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Situated in toe Center oi the Famous Wolfskill Ranch,
On the line of the new Foothill Railroad from Lou Angeles to Santa Monica.
The acre property has been divided into 1, 2%, 5 and 10-ncre lots, and is being
sold at very low prices and on easy terms. We invite the buyers to go and
see this TOWN OF BUNSET and tho acreage property adjoining and see the
advantages; magnilicent view, perfect climate, rich soil.
$60,000 Hotel to be Completed by January, 1,1888.
Pure mountain water piped to every block; only ten minutes ride to the
ocean, twenty minutes ride to Los Angeles; above tlie fogs; no frosts.
$100,000 worth of lots sold in Sunset the lirst week of sale. Every one who
goes to see Sunset and acreage projierty adjoining, are loud in its praise. We
are prepared to prove every statement made by us in regard to Sunset. The
Railroad will be completed by January Ist, 1888. Now is the time to buy, as
the prices will be surely raised.
Carriages leave our oftice Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday
morning, at 8 o'clock. Take a free ride to Sunset.
LOS ANGELES & SANTA MONICA LAND AND WATER CO.
E. K. Sec'v
sell-lm ' J
LOTS ONLY $200 TO $300.
The Mr Hotel now being built will double the price of these lots as soon as completed.
WALTEKIA Is four miles northwest from Wilmington in the I'nlos Verdes und one of the
most beautiful town sites in ('alifornia, the oeeau uud land view is perfectly (rrand. Free
Convkvance Evkry Thuksday and SATURDAY from Wilmington ou arrival of Los
Angeles morning's train. A few choice 5 and 10 acre lots iv Meadow I'ark tract at ifHOO
per acre. Kasy payments on all this property. A. It. WALTDRS,
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SIR ROGER FALLS.
He !■ now it llarteiider in New
Vork-llaudy i\t tlocktnlls.
The real, original and Simon-pure
claimant, Sir Roger Tichborne, Bart.,
will this morning commence the mix
ing of all kinds of fancy drinks in an
obscure hotel on Chatham square,
says the New York <S'(ar.
Sir Roger has just returned from
England, and, being a gentleman of
versatile powers and many accom
plishments befitting the lofty'station
to which he lavß claim, finding no
other avenue oyen at present, will de
vote himself to the great profession of
mixing drinks and drawing beer for
the thirsty thousands who daily and
nightly throng the Jardin Mabille of
When a reporter called at the saloon
where in future the great Sir Roger
Doughty Tichborne will mix the
frosted cocktail, the hornet punch and
the golden fizz, he was made aware
by a James (x. Blame sort of magnet
ism that he was in the presence of a
Sir Roger at the present time weighs
3GO pounds, and moves about with a
benign smile and a seven by nine
tread. Said he,-in a deep bass voice
last night: "Any person who doubts
that I am Sir Roger, and who wishes
to have those doubts removed, let
them come to me. I havo here suffi
cient documents to prove my identity
in every particular.
He drew forth a mass of printed
matter detailing the history of his life
and trials in England, a full account
of his shipwreck on the Bella, and his
experience in Australia, and much
other data, which would all go to
prove that his claim to the great es
tate of Tichborne was founded on
truth and justice.
The story in a nutshell is as follows:
Sir Roger Tichborne left England and
was never heard from afterward.
Years after, in 1872, the present
claimant created a stir in England by
suddenly appearing ami laying claim
to tho great estates as a son of Sir
Roger, who, he said, had been wreck
ed oil" the coast of Australia. His
history was plausible, anil several
English barristers took his case anil
pressed it to an issue.
Sir Roger's widow declared that tho
claimant was her son. and stuck tM
him throughout the trial. He did not
prove his identity satisfactorily, and
lie was arrested lor perjury, and the
case became celebrated. The nobility
claimed that he was the colossal im
postor of the age, and the common
people believed him to be the genuine
Without money and unable to press
his claim further, a year ago he came
to this country and took up his quar
ters with his wife Lillian, on Fourth
avenue, in the rear of the Star theater.
He hoped to make a success in lectur
ing on his trial and reciting his his
tory, but did not succeed in enlisting
the sympathy of the public.
"But," said the reporter, "it was
proven at your trial in England that
you were Arthur Orton, son of a Lon
don butcher who emigrated to Austra
"It was not so, however," said he,
"and hundreds of well-to-do people in
England to-day believe me to be the
man I am, Sir Roger. The jury that
tried me were all bought up by the
government before they entered the
box, and Detective Meiklejohn, of
Scotland yard, will testify to his being
engaged and sent to the men who
•served on the jury to see if they were
properly biased against me. Sixty
men were approached and all prop
erly fixed in case they were called on
"Can you mix drinks, Sir Roger?"
"Well, I guess I can; perhaps not
all the American s'yles, but 1 have
some specialties which you Americans
know nothing about.
"Take my South American cocktail,
for instance, when in mixing I toss a
yard in the air and catch every drop
as it falls. It is the nectar of the
"But do you know how to mix
drinks for Bowery customers with tin
lined throats arid copi>er-bottonied
"Well, I'll take my chances. I've
taken a great many chances during
my life, and will take more. I'll give
you the name of a few drinks I can
mix for a neighborhood like this:
Blue blazes, scarcely seen, hoist away,
bang-up-sour, morning shade, Chat
ham street rouser, mixed whale, anil
"If I succeed here I will open a
first-class place on Fifth avenue and
cater to people of my own tastes, make
money enough to reopen my claim to
my estates, secure them, and at last
take the station belonging to me and
so long denied me by cruel fate uud
it t mom; not mm.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
of los Angeles.
Capital Stock *200,000.
F. F. SPENCE President
J. F, CRANK Vice-President
J- M, ELLIOTT Cashier
Directors—J. D. Bicknell. J. F. Crank, H.
Mahurv, E. F. Spence, William Lacy, S. 11.
Mott, J. M. Elliott.
Stockholders—Estate of A. It. Wilcox, O.
S. Withcrbv, S. li. Mott. J. F, Crank, A. L.
Lankershim, K. Uollonbeck, E, F. Spcuco,
11. Mahurv, F. Q. Story, L. 11, Carlton, Jas,
McCov, J.D. Bicknell, Willlau Lacy, J, M.
Elliott. ™ rl3 _
Los Angeles Savings bank,
130 NORTH MAIN STREET.
L. C. GOODWIN President
W. M. CASWELL Secretary
I. W Hellman, John E. Plater,
Robert 8. Baker, John A. Paxton,
L. C. GOODWIN.
Term deposits win he received In sums of
$100 and over. Ordinary deposits iv sums
of $10 and over.
Money to loan ou first-class real es
Los Angeles, July 1, 1884, jyltf
FARMERS' and MERCHANTS' BANK
OF LOS ANUELES
Established in 1868
Paid up Capital $ 500,000.
Surplus and Reserve Fund . 500,000.
Isaias W. Hellman President
L. C. Goodwin Vice-President
John Milner Cashier
ROARD OK DIRECTORS.
Isaias W. Hellman, I John S. Griffin,
O. W. Childs, I C. E. Thorn,
Phil. Gamier, J. B. Lankershim,
C. Ducommun, I Jose Mascarcl.
«s*J""Exehange f or stt | c ou New York,
Loudon, FJankfort, Dublin, Paris, and Ber
lin. Receive deposits nnd issue their certltl
cateß. Buy and sell Government, State,
county and city bonds.
LOS ANGELES COUNTY BANK,
Temple Block, Los Angeles, CaL
Capital Stock Paid Ip, *100,000.
Reserve Fund, *200,000.
JOHN E. PLATER . - President.
R. 8. BAKER Vice-President.
GEO. H, STEWART Cashior.
11. L. Macneil, Jotham Bixby,
John E. Plater, Robert s. Baker,
John A. Paxton, Geo. W. Prescott,
R. M. Widnex.
-s*jy~BuY and Sell, EXCHANOK on Sau
Francisco, New York, Loudon, Paris, Berlin
Exchanges on all parts of the
United States and Europe.
fsJT-KECEiYK Money on open accoun
certificate of deposit, and do a genera
banking and exchange business.
Los Angeles National Bank,
Cor. First and Spring; Sts.
GEO. H. BONEBRAKE President.
JOHN BRYSON, Sn Vice-President.
F. C. HOWES Cashier.
Dr. W. G. Cochran, ft, H. Markham,
Perry M. Green. John Bryson, Sr.,
Dr. H. Sinsabavoh, F.C.Howes,
Georoe H. Bonebrake.
#iaj*-Exchange for sale on all the princi
paTcities of the United States aud Kurope.
Southern California National Bank,
JOHN L. REDICK President
L. N. BREED Vice-President
WM F. BOSBYSHELL Caßhier
Paid in Capital • 100 000
Authorized Capital #500,000
Directors—L. N. Breed, H. T. Newell, HA.
Barclay, Charles E. Day, Alexander Penney,
D. M. Graham, E. C. Bosbyshell, M. Hagan,
Frank Rader, William F. Bosbyshell. John
L. Redlck. f--'t- ,f
mllE UNIVERSITY BANK
I Of Los Angeles
CAPITAL STOCK - - - $100,000
Loans from the eapl al stock on long time
will be made in las form of bonds secured
hv first mortgage on real estate.
'First-class interest-bearing securities of
fered for Investment.
A general banking business transacted.
Exchange on New York, Boston, Chicago,
Kansas City and San Francisco.
R. M.WIDNEY - - - - President
GEO. L. ARNOLD - - c S, s '!, H ' r
GEO. SINSABAUGII - - - Teller
Directsrs-R. M. Widuey, E. M. Ross, W.
II Workman (Mayor of Los Augeles city),
D. O. Miltimore, C. M. Wells, F. A. Gibson,
A. H. Judson. auliltt
OF SAN FRANCISCO, HAS JUST OPENED
A FIRST-CLASS TAILORING ES
No, 063 North Main Street.
With the largest and best selected stock, ol
Woolens that has ever been hrmight to this
city, consisting of the very latest etjles of
French and English Heavers, Piques, Diago
nals, Cassimeres and Scotch Tweeds. Also
an immense line of domestic goods of all
descriptions from which he will make suits
to order at a reduction of 25 per cent Icsh
, than any other tailor. All goods made up
by white labor Honest dealing, prompt
attention, with perfect tit guaranteed or no
sales, is his "motto."
Suits made to order, from - $25 00
Other garments In proportion.
Remember No. S6S North Main
■treet, Los Angeles Cal., Nos.
MS MontffoHaerr, T«4 aad 1110
In the Whole Hideous Catalogue
Of diseases, there were none whien, previous
to the dtseoverv of Hostetter's Stomach
Bitters, offered more formidable resistance
to the old fashioned modes of treatment
than the group of maladies which, under
the collective name of malarial disease, af
flicted entire communities that Buffered
hopelessly. Chills nnd fever, dumb ague,
ague cake and bilious remittent were once
regarded as well nigh incurable. Now it re
joices the heartß of thousands who reside In
districts periodically subject to the visitation
of malaria, to feel certain that in tho Bitters
they possess a certain defense against the
scourge, a sure means of expelling its poi
son from the system. To the settler in the
Far We-t, the new emigrant thither, and to
travelers and tourists by land and sea. the
possession of this oleasant safeguard It a
guaranty of safety from diseaseß which they
might vainly Beck from any other Bource.
All Large Syndicates
Employ Burllngame, the contractor, to im
prove their tracts. Burlingame Is the Doss
contractor, and don't you forget it.
DR. FREELANI), of the M. E. Church
suvs that two bottles of Gilmore's Aromatic
Wine cured his wife of Nervous Debility
and Sleeplessness. For sale by C. F. Heiuze
man, agent, Los Angeles.
Damiana Bitters regulate the stomach'
Michel Levy & Co., wholesale liquor dealers
Notice (or Publication.
LAND OFFICE AT LOS ANGELES, CAL.,
Septembsr 14, ISST.-'Notlce is hereby
fives that the following-named settler has
led notice of his inte'ution to commute and
make final proof In support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before the Reg
ister and Receiver, at Los Angeles, CaL, on
October 28, 1887, viz.; William Mur.ay, H.
8., No. 2812, for the S. E„ Section 28, T. 7
N. R. 11 W.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon, and cultiva
tion of, said land, viz.: George P. Luce, Johu
H. Carter, John Sieh and William King; all
Of Lancaster P. 0., Cal.
J. D. BETHUNE,
New England Lai Office,
81 W. SECOND STREET,
Real Estate Agents.
RENTS AND COLLECTION.
IF YOU WANT YOUR PROPERTY
turned into cash, either at auction or
private sale, give it to thia offlce.
KEITH * DODD,
LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 16, 1887.
Now in I,Oh Vn:r!n!
DR. I. IE BIG & CO.,
SPECIAL PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS,
Of San Francisco.
The above well known and long estab
lished siicciiilists will be at 31 NORTH
MAIN STKKKT., Los Angeles, from Sep
tember 10th to the '20th, 10 days ouly, where
all who are suffering from nervous debility,
chronic or complicated diseases, sperma
torrhea, Impoteucy, loss of manhood, pre*
mature decay, and all compl-iimß resulting
from youthful folly, abuse and excesses of
maturity, or badly treated cases of special or
private nature, will be afforded the oppor
tunity to consult with these celebrated
specialists. Consultation free aud private.
Tlie Liebig Dispensary for the treatment of
all chronic, private and complicated dis
eases has been established in San Francisco
for nearly a quarter of a century. The Dis
pensary building occupies the entire corner
of Geary and Mason streetß, San Francisco,
aud is the only Medical and Surgical insti
tute on the Pacific, coast that has its own
elegant drug store* in dispensary building,
employing registered chemists and scientific
surgical instrument makers to manufacture
all surgical instruments for the patients of
the Liebig Dispensary; also to prepare the
celebrated Or. Liebig's wonderful Germnn
luvigorator. To the marvelous cures and
discoveries made by Dr. Liebig A Co. are due
al! the great successes they have had. In
18S1 they discovered the complication Pros*
tatorrhu'k, resulting from youthful impru
dence and excesses of maturity, or unskill
fully treated cases of a special nature, that
from time Immemorial had prevented thou
sands from being cured of nervous debility,
phvsienl weakness and unnatural losses
from the system. Dr. Liebig & Co. use every
successful remedial agent known to modern
scientists favoring the school of Homeopathy
and Eclecticism, taking from the Allopathic
all that is useful, and adapting surgical in
struments to the various ailments nnd de
formities, attaching to appliances, magnet
ism aud electricity. Successful treatment
guaranteed in all cases or no fees required.
The doctors will give personal attention to
diseases ot the Chest, Head and Throat. Ca
tarrh, diseases of the Liver and Kidneys;
also deformities requiring surgical applian
ces. Balance of treatment conducted from
the Liebig Dispensary, San Francisco, Cal.
N.B.—On account ofthe rapidly increasing
practice in San Francisco, this will be the
doctor's last visit to Los Angeles.
Redjands. Lugonia, Crafton
Pending the completion of railroads from
Colton and San Bernardino to the above
named placet (now being constructed)it has
become necessary, iv order to accommodate
the rapidly increasing travel, to add to the
present facilit es two stages daily—from San
Beginning on the Ist of September a four
horse Concord coach will meet all pnssenger
trains at Ilrooksidc station, ou the Southern
All persons desiring to visit Kast San Ber
nardino Valley, the prettiest and mo t lovely
iv the State, will find the coach at the above
$300—Lots in the Howes tract.
$1100—Ixits in tlie -Millard avenue tract; one
$000—Lots in tract comer of Pico and Ver
lnonr avenue; one-third cash.
8850-Lot ori Winfleld avenue.
$050—Lot on Twelfth street, clean side.
$1000—Lot on Eleventh street, clean side.
$1100—Lot on Twelfth street, next block to
$ISoo—Lot on King street, corner of Hope
street; easy terms.
$1500—2 lots, corner Forrester and Thorn
$1850—Lot on l'ieo street, close to Foreman
tract; one-third cash.
$2500-Lot 118x100, corner Hoover nnd
$3000— Lot 80x144, corner Seventh and
Santa Fe avenue; easy terms.
$3500—Lot on Third street, between depotß;
Bargains in all parts of the city. Call and
see us and we will convince you.
J. M. TAYLOR & CO.,
Telephone 271. 271 N. Main Street.
THE KENNEDY LAND CO.,
118 WEST FIRST STREET.
$4200—6 lots end Washington street car
line, for all.
$1700—Double corner Geary and Burton
streets, for all.
$1500 each—Two cheapest lots in Dim
I $125—Fine lots, Roßecrans, clean side.
$500—Good lot South and Porter tract.
$0100—Eleven lots, fine location, Shaw
$600—Choapost lot Boyle Heights, on the
$40 per foot—Fine business corner HoffSt.
$1500—Desirable lot near Diamond street.
$1000—Choice lot Dimmiek tract.
$850—House and lot Electric Homestead
i $2800—Lot ou Flower street, fine location.
' Elegant lots cheap in Walnut Grove tract,
j Beautiful lots cheap in Eulalie tract.
< Desirable lots cheap in Rosa tract.
, Handsome lotß cheap In Montague tract.
' And lots in all desirable city tracts.
Lots ill Azusa opposite new hotel.
) 5,10, 20 and 40 acre property in Azusn,
) 5, 6 and 8 acre tracts Vermont arenas'
near the Park.
I 40 acres alfalfa land in Vernon. No Irri
gation. With new house and barn. Dirt
! cheap; 9400 per acre.
I 1040 acres near Victor; good soil.
I SSAL KBXATE.
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499 Acres at San Gabriel.
196 Acres Adjoining Nadeau.
100 Acres Near Azusa.
176 Acres at San Gabriel.
40 Acres Adj'g Cueamonga.
36 Acres at Florence.
20 Acres at Compton.
12 Acres at Compton.
11 Acres near Pasadena.
5 Acres at Orange.
Also the following tracts, for which we are the agents:
Philbin, Seilz, Boettcher, Bettner Bethune
, All the above property is beautifully situated and well adapted for
Farms, Homes and Manufacturing Interests.
For particulars apply to
RUSSELL COX & CO., 132 W. First Street.
§W FI lE£ CARRIAG -K.JmXV seplO-Nt
i Few Tempting tabs!
;i.|,OTB THAT ARE LOTS."
2 Lots corner Hill and Morris sts., 150
ft. on Hill WQOO
125x130 comer Washington and lowa 3SOO
Lots in Howe's tract 300
50x155 on Olive st., near Twelfth 4500
29, block 2, Highland Park tract, uear
Temple , •■• *»
32, block O, L. A. Imp. Co. s snbdvn. 750
62'.,x153 corner Adams and On-hard. 2200
5 Ix 100 Klleudnle Place, on Adams st. 2500
50x150, Bonnie Brae tract, corner on
. Eighth street ■■■ i t 3000
80x150, Ela Hill's tract, one-half
block from car line. „•'""
101x254, Adams street, uear Figueroa 9000
40x148, cor. Aliso aye. and St. Louis st 5000
100x150, near Belmont hotel 1800
52x155, Schcflielin tract, near car line. 1000
128x155, northwest cor. Hill and l'ieo 19,200
155x165. northwest cor. Olive and
Eleventh ■ • ■ 20.000
150x153, cor. Toberman and Davis sts 5350
Lot 4, block F, Sunßet tract 350
42x205, Union avenue 1600
Lot 10. block 12, Beaudry tract No. 2. 1000
108x155, Flower street, near Pico 8250
Lot in Fnirmount tract 1800
50x150, Goodwin tract • "00
55x165, Vignes tract, one block from
Downey avenue JOOO
55x130, Orange Heights tract 1. ->0
110x170, cor. York and Orand avenue 7000
50x180, Orand aye., near Pico. 8780
18, Kay's tract t. i'- 50
22, block 21, Los Angeles Improve
ment Company, Temple si J4.>o
68x175, west side Kigueroa, near Pico. 8000
10, block F, Sunset tract , corner 800
50x155, Flower street, near Ninth 4000
21 and 23, block 4, Angeleno Heights,
23 a corner • ,40 °
14, 16, block 2, Harvey tract, on
clean side of Adele St., each 2,>00
60x127, cor Pico and A burn sts 8800
28, block A, Montague tract 1800
50x150, West side Beaudry aye., near
Diamond • • ■ gWU
48x150, (irand aye., Walker tract.. 2000
80x165, Workman Bt., E. L. A., half
block from Downey aye - ■ 1800
86x176 on Montgomery St., near H
gneroa street . *
120x130 corner (irand aye. and Morris
sts. . , •' ,(,,)
Business Property at Prices You
40x163, Upper Main ,0700
50x110, Fourth Bt - 11,500
56L.X120, northwest comer Second
aud Log Angeles sts 40< "; ( J
60x165, west side o' Spring, per foot 600
160x175, Mills aud Wicks extension
of Second st J,,o °
35x100, Main St., two-story brick
120x165, southeast comer lort aud
Fourth sts 80,000
20x155, San Fernando st., opp, pas
senger depot, with house which
rents for Boo.. utfßS.
00x105, Spring st., near Fourth . .i ,XX
100x00, Buena Vista st ■ "MSg
25x165, Upper Main st., per foot 17S
Lovely Homes, for Yourself or
A lovely nlacc on Figueroa st., north
of Washington; house of 12 rooms,
bath, pantry, etc.; all modern con
veniences aud well furnished: lot
50x150 ■ • •:• 10 " ,0 °
House of 8 large rooms, bath, pantry,
etc., on the famous Bonnie Brae
tract, on OrandVicw ave.ncar Ninth
St. new and modern, ■ ■■■■ •>'""
Choice new 5-room cottage; batn,
Eantrles, closets, etc ; beautiful
iwn, flowers, cement walks, stable,
etc., In center of East Los Angeles,
near car-line wmw
House and lot, corner Temple and
Beaudry aye.; one of the prettiest
places in the city, 11 rooms, bath,
pantries, etc.; lawn, flowers, stable,
etc.; lot«4t<xso 12,000
House aud lot on Downey aye , cor
ner of one of the principal streets:
9 rooms; all modern conveniences;
new and sightly; lot 110x165 10,000
House aud lot on Kinney St., near
Main; 8 rooms, bath, pantry, clos
ets, etc., beautifully arranged for
comfort; lot 50x163'£, covered
with bearing orange trees 5000
Two-story house of 8 rooms, hand
somely decorated, gas, hot and cold
water, hath and all modern con
veniences, lieautlful lawn, stone
walks; lot 50x150, on Bucua Vista
A new, two-story, 10-room house,
bath, pantry, etc.. located in one of
the most desirable neighborhoods
In East Ixis Angeles; near car line;
rents for $55 a month: sll modern
conveniences; lot, 01'.,.\120 5100
House and loton Hope st., corner lot;
6 rooms, bath, pantry, closets, grate,
etc., beautifully finished 5000
Sice uew cottage on Beaudry aye.,
near Temple 31100
House and lot on X ower St., near
Eighth st.; H rooms; uew and nice;
flowers, stone walks, etc.; 50x155
to alley 9000
House. 8 rooms, bath room, pantry,
etc., Temple st.; 52x162, near in. 6000
Two-story house of 5 rooms, bath,
pantries, etc.,on Hunker Hill aye;
nicely finished 6800
House, ti rooms, hath, pantries, etc.;
on Seventh st., near Orand aye 6000
Every Oue Wants a Lot by the
Sea Santa Monica.
Lot 54, block A.Wave Crest 650
Lot 34, block A, Wave ( rest 850
Lot 52, block A. Wave Crest 850
Lot 42, Central addition, on Sixth
st„ ; 50x150 700
House of six roomß, corner Second
st. and Nevada aye; new and
Two beautiful lots on American aye,
between Kirst and Second sts.; each. 600
Lot 23, block 92, near corner 450
Acres—Read and Investigate.
Forty-four acres at Tropico station,
on Southern Pacific Railroad, just
north of city: all under cultivation;
house, 6 rooms, well, windmill,
etc.; per acre 400
Twenty-six acres near Verdugo Post
offlce; BM shares of water to the
acre; per acre 700
Thirty-six acres corner Vermont aye.
and Eighth St.; a splendid buy for
subdivision; per acre 1500
Twenty-three acres at Pasadena, near
business center; avenues on three
sides; millions in it to subdivide;
Ten scros ou Figueroa st., in city
Two acres at South Pasadena; good
water right «500
Seventeen acres at Orange, three
blocks from new depot, with water;
peracre • ,• ■ • ■ 675
Three acres on Temple street; just
outside city limits: peracre 1000
Thirty acres 12 miles from city, jnst
southwest of Downey; per acre 125
Fivo and one-half acres at Monrovia;
partly improved, with water; per
acre. • ■ 1000
Forty acres at Azusa, covered with
the choicest of bearing fruit trees:
30 shares of water, per acre 600
If you want to insure your property in the best companies at the
lowest rate or make quick turns on your property (or
( yourself or any member of your family,
BEN E. WARD,
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Pule» PERFECTLY-- PURIT!
Takes One-Half as Much
as other Baking
A PERFECT RAKING [POWDER.
— Boston, Mass.—
Yields 15 to 50 per rent, more
Gas (the raisins property)
I « than other Powders.
Unexcelled for Strength,
Purity and Health! nlness.
Never Fails to Make 1.1r1.i and i
Wholesome Rread, Biscuits, t
Cakes, Puddings, Etc. For Sale i
by Orocert in all size can*. <
GEO. A. FISHER, |
Sau Francisco, Pacific Coast Agent.
1882 ESTABLISHED 1888
L. W. WELLS,
Dental Room.. No. 83 S. Spring ',
Streets Roder Rlock.
Teeth extracted without pain. Special at
tention paid to filling teeth. dll-tf
DRS. C. & FRANK STEVENS \
- - DENTISTS, —
'rile ilesl Set ot 'a crili/aS,
On celluloid or rubber. Painless extrnetion
of teeth by nitrons oxide gas or vitalized
air. Fine gold fillings a specialty. All op
erations at Eastern prices and guaranteed.
ROOMS IS AND 10 SCHUMACHER
BLOCK, opposite Postofflce.
Open Suudays from 0 to 12. my6tf
' MOSEY MADE EASI
BY BUYING THE FOLLOWING PROP
erty: $0,500, 9-room honse and lot,
50x1t!5, Hope street, near Seventh; $3,500,
1 house and lot, Walnut avenue, near Main
street;-$l,OOO to $2,500, five fine lots, Or
(ange Heights; 20 lots, Victor Heights, from
£1.000 to $1,500; Angeleno Heights lots,
from $l,tioo to $2,500; 15 acres on Jefferson
street, $2,000 per acre; 2 lots, Woodworth
tract, $12,500; 2 lots, Childs tract, $4,000;
12(1 feet, corner Olive and Second streets, i
with 18-room house, $20,000; $2,000 each,
3 lots, Morris Vineyard tract; 23 acres in
Paaadena, $I,2ooper acre; $800 each, 2 lots 1
on Banta Fe avenue, near depot; 40 acres, 4 I
' miles from Postoflice, $375 per acre, plenty
I of water; 8 lots, Dunegan tract, for $4,500;
I $t>so each, 0 lots near car line, East Ixis An
' geles; 10 acres, in Lick tract, at a bargain;
1 48 lots on Boyle Heights will be sold to
' gether at a bargain; lotß in Ixis Angeles Im
provement Company; $t!,500, (i-room house
and large lot, 011 Date street; 10 acres, Lick |
tract; 121.. acres, tilendale.
1 »tloaF~Cal) and be convinced, at
! MOORE & SNYDER, .
I )31-lm 108 WEST FIRST STR.
' EIGHTH ANNUAL FAIR.
» Six'h District.
j' AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION.
> lt< st Fair In the State!
Not excepting Sacramento.
170 ENTRIES IN THE RACES.
) Including lastest horses in Ihe world.
Fruit, Agriculture and Horticultural Dis
Filth and Olive Sts.
' Don't Forget the Date.
t OCTOBER ;iO, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15.
j SEND FOR PREMIUM LIST.
1 i J. W. ROBINSON, President.
E, A. DuCAMP, Secretary,—Box 210.
I Thus. A. Garey, Superintendent Pavilion.
; GOVERNMENT LANDS!
) I HAVE SEVERAL
5 EVEN SECTIONS
0 Rich Filerc soil, a One, level, beautiful little
valley only ten miles from Flowing
0 Artesian Wells; also
Several Desirable Tracts
In the Artesian Belt, Antelope Valley.
Several dedfobie Sections. In tbe forfeited
isdooaslty strip of the Ss P. *. ft.
TX HEjImKBON, President"
J. K. Smubr, Wm. F. Marshaii.,
Vlce-Fres. aud Tress. Secretary
LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL.
Office aud yard, 180 East First St.,
Eos Angeles, Cal.
Willamette Steam Mills Lumbering 4
Formerly the Oregon Lumber Company.
OREGON PINE and CALIFORNIA RED
of every description at their new yard
On DATE, CHAVEZ & MISSION STREETS.
We have a line stock of LATHS, PICKETS.
SHINGLES AND FINISHING LUMBER
of a superior quality.
We are also prepared to fill orders on
short notice for building materials of every
Particular attention paid to ordeis lor un
usual lengths aud dimensions.
jylO-tf J. A. RUSS^Aitent.
kt nt Kiiei t-i i zm:h
Mill and Lumber Company,
Manufacturers of and dealers in
LUMBER, DOORS, BLINDS,
WINDOWS, EASTERN OAK,
ASH, HICKORY, WALNUT
And a Fancy Parquetry Floor of hard wood
AND ALL KINDS OF MILL-WORK.
Yard and Mill f orner Alameda and Macy
Sts. Telephone No. 8. P. O. Box 98. noSStt
J. M. GRIFFITH COIPAIY,
Doors, Windows, Dlinds, Stairs,
Newell Posts and mill work of every de
scription, and dealers in I.L.ie, etc.
038 N. Alameda St., Eos Angelea.
PERKY. MO I T & COS
AND PLANING MILLS,
NO. 78 COMMERCIAL STREET.
HAS ABSOLUTELY CURED TENS OF
thousands. The only Asthma Cure
and treatment known to the medical world
that will positively permanently cure Asth
ma and Hay Fever. Unquestionable
evidence will be found in my 64-page Trea
tise, sent free. MR. B. W. lIAIR, 433
W. Fourth street, Cincinnati, O.
THE ROGERS VINEYARD AND FRUIT
ranch, North avenue. Washington Col
ony; 5 miles from city; 2 miles from Malaga
FENCED with substantial fence;
WATER in abundance;
ALL in bearing raisin and wine grapes,
ALFALFA, and Fruit trees of the best-paying
Varieties, to 6}s years old.
Good house, barn, etc., etc.;
Income this year, $5000;
The place Ib one of the best in tbe county;
Will double in valne very soon ;
Will sell cheap and on easy terms, and
Will subdivide if desired.
Apply to or address E. ROGERS,
ag2o tl Grand Central Hotel, Freßno.
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO
Batik Supplies, Stock Certificate.
BONDS, MAPS, VIEWS,
Raisin Labels, and Labels of AU Kinds,
gtW-B HOW CARD 8.-% a
Address, lor samples or estimates,
W. A. VANDERCOOK,
Nadeau House, I,ok Aaielss, Cal*
TOWN OF BHATTO!
IS NOW SURVEYED.
Maps will be completed shortly.
Hotel Ready this Month.
DAILY STEAMER SOON.
As the number of lots is of necessity limited,
Will please register their names at «ur •flloe
as soon as possible, to insure
obtaining a location.
C. A. SUMNER & 00,
54 NORTH MAIN STREET.
Congregation Talmud Torah
HOLIDAY SERVICES WILL BE HELD
at Masonic Hall on the 19tn, 20th and
22dof September, South Spring street, be
tween First and Second. Those wishing to
secure seats will plesse call on the Secre
tary. No. 106 North Main street, uear Re
fj wa cordially lai IsaOHSO
yourU » Uiabcsl icmathr
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