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Beport of observations taken at Loa Angeles,
6:00 a. m.
6:00 p. m.
Max. tern., 61: mm. tern., 47.
Rainfall past 24 Injurs, 010 of an Inch; for
the season, 11.22.
Forecast for Southern California: Fair
weather; stationary temperature; variable
The young Sc. Vincent foottiall team
would like to receive a challenge from
. the Young Vales.
There are undelivered telegram* ct
1 the Western Union telegraph office,
' corner of Main and Court streets, ou
January 28th, for R. VV. White, C. W.
• Johnson, 0. M. Carpenter and T. Yam
John Bryson has purchased the undi
vided one-third interest in the Bryeon-
Bonebrake block from Major George H.
Bonebrake. The sale was made through
H. J. Woollacott for a cash considera
tion of »130,000.
About a dozan of the Athletic club
boys started iv a tally-ho from the club
j rooms for the foot of Wilson's peak,
f last night at 11 o'clock. They proposed
' to walk up the trail to the peak, and re
turn to the city some time today.
At the annual meeting of the Hebrew
Benevolent society, held on Wednesday,
the following officers were elected for
tbe ensuing year: Solomon Lazard,
president; Ben Kingsbaker, vice pres
ident; Simon Cohen, secretary; Leo-
Eold Sanders, treasurer; Henry S. Baer,
eon Loeb and H. Raphael.
The local wheelmen had- arranged to
L have a run today to Pomona, where
-.they were to have met some of the bicy
■' clists of the outside towns and taken
[ Steps towards promoting the general
interests of wheeling in Southern Cali
fornia. Owing to the poor condition of
[ the roads, however, the run will be post
poned until next Sunday.
News was received in the city yester-
I * day morning of the death at the Stock
ton insane asylum of Pasquale Monta
-1 gona, an Italian who was Bent up about
ten days ago. The Italian was very vio
lent while here in the county, jail.
While demented be invested about $80
t he had in all kinds of jewelry and dis
played the badges all over his coat.
. An amatenr baseball league has been
k organized and a series of games ar
■ ranged. The following clubs have en
; tered: Tufts-Lyons, Jacoby Bros.,
I Boyle Height Stara and the Redondo
-club. These clubs are composed of the
• "best amatenr talent in Southern Cali
fornia, and exciting games may be
looked for. It is expected that the
opening games will be played Suuday,
, February 6th. The names of the play
t.ers of the above clubs and schedule of
f games will be published in the Hkkai.d
. The following building permits were
rlsaned yesterday: Alexander White,
frame dwelling on Flower Btreet, be
tween Fourteenth and Sixteenth, $2600;
Mrs. N. J. Arnold, frame dwelling,
Mathews and Fickett streets, $300; Mra.
V. T. Stone, irame dwpliing,Daly street,
East Los Angeles, $2000; P. Beaudry,
frame dwelling. Figueroa Btreet, between
Temple and Bellevue, $700; Maatou
Hill, brick stores, southeaat corner of
Second and Hill, $6724; George W.
Gates, frame dwelling, Thirtieth street,
between Main and Hope, $1500.
Oysters 50 cents a dozen any etyle.
Hollenbeck Hotel cafe, 214 Second st.
Carl Schnrz is registered at the Weet-
J. J. Suess, a prominent merchant of
Redlands, iB in the city.
James Huntington, a prominent real
estate dealer of Bakersheld, is in the
Emile Quarre\ manager of Le Progrc?,
leturned yesterday aiternoon from the
north. While there he visited Stockton,
Sacramento, San Francisco, Oakland
and San Jose. He reports buaiueea
quite dull in those cities, compared
with Los Angeleß.
Bishop Goodsell, the resident bishop
of the Methodist Episcopal church for
the Pacific coast, will preach thia morn
ing in Simpson tabernacle. Bishop
Goodsell is one of the strongest bishops
in the Methodist conference, and will
no doubt draw out a very large audience.
Hon. Wayne McVeagh, accompanied
j,rby his family, arrived in the city yeeter
, day in their private car, lolanthe, on
\ their way to Santa Barbara. Mr. Mc
jj Veagh was seen by a Hekald reporter
f but excused himself from talking as he
tfltated he had recently lost his son and
jf had come to California to seek rest and
A Great Champagne Honis.
We understand that the hnu=e of
Pommery & Greno, whose stock of fine
champagne is believed to be the largest
in the world, and commands the highest
price in the market, has purchased the
entire vintage of laat year, which is of
excellent quality in every way, but
proved small in quantity. The prices
paid for this vintage being the highest
ever known, the purchase has cost that
great firm the large sum of over .£600,
--000, a transaction of magnitude never
equaled in the trade by any firm or com
pany. Their cellars are visited by about
3000 people in the course of the year, two
men being regularly employed ins bowing
them around through them. There
•re come 500 work people in all there,
and the establishment is fitted up with
the electric light and with private tele
phones communicating with the bouses
and offices in town. The proprietors
are very conscientious in turning out
only euch wine which is of the well
known etandard quality, and as the de
mand for Pommery Sec is still on the
increase, the management is constantly
kept very busy.—[London Illustrated
Clark & isryeon.
The above-named gentlemen, as will
be observed in a display ad. in another
column, haye formed a copartnership,
dealing in lumber, etc., both wholesale
and retail, with their office at 123
West Second street, and yards at Re~
dondo and Los Angeles. By dealing
with them you will ascertain you wiil
have no grounds for complaint as tc
price and quality of lumber obtained.
The finest in the city; the favorite o!
eaßtern tourk-ti. Service unexcelled on
the coast. Meals served a la carte.
French dinners from 12 till 8 p, m.
Ladies' parlor connected.
K. D. List, notary public. Legal papers care
fully drawn. 127 VV est Hccond. Telephoue 155.
Heng I.ne's Holiday Goods.
Chinese aod Japanese curios; pilk dress pat
tern*; ladles' embroidered silk hnndkerchlefa,
two lor 25 cents. Manufactures ladle*' under
wear and gents' furnishing goods. Ahoau ex
tensive line ol new holiday goods at very low
Frrices. Please call and inspect our sioca be
ore purchasing elrcwiierc, No. 503 North
Mala street, near plan
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 29, 1893.
The rehereals of the National Pageant
at the armory thia week are as follows :
Monday. The Civil War Period and Col
ored Jubilee, at 8:30 p. in.; Tuesday,
7:30 p. m . the Court of Queen Isabella
and the Minuet and Bsesptlon to Wash
ington aud Lnfavette; Thursday at 7
v>. in., the Colonial Kitchen and the
Landing of the Pilgrims, also the Court
of Isabella and the minuet again ; Sat
urday at 2p. m. all tbe ladies cf the
performance will meet at the Loi An
geles theater to prwe for the laat ecene ;
Monday, February 0, at the Los Angeles
t':eater at 7:30 p. m., all the scenes will
be rehearsed witb the entire orchestra.
The quickest results are obtained by
advertising in the classified columns of
the Herald, nn the sixth page. Situa
tions are offered daily; hou«es and
rooms for ront, or wanted to rent; real
estate bargains in city and country;
chances to buy almost everything at low
prices; loßt and found articles are ad
vertised ; business chaneea that afford
an income for a small investment; per
sonal notices; special noti es; profes
sional cards; announcements of money
to loan and money wanted, aud much
l~eeidee. Uf.es are 5 centß a line per
day, with lower rates by the month.
The Original Vienna Buffet, corner
Main and Rtquena streets, knows what
the public wants, and the energetic
manager, John H. Kennedy, has an
other great attraction of stars the com
ing week, including the great burlesqne
prima donna, "Hoiston" ; MiEB Pome
roy, tne charming Now York serio
comic artißte, where she is a great fav
orite ; also the great Montanio family in
acrobatic acts; Billy Finley, A. J. Mc-
Niece andptber well-known stars tend
to make a most attractive programme.
Contemplating building the coming
spring on our nursery lots, corner Fourth
and Los Angeles streets rear of West
minster hotel, a removal of our nursery
is rendered unavoidable. We wish,
therefore, to cloee out our large and
varied assortment of choice evergreen
and other ornamental plants, and will
sell all kinds of nursery stock at a great
reduction after this notice. No reason
able offer refused. Please call and ex
amine our stock. Germain Fruit com
The anniversary exercises in honor of
Thomaa Paine, to be held in the Los An
geles theater Sunday evening, January
20th, promise to excel in every respect
all former efforts. Mr. Bruce, the ora
tor, is an exceptionally interesting
speaker, and tbe musical programme
will be rendered by some of the very
fineßt talent in the city. See amuse
The People's amphitheater, on North
Main strp'ft near First, haß made a big
hit. This week they have an extra at
traction in the person of Pan Lester, the
veteran clown, who has been with all of
the principal circus companies that ever
ex'.Bted. His mirth-provoking panto
mimes are hugely enjoyed. Popular
prices still prevail, 10, 20 and 30 cents.
Catalina island, a summer resort in
winter. Ocean all around makes the
climate many degrees warmer than on
the main land. Never a frost. Bathing
same as in summer. Avaion bouse open
the year round. Fish right out of the
water a specialty. Address Mrs. S. A.
All Poles of Christian faith are hereby
invited to attend the meeting prepara
tory to an organization of a permanent
Polieh club in this city. Meeting will
be called at 7 p. m, next Monday. Janu
ary the 30th, in the parlor of the United
The canvass for Corran's Los Angeles
City Directory for the year 1893 has
commenced; the book will be printed
and published as in 1891; the compila
tion will be under the immediate super
vision of W. H. L. Corrau. Offic-, 103
Go to W. H. Woodham & Co., 324
South Spring Btreet, ior yjur furniture
and carpets. Tbey are the most reason-,
able in prices of any dealers in the city,
and it will pay you to give them a call.
Dr. Chas. de Szigethy ia now located in
the Bryßon-Bonebrake block. Residence,
Baker block. Office hours, 11:30 to 3:30.
Sundays and evenings by appointment.
Office tel. 1056; residence tel. 1156.
A complete line of artiets' materials
can always be bad at Sanborn, Vail &
Co.'s, 133 S. Spring street. Water color,
oil color and china outfits always kept
up in assorted sizes.
Excursions to Catalina nntil further
notice every Saturday. Inquire of
Wilmington Transportation company,
130 West Second street. Good hotels
on the island.
Illich's restaurant, 145 and 147 North
Main street. Everything new and first
class. Private apartments. Fresh fish,
oyßterß and game daily. Open all night.
The Windermere, on Ocean avenue,
Santa Monica, is a pleasant winter re
sort, beautifully situated overlooking
the Pacific ocean.
If yon need an extra pair of blankets
you can Bave money by buying tbem
this week at the City of London, 211
Dr. Price, M. R. C. V. S., veterinary
surgeon, California stables, 373 North
Main street. Business punctually at
Arrowhead Hot Springs, the famous
winter resort for Southern California.
'Bus meets all day trains at Arrowhead
The last erchange party will be given
Monday, January 30th, at Armory hall.
Tickets to be had of the committee only.
Dr. A. Z. Valla, physician and sur
geon. Office and residence, 126 North
Main, new McD. block. Telephone 284.
We manufacture everything in the
looking-glass line; all work guaranteed.
H. Raphael & Co., 408,410 South Spring.
Try our Sonoma Zmfandel wine at 60
cents per gallon. T. Vacbe & Co., cor.
Commercial and Alameda ate. Tel. 309.
Have your old mirrors resilvered as
good as new at H. Raphael & Co., 408,
410 South Spring.
Dr. K. D. Wise, offlce North
Main Btreet. Office hours from Bto 10
a. m. and 2tosp. m. Telephone 346,
Dr. C. Edgar Smith, rapture, female,
rectal diseases. ■ Seventh and Main
streets. Telephone 1081.
Dr. Joseph Kurtz and Dr. Carl Kurtz,
physicians and surgeons, have removed
their offices to 147 South Main street.
Latest sheet music publications my
specialty. Fitzgerald, the music dealer,
Spring and Franklin.
Dr. Tndor, dentißt, removed to Hotel
Bamona, Third and Spring sts. Grown
and bridge work.
Blankets will be sold nt cost this week,
at tbe City of London, 211 South Broad
Loa Angeles theater, Sunday evening,
29th, see amusement column.
R. G. Cunningham, dentist, rooms 1
and 2, Phillips block, N. Spring street.
Dr. Hollingsworth, reopened dental
office, 138}£. South Spring street.
Insure with A. 0. Oolsh, 147 South
Dr, Lindley, 331 >», South Spring Btreet.
IT WILL BE VERY SWELL
ABRANOCMENIS FOB THK WHITE
The Action Taken at Uk* Meeting of the
Committee «• - '* " '"X — Very
UlstluicuUheii Speakers Will
The arrangements for the banquet to
Senator-elect Stephen If. White, under
the anspices of a banquet committee
selected by the executive committee of
the county central committee, is prog
ressing in a most satisfactory manner,
and the occasion now bills fair to be one
of the most elaborate affairs ever given
in the state. Tho committee met last
night ami continued the work of per
fecting the plans. Proofs of the menu
were submitted and accepted. The
menu and toast list card will
be a work of art and a particularly
attractive souvenir of the cele Oration
in honor of the new eenator. The card
will be handsomely embossed and have
a platinotype photograph of Mr. White
aB a frontispiece.
There will be 15 toasts on the list, and
among those who will respond to eonti
ments are ex-Senator George Edmuuds,
Gen. W. S. Roßecrans, Joseph Medill,
W. W. Foote, John P. Irish, Jeremiah
Sullivan, W. D. English, General Mc-
Cook, Max Popper, besides the most
prominent local orators.
As before Btated the banquet will take
plp.ee Thursday next at Turnverein
hall, which will be decorated
especially for the occasion. There will
be no invitations issued except to a few
non resident officials and prominent
men, and any reputable person can se
cure a ticket by applying to the mem
bers of the banquet committee and pay
ing the actual cost of a cover, which
will be $10. This will entitle the holder
to an extra ticket of admission to the
gallery during the Bpeech-making.
The names of Messrs. John T. Gaffey,
W. J. Brodrick and Eugene Germain
were added to the committee last nigit,
and which is now comprised of the fol
lowing gentlemen : C. F. A. Laat. chair
man ; John W. Mitchell, William A.
Ryan, 11. P. Wilson, T. J. Skiuner,
George S. Patton, R. F. Del Valle, A.
W. Barrett, A. McNallv, Captain Mack
ey, J. C. Kays, M. C. Marsh, J. B. Lank
ershim, John T. Gaffey, W. J. Brodrick
and Eugene Germain.
This committee will meet tomorrow
(Monday) at 12 o'clock at the Nadeau
hotel parlors to conclude the arrange
ments for the grand banquet.
Have you ever visited an ostrich farm ?
If you have not, the best equipped one
in the state may be found at Santa Mon
ica, Adjoining the Sonthern Pacific com
pany's depot. If you would enjoy a ma
rine view of rare beauty, or aday'B sport
fishing where the fishing is good, both
may be had from the mammoth wharf
at Santa Monica. Sunday trains on the
Southern Pacific run through to the end
of the wharf. Returning, the last train
leaves the wharf at 2:30 p. m., giving
ample time in Santa Monica for a good
fish dinner b t ire returning to Los Au
geles. Sunday, round trip, 50 centa.
Thomas Paine, whose Common Sense
inspired the Declaration of Indepen
dence, and whose Crisis papers were as
mighty as the sword of Washington,
will be remembered this evening in the
Los Angeleß theater by an excaedingly
attractive programme, consisting of ap
propriate addresses and musical num
bers by some of the leading artistes of
the city. Admission, 25 cents.
The New Vienna Buffet Btill enjoyß
their usual good business with their re
fined entertainment and concert given
every night. The latest cards are Junie
Howard, Flossie Moore and StelloSuita,
all artistes in their line. The ever pop
ular Berth family continue as favorites,
and the programme as a whole iB the
beet in the city.
Papa Schurtz looks happy and is wear
ing hiß customary smile, in coneequence
of the great success of the Venetian
Lady Troubadours, whose concerts are
entertaining hundreds every night. Tbe
Palace is tbe most popular place of
amusement in the city, and is conducted
Btrictly first class in every respect.
A most attractive entertainment is
promised the old and young at Temper
ance temple next Friday evening, with
a matinee Saturday afternoon, to be
given by the hliputian Bisters, the Misses
Adams. They bring most flattering no
tices from the eaßt and different citiea
in California where they have been.
Rev. Dr. Hutcbine, the pastor, will
preach in the First Congregational
church, corner Sixth and Hill streets,
at 11 a.m. upon The Gates of the Morn
ing, and at 7:30 p.m. upon The Obsta
cles Which Hinder Human Progress.
The Herald can be found in San Fran
cisco at tbe Palace and Occidental hotel
news stands; in Chicago at the Post
office news stand; in Washington at
the Washington news exchange; in
Denver at Hamilton & Kendrick's.
Tbe music at the cathedral, 10 a. m.
today, will be Millard's Mass in G, and
at the offertory a quartette by Chiru
bini. Mr. William Foran will sing the
tenor solos and direct the singing. A.
G. Gardner is the organist.
The Herald is the city official'
paper of Los Angeles. All notices and
ordinances by the council and street
superintendent appear only in its col
umns. Property owners should not fail
to read these notices.
Großmann & Fegley, auctioneers and
general brokers. General merchandise
bought for cash and handled on commis
sion. Rooms 14 and 15 Bryson-Bone
brake bleck, Second and Spring streets.
W. H. Woodbam & Co. have just re
ceived a shipment of Japanese mattings
that will surprise yon. They are beau
ties, and they have put the prices away
down; 324 South Spring street.
See the new line of framed etchings at
Sanborn, Vail & Co.'s, 133 8. Spring
street. A fine large picture framed in
white and gold for $5 and $7; large as
sortment of subjects.
We make a specialty ol framing pic
tures ; the largest assortment of mould
ings in Sonthern California. Gold work
a specialty. Sanborn, Vail & Co., 133
S. Spring street.
To close out onr blankets we offer the
entire stock at cost price. Come early
and secure a bargain. City of London,
211 South Broadway.
Before you buy your lnmber get figures
from Clark & Bryson, Wholesale and
retail lumber dealers, 123)4 West Second
Don't miss the big blanket sale this
week at the City of London. Every
blanket in the house goes at coat.
Mr. Harry Reeves, the celebrated bari
tone, will sing at Simpson tabernacle
Dr. ScbitTtnan, demist, has removed
to 107' a North Main street, Lichtenber
See W. P. Mcintosh's ad„ Bth page.
Xt is a pure cream of
tartar powder, which i.ieans
NO Bitter Taste,
Chairman Cook Given ■ Gavel—Routine
The proceedings of the board of super
visors were very pleasantly varied yes
terday by a viait from the road survey
ore of Chairman John W. Cook's dis
trict, supervisorial district No. 1. The
names of the gentlemen were as fol
lows: N. H. Hosmer of Sierra Madre, J.
C. Weet of Glendora, J. K. Bashor of
Covina, William Wildmar of San Jose,
D. S. Shrode of Duarte, S. L. Page of
Alhambra and J. Wood of North Pasa
dena. They had a pleasant task to per
form, and Mr. Hoamer, on behalf of the
overaeera, presented Chairman Cook
with a very elegant and solid ivory
gavel. It was hooped with solid gold,
bearing an inscription that it waß the
gift of the overaeera of 1891-92 from hia
district. The handle w&s or" ebony and
it was tipped witb gold.
Mr. Cook was somewhat overcome by
the presentation, but replied in a few
earnest remarks, and then the business
of the board was taken up again.
E. 0. Hodgman was appointed county
license collector, vice J. S. Van Dorn,
whose term has expired. The board
also reduced the salary of the position
from $150 to $125 per month.
District Attorney Dillon Bent in an
opinion in regart to the "root-knot" dis
ease in fruit trees. In it he takes the
ground that it is a contagious disease,
and conies within the provisions of the
act covering auch diseases, and that the
proper officer iB clothed with' power to
destroy all such trees.
A saloon license waa granted to F. O.
Jones of Santa Monies.
On motion of Supervisor Forrester, it
waß resolved that each supervisor be di
rected to look after all work in their re
spective districts that demands immedi
ate attention, until Euch time as general
work can be resumed under tbe laws.
A proposition from J. C. Murray, to
complete the stone steps at the north
east entrance to the courthouse grounds
at $3 50 per foot, it being about 40 feet,
It was ordered that Supervisor For
rester have charge of all matters per
taining to the courthouse grounds and
indigent matters during the absence of
the board at any time.
The map-maker for the assessor waa
authorized to have three assistants to
work four hours a day extra time dur
The bid of J. D. Mercerdau for con
structing the White Oak avenue bridge
according to plan No. 1 at $7.53 per
■meal foot waa accepted, the board re
serving the right to incorporate in the
bridge the old bridge at Fallen Leaf
Tbe county auditor was authorized to
have tbe names in a number of books
changed for immediate use.
On motion of Supervisor Forrester tbe
clerk waß directed to notify M. G. Jones
that after February Ist the county will
not be responsible for the court room
rent of Township Justice Bartholomew.
The board directed the clerk to notify
Mr. Hargitt that his lease for property
at the corner of Temple, and Buena Vista
streets will be terminated March Ist.
Several lots and streets at San Gabriel
and in the Wilte tract were ordered to
revert to acreage, the board reserving
tbe right to reoccupy tbem if necessary.
District Attorney Dillon also sent in
additional opinions upon questions sub
mitted by'the board.
One was with reference to the request
of City Justice Seaman for allowance
for clerk hire, in which the district at
"All of the expenses of tbe two city
conns presided over by Justice Austin
and Seaman are paid out of the city
treasury with the exception of tbe
amount paid constables for aervic s rend
ered in those courts, which are paid out
of the county treasury. Fully three
fourths of the criminal business insti
tuted by me is transacted in those courts.
Justice Austin's clerk is paid by the city
and $50 per month is paid by the city
toward the salary of the clerk in Justice
"The demand is a meritorious one and
I very much regret my inability to find
any law permitting this allowance."
Another opinion is upon the demand
of Justice Bartholomew for rent and
clerk hire of his court. The opinion di
rects the allowance of one month's rent
and clerk hire, and then states that the
district attorney will enjoin i's payment
by the treasurer and a test case will be
An opinion was also filed upon the
question as to whether the salaries of
deputy constables shall be allowed by
the supervisors. It decides they cannot
be so allowed.
The board also directed the clerk to
send a circular to the boards of super
visors in all the counties in the state
asking their co-operation in secnring a
modification of the new road law.
Draw Your Own Conclusion.
Mr. J. 0. Davenport, manager of the
Fort Bragg Redwood company, Fort
Bragg, Cal., has this to say of Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy : "I used it for a
severe cold and congh, and obtained im
mediate relief. In the Fort Bragg Red
wood company's store we have sold large
quantities of Chamberlain's medicines."
For sale by 0. F. Heinzeman, 222 N.
Profestor Payne Will Organize
A class for dancing in the advance course
Monday evening, February 6th. All the
latest fancy steps will be taught in this
Wall paper, 237 B. Spring. Samples sent.
BARGAINS IN LOTS!
Walnut Grove Tract—Central Avenue—
Elecrtic Car Line—Cement Walks and
City Water piped to every lot. Terms
Easy. Call at once.
C E. DAY & CO.,
121 South Broadway, Los Angeles. California.
W. P. M'INTOSH,
144 S. MAIN ST., LOS ANGELES, CAL.
HAS FOR SALE :
The choicest 10 and 20 acre tracts ot orange 4U acres on Cypress avenue, Redlands, ad
land at Redlands on 10 years' ttmi-; only 10 Joining the elegant residcuc ol Isaac Fo d,
per cent, cash down aud uo further payment wMh 315orangu ecs in baring: house worth
for 10 yearc; only 6% per cent. Interest: only I J2500: all fo #1, '00; oulv one-third cash, bal
mlle from the postorhce trice, $300 per acre, ance long tint" at per cent, net interest,
including water piped to each tract. 40 acres adjoining the beautiful Mentone
orauge 'and and orange trees at Men'one, tuu-erics, witn pressure water and necessary
$200 to $350 per acre: from % to \Y t miles flrst-cla s bndded orange trees to plant same,
from both railroad depots. Terms, one-third $12,500.
cash, balance lv 8 years at 8 per cent per an- KHsJ »ovs at Men'one. aliotnlng the ice fac
num. try, with ab mione-third planted t't 2 year-old
Every tree guaranteed to live or be replaced b ids: two-story house, pressure water; only
at expense of company. Uavo experienced $>500.
orbhardists to plant aud care for land for ab 160 acres 1 mile irom Oratton station, 00
sen" owno satsl 75 por aero a month until iv acres of which is One orange land, with flue
bearing. No bud planted less thau feet spring on upper portion, for tOJ per acre,
tall. The orchards at Mentone have never Also lose c nrmge groves, planted one year,
been injured by frost, wind or fruit pests. from $320 to $400 per acre.
A FEW SPECIAL BARGAINS NURSERY FOR SALK.
,„„ , ~ , ~, ... lOacres in oranges and nursery of 70,000
120 acres, perf ctly level, Ist miles from cen- budded orance an i lemon rers, all from 3to S
terof Redlands, with oyer 1/ miner ■ Inches f eet tal i, lne best location and llnest nursery at
of Bear Valley wt.ter.with 0600 i.rst- lass Wash- Mentone All trees grown w thout a-iv ■ h-dtcr
ington navel orange trees to plant. Only $3to BT . r em . Price, $20,000. will accept V. of
pej acre, or $J.'o without the trees Will sell pr i C eiu trees ai $1 ea< h. the orchard without
half at same rate. the nursery is worth half of the price
10 acres, all prep-red for trees and necesrary A | so business snd residence lots lv Mentone,
trees to plant, $270 per acre; only miles where In s havi advanced more th*n 20 pr
from Remands poatonce. oent. in past 30 d y- mi account of the cheap
10 acres, all in bearing, only w mile from powe r for manufacturing and the pure water
Crafton ■ tation, cash, balance long n nd dty clima'e
time. Thia price is 40 per cent, less than its city property'sold and money loaned,
present value. Ap £ ly lo *
W. P. McINTOSH, 144 S. Main Street,
L_Oa ANG> LCS. CAL. l-25eori-2m
AN ATTEACTId WITHOUT A WWW,
Yonr choice of any suit in my entire stock made to order for
$10 less than any other lii-st-cUss house iv Los Anareles . , .
Ml \/V ~jf I A CZ> ! TUB ARTISTIC T«It,OR,
I— ' r-K I>|A— I sj /-\ n , j 217 N Spring St., Op. Temple Blk
The Programme for the Next Union
An interesting 1 programme has been
Belected by the various Chautauqua
circles in the city for the semi monthly
union meeting of Southern California to
be held in the Y. M. C. A. hall on the
evening of February 14th. This organi
zation has original and taking ways of
treating the various literary or scientific
subjects that may be on the programme,
and the audience is always interested.
The programme for February 14th is as
By the Y. M. C. A. Circle: The topic,
Views of Karope in the Nineteenth Cen
tury, showing diplomatic relations be
tween the United States and European
The Halbertons will have the Armies
of Greece, their naval and land forces,
their mode of warfare and defenses,
both internal and coast; also, a few
noted battles, with the commanders;
also, a comparison with the armies and
navies of the present day.
The Hamona circle will treat of the
Religion of the Grecians. A debate on
whether it was better to have been a
resident of Athens or Sparta will be
contributed by the Eureka circle.
A short review of all item9 published
in the Chautauquan about the various
topics will also supplement the main
subjects treated by the different circles.
Music will be given by the Y. M. C.
A., Ramona and Eureka circles.
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Made young again by LA r RECKLA.
La Freckla is tbe greatest, the most wonderfu
and the only cure In existence Tor freckles,
LA FRECKLA is the latest sensation among
physicians and chemists. Discovered by Mme.
Yale and used by her until her beauty became
so wonderful that those who knew her before
became afraid of her great and bewitching
beauty. Mme. Yale at the age of 40 looked 18!
Her complexion is so beautiful one has to go
close to see fhe is a living being. Mme. Yai«
has placed i.a Freckla on the market The
women of the world may have the benefit of
her secret and become as beautiful as this love
ly Queen of Beauty, tfend 6 cento in Btimps
and Mme. Yale will send you free of charge
her famous Beauty Boot she hag wrl ten to In
struct women how to become beautiful.
LA FRECKLA will be shipped you upon re
ceipt of price, or jou may get it from your
druggist. Mute Yale's book instructs young
Elrls how to win a husband, aud married ladies
ow to retain their husbands' atiections, and
women of all ages how to be beautiful,
Price of La Freckla.
$i PER BOTTLE.
For sale by all first-class druggists.
Address all orders and letters, MME. M.
YAl.it, Beauty and Complexion <*peda Ist.
MME. M. YALE'S
TKHFLK OF BEAUTY,
146 STATE BTUBKT, CHICAGO, ILL., or
37 WEST 14TB ST., N. Y.
Joe Poheim, The Mv
Hakes the U SuitS ortto
best fitting J<£ ur M "
clothes in the M§|4 FrOffiffiS.
State at 25 PantS
fh 9 . r „ c B « less »1 From S-">.
than any TkaLjl —■ —
other house El Ikl Rl ' lp " ior * e '*'
OH thO En I'l and Samples
_ ... _ f'i 'Ey lii sent free lt» am
PaclHo Coast, \JM _0 adu™»a.
143 S. Spring Street, Los Angeles.
DISEASES OF MEN.
126 North Main Street, H JSffionSii*.
The moss successful Private Disease doctor
In the State. Gi>m>rrliea, (Meet, Stricture,
Seminal Weakness, Nervous Debility,
Syphilis, Hkln aua Kidney disease! and
Sexual Weakness succei-slully treated, Med
icines prepared in private laboratory, Both
sexes consult in confidence. Dr. White has
no hired *übstitutes. You Nee the doctor only.
Dr White is the only specialist In the State
who exclusively treats private, nervous and
chronic rtlrtuaaes. Cures guaranteed in all
curable cases Don't waste time with patent
medic ne*. If yon have any sexual troupe
co Mil;. Dr. White. Scientific treatment.
And all the Various Diseases of the Head,
Throat and Chest Successfully
M HILTON WILLIAM*, M 8.,M.C.P.H0
No. 137 S. Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal.,
By the AttRKAN Sy.tern of Practice, Com
bined with Proper Constitutional Rem
edies When Required.
The following are prominent symptoms io
the flist stage, and whoever uny oi them exist
a thorough examination should always be
made With a view to arres>. the disease if shown
to exisi: There is usually a sense of weariue*a
upon a litt.e exerslse, a disposliion to remain
pas-ive aud idle, despondency, often frprn no
a -varent cauhe, a peculiar sensitivt-neßs to the
effect i»f ci>ld, and a breathlessness upon mov
ing quickly or ascending a hill or st-itrs.a
ci ght, hacKlnf; co <gh, with or without t xpec
toratior , exciiability upon slight occasions,
flying patus through the chest or back, or un
der the shoulder blades. Tiie symptom* are
more noticeable toward or dating; thn night;
sli ht. fever in the a (ten oon, cold Jeet tmd
hands, or ia many cases blue lividlty of the
lips aud roots of the fiuger-nulls, Sometiujtw
spitting of biood or Siight streaks Id the mu
cous is the first indication < f tuoercnlar de
posit, or lt may by a chilly sensation iv the
back, foil- wed by more or less heat in the
palms of the hands, or an afternoon flu-b on
the cheeks. The sow and gradual mr-ads of
this form of consumption leave tbe stomach
and appetite undisturbed for a considerable
time, finally, however. hecUi' fever and night
sweats supervene, preceded by dlarih(sa, Then
the loss oi rlesh and strength becomes rapid,
the chest contracts: the features sharpen, the
eye at ain-nn unusual brilliancy, and tha pa
tient begins t<> realize thai he is in tho last
stage of confl mrd cou umption
Persons desiring treatment by this system ot
practice ian use the remedies at home as well
as at our offlnu, aud which will cause uo incon
venience or hindrance to business whatever.
■ onsultatiouh free.and prices within toe reach
of all. Tne very best of references-Irom those
Thosiu who desire to consult with me In re
gard to their ca-es had bet.or call at tbe office
for an examination, but if impossible t<> visit
the office personally, may write for a list of
questions aud circular, both of which will be
Bent ireo of charge Address
M. Hilton Williams, M. D.,
137 rf. Biortdway, Los Augelef, Cal.
And a full assortment of Crockery, China and
Glassware, strictly drat-class at bottom prices
sTAFFOROhHIUIS CROCK URI 4J0.,
8-S7 417 South Spring street ton