.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
annual meeting of the stockholders of the
Baker Iron Works, will be held at the office of
their works, in the city of Los Angeles, State of
California, at 7 o'clock p. m., on Friday, July
10th, 1891, for the purpose of electing a board
of directors for the ensuing year, and for the
transaction of such other business as may come
6-25 td FRED. L, BAKER, Secretary.
DR. WONG HIM.
THE FIRST CHINESE PHYSICIAN TO .
practice his profession in this city was Dr.
WONG HIM- Pas practiced here for sixteen
(16) years, and his cures and successful treat
ment of complicated diseases is proof of his
ability. He belongs to the sixth generation of
doctors in his family. A trial will convince
you. OFFICE: 68!) tipper Main St. P.O. box
564, Station C, Los Angeles, Cal.
TO THE PUBLIC: DR. WONG HIM, 639-
Upper Main St., has cured my mother of the
typhoid fever in the short lime of one week, and
has left her entirely well, and also has cu> ed me
of a tumor I had on my leftside. After suffer
ing for a long lime and receiving no benefitfrom
otheis, I concluded to try the above gentleman
(Dr. Wong Him), who has left me entirely well,
and now I feel it my duty to testify in his be
half I wish to recommend him to the public
as an efficient and skillful physician. MISS
CARRIE PEREIRAftnd MRri. D. 0. PEREIRA,
550 Gariardo St., Los Angeles, Cal February
TO THE PUHLIC.
I take this opportunity of highly recommend
ing Dr. Wong Ilim's abilities as a physician to
all who have any diseases, especially those
whose complaints resist the treatment of other
For two months I suffered from impure blood
and disordered stomach, together with a sore
lip which failed to heal, and was finally per-,
suaded to call and see Dr. Wong Him at his ol
flee, 639 Upper Main street. I had a consulta
tion, aud after an examination of my pulse he ■
gave me a powder for my lips and medicine in
ternally, and said he would cure me in ono
week or ten days, and at the expiration of that
time declined to give me any more medicine,
because I was cured, which statement I fully
endorse, for I have not been so well for a lons
time. JOSEPH P.. DUBBS,
February 25,1891. Los Angeles, Cat
I had been sick five months, paid out large
sums of money for dcotors and medicines, but
derived no benefit. Dr. Wong Him was recom
mended to mc by a friend. I did not think I
could get well, as my lungs and kidneys were
very bad and getting worse all the time. Dr.
Wong Him took me in this condition; he has
in two months' time entirely cured me, and
now I feel it my duty to testify in bis behalf.
I wish to recommend him to the public as an
efficient, and skillful physician.
Los Angele-, May 13.1891.
OPTICIANS AND JEWILBBS.
THI» IS NOT OUR WAY.
of fitting glasses:
The careful and proper adjustment of Frames
is as important as the correct fitting of lenses.
We make the scientific adjustment of Glasses
and Frames our specialty, and guarantee a per
fect fit. Testing of the eyes free. Full st kol
artificial eyes on hand. Glasses ground to > rder
S. O. MAKSHCTZ, Scientific Optician,
229 8. Spring street, Theater Building.
Correct fitting of Glasses and Lenses ground
to order our specialties Oculists' pre
scriptions carefully filled Arti
ficial Eyes on hand.
E. W. HOPPERSTEAD & CO.,
Barber Supplies and Cutlery*
183 W. Third St., Los Angeles, Cal.
THE MOST COMPLETE GRINDING PLANT
on the Pacific Coast.
Sole manufacturers of the celebrated Diamond
Festus Razors. China Painting and Burning
done to order. 4-12-3 m
Ask your dealer for it, or send for Free Circular t»
Petaluma Incubator Co., Petaluma, Cal
Baker Iron Works
950 to 966 BUENA VISTA ST,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.,
Adjoining the Southern Pac'flc Grounds. Tele
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NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE.
DELIA W. CHASE, PLAINTIFF, VS. JOHN
F. Bandholt et al., Defendants.
3heritFs sale. No. 14,565.
Order of sale and decree of foreclosure and
Under and by virtue of an order o* sale and
decree of foreclosure and sale, issued out of the
Superior Court of the County of lx>s Angeles,
of the State of California, on the 24th day of
June, A. D. 1891, in the above entitled
action, wherein Delia W. Chase, the above
named plaintiff, obtained a judgment and de
cree of foreclosure and sale against John F
Bandholt et al., defendants, on the 20th day of
June, A. D. 1891, for the sum of $5,102.30, gold
coin of the United States.which said decree was,
on the 23d day of June, A. D. 1891, re
corded in judgment book 26 of siid Court,
at page 21,1 am commanded to sell all those
..certain lots, pieces, or parcels of laud, situate,
lying and being in the city of Los Angeles:
county ot Los Angeles, state of California,
and bounded and described as follows:
Being lots eighteen (18) and twenty (20), in
block six (6) of Angeleno Heights, as per mop
thereof recorded in book 7, page 88, et Beg., of
miscellaneous records of said county of Los
Angeles, state of California
Together with all and singular the tene
ments, hereditaments and appurtenances
thereunto belonging, or in anywise appertain
Public notice is hereby given, that on Satur
day, the 18th day of July, A. D. 1891, at 12
o'clock M. of that day, in front of the court
house door of the county of Los Angeles,
I will, in obedience to said order of sale
and decree of foreclosure and sale, sell
the above described property, or so much there
of as may be necessary to satisfy said judgment,
with interest and costs, etc., to the highest and
best bidder, for cash, gold coin of the United
Dated this 25th day of June, 1891.
E. D. GIBSON,
Sheriff of Los Angeles county.
F. C. Hannon. Deputy Bheritt".
Chas. W. Chase, Attorney for Plaintiff.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
INSTATE OF RAMONA S. DE MACHADO,
Notice is hereby given by the undersigned,
the administrator of the estate of Ramona S.
de Machado, deceased, to the creditors of, and
all persons having claims against, the said
deceased, to exhibit the same with the neces
sary vouchers, within ten mouths after the
first publication of this notice, to tbe said ad
ministrator, at the office of Lee & Scott, No.
21 Temple block, in the city of Los Angeles,
State of California, the same being the place for
the transaction of business of the estate of said
Dated this 2«th day of June. A.D. 1891.
Administrator of the estate of Ramona 8.
DeMachado, deceased. 6-27 30t
INSTATE OF CHARLES F. McOREA, DE
Letters of administration on the above estate
having been granted to the undersigned, all
persons Indebted to the said estate are requested
to make payment, and those having claims to
present the same without delay, to FRANK M.
WIRGMAN.44I Chestnut street, Philadelphia.
Pa ; or to his attorney in fact, JOHN McCRKA,
I Los Angeles, Cal. 6-27 sat 6t