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ON THE BEACH.
Life On the Sand at Santa
A BACHELOR'S HOUSE.
The Preparation at Dinner by a
Team of Novices.
Very few people whose business
compels them to be component mem
bers of a bustling business community
can picture the pleasure that is to 1*
had, amid the seclusion of camp life.
Eighteen miles from I ,os Angeles is
situated the picturesque little seaside
resort of Santa Monica. Its advan
tageous location, with its high majestic
looking cliffs, luxuriant growth of
waving foliage, and broad expanse of
Jerel beach, give to it a world-wide
-reputation. At the present time,
along the beach extending for fully a
mile, is a long line of tente of every
shape, size and description. Among
them are a few wooden " houses,"
which loom up like palaces
beside shanties. Throughout the
day the doors are flung
wide open, and in front many of the
fair sex can be seen seated beneath
huge sun-bonnets or ''race-track
bats." enjoying the sea breeze as it is
wafted in from the ocean, and at the
same time deriving considerable satis
faction from observing the antics of
their dirty-faced little ones playing in
the sand. On last Wednesday even
ing it was the good fortune of a Her
ald reporter to receive an invitation
from the owner of one of the wooden
houses on the Santa Monica beach to
go down with him and spend the
night. After making a tour of the
town and notifying all his cred
itors that he was only going '
away for a few hours, and not to lie 1
uneasy in consequence. The 5 o'clock '
train was made. The newspaper man '
and his friend wore loaded down with j
huge bundles of edibles, and both ]
looked very much like the heads of
large families going home fully '
equipped on lodge night, so as to make '
a favorable impression upou their
wives. The train was crowded with
gentlemen, whose daily labors being ]
ended, had laid aside all their cares '
and thoughts of "booms" and corner '
lots. Merriment ruled supreme, and 1
many were the jokes that in- ]
term ingle 1 with the dense smoke
which filled the smoking car. 1
Arriving at Santa Monica, tho !
hotel on the cliff was boldly
entered, and the barkeeper's acquaint
ance was immediately made. As a !
result several bottles of "medicine"
found their way into the side coat \
pockets of the jolly pair. A horse car
was boarded, and in a few minutes '
the long, steep steps leading to the '
beach were reached. The ascent was
made after considerable puffing and
blow ing on the part of the newspaper !
man's corpulent companion. It occu
pied but a second's time to open the J
front door of the house, which was to :
afford the night's shelter. When it
swung upon its hinges a bachelor's '
den in all its disorder presented itself
to full view. The room was about
twenty feet long and ten feet
wide, with rather high "ceiling."
if such it mizht be called, from the
rafters of which suspended a week's
washing, including all tiie way from
bathing suits to dish rags of the stiff
and black variety. In the room was 1
one genuine bedstead, the clothes of
wiieh comprised a bundle of straw '
for a pillow and an old comforter and '
several grain sacks sewn together for '
a spread. They lay half on the floor 1
and half in a pail of water which stood j
beside it. Two other beds made of '
mattresses, to which were nailed four 1
pieces of scantling for legs, were also J
in the place. On one side of the
room was nailed a wide piece of rough 1
redwood board, which served the dual !
purpose of bureau and kitchen
table. On that table disorder
reigned supreme. About a week's '
dirty dishes were spread out at full •
length, but they were almost fully '
hidden from view by a delegation of ;
flies which had evidently fallen to
sleep from exhaustion. A full set of
toilet articles were hung up on the
floor, intermingled with several pairs
of pantaloons, a couple of coats, a cus-
Sidor upßide down, an old clock, a
uge carving-knife and a looking
glass. On the walls were posted a
number of comic pictures, which the
owner, with a feeling of pride, pointed
to and explained were indica
tive of refined taste. After
taking in the situation, the
thought occurred to the scrilie
that he was hungry, and that
dinner would never be prepared bysit
ting down. He and his compauion
took off their coats and after an hour's
hard work the house was finally tidied
no that standing-room was no lenger
at a premium. The dishes were all
thrown into a coal-oil can and taken
out on the beach back of the house, a
hose was connected with the hydrant
and the reporter held the nozzle and
directed a steady stream in the direc
tion of the improvised dish-pan. He
then went into the house in search of
a dish-towel with waich to polish off
the plates. One could not be found,
however, so a compromise was
made on a newspaper. He returned
and was horrified to find that an ugly
yellow dog was busily engaged in
wiping the plates. Nothing daunted
the djshpon was carried into the
house and the china was strung out on
the bed to drain while dinner was be
ing prepared. The coal oil stove was
next investigated and to the amaze
ment of the team it was found that it
needed filling. The coal oil can was
found in a pitiable state of emptiness.
The owner of the ranch cast a far
away look at the elegant porterhouse
steak spread on the floor for which he
had paid 00 cents, but the newspaper
man seize! a perfume bottle
and went out to borrow some
fuel for that stove. After
walking quite a distance a tent was
found, inside of which a lamp was
burning, and with the usual confi
dence of his profession, he walked in
and asked for some coaloil. It was
given with unusual generosity by the
owner of the tent. The stove was
filled up and a match was touched to
the wick, but it was no go. The
wicks had burned out und again the
■teak was placed in a dangerous posi
tion. An old sock was found under
the lied and it was put in as a wick.
In a minute a blaze lighted up the
stove, on top of which a hirpe bake
pan had lieen placed. The bottom of
the pan was covered with sweet oil
and when it began to whiz the
steak was thrown in. A small
pocket alcohol stove was lighted on
the " table," and the coffee-pot full of
water was placed upon it. When it,
Heathens I n ileal hy Christian
A visitor to Chinatown yesterday
afternoon would have noticed that
something unusual was on foot.
Groups of blear-eyed Mongolians
stood outside their dilapidated shan
ties, chattering In an excited manner,
gaziiig in the meanwhile at one of the
little residences, outside which a hack
was standing. A Hbbald reporter
who happened to be on the scene,
thirsting fer knowledge, approached
one of the little groups and inquired
as to the cause of so much commo
"Heap mallage pletty soon, allee
sauiee Mellican mallage, you wait and
see," poured forth from the lips of a
beetle-browed heathen in response to
the query, and at that moment from
the domicile in question emerged the
principal actors in the festivities. Ac
companied by their future fatal and
masters two fantasies in the peculiar
robes affected by the descendants of
I'an-Ku (the Chinese Adam)
trip|>ed in their own peculiar
fashion across the sidewalk
and into the carriage, followed
closely by the bridegrooms, each of
whom was attired in the full fledgings
of a Chinese dude. Away rolled the
hack amid a chorus of Chinese con
gratulations (the notes of which the
reporter lias unfortunately lost), and
the scribe, anxious to see the affair to
the "bitter end," traveled a la Weston
to the Court-house, at which historic
edifice he arrived just as the last Occi
dental was stepping from the hack.
Up the stairs towards Judge O'Mel
veny's court-room they went, and the
news of the unusual occurrence spread
ing quickly through the building
caused a rush of the curious which
made the old stairs creak again
with their unwonted load. The
ladies of the abstract company
mustered in full force, and an
other reinforcement arrived from
the Recorder's branch to do honor to
the occasion; but alas! all were ap
parently doomed to disappointment.
With smiles "childlike and bland"
the would-be Benedicts entered, not
into the public court-room but into
the private sanctum sanctorum of the
Judge who rules over the destinies of
Department 3, and as the last one
passed through the portals an able
deputy appeared upon the scene and
locked the door. "Oh, what a horrid
shame!" and such like ejaculations
from the lips of the fair penmaids fol
lowed this proceeding, and they stood
outside discussing the situation, while
some of the more enterprising
turned their attentions to the
keyhole. But one pertinacious miss
finally solved the problem. "By going
to the map room they could see every
thing," she said, and in that direc
tion a rush was instantly made, "The
sound of rustling skirts reminding one
of the sound of orange-laden zephyrs
soughing through acorn field," as a po
etic young rancher said, w ho was pres
ent.' From this point of vantage all was
plain sailing. There could be seen a
group of Confucians, their faces bear
ing heavenly (?) smiles, surrounding
the two happy couples who sat de
murely side by side while the law
dispeiiser went through the ceremonies
which the occasion called forth. "Look
out, Judge, you're marrying the wrong
man" some one suggested, as Judge
O'Melveny spoke to an individual
whose face bore an expression of
unusual happiness, but the genial
jurist evidently knew what he was
about, and after signing two or three
formidable documents, he announced
that the ceremony was over. "Salute
the bride, Judge," interpolated one of
the laughing femininities, who had
deserted her recording desk to sate
her Eve-like cariosity, but he only
smiled a sickly smile in response, and
waving his visitors adieu, tbe door
was thrown open, and, amid the
scathing criticisms of all present, the
happy quartette descended the stairs,
re-entered their carriage and were
soon lost t) sight in the whirligig of
the outer world.
.norc than 5510,000 Subscrip
Another meeting of those interested
in the building of a hotel on the cor
ner of Tenth and Main streets was
held last evening in the hall over en
gine house No. 2, on Ninth street, Dr.
M. Hagan in tiie chair and quite a
number present. Those who were in
possession of subscription lists re
ported that they had secured the fol
lowing subscriptions during the day:
E. N. McDonald $1000, D. McFarland
$1000, Mrs. S. Dalev $500, F. X. Eb
erle $500, 0. Willard $500, A. Nusser
$500, .Mrs. M. A. de Woodworth $1000,
Los Angeles Furniture Company
$1000, (i. W. Tubba $1000, C. E. Day
$500, G. J. Griffith $1000, A. L. Bur
bank $2000, John C. Grosser $250,
John Lang $250, Wm. H. Avery $250,
E. F. Kvsor $250, A. E. Pomerov
$250, George A. Vignolo $250, B. /.
' Ueeve $250, Mrs. C. G. Brown $250,
j L Lyon & Son $1000, B. Sanders
$500, Chas. < lollmer $500. I. Ballade
$1000, J. M. MoUe ifIOOO, H. 1). Bar
rows $500, A. W. Barrows $500, J. N.
Van Nuys $1000, Geo. P. McLean
$500, [, A. Lothian $250, Seymour <St
Johnson $250, John Crimmins $500,
Frank McCoye $500, S. A. Madison
$500, J.W. Robinsonssoo. Tbeseadded
to those theretofore secured amount
made the total $510,500. It had been
announced that the incoriwration
would take place as soon as $500,000
had lieen subscribed and as soon as
the day's result was announced it was
moved and carried that every sub
scriber be present at a meeting to be
held to-night for the especial purpose
of incorporating. On motion of Col.
Howland it was decided to keep tho
subscription list open until to-night,
and if possible raise the amount to
$550,000 or even $600,000. It is ex
pected that quite a number will sub
scribe to-day, since it is a certainty
that the hotel will lie constructed.
The land which has lieen given lor
the hotel by Messrs. Hammel & Den
ker and which is valued at $150,000,
will be added to the amount sub
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING, IT, 188 T.
scribed and it is expected that tho
company will be incorporated with
$750,000 capital. After deciding to
advertise a call for the Meeting this'
.* evening an adjournment was taken.
I DR. FRaELAND, of the M. K. Chares !
says tliat two bottles of Oilmore's Aromatla
Wine cured his wife of Nervoua Debility
and Blecpleasness. For sale by C. P. Hclnie
saan, agent, Loa Angelea.
/stvtftmtKe—Ah a specific against eonta- j
glon, and an efficacious remedy for sudden I
and severe roughs, colds, asthma, tho pile»,
wires, freckles, f.ml breath, etc.. there i* no
remedy equal to the celebrated Em II Kreae's
1 Hamburg Tea. It purifies th» blood,
cleanses the stomach and bowels, and gives
! the whole system a healthy and delightful
tone. There never was a mediuiuo for the
nursery equal to It.
began to boil the coffee was looked|
I for but nothing but an empty bag
could be found. The " borrowing
act" was again renewed and the coffee
made. Dinner was at last cooked and"
spread out upon the table before the
admiring gaze of the glutonous
campers. Dinner was disposed of in
short order, and without any thought
of removing the dishes the camwers
hunted for their pipes and took a stroll
upon the beach.
Several hours were spent in pleasant
conversation, and the wooden house
was again started for. A swim was
suggested, and in the costume of a
Georgia Major the pair waddled out
into the cold darkness. The swim was
had nevertheless, aad with a tired,
weary feeling, the campers lay down
ADVICE TO MOTHERS.
Un. WINSLOWB SOOTHING SYRt'PidvmM
always be mm\ f..r IIULIHtKX TEETH INC
It SOOTHES the I'HII.O, SOFTENS th. <;I'M.S.
allay, all sain. CURE* WIND fot.K'. and I.
the liI'STI.'KMEDYIor MAIUUIiKA. TWHN
TV FIVE CmNTfl A UOTTI.K
A woman's friend. J
Tenta at Foy's harness ahop, 217 Loa Aa
How is this for Cheapness?
$•-'5, *:ir>, and *r>o a lot in th« city. In
quire at No. 1 Market street, room 11.
Where la Business Drifting?
In the vicinity of the S. P. R. R. ni>w depot,
ou the Walfskill tract.
The Bureau Saloon,
308 N. Main atreet, wilt be opened on BetUr
dny eveninir, September 17th, by Mack,of
tbe St. Elmo, and (leorge, of MeOiuuia'.
WHY WILL YOU SUFFER from A (rue and
Miliaria when fJilmore'i Aromatic Wine will
cure you.—C F, Heinzeman, agent, laib An
If you wnnt a cood appetite, drink
Damiana Hilter*. Michel Levy & Co., whole
! sale liquor dealers, agents.
HI ISC'KI.I.ANI'.OI N
THE LATEST AND BEST!
Try them once and and you will use them
ALBERT MAU & CO., Sole Agent*, a F.
THE UNDERSIGNED, MI'S. DOC, FROM
King's college, Cambridge, England,,
will be glad to receive students on the piano,
violin and in the cultivation of the voice iv
the artistic English, French aud Italian
styles. A varied experience of thirty-rive
veurs is respectfully ottered to the public.
For terms and circulars please apply at resi
dence, 4113 South vort street.
,13.1 m C.G.ST. CLAIR.
THB BKAU TIV TT I*.
A DAILY STAGE leaves Pasadena twice a
day (except Sunday) for the beautiful La
Canada, the loveliest mountain resort in the
State. A boarding-house has been erected
at that place for the entertainment of visit
ors and a railroad from Pasadena will soon
reach that place. The new town of La
Canada is destined to be one of the most de
lightful In the world. Stage leaves corner
of Colorado nnd Fair Oaks avenue, Pasade
na, at 10:30 a. v. and 5 P. M. 116 lit
Notice of Sale in Partition.
IS THE SUPERIOR COURT OF TIIE
County of Los Angeles, State of Califor
Leah Dreyfus et al, plaintiffs, vs. Eman uel
L Goldstein et al, defendants. No. 6413
In pursuance of au order snd decree of the
Superior Courtof the County of Los Angeles,
State of California, made iv the above en
titled action dated the—day of September,A.
D., 1887, the undersigned, referee in parti
tion, will sell at public auctiou, to the high
est bidder ana subject to confirmation by
suid Court nt the Market street door entrance
to the ofliee of the County Clerk of said Los
Angeles County at the Court House in the
city of Los Angeleß in said county on Satur
day the 15th day of October A. D., 1887 at
11 o'clock A. M., the following described
real estate Bituatc in the County of Lob Au
geles and State of California to-wit:
Those certain seven (7) Vineyard lots sit
uate in the township of Anaheim in said
county known and designated us Viueyurd
lota "C six" (C 6) "D six" (D ti) "E one (E 1)
"F one" (F 1) "U three" (G 3) and "H three"
(H 3) containing each -0.4.10 acreß of hind
aud all of Vineyard lot. "E six" (E ti) except
one acre thereof in a square form in the
northeast corner of said lot; and which is
particularly described iv a deed from B.
Dreyfus et al to Wm L. Miller, recorded iv the
office of the County Recorder of said county
In book 47 of deeds, page 524, to which
deed reference is made for further descrip
tion of said one acre and all of which lota
are more particularly described aud deline
ated on a map made by George Hansen, sur
veyor, a copy of which is auuexed to a deed
executed by The Los Angeles Vineyard So
ciety to the Anaheim Water Company, and
recorded in the office of County Recorder of
said County of Los Angeles, in book 4 of
deeds at page 624 and which deed beurs
date the 'id day of January A. D., 1860 aud
to which aB well as said record thereof refer
ence is hereby made for further and,more
Also all that certain tract or parcel of land
situate, lying aud being in said County of
l.os Angeles, State of Calif Ornish ,unded and
particularly described as follows to-wit:
Commencing at the northwest corner of
Zeyn s portion of the tract known as Anaheim
addition and running thence along the
southern boundary of the original Anaheim,
south 74 l a ' degrees west, 50.12 chains to the
southwest coruer of Baid "Original Ana
heim"; thence south degrees cast 20
chains: thence north degrees east 50.12
chains, thence north 15U degrees west 20
chains to the point of beginning, containing
95.24 acres of land, and being tbe same land
conveyed to llenjamiu Dreyfus by John P.
Zeyn and Henry Bremmerman by deed
dated February 25, 1871, and recorded iv
the office of the County Recorder of said
I aw Angeles County in book 18 of deeds,
page 217 to which deed and said record
thereof reference is hereby made for further
and more particular discription together
with all and singular the hereditaments and
appurtenances thereunto belonging or in
Terniß of sale: Cash in lawful money of
the United States of America, payable on
confirmation of sale by said Court. Deed at
expense of purchaser.
WM. S. WATERS,
Dated Lob Angeles, September 17, 1887.
Are You Bilioiu?
Tit*. ftr(/mlml*>r newer fmils to owr«. I nv* :
. erfufly recommend it tv all whs suffer fr'na
JiUtms Attack* or any Diastase causae! by a du
>rrang*d state of i»« Liver.
Kansas City, Uu. W. R BERNARD.
Do Ton Want Good Digestion ?
, .**fftrmt m* tensely vfhFkttt ,iiwM«aA,,7,
vch*; ettt. A neighbor, mho had foM JlmnwffUf
UMT Regulmtor, toid pit* it was c aure cure for mv
rouble, Tne first uW&' i :»bU relieved me very
vurh, mnd in ene week's tiSMS I was as strona and
tarty as I ever mas. It in the h< *t tss-ttdieino
f t>rt»r took for Dyepepaia*
Richmond, Va. H. G. CRENSHAW.
Do You Suffer from Constipation 9
Testimony oi" ITikam Warnpr Ch.cf-jM-tic a
.a.: "1 have m*A Liver K-gul-tor ....
;oustipatk>n of Hi) caused by r. temporal y
Uiar.gemunt o!" the Liver, for the last three m
cm yean, and always frith deoided btmrjlt."
Have Yon Malaria ?
t have had experience with Simmons Liver JtegmU
ator since 1865, and regard tt cs the great fat
Wtedteine of thf tiinea for diaeiiaoa pvcit
,iar to ntottirinf r> (/ion*. So gooa a medi
ine deserves universal commendation,
REV. M. B. WHARTON,
,'or. Secy Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
Safer and Better than Calomel!
I have been subjetft to scv-r: *pc)K of Congestion
of th* Liver, and have ncen in the habit of
fr>m istoaograinsnf calomel, which generally Li
me up for three or four days. Lately I have lieor.
:*fcingSimmon* Liver R.-ulaior.which tzaveme r*.
•ef, without am/ interruption to buHnetca
MIDDLBI*OHT, Ohio. J. KUGii.
MAIN STREET HOTEL.
— TtTrv NOW=
The Last Chance to Buy Cheap Lots in
this Beaiatiful Townsite.
$150 TO $300 PER LOT
FOR SHORT TIME ONLY.
Monthly Installments. : - : : : No Interest.
We* have ABUNDANCE cf PURE WATER, which will be pipsd along every street from an
Some of the material has arrived, and our Motor Road will be running October 15th, 1887.
$13,000 Hotel in course of construction, nnd a number of Dwellings will be built at once by
many of our numerous purchasers.
RAPID TRANSIT and Cheap Fare will make the TOWNSITE OF ROSECRANS
The Future Place for Suburban Homes I
ALL PRICES WILL BE RAISED IN A FEW DAYS.
i3>- FREE CARRIAGES DAILY.
d'ARTOIS & WEBB, Owners,
ROOMS 8 AND 9, WILSON BLOCK, 24 WEST FIRST STREET.
WHO ARE THE LUCKY TEN ?
Stephens Place, at Monrovia
Subdivided into 100 Lots and Sold oa the Installment Plan at
the Uniform Price of
$385=KACH = $385
$100 Cash, and the Balance in Monthly Installments of $Is,
10 Valuable Prizes, Including 7 Handsoie Cottages
To be Given Away to the Purchasers of the Lots.
This beautiful subdivision is situated at the thriving city of Monrovia,
within three minutes' walk of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Depot and
Street Railway. It is one of the moal highly improved places in the county,
being set to every variety of deciduous and citrus fruits, all of which are now
in successful bearing. A row of stately Eucalyptus, twelve years old, sur
round the tract. One house on the tract cost $3000. There are four cottages
now buslt, costing no less than $1500 "each, and two additional ones being
built. Two lots have good barns on. One has a good cistern. All of which
Mr. Stephens proposes to
To the purchasers of the lots. A large reservoir is now constructed and will
be deeded to the purchasers of the property. Pipes are laid to every lot,
and the water supply is unlimited, being under the famous DUARTE SYS
TEM, which everybody knows is one of the best in the country, coming, as it
does, from the well known SAN GABRIEL CANON.
As soon as the lots are all sold the drawing will occur at some public
place, at which each purchaser will be notified and requested to attend.
The Chance of a Lifetime! Do Not! iss the Opportunity!
These lots will be picked up quickly. Every one worth more than the
price asked without any improvements,
Sale Opens Friday, September 2d,
AT THE OFFICE OF
BEN. E. WARD, Sole Agent.
NO, 4 COURT ST., LOS ANGELES.
FOR SALE ON EASY TERMS!
23,000 ACRES OF THE FAMOUSLY RICH
IS NOW IN THE MARKET,
IN 10-ACRE LOTS
The Whole Tract Lies Near Pomona and Ontario.
IN SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY,
Which has fine public improvements, cash ahead, and enjoys the Lowest
Thousands of acres are moist and need no irrigation, and may bo made
immediately profitable by cultivating Small Fruits, garden vegetables
alfalfa, etc. The immense size of the Ranch enables buyers to choose tract*
exactly suitable to Vegetables and Alfalfa; to Oranges, Limes and Lemons; to
Olives, Grapes, Pears, Prunes, Peaches, Plums, Apples and Berries; to Walnuts
and other Nuts—all staple products, with steady and improving markets.
FULL-BEARING ORCHARDS & VINEYARDS
Are growing thriftily WITHOUT IRRIGATION, on lands immediately adjoin
ing the dryest part of the Chino lands. No other lands in the State give surer
guarantee of largest profits (at so small cost) realized in the growth of vege
tables and all citrus and deciduous fruits, and from
$200 TO $1,000 PER ACRE ARE REALIZED
In different parts of the State from many products.
The Soil is of Unequaled Fertility.
It is mainly decomposed vegetable matter, with sand enough to prevent bak
ing in dry, and becoming muddy in wet weather.
MOISTCRE READILY RISES TO THE SURFACE.
The whole tract is smooth, devoid of brush ond ready for the plow, with
out gulches or rocks, with a uniform slope of 20 to 40 feet to the mile —just
right for best drainage without washing.
Artesian and Surface Water
18 PURE, PLENTIFUL AND SOFT.
Artesian is flowing from weells 150 to 300 feet on different parts of the
tract, and an abundance of unfailing surface water from 6to 18 feet. More
artesian wells are being sunk. Plentiful supply is assured. ,
THE TITLE IS ABSOLUTELY PERFECT.
Kailroad facilities are good and will soon be better. Depots of the twe
great Overland Lines are near. Surveys have been made through the heart
of tract by the Pomona & Ellsnore and Southern Pacific companies, and a
railroad will soon be built connecting directly with two competingoyerland lines,
insuring low fares and freights to nil inland and seaboard cities in the United
THE : TOWN : OF : CHINO
Is eligibly located in the center of the tract, with large lots, broad streete,
alleys and reservations for spacious parks. It will have steam and motor
roads and artesian water. It is certain to be the Business Center for a large
extent of the richest land in California.
The tract now offered will support Two Thousand Famiukb. Buildings are
going up. Many are decided ui>on, with newspaper, bank, etc. The land ia
offered at very low prices at which high interest can lie made upon the cost .
No other equally valuable land is oflered so cheap. Prices are sure to rapidly
advance. The most critical inspection is invited.
HOME-SEEKERS, INVESTORS AND SPECULATORS
Should examine this property before purchasing. One-third cash, and bal
ance in one and two years, at 8 per cent, interest.
Carriages and drivers already to show the property.
RICHARD GIRD, Prop.