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Eeport of observations taken at Los Angeles,
Tebruary 15. 1803
I a. m. 3»20j
i p. m |30.1*l
Max. tern., fc'2: mlv tent.. 42.
Rainfall past 24 hours, 0 00.
Rainfall for the season, 17.48.
Forecast for Southern California: Fair
weather, stationary temp irature, northwesterly
Auction today of lots on Orange and
Bixel at 10 o'clock.
California is a new and creditable
monthly magazine published at River-
Side by D. A. Correll.
Frank Frost, the able manager of the
Australian boomerang throwers, is again
in the city* The blacks will exhibit at
Redondo on Sunday.
Mr. I. H. Le Veen, the city editor of
Evening Expresß who ia a talented
young man, will lecture on newspaper
humor at the Southern California college
at the end of Temple street on Friday
Secretary Willard yesterday received
a notice from San Bernardino stating
that the supervisors nf that county at
at their meeting on February 7th had
nnanimonaly passed a resolution doing
Sway with that county's display at the
In the report of tbe Lucas-Keeler
wedding which appeared in the Herald
yesterday, the name of ono of the
bridesmaids was given aa Mies Eva
Thompson. It should have been Miss
Eva Stambauaih. The error was made
by the party who furnished the account
of the affiair.
The golden jubilee of the consecration
of Pope Leo XIII will be celebrated with
befitting ceremoniee at St. Vincent's
Church on next Sunday. "Very Re
verend A. J. Meyer will deliver the dis
course, and the choir haa prepared a
Special musical program for the occas
ion consisting of selections from the
compositions of Schubert, Haydn, Wag
ner, Mozart and Gounod. The cel
ebrated Viva Leone, written especially
for the Pope, will be sung at the conclus
ion of the service.
The following building permits were
issued yesterday: John Flood, frame
Store, $490.00; California Truck com
pany, frame sbed on Aliso near Al
ameda, $300.00; A. P. Wilson, frame
dwelling, Washington Villa 22nd, Btreet,
$1300.00; Mrs. Robert Stewart, frame
dwelling 29th street, east of Maple,
.$990.00; John Domblides, frame store
Los Aneelea street between sth and
6th, $175.00; Bertha Johansen. frame
dwelling east 23rd street, $700.00; W.
H. Hannam, frame fruit etand, Temple
Btreet, $60.00; F. M. Busby, frame
dwelling, Court Circle, $990.00; H.
Bixel,frame store and tenement house
714 East First street, $4000.00; D.
Deamond, brick store Main Btreet near
3rd Btreet, $1005.00.
Are you going to the world's fair? If
so, settle now the all important prob
lem, where shall I stay and what will it
cost? For circular letter giving in
formation of special advantage to yon on
these points, call on or addresß A.
Phillips & Co., 138 South Spring Btreet,
Oysters 50 cents a dozen any Btyle.
Hollenbeck Hotel cafe, 214 Second Bt.
The Olive and St. Vincent football
team, will chase the pigskin on tbe
latters grounds corner of Fifteenth street
and Grand avenne next Saturday.
This annoying Bcalp trouble, which
gives the hair an untidy appearance, is
Cured by ekooknm root hair grower.
You Are Invited
To inspect the elegant line of goods now
In stock at the W. C. Furrey company,
in their commodious new storeß at 150
to 165 North Spring street, sole agents
lor the world renowned Weir stove,
plumbing and household goods.
The finest in the city; the favorite of
•astern tonrißts. Service unexcelled on
tbe coast. Meals served ala carte.
French dinners from 12 till 8 p. m.
Ladies' parlor connected.
R. D. List, notary public. Legal papers care
fully drawn. 127 W. Second. Telephone 105.
A DelightTal Change.
Los Angeles people desiring a change will
appreciate the fact that ct Coronado Beach
the rainfall for this season has been scarcely
over an inch, not one-fifth the ra>n at Lob An
geles. Every day is an edition of the June
days of onr childhood, only with a few more
embellishments on the covers—the sanriscs
nnd sunsets being particularly flne just now.
Tor information about the beautiful Hotel del
Coronado, call at the agency, 129 North Spring
■trcet, Lob Angeles.
Attention Southwest 1
The southwe.t portion of Los Ang a les city is
growing rapidly, and wLi continue to do so
Kveiyoue that visits ihat section is delighted
Bight In the central location of the southwest
We haveth., Ch«. Victor Hall tract Thia mag
nlficent plat ol land Is to be placed on the mar
ket at prices and on lot ins within the reach of
all. Lots thai have been held at $10 0 eat h
you can have, at much reduced pries—to be in
with All who wish fine home 100 tfonsshouH
view th:s tra-1, locate lon Weßt Adam-stieet.
Tnelarge villa lots consist of a fr«,ntagH,,f 50
feet by 148 and 150 feet deco to 14 an I 20-foot
alleys: a <euut -n feet wide; pepper tiees will
be planted In front of a:l th- <ots. every 5o
feet: iv bttw* en tuese will bo planted a choice
aud rare vari ty o tne gum, imported from
Algiers, and resembling theind a rubber tree;
auu between these will bo plftnted palms au l
other growtha cf interest. Iv pi* eof holding
and thereby getting a va l t inercaso in value,
the conclusion ha« been arrived at to live ana
let live, and give all a g eat opportunity for in
vestment In .eat ty, as well as the most attract
ive spot for a m del Imru Not very fir f-ora
thia re operty lots are sel lug as high at $1500
and $2000. Th m»rch of the city s south
west, and shortly th.-ae lots wl I bring high
price*. Ia is not necessary to 8* y mu<-h about
this location—it spetks for itself louder than
words. Parties not res ding in the city and
sending their orders to the und-rslgu-d, wi 1
hav<- the best a, 1 ction we can make for th. m
at the time; and any party so buying without
first seetng this pr« perty—so as to gi. eallan
equal chance, can hwve this opport iu:ty—und
neon Investigation, if the .' fl-id they do n it
wish them, they can have their money returned
any time within 00 days after date of sale, and
will ao state on receipt given. About every day
of late we have had some on - wish us to set a
price on a 1 this property. Now is your Chan- c.
We fully believe you are «c ting it at re ail at
about the same rate we could have for the en
tire tract as a whole. And mark, Los Augclea
1b only on the first Hp of edv-tnc ment; it's iv
the air, no matter what your prl ate Idea may be.
The tract ie well known, and bounded hy Adair a
street, 90 feet wide, Jefferßon street. Konedale
and Western avenues. W.. will tue you o t
dally at 2 p.m The price* to Be In with are:
Inside lots, $:i!)0; comers $U)0 more, in pay
ments of $10 pr momh, 8 per cent intercut on
unptld amount. On Aoams street—me gran-l
avenue of Lob Angeles-only $'5 rer front foot
The right is fully rescrv d to advance the price
of lots in <>0 days. Apply to Chas. Victor Hall,
223 West First street.
Hang I.ee'a Holiday Goods.
Chinese and Japanese curios, silk dress pat
terns; ladies'embroidered silk handkerchiefs,
two for 25 cents. Manufactures ladles' under,
wear and gents' furnishing goods. Also an ex
tensive line of new holiday goods at very low
prices. Please call and Inspect our'stock be
fore purchasing elsewhere. No. 505 North
Main street, near plaza.
Die Qibjsuh Family Sotr.
The quickest results are obtained by
advertising in the classified columns of
the Herald, on the sixth page. Situa
tions are offered daily; houses and
rooms for rent, or wanted to rent; real
estate bargains in city and country;
chances to buy almost everything at low
prices; lost and found articles are ad
vertised ; business chances that afford
an income for a small investment; per
sonal notices; epecial uoti es; profes
sional cards; announcements of money
to loan and money wanted, and much
besides. Kates are 5 cents a line per
day, with lower rates by the month.
All graduates of Keeley institutes, no
matter from what part of the Cnlted
Statee, are requested and invited to
meet at the rooms of B. S. Hill, 46
Hotel Nadeau, Thursday evening, at 8
o'clock. The object is to form a Los
Angeles branch of the Keeley league
and social intercourse.
The Herald can be found in San Fran
cisco at the Palace and Occidental hotel
news standi; in Chicago at the Post
office news stand; in Washington at
the Washington news exchange; in
Denver at Hamilton & Kendrick'a.
Hunger and thirst promptly dispelled
at the Anheuser, 243 South Spring.
Best cooks in town, and a carload of
Tony Faust's special brewery beer to ar
rive today by rail. Charles Bauer, pro
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.
C. Grosmann, auctioneer and gen
eral broker. General merchandise
bought for cash and handled on commij
sion. Rooms 14 and 15 Bryson-Bone
brake bleck, Second and Spring streets.
Dr. Chas. de Szigethy is now located in
the Bryson-Bonebrake block. Residence,
Baker block. Office hours, 11:30 to 3:30.
Sundays and evenings by appointment.
Office tel. 1056; residence tel. 1156.
The City of Pekin is safe, and bo will
you be if you let the Willamette Lum
ber company, 204 South Spring etreet,
figure your lumber bill for you. See
Choice fruit land, beat of coil and beat
of water right, ia now being offered by
the Hemet Land company at $100 per
acre, including water. Apply at room
28, Baker block.
Illich'a restaurant, 146 and 147 North
Main Btreet. Everything new and first
claus. Private apartments. Freah fish,
oysters and game daily. Open all night.
The Windermere, on Ocean avenue,
Santa Monies, ia a pleaeant winter re
sort, beautifully situated overlooking
the Pacific ocean.
Just what yon want! An elegant new
spring suit made by Nelgen the tailor,
116 North Spring etreet. He will eurely
suit yon. A perfect tit guaranteed.
Try our Sonoma Zinfandel wine at 50
cents per gallon. T. Vache & Co., cor.
Commercial and Alameda Bta. Tel. 309.
Dr. Price, M. R.O. V. 8., veterinary
surgeon, California stables, 373 N. Main
st. Business punctually attended to.
Arrowhead Hot Springa, the famous
winter resort for Southern California.
'Bub meets all day trains at Arrowhead
The latest novelties in millinery have
jnßt been received at Mies M. A. Jor
dan's parlors, 318 South Spring street.
A free social and entertainment at
Illinois hall this evening. Frienda of
the People's church invited.
Before yon buy your lumber get figures
from Clark & Bryson, wholesale and
retail lumber dealers, West Second
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 & 00, 408,410 South Spring.
Have your old mirrors resilvered as
good aa new at H. Raphael & Co, 408,
-410 South Spring.
Dr. K. D. Wise? office 142.v„ North
Main street. Office hours from Bto 10
a. m. and 2tosp. m. Telephone 346.
Dr. O. Edgar Smith, rupture, female,
rectal diseases. Seventb and Main
streets. Telephone 1031.
Dr. Joseph Kurtz and Dr. Carl Kurtz,
physicians and surgeons, have removed
their offices to 147 South Main etreet.
Dr. Tudor, dentist, removed to Hotel
Rnmona, Third and Spring sts. Crown
and bridge work.
Bi-weekly service to Catalina island.
Inquire at 130 WesJ; Second street.
Scotch sweetbreads cold at Woman's
exchange, 223 S. Broadway.
Dr. Schiffman, dentist, has removed
to 107,' a North Main street, Lichtenber
Campbell'a Indian and Mexican goods.
R. G. Cunningham, dentist, rooms 1
and 2, Phillips block, N. Spring street.
Fine watch repairing a specialty. Con
radi's, Spring and Franklin. Seasonable.
Dr. Hollingeworth, reopened dental
office, l ::<»... South Spring street.
Insure with A. C. Golsh, 147 South
Dr. Lindley, 331 South Spring street.
See VV, P. Mcintosh's ad., Bth page.
Charles W. Mackenzie of Boston is in
John F. Sullivan, a well known New
York traveling man, is at the Hollen
C. J. Hutchins, a former resident of
this city, ie at the Hollen beck. He will
shortly more hid family here from San
Thomas B. Richards, who for six
years past has been connected with
Barman Bros., the cigar dealers, has ac
cepted the position of city solicitor for
H. H. Newmark & Co.
W. B. Jones, a prominent railroad
man from Prescott, Ariz, accompanied
by his wife and the following party, all
of Prescott, are at the Hollenbeck: Mrs.
J. A. Swan, Milton Jones, Herbert Der
win, Miss J. Kellogg and Henry Gold
A valentine party was given by Mr.
and Mrs. Smalley last evening on Colum
bus street, East Los Angeles. Those
present were: Mr. and Mrs, Jesse
Smelley, Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Smalley,
Miss Myra Miller, Laella Oaiteel, Gertie
Casteel, Rosa Hartup, Nettie Creciate,
Addie Miller, Erne Foley, Fannie War
ren, Emily Smalley. Alt* Warren,
Nettie Warren. Mrs. 0. T. Warren, Mr.
Wadsworth, E. Casteel, R. Oasteel, H.
Porter, T. Kißer. H. Miller, P. Miller,
Bright eyes, heal hy complexion and a vigor
ous system result from using angostur* Bit era.
Sole manufacturers, Dr. 1. Ot. B. Siegert & Sons.
At all druggists.
10S ANGEI.ES HERALD: THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 16, 1893.
DIRT IS STILL ON THE JUMP.
The Real Estate Market Has a
Some Notable Sales, Involving: Large
Amounts, Recently Made.
Indicative Interviews on the Subject
With Dealers Who Are In Touch
With the Market and Know
Whereof They Speak.
There is no question bat that real
estate in and about Loa Angeles is sell
ing more readily at the present time
than since 1887. Confidence is being re
started, and with it- tho investment of
inside as well as outside capital. The
two largest sales reported for some time
past are those of the Nadeau rancho to
Mr. Cudahy, for $197,000, andjthe Ham
mel & Danker property on the corner of
Spring and Third streets to Mr. T. D.
Stimson, for the reported consideration
In a conversation yesterday about
these Bales, a prominent real estate
agent said to a Herald reporter: "In
my opinion, the reason both of those
sales were made was because they were
offered at a bargain and at less than
they had been held a year or two ago.
"The amounts paid are away down to
bedrock, and I doubt if they are what
the property should have brought.
"Had Mr. Danker been alive no man
could have touched that Third and
Spring street property for less than
$225,000. A short time before his death
he received an offer of $200,000 for it,
which he refused. He told me not to
sell it for less than $225,000.
"The Nadeau ranch property is very
valuable. During the boom $800,000
was refused for it. I believe that Mr.
Cudahy can Bell that property in a
short time at a large gain.
"My experience ia that the people
who are investing now do so for the
purpose of receiving profitable returns
within a reasonable time. They are
taking no chanceß, and want bargains
A number of other dealers were inter
viewed, and all expressed confidence in
the future of the local real eatate mar
ket. Great interest has been aroused,
and important sales are being made
almost every day.
G. A. suntil of Nolan & Smith—l do
not anticipate any boom, nor do I re
gard it as a healthy or profitable thing
for a city. The values have grown
steadily and everything is in a healthy
condition. We have received a number
of inquiries within the past few monthß
for all kinds of property. The residences
in the southern portion of the city are
very salable and business locations are
also in demand. The outside property
is selling very well. At no time for a
number of years has property
been so salable at its true
valuation as now. A large num
ber of the buyers are local people
who have begun to appreciate that this
country has a future before it. Another
significant fact ia that there is more
money to loan at the present time than
there has been for many years, and
there are fewer borrowers. Within the
past six weeks we have completed the sale
of three business siteß on Second street,
at an aggregation of over $30,000, and on
one a three-Btory building is being
Ben E. Ward—The present improved
condition of the market is due in a great
measure to a gradual increase of popula
tion, climatic extremes in the east and
the gradual increase of tbe feeling
among men of meane to seek homes in
a more genial climate and to escape tbe
severity of the eastern winters. The
sale of the Nadeau ranch ia a strong ar
gument as to the future proapectß of
this country, end, while the price in the
aggregate is a fair one, should the pur
chaser so desire it would not be a diffi
cult matter for him to double bis money
within five years. I have not'bad so
much inquiry in the last three yearß put
together for property as I have
had within tbe last three months.
Ths demand being about equally
divided between houses and lots and
vacant lots for residence purposes on the
one hand as against acreage on the other.
I anticipate that the market will Btead
iiy improve from now on.
Wesley Clark—The real estate market
is in excellent condition. Prices are
good, and confidence has been restored.
The change for the better in tbe market
has been very marked during tbe past
few months. In my opinion tbe invest
ments in this city by Mr. Stimson ie a
potent cause for the restoring of confi
dence. He has advanced this city fully
three years; I mean but for him we
would in three years be where we are at
the present moment.
George D. Betts of Bette & Silent —So
far as we are concerned our house is in
touch with some prominent Chicago
capitalists who seem to be stimulated
by ths recent purchases of Mr. Stim
son. If one-half of the present negoti
ations for business property in Lob An
geles are carried to a successful termi
nation we will indeed be a second Chi
cago. Thetgeneral outlook is flattering,
and close-in property is particularly in
demand ; not solely for speculation, as
the prospective purchasers intend im
proving the property so that it will pay
a moderate interest on present valueß.
R. G. Lunt—The outlook here is bet
ter in every respect than it haa been for
four years. The feeling is one of confi
dence, and prices are firmer. I have
been inform- <1 that a large building will
shortly be erected on the east Bide of
Main street, runnirg north from First
street to the new McDonald building. I
regard the sale of the Nadeau ranch as
very advantageous for this city. There
is a demand for all kinds of cltv prop
In One Minute
Sciatic, sharp and shooting
pains, strains and weak
nesses are relieved by the
Cuticura Anti-Pain Pias
ter. Quick, original and
unfailing, it instantly relieves
weak, painful kidneys, back
ache, uterine pains and
weaknesses, coughs, colds
and chest pains. It vitalizes
the nervous forces, and
hence is powerful in the
treatment of nervous pains
weakness, numbness and paralysis.
Price, asc; five, $1.00. At all Druggists or by
mail. Pottik Dxuu and Chum. Cosr., Boston.
Hradnate ol Laval and McOlll,
Head offioe, Qusdcc; branoh office, Montreal,
Canada. 12-20 ly
We sold on the Pacific Coast over 70,000 cans of
Cleveland's baking* powder, that means Cleveland's
baking powder has tens of thousands of friends where
a year ago it was hardly known, and to-day no baking
powder is growing so rapidly in public favor.
This has been done not by attacking others in the same
business or by publishing scurrilous notices in the newspapers
at so much a line or by mere advertising (for competitors have
spent money lavishly in advertising against us), but by the true
merit and value of the article itself.
We believe that our present business is simply
an earnest of good things to come, for every thrifty
housewife who once uses Cleveland's baking powder is
sure to keep on using it, and sooner or later will recom
mend it to her friends.
Cleveland Baking Powder Co., New York.
P. S. In using Cleveland's baking powder, be sure to remember that it is
stronger than others and less of it is required for the same baking. For the best
results, a rounded tcaspoonful does as much as a heaping teaspoonful of others.
erty, the residence portion being much
Allison Barlow—l find the real eatate
business better now than at any other
time since the boom. It is in a healthy
etate and there is a large call for im
proved and unimproved property, both
business and residence.
Mr. Kennedy of Norton & Kennedy—
The market has improved very much
and affairs are looking up considerably.
There is a demand for all descriptions of
property. Confidence has been reatored.
We have recently sold a number of
orange orchards and are negotiating
with aome eastern people here at pres
ent for the aale of similar property.
Unimproved property 1b also very
001. R. J. Northam —The movement
of real estate in Southern California at
present and for sometime past has been
very active. The truth of the buainess
is that we have sold over $600,000 worth
of lands in Orange and Los
ADgelea counties since January
lat. We never did thin
much business before in the same pe
riod of time. Some real estate here in
the city that a year ago I would have
been only too glad to Bell and which I
placed on tbe market at a very low fig
ure, I have withdrawn. lam not only
content to hold it new. but I will not
sell it. Oh, we are going to have lots of
buyera here from now on. They not
only want city, but they also want acre
Los Angeles Theater. —The Spider
and the Fly company closed a very suc
cessful engagement last evening and de
parted ior another year.
On Friday and Saturday Ole Olson
will be given with a new company, and
the addition of many features since his
last visit to Loa Angeles.
Boncieanlt's play, Led Astray, will be
given thia evening. In the third act
Miss Gracie Walker will sing.
Unity Church. —The Unity olub lis
tened last evening to an entertaining
and erudite paper by Mr. G. A. Dobin
son on Ancient Guilds, and one by Mr.
H. Z. Osborne on Trades Unions, the
affair concluding with an essay by Gen
eral Rollins on Should Arbitration be
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women of all ages how to be beautiful.
Price of La Freckla.
$i PER BOTTLE.
For sale by all first-class drugglnts.
Address all orders and letters, MME. M.
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CLARK & BRYSON,
(Successors to Clark & H urn piireyK)
Wholesale and Retail
Office, 123H West Second it., Burdlck block
Yards at Redondo aud Los Angeles. 118 ly
NOTICE IS HEREBY BIVHN THAT HERg
alter all persons wißhing' to have children
admitted into or discharged irom the "Los An
gelesOrphans' Home," mast make application
toth Ad lsslon Committee, at the Orphans'.
Home, ,orner Tale and Alpine streets, on Fri
days, between the tiours of 9 a.m. and 4 p.m.
All persons wishing to adopt or indenture
children, are requested to spply at the same
time and place.
Persons indebted to the society for board of
chl dren are notified that payments must be
made promptly, at the same time an place.
Buch persons as do not regard this direction by
March 1,1893, are not fkd that tbe aoard of
Manager, will fe 1 at liberty to place their
children In good private homes.
Parents, relatives and friends' visiting days
are the second and fourth Fridays of each
i month. This rule must be strictly observed,
Los Angeles, Feb. 7,1803.
French, Tragedy, Silver, Bulgarian
APPLE, APRICOT, CHERRY,
PEAR, PEACH AND OLIVE
££F~De;crlptlvo and priced catalogue of
BEtSDS, TREfIS, BULBS, etc on application.
TRUMBULL & BEEBE,
419-121 Sanaotce St., San Franciaco, Cal.
"By a thorough knowledge of the natural
laws which govern the operations of digestion
and nutrition, and by a careful application of
the fine properties of well selected Cocoa, Mr.
Epos haR provided our breakfast tables with a
lellcately flavored beverage which may save ns
many heavy doctors' bills. It is by the Judi
cious use of such articles of diet that a constitu
tion may he gradually built np until strong
enough to resist every tendency to disease. Hun
dreds of subtle maladies are floating around ns
ready to attack whatever there is a weak point.
We may escape many a fatal shaft by keeping
ev.rselves well fortified with pure blood ana a
properly nourished frame."—Civil Service Ga
zette. Made simply with boiling water or milk.
Bold only in half-pound tins, oy grocers, labeled
JAMES KPPB A CO., Homoeopathic Chem
ists. London, England.
Extract of Beef ,
Inferior and imitation sorts are coarse, of
d iflagreeablo odor and unpleasant flavor, bat
Bearing the author-
lzed signature of W f X*
Justus Yon Lie
big, the great/JT* mmmvr^mm
chemist. Sf C j
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Dr White is the only specialist in the Hia
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curable cases. Don't waste time with paten
medicines. If yon have any sexual trouol
co suit Dr. White. Solentino treatmen.
%Wk I ALIFORNIA
New Lot of Indian Bas
! i) % keta Frco Tulare.
fflt 3 Bottle-Neck Baskets
Ik bmmjM Only house In the city that
carries a large stock of
hdiao Blankets, Pottery and Bare Relics.
Also a big stock of Mexican Zarapes. Onyx, Bag
Figures, Feather Carls and Gua
OPALS, PRECIOUS STONES AND JZWELBY.
(WBELL'S (pOSITY QTOBE,
V No. 325 vl a Spring. *J2-103m
C. F. HEINZEMAN,
Druggist & Chemist,
1 222 N. Main St., Los Angeles.
Prescriptions carefully compounded day or
airat, "22 r'
C. E. DAY Sc CO.'S
-S SPECIALS K
<£OAfiA— VfH ACRES IN EAST SAN OA- aoof-LOT NEAR FIRST-STREET CABLE\
flp*£*F\lVF brief; smHll cash pavncnt, 10-.v In- eptLit* $15 per month,
tcrest. Adjoining land held at $200 per acre.
»IAAA—O CnOICB LOTS COVERED WITH
fli')"<lA— 2o tCREs' WITH WATER, NE\R epIUUU fruit trees; one block from electric
rB~»H)U Fullerton; act to figs Sycars; half roail
- LOCATED LOTS ON Till
O EnOrt -20 A °RES, HIGHLY IMPROVED; 3P hill; 50x248 feet.
0r * n ««« Ahd grapes; good house, ffi orAA-FOR A PHYSICIAN-NICE HOUSE,
oarn, in. flPO,K"Miarn; fruit, flowers, hedges, etc.l
.„ -,„„„ . _ ... _„ ___ fine location, together with a practice which
1 -. -00011 LOT - CLOSE IN, ON FIRST- yaM tfriOOO in 1892. We desire thorough ln<
IST'>—•» slrect electric road; lays well; cannot vestigation.
be duplicated. ,
I» | AHA—ON INSTALLMENTS, NICE FOUR
iiJAA—S-ROOM HOUSE, WELL TIUILT; LOT room house 3 blocka from plaza)
rPOUU 50x225; house cost $1600. large fruit trees; good location. This u close in.
C. E. DAY Sc CO.,
121 South Broadway, Los Angeles, Can
w. p. rvri ntosh,
144 S. MAIN ST., LOS ANGELES, CAL.
HAS FOR SALE :
The choicest 10 and 20 acre tracts of orange 1 1 , acres on Cypress avenue, Redlands, aa.
land at Redlands on 10 years' time; only 10 joining the elegaut residenc, of Isaac Ford,
fier cent, cash down and no further payment with 315 orange trees iv bearing; house worth
or 10 years; only 6H per cent. Interest; only 1 ff2500: all for $6000; only one-third cash, bah
mile from the postofnee. Price, $300 per acre, auce long time at 0* per cent, net Interest.
Including water piped to each tract. 40 acres adjoining the beautiful Mentons
Orange land and orange trees at Montone, nurseries, witn pressure water and necessarl
?:260 to $350 per acre; from M to \% miles flrst-cla-s budded orange trees to plant same,
rom both railroad depots. Terms, one-third $12,500.
cash, balance in 6 years at 8 pur cent per an- I<>', acres at Mentone, adjoining the ice fao
num. try, with about one-third planted to 2-year-oW
Every tree guaranteed to live or be replaced buds; two-Story house, pressure water; onlj
at expense of company. Hare experienced $5500.
orbhardlsts to plant and care for land for ah- 160 acres 1 mile from Crafton station, 6f
sent owns sat#l 75 per acre a month until in acres of whfch is flne orange land, with flnt
bearing. No bud planted leas than I', feet spring on upper portion, for 169 per acre,
tall. The orchards at Mentone have never Also 10-aore orange groves, planted ono yeat
been injured by frost, wind or fruit pests. from $820 to $400 per acre.
A FEW SPECIAL BARGAINS. ,„ NURSERY FOR BAL«.
,„„ . ~ , ... ... 10 acres in oranees and nursery of 70,00f
120 acres, pert'ctly level, m miles from cen- budded orance anu lemou 'rees, all from 3to i
te , r „ o ' R J I al » n<l8 . w Ith over 17 miner s inches feet tall, the best location and flnest nursery al
of Boar Valley water.wlth ObOO em-class Wash- Mentone. All trees grown without any chelte!
iugton navel orange trees to plant. Only $310 ev^r , e m. Prlca, $20,000. Will accept V. a
per acre, or $260 without the trees. Will sell price in treea at $1 each. The orchard wltaou
half at Bamei rate. the nursery is worth half of the price.
10 acres, all prep'red for trees and necessary A i so business and residence lots in Mentone,
trees to plant, $270 per acre; only 1% miles w i, e re lots have advanced mor s than 20 pe3
from Ueaiands postomce. cent, in past 30 daya on account of the cheai
10 acros. all in bearing, only W mile from powe r for manufacturing and the pure watd
Crafton - tatlon, $6000; H cash, balance long g n d dry climate
time. This price Is 40 per cent. leaß than its city property sold and money loaned,
present value. Apply to
W. P. McINTOSH, 144 S. Main Street,
LOS ANGELES, CAL. l-25-eod-2m
AT AUCTION !
Lots! Episcopal Ghmrch Tract,
ON OEANGE, BIXEL, SIXTH AND ST. PAUL STEEETS.
TODAY ATIO O'CLOCK
ON THE GROUNDS.
C. A. SUMNER & CO, Auctioneers,
10T SOUTH BROADWAY.
THE COLUMBIAN FAIR EIutJRSION CO.
Incorporated for the Purpose of Affording Its Certificate Holders
Visiting the World's Fair First-Class Accommoda
tions at a Moderate Price.
We control and operate the following hotels: The Costello, Portland, Everett, and the Bos
ton—all new, and equipped with all modern conveniences, snd within fi»e minutes' walk of ths
north entrance. The Boston will be the headquarters of tho Grand Lodge of tho I. 0. 0. F. dur
ing the Fair.
THF FAIR WILL OPEN MAY I, 1893.
Our books close April 1.1893. Now is the time to secure your accommodations and fnsnrs
against exorbitant rates. Unused certificates redeemed in cash.
Furntshedat lowest prevailing rates on departure by any route. Parties of fifteen and upward
can secure special cars to aud from Culcago.
The Hide and Leather National Bank of Chicago, trustee for certificate holders, The Los
Angeles National Bank, collector for Southern California.
For rates, terms and full particulars call on or address
1-31 su-tu-th-st 2m W. H. GOUCHER,
229 B. Spring St., Los Angeles Theater building, General Agent for Southern California.
EriMhof the Dr. Liebig Co. of Sm Fruoiiei.
Tho staff of tho Lleblg World Dispensary are
\&'mlß&fuM i9fc*Sw3 the only Burgeons lv Los Angeles performing
thelateat operations reqnlred for a radical cure
a. ofStrictnro, Hydrocele, Varloocele, Piles, FU-
tula and Rectal diseases, Eye, Ear, Nose,
Throat and Lungs, diseases of the Digestive Or-
gens, and diseases of women and children.
(hronie Diseases cf the Nose, Throat snd Imp
halatfoitof'atoinizoil Moulds and powders. Im-
mediate rellet ior Catarrh and Irritation cf the
"Umi and deformities.
Appliances for Rupture, Curvature of the
Spine, Oluo Foot, and all deformities, manu-
lactured by our own Instrument maker.
liriT Nervous Debility, Sexual Weakness, Loss of t^}'^'^, t^! t
Ail L M Spermatorrhea and all unnatnrai discharges of either »<ix treated with unfall.
VI r IM lngsucces.. Confidential book aud bottle of aorman Invigorate: given free to
IfijLll prove its merit; sure cure to, special private and nervous ' rou "|V MAIN
All ouTphyMclans constantly In j Address nD ICDfI I flf) J
attendafcefrom 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. I (In confidence) UH LILDIU a CU., LOS ANGELES.
_ DR. PRITCHARD,
do>s*\ ' Rectal, Female and Chronic Diseases
fjfcff $•"> \ Such as Asthma, Bronchitis, Consumption, Constipa
WMttMWlfc, (WRI tion, Dyspepsia, Nervous Prostration, Insora
ff||iip§l 'r1 cia, insanity, Paralysis, Rheumatism,
f Skin Diseases, etc., etc.,
|PKSi*7 TREATED BY AN EWTISii MEW METHOD,
< BiPMf Send for book (free) v/iich will explain fully how Chronic
fflwCmwß -/ -fllJjlV diseases of all kinds are readily relieved and cared.
Diseases CURED in from two to four weeks
"*" 00 or ao<lresB
MWw W. E. PRITCHARD, M. CD.,
$Jpf iSS N. Spring st., Los Angeles.
Office Hours, 12 to 4 p. m Telephone <5g
Wholesale and EJetnll Dealer In
WELLINGTON LUMP COAI
And Catalina Soapstone Wall Finish.
This material is Are proof, has a beautiful tint, and can bo washed without injury,
erce: ISO VT. Second street. Tel. 36. ■ «t> Yard: BSE S. Wain ttfoet, Tel, 104