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The Gardening Business.
Th* HSBALD I* in reoelpl of the fol
lowing lettei from P«nn»ylv*nia on the
•abject of * very important industrial
Masslti
OscaoLA, Tioga O Pa., 1
Sept '241b. ISM }
EuiToa HiaAi.ii In the lixi stkat
aaHaaaui which yoa soul me, d»t*d
September, I*B.l, >ou Late au ai licit on
"How lo Make Farming Pay." Ymi
tell what a man i onld do market gard
ening, raUing pcaa and sweet coin, in
Lo* Angelea Are there still aocli
•hauo**? fan land lie rented fur market
gardening near the eitj' What would
he tl.,- rent' t.'nii such profits bo made
now*
1 desire to mine to Houthem (Califor
nia to live; would like to live in or near
Loa Angelo*, where my children could
he educated I have money to hay an
unimproved tract Hr vineyard, btii
should want anm thing like gardening
to sup|Kirt my family while the vineyard
was coming into iei ring.
I wnnld move there this fall if there
i« a «haiioe to get a living at market
gardening.
Pleas.- write me w hat esn be done hy
a man ready to work aud with four nt
five thousand dollar*
Please send tne a nnmlmr or ... oi
11krai.ii; anyraoent number* will do.
Addreas aa above. Youra truly,
s. H. Soon,
The above: letter i< l>ut one of tbi
tiundroili that faro raotUTrtl At tlio Hta
ALti nffice cononruing tfan ortpaliillliua ol
Hontheru OavUbtrols. ln raply it ia „r»t
ilyiatf to atate that all the roproeriita-
Uoni in tb« laVaWtmtAns HtK»i.i. ilioul
th* profit! ol market gantaniun ro
man. ruatlsra ol fact Thorn i» no Ja
arrttoae in the profit* of tba liuaiaeßa.
For eaoU acre nf iiioreoai' in gnrfliiiia
tbaro ia an Inor.a.e In Iho rof
oooannioii fnuii .on tmpiilly tiitreMing
population, la.Hi in tho city ami country
and in tho ureal mining reKinn to the
northwnrrl anil eastward.
Land in the vicinity of the city auita
Ma for all kinda nf market gardening
uatn he punibam d. oil Ii a water right, m
rOmllOU to $12.1 I'Ji aorn, at wbioh
pric* it l» 'ni' obenf. i to purchase land
than to lea-e it. A' a greater iliatanco
f»om the oily land oan be imrohaaod at
lt>aa priisi, Inn the eipona* nl iiioreaned
tr»n»portation will o.iaily make up for
th* difference in the pnooof land.
Willi tli* inei*aa*of fruit and vigetn
ble uanueri** in oar oily tin- demand lor
in»rket bredttts to , end Hlimad in cuna
ia inomaainK- In addition to the more
prominent crops td corn, hen.ua, pen
and potatnoß, there are other* l«aa not
ieeal.lo, but i|Ulle aa pmrilahl». Among
tham m»> l>e menu nieit iiapaiagiM.
oablißge, uniuiia, garlio, BMlaßtt, Onlls
Colorado I red poppi rB), nnd oaoamb«ra.
I'ickle makiiig ia nn induitry lhat re.
uuina but a tufting capital, and tin pro
duct la ready for Ihe market in a few
day*. Th* expanaeof raining cm umbcra
is Rliglit, and tlie profit yery Urge.
Hardening continues twelve months in
the y*ai', aim ia v aure aoureo of income
lo all who follow it inUilliKently. No
part of tho world offora *n flue an oppor
ttuiity fur th* gardener as thia pnrl nf
the State. Tho weather ia nearly al
waya fine, with mi cholera oi yellow
lorer to disturb the laborer, while with
a rotati f crops tho anil ia alwnya
reaponaire to the hand of the cul
tivator. Land which ha* been tinder
onltivHtmn in Loa Anifetea and Hun
Oaliricl for moro ii.au 101) year* ia nil]
freah and strong and highly productive.
All pai l ion who have paid intelligent
attention to tho cultivation of garden
product* in thia Motion have been suc
ceaafnl continually; and tn join an al
falfa meadn r and butter making to g tr
dening wmild add another profit to oar
moat Vticrntivo branches.
An indottrioai man with ten acres nl
land snitublo for giirdening, In
oatad near l.os Angoles can
make more iimuoy from his laud
than any farmer iv lllinoia, Indiana or
Michigan can make on 1 110 acres de
voted tn any kind nl grain growing.
The 11kkai.1i keeps tlio public oon
•isntly advised oonoerning the pioduot*
of Iho soil and of their oommerolal
valae, si that all who read it* ptges
may b* coustantly informed nf the
prcfita anil advantage* attending all
kind* of Ullage, whether it he the garden
of half a doseo acres, the gralnneld nf
80,000 acres, the vineyard nl 1,000,0(1(1
viae* or the orange grove of 10,000 trees,
all have a bearing and a stutemunt for
the benefit of the public.
The Leading-Strings Fallacy.
From the mouient h child ia horn, he
ia treatefi.il on the ptinciple that all hia
initinuti* are essentially wrong, that
nature munt ha thwarted and flottntar*
acted in every poneihle way. Ho la
atrappc-d up in a contrivance that he
■roMld he glad to exchange for a ■traitfht.
jaokut, kept for hours in a position ihal
erttvent ■ him from moving any limh of
la hody.
HU Nrat attempts at locomotion are
uht>okud; he ia put in leadiug-atriiiKs; he
ia carefully guarded from the ont-dooi
world, from the air that would Invigor
ate hia lunga, from the anorta that would
develop hia mnaclea. Heuoe, the p. u
vi hni -.4. awkwaidnesM nnd lioklihneat
of our young ariatocrats. Poor people
have uo time to initiate, the abaurdittea
uf their wealthy oeighhori*, and their
children profit hy what the model nurse
would undoubtedly call neglect.
Indian haliies nr. atill better oil. They
are fod on hull heel und kicked around
like young dog**; hut they are not nwiid
died, they are not cradled, and uot
dosed with paregoric; they ofawl arouud
naked and anon learn to keep out ol the
way; they are huppy; they never cry.
If we would tre.u our voVOgafeara in
tbe aame way, only imhatttuting kiaiea
and bread for kicks and beef, thay would
afterward be hardier au«i ■Iroßgar.
Every week the newspaper tells us about
ladiea tumbling down atiira and break
ing both arms; hoy* falling from a fence
and fracturing their collar-bonea. From
what height would a young Comaaobe
have to fall to break aueh bouaa—not to
meution Sovth Sea Uland children aud
young monkeys? The bones of un infant
are pTaatic; letting it tumble and roll
about would harden the huuy t
guarding it like v piece of brittle crock
ery make* ite limba aa fragile aa glaxv
Christian mothera reproach thctnselvea
with negleotiug their duly to tbeir child
ren if they do not constantly interfere
with their movements, but they forget
that iv pointa of physical eduoaiion
Nature heraelf is such an excellent
taaoher that tbe apparent neglect if
really a tranafer of the pupils to a more
efficient aehool. — Popular Hciunc* 4
Momhh,.
Mr. Ruskin on Saints.
lv thus deaoribitig what a real aaint
ia, Mr. Buskin baa told ua alao not in
deed 'hnw auoii sort of men ami women
oati be made if wr want thorn,' but why
it ia that they on. M n , ddom found. Cir
oumatanoes ate linst ihe -taints. Mr.
Kuskin says, with equal feeling ami
humor, that hia favorite heroine, hit*
mother, wouhi mom havo heon
a taint, 'but tor my father ami me.' 1
have friend- whose cheerfulness Mi
Ruakiu adds) It would grievi me to ex
ohange for more devotional hihavioi.
and others whoie faults 1 >li mid mis-' if
they were wholly washed away. Ku< -
it ia, that thu white robe* of daily lm
inanity are always in some way m
a little the worse for wear, and v> Ltee]
them wholly unspotted from the
and hold the cross iv th.- right baud am
the palm iv the left, steadily tbrougl .
tho rough walking of it, ia granted t*>
rery, very fear .treat Ores taVu live bi
breath and dread.' That in the pity o
it- -that there are ao mauy later-.-un
Tliercaios (will Mr. Kuskin pardm
sutor quoting f rom one of (lenrge Xi
lint's f'jul ti •ttous?i who alternative he
tweeu a vague idea aud a MMMMM
yearning of womanhood, and whose lov
in_ hearts heat aud Boh after ou ur.ut
tamed g.todueia, Urenibte oQ, and art
dtsnersed among uiudrancea instead or
neutering Ln some long r«c
And a j it ia well, perbaua, that tbe liv.
good for moat people , ami iutemled foi
them are the livas ot sheep and rubins;
and they may lie thankful that \
ha,Te fielda toliedoMn in and hunks i
build Ihetr nests in, and ur- not cull*
by Heaven to the n'ln uw of i - tin >u< a.
The world could ro m >re go on with al
It* barosya in eaekcloth thati with nil
its mountains in . Onl> (md hei.
ia the conclUßioi if whole inat:-*r,
with which wo ike lw»vc ol d
Ruakin) don't lm the glory of tin
tual virtu** lie lost t» us. biOStlM w* arr
generally not expected oura»*lves t<i t.t
hetttr thau our dog* and hones.'
A NAU.U. INJIU TOh free with earh h.>tti>
of anilol. . • ittrrh Uemeely Frlee,sn-f-m
--•uld D> i. 1 IK.bii.maL. 10 M Mali. >ir«et
POLITICAL.
The l>«-BnorrnlIr IlriliiMiu
The I*;niooraf.lr party r.t dH DMA*, Ihrmigh
is representative, hi National Omvoatlon at
tmbM. recognises that m th- nation nt,**
Idef ne* kiim are bin ef time end progren*
■ad old Issues perish, but the fund-mental |>rln
Ipleeof the I'tmurri'). approved by Mm Batted
"i Of th* i-Wpl. .I- n. hi, in•! Will i- »n >i
• the bmt hkl only security for thee niiu'iuiro
f friL fo.nrnmv-tit; tho preservation of per-m.nl
tghts, the eu.u-»Ut) ul oil citlrens b-for.t lh« la*
ho reserve; I righto of thu Ht.U. . «nd the an
.reinn. -v of tho re lent Uuyvnwv •>% withn the
ImlU ol the CoMetltiltl.il, will . ,vt form the
mid.nd »|th"Ut -1. str ,\ \v*l• ■.: -
ightsand po*tra whlrh em Me. a eonllf. m t
.edi.rlnped In tarece ei.il m.iml 0r... . aid "<
JJt U ieT.ll«lw!,Mbk lm tV [.
bin end enforcement .»• tt.e«- Imml nt •• .
apt** that th* Government should not alwava m
wntrotled by one pulltioel party. Frequent
mange of administratis ..•»*■■ ■
MMQovwirrw.f . strumentalitv
in used for Imposing ben-v burdens on the man)
who are governed for ilo ■ bceni .f the fe* who
govern. Publle servants Hint l«enmr .irl«tr ir>
ruler*, This »im* "> roiidtri-.n of ihjeouri
try; hence s ehsngf le drmet.did.
JLWm t';:'.' it!:
ftViSnrrl !'' Ti.e'"M.H/e..d j .(.fen whlrh
here been brought n» M*riit In - v-r) .iej artmefii
eg th* Government are sufficient to hate r*n<»d
for reform within the rU-puidl'-n pnrty, yet
th.cc in authority, mide rerttl«»*»o the lung
rupTmg m'rh'. i." am) hsv. pl.i-.lio netiilnitioii
I'J'i.n mm > &uVtnbutwl hVun-' iViV-u.
imtreiloin nnd -tie L-si J- i< w-i.u h. ! '-ai
reined for unlawful profits ur tor hl K h nfU.c.
The republican pert), during it-, legal, It
itolrn m. I Its lemtriil lei.v,'. • .1 p .*.-r h ■t>*t cdi
iy decayed lv morel character nnd policies I ca
peril). Its platform promise* *re now a llet i>*
Upsrt fell 11 roe - t--. ie.t.ration ot
jurnavy. It list etpiand.reil hundred- of mil
lone to create a navy that does not eii*t. It
Mile Upon Congress I remove the burden-, under
which American shipping hiu* been depre Bud. IL
Impoeod and Ime rm,linmd thoee l.uid. ni It
profeeana v pr. fi-renee for free invtituttoni. U
rrMßatlee] w.d trlnl to !■ ■ a eootrol of Huu
llertioneb) Feleral tnmpi. It Prof«ei-.» a de
■ire to elevat/- Übor, It has HiH.jifted Anwriran
wnrkiiifineii to tin c..to|«tit i> .1 . .nvi-f uno
Imported etmtrai't labor. It professes gr.lltude
U, all who were disable I or died in the » >r.
Ing widows aud orphan-. It left to a Dem
House nf Itepres.nlitn.H th. first .it il 1
eoiidi/" both isnintiert and pi-iislniM. It proffer
eilapludgetu rnnert ths I.rgnUritles ol our
unit, it mated ruu oonl • I them its
own Tariff < on.nils .Inn eonfuesed the need ul
more than X 0 per (vnt reduction. It- Longreas
gave a reduction ofbssth uit j eree.it. It pro
tests the nroteetionot Aniuri.- .n msnnfaetorera.
II has subjertod them to an Increasing tl 1 ot
manufactured a hopeless i o, t i|>eiition
wlthmanijfv:turliiK naiinn". not one ol which
Usee raw n.aterUN. Ii proteases to prat ct al
Am rican indu.tri.s. |i h.s imp.*-ri-hed man)
tosubSidiae a few It prnl. s-.ti ft., pr. t efion ol
Am rirlltßKri'eui.B - rim mdusi-i "followed by
halt ..ur people p.of.iises the .".pulitv ct ull
e| 11/ mis |,i fore Hi. Ia» Attemplmu tn hi (In
Status Ml red -.tbe \.t. ... its C.L
tbe pnm sal h Houayoßfnhed srilb' rrmt*Oßi.
oil tragi oils .\p.suii • t... luiuer slmek It- nmrivi
Btttiw. |tsh<me-1 member* and it- indepen.lt lit
journals no l.mif. r maintain a sucersslill cutest
lor atitborit) iv its eoniiselß or I veto on bad
nominations.
That a i- meissur* i-* pro*ttl by an «|.
Istlngsiindusoftnore than «lIMI,UUO,I)t>-, which
has Vuarl) been irolleetud from a Btltferilig pen
i pin .nn rsutatlon is unjusttaration,
W* denounoa tha ReyubliOM party for liialng
failed to relim. tie- pconle from the war
Uxrs, whitdi have panbgad hnainasj, ortutded
Industiy and deprivett bibor of empb>> im i.t i.nd
" The Daaiooraoy piedi;«s lta.di 11 b«rtf) ti i Id
to the lowest limit I' .ii-iili nl « ith a ■!-n- r-n-ir-i
to the pies, rva'l t the faith ol th. n m i h.
its ereifttor- utni ii ii-.' rs, knowing full
■hi ,!,..■ in ne-ihod, nol in tnlvaiii:c 01 public
wt™ part) H pl« dgutt to revise the
Uriff In a spirit H fairness to „il mt. r. i-, b.u
In making a rednc'|..ti In taxes It is tmt pMpoied
to Injure sit) .tnuiosti. In iv trie but rather to
datlon ul this lloveinm. Nt, t i\. s eolleeted at lhe
custom house h:i c Imtli the ehu-l s s I K.I
era! re*e. ue, ami am h the* must iitmu.- to be
Moreover, main In.iiistrb s hut c mmc to r.dy up
on leprl-lati-'li fm their sms-e-iul cmtinuviee, ....
that an> eh tiigo of the I.m must be at ewr) step
regartlfiil m the labor and eu| if.il thus Involved
The prixH-ssof r. firm mud b. subject to thu ese
tlon'nhall b'oMmitod'tn the n ipiir. tlientl (if an
tni'ii' m't .xatUm'm and must' be \; '-d i.b
out duprlvlng Aii'erie hi labor nf tl ■ ahttltf to
Wltho'll.' in.p.H.nV''t'-WT Mtes nt duty *th»H Ull
be ample tt> cover am mere;.* ti <•■.-l prodtic
tlon which mat exist hi e—ta etpiemv of the
higher rale of wairt-pn-Mii.iny ii tl.i. ...nntr*
Slirttc elil reV. UU. to all tl.c - .p i ■■ - -d til
Federal tlnvernm nt, cHmoiiucallv adminisleve I,
the piddle debt. i:u. br k ..t m,,;,., se, .
tides ef /ii\ur\ nnd bc;.Vii"j <.-!.' 1
of necefsitv. We MiaBSfON ftesM utiee the ahusus
of the cxis lng tniift, tin I, subject to these Imii
Utlotia, we demand tl.at Kinler*! taxtithm sh ill
Woxdtislvetv for public ptirpts-es and ahull not
exceed the i.c.-.la of the Uovernmctit, eeoiiomi
call)' ntliulnlatcrcd.
Tho si stein of direct taxation known as the
intenistl revenue isa wat tax and an long as the
la« tlmies the dun deriv ed ib.-refmm -luni d
he sacr.sll) ilew.tc.l to the r. li-t in- ~..pb
from tho reiiKiiniinf bunleiis of the war and bit
made a (nnd tn . efniv thu expense ol the osru
and comfort of mnn hy Mildiers illanbled in th..
line in* duty in th* waTHOt the renuhltc nntl fot
the payment t»f such pi-aimiß as rmigreHs nui
from tinii. to lime umnt to such snt.llers, a like
fund for the snilors havltu been a!re:i-h pr. vnt
ed.ainl an\ siirphw should be paid MM the
We favor nn Aiuxrl.'iu continental pnliov,
basvti on mote intimate l umtm-n i tl and political
relatinns with the tUti-cii Bsstet republkM nt
North. (Vimml ami Houth America.nut etitanging
We b. llet c in hoimst mom v. the g.dd and all
tl'itiotnm diuinconxcrllblt! into such money,
Asaertliii: the otpiiil.l* of all men before lhe
law, we hold that it It tin dun ot the Uuvern
ment In will, the p. > ( d.' to mete nut
HUal ami exact Ju-fhv to all citizens, ol what
ever nativity, race, color or |HT-u.»sioi ( , ii'llkluUs
We Micie in a free ballot and a fair count,
antl we recall to lhe nietnorv of the people the
noble atrifeglo of the lie-i;.s rat- ill the Forty
fifth a,-id fort* sixth Qongraaa**, bl whlrh a r.
luclant Repulilicin opposition ana compelled to
aeat'tiltu lejislaii .lug eierx where illegal
V Tm!"XeU..!I t»\7v.iVr\V.dr»vrs for the Terri
tories Hhmild be reatllotld to citizei I pr,-vU,ud)
Wi'tWM -imiotuar) laws which vex the elti-
We favor h.m.-si ixiU r.i. . reform, the rnm
pensatioii of ull I nit. d Males mllwra by Hx.-d
sdark-, the mp ir.ition n! i hui.d. and .>tntc und
the diffusion of Ii dm utimi ».x. omnmn m-;-. 1-,
BOth-xteven i-bit-i in tn, ma> lwtnUv.bt tile
While f-«v..r Ml 1.-ri-l.ti-.o «Meh "ill t-ud
totbnetpiiUibb .list.il.iiti .ii ~i pro.aTly.to the
nbuw-lt,' ae'hol.l thai Vi./'vm'lt■.'!", I\ . '•!> '','■'
penda on a -i rni'tiloii- regard f r the ritfbta or
property »s ilellm.i by law. We hell v.-that In
Wr Is best r.vardcl .It r- It i- ire,-, an in ■ t
enlightened, II rhoiild be ft-stercl ami clmh
cd. We favor the nrpeal of nil law* reattMint the
free action ni lab a .mil tl.. -r-.etuiCDt of laws
llrfhtcii the pttoplt as to tho true riteMoMOl
as possible, to ite k.'pi as t..a l- mr actual
aeUlera. that at! uiuarm 1a.,-!- 1..-ret bn ■ on
tbe action'of the Iteput. t.-ai. ptilv. should be
rc-torcd to the public .b.m-.m mid „ , more
ntuiiug th. Ma la ci'the e.Vi
hocn thi-(Mr.li'i»«t priii.-i,in ih lv<iin,>, H .ii ■
faith. W.:. ipnli, I.h, .1 i Kirn, tU>.< the i.ti
to .:!.,■• -nt;. prni.- tall tin- right* oi
and th. pn>p*rty ot every Ati.urici.ti - irixuii ii
*tion lor any tmasior thereof. An American
i !i.»r tl i', jiii ;im-,hini iin mill' 111 -i«-. I thu i •(or
»**«• twn -*1 .MOOfdlaajrta (ut laws, ami
at* A^orl' i"' i"' ""t p ' Vurnm ' tv ""I 1 * 1 " 11 '*
ad" i^rrlt!'.^"t'"! 1 ,-h-V i 1
act in a iiia.iri.-r mi.,'.-..!,, • ' '„u\,'.
the count rv or huittul tn ..ur .in co-. to let th. v.
of th. i..lj ieent M.-\i.-.u. I. tr ■ *.' ,'. ,I,' "!.'.
Willi thri purchase ol 1
Alaska, the aril.* (mil of a Heptibliean admini*
The general gowr ent ■no-ii.i <-..■. lor aim \
illl)l! ' ll.' M I •«-!-•".I ! > '
th*: interior Slate* easy and etMSjp <ratis|>orta.
Its* u> tide water
t'li'ler the loi g period of Wmocratlc p-licv j
our n.orvhant marine we* f.. - OSWtsattM hikl
on the jkoint of outstripping titat of llmat Itri
hiii t'n'lcr tSftJstj year* nl Kepuhiican rale
and policy our >• wm haa boan i.i i n.r
Briti-h ami almost haa the American ilau he.»n
kept off thr liigh seaa Instead of the Kepul'li
can party* linttth policy, we dem nnd forth,
people of thr United Kut«a an American pn'|f-\,
t ud*,r iJeinocratif rule and }»>\U \ our mereJian'u
ai..l-v.ilor.. fl.u.i, thratai-aod .tripes In c* try ,
port, wars nui a martlet for 1
thr Tamal product* of Amrrt- at- Indnatn Lv ;
. dar a uuarUr of a. f v of h ,■ olicao rul '
1 aao ussriiu em uutaltsst aJfautage* or*.
laUS IJ.VILV HEI.ALD, 11 ESP A V MOR.MNd, QCTOHEB 7, 1884.
l-OLITICAL.
ISL?ff»fS» th* Ireedofn
!ol tr ulo am iiii all the c l iilleTl atat a; de-pile
'',','n'',,','!'o\''",me.v-'r»'.l ',ii ,' "-'i.." Ihriil) ai d 'iei'
1,, "r/mMl'i. niirMed '".'ii lee. ■ ,f lie ami 111
„ , ii . iv,, ,I , ",ir In, ': air eo.il>
a. 1., then >..' l.« , oaamlna sUiallna
| rrn'taa dVsylle"wall; leara o< Sa
'irMStyMcj'.
wm leiaaid en U hall nf Ihr American lleneal
a , .i, •.ii'i.n. ao i ) li|.U-*t pf Ola Sa
„l-1i—...-Til I LUMiiaiin.'siaial* and false ppe-
I ' j,. ii,l, i,i i. '~ li" i, an .a: ,r, »x p: u.M.I
. ~,'.. niaiid, in haliatt of trie
li.iiii.'rae), lr»-l el American Ul«.r by re
,, i . .!„■ lli.t 11.. « L'i.lle.l
, ,; ' ''o.l'r.' "'in TiT Mm'
.ru .I ,«ac. a.eJ the finite of 111-rrty.
VI Ith profound reatret we have les-n epprt.e.l
1, , ~.,!,.. .Lhle.ll.uli, tl.n.iliill »hiae|«f
~'.O aaa e'ronk that tdov at the vital iirinetples
I the re|iUhlic-a4a,uka»oen.a In Uie will i.t tlie
ic,ij,.r.t> lhat he ealoiol tiermlt ua aualn to
plaeo In hla haiala tha l.adeialilp of lac licmo
, r.iln- hoet for the isasoli that the achlevenwnt
~I . ,». i, l! . . .1n,,1,i ln.li .li "I ll.„ ),-I.T«l
Koveniinent ia ai, on leriakina ao* lon heavy f.o
hie has hia v prutonael untl tha ainera 1 )i'i"»
~ 1 n 1.11.a ...onto ue 01. Un lad il. IU
w.ah that the wron* »c.c r.vht.«l In In. par* ; n.
1..1 th , Kinnctao) ..file I', i'.eil Slate, aii oiler
lo hlnil.ihl. withdrawal!. aalM carw* not only
~nr i,.i..«tful .) nielli) ..nd awleaei, hut alao
lhat lieat h<nua(a ol Ire. i.c .. the ple.l«e ol our
deiolt'.iitoUie iirluilplei ami Ihe caaara* no*
mean ualile in the h..t.ir.i i,l lhl.rei.oblle lrt.nl
the Lewdtfrehlß and tbe nan a el Hiiiwuol J. Tit
' "Wllh thla natemont *f th. SXXOOS, |.rineipl*a
and iniriitiK- eauhti In in Tali': early . the great
.. ~/ ~ „ ~ ,] ~| „, j. ~, ill. tr.itien U
mil.it.iited tn I .c oeiiol. In the osliu .ootdoiiea
that Ilia i.,|,..Li '..I.e .' -I I'!-' "in ' vorj.f
i;'e'n.''i'..'',",ill'r,i'., i-uu
| .i.di.lcaplUl, and atU gel oral aellara ol the
LINKS OK TK.AVKU
P AOIHO OOABI'
Steamship Oornpany.
tluillAl.L, IKKKISS * 00., Menerel
SAN FRANOISUO.
KORTHERN ROUTES.
■tsasiss lkavk lAsnuunMo
For Wmsto, Sitka ul BantoVwf. Alaaka. Ukl
(S.iiiailiei .1 rut NeW V/e-tlllilllllei, It. C.,a* *0
vsrUeed In .auii raiHtooa naersl aisir*.
K<a vie-mlii, I'oit T.irtiiMti.l, > ; .uM«, Taeouis,
,i..|l. "id tllymnl* on Ou. 0. 14, IS. BU,
mid Nov. 7 at lv 1. v.
For Anuria »r.il Portland, OS, 1. 0. 11, 10. tl,
MMKin «t ID a. » _
For kuicka, Arcta anil HOOetOn, eiurt vVediies
F.ir'Vt.liit Ar«n», WSJ I Dove, Little River
Whiloalioro, Mundoriii.. Otey, ami Noyo, evot>
Monday.
SOUTHERN ROUTES.
time table faa October.
OoMino South (joiro North,
ll |fl fl il
lip «
3a.it* Bona e*ptt OA s Oct. 4 Oct. 6
Angeles uor. « " 4 « 4 »
i ■ ■ -. • »,;; ii
r..,..i,« " 7, " » " ' !»
, I!. ... I " H " ill
i„. ini/i'iM I " it " 14 " 16 " m
ii,i,.»i,«,1 ■ if. •• 13 mi •• ti
I n,, I. , " 17, " 19 " to '■ 89
Mnta R0m...'..... " Sii " tl " tl " to
I,„ s 1,, . •• •:■ •• »»• •• t,| " «
OrinlM " *6 " W " mil ' si
liin k. '• i: ' s» ' 3i, Nov.
Santo Rns» " S'l Nov. I Nuv.3| " 6
'y; .. ,i x :" '-'! .-. ii _ tJ^-J
Steamers Santo lloea and uriulaa {to
tlmnikli in San tilegti, limine. Sun Pedro on th.
.Latin n( tlielr arrlvah ti-rti. Rot I'nancleco.
The Santa Sat* and OatSttS neS at
Hanla llarliari. and Port ll srfi.iu. (Man tula Obin
en) only, on th* route I', .1,1 Irom Han traneaaco
Cars to connect with iIMIDHtI leave 8. P. R.
11. doi'Ut loa Alnjeles. a" 1011.-wa V. ill, Santa
1;.., a ami tlrixaba, goli g north, at 111 o'olook A.
«.• K*4n(| auttth, M 4 »Vlbc» r. a. «"l. I-""
Allele, ami kiuroka, noma north, at 4 o'clock
I. M., railroad IwW.
RATBS OJE* I"A»H
KHOM l os ANUKI.KS
amn Steernare
Tn San Frstiolsco 9U 110
raos man psdso wharf
I\, M,.ntcrcyai.d Santa l.'iux... 14 9 fill
Sao S.mciill 1« »
,;»MIC.« U M »
Port Hariord IU 60 5
tl«,;,,ta 9 7
,"'iiii Rarhara 0 6
Han Ulieriet cntura 6 4
Sal Metre 6 4
tasriunt ol Steamrts ratlins at Agonfa olliee
whore berth* ma> lie IMUfatl
Kor Newport ijunli'n.-, ate Kanta Oruz, etc.
Ir,,,||;li! m earners leave Fr..i m." -o aO.iut over,
two weclia, aa tided sent: mi the Newport bar.
T)iaOotapaatyrsexrv** tbi ri.lil to change thi
steamer* or thoir daya ol ".ailliii-
HT„I PASSAISi OU FRKKIIIT AS ABOVE
UR FOX TICKETS TO AND KHOM
All Important Points in Europe
H. MoLBIibAN. : : : Atrent
Ortloe -No. 8 Commercial Nt. Loa Anireloa.
a p. r r
TIME SCHEDULE.
Sunday, August 31at, 1384,
TmliiM Ip.vvo anil are due to arrive at
Xa O *» A C* >■' h-*! tU
LIAVR j ; ARIUVI
ruH DiariaATioN. raua.
toor.nl Ooltoa. il l.r. a
I '2:110 r Ooltoti ' ItlOa A a
9:00 r. a. , Demliv ) tupnaa jit SO r. t
6:16 p. a. \ fit jKiniitrant 700 A. a
ttrn r. a Xl Paao and Kaat Htfal P. a.
latSSMi j San Fraitciaoo i Kxpraaa. 1:8] p. a
H:SO A. M. \ SacraniellMi. ) lit 4:16 p. a
t;80 p. a. Santa Ana il d Anaheim. IfN A. a.
•Ma a Saola Monica 6:lb a >
j *6 00 p. a bauta Mioiica '4:16 p. a
I 16:60 p. a. Santa Monl-a I,1:J0 P. «.
| 10:00 a. a. ffilailailaa jam p. a
tM P. a. I WllniiOKtoti | 9:00 A. >.
! 10:00 a. a. I Han PMtro J 1:10 p. a
T. 11 HOODMAS,
Oi.ii(irat Paaaeiiirer ami lieki Av'ent.
A. N. TOWNS,
General Jaanavcr.
)■.. K. HKWITT,
A'slutaini flinii'ii'ii- tidttrvi. la*- Aiiron's
CALIFORNIA SOUTHERN R. ft.
DIRECT RAIL COMMUNICATION WIT!
RATIONAL CITY AND SAN DIECO.
On ami alujr Monday, Kvhmarv IS, 1183, traim
ol the vain.uiiia Sinitli. ni luUnavl k Mwt anml
, alll hiave San Bernarilin.i daily, Sunday* ex
ceptail. at I lop. M-, Oolt.m at t:4o a. IL, 'or oi
arrival id ljw*l-hoiind Southern Pai-illc train
and Ki.eraHla at t:li. a. a., arriving at Hal
Dkjsa .t lII* p. a.
Goiiii: nortn. v 111 Icav San Tlnaio at 11:40 A. V
Kh iT-iiile at 'J lit, ainv my ul Ooltnn al t:42r. a
and Hun llcrnardino at 11:16 p. a.
irhi-'h ia 10 aatjaataa l«»t.,r than San Krancliuv
tinio. v.ill Mive fr.nii ten (10) to
(Wliceat- b\ i.uri liii.iiic th.or licketa otthe ajrein
,„.t.,r., sntcriiii th,- i«r.
I 1n..-nim.. .11,,n. mail.'Willi S I' local tr. an,
from Ln, Alilttdi*. to anil Iron
the Kaat wilt have hut ahort delay at
t'olton. The aliove U National city ttaae
Kor Information for fruhtht or fare adrirca
'.. -in <' .ltr.in.t-. s.iinli. ri, II iilriia.l, Cilton, ol
J. N.VH.TOH,
siii.-riiiteMlerit, and Oen. Fr' and Paas. A.'t
N .mial illtv. Oal. aud
MANTELS and QftATfiS
J. A. BARROWS,
- : N Ujj AM.II.XX KTRKI T.
A GREAT BARGA Hi.
j OirCHcn tn BffJ, Lai Ang.Ua for fTO. Our
| third rt.»ii, ou« tL.rd in 0n.... »r »ud ta* third
| two >mn, at lv \ft Miit lutereat A great Ur
.-•<• MpVUf W It UL-T.
Ml.m ..i.a.M.fl & '
Pacific Wagon Comp'y,
Na :it»:s \»KTII Mtl\ STREET,
\V ltt.lwt>.lt) a> ti R«tstl Doalsrln Everjr Oeacription ot
Carriages, Buggies, Phaetons, Wagons, Etc.
Manufar.turedrfrom Matorial Seaponcd to Suit this Climate.
I
Call and Examine My Goods.
J. R. McMANIS, Manager,
deaaM
R. W. PRIDHAM,
BOOKBINDER
Paper Box Manufacturer,
20 and 22 NORTH SPRING STREET.
All Work Done at San Francisco Prices.
rosy Xt f
The Nt iv Colony oil lhe Caliloniia Soullicrn R. R.,
Twenty Miles South or Klvci-Atde,
Haa prove.l a (rent auiveiaa. Over alxty fareia, iv.r i.r.e thirty acres, anil over one hlimlretl
tow n lot* havr limn aold. Thouaauila ol ire. liave boon act in orrharOs anil houses bttlll snd
.Heel, aiatlel. .Mar llllANll AVI'.NI X, TEN MtI.ES t.DS'O; our licautifol lake, now at Its
til«h, .1 :.ta|te; fair ile'ialitlul eltnia-e, picturcivjae scei,er>, abmittatit annual ralnl«ll and water
I tcllltle., rich anil, low |niret- SSII tn S5O I'KK ,%4'IIE-eaar terms, one-thin! caah anal
lialaoce at s tier cent intercat, cert tlnlv make Mi a tlie best offrrlna; on the market. For circulars
ami further pattirnlara call on or attilreaath. proprietors, V. 11. lIF. 11.41. EUlnore, Cat.,
X>. JVH. ana-IP*. a«a tuar gm fyf Hooma :.6 and »7 N .dean block, Loa AtiKelea. Tali.
Janet! WS.HII.I.IKII Elalnnrs, Csl.
H. SLOTTERBECK,
Sportsmen's Headquarters, Temple Block,
Opposite United States Hotel,
SHOTCUNS.
THERE IS NO PLAGE LIKE THE
SIERRA MADRE VILLA
For Comfort, s Pleasant Home, Ootid living.. Pure Air and Sparklln* Mountain Water. Tho Farm
of tbe Villa, with its acvomniodatlon (or one hand ml guests, is world wide. Situated on the
mountain aide, IeUO Icet abovo the aen. In the mltlat ot sn .
ORANGE ORCHARD,
And ovorlookiOK the flue San Qabrlt.-1 ValU-y, with flnr jrnltes cf rooms, containing all modern w>n
VSjntaooaa with largm, i-pacious vsrainhfi, a bu.iutiful lawn ami the most genial climate und> r
the siui.
ABOVE THE SEA FOGS.
Tb« Villa is distant from Los Anff Irs thirtetn miles. Trains leave daily for San Gabriel Station
at 8:K0 a. a. and 2:80 f. M. Villa. M*k. ets a>l tr«lna I'AKK IMH * EXTH For ftuther
iuforoiatlon imiulre by mall to San Gabriel Ivatoilico, < x tt-lephont- nirtct to the Villa to
W. l». RIIOADES, MaiioiTHr WM. COGSWELL, Proprietor don 7
-W. CHILDS,
HARDWARE EMPORIUM,
NO. 21 LOS ANGELES ST.
DeAler in Kt<wc«, Riing<.a, H aril war?, Ajtcricultural Imrlfimenta, Force and Lift
PnmpH, Rnl.lier Hoae, Crockery and (ilassware, Iron ann Lead Pipe. Sole Agent
for the Superior Stoves and Range*, manufactured by Briugeot Beach Manuiactnr-
Ing Co.. St. Ix>uifi, Mo. Manufacturer of Tin, Copper ana Sheet Ironware a. d
Artesian Well Pipe. Plumliing in all its branches done to order with neatness and
diayatoh jy*j| tf
jt\*.. VI01«TOX.O.
WHOLKSAI.K AND RETAIL
DEALER IN WINES
LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
FIRST STREET, KETWKEX SPRING AND MAIN
WHO 13 WITH THE CEOCRAPHY OF THIS COUNTRY, \VI.
SEE BY EXAMININC THIS MAP, THAT THE
Chicago, Rock Island ov Pacific r»y,
Selng the Croat Central Line, affore-s to travelers, by reason of Its unrivaled gem
■jraahlOHl position, the shortest and best route between the East, Northeaat ant
Southeast, and the West, Northwest and Southwest.
It I* literally and strictly true, that Ite connections are all of the prlnolpal liner
of road between the Atlantic and tho e»aclflo.
By Its rnnna line and branches It reaches Oilc.ko, Jollet, Peoria, Ottawa
La Salle, Ceneseo, IWollno and Rock Island, In Illinois; Davenport, Muscatine
Wn'hln- ( ton. Keokuk, Knosvlllo, O«.li.»!oooa, Falrflold, Dee Moines, West Liberty
lowa City, Atlantic, Avona, Audubon, Harlan, Cuthrle Center and Council Bluffs
In lowa ; Gallatin, Trenton, Cameron and Kansas City, In Missouri, and Leaven
worth and Atchison :n Kansas, and tha hundrotls of olties, village* an-! towns
intermediate* The
"GREAT ROCK ISLAfMD ROUTE,'*
As It Is familiarly called, offers to travelers all the ndvnntne.ee and oomforte
neldont to a smooth track, cafe bridges. Union Depots it all connecting point*
Past Espress Trains, composed of COMMODIOUS, WELL VENTILATED, WEU
HEATED, FINELY UPHOLSTERED nnd ELEGANT DAY COACHES ■ a line of th
MOST MACN.FMCENT MORTON RfcXLININO CHAIR CARS ever built I PULLMAN*
latest designed and hanosor.iest PALACE SLEEPING CARS, and DINING CARI
that aro acknowledged by prase nnd po-ple to be the FINEST SUN UPON ANY
ROAD IN THE COUNTRY, and In which superior meals are served to traveler, a.
the low rate ot SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS EACH.
THREE TRAINS each way between CHICAGO and the MISSOURI RIVER.
TWO TRAINS each way betvoon CHICAGO and MINNEAPOLIS and ST. PAUL
" ALBERT LEA ROUTE.
A New nnd Direct Line, via S.-neca nnd Kankakee, hna recently been onened
between Newport New*, Richmond. Cincinnati Indianapolis and La Payette
■nd Council Bluff., St. Paul, Mlnne . ran ,mi :nt»: mediate points.
All Through P.issensere oirrled on F: at Expres. Train*.
For nioredutaned Information, *M Map* and Toi lere, which may De obtained, as
Weo us , tokets, at all pi inolpal T<cuot OrTlcus in the United blares and Canada, or 01
R. R. CA !' Lh-", £. ST. JOHN,
Vloe-Pr.-e't at Oen'l M Oen'l T'k't as P.a.-r A*»
r-!<-''r*i\ ne>
tar Sale mi Fa j Vi rag,
CHEAP FOF. CASH.
Will trada for lorrehemh** o- «i-y
11 > hirei uf the Hutiit and I* t lend In tlie Aai.ee
valley. oe-rOiurrh. S h :<>!, Ili.tnl end store.
• iverone hundred icrn in .ultlvitti',o. Ten
rrea in a variatr of t eea and rasM all in full
M««riiij< (\>.t|»or l.U'ldiin.-.) Any amount
I witter, ai otm of tin- dMM - M '-eel dltche* Ln
lata r«J« r.-.< ■ hi »u*i tin- kada Tt ii land
aaa he ♦ uu.ilrided Into ?'• ecr* lota and ae'd to
u-Wttntage -ith good nreflie. Ai.dreett f t> Box
14*7, rttatin. where I can at* you. autjiott
HORSES FOR SALE.
[)r*lt mmi cirt hirwa for utlc by Rmil Frank*
M DO'Mf Tno atoiiiale na ><c Men un
ever* Hu-hL.t by m . . who deem to pur
haee mylf
REMOVAL
POKBT dsc ORXt,
LNIrERTAKFdU} AND EIIBALaIERS,
Have removed to their new store. No. 47 North
Sprint street U
UitiAL.
IN TUB SUPERIOR OOURT
Of tbe County of Loa Angelea, State of
California.
In ths Matter of of Triuldad Torba.
Order to Bhow Cauae Why Order of Pale
of Real Estat* Hhouldbe Made.
Bs'tisrdo Vorba snd Marco Yorba, tlia Kssx-u
tors of th.. bat will snii U-atamciit of Tmndatl
t ■ .. t i. j. ba.lnK nlod thofr |~--iti.-i
lien In pra)iny for Maaaatof Ba« cfrsrtaln ol tbe
nal c«i,iU> «l naif) ilsot-siont, for the pnrp<»s€.
thi reln set forth.
It Is theref.iTt* ordcrsd by tbe of said
■Joint that sll psiaons Interested In ths estata ol
ssld dtajiMited at>|i4wr bofore tbe aaid tiuprrior
Homtay. the ft7th Isay of Ortob<>r,
IHH4.
At lv o'clock in ths forenoon of said day, at the
I'ourt-ru nt ot suit! t>up< rior Court, at tbe ctty ot
Im* Anyole,:. in the oounty of Loa AnKelt-a, to
slio.. why su order sliouhl not be groiite*l
tithe said Kxecutors to <e\l so uiiioh ol the
rasl estate o the ssld d< cessed ssvJiall
sary.
Auu that a eopv of this ordor ba published st
least fesur sucnesslvs wtsks lo ths Loa npsies
Daily IfßßAtn, a n* wspaper printed and f>ub
IMi icd in said city ami count- of \ms Anifelea
11 X R It V M. SrllTH,
Judira of 'hs Superior Court,
Dated S ipteniber MM, 18S4. septTtd
Notice to Creditors.
Kstatf of J. (4. A. Stanley, deceased.
Notice la hereby given by the undersif ned,
Kitciiiriit ef the estate of J. Q. A. Htanlev,
ducHsod, to the creditors of, and to all
jn?rsiiiia ha\inie claims aftalnst tbe deceased, to
cxliibit them viitii thtnecossaty vuiichen. wthin
toot mouths after lhe nrat putilicstien ol this no
tics t-jtliesiid ii.\et:'Utilx, ut the Law oflice ot
K. M. ttl..D(.y,noonißlaiid «, MaHnarel Block,
cit.v of Los A'ikt'lus, the aiiuie bs ng her place ol
liiisiiiuss, in the ec-u'ity of ho-t AnKClcs, Citllfor
nia. UAKY JANE STANLEY,
Kxet utHi of the Eitata 01J. A. Stanley, dt-
S,.iiL. mUr 20th 1884. aeptt7 w4w
TRANSFER COMPANIES.
Qso. 3. Sapforo. Wm. CAauft-Ett*.
Proa and Uen. Sunt. Vtoe-Pros
E v. u'&lklvkiit, Secy.
i uliloruia Truck (Joiup 9 },
(Incorporated.)
Bucoeseora to Bills ft Co.,
General Forwarders.
No 9 Market St , Temple Block.
j Opp. Court House, Loa Angelea, Cal.
Machinery, Safea, Hianoa, Furniture and
Mercnahdiae, shipped or delivered on reauonable
PIANOS REPACKED FOR SHIPMENT.
Consignments shipped to our care C. O. D. and
liilU of U.iinir left ut our otfice wUI receive
prompt attention. Telephone No. 78.
aprlStf
Phineas Banning.
mmm & commission my
WILMINGTON. Los Anfrelee Oounty, Cal.
Teeaela towwi, good* llfrbtared umbo
and grain stored, nitfa
ACCLSTOMEDPROMrTAN 1-188
J. J. MELLUS
CoiMission Merchant,
NO. 7 LOB ANOELE3 ST.
Urain and all Hliials of Country
Priidutta?.
er ATTENTION FARMERS "W
Seed Whettt for Sale
DEFIANCE, WHITE, RUSSIAN AND
ORDESSA WHEAT
BFIARULES3 AND BALD BARLEY.
Also atrent for Tarpev & Kirkpatrick B thor
oturhbred Sl'ANlfill M KKINO SHEEP.
1 <H>.O4M) HHREP FOR MAIiR.
Sole Aeent for the Champion Barber
Wire antl Chicago tlalvanizerl Besßemei
steel.
decotf
Qso. M. Taoarsoir. JNO. S. Car*
CARR & THOMPSON,
Shipping and Commission
MERCHANTS & GRAIN DEALERS.
Proprietors of Park Station Ware-
House.
Wo are prepared to insure irrain storo.l in our
warehon c under our open policica with flrat
daaa couipauita
OFFiCK:—No. 10 Commercial »treet
aprSdiwlv
DR. HAIR'S
ASTHMA CURE,
A rainedy that has l.t-n ttjst-od in tri- u>uirid>j of
thf niotrt a-toi ithtfiif and nati-factory re ults.
"To curj n long stnuuinu cast) is truly s victory
in the healing art."
CHAS. J. BAOGE, Sun Leetn.ro, Cal., write!
Sept. 11, Th cc yiar* this dnr I re
ucived » bot'.le of jour Aetlituu i ure and for I
lohg time 1 kept >».u inli.iuit.i of my rondiiioii.
which yen will reim inber wue favorable. Iht
lane, later that you wrote me, y v askfd if ynu
could publish h mv of my lett-ura in thu naprra
her* i answered you reijue, Lug a little louder
lime. Now I feel tint Icm ■,:.!< n s*., ih ,t I »,„
entirely cured. I have M**f nijcved better
he ilth iii-i'i I do nr.* . it , . . . . , ; .... t! ,
since I used |U of the Asthma turf.
a valutbl- 6*.pmiv treat!** emta.ninir a m'.ar
proof* from every State )» the I. W., Cnna. <a mid
'.r.-..t HriUm WW be milled uoo-i a>p:icttion.
Kfiuember ■ very mdaaeJt Dnm flouiell sau
Francisco has l»r. II nil tHilima t are
in stock. A-k your IJ.utoci.t fft It
Branch offlp-j, London, Kbjr,, ti n} Hiv;h Ifr Iborn
l»r. K. W. Hair cV Hon. |-r«p*«,
end Sin auxM « ll.ril.nutl, O.
No. 10 Alameda Street, near Klev'jie Works.
Contractor for all Kinds of Wood
Work.
HANK. PAR, AND STORK FIXTUSR MADK
onle on short notice. Jsnliltf
MECHANICS' MILU
THOM. NTUVLI.L
Manufacturer of
SASH, DOORS, BLINDS
And all kind, nt
MOLDINC, SCROLLWORK A TURNINC,
2S ALAMKDA MMtCT, mary ti
KM.INEKHS AMI SURVSYOR .
X 3. it. mxo—rx*
Civil Enclncer and Surveyor,
Removed to No. 32 ; Sooth Spring Stroet Ls
lands block, Room 13. st-ntf
JOHN HAT.T,,
AIUT.IIITISGT AND SANITARY BNOINKF.K
7J North Set. Street. (Rooms I antl S.)
J. H. WILDY, O. E.,
DEPUTY OOONTY SURVEYOR.
Will makr surveys of town lots, government
Isnds, ran. he*. r.n*d., street rallros 1., trrlgetlnn
SlLches sod Hops, nnd will fortdsh plans end
soeeiflcatlons (tf water works, irnohttfr sod olhoi
work.
OFFICK;- Hooni 16, Hellman l.uiHinf. oror
(Jeanne Smre. Isbtttf
WILLIAM P. REYNOLDS.
CIVIL EN. INI IR AND SURVEVO
No. 17 North Main Street,
Up Stairs, Room No. ». ril
Auso Street Mauhet,
A. A* ULRICA, Prop'r.
ttt AlUo Stroet, opprtdu the Cracker rectory
Itobler in all kind* of
Freeh and Salted Meat* and Saute?ea. Good.
> deLvured to ell perU of Lhe oily free. myall
MISCELLANEOUS.
NOTIOU
TO
Contractors, Builders and
PLUMBERS.
FROM SEPTEMBER I, 1884,
No ono will be Allowed to Use
Water,
Other then for Domestic imruoeee.
nilhoat a Written Permit
trailed trout cur offloe,
LOS ANGELES CITY WATER CO.
Large Quantity of Land
ANTELOPE VALLEY
FOR SALE
6 DOLLARS PER ACRE
TRACTS OF 160 ACRES & MORE.
Lots 1068x178 feet, between Rowland
and Washington streetß, quarter of a
mile west of Figueroaatreet, at $350 i nch.
Lot on west side of Carlisle street, first
street east of M tin, 6OIUO to 20 foot
alley. Price. $400.
Two lots southeast corner First and
Pearl streets, 120 feet 011 Pearl by ISS
on First to 15 foot alley. Price for
both, $360.
283 acres in Travis Traot, near Or
ange, at from $25 to $66 per acre.
170x165 feet on Olive street, near Tem
ple, at $1300 a lot fur 60 feet front.
2J lot 23 Loop ft Meservo tract Po
noma, twenty aores with constant stream
guaranteed of two inches of water,
miners measurement, yeilding 20.000
gallons each 24 hours. $1440.
M. L. WICKS.
121 SOUTH FORT STREET LOS
AKUELBft
set t lm
SALOONS.
\
Bank Exchange,
OPPOSITE NKW DEPOT.
The beat hrsoda of
WINES & LIQUORS
By the jrlaas or bottle. Also best brands of
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC CIGARS.
LEMP'S
Celebrated St. Louis Lager
Beer
Always on draught.
P. MC'MANUS, Proprietor.
»u»|Oif *
HUMBOLDT SALOON !
l'!!> Commercial Mrrrl.
FIKST-CLAfS
.Vines, Liquors & Cigars.
HOT FREE LUNCH EVERY DAY
From 11 to 1 o'clock,
soptietf HENRY llUnifiEß.
A NEW
Jet Black Ink,
The Best in tlie Market,
Writes Black and Flows I n . v
For m\« by
P. LAZARUS,
5 11 The Lending Hlsllssrr
RBDLANDS,
SITUATED IN
The Finest Part of the
San Bernardino
Valley.
PERFECT TITLE.
AMPI V TATER RIGHT.
RICH SOIL.
Addrres K. o. JL'DSOH, or
F. K. SHOWN,
Sl7tfw Ban Bernardino, Cal
Gas Cooking Stoves,
VARIOUS! MlalßH.
FOR SALE OR TO REXI
I IN IAM SsaWM
The.™ stove, are not only c »r..jt eonvsidencs
wod Inaorjr, hut, with ths spa* or
Oas Reduced to $3 60 per Thousand
Feet, are Economical .v ■
LOS ANOBLS* OH poi . ■ • ■.
■HSf UesoaMo..* St.
CAPITOL REFINING Cj'
STANDARD REFINED
COOKING FAT I
Hade from Beef Fat & Olive Oil.
For Mt)« by the principal ffrooera
OfF.CB-B. Alien ■
HOTEI^—RESORTS.
Boyle Heigite Hotel,
The new Hotel recently «r*cUd by Mr i
Workman ,
Is New Open, ,
Under the inanairefueiit uf Mr. Harry Bunt
formerly ol St. l«ou s, Mo
Parties desiring to secure a nice 'hdnie In a
pleasant comm ruling location, convenient to *
ittwt oars, should not fsil te call. <
For turma, address the undersigned.
p. o. Box 1167. Harry rant
lulltf Los Angelos ,
i
%
\
TOM ,§ HAW.
THE SNUG,
No. 4 S. MAIN STREET
(Neat doer to CONFIDENCE ENGINE HOU
HENRY.
ormerly No. 10 Commeroia St.
BEST LIQUORB, BEER AMD CIGAR
dSTOome and see me.
JSltf HENRY NORBOR.
FULTON WELLS,
Health and Pleasure Resort,
13 miles from city,near Nor* .Ik. Santa Ana K. R.
Now open. Hotel and cottages for health and
pleasure aeekers. Excellent Sulphur and Iron
Waters and Hot and Cold Mineral Baths.
DR. C. T. VTIL.NET,
augttti President 00.
HOTEL RHEIN,
One hlock from the Old Depot, head of Wilming
ton St., No. ISA Commercial St. Meals at all
houra. Gorman home cooking. Board and
Lodging per week, 85; Board without Lo iglng,
per week, 84; 21 Meal Tickets, g*. Rootna from
26centsto|l per nigH No rhlneee employed.
aug2z3m F. HAFFNKR « CO., Proprietors.
KfaVsTA UHANTH.
JOHNSON'S
Coffee and Ice Dream Parlor
SO. 6 HOSTS MAIS STRUT.
De, Coffee and Lunch ta the dty.
Private room, for Ladlea.
Call and be convinced. Open day and nlget.
A. JOHNSON, PROP'R.
mchl-8m
THE COMMERCIAL
BES TA.XJitA.ISrT,
V. DOL, Proprietor,
DOWNET BLOCK, - MAIN STSEIT.
Receives alive and aerve. up every day tn.
choicest FISH, including SOtOl. TI'RBOT an.i
SEA TROUT.
MR- lioi. Ii the eiclualve oonilenM e> the eel
ebrated FROMAOE UK BRIE, vrhtoh only tn
hul at thla retrtauranr.
SPRING CHICKENS, Juat in Irom th. "die*
oook.it In every style.
Tbla restaurant h Loi Angelee'a Dehnonleo.
mvltl
ILLICH'B
Restaurant aid Oyster Parlors.
41 nnd 43 N. MAIN ST.
GREAT REDUCTION IN OYSTERS.
Large Eastern Oyster., per 100, ti be
■"nail KM
Small Eastern, raw or atewed, t6 eta. per plate
Large ban .ny sty Is, - 60 centa ncr plat.
Baltimore selected Oysters, 86 cents per can
PRIVATE ROOMS
Up stain for ladles and families, where meals
will be served the beetetyle.
Jer y Illlch, Proprietor.
nov24 tf
Pearson's Dining Palace,
ROSE'S NEW 111 II LINO,
(Opposite Baker Block.)
FIRST - CLASS RESTAURANT
OVSTKRB IN EVERY STYLE.
The best the market a*orria at moderete pri.-e-
Sklllful Conks and Pastry men. All the oake
and |iles made In the establishment. Modeled ol
the most famous restaurants! n San Franciaco.
CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELF,
let
LUMBER YARDS.
J. M. GRIFFITH <fc CO..
Lumber Dealers,
Manufacturers of Doors
WINDOWS, BLINDS,
llti lea Stair Rail, Rallustsrs, Newell Peats an
kl Work ol every Hew-rfptton, and dealers >
Ll , PI ister, Hair, Me.
t'c, .1 I f North Alameda Street.
PERRY MOTT & CO.'S
LUMBER YARD!
AMD PLANING MILLS,
NO.TB OOMMEROIAL STRBS . .
mrtntl
H. HiLtra. J- Woacwe.™,
President. • Secretary
LOS ANfILLES STORAGE,
COMMISSION AND LUMBER CO.,
Old Santa Monica It. R. Depot,
SAN PEDRO STREET, LOS ANIIKLES, OIL
Wholesale and Retail dealers In
Santa Cms Lime, Kngllah nnd Eastern
Cement Plaater, Plaatering Hair,
Fire Brick, etc., eto.
Also a lull line ol
Second Qualitr Oreicon Fine
REDWOOD LUMBER
KIIINQLFB, SHAKES. 1 ATIIS, t c . Etc.
augtlll
C. GANAHL,
Suocessor to ftttm <v Sons.
DEALKK IN- -
Lumber, Laths,
SHINCLES, SASH, DOORS,
BLINDS, ETO
Offlce and Yard. Oor. First and Al
ameda Bta„ Los Angeles, OaL
ptlWt
■ ' BOCIETV HOTKM.
Knights Templar.
Ootra I>i Lien C<mMA!«T>EET mo. MJ-' *
Holiis IU elated CODCIaVV! »t tl. lv-vlU«» ME
ttsdo Hall, on the Third Tilt RSDAI of eswb
tr '...til, it 71 o'clock r. H. Sojourning K»V hl
Templar Is good landing arc »nii*Uj Invited
a.tend. By order of th« X: ' v
N. K.vicun booker. Record*? r
Los Augeles No. 33, R*
Blasted 000 vocation* on Krn»»iid MONPAi e*eh "
month, 7J P. at Kaa-nic HMt. Sojourning
com pant ana In good atamllriff «K>rdlallly invited
By order of BAMUKC PRAUKR, U. P.
M. Lro, S**retasx
Los Angeles Council No. 11, Royal
and Seiect Masters, F. & A. Bl
Holm lta auted aawinbllea on the 4th Mon
day of each mouth at Masoni;; Hull, at 7,30 P. m.
Solonnung Companions In goo*, standing are
fraternally Invited tn attend.
By order of tht Th;. ni;.
B. G. CUNNINOTTAM. Ttooorder.
Masonic Notice.
A Loa AJtosLs* Lodge No. it, F. at 4.
11. - Tlie statad meetings of thla Lod„'
are held on the first MONDAY ot oven
uuuth at 7:80 p. m. Member* of Pentalpha, No.
10' i, and all Master Masons in good stsjuding aro
cordially invited.
By order of tha W - M: ■
Los Angeles Lodge No. 35, L 0. 0. F.
HKauLAii meectiug h«ld on Wtdnesd*
evening of eaoh »oek at 7:80 a'olook.
Sojourning brethren in good (standing ure conlial
Iy invited,.
a. Mcdonald, n. g.
J, I, B/IhLET, K. 8.
American Legion of Honor.
Sapitt Council, No. BM, meets First and Third
rhurmlay evenings of eaoh month at Good Torn*
plaiV Hull
Visiting Companions always welcome.
1). R. FA INK, Commander
C O. WituuK. Secretary. ep6-3m
K. cf P.
Tri-Color Lodge ,\u, ;<o meets evory Friday
evening In alat-ouio Hall, l-piing street.
Sojourning X I*l,o.o.wted.
01.0. W. KNOX, a 0.
lUAC S. Si ith, K. ol 11. and S. njk.
K. Of P.
Ouv» Loeoi n O . js Meet tint and third
THURSDAYS In tho month at Odd Fellow.' Hall
P. O. Building. Sojourning Knlghte Invited.
J. K. SUMMERS, C. tt
B A. Tout. K. ef R. and S. Jal-lr
Loa Angeles Lodge No. 2325, K. of H.
Regular meeting, of the above Ledge are held
everj Wednesday evening at old lUeonio Hall
Spring .treet. Vieltlng brothers art, cordially Ire
vlted to attend. H. 0. AUSTIN
_ Dictator.
t 0. 0. F.
Orange Council No. 'ft, L O. 0. F., meets
•very Wednesday evening In Oood Teuulirs
Hall. Visiting mombors are cordially |.i?lted
J Ki. M. HU UNA til), C. U.
Isaac S. Surra. Secretary. |e8 ly.
Eagle Corps, N. 0. a
Rsoola*, meetings at the Armory, Oour
street, every Friday evening at * o'clock.
W. H. H. RUSH ELL,
Captain Commanding.
O. A. Ketlee. First Sanreant. Jeitt-U
Confidence Engine Company.
BmotTLAl meetings of this Com pa
on tho first evening
il eaoh month, at 7:Sooclock.
Hvor-tev N. COHRN. t**rret*n
Sealed Proposals.
Cblrtl'S OPPICI BOAEJ) op sc - xktisors I
t Los Angel.-s. Wt-ptnmbe. lv, 1884. f
St aled proposal* will be received at this offlce
until
Tnrsday. Octobrr 7th, is*4,
. At 10 o'clack a. H., for the purchase of ,12,500
, bond* of the Stn Diuus Soiool l>i-trict. Stid
b'-tid* are of the denomination of $60 ) each, and
payable as full iw,, to -it: Twt, bond* payablu
ou the Ist day of .September, UW. and three
bonis psy-ible on tbi flr*t day of *epc«mii <r
1881, and bearing 7 pr cent, per annum Intes
-Bsm
The Board reserves the right to reject any or
all bid-.
By order of thf ef Supervlsora.
septlotd A. W. POrrs, CWk.
Sealed Proposals.
Clhi's Oppick Moaed np Supianaoas, »
Los Angelos, v,i-« ~1,-r 15, Hi, t
Sealed proposals will be recetvei at this offloe
until
Tar-aday. Onaber 7ih . IHK4.
At 10 Uk i. m., far the pnrcha>e of 85000
bonds of the rowpton School HUtrlot. Said
bonds are nf the denomination of 81UO i each
and payable as follows:
Bond No 1 pay tb s on Uotober 7th. 184.
Bond Na spty-ible ono.tober 7th, UH7.
Bon 1 No. 3 piy vble on o<:tober 7--h, If*!
Bond No 4 payable no O t .ber 7b, 18J9.
B:>nd No. 5 payable oa October 7 h, 1880.
And bearing Interest at the rate of 7 per cent
per annum.
The Bo ml retwr-*!- the rig t to reject any ot
all Wd-.
By order of the Hoard of a ervlsnra.
A VP. PUTTS, rlerk.
By E H. OWEN, Depaty. seplstd
THE BEST
OF ALI*
LINIMENTS
FOB MAN AITT) B3A3T.
For more than a third of a century th*
Mealcan nmlaii« lalnsbuent haabeei.
known to millions all over the world mm
the only safe reliance forth* relief of
RiTidenta and pain. It la a medicine
above price nnd pntlse—the beet of Ite
hind* For every form of exterurlpain
" MEXICAN
Mitotan.; Liniment Is without nn errnal.
It penetrate, fleah and muscle to
th. rerr bone—tnald.ir the omitlnti.
anoo of pain end inflaniinlitlon Imperv
slhle. [tfj efTerle upon Human Fleah »M
the Brute I,'r.ailofl are equally wonder
ful. The Mexican
MUSTANG
Liniment le needed by- somebody ln
eTery house. Every day brings newa of
the aioafofan awful arald or barn
subdued, of rlieniiintie martyrs re
cto red, or a valuable horae or mm
■••rd by the healing power of this
LINIMENT
which speedily cure, such aUmsnts of
the HUMAN FLESH ai
Bk.Bmatl.nl, avrrlllnca, ■tlfT
Jolnse, Contracted Biaael.., Baru
and Bealda, Cuts, Urnieea and
•pratns, Pol eon on. Blue and
Miners, Ntlffne.e, l.nmrnm. Old
■0r.., tier, ~ I rnstbltes,Chilblains,
■ere Nipples, Caked Breast,
Indeed .r»ry form of »*t.l ■■) 4M
..... It heal, reef hont Man.
For the bBUTB CBBATloitltcnlJß
•pratn., ««I»er, BttlT 'olnta,
Fen nder, H.tne.e rfores. Hoof 111..
c..cc. r«t Hot, •orew T?*rm,lleab,
Hollow Horn, fVir.Mhes, Mliul-
Sall., aparir., Thrw-le, Illri.bun.,
Id Bores, roll Erll, Film upon
th. Mailt and »»»rr other ailment
to whlrh tne ..ecu 1.c..1. ef tho
■table and Moefc Tard are liable.
The M.llean BaiUn, Liniment
always onto, and Dover UlSiinpoluU;
and It la, poeltlvuly,
THE BEST
OF ALL
LINIMENTS
FOB MAN UR BEAST.
CRYING FOR AID.
Loss of Appetite, Headache, Depres
sion. Indigestion nnd Constipation, Bll
louaness, a Hallow Face. litill Eyes, and
a Blotched Hkln.are among the ayniptoma
which Indicate that the Liver ti crying for
Ayer's Pills
will Htlßialate the Liver to proper aotlon,
and oorreet .11 these troubles. One or more
of tn«e» Pills shoojil be taken dally, unsll
health la fully sstabllshed. Tbotuaruls tea~
tlfy to thitlr gnat msrlt.
No family oao afford to be without airs'*
Fills.
turtrtii bt
Lowell, Ma»«.
S.M L, aj Isrugjjlst,. .

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