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THE COUNCIL.
Thomas J. Cuddy Elected
Chief of Police.
THE CITY HALL PROPOSITION.
A Long and Busy Session of the
Legislators of This
City.
The City Council met yesterday
morning, President Humphreys in
the chair, and Messrs. Hanley,
Caddy, Cohn, Hiller, Sinsabaugh,
Lovell, Matthews, Bosbysheil, Teed,
Barrett, Collins, Johnson, Gibbs and
Chandler present.
After the reading and adoption of
the minutes, the following business
was transacted:
President Humphreys warned the
people in the lobby that order must
be kept. Ne applause, hissing or
other demonstrations would be per
mitted, and he instructed the officer
in attendance to see that nothing of
that kind occurred.
A message from Mayor Workman
calling attention to the condition of
the street in front of the United States
Hotel was read. The contractor had
torn up the street sixty days ago, and
he recommended that tho contractor
be notified to fix the street.
Mr. Cohn moved that the Board, of
Public Works notify the contractor to
commence the work in five days or
«lse his contract would be abrogated.
Adopted.
Another message from the mayor
stated that he had received a notice
of the evacuation of a lot adjoining
the City Hall for a building, and re
commended that action be taken to
protect the City Hall. Adopted.
officers' report.
The City Auditor presented his list
of balances in the city funds. Refer
red to the Finance Committee.
City Justice Austin reported the
collection of $115.70 fines in Decem
ber. Refen ed to Finance Com - ittee.
The Chief of Police reported the
collection of $70 delinquent licenses
in December. Referred to Finance
Committee.
The Zanjero reported as to the arti
cles in his possession. Referred to
Zanja Committee.
COMMITTEE REPORTS.
The Land Committee recommended
that a queit claim deed issued to A.
Weill, Adopted.
Recommended that the Ladies' Be
novelent Society bt) requested to meet
the committee and state the amount
ot land needed, and if a proper loca
tion can be found for the home, that
the petition be granted. Adopted.
Recommended that the land on the
east side of the river, inside the levee,
between Downey avenue and the Bue
na Vista stree bridge, be set aside
for the corporation yard. Adopted.
The Gas Committee reported that
the petitions for additional electric
lights would receive a.tention as soon
as the electric light company was in
condition to increase the number of
lights. Received and filed.
Mr. Hanley t-aid that there was a
60-foot mast in East Los Angeles
Which had not been lit but three times
in the past month. He thought that
the President of the company should
be called before* the Council to ex
plain..
Messrs. Cuddy and Teed said that
they had seen no bills for light and
should not audit them for the full
amount.
Mr. Sinsabaugh said he was satis
fied the city was not getting ihe worth
of its money, but to save time the
city ought to employ an expert.
The Zanja Committee recommended
that the petition of the Montana
Tract Co. to sail boats on Reservoir
Wo. 4 be granted under the same con •
ditions and restrictions as given by
Mr. Ransom, and with a bond suffi
cient to hold the city harmless from
damages caused by accidents.
Adopted.
The Board of Health recommended
that act ion on tbe election of a health
officer be deferred for two weeks.
Adopted.
The Fire Commissioners recom
mended that the Clerk advertise for
two weeks for several fire engines.
Adopted.
PUBLIC WORKS.
The Board of Public Works reported
as follows:
On petition of H. L. Stevenson to have tbe
grade cnanged at the corner of Temple and
Castelar streets, recommend the same be
referred to City Surveyor to tee the contract
and report to the Council. Adopted.
On petition of E. C. Burlingame for ex
tension of one week's time to eompletc the
overflows at reservoir No. 4, recommend
the same be granted. Granted.
On petition of Los Angeles and Glendale
Motor Road for further time to complete
their road, recommend the same be referred
to City Attorney to report to the Couucil
whether they have power to extend the
time. Adopted.
On petition of John Itisk et al to have
grade established on Ventura street west of
Vernon avenue, recommended the same be
referred to City Surveyor to prepare profile.
Adopted.
On petition of Wm. Anderson etal. to have
Ventura sticet graded from the western ter.
minus to Vernon avenue, recommend the
name bo referred to City Surveyor to prepare
profile. Adopted.
On petition of C. T. Valiant to have Pine
street, between Main and Hill streets, grad
ed under the Vrooman Act, recommend
that notices of intention be published. Ad
opted.
On petition of F. Sabichi et al, to have the
poles used by the c lectric road on Seventh
street, from Alameda to San Pedro streets,
removed, as petitioners had engaged M.
Marshall to'grade and gravel said street,
recommended, that the mutter be. deferred
until viewers had returned a report. Ad
opted.
Gn petition of E. C. Burlingame to have
the railroad join him in grading Temple
street from Union avenue to Deuudry av
enue, recommended that the same bo re
ferred to Street Superintendent. Adopted,
On petition of F. B. Colony to have the
grade changed on Figueroa street from Dia
mond to state streets, rt'COiflrnepd it be re
ierred to the City "urveyor. Adopted.
On retitign of J. A. Graves to havo grade
established on Montgomery and Ocean
Streets from the west line of Figueroa street
tothe east line of Bush street, recommend
that the City Surveyor prepare profile.
Adopted.
On petition of S. M. Thayer et. al., to have
tbe grade established on Pine strtet, be
tween Hill and Grand avenue, finder the
Vrooman act, recommended thut notice of
Intention be published. Adopted.
On petition of W. R. Haizlip et al, to have
the lines of Mozart street established, and
that said street be made sixty feet w ide;
recommended the same be granted, pro
vided said petition includes sidewalks.
Adopted.
On petition of E. C. Burlingame, to have
If sin street and Washington Garden street
car Une unite with him in grading Main
street between Waahington and Jefferson
streets; recomraeniledthat they lie notified
to comply with the prayer. Adopted.
On petition of Charles Raskin for permis
sion to take Band and rock from the city
land on Buena Vista street at the foot of
Aurora street, recommended his petition
be granted, providing he commences on
the south side of Aurora and canics on the
grade of Buena Vista street and deposit all
surplus material in vacant lot on Downey
avenue on the north side under the supervi
sion of tbe Street Superintendent, and
places no obstructions on Buena Vista
street. Adopted.
On petition of Mrs. Goldstein to have pro
visions made fur the piping of storm water
on Hope street near Sixth street, recomm
ended the same be referred to the Street
Superintendent. Adopted.
On petition of tbe Second Street cable
road to place switches along its Una, recom
mended the same be granted, provided said
switches do not Interfere with sewers.
Adopted.
On petition of W. H. Shed et al., pretest
ing the present grade of Flower street from
Pine to Washington, recommended the pe
tion he put on file. Adopted.
On motion of Mr. Barrett the notice
of intention to establish the grade of
Daly street tothe bridge across Arroyo_
Seco was ordered published.
A draft of a contract With MackeyA
Jones to build an engine house on the
east side of the river was read and ap
proved.
Mr. Barrett called attention to the
fact that the city was in need of a
street sweeper. He therefore moved
that the Board of Public Works be
authorized to buy a machine. Amend
ed so that the Board of Public Works
obtain information as to the best ma
chines, cost, etc. Adopted.
Mr. Chandler asked what disposi
tion was to be made of his refuse.
Mr. Johnson, tha contractor, said that
the dumping ground was on the river
bed near the Coiton bridge.
The Council then went into execu
tive session, after which an adjourn
ment until 10 o'clock was taken.
Afternoon Session.
The Council reconvened, President
Humphreys in the chair, and a full
membership present.
Upon request of Mr. Humphreys,
Mr. Lee was heard on the opening of
Los Angeles street. He stated that
the agreement was that Mrs. Bigelow
was to receive $12 000, of which the
city was to pay $7000. Of this she
had received only about $4000, leaving
a deficiency of about $3000, which he
asked be appropriated to pay the de
ficiency. If Mrs. Bigelow was not
paid the balance he would be com
pelled to have the judgment of the
Superior court set aside,
City Attorney Daly said that when
a piece of land had to be taken for
street purposes the charter provided
that all property abutting on the street
shonld be assessed. Airs. Bigelow
owned other property abutting on the
street, and there was no reason why
she should not be made to pay her as
sessment as well as the other property
owners.
On motion of Mr. Cohn the matter
was referred to the Finance Com
mittee.
Captin Barrett moved that the
Council proceed to ballot for Chief of
Police.
Mr. Humphreys then stated that
the Council would go into nomina
tions.
Mr. Chandler objected, on the
ground that the nominations had
been closed at the last meeting.
Mr. Lovell moved that the Council
go into nomination for Clue of Police.
Mr. Humphreys said he did nt be
lieve in "gag law," and would rule
that Mr. Lovell's motion was in order.
Mr. Sinsabaugh moved that nomi
nations be reopened.
Mr. Cohn called attention to the
fact that two weeks ago Tuesday the
election had been postponed two
weeks, and the election could not
take place on a Monday.
Mr. Barrett appealed from the de
cision of the Chair, that his motion
was out of order.
Mr. Chandler said he had no ob
jection to the reopening of the nomi
nations if done in a regular order.
The minutes were then produced
and did not show that the nomina
tions had been closed.
On motion of Mr. Cuddy the vote
setting the time for two weeks from
Tuesday two weeks ago was reconsid
ered.
The Chair then ruled that nomina
tions were in order.
Mr. Cohn then nominated Emil
Harris.
Mr. Collins nominated Terrence E.
Cooney.
Mr. Sinsabaugh seconded the nomi
nation.
Captain Barrett nominated Thomas
J. Cuddy.
Mr.Gibbs nominated Captain Darcy.
Mr. Cohn moved that nominations
close.
Mr. Chandler seconded the nomina
tion of T. J. Cuddy.
The Chair then declared the nomi
nations closed and appointed Messrs.
Chandler and Johnson tellers.
The ballots were then prepared,
and, when counted, showed the fol
lowing result: Cuddy, 6; Cooney, 4;
Harris, 2; Darcy, 3.
The second ballot resulted as fol
lows: Cuddy, 6; Coonev, 5; Harris,
2; Darcy, 2.
Mr. Collins moved that the vote to
cast ballots be reconsidered because
Mr. Cuddy was a candidate and prob
ably was voting for himself. He
would not say that he was, but no
one knew lie was not, and it was con
trary to law for a member to vote for
a contract in which he was interested.
The motion to reconsider was lost by
a vote of 9 to G.
Mr. Chandler moved that the can
didate having the lowest vote on the
third ballot be dropped. Adopted.
The third ballot was then taken,
and resulted as follows: Cuddy ti,
Cooney 5, Harris 2, Darcy 2.
The fourth ballot resulted as follows:
Cuddy 7, Cooney 0, Harris 0, Darcy 2.
The Presitlent then declared the
name of Darcy dropped, and the fifth
ballot resulted as follows : Cuddy 8,
Cooney 7.
President Humphreys then de
clared Mr. Cuddy elected Chief of
Police.
Mr. Cuddy announced that he
would tender his resignation as a
member of the Council and withdrew
from the Council Chamber.
A contract with architects Lambie
and Jackson to approve the sewer
plans was read and approved.
The special committee on the City
Hall reported that the St. Vincent
Hotel Company had offered to sell to
the city the block bounded by Fort,
Hill. Sixth and Seventh streets for
$450,000; $150,000 cash and allow
toOO.OOO for the properties of the city
on Fort and Second streets. The
„pecitl cvpimittoe recommended that
the proposition be accepted. Mr.
Lovell moved that action be post
poned fur a week. Mr. Cohn moved
that as an amendment the City At
torney draw up an ordinance calling
for a special election.
"Mr. Chandler moved to amend by
laying the whole matter on the table;
lost.
Mr. Barrett accepted Mr. Cohn's
amendment, which was carried by a
vote of 8 to 5. Messrs. Cohn and
Barrett offering to pay all expenses of
election.
Mr. Collins moved that the City
Attorney prepare an ordinauce cal
ling an election for Councilman from
the Second Ward to fill tho place
made vacant by the resignation of T.
J. Cuddy. Laid over.
The City Attorney reported that
Prosriect Park had been dedicated to
the city. Spread on the minutes.
An ordinance requiring permits be
fore erecting buildings was read and
referred to the Board of Public Works.
The Finance Committee recom
mended that the petition of Mrs. Sue
Amestoy to be allowed to redeem
propeity be granted. Adopted.
1 Recommended that the petition of
LOS ANGELES HERALD: TTJESDAT MORNING. JANUARY 17, 1888.
Martin and Crittenden be denied
Adopted.
Recommended that McCarthy make
a deed to tbe city. Adodted.
Recommended that the Pound ordi
nance be referred tothe City Attorney
to frame an ordinance. Adopted.
PETITIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS.
The following petitions and com
munications were read and referred
to the proper committees.
From Jose Mascarel asking for a quit
claim deed.
From Hiscock <fc Smith asking for a iiuit
claim deed.
From L. 8. Thompson asking exclusive
permission to place pleasure boots ou the
proposed lake of the Seventh s reet park.
From E. W. Lewis asking for a rebate of
$0 50 taxes.
From Mrs. C. Fitzgerald asking that the
grade of Emmet avt nue be establish., d.
Petitiou ef M. Hagan to make a partial
grade on Eighth ttreet, from Alvarado to
Grand View avenue.
From Geo. H. Litell asking that the city
refund $14.54 taxes.
From John (;. Schreck asking that the
grade ol Albeitlne, Adelaide and Euclid
streets be es ablished.
From Mrs. 0. Fitzgerald asking permission
to pike /.un in 8 R.
FromJohnT Hogan, et al petitioning the
city to grade, gravel and curb Seventh street,
between Sau Pedro and Main.
From Frank Prescott et al., asking for an
electric light at the corner of Alta steeet
and Downey avenue.
From H. C. Witncret al., asking that the
city build a walk across Secoud street on
the west side of Foit
From George Asnot, et al., stating that
they are satisfied with the present grade of
Virgin street between Yale street and Doau
dry avenue.
From R. L, Crowda, asking for a rebate of
$3 90 taxes.
From Johh B. Bird, protesting against the
grsding of a portion of his laud for s reet
purposes.
From Johu E. Jackson, protesting agniust
the manner in which Daly stnet is being
graded.
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Special Notice to Grading Contractors.
WE HAVE JOST RECEIVED FROM
rHE AMERICAN ROAD-MACHINE CO.
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STREET aud GRADING purposes:
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nachine over offered to the public, and injects all requirements of modern rqad makers.
■b REVERSIBLE, and will plow smoothly iv the most obstinate material, where an ordi
mry plow will not penetrate. PKICE, 5215.
rhe LITTLE GIANT WHEEL SCRAPER. $Wft"SS
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jound of earth. PKICII, *«;!.>. Send for circulars, or call and 6ee machines.
walterlTliawley & CO.,
56, 68 &70 N. Los Angles y|Los Angeles/CaL
MWEI OT TRAVEL*
Pacific Co.
GOODALL, PERKINS 4 CO..General Agents
SAN FRANCISCO.
NORTHERN ROUTES
Embrace lines for Portland, Or.; Victoria, B.
OgaM Puget Sound, Alaska and all coast
i SOUTHERN ROUTES.
TlnkeTablo for January, 1888.
COMING 80UTH. GOING NORTH.
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§ueen of Pac Dec. 31 Jan. 2 Jan. 4 Jan. (>
uritka Jan. 2 " 4 " 5 " 8
Santa Rosa.. " 4 " 6 " 8 "10
Los Angeles. " 6 " 8 " 9 "12
Queen of Pac " 8 " 10 " 12 "14
EuH-ka " 10 "12 " 13. "10
Santa Rosa. " 12 " 14 " 1(1] "18
LoslAngcles. " 14 " 11! " 17 "20
Queen of Pac " IS " 18 " 20 "22
Eureka "18 "20 " 21 "24
Santa Rosa. " 20 " 22 " 24 "20
LoslAngeles. " 22 " 24 " 23 "28
Queen of Pac " 24i " 2(> " 28 "30
Eureka .... " 2«! " 28 " 29 Feb. 1
SanEa Rosa . " 28 " 30 Feb. 1 " 3
LoslAngeles. " 30 ; Fcb. 1 " 2 " 5
Que'euuf Pac; Feb. 1 " 3 " 5 " 7
I |
Tbe steamers Santa Rosa and Queen of Pa
citib leave San Pedro for San Diego ou the
dates of their arrival from San Francisco,
and on their trips between San Pedro and
Sail Francisco cal! at Santa Barbara and Port
HaMora (San Luis Obispo) only. The Eure
ka aud Los Angeles call at all wav ports.
Ckrs to connect with steamers leave S. P.
R. R. depot, l.os Angeles, as follows: With
Sailta Rosa and Queen of Pacific at 9:40
o'clock a. M. With IjOs Augeles and Eureka,
going uorth, at 4:50 o'clock r. m.
passage or freight as abovo or for
tickets to and from
All Important Points in Europe,
APPLY TO
j 11. IfflcEEl-iUAN, AGENT.
Office, No. 8 Commercial St., Los Angeles
Southern Pacific Company;
[pacific system.]
Wednesday December 21, 1887,
Trains leave and are due to arrive at
Anqblbb Daily as Follows:
LEAVE ARRIVE
roE. DESTINATION. from.
0:15 A. M Banning 7:20 P. M.
4:20 p. M Banning 10:00 a. m.
6:15 A. M Coiton 7:20 p. M.
9:10 A. M Coiton.? 4:15 P. M.
41.20 P. M Coiton 10:00 A. m.
5:25 p. m Coiton 8:30 A. M.
G:l5 a. M. ..Deming and East.. 7:20 p. v,
0:15 a. m. ..El Paso and East.. 7:20 p. M.
4:35 r. M Fernando 8:30 A. M.
fl:40 a. m. 4:25 p. M
4:50 P. m. 8:45 A. w,
3;SSJ:S:I I
ff:4s A, m. ... .Santa Barbara.... 4:35 p. v.
L;3O p. M.jSan Fran and Sac'to 1:00 P. K.
8:05 p. M. San Fran and Sac'to 5:30 A. M.
9:20 A. M.i Santa Ana & Anah'm 3:45 P. M.
4:40 p. M. ;Santa Ana & Anah'm 8:35 A. M.
9:30 A. M Santa Monica ... 12:20 P. X
•jotOOA M ...Santo Monica.... »7:30 p. M
1:00 P. M Santa Monica ... 4:20 P. M.
5:00 A. M Santa Monica.... 8:20 p. M.
6:15 A. M. ...San Bernardino... 7:20 p. H.
9:10 A. M ...San Bernardino... 4:15 r. M,
4:20 p. m. ...San Bernardino... 10:00 A. y.
*SUNL-»VSONLY.
Connects at Coiton with Motor Eoad for
San Bernardiuo.
A. N. TOWN'E, General Manager.
T. H. GOODMAN,
Sen'l Pas'ger and Ticket Agt, San Francisco'
E. E. HEWITT,
Superintendent, Los Angeles.
C. F. SMURR,
janl-3m Asst. G. P, and F. A.. Los Angeles.
California Central Railroad 1 ,
"SANTA EE ROUTE.'*
On and after Sunday, January Ist, 1888,
trains leave and arrive at First Street station
as follows:
Leave. Los Angeles. Arrive.
A 7:00 A. M. San Beruaidino A 10:40 A.M.
A 7:23 A. M. Kansas City Ex. A 9:05 P.M.
A 8:05 a. m. Sau Diego " A 7:43 a.m.
B 9:15 A. M. Latnanda Parkß Ii:27A.M.
A 9:15 a. M.l Port Ballona Ex |A 4:00f.m.
B 12:25 p. m. Olendora A ceo. B 3:45 P.M.
A 1:30 P. M. I Port Ballona Ex IA 12:30 p.m.
A 4:00 p. M. Sau Bdo Accom A 5:20 p.m.
B 5:00 p. M. Duarte " |B 8:25 a.m.
A , 5:15 p. M. Pt. Ballona " A 8:00 A.M.
Ai 5:30 p. m. San Diego Ex. A 4:50 p.m.
S ' 0:15 p. m. Duarte Accom. S 9190 A.M.
C 11:30 p. M. Duarte Theatre C 7,30 p.m.
A, dai!v»B, daily except Sunday; C, Tues
day, Thursday and Saturday; S, Sunday
only.
Depots foot of First street and Downey
avenue.
N. B.—No baggage handled at Downey
avenue Station.
Kansas City and San Diego trains do not
6top for passengers at Downey avenue.
City Ticket OQice, 239 North Main Street.
H. B. WILKINS.
General Passenger Agent.
J. N. Victor, Supt.
Chas. T. Parsons. Ticket Agent,
239 N. Main st., Los Angeles,
decl9
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Ifl 1 IV Hi II 111 Pan- Avictimof youth
-Ifi 111 nil ful imprudence, causing
ill 111 I AAV \J U premature decay, nerv
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tried in vain every known remedy, has dis
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send FRKE to his fellow sufferers. Address
C. J. MASON, Postolhce box 3179, New York
nltv
REAL, ESTATE. REAL, ESTATE.
THE OLINDA RANCH 1
Fertile Farms and Beautiful Villa Sites!
The linest portion of this ran"h, surrounding the BOOMING TOWN OF CARLTON, has been sub- .
divided into lots of from ono to twenty acres each, which are now on sale at first prices, being from
m OO RER ACEE UPWAEjDS.
Three-fourths of CARLTON was sold in 30 days and prices have advanced from 300 to 400 per cent., and this acre
age will rise in the same proportion.
This Land is Some of the Most Fertile in the Santa Ana Valley
And is highly improved and now producing a great variety of fine fruits, grain, alfalfa and grapes.
[Supply of ater
FOR BOTH IRRIGATION AND DOMESTIC USAGES. ' "
The Anaheim, Olinda and Pomona Railroad,
Now building, gives direct communication with Los Angeles and the sea.
HOTEL AND WATER WORKS IN COURSE OF CONSTRUCTION I
Also a $00,000-plant is building to develop the immense deposits of asphaltum and oil on the north
line of this ranch.
Fine View of Sea and Mountains and the
Neighboring Towns of
SANTA ANA, ORANGE, ANAHEIM AND
LONG BEACH.
o a r i , r r< > x!
Situated in the midst of this ranch, is rapidly taking its place as an important town and is now preparing foT
ELECTRIC LIGHTS, NKWhPAPHR, BANK BUSINESS BUILDINGS, in addition to thoie already built
and in constant course of construction.
The Principal Boulevard is also to be Paved Throughout with Asphaltum,
Making a Handsome Drive Through the Town and Ranch.
Products of is Ranch Cannot lie Excelled anywhere!
SAMPLES OF SAME ON EXHIBITION AT COMPANY'S OFFICE.
JOIN THE DAILY EXCURSION TO
FERTILE OLINDA. 1
TRAINS LEAVE 9:30 A. M.; RETURNING AT 3:45 P. M.
Further Particulars, Maps, etc., at Office ofihe
OLINDA RANCH COMPANY.
MAUhKE CLARK and GEO. W. PARSONS, Agents.
iaaisim 4:1 SOUTH FORT STREET.
South San Jacinto!
Hemet Land Co., Capital $1,000,000. Lake Hemet Water Co., Capital, $2,000,000,
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-:THE HEMET LAND COMPANY:™
Now offer for sale 7000 acres of the Best and Cheapest Land in Califor
nia at $150 r>er acre. Easy Terms. The heart of the magnificent San
Jacinto Valley, San Diego County
The only great valley as yet undeveloped and cheap. The richest of soil, abundance of water, and an elevation 05
-1600 to 1900 feet above sea level, making a climate that is delightfully warm, bracing and dry; the perfect
climate for all tliroat and lung troubles.
The Grandest Water Supply in the State!
Eighteen miles up in the mountains, at an elevation of 4375 feet, a granite dam costing $130,000 is being constructed
in Hemet valley, to hold the water which is supplied by the immense snow shed of Mt. San Jacinto, 10,987 feet
high, Mt. Tocwish and Mt. Herke. This will form LAKE PI 'MET, covering 600 acres at an average
depth of 65 feet, and containing 6,000,000,000 gallons, or 9000 miner's inches of water, enough to irrigate more than
100,000 acres of land. This water will be delivered in 22-inch iron pipes, under 723 feet fall. An inch of wato?
guaranteed to every eight acres, and water right conveyed with every acre sold.
N Q FOGS! UNTO 'FROST!
Unsurpassed for the finest Naval Oranges, Raisin Grapes, and all Deciduouß Fruits. South San Jacinto will he tho
city of Northern San Diego County. Broad streets and avenues. In the center is a beautiful hill of 600 acres re
served for a park, upon which this winter 100,000 forest and ornamental trees, already purchased, will be planted,
surrounded by a boulevard four miles long, 100 feet wide, with double avenue of trees. Brick hotel, brick offices and
stores now being erected. $500,000 to be spent in improvements this coming year. Everything that unlimited cap
ital can do will be done to make a model city.
CHmate, Soil, Water and Capital have made Southern California,
and SOUTH SAN JACINTO has them all, as no other one place has. It immediately adjoins San Jacinto 18 mile*
east of Perris, on the Santa Fe, and 14 miles south of San Gorgonio on the Southern Pacific, and at present reached
by daily stages. The Santa Fe is now actually building direct from Perris. Get in before the railroad boom.
For information and prices apply to
HEMET LAND COMIPAJSTY,
No. 25 N. Main St., Room 13, Los Angeles.
E. L>. MAY BERRY", Manager.
Or UEORGE W . JOHNBTON, Agent, Sa.il Jacinto.
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HESPERIA.
He Denver ol California!
IS LOCATED IN SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY, CAL., ABOUT 25 MILES NORTH
of San Bernardino, on the Santa Fe R, R. It is about 3,000 feet above the level of the sea, sur
rounded by the San Bernardino and Hesperia Mountains. Contains 33,000 acres of valley land unrivaled
for fruit and vegetables. The climate is deliahtful throughout the year—the pure, exhilarating mountain
air being of surpassing benefit to those afliicted with pulmonary, bronchial or nasal disorders, and a contin
ual pleasure to all who inhale it. Dried fruit will be a leading industry, the climate being perfectly adapted
to drying purposes. No fogs. Great abundance of the finest water. Wood fuel plentiful and cheap. A large
and elegant Hotel now building. A newspaper established. Business blocks building. Horse-car railway;
school houses; sanitarium; bank; parks and boulevards, etc., aro but a part of the extensive plans of the
Companies. There is a great future for Hesperia. Lands and lots in quantities and at prices to suit pur
chasers. Circulars, giving full particulars, may be had at any office of the Companies.
OFFICERS —Hon. H. W. Magee, President; S. A. Fleming, Vice-President; Charles A Barnes, General
Manger; Hon. A. H. Lawrence, Secretary; University Bank, Los Angeles, Treasurer.
DIRECTORS—Hon. H. W. Magee, Pasadena; Hon. A. H. Lawrence, Iowa; C. A. Barnes, New York; S. A.
Fleming,HewYork; James Breen,Hesperia; F. N. Myers,Monrovia; C. A. Smith.Los Angeles.
For full Information call upon or a.ldresa: THE HESPERIA LAND COIUPANV, or THE HESPERIA
WATER COMPANY, Office, No. 10 North Spring Street. ja7-tf
BAKER IRON WORKS
548-584 Buena Vista Street,
LOS ANGELES.
d22-tl Adjoining S. F. Depot Grounds
GEO. W.COOKE,
Book Binder.
BLANK BOOKS A SPECIALTY.
7SN Spring St., Los Angeles, Cal, dc3-tf
NOTICE.
THE LOS ANGELES CITY WATER CO.
will strictly enforce the following rule: The
hours for sprinkling are between 6 and 8
o'clock a. m. and G and 8 o'clock r sr. For a
violation of the above regulation the water
will be shut off and a fine of two dollars will
be charged before water will be turned on
again! ]anl-t!

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