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ttonietnlnar About the Blades of
All A area aad Nutiona.
[New Orleuns Picayune.]
For thOUfatnfl* of years, and until
the invention of gunpowder, the
•word wm the chief weapon used in
battle. A collection of the swonln of
nil ages and of till nations would bt of
extreme interest, it would embrace
Hie stone swords of the American ab
origines, pointed and double-edged,
twenty-two inches long in the Made,
which was, with marvellous skill,
Wrought from a Hint-stone, and of
which one of the most magnlflrsl t
specimens extant is in tho fine private
museum of Dr. Joseph Jones, of this
city. There would he also the bronze
swords of the early (ireeks and of
tlie Teutonic races; the short,
stout sword of the Horn.ins, with
its double-edged blade, nineteen inches
lone; of steel tempered by Celtlberian
smiths, curried to Italy from the Span
ish penittaula; prominent would be
the long two-handed swords of Knglawd
in the time of Richard the Lion
Hearted, with blades nearly five feet
long, the weapon being to the back
and being drawn over the left shoulder.
The sword of Richard naturally nig*
gMted the scimitar of Saladin with its
Damascus Made curved like the cres
cent it so ably fought for. Such a col
lection would not be complete without
the sword of the South Sea inlander,
made of woo l, its edges set with shark's
teeth orsplinters of obsidian in serrated
rows, terribly formidable when used
on the naked body of a foe.
The ■Weed represents so much iv
War, history ami romance thai it brings
up an endless array of interesting and
imposing events. All the early people
used a shield to repel attacks with the
sword, but after the Middle Ages the
art of fencing, probably derived from
India, was developed to such a de
gree that the shield could be dispensed
with, anil the sword became both
sword and shield. All the readers of
the incomparable romances of Alex
antler Dumas will remember the phe
nomenal fencing of the celebrated
The Orientals tire the only people
who specially sharpen their swords.
Their curved blades, made as keen as
razors, are terribly formidable to men
not protected by steel armor. In the
celebrated trial of skill liet ween the
English king and the Saracen sultan,
as related by the immortal Walter
Scott, the English champion, by main
force, cleft hel.nets and chopped
through at one blow an iron mace,
while the Saracen, with his keen blade,
cut through shreds of silk gauze as
they floated lite air. In regard to the
ftae of sharp blades for weapon*, it is
poaaibka that the partiality of the
American negro for a razor is due to
the presence of the Oriental passion
for keen-hladed swords. It. has also
heen suggested in this connection that
the razor, except where special stat
utes on the subject exist, not liehig
considered a weapon, could la' carried
without suspicion or hindrance, hence
its use by the negro. A correspondent
from India, writing tti the English Mi
rfWnac on the wonderful sword prac
tii c, says:
"The iptiet dweller in Kurope will
scarcely believe the prodigies per
formed in sword cutting by these
coarse, ill-looking bits of carved
metal, costing freijuontly no more
than Is tie to SB, I had shot numer
ous wild beasts, when 1 was told by
an expert that my hunting education
was very deficient as I could not
handle a scimitar to stop my game.
I was told to exercise continmrlly on a
pillar of soft clay, ami thus acquire
the drawing cut at the proper pari of
the blade; then on a pillar lOOtaly
■tailed with cotton ; then on a newly
killed wild cat or jackal, kneaded
previous to the practice by the feet of
a heavy man till the carcass became a
soft mass, then on a great pond carp,
a Bah clad with heavy, homy scales,
like elastic mail —considered an Al
feat to test man and sword. My first
trial at this experience resulted in a
triple fracture of the good blade, sun
dry scales flying in the air, uncut,
only dislodged; then the artistic
find" tie finff at paper cones placed
on a table, and muslin thrown up to a
height—all manner of strange and
difficult tasks, which, being only orna
mental, I eventually forsook for the
useful and more easy decapitation of
fierce quadrupeds, beginning with a
wounded wild hog of full growth, and
on essaying the sloping stroke behind
the ear, sweeping oil' the head neatly,
that Important part dropping behind
the forefeet. Not long before I had
seen a bold young tlhoorka dismount
from his elephant, leaving it standing
to await his return, tint! follow OB foot
alone an immense boar he had
wounded with his rifle. On nearin I
tlie powerful brute it champed its
foaming tusks to charge. He drew
htf kooir* (or Nepauless sword), and
as it sprang at him the blade was
buried across piggy's back, all but
severing him in two parts."
The sword, in modern warfare, is
getting to be a mere badge of office,
and a proposition is said, some time
MP, to have heeti made to strip the
infantry officer in the French army
of his sword and give him something
to shoot with. The manufacture of
swords all over the world is repre
sented to have declined visibly, ana it
is stated that there is not in the United
States to-day a single establishment
w here sword blades are made, unless
it may be that sabers for the c rivalry
are manufactured in the United States
armory at Springfield, Mass.
1( the fOJI Is no; properly digested It be
comes corrupt and poisons the ayatem it is
Intended to nourish. Thla is indigestion.
"My wife has Buffered for many years
with indigestion. After trying everything
else recommsnded, she tried Slmmona
Livorßegulator. Iv three days aftertaking
it ar cooling to directions she was iv per
fect health: she does not suffer at all and
can eit anything she wauts without auy of
her previous symptomß."
W. B. SrjBRBS, Bilubrldge, Ga.
To and from Loa Angeles from Banta Monica
on Thursday evenings.
Horace, t'ati lo end < nltkene.
For oolic and grubs, for lung fever, cough |
or hide bound, I give Simmons Liver Regu
lator In a mash twice a day. You oan rec
ommend It to everyone having stock as the
beat medicine known for tho above com
plaint". In uaing it with my chickens, for
cholera and gaps, I mix it with the dough
and feed it to them once a day. By thla
treatment I have lost none whore the Reg
ulator was given promptly and regularly
K. T. Tavlok, Ab'. for Orangera of Qa.
The only «.V» Lota
In the market are at Broadaoros, aelllug
rapidly on payments of »10 per month. No
A Grand Free Concert
And aalc of lots la New Vernon at, Armory
Hull August 3d.
All respectable dealers keep Oamjaua Bit-
Michel Levy A Co., wholesale liquor
The ohoioe oheap acre P ro ß e l tsr '£ tD t
erovldenolaHanoh.whioh w ill be offered
1 the odd blocka at extremely low prloee
the once of the oomnaar. No 12 South
spring street, on and after Monday morn
ug, June orb.
i nf.* or THun,.
Pacific Coast Steamsliip Co.
GOOD ALL, PKKINB A CO., General Agent*
NORTHERN KOI I I s
Embrace lines for Portland, Or.; Victoria, H.
('., and Puget Sound, Alaska and all const
SOI'THKHN ROI TKS.
Time Table tor Aus;u«t, 18S1.
(ohinu soutiTTi noma nohtil
i t-£ ~? I
■71 SF3 #1 r73
STF.AMKIIS. 5 5 l?" I M If
I IS J* i!_i |_
| 3 s S_' £jj_s_
Los Aiikclc iJnlvilO Aug. 1 Aug. t|Aug. 5
ljuccn of Pac|Aug. 1 ~ 11l « 5 « 7
Eureka 3 5 " II " "
Santa Kosa " 2 " 7 ".5 "\\
l*m Angeles " 7 " »i l"! Jj»
Queen of Pac " » "11 if "It
Eureka . " U " 13 ' "}£
Santa Kosa | " 13| " !•> ' IT 11
l.os Angeles " L> " IT IB H
Uusea of i-ac " 171 " in " II N
Eureka...... " 1»| " 21 " g " 9
Sniita Kosa ; " 21 " 'Jo _o -/
Loa Annies. " 23 " 20 - > -•'
Queen of Pac " §51 >in W ■»
Eureka " g " If " 30 Sept 2
Santa Kosa " 2(>l " 111 Sept. 2 4
bos Anteles. " 81 Sept 9 ' . •>
guecn of Pac Sept. 2l 4 ?
The steamers Santa Kosa anil Queen of Pa
olio leave s.m Pedro for san Diego on the
dates of their arrival from San Francisco,
and on their tiips between San Pedro and
Sun Francisco call at Santa Barbara and Pott
Harford (san Lnla Obispo) only. The Eure
ka and Loa Angeles cull at all way ports.
Cars to connect with steamers leave s. r,
K. K. depot. l,os Angeles, us follows: With
Santa Kosa and Queen of Pacific at fl:40
o'clock A. M. With l.os Angeles and Eureka,
going north, ut 4:soo'clock p. M.
Jfjajf-For passage or freight as above' or for
tickeu to and from
All liiiportniit Points i» Europe.
11. .II<:L,i:I,I.AN, Alil.Vl'.
Ottos, No. s Commercial st.. Lee Aagalea.
Southern Pacific Company.
' [PACIFIC SYSTEM.)
Kiimw .Iti.Y 1, 1887,
Trains leave and are due to arrive at
Los Angei.ks DaILY as Follows:
■eat, UKSTISATION. j FROM.
8:00 a. a.| Banning. I 0:45 p. M.
4:20 P. M.l Banning.. j 10:00 a. m.
8:00 a. m.| t'olton 6:45 r, a.
0:10 A. M. t'olton.. 4:15 p. M.
4:20 r. M. . Cotton.. 10:00 a.m.
5:25 v. M. Cotton.. 8:15 A. M.
g:00 A. M. Dotal Ug and East t>:4s P. M.
H-.00 A. K.I El Paso and East 0:45 P. M.
4:110 P. M. Fernando 9:00>. M.
a i,i ,ki U.ong Bench .I'ct.l ! ~2 r „ „
9:40 A. M. | JJf| Sa „ ~,.d r(, j : 4.20 p. M.
450 p M "I-""!.'J'cach •JVt.l | 8 4f) A M .
'*" i audSau Pedro I 1
7:110 p. M. Ogdeii and East j 7:20 a. m.
o,- . It'arpintciia (Sta. I \
0:1j a. M. : j Uurbarii). I.' 4:00 p. M.
1:110 p. M. San Fran and Sa, 'to 11 :40 a. m.
7:110 p. M. San Fran and Sae'to 7:20 a. n.
0:20 v. M. Santa Ana & Anali'm .'1:45 p. M.
4:40 p. M.i Santa Ana A Auah'in 8:35 a. m.
9:HO a. a*.l Santa Monica MfM p. »•
*10 a. m i Santa Monica |*7::t0 p. M.
1:00 p. M. Santa Monica j 4:20 p. M.
5:00 p. IU Santa Monica 8:20 a.m.
8:00 a. m. .San Bernardino. «:45 i: M.
0:10 a. M. San Bernardino. 4:15 p. M.
4:20 p. M. San Bernardino. |10:00 a.m.
' Suudays only.
Connection for lea Bernardino is made at
cotton with the Motor ltoa.l.
T. H. GOODMAN.
General Passenger and Ticket Agent.
E. E. HEWITT.
Superintendent, Los Angeles.
A. N. T( IW.NE, General Manager.
CaliiorDia CeiraT Railroad,
"SANTA FE ROUTE,"
Ou and after MONDAY, JUNE 27th, 1857,
TRAINS LEAVE AND ARRIVE AT FIRST
STREET STATION A 8 FOLLOWS:
Leave Los Angeles Arrlyt
A~7720 i.M | . Kansaa City Ex.. it [ 8:40 r. tr
Al 7:f>5A..M I Ban Bernardino A'lO:O5A ■
Bi s.'.Oa m. Lsmanda Park. B 7:.tf. a l-
A 9 05am San Diego A 7:00 a f
Bi lon v. M ■ Lsmanda Para.. ■ UfftA. *
A 4:16PM 1 Sau Bernardino. [A 6:16 r. 14
Bi s:'«p.M i Lamanda Park.. IB 4:16 p, >'
A Sinn San Dleio A l:S0r. M
OllMr.at .Lamanda Park.. C 7 30r. at
sl 6-15 p.M.I do 'a 9:Coa.m
A, daily; B, daily, except Sunday; C, Tuee
day.Thursdav and Saturday; 8, Sunday only.
Depots, foot of First st. and Downey avc.
N. B. No bttgg handled at Downey
avenue Btatlon. , ,
Kansaa City and San Diego trains do not
stop for pnsvengers at Downey avenue.
City Ticket Office,239 N-rth M-'ln-treet.
H. B. WILKINB,
General Passenger Agent
8. P. JEWETT, General Manager. Junel
FOR CATAUNA ISLAND.
WILLMINOTON TRANBPOHKATiON CO 'S
T. W. si MM lE, Matter.
Will sail for tbls Island aalfollowa, lcav ,
Ingtho Southern Pacific Company 'a vt barf
at San Podru. at 1 o'clock p. m., roturnleg.
neat day to connect with ;i r. at. train for
Los Angeles: ._, „ .
THUKBDAV JUI *, 7, 18-,
TUIJUSDAY JULY 14. 18V
FKIOAY JUM »*. I*B'
TUESDAY JCLYiffl. 1887
WEDNEBD*i AUCUSVB, 1887
THURSDAY AUGUST 11,1887
FKIDAY.... ADUUSi' 19,1857
TUESDAY AUOUBT 28. 1887
WEDNESDAY AUGUST 81,1887
Fare for Kound Trip, at.
Tickets Good for any trip of the Season
WM. BANNING, Manager,
0 Ban Pedro, Cal.
Ilaliona Harbor and Improve
in cut Company.
LOS INGKJCB, —NOTICE
Is hereby given that at a meeting of the
Directors held on the 30th day of July,
tin- „„ assessment of ten dollars per share
was lev cd upon .he capital stock of the
corporation, payable to S. P Kees
„( said Company, at ins office in the Max
weM Block, Uis Angeles dtv, ou or before
the 25th day of August, 1887.
Xnv stock upon which this assessment
slialfreiiiiiln unpaid on the 27th day of Au
gust. ISS7, will be delinquent anil adver
tised forsaicat public anohoni and. unless
payment is made before, will be sold on ho
bill day of September ISH7, la Wife
deunqueal aaaeaament,tofetror wna costs
of advertising and m^UM^tt^^^
Room B, second Boor, Maxwell Block,."l'ty
of Loa Angelea. ii—- ""
A RARE CH ANCE
All tbe furniture of the well known Roma
Hotel, at 108 and 110 North Los Angeles
atreet; also a two years' lease ou the house.
The hotel is doing a first-class business, tho
lonly reason for.solliug Is on account of the
of '/the proprietor, who deal res
to retire fCTa business. For further Informa
tion call on premises. (I. ROUTTINO.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 3, 1887.
W. P.M c INTOSH,
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
1213 Z*T. »lDi*ixiaV Los Angeles.
10,000 acre stock range, controlling the »3,500 for house and elegant lot on the
water and grazing on 500,000 acres, for the hill. Terms easy. Only I*looo cash, #1000
small sum of #20,000. in three months, balance in two years.
4000 acre stock range will, good sized fig*
wit 2 — h " "■»•«""' - J >•*
1000 hi ad of graded slock, all for if < :>,OOO git,s(H) each for two lots on south side of
easytcims. Twelfth street, 00x150,feet each, to 20-foot
t 700 acres of grain and stock rnuclio, 400 '
acres of which Is Hist class farming land »1 7MI for one of the best residence lota
Plenty of oak timbef and living springs of on the west side of Beaudry avenue, south
water, house, 2 large barns, and other build- of Temple.
l'';<V 1 7ogs ,S 'l.Jo'! l!'ickc,,';' »4,(KK) cash for 100x150 feet, corner of
' »""»•'"> "venue and . ourt sticct.
~, „ , , . , 0 ., , • 1,800 for elegant high lot, adjoining a
380 acres (I . S. patent), about ISO of o. st ,, ry residence, on Court Street; terms
which is cultivated—giHid house, bain, ( . llKy
granary; 25 head of cattle. ISO hogs, 1(10 ■ ....
chickens and turkeys. Prices6,soo, »1.200 for 10l on A ngcleno Heights.
80 acres near Celltos Station; SO acres in *I,SOO for lot on .Montreal street, near
alfalfa, (food house, water-right with the Bellevneavenue; only, few minutes'walk
place. Only SI 12) i per acre. from Postoffice.
ITjeu-'Scc the map of the Altadenil lots »1,500 for corner lot on Montreal street,
near "Paaadena, about one acre in each lot, a little south of Bellevne avenue
streets 100 feet wide. *1.800e,,ch for :> lots on Victor st.eet,
30 1-4' feet on L'pjier Main street ut ifHOO adjoining ciaid residences, and only 7
per front foot. minutes' _ritlo on cable cars from Spring
50 feet front on Spring street, MOO per
foot. «M.2ooen. h for tare lots on the liill.be
twecn Meaudry avenue and Beaudry street. ,
59 feet>ti Sew High street, #200 per tool. v ,. r} e „ sy tents,
A acres on Boyle Heights (improved) with iM.OOO for house of 8 rooms on Eleventh
house; water all through the place; #7500, rtreet, near Peer!.
Easy terms. ....
MaOtW for bona* and line lot on south
MM for a beautiful lot in the Alcantara s j,i, ~f Eleventh street, near Pearl.
(irov< -'- *iIO,OOO for tM-foot frontage on Hill
SOOOO for house ou Fort street. street, belweeu Twelfth ami Hoe street.
jraT&zr 00 s B,icet -
Temple. •taTM each for two lots on Karl street,
near Seventh street, the cheapest lots near
W33,000 for 120 fed front on weal sldeof t he new Southern Pacific depot.
d "n"..« ' no',., st'i'cet " ™* M,*6o for house and lot on south side of
deuces on the stmt. Pine street, near Urand avenue. The lot is
■ 12,500 for that elegant business corner worth $2000 and the house rents for $17 a
of Temple and Beaudry avenue, having a month.
frontage of 154 feet on Temple street on Two lots on Waters street, just south of the
three sides. This is the host chance in the
elegant residence of Mr. tllasscll, only a half
city for 11 two-story building. Willi drug store |,|,,ck south of Temple street, and the pret-
IM grocery afore below and lodging house tiest Iniilding site between the cable ruads.
above. only sjctiKM) for the two. r
*2,000 each for six lots on the south side •*?*»» Cuh <"'™ r '"* >' '■ >'" i ''<"«°»
of Bellevne avenue, Including two comers, "reet.
near tlie proposed situ of the BOW Santa W1750 for lot on west side of Beaudry
Monica depot. avenue.
•Tjaj-I have houses aad lots for sale ou all the principal streets of the city, and B, 10 and
"TO-acre tracts In and adjoining the city, but only make special mention of the places
offering the greatest inducement to speculators and the general public to invest in.
To LOAN on good security. . ... , ,
3Sa»~Mv real estate office being tlie only one in the city where*complied block maps of the
Stay BIS to be found, parties seeking-investments will do well to examine my list
W. P. McINTOSH.
THE EXCELSIOR TT
LAWN MOWER, fS
LAWN MOWER ... jS^J
ON THK MARKET. ae^BH^S9S9lOraH
HAHPER & REYNOLDS CO.,
48 &SO N. MAIN ST. "^^^^WW^
Magnificent Kercheval Tract.
NOW BEING SUBDIVIDED.
Best Soil, Finest Groves and Trees
EVER OFFERED EOR SALE IN THE CITY OF LOBJAXGELEB.
The Orange Orchard Netted Last Year $500.00 Per Acre
on the Trees, and will do Better This.
£**Tfcs« tract is upon Lemon Street, just below Ninth and Santa Fe
Avenue, 80 feet wide, with Street Car Kailroad, now being constructed, tra
versing the property from north to south, giving ready access to both the
Santa Fe and new Southern Pacific Depots, but a few blocks above, and all
other parts of the City.
is no White Scale here, and the trees being far too valuable
to lie neglected, the present owners will guarantee to the purchasers of all lots
to irrigate and take the same excellent care of them as at present until Janu
ary 1,1888, Free of Charge
gsfsTTFree Conveyance to and from the property every day.
TKRMK—One-third cash; balance in one and two equal ..installments, at
0 and 12 months, with interest at 8 iwr cent, per annum. A deduction of 5 per
cent, on deferred payments for cash.
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY, ,
Price $300 to $600, $700 and $800 Per Lot.
Before the great Autumn rush of home-seekers from the East commences
Maps of Subdivision, With Prices, etc., at office of
GAREY, BARTLEY & SMITH,
115 West First Street,
CPON APPLICATION, OK AND AFTER JUtK 16. JyH-lm
The Future Harbor of Southern California
-"THIS IS THE OCEAN TERMINUS OF THE CALIFORNIA CENTRAL RAILROAD, OF TUB
Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe system, who are under contract to lay five mi lee of Bide track. The)
shortest railroad line between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.
PORT BALLONA is situated on Santa Monica Bay, only thirty minutes' ride by rail from the City o! Lea
Angeles, with trains to begin running every 3 hours in tbe day early in July. Property can be purchased now
at a much lower figure than when railroad and steamships are brought together. PORT BALLONA haa two main
avenues, one 100 feet and one 80 feet wide, with all other streets 60 feet. Residence lota are 40x160, and business
lots 25x100 and 25x160 feet. The residence property is at an elevation of from 50 to 75 feet above tidewater
thus affording a most magnificent view, extending from Point Duma to the San Jacinto Mountains, and from the
San Bernardino Mountains to Santa Catalina Island, in the blue Pacific, and with a Beach unsurpassed on the)
Tlio Beautiful IjaJs.o of Ballona
Is one of tbe greatest features of the place, affording at all times a perfectly safe and pleasant place lor Baling and
Boating of all kinds, and teeming with Fish and Water Fowl. There is also a never-failing Spring of Pure Sulphur
Water, and both sulphur and salt water bath-hoimes are already in course of construction.
4aaf" Water will be delivered in iron pipes in front of each lot under good pressure.
£»%*" Lots are now on sale, ar.d maps and all other information can he obtained from
Ballona Harbor and Improvement Company*
Room 6, Office M. L. WICKS, Cor. Court and Main Streets.
THE TOWN OF BROAD ACRES
ON VERMONT AVENUE.
8 1-2 Miles from Los Angeles. 8 1-2 Miles from San Pedro.
8 1-2 Miles from Ballona Harbor.
MORE $50 LOTS IN McCOY'S ADDITION
j*ja»T"The immense demand for lots in Broad Acres has caused us to lay out an addition thereto, which will be
placed on tlie market at once. All lots in the original townsite were sold in four weeks. Now is the time to buy
cheap lots, which will double in value in tiO days. Original lots are being sold at a premium of 50 and 100 per cent.
Ixits 50x150, 50xlti0, at $50 each. Corner lots $75. 'ten dollars per month. No interest.
No. 23 North Spring Los Angeles.
in y .(Kim
Vernon Park! Vernon Park!
This Beauiiful Property, lying ONE MILE SOUTH OF LOS ANGELES,
will be pieced on the market
THURSDAY, JULY 14TH
It has been subdivided into One-Quarter Acre Lots, which will be sold
on VERY EASY TERMS.
These lots are covered with old, bearing Fruit Trees and Vines, the whole
tract being surrounded with Eucalyptus Trees, nearly 100 feet high.
THE LOCATION IS SUPERB.
Close to the Vernon School House. The new Street Car line will pass
these lots. The Railroad to Ballona Harbor is within one-quarter of a mile,
where a depot will be located. The Railroad to Santa Ana and San Pedro is
within one-half mile, giving from eight to ten trains a day to Los Angeles.
Only thirty feet to Cold, Clear Water. The City Zanja runs through the
tract, which supplies water for irrigation.
The fruit on this tract is as fine as any in the County. Its close proximity
to the City makes it the most desirable place for Suburban Homes yet placed
on the market.
Price of lots, $400 and $500. Terms of payment, $30 cash, balance in
monthly payments if desired. WITHOUT INTEREST.
Carriages leave every day at 9 a. m. and 2 p. m., from
23 N. Spring Street and 30 1-2 W. First Street.
J ' R DAVIS & SON '
•Win order to provide room for our largely increased Carriage and Buggy trade, we have decided to go out of
the Spring Wagon trade, and now offer what we have on hand at
VERY REDUCED PRICES.
«tJ-l'arties needing anything in that line will do well by calling soon, as they will be CLOSED OUT AT VERY
J. F. DAVIS & SON.
101 and 103 North Los Angeles Street.
Notice for Publication.
LANDOFFIOE AT~LO3 ANGELES, JULY
2d, 1887.—Notice Is hereby -giveuthat
ttie following-named aettler has died notice
o( his intention to commute and make final
proof In support ot his claim, ana that said
Drool will be made before tlie Register aid
Receiver at Los Angeles, on September
t 17th 1887, vis: Carlo Oddeutno, homestead
entry, No. 1698, for tho NEU of Sec 26, T. 8
N nfR.UW.,B. B. H. He names the 10l
lowing witnesses to prove his continuous
residence upon, and outtivatlou of, said
land, vis: Carlo Sappo, of Los Angeles,
California; Michel Amatl, of Loa Anteles,
California. R. F. Lea, of Loa Angelea,Cali
fornia; Profarlo Valenolo, ofLo. Anjtlei
„ California, J, D. BBTHOJfK
1 );3-lm ataartatar.
Newcastle Fruit Land,
PARTIES DESIRING TO PURCHASE
trult land In Plaoer county, In the
neighborhood oi Newcastle, will do well to
correspond with the undesigned, M he h«
fn P rle.lro» ' P «'^ B ««TJON»l,
r B. itharn Calitornta Laed"«
orth Mala at., Loa Angelea, Cal. awi Hf
THt : MILTON : ROUTE
la 70»Hlllea tfae attar-seat.
Twentj-lonr hour*' travel the leas, an* t0»
laaa In far* than any other.
WARNER BROTHERS, TiCiet Atflts.
nut N. Mala ■«., Lm Angela*.
THOS. T. WAUrOM.Ota. Aft. 1* V«M
goaaery lit, Ban French 00. leX.sf
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