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Tlie Hotel On" .lie Corner of Tenth
nnd Main Streets.
Those interested in tlie building of a
hotel at the corner of Tenth and Main
streets met last night in the hall of
■ Engine House, No. 2, on Ninth street.
; Dr. M. Hagan, presiding, The re
turns made showed that of the $500,
. 000 needed $489,000 had been sub
• scribed. This leaves but $11,000 to
1 secure before to-morrow night, and it
is evident now that the hotel will be
[ built. There will be a meeting to
night in the same place, and it is ex
-1 pet ted that the full list of stibscrip
' tions will be secured before that time,
for the property owners are not likely
i to allow the projei t to fall through.
: after having subscribed so large an
amount, when there is but $11,000
yet to be subscribed. The company
will be incorporated with a capital
stock of $750,000, and the building
will cost $500,000. The land secured
is valued at $150,000, which will make
$660,000 of the entire capital stock.
The statement of an evening contem
porary, to the effect that the capital
had been reduced to $200,000 was in
correct. The effort to-night to raise
the subscription list to $500,000 is cer
tain to be successful, and the hotel is
Two Faro (lamps Raided I,ant
Chief Darcy's time has been con
siderably occupied of late receiving
the congratulations' of his friends.
Patience finally ceased to be a virtue
and last evening he adopted a rather
novel plan of avoiding them, He
donned a false beard of extensive pro
portions and jumped into a borrowed
suit of black broad cloth clothes.
From his vest hung a gigantic watch
chain and charm, which forced him to
stoop slightly forward from its weight.
I lis most intimate friend would not
have known him as he sat ornamenting
his ollice chair. While dressed in the
guise the thought occurred to him
that it would be a good plan to cap
ture a few of the faro games now run
ning in town. He waddled into the
game at 115 1 .. on Spring street ar
rayed in all the splendor of a French
count. As his smiling*countenance
loomed up in the doorway the rattle
of the coin in his pockets attracted
the attention of all the players. A
smile of satisfaction lighted up the
face of tho dealer. The dealer was
fooled, however, for the intruder
proved to be Chief Darcy. He
was soon found by Officer Mackel.
The game was Captured and seven
players were taken to tho city prison,
where they deposited $170 bail.
While this game was being raided
the game back of McGinn is' saloon
was visited. Officer Boland, a newly
appointed policeman, dropped in
wearing a rather green expression.
He watched the play for some time
and gradually worked his way to the
back door, which he opened and al
lowed Sergeant Jefferies and a posse
to join him. Four players were ar
rested and escorted to the city prison,
where they were forced to part com
pany with $110 aa bail money.
Messages remain uncalled for at the
Western Union Telegraph office, 17
North Main street, for the following
persons, held for want of proper ad
dress: Max Bachae, Mrs. Luckhardt,
Fred L. lleitig, Edwin Rowe, Ceo. P.
Dietz, T. O. Jarvis, Emma Craze, .Mrs.
A. J. Howard, Mr. Meadows, Miss M.
I). McCartv, E. N. Lord, T. 0. Brad
ford, John 11. Carter, 11. Gh Hollen
berg, J. McLachlan, F. H. Haler, A.
F. Kercheval, Wm. N. Wright, Mr.
Lovell, \V. Standefer. Cablegram—
BOARD OF EDUCATION.
FINANCE AND TRADE.
Tlie Selection of Sites for Build
ing Still Heloro It.
Tho Board or Education met hist
evening, President Ur. Kurtz in the
Chair, und Mrs. A. S. Averill, P. 8.
Graham and Superintendent W. M.
Priesner present. Tlie selection of
sites for building purposes was made
the subject for discussion during the
early part of the evening, but no deci
sion was reached. General Brierly
stated that lie had investigated the
proposals of several parties and laid
the matter before tbe Hoard for Ist
consideration, lie suggested that an
effort be mado to have the State
donate a portion of the land surround
ing the Normal School to the
city for a site for a school house.
Messrs. Edelman and Calkin appeared
before the Board and submitted
proposals for furnishing plans for the
new school houses, the repairs, and al
terations, but after discussion the
matter was laid over until next meet
ing. The report of the Building Com
mittee in relation to the selection of
a site for a high school building was
laid over until next meeting. Its
recommendation that the bid of Smith
& Vigneron for flooring the basement
of the Sprfhg street school be adopted,
as also was its recommendation that
the bid of \V. McLaiu for laying a
sidewalk on the Fort street front of
the same school
The resignation of George Vareoe as
principal of the San I'edro street school
was accepted, and Mrs. B, A. Han
chette was elected to fill his place.
Miss Blanch Leville was elected to tlie
department to fill tho vacancy created
by Mrs. Hanchette's promotion. The
Board then adjourned.
A Review oS tlie Day's Transac
Nkw York, September 15.— The stock
market was quiet but linn in the forenoon,
but weak and feverish later in the day, ami
again prices are materially lower.
Government bonds—Dull but steady.
NSW York, Sept. 15.—(.'losing quotation
prices. Four per cent, coupons, 125; Four
and a half coupons, 107%; Central Pacific,
30; Denver aud Rio Grande, 125' a ;
Louisville ,v Nashville, 00' 4 ; Michigan Cen
tral. 83; Kansas and Texas, 24.,: New York
Central, U»7',: Northern Pacific, 2li; Pre
(erred, M%\ Northwestern, 113W; Oregon
Improvement, '.ii; Oregon Navigation. !>()'.,;
Transeoiitiueiilal, 22-'«; Paeilic Mull, 35».,;
Texas Pacific, 24V. Union Pacific, 5,i;
United States Express, 74; Wells, largo &
Co., 120. Western Union, 75%.
Boston, Sept. 15.—Closing prices; Atchi
son, Topeka aud Santa Fe, ; Chicago,
ijurliugton&Quincy, 130',; MexicanCenlral,
comnion, 114.,; Mexican Central Bonds,
scrip, ; First Morlguge Bonds, 09.,,
Nkw York, September 15.—Noon—Money,
B®6 per cent.
Nkw YOBK, September 15.—Money on call
buoyant, ranging from s®o per cent. Lust
loan at (i. Closed offered 0.
Prime mercantile papcr,7(cJ9.
Sterling Exchange—Active but steady, nl
Ifl.Hl' for 00 day bills; sfl.B4' for
Bar Silver, !>(%
Tlie Stock market.
San FBANCtsco,Septemberls.—The follow
ing »re the closing prices:
Best & Belcher 4.05 iPeer 80
Crocker 80 Peerless 1.40
('hollar 4.25 Potosi 4.45
Con. Cal. Va. .10.00 jOphir 0.(12!*
Confidence. . 0.00 Savage 7.00
Uould & Cry.. 3.80 Sierra Nevada 3.50
Hale Noreross. 3.75 Union Con. .. 2.80
Locomotive . .10 |Y. Jacket 4.25
Silver bars—Per ceut. diseouut, 36%930H
NO SESSION TO-DAY.
There will be no session of the Board to
morrow on account of the funeral of Gover
nor Bartlett. A committee has been ap
pointed to draft resolutions of respect and
sympathy, and the Board will attend the
funeral In a body.
The Urain markets.
Ban Francisco, September 15.—Wheat
dull, easy; buyer season, tfi1.41%
Harlev—Steady, buyer season, iKI.IO/i,:
buyer '87,* 1.02',: seller '87, »:S!„C.
Corn—California large yellow, $1,17',;;;
small yellow, $1.20; white, $1.25.
CHICAGO, September 15.-2:30 p. It., close.
Wheat—Easy; cash, 07 15-lUc.
Corn—Cain, 42'.,c; Oetobei, 43*40.
Liverpool, September IB.—Wheat-Steady;
demand poor; holders offer moderately.
Corn-quiet; demand poor.
Chicago, September 15.—Lower: year,
New York, September 15.—The petroleum
market had a more confident tone to-day
and advanced freely. Opening, 05c; high
est, 05' H : lowest, 02'j; closing, 05. Sales,
Butchers' Picnic and Barbecue.
On Sunday, the 25th of this month,
the butchers of Los Angeles will give
a grand picnic and barbecue at the
City Gardens, corner of Eighth and
San Pedro streets. This will be a
novel and splendid affair. There will
be a chase after a greased pig, with
the following contestants entered:
Mr. Vickery Simon Maier, James
Lowe, A. Frank and G. IL. Lang.
Many bets are being made as to who
will be the captor of the oiled porcine,
and Simon Maier is in the lead.
Efforts were made to get George
Hinds into this race, but he thought it
would hardly comport with his dignity
as a Government official, so he com
promised by promising to make an at
tempt at climbing the "greasy pole."
Prizes will be awarded to the
best lady dancer, and for the
following races: Young ladies' race,
young men's race, lean men's race,
children's race, old ladies' race, old
men's race, fat men's race, sack race.
A Magnificent Piano.
When the famous pianist F. Loui King
came to I,os Angeles to make arrangements
for giving his recitals at Long lleaeh his lirst
Inquiry was for a Steek Piano.as in his opin
ion no other instrument could be found that
eossesod such an exquisitely tine tone and
eautiful elastic touch. Mr. J. W. Gardner,
of 210 S. Spring street, had justreceived a
large shipment of these famous pianos and
application was at once made for one by Mr.
King. At first Mr. Gardner declined letting
any of his fine pianos out, but after repeated
applications, accompanied with an offer of
fifty dollars, he consented to let the great
performer have the use of a Grand Stock.
The instrument was not returned to Mr.
Gardner's store, as when Will D. Gould
heard it he immediately raked the per
former's opinion as to the merits of pianos
with the result in calling on Mr. Gardner
with the cash for the instrument which be
prizes very highly. Mr. Gould may well be
congratulated over his choice.
We arc Introducing
Some very choice new brands of Cigarettes,
made from the mott exquisite selections of
Try our new White-Caps, <'ross Country,
Full Dress, and Latest English. All extra
tine.—Kinney Tobacco Co., New York.
MR. A. lIIGGINS, of Wyoming, N. V.,
says he had the piles for nearly 40 years,
and was cured by using Gilmore's Pile
specific.—o. F. Heinzeman, agent, Los An
With gasoline and oil. Humboldt, Morris ,v
Co., 251 South Spring street. Ring up tele
Move With Tide.
Secure a lot in tbe Wolfskill tract. No
sham; a solid investment.
The new White-Caps are always uniform
In Quality. Smokers can rely on the quality
of all goods of our make being maintained
at the highest standard.
Try our new White-Caps, Cross-i ountry,
and Latest English. All extra fine.—Kinney
Tobacco Co., New York.
WtOO With Water: Park Tract.
Take a Trip
To Lordsburg before the excursion.
For cleansing and healing foul nnd indo
lent Ulcers, Sores and Abscesses aud remov
ing the bad odors urisintj therefrom, and for
; sloughing, contused and lacerated wounds,
Darbys Prophylactic Fluid is uncqualed.
-I y hnve used Darbys Prophylactic Fluid
In hospitals and private practice for ten
■ years, and know of nothing belter for■ sluugh
i ing, contused nnd lacerated wounds, foul
, aud Indolent ulcers snd as a disinfectant. —
J. F. Htisxis, Professor Mobile Med. College.
WILLIS L. CULVER, of Pavilion, H. Y.
says that Gilmore's Magnetic Elixir cured
him of a long standing throat and lung trou
, ble. 0. F. HEINZEMAN, agent, Los An
The Baby Show.
Following is the list of entries of
babies for the exhibition to-day at the
pavilion as far as heard from. The
list will doubtless be doubled to-day:
Susan M. Salmon, 13 months old;
Jennie V. Grove, 15 months; Bertha
J.Crawford, 12 months; E. E. E.
Swanton, 13 months; Pearl and Kuhy
Sullivan, twins, 20 months; Norman
W. Potts, 2 months; Louisa Hopkin
son, 4 months; Edna Schiver, 8
months; Joseph Sproul, 9 months.
A wicked bachelor says the ladies
are so engrossed in real estate specu
lations that they have forgotten to
send in their list of cherubs. This is
a slander, as will be proved to-day by
a large array of tbe little darlings.
Relief Corps Presentation.
At the adjournment of the Frank
Bartlett Kelief Corps yesterday, Miss
Bessie Bell, who for three consecutive
terms has untiringly filled the office
of secretary, was presented with an
elegant solid gold medal, appropriately
engraved, being iv the form of a
Maltese cross, suspended from a gold
chain. Mrs. A. C. Brown, President
of the Corps, reviewed the faithful
work performed by Miss Bell during
her connection with the society. Miss
Bell, though taken completely by sur
prise, made a very pretty response.
The commencement of tho celebra
tion of the Mexican Independence day
was quite a success last evening. A
number of the natives of that country
paraded through Sonoratown and
were afterwards eloquently addressed
by A. J. Flores. Later in the evening
there was a ball at Armory Hall,
which was an enjoyable affair. To
day it is proposed to hold literary ex
ercises at Armory Hall early in the
afternoon. In the evening all the
houses of the Mexicans will be illumi
nated and receptions will be held.
Visit the Kennedy
Land Company for bargains In real estate,
118 Weat First street. 1
LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 16, 1887.
Misery After Eating-
Is avoided by dyspeptic* who, guided by the
recorded experience of thousands, begin and
systematically pursue a course of Hostetter's
stomach Hitters. Persistence In the use of
this pure and highly accredited stomachic,
is the sole and agreeable condition ofthe en-
Ure removal Of the obstinate forms of dys
pepsia, DO less than a temporary fit of indi
gestion. In connection with the use of Hub
specific, it Is desirable to avoid articles of
food which Individual experience has shown
to be difficult of digestion, by the stomach
■ought to bo benefitted. Koch dyspeptic's
pall observation of his digestive capacity
should enable him to be his own guide and
mentor in this particular, not trusting to
nny set of dietetic rules too general to be
suited to particular eases. BIIISOUStIeSJ and
Constipation, heartburn, wind upon the
stomach, sour eructations, headache and
mental despondency are among the con
comitants uf dyspepsia, and we put it. to
flight by tbe hitters.
Bis; Break In on.
Kaw York, September 14—Petroleum oil
opened weak at yesterday's closing prices,
but was forced to fl!>. Its stay at this figure
waß only temporary, however, for it was
pushed rapidlvdown" to »>'.! by conflicting re
poits from tlie oil fields with reference to
the How of the wells and the probable suc
cess or failure of wells in the process of
drilling. The market closed at (O^ 1 s Itisn
fact worthy of remark that though the ot]
dropped eight point! yesterday and again
seven points to-day there were no failures.
She sales amounted to 5,.1(17,000.
fsbooming and prices advancing rapidly,
See A. K. Hitch, 286 North Main street aud
secure a lot and 10 acres before it is too
late. Only $250 per acre. Itedlands pro
perty is now selling at $1200 per acre.
A fine store filled with fine pianos and or
gans. 1. W. (lonian has just received a large
shipment of steck, Stcinway and Hardman
pianos. The public are invited to call and
sec the largest stock and assortment in
South Hod lands
Is booming and prices advancing rapidly.
See A, X, Ditch, 386 North Main street, and
secure a lot and 10 acres before It iB too
lute. Only $280 per acre. Itedlands pro
perty is now selling at Jf 1200 per acre.
The Bio- Hotel
And many others are being built in the vi
cinity of the Wolfskill tract.
14 feet wide, will bu built on Sth and Wolf
WE WARRANT Gilmore's Magnetic Felix
to relieve the Asthma in one mluute. c. F
Heinzeman, agent, Los Angeles.
Legitimate Auction Sales
SOOTHERS CALIFORNIA LIHD CO.
244 If, Main St., Ilukcr Block,
Saturday, Sept. 17, at 11 a.m.
CATALOGUES ON FRIDAY.
No. l. Valuable lot In the Llrinston
tract, being lot 20, block 11. fronting r»o (eat
on Bryant avenue by 118.
No. 2. Lot 27, adjoining; same size.
No. 3. Lot 14, fn block lof the Lob An
gelea Improvement Co., fronting 40 feet on
east side Welcome street by 120 feet. A short
distance from the Belmont Hotel and one
block from the dummy road.
No. 4. Valuable and very desirable lot
on the WiUlamiOll tract, No. 32, block 5,
fronting BO feet on south side of Ciirard St.,
by 130 feet.
No. 5. Handsome residence lot on the
Jefferson st. tract, No. 10, block 10, fronting
50 feet ou Madison St., by 130 feet.
No. tt. Splendid investment. Doubto
house and lot 50x100, on Prospect avenue,
a few feet from Pieo st. aud two blocks east
of Main st. New house, so constructed ns to
rent to two tenants. Woutd readily com
mand $00 per (houth. Terms, ensh. Hale
rt-Sii;* ATTENTION, CA RPENTERB—A
meeting of tbe Carpenters' Hall
Association will be held at the Board of
Trad* rooms in the Baker Hloek ou Satur
day. September 17th, at 7:30 l. M. Hy order
of the Boaid of Directors.
It~£=. (i.~7\ 7r7~M EETINO—JOHN A. LO
gnn Post meetosvery Monday evening
in the new G. A. R. Hall, lv McDonald block,
on Main street, at 7:30 I. M. Visiting Com
rades cordially welcome.
nu2(i-tf M. S. BABCOCK, Adjutant.
ISTANTED-BY A'\oUNG LAWYER, A
VV quiet furnished room, near Nadeau
House. Private family preferred. Address
J. E. H., P. O. Box 1079. lt_
ANTED—A COTTAGE OK FIVE OK
six rooms before September 20th. Ad
dress 11., P. O, box 780. u25 td
BOARD ANI» LODUI \ti.
BELLEVUE TERR A C E, FORM ERLY
Pickit Villa, 131) I'earl street, Los Auge
les, Cul. The finest location in the city; take
Sixth street cars. "Bellevue Terrace" con
sists of three buildings, nil connected by
front porch, and contains 140 as desirable
rooms as can be found In Southern Califor
nia. Board and room, if' 2 and Sjs2.no per day.
Liberal arrangements made with person de
siring rooms and board by t he mouth or year.
Telephone 518. DANIEL PICKIT, Mas.
KATIE E. PICKIT, Proprietors. au24tf
LjlOR SALE— FURNISHINGS OF GRO-
C eery store, cheap. 200 East First street,
orner of Vine. sl(i 2t
I,'Olt SALE—A BARUAIN—A SPAN OF
V black horses, suitable for coach or
draft. ROBINSON, No. 115 W. First. sls-3t
OR SALE—OIt EXCHANGE—KEBTAU
raut complete Iv every department,
with long lease. Enquire at 7 Arcadia
IjlOR SALE—HOTEL AT SANTA MONICA
I cliff, house fronting ou Ocean avenue;
also for rent store 22x70 feet ill new brick
block opposite Post-office; also the whole of
the upper part containing eighteen sunny
rooms. Apply to GEORGE BOEHME, cor
ner of Ocean and Oregon avenues, Santa
Monica. sepis tf
I 'OR SALE —$2500 WILL BUY A HOUSE
and lot in East Los Angeles. Apply to
203 South Cirillin avenue, opp. electric
light. "15 st.
FOR BALE — RESTAURANT DOING A
good trade; cheap rent; mußt be sold at
once. Inquire at 10 North Fort st. sel4-3t
For sale, cheap, 20 aero farms in
Los Angeles county; near two town
sites and school; 18000 church subscribed
for; surface and urtesiau wuter to tic had.
Only $500 for 20 acres of line fruit land;
■100 cash, balance lv easy payments with
out interest. Apply
au23 lin McDL'FFEE BROS,, 310 N. Main.
1/IOR SAL E—< i N E-T WEI .FT if 1 NT E X EST
-T in 4500 acres of the Sausal Redondo
Itanchos at ijsOO per acre. Terms half cash,
balance ti and 12 months. Also the beauti
ful Engel Tract at Lamaada I'ark Depot (30
acres with water.) Price, 1f543,000. Terms
half cash, balance in time. Also one-tenth
interest in the Florence Terrace Tract. Apply
to Patrick Robertson, Banta-Monica. sepT-lat
I" 1()R BALE—A WHOLESALE AND RK
-1 tail liquor business, now doing a good
trade, situated on one of the principal streets
in Los Angeles city, Cal. The stock consists
ofthe linest Kentucky straight and blended
whiskeys, California and foreign wines and
brandies; also a fine stock of Imported and
domestic cigars. Fixtures nearly n ; w. Size
of store, 25x150 feet; line cellar; entrance
to store from two streets; lease. Satisfactory
reason given for selling. For further partic
ulars address "CONFIDENTIAL," P. 0. Hox
724, Los Angeles city, Cal. sepltf
UPRIGHT PIANO, IN FINE CONDl
tion, at a bargain. Address, "BARGAIN,"
this office. ag26-tf
I'eToß SALE—OLD PAPERS, CHEAP.
I Apply at tbe ag!9-tf
X\T ANTED —TO RENT BY A PERMANENT
y\ tenant, house of 15 to 20 rooms. Ad
dresß P 0 box 1045. Aug 15 tf
THOROUGH BRED HOLBTEIN BULLS;
also choice milch cows. Address J. E.
U RKEE, Bonita Meadows, Santa Monica
r ottd ml 9 (lm
$2(>00 to $13,000 will secure an
interest in a syndicate now forming for
the purchase of a -4800-acre ranch in
the Santa Ana Valley, at the rate of
$35 per acre. Only a half interest left,
and a few days cdoses the deal. Call
A. L. TEELE,
Rooms 3 and 4, No. 10 Court Street.
A Bargain! No Mistake!
Twenty-five per cent, below the market value.
Close to new Santa Fe Springs.
A. L. TEELE,
Rooms 3 and 4, No. 10 Court Street.
SHINN, BRA DISH & CO.
134 WEST FIRST STREET, LOS ANGELES.
The Live and I.et Live Firm, Offer Hundreds of Gilt-Edged Bargains, of
Which the Following is Only a Fair Sample:
4-lnrge-room house, Julian St., Childs
O-room house, near Pico street, Morris
Vineyard tract tp3600
4-room house on Wright St., clean side 2650
4-room honseon Second st., near Bel
mont Hotel 2300
6-room house on Myrtle st,, half block
from street cars; furniture complete 3500
5 room house, with bathroom,hoi and
cold watenelean side of both streets. 3600
20-ncre fruit-ranch in Orange ;one-half
mile from plaza; on cleau side of
principal street; good 8-room bouße;
ornamental trees, hedges, etc.; an
elegant home, or tract for subdivis
ion; worth 1)120,000; price .. 14,000
320 acres Ben Porter ranch, Sau
Fernando, per acre 125
4M acres in Port Bollona, per acre 300
5m acres in I'ort Ballona, per acre . 250
120 acres Ben Porter ranch, per acre.. 128
Lot on Pearl slreet, near Fourth street.lll3ooo
Lots iv the Montague tract, just off
Lots ou York, near Grand aye., each.. 1900
Lots on Palm street, near Grand aye 2000
Lots in Hubbard tract, from $550 to 750
Lots less than one block from Wash
ington street, from 1£450 to 600
Lot on clean side Court street 1100
Lot on Oak street. Dalv tract . 1350
Lot 88x150, on corner Tenth and Ben
nett streets 5250
Lots in Sentous tract .. $1200 to 1600
Hotel on Main street, 48 rooms nicely
furnished; 3 vcars lease. 7000
Elegant cottage on Eleventh street,
with furniture; stable; bet. Main and
Los Angeles streets 6500
Cottage ou Hill Btreet, tat. Tenth and
Eleventh sts., clean tide, lot 52x165. 8000
5- room house, with bathroom, stable,
etc., grounds nicely improved, Palm
6- room house on South Hill St., clean
" ADVANCE ALL ALONG TBE LINE I"
Prices in le E-L-A View Tract!
$30 - TO - #50.
ISTO MORE LOTS!
1)0 NOT AGAIN LOSE YOUR OPPORTUNITY. ANOTHER ADVANCE
MUST COME SHORTLY.
You are now offered lots in the
E-L-A VIEW TRACT IN THE CITY OF LOS ANGELES
FOR FROM $30 TO $30.
perfect, and taxes for this yearpaid by the present owner. A
dummy road, within one thousand feet of the Tract, will be in operation in
side of six months. Eor maps and particulars inquire of
« CLARKE," NO. 8 SOUTH FORT ST. LOS ANGELES.
• MASQUERADE COSTUMES! 1
NEW AND HANDSOME PRIZE SUITS,
For catalogues and price apply to MRS.
TREGELLAS,T»3O Market St., Sau Francisco. I
a or H. C. WYATT, Manager Opera House, I.os
Augeles. aepO-lm 1
CITY or PARIS.
Spring and Smnmer, 1887, Novelties.
JUST RECEIVED. THE MOST MAGNIFICENT LINE 0|
Dress Goods and Trimmings
EVER DHOWN IN THIS CITY.
THE CREAM DO NOT FAIL
The European •S&M EXAMINB
Eastern Markets. New Stock of Goods,
CITY § PARIS
Tiie Peerless Dry Goods Emporium of Southern California,
108, 107 AND 109 NORTH SPRING STREET.
Maison : de : Paris
GRAND OPENING DAY
MADAME DELI'S MILLINERY DEPARTMENT
No. 22 West First St., Los Angeles,
SEPTEMBER 19, 20 AND 21.
Are indorsed and recommended as the
acme of perfection by every Cigarette
smoker who has tried them.
ALBERT MAU & CO., 8. F., Bole Agents,
Office, 36 Downey Block, Los Angeles.
le Plans Have Arrived!
WORK HAS ALREADY BEGUN ON THE NEW SOUTHERN
PACIFIC RAILWAY DEPOT, ON THE
W O L IT S X I L
THIS DEPOT WILL BE ONE OF THE MOST CONVENIENT
AND COMMODIOUS EVER BUILT.
Property Will Surely Enhance !
SECURE YOUR LOTS
Before tlie Prices Advance!
— --~~ mmmm ~
LOTS FOR SALE AT THE
Los Angeles Land Bureau,
20 WEST FIRST STREET/: WW,
G. W. FRINK, President.
Easton & Eldridge Company,
Secure your Lots before the Prices Advance.
Crowell, Lloyd & Stratton,
116 West First St.
Special Bargains in Acre Property.
10 acres on tho West Bide of Orange avenue, partly inside the City limits, house of; nine
rooms, barn, well with windmill aud tank. A fine opportunity for ye speculative eubdi
vlder. No 23. ' —-~-
-40 acres at I.ynwood Station of 8. P. R. R. Fine new house, good barn; also new milk
house into which flows artesian water. Magnificent flowing well, furnishes more water
than the whole place requires. Fruit trees of all varieties, vines, strawberries, Ac. A
perfect Gem. No. 14.
8 acres ou Alameda street, near Florence station, covered with vines and walnut trees.
, Abundance of water—fine for home or Investment. No. 4.
70 acres west of Florence about one mile. House of 7 rooms, barn, milk house, 3 riv
ers of water called artesian wells—orchard and vineyard for family use, 30 acres In alfalfa
; —worth a fortune to the purchaser. No. 22.
20 acres in Tnjauta District 5 miles from City, with stock, farming utensils on place and
furniture in house, barn, fine flowing well—lso fruft trees, 3000 vines, 6 acres fn alfalfa -
100 per cent, can be made on this. No. 27.
27J* acres about 2 miles west of Compton—house of 8 rooms, barn, well with mill - and
tank; 11 acres in vineyard 3 acres In gum trees, 2 acres in orchsrd, water piped over
yard. Cypress hedge iss front. (See this place.) No. 17,
I 18 acres in Fruit land, close to line of Raymond and Long Beach Electric Railroad; 13
II acres in grapcK; 5 seres in bearing fruit. A place that will pay. No. 40.
>■ 5 acres at corner of Figueroa street and Slausen avenue A sure thing. No. 41.
a 40 acres jnst west of Florence Station; all in* l "!*. This will be sold way down. V. H
n 40 acres adjoining above; also way down. No. »<>■
c 43 acres on Compton road, IU miles southwest of Florence Btatlou; house, barn, flow
!. Ing well, good orchard; 15 acres ft slfalfa. A farm that will pan. No. 38.
I- Bee our Wilmington town lots and acreage, as well "many other fine bargains.
Our Compton, Vernon and Florence lands, aa well asjtheir great flowing wells csnno
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