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Report ot observations uk ia at Las Ange'.ei,
February 23, 1893
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oToO a. o. 30 07 54 43 NE 3 Clear.
tKH> p. m 130.031 00 42 1 W 4 PtC'dy
Max. tern., 78: mln tym.. 4G.
Rainfall for the aoasou, 17.4 U.
Forecast fo- Southern California: Fair
Heather; cooler; northerly winds.
The real estate transfers vfcßterday
footed np $234,1 ?O.9'J.
Lee Frye and D. R. Hicks were arrest
ed yesterday by Officer Steele on suspi
cion. They had a dark lantern and a
a full-fledged "billy" in their possession.
Prof. Riddell will give his moßt enter
taining lecture tonight at Y. M. C. A.
ball. Subject, Love, Courtship and Mar
riage. Admission, 15 and 25 cents.
Undelivered telegrams at the Western
Union Telegraph company's office, cor
ner Main and Court Btreeta, February
23,1893: P. J. Flynn, Stock, Clias H..
Capen, Mra. Lillie Wentworth (2), Mrs.
John M. Kennedy, jr., H. H. Stafford.
R. Dunlap & Co. of New York are
the leading hatters of America. A full
line of their silk, stiff and soft hats now
on Bale at Desmond's, No. 141 South
Spring Btreet, Bryeon-Bonebrake block.
Cunningham's Australian aboriginies
will begin a week's engagement tomor
row at the People's amphitheater on
Main atreet. An opportunity will be
given to study their curious personal
traits and see them at close range.
Yesterday afternoon Ada Blanchard
and Georgia Palmer came to the police
station and gave themselves np on a
charge of grand larceny preferred against
them by the two young Texnne who
claim that they were robbed of $25 in
their "crib" on Alameda street.
A game of football will be played on
March 4th, at Athletic park, between
the Olive and Chaffee college teams.
Thia game is for the championship of
Southern California. It will bo well
contested and interesting throughout.
These teams have already played to
gether, tbe last game resu.tingin a tie.
They are about evenly matched, and
will play for all that is in it. A banquet
will be given In the evening to the
members of the teams.
Are you going to the world's fair? If
io, settle now tbe all important prob
lem, where Bhall I stay and what will it
cost? For circular letter giving in
formation of special advantage to yon on
these points, call on or address A.
Phillips & Co., 138 South Spring street,
Oystere 50 cents a dozen, any Btyle,
Hollenbeck Hotel cafe, 214 Second st.
Sheriff George S. McKenzie of Napa
was in the city yesterday en route to
Whittier with Lee Ivis, a youth com
mitted to the echool for a year from his
John Drake,'a well known citizen and
capitalist of Rivereide, was in Los An
geles yesterday. Mr. Drake has resided
in Southern California for something
like fifteen yeare. He has amassed a
fortune in the culture of the orange, and
is recognized as one of the best poßted
horticulturists in all California.
THE KEELEY CURE.
An Agent or the Famous Riverside In
stitute ln lion Angeles.
Mr. B. S. Hill, the agent of the River
eide Keeley institute, is in the city, and
ia stopping at the Nadeau. Mr. Hill
will remain here for a weak, and any
parties desiring information concerning
the Keetey treatment or its effect can
obtain it from him. In fact, all desired
information can be secured by calling
on or addressing him concerning this
famous remedy for the alcohol, opium
and morphine habits.
THEY CAN WED.
People Who Yesterday Secured Tllelr
The following marriage licenses were
issued yesterday by the county clerk:
Frank Brown, aged 40 years, a native
of Belgium, residing in San Pedro, and
Lottie Meyers, aged 23 years, a native of
Nebraska, residing also at San Pedro.
J. R. Merrill, aged 40 years, a native
of Ohio, resident of Cucamonga, and
Mabel Ayara, 18 yearß of age, a native cf
Texas, residing in Los Angeles.
Harry Jackins, aged 30, a native of
Maine, residing in Loa Angeles, and
Alice Stone, native of lowa, aged 30, also
a resident of Los Angeles.
It Took Trouble, but He Got It.
About two or three months ago I pur
chased from you a bottle of Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy, put up in Das
Moines, la. Such good results were ob
tained from its use that I enclose $1 and
ask that you send me two bottles by ex
press.—J. A. Scriven, 18 East Fif
teenth street, New York city. To. H.
H. Lane, druggist, Peekekill, N. Y. Mr.
Scriven is president of one of the largest
shirt factories in New York, and widely
known in business circles. When
troubled with a cold give this remedy a
trial and, like Mr. .Scriven, you will
want it when again in need of such a
medicine; 50 cent bottles for sale by C.
F. Heinzeman, 222 North Main street,
New Steamship Line to San Diego.
The sailing of tho steamship Tilla
mook has been unavoidably detained on
account of the many changes which
were very necessary for the comfort of
tbe passenger travel. Therefore the
galling day has been postponed until
Saturday, February 25, 1893, on which
day she will positively sail. This the
public may depend upon. Passengers
will leave on the Terminal train at 0 :45
a. m. and connect with tho steamer,
which will sail at 10:25 a. m. from San
Pedro, prompt at that hour. Tickets,
$3, good to return at any time within SO
days. Call at once at the office of the
company. 121 South Broadway, and pur
chase your tickets.
R. P. List, notary public. Legal papers care
fully drawn. 127 \\ . Second. Telephone Itio.
Importer and dealer ln Chinese and Japanese
fancy goods. All kin is of silks, silk dress pat
terns, embroidered silk dressing gowns, thuwls
and handkerchiefs, and gents' furnWhing
goods. And also manufactures ladies' under
wear. I respectfully call the attention of tbe
public to the fact chat all my stock ss now on
«eclal sale, regardless of cost. Wo. 505 North
tin stroet, opposite the plaza, Los Augeles.
People Who Kat In Kentanrants
Will learn with pleasure of the advent of Mr
Cohen, formerly of the Vienna *skery, into the
restaurant business again. He opens the New
Kngland Dairy, first and Broadway, opposite
the Times efftco, on Saturday, February 18th
The New England Dairy will be modeled after
the eld Vienna Bakery, and will be a model of
excellence. It la a co«y, cbeerful-looklusr place,
and with Cohen In harge will strictly first
class. Moderate prices will bo the rulo of the
Mew England Dairy.
Bee Qirxan Family Boaf.
The quickest resultß are obtained by
advertising in the claseiliod coiumnß of
the Herald, on the sixth page. Situa
tions are offered daily: houses and
rooms for rant, 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: special notices; profes
sional cards ; announcements of money
to loan and money wanted, and much
besides. Rates are 5 cents aline per
day, with low rates by the month.
The eloquent and convincing; addres.9
npon the Psychic Sciences, delivered by
Prof. Buchanan, at Opera House hail,
110 South Main street, laat Sunday, in
spired a great desire in the audience to
bear from him again. He has consented
accordingly to give another address up
on this interesting theme, next Sunday
evening, at 7:30, at the same place.
Freo eeeds.—Herald eubacribars who
gel their papers by mail, either daily or
weekly, are entitled to a package con
taining nine varieties of choice garden,
tree and forage plant eeeds. These
seeds are new of their several kinds,
and are believed to be the best ever
brought to Southern California. A
requirement is that a payment be made
in advance, nnd the Beeds aro only sent
The ladies of the Third Presbyterian
church will give an oyster cupper in the
chnrch parlor, corner of Hill nnd Six
teenth streets, Friday evening, February
24th, from 6 to 8 o'clock. Everybody in
vited. Supper 25 cents and 15 cents.
Now is tbe time to visit San Diego and
Hotel del Coronado; only $5 for the
round trip Saturday and Sunday. Tickets
good returning Monday. Trims leave
(Santa Fe) Btation. foot of Firßt street,
at 8:15 a. m. and 4:30 p. m.
Lieutenant Steere, Company A, will
organize a new class of recruits for his
company this (Friday) evening at the
armory. Young men of good character
Sanborn, Vail A Co. are the largest
dealers in all goods pertaining to the
picture and art trade on the coast. If
you need anything in their line call on
them. Good goods at satisfactory prices.
133 South Spring Btreet.
The Quaker evangelist, David B. Up
dergraff, will preach tl-is afternoon at
2:30 p.m. at Simpsrjn tabernacle, and
th* English evangelist, Isatc Naylor, at
7:80 p. in. Misa Updergraff will sing at
We are financially, morally and phys
ically able to figure your billa cheaper
than any other dealer in Southern Cali
fornia. Give us a trial. Willamette
Steam Mill, L. A M. Co., 204 South
If you want to see Southern Califor
nia, take iv tbe excursion Sunday over
the kite-shaped track of the Santa Fe ;
$2 05 for the round trip.
The Herald can be found in San Fran
cisco at tbe Palace and Occidental hotel
newß stands; in Chicago at tho post
office news stand; in Washington at
the Washington news exchange; iv
Denver at Hamilton & Kendrick'a.
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 fall
to read these notices.
Dr. Chas. de Szigetby is now located
in the liryson-Bonebrake block. Resi
dence, Baker block. Office hours, 11:30
to 3:30. Sundays and evenings by ap
pointment. Office tel. 1156; residence
Rome, illustrated by 39 views. Lec
ture tbia evening at English Lutheran
church, Eighth and Flower streets, by
Rev. Stine. Admission, 35c; course, 50c.
Framed pictures for wedding presents
and for all other occasions, in new and
artistic designs, mouldings for all styleß
of pictures, in great variety, Sanborn,
Vail & Co., 133 South Spring street.
Choice fruit land, best of soil and bast
of water right, is now being offered by
the Hemet Land company at $100 per
acre, including water. Apply at room
28, Baker block.
California poppies are now in bloom
on the Altadena branch of the Terminal
railway. One fare on Sundays for the
Go to the Tabor Carriage worka on
West Fifth Btreet, for buggies, carriages
and Concord business wagons. Wehave
; leo in stock carriage robea, dusters and
One fare for the round trip to all
points on the Southern California rail
way (Santa Fe route) Sunday, February
Illich's restaurant, 145 and 147 North
Main etreet. Everything new and first
class. Private apartments. Fresh fish,
oystere nnd daily. Open all night.
Lecture tonight at Y. M. C. A. ball on
Love, Courtship and Marriage, closing
with a double phrenological wedding.
Try our Sonoma Zinfandel wine at 50
cents per gallon. T. Vache & Co., cor.
Commercial and Alameda sts. Tel. 309.
For choice meats call at 138 North
Main street. Louis Streuber, euccessor
to Vickery & Hindß. Telephone 160.
Dr. Price, M. R. C. V. 8 . veterinary
surgeon, California etablee, 373 N. Main
et. Business punctually attended to.
If you want to make a safe invest
ment at good interest call today on
Snultis Pipe Co., 103 South Broadway.
Before you buy your lumber get figures
from Clark cc Bryson, wholesale and
retail lumber dealers, 123J0 West Second
Fifty cents round trip to Long Beach
and San Pedro, good going Saturday and
Sunday, and good returning Monday.
• Dr. A. Z. Valla, physician and sur
geon. Omcj and residence, 126 North
Main, new MoT), block. Telephone 284.
Dr. K. D. Wise, office 142J0 North
Main street. Office hours from 8 to 10
a. m. and 2tosp. m. Telephone 340,
Dr. Joseph Kurtz and Dr. Carl Kurtz,
physicians and surgeans, have removed
their offices to 147 South Main street.
Dr. 0. Kdgar Smith, rupture, female,
rectal diseases. Seventh and Main
streets. Telephone 1031.
Dr. Tudor, dentist, removed to Hotel
Ramona, Third and Spring sts. Crown
and bridge work.
Dr. Schiffman, dentist, haa removed
to 107,'jNorth Main St., Llchtenberger
Artists' material, complete line at San
born, Vail & (Jo., 133 South Springetreet.
Bi-weekly service to Catalina island.
Inquire at 130 West Second street.
It. G. Cunningham, dentist, rooms 1
and 2, Phillips block, N. Spring st.
Fine watch repairing a specialty. Con
radi's, Spring and Franklin. Reasonable.
Dr. Hollingsworth, reopened dental
office, 138J.J South Spring Bt.
Insure with A. 0. Golsh, 147 South
Campbell's Indian and Mexican goodj
Dr. Lindley, 331}.: South Spring st.
See W. P. Mcintosh's ad., Bth page.
LOS ANGELES HERALD : FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 24, 1893.
THE MISSION EXHIBIT.
A VBItV SUCCESSFUL AND IHTEft-
KSTINQ DISPLAY OPENED.
A Number, of Curios of the Time of
the Ancient Regime Illustrated by
Loetnres and Stereoptl
The exhibition rooms of the Mission
association on Broadway, opposite the
city hall, was crowded laat evening by
people interested in mission lore and
California curios. One of the features
was the Indian womsn making tortilWs.
Theae corn cakes, with a rather flat
taste, were handed around to soma of
the spectators who ate of them rather
The collection of curioi as displayed
by Mr. Campbell is a museum within
itself, and ia a eight which neither ten
derfoot nor native should miaa. Among
the peculiar Indian baskets ia a bottle
necked baaket woven from Tulare grass,
the colors blending beautifully in this
work of art. There are also to be seen
Navajo Indian baskets, Bacred Indian
robes, a cannon about 18 inches in
length, brought to this country by Gov
ernor Portata aud Father Serra, the
property of Don Autouio F. Oorouel,
the firßt alcalde of tiie pueblo of Los An
geles. The model of San Luis Rey mis
sion is also to be seen; also a primitive
Indian plow. Theae are only a fow of
the many quaint and curious objects to
be Been at this exhibition. Tne fine
collection of stone relics of Mr. Camp
bell will perhaps be added, aa ho has
generously offered to donate one-third of
the value should the society decide up
on adding the collection to its valuable
Another interesting feature was Btere
opticon views of several of the missions
by Mr. W. H. Wilson, with an explana
tory lecture by Miss Annie C. Murphy.
Tbe exhibition room will be open this
and tomorrow aftornoon and evening.
This evening Indian Agent Rust will lec
ture ou the "Medicine Men of Califor
On Saturday afternoon Don Antonio
F. Coronel will deliver a lecture on the
customs and manner of life in the mis
sions. In tbe evening there will be a
musicale by Misa Roth and Prof. Areva
lo, consisting of Spanish songs with
At intervals during the afternoons and
evenings the Indian women will furnish
the comedy element of making tortillas
GENERAL MATHEWS' LOSS.
A Fire Yesterday Morning Destroys
Some of ills Belonging**.
Yesterday morning at 4 o'clock a
small Btore belonging to Gen. John R.
Mathews, on South Spring streot, be
tween Eighth and Ninth streets, caught
fire in some mysteiious manner and
burned down. The building has been
unoccupied for some time. It adjoins
the family residence and since it was
vacant waa used by the family as a
Considerable household furniture and
wearing apparel were stored in it. The
contenti were all destroyed, the fire de
partment reaching the place too late to
save anything, ac it burned like a tinder
box, There was no insurance and the
loas amounted to about $1000. Ab there
waß no fire in the place, it was finally
decided that it was the work of incen
diaries, but ac General Mathews has no
enemieß it was difficult to place the
blame on anyone. The police investi
gated the premises during the day but
were unable to arrive at any conclusion.
A HAPPY SUCCESS.
Tlie Spring and Hummer Opening Day
Yesterday was the "opening day" for
tbe spring and summer season with
Desmond, the halter. His large and
commodiouß store, at 141 South Spring
Btreet, in the Bryson-Bonebrake block,
was consequently the scone of much
activity. All of his very fine and com
plete stock of goods was specially ar
ranged in a tasty and attractive man
ner. Numerous customers called, not
only to purchase but to extend their
compliments aa well. Mr. Desmond, it
will be remembered, carries a full line of
Dunlap'e silk, stiff and soft bats, as well
as men's furnishings. The "opening
day" was a pleasant and decided suc
M. P. THYE.
An Applicant for the Position of City
M. P. Thye ia an applicant for the
position of city electrician made vacant
by tbe resignation of Mr. Hogan. Mr.
Thye ia an old resident of Los Angeles,
well and favorably known, and has a
host of friends who are earnestly urging
his appointment. His petition for the
post is signed by most of tbe electricians
in the city and there iB not tbe slightest
doubt aa to the gentleman's com
pentency or ability to fili the poßt. The
fire commissioners would make no
mistake in selecting Mr. Thye as Mr.
A number one cough cure. Mr. James H.
Garnet. 241 i Cedar ureet, Buffalo, N. V., writes
thus: "1 am using Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup ln
my family and oeem it a number one medicine
for coughs and co.ds, and my house shall never
be without it."
slsa*illsai'lfl , l llll'l IIIHIIMPBII
Sick-headaches are tho outward indications of
derangements of the stomach and bowels. As
Joy's Vegetable- Bursa pari 11 a, is tbo only bowel
regulating preparation of Sarsaparilla, lt is seen
why it is tho only appropriate Snrsaparllla in
fifeiv--ln:ai.aches. It is not only appropriate, it is
an absolute cure. After a cournc of it an occa
sional dose at intervals will forever after prevent
Jno. M. Co*, of 735 Turk Street, San Francisco,
writes: "1 havo beer, troubled with attacks of
Blek-headaeho for the last three years from ono
to three times a week. Some time ago I bought
two bottlca of Joy's Vegetable Sarsaparilla and
havo only had one attack since and that was on
the second day after I began using lt.' ?
vll I VSarsaparilla
Must modern, most effective, ?i; 0 for ?5.
VS& gaking powder.
THE TRUMP OF JUBILEE.
REVIVALIST NAYLOIt'3 FKCCI.IAR
STYLE OF AROUSING SINNBRS.
How He Described the AwTul Terrors
of the Scene on tbe Graat Day
of Atonemeut ou Yester
The largest s-udienceof the week os
sembled last nigh l : in Bimpson taberna
cle. After an introductory song service
led by Evangelist Davidge Sage, Miss
Updergraff, with fine grace, Bung a solo,
the richnees and eweetneßS of which waß
appreciated by many who were appar
ently visibly touched.
The Key. laaac Naylor preached a
stirring eermon on Tho Trump of Jubi
lee. He said in part:
"Tho great day of atonement has
come, but where is the sacrifice? What!
Shall Jesus of Nazareth be the sacrifice?
He in whose lips was never found guile?
He whose voice the elements obeyed, ot
whose command the bands of death
were snapped ? Yes! Yea! Yes! Al
ready the pale faced moon, from its be
spangled arch of'blue.has looked upon
Uethsemane'a struggle, with its bitter
cup and bloody drops. Already the
devil haa entered into Judas, aud lie
hae gone to sell his master for 30 pieces
Hark I What mean those clashing
swords, those flaring torches, under
whose glare you ccc a mob of ruffians
coming thiewaj-? They are led to the
garden by the arch deceiver, who throws
hie arms around the neck of the inno
cent Lamb and with a traitor's kiss be
trays Him into the hands of the blood
thirsty band who dragged Him before
three tribunals. But the sacrifice is
now offered and bound to tbe tree.
What a scene of sorrow, lovo and pity.
Ye heavens, drag across your blue face
the d«rk pall of ages! Ye sun, bide
your blazing face behind a thunder
cloud! Ye Btarß, withdraw your bril
liant gaze! Ye hilla and mountains,
mantle youroelves in robes of blackest
Backclotn. Yo ehrubs, trees and flow
ers, bend your heads like the weeping
willows. Ye dew dropß, turn crimson.
Ye ocean billowe, join the roaring wind
in rolling fort h a deep death dirge. Ye
feathered tribe, change your plaintive
notes, and join the bellowing beasts in
Bending forth one loud, long lamenta
But look ! look! The great high prieet
seizes the golden trumpet of victory and
placea it to his lips. Demons turn their
heads towards the portals of doom for
flight. Bands of angels on their eilvery
wings float over the cross, and from the
trump of tbe great high priest there goes
up one shrill blast of jubilee. These
notes are taken up by the hovering an
gels and sounded from band to band,
aud from tribe to tribe, until the im
mortal beinga standing on the jasper
walled city pick up the notes and from
their golden trumpets sound them from
hill to bill, from mountain to mountain,
from palace to palace, until the corners
of tho immortal world echo ond re-echo
with the notes of jubilee."
The after meet;:)): was one of much
enthusiasm, many penitents coming for
ward to the altar rails, seeking and pro
fessing to find pardon. The cervices
will be continued today at 2:30 p.m.
and 7:30 p. m.
I.ucklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts, brulsos,
sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter,
chapped bands, cbilb'ains, corns and all skin
eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay
required. It is guaranteed to give perfect sat-
Isiaction, or money refunded. Price, 25c per
box. For sale by O. F. Heinzeman.
The only branoh in Southom
California of the World-renown
of Dwight, 111., ia looated it
i vers lfi q
10,000 TREATED AND CORED
Established Twelve Years
feted by Tlina Ko Experiment
D. G. PECK CO.,
HO N. MAIN ST., LOS ANGELES.
FREE FROM ANY' TRUST.
Always Open. Telephone 61.
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBfILMERS
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT,
r,38 South Spring St., Loa Angeles.
jffT\ M - D
-(A \ , GODFREY,
I§■ \\ I- I w# first st
if /vlVfi F!NE '
FK'» JS 1 "' New Lot of Ir.'ian Bas
ket? From Tulare.
3 Bottle-Keek Baskets
Jl Only house lv the city that
* carries a larg a stock of
Indian Blankets, Pottery and Rare Relics.
Also a biz stock of Mexican Zarapes. On jx, Rae
Figures, Feather Cards and Gau
OPALS, PBEGIOUH 3TONK3 AND JEWELRY.
PAMPBEIL'S pOSITY CTOPE,
V No. 329 V 8. Spring.
Monday, Feb. 27, 10 A.M
611 SOUTH SPRING STREET,
We will rcII the entlrn stock of new
Consisting of Bedroom Pets, Folding Beds, Bu
reaus, Lounges. ICxtuuslon and Combination
Tables, Chaira aid Rockers, Tables and Htaudc,
Mattresses and Sprlnri, Cooking and Heating
(JtosKware, Crockery, etc. Also
50 NEW TRUNKS & VALISES
Bale positive., as owner wishes to cngago la
other buMiiesß. MATLOCK & KEKO,
426--TJB 3 Spring st. Auctioneers.
The Standard-IS red Stallion,
17,610, Kace Kecord, 9lffBl
Will stand for public service the season of
1803 at our farm, Lou Nietos, Cal.
Terms: $30 earn, or appro veil note, at time of
service. All mares bred by the season, with
usual return privilege. All mares at owner's
risk, au we wj'l not be reiponiible for accidents
or escapes (j ood pasturage, or fed hay if de-
Bired, at reasonable terms.
d-w 1-1 2m SANCHEZ BROS., Owners.
BRIDGE WORK. DENTISX
Crcwa am. Bridge Work
l Teeth fhled and ex
C j tracved without pain
SJKT OF TEETH, J»7 TO SlO.
DR. L_. ET FORD,
Late with the Chicago College of
118 S. Spring St., Los Angeles.
Hours, 8 a.m, to 5:30 p.m.
t£F~ Consult.tion free. 9-78 Cm
Fine Gold Filling,
A " ope ** tioM P ain "
J?(sk SBT TKKTII, * 3 - 00
SAN GABRIEL VALLEY
Ctoice lands for sale by K. J. BALDWIN in
the faraovs SANTA ANlXAandad
j .cent ranches. Tracts one acre to teu thou
sand, perfect for orange, lemon, English wal
>ut. olive, and alt dectduouß fruit, general
firming, stock, and dairy, Co i bines best land,
wat- r, cllm- tc, and location in the world. For
narticulara address H. A. UNRUH,
-'-in 3m Arcaaia, Los Angeles county, Cal.
And a fuu''aan>ru&eot ol Crockery, Vhma and
Glassware, strictly nrst-blass at bottom prioea.
STAFFORDSHIRE OROOKIBI CO.,
8-37 417 south Bsrlrnr street 6m
WE HAVE FOR SALE A LIMITED
quantity of some of the finest orange
land in Southern California, in the fa
mous Cucamonga Colony. These lands, situ
ated on the lines of the Santa Fe and S. P.
railroads, are supplied with an abundance of
water, piped to each 20 acres, and have one of
the best water rights in California, not subject
to any question of riparian rights or prior ap
propriation. The principal owners of this
tract, Messrs. I. W. Hellman, J. C. Lynch, E.
T. Wright and others, have decided for the
next 60 days to offer these lands at reduced
prices and very easy terms. If you desire
some of the finest orange, lemon and fruit
lands in the world, with all the favorable con
ditions of climate, soil, etc., call at once upon
Q E. DAY & CO., 121 South Broadway.
W. P. M'INTOSH,
t 144 S. MAIN ST., LOS ANGELES, CAL.
HAS FOR SAL.EZ :
The choicest 10 and 20 acre tracts ot orango 4'4acr"s on Oypfir-s avenue, Redlands. ad
land nt Redlands nn 10 years' time; only io Joining tho eleia.it residence ol liiiao Foid,
fier cent, cash down aud no further payment with 315 orange fees in bearing; iiou.-,o worth
or 10 yeirs; only 6W per cent. Interest: only 1 $2500: all fo- QOQOOj oily one-third cash, bal
mile from tbe postoft.ee Price, $300 per acre, ance long tlme-al i; ; . per cent, net interest,
including water pined to each tract. 10 aore» adjoining the beauiifnl Mentone
Orange land and orange trees at Mcatone, nurseries, wiin proaiure water end necessary
$2(10 to $350 per acre: from % to IV.' miles first-cla'S budded orange trees to plant same,
from both railroad depots. Terms, one-third $12,500.
casb, balance in 5 years at 8 per oent per an- 10% acres at Men'one, adioinlDg the ice fao
num. t~ry, with ab jut one-third planted to 2-year-old
Every tree guaranteed to live or bo replaced bnds; two-story house, proisure water; only
at expense of company. Have experienced $°>500.
orbhardists to plant and care for land for all- IfiO acres 1 mile from Crafton station, (10
sent owne satsl 75 per aero a month until ln sees o," which is flio orange land, with iiua
bearing. No bud planted less thau 4Ai foet spring on unpov portion, for (60 per acre,
tall. Tho orchards at Mentone have never Also 10-acte orange groves, planted one year,
been injured by frost, wind or fruit pests. 1 from $320 to $400 per acre.
A FEW SPECIAL BARGAINS. „ NORSE RY FOR SALH.
.„„ . ~ , ■ ... lOacres In oransi", and nursery of 70,000
120 acres, perfectly level, 1U miles from cen- budded omuce and lemon trees, ah from 3to 5
ter of Redlands, with over 17 miner s inches fool tal]i lhe best locution and tine-t nursery at
of Bear Valley wster.with ObOO flrst-class Wsrli- Mentone. Alt uvea grown without an-,h liter
lngton navel orange trees to plant. Only $310 over • em. Price, $>0,000. Will accept li of
per acre, or $2 r >o without tho trees. Will sell pricein trees at $1 each. The orchard without
half at same rate. '' the nursery is wui;li Lv.lf of the price.
10 acres, all prepared for trees and neoesmry A i ßo business and residence lots In Mentouo,
trees to plsnt, $2,0 per acre; only miles „t, ete lots hay*> advanced more than 20 pst
from 1.0-.lands j,ostotice. cent, in past 30 d«y« on account nf the cheap
10 acrci, ail in besring, only \i milo from p owe r for manufacturing and tho pure water
Crafton "tation. $6000; M cash, balanro long Snd dry climate.
time. Thlsprico is 40 per cent less than its ciiy property sold and inouey loaned,
present value.' Apply to
W. P. McINTOSH, 144 S. Main Street,
LOS ANGELES, CAL. i-25-eod-2m
HOGS WANTED I
CUDAHY PACKING COMPANY,
ON JULY 1, 1893,
By which time our packing house, with a killing capacity of
150,000 hogs annually, will be completed.
"ITfE REQUIRE 600 HOGS DAILY in order to operate our preicnt plant to its full oepaotty.
V\ and are prepared to increase it to any extent neoessary to ci-.re tor -.1! the hogs that rnsy be
Wa solicit correspondence both from these wanting hogs ior breeding purposes and from
those having thoroughbred breeding stock for ssle.
Information furnishsd ro'gaidlug tho successful breeding and growing of hogs.
The Cudahy Packing Co.,
Los Angeles, Qetl.
Packers of the Celebrated "REX" Brand of Hams, Bacon,
2.22 Lard, Canned Meats and Extract of Beef
King's Royal Germetuer
Is a positive euro for
Catarrh, Rheumatism, Nioralgis, Asthma,
Bowel, Liver, Kidney and bladder Diseases,
General Debility and all (itriu Diseases.
AS PLEASANT AS LEMONADE.
PRICE, $1 PER BOTTLE
KING'S ROYAL GERMETUER COMPANY
All (1 nt,'i, Ga.
For coughs, colds,
and all lung
Crescent Malt Whiskey
It is pure and health
ful, bold nn!y
by all druggists,
OUR NEW CATALOGUE, giving full descrip
tion, with directions for running, price i,
sizes, weights, shipping tules, etc , sent iree to
Santa Ana Incubator Co.,
SANTA ANA. OAL..
Baker Iron Works
930 TO 066 BUENA VISTA ST.,
LOS ANQELES, CAL.
Adjoining the Southern Pacific grounds, Tel
enhons la*. 7-21
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA.
The preliminary COURSX OF LECTURES in
tbe medical department of the University of
California will begin Wednesday, March Ist, at
9 a m.. at the College Building, Stockton St.,
near Chestnut, Ban Franclsoo.
R. A. McLEAN, M. D., Dean,
60S Merchant SI., cor. Montgomery,
2.13 12t San Franclso*
DISEASES OF MEN,
126 North Main Street,
New McDonald bk.
The moit successful Private lHsease doctor
[n vhtj State. GoiuTrliak. Gleet, (Stricture*
4ent(ual Weakness, Ncr you* Debility,
Syphilis, (Skin ano Kidney diseases and
Sexual Weakness Hucoesslully treated. Med
icines prepared in private laboratory. Both
sexes -jonsult ln confidence. Or. White has
no hired substitutes. Yon see the doctor only.
Dr White is the only specialist in the State
who exclusively treats private, nervous and
chronic diseases. Cures guaranteed in all
lurable cases. Don't waste time with patent
medicines. If you have any sexual trouol*
consult Dr. White. Scientific- treatment.
IS WANTED OP
He la supposed to be at or near Los Angeles,
Addicss Jfci'N A. WALL,
Atlorney at Law,
331 Montgomery St., ban Francisco.
C. F. HEINZEMAN,
Druggist & Chemist,
222 N. Main St., Los Angeles.
Prescriptions carefully compounded day oa
urns. mJi *f