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MONDAY, DECEJHU lt 25, I spa.
AN INDEX TO YESTERDAY.
BT TELEGRAPH—A threat to blow up tho
Armour Institute in Chicago A largo
number ot Sunday tragedies Sensational
Jtrain robbery In Indian Territory... Gossip
■mbout the Corbett-Mitchell fight . ..Thoßra-
Illllan revolution Foreign Hashes.. .Coast
culling* Atchison's receivership Gen
eral news gleanings.
JLOOAI, AND MISCELLANEOUS—FuII
details ol tbe Boscoe train robbery
Church aervlces yesterdsy Sardine mak
ing at San Pedro What some people
wanted for a Christmas present Native
Bona have a marine picnic.
Santa Ana—Marshal Nichols makes an Im
Pasadena.—Christmas services Foot ball
San Bibnardino—Christmaa services.
Bivibßi.de—The case of Mrs. Post.
THE NEW YEAR'S HERALD.
On New Year's Day the Hkrai.p will
get out a notably fine edition, with a
view to ita availability for circulation
at the Midwinter Fair. It will be the
largest daily paper ever ieened in
Southern California, and, with two
exceptions, the largest ever issued .
west of the Rocky mountaine. It will
be profnaely illustrated and will be full
of interesting and reliable statistics.
It will aleo be tbe largest edition of
any daily paper ever issued in the state
outside of San Francisco. Its desirabil
ity as an advertising medium can
therefore be appreciated. Tens of thou
sands of thia publication will be circu
lated at tbe Midwinter Fair, many of
our public spirited citizens having sub
scribed liberally towarda that end.
The advantages to the advertiser and
to thoee having real estate to sell of a
place in the columns of tbe New
Year's Hbrald can be appreciated at a
glance. We have still some space at
the service of our advertisers, but it
should be applied for at once.
It is to be regretted that the outfall
sewer was not completed in advance of
the present raine. The opportunity of
testing the work could not be improved.
The Herald reiterates its demand for
* census of Los Angeles taken under
the auspices of the city. The cost
would be trifling and the benefita im
Mayor Ellert, of San Francisco, haß
bad himself admitted to the bar. He ia
about to sell bis drug store and will
fcettle down to the practice of the law
When he leaves the mayoralty.
There is a double tiling to be grate
ful for during a brief epan—we Bha.l
liotonly have turkey and truffles during
the holidays, hut we shall not be talked
to death by the politicians in congress.
For holidays and other blessings we
•re duly grateful, but we confess that
we would a little rather they should
not come too closely together. In
bunches of two they are not so accept
Everything oughtsoon to be in readi
ness to cut down Temple Btreet near
Bunker Hill avenue. Tlie improved
grade will be sensibly appreciated by the
large number of people both in the city
and towards the Cahuenga who are !
obliged to use that thoroughfare.
The Chamber of Deputies of Ls Belle
France promises to be a very interesting \
arena for come ttr> to come. It is a
Question bb to whette. a visitor would
be safer in the galleries or on the floor
of the Chamber, tbe members ol the
latter are often no explosive, Ju.-t now,
however, the police seem to have the
whip hand und a dynamiter will have
to be ,: ery Bkiilful to escape their Argue
An ideal year has set in and all sortl
of benefactions are ahee.d for tho favored
people of Southern California. It hat
run into an adage i>: Southern California
that the most perfect seasons are when
the rains begin about Christmas, The;
roulii not possibly hay» come moro op
jiortuuelj' than they have so far tbi
J-eur. Of our recent rama we may bhi
with truth that if we had had (heii I
fashion int; ourselves wo could n"f h*\ve
improved upon ihe work of the weather
clerk. First we had a lovely rain o! 86
--100 ot au inch just before Onriitiuas,
4cublleuß to lay the dubt aud allow the
country people to come into town and
make their purchases. Then it <•'" »d
up and we had seraphic weath> at
j <empted all our people on to the et
r>.nd gave the merchants a hsrveit lud
iast, as the stores closed, we were treated
to a splendid rainfall wbich will, in a
few days, mantle our hills in an emerald
| splendor. We thns see ushered in un
I ideal Cnriatmas.
MERRY CHRISTMAS TO YOU ALL.
In accordance with a time-honored
I usage the Hkrai.ii wiehea its readers,
| one and all, a merry Christmas. The
1 day opens anspicionoly. Plenty and
| prosperity abound throughout all the
' gracious land of Southern California
\ and probably no section was ever more
blessed than our own fragrant and beau
tiful Lob Angeles. Our whole horizon ia
iridescent with the good things of tbe
present and future. Specially blessed in J
every line in which the good God can
chow favors to his children the beacon
lights of hope and progress hang out in
Let no man suffer today for lack of a
cheering word or a brotherly greeting.
In this most gracious aeason the miserly
should forget their malign trait and the
generous should redouble their liberal
ity. We think we know whereof we
speak when we say that within the
limits of Los Angeles no man need be
without cut and come again at tbe na
tional bird today. The Hkrai.d most
heartily echoes the Shakspearean re
frain, "May digestion wait upon appe
tite and health npon both."
Elsewhere will be found some charm
ing stories, in keeping with tbe season,
which we commend to our readers as a
solace for their moments of leieure.
THE ATCHISON'S PLIGHT.
It iB often a puzzle to some unsophis
ticated persons as to how a corporation
like the Atchißon railway can get so
j deeply in debt. The obligation! of that
j road are placed at between $250,000,000
J and $350,000,000—the latter figure being
I probably nearer the mark. Either
i eonnda like a stupendous Bum. Allow
ing for extravagance and niisraanags
ment, a great source of the embaraas
ment of the Atchison arose from injudi
cious and premature extensions of tbe
road. Take, for instance, the branch
extending from Deming to Guaymas.
No cane man ever expects to see that
branch pay axle greaße. A sardonic
observer wonld be tempted to cay that
it was built for the purpose of insuring
the death of its American employes
from yellow fever. That waa undoubt
edly one of tbe effects of its building,
but it was certainly not one of its aims.
It was built solely and simply for the prof
! its of construction, as has been the caae
! with so many otber roads. The inter
, eats of the stockholders were not con- ■
Bulted. Every great railway has its
I construction company or improvement j
I clique. The Atchison road has not suf- '
! fercd in thiß respect any more than any
other great corporation, but it became [
co colossal that, with its leased lines, it ,
grew top heavy and tumbled over. Its !
leased lines, also, preyed upon its vital- '
ity. What it! fate will be in the hands;
of tbe Messrs. Reinhart, McCook and
Wilson remains to be seen. Receiver- ;
chips are not generally pleasant things \
for those who are pecuniarily interested j
in a railway. It iB quite apparent that
the policy which will govern the receiv- j
[ ere of the Atchison wilt be to lop oil' as
| many of the unproductive branches as ;
; possible. The fact that President Rein
hart is one of theee receivers ia the best
I sign we can see for the unfortunate cor
poration. He has approved himself an
: able administrator in the past.
The Herald iB bo much in the habit
of "scooping" its slow-gaited contempo
i raries tbat we scarcely ever think it
worth while to call attention to the
fact. Indeed, it is a work of supereroga
tion. Having lately scooped the whole
continent in that this journal wna the
only one in the United States tbat
printed the president's message an hour
before it was delivered—which we were
I enabled to do owing to the difference of
; time between Los Angeles and Washing
ton— c clear telegraphic news feat and
no fake about it —we were disposed to
rest upon our laurels foi awhile, and
compassionately watch the operations of
our alow-gaited contemporaries. We can
i not, however, refrain from calling atten
tion to tlie splendid "scoop" of yester
day. Thia journal gave a full and inter
esting account of the Burbank hold-up.
The Timed managed to got a few lines
; concerning it, which they borrowed
j from the HhsALD, which was out bright
and early. Thia only wont into c por
j tion of its edition, and waa a nielan
j choly cadaver of the live publication in
I the Herald. We are largely enai i to
1 achieve these triumph!—of cour n
j ceding the merits of our unrivah ;<f)"
j —because we have the fines!, it
' and best Hoe perfecting press c
; Pacific coast outside of
Francisco —the best, tbe faatt.
tlie lineat. The casual reader i
bang on to this fact, which \
mention occasionally, aud f*x
memory the refrain, "tho fins* c
beßt and the fautost," and he may »«ry
the coliocation of the adjectives fo rait
his fancy, only being sure to get them
ull Id. *
We bave hea-id a great deal of Mayor
I Terhune, of tha village of Anderson,
j Indiana, who has directed his p 'b-a
; lojce to linn thomaetvea with i •:
--i nike whips, to be applied to the p
I ouch tramps as nay put in nun
cc in Ida bailiwick. Tiiia read
''•■an telej'sim. Tho revival '
rlwroua practices would very
iid Mayor Terhune and !us co
behind prison bara. Thia U.
rqada as if it might havo emanated liom
the white-cap region of the Hor.s'er
state. A conter shot from a -H-calibre
Colt'i revolver would be thu proper
LOS ANGELES HERALD MONDAYi ftfOBNIKQ. DECEMBER 25, 1893,
ancwer to eticb brutaiitv. The tramp is
an au unpleasant reality, but he is a
mild nniaanee compared io euch a
mayor and policeman.
Tiiititu is something of a reminder ol
the days of Tiburcio Vaeqns* in tbia
Burbank holdup. It is cow these
many days since Los Angeles ha? had a
genuine sensation oi the bandit order.
It is claimed that the robbers were
tracked into the city. If this bs so it
makes the matter ah the more interest
ing. The statement that the robbers
only got away w th $10 must be taken
with a graiu of salt. It ;? the uolicy of
express companies to be very close
mouthed about tho details of such at
tempts. It would seem that the rob
bers know that the train which thoy
attacked carried a cood deal of treasure,
Where and how they got their informa
tion at preFent remains a mystery.
The fact ought to bo borne in mind
i that without the most cordiai co-opera
! tion and liberality upon the part, of our
! citizens we cannot hope to make the
Appearance at the Midwinter Fair tbat
befits our just claims. Tbe movement
!to have this region fittingly represented
| muet be general or wo shall bo caught
I napping. Distance and difficulty of
I transportation and other impedimenta
, ought only to act ss a stimulus to onr
j efforts. Wo can do wonders if we o.i.
j try. Let us be sure and try !
The Southern Caliiornia Railway ie
not embraced in tbo receivership of the
Atchison road. Wo are pleased to iearn
that this local road ia in a nourishing
condition. Us management will remain
in the present able hands. Its business
is in a very satisfactory state, thatdono
during t c month of Novembor being
j the largest since the boom. Through
travel has been very satisfactory in
volume, and the promise for January
and the Bpring mouths ie great.
Papers in San Francisco and al. over
the Pacific Coast are speculating ac to
what the Union Pacific Railway is go
ing to do with the large quantities oi
steel railß for which they have con
tracted with a big Denver rolling mill.
It is generally thought that they will
be nsed In building towards tbe Pacific
Coast. Why not on tbe branch be
tween Milford and Pioche?
Los AsfGitT.rcs Theater.—Katie Put
nam will commence a three days' en
gagement by a matinee this afternoon,
giving her new comedy, A Mttle Mav
erick, Fanchion to-morrow night and
Love Finds a Way on Wednesday night.
Tbe plays abound in new songs, dances
and specialties, and will doubtlesi meet
with the patronage they deserve.
Grand Opera House. —A Merry
Christmas will inaugurate the season
today. Our Private Secretary and Our
Boarding House are announced for ttie
week. A souvenir holiday matinee and
!at the usuai evening hour. Popular
j prices prevail.
! International Arbitration to P.ive the
V, ly f dr tin Millenium.
Washington, Dec. 24 —W. E. Black
! stone has presented President Cleveland
! and Secretary Gresham a memorial
adopted by the world's Columbian com
\ mission, asking that step? be taken to
Bacure arbitration of international dis
': putes. 'the president made reference
jto this subject in his annual message,
j and yesterday expressed gratification
j that co much had been accomplished.
I Secretary Gresham aaid he would tako
j measures to have a fac Bimilf of the
! memorial sent to all foreign govern
ments, and they will he asked to take
i oleps to bring about a coherence to
cany out the plan which originated at I
Blackatono war made honorary com
, missioner for the purpose of securing
signatures to the memorial, and, acting •
under tho resolution of tho commission,
has obtained many endorsements, se
, curing the signatures of tiie commie
' sionera from some 40 diil'erent uations
which participated in the exposition.
They include Sir Richard Webster,
England; (ieorire E. E. Cockhurn,
j Canada; Enrico Dupuy de Lome, Spain;
Admiral Maurity, Bror.ll; Dr. Anton yon
Palmforst, Austria; T. llekky,
Turkey; N. Yamataka, Japan; Prof.
Sheppan Wartsoldt, Germany; Chun
Quan Kee, China; also tbe cnratnio-
Bionora from different states am! terri
tories of ttie United States, tlie directors
! and ofhcials of the exposition, many
| chairmen and speakers of the world's
I congreßß auxiliary, including Cardinal
1 Gibbons, Monstgnor Satolli, Dr. l'hiiip
Scbaff, Bishop Merrill. Joseph Cook,
j Mr. Moody, Rev. Alexander, Maekay
[ Smith, William E. Dodge, Lady
Somerset, Lady Aberdeen and
Joaiah Quincy; also the editore of
the principal iluiiv papers of New York.
Philadelphia, Baltimore and Warning
ton; Ei-i-President Harrison, Secretary
Morton, Comptroller Eekela, Chief
Justice Feller, Secretary Herbert, of the
navy, ami Daniel 6. Lainout, secretary
| of war; Senator John Sherman ar.d sev
i eral oi the mo~,t prominent business men
!of the country, Inclnding Joseph Selig
| man, (ioorire M. Pullman, Cornelius
: Vanderbilt and other;,
I The memorial tu:d signatures, making
n large volume, will be engraved in fac
> Btmiie for presentation to the govern-
J meats. The memorial is addressed to j
: t!<o government a of the world and :
prays thlt all will njjreo by mutual
treaties to submit to arbitration all
i such international questions aa shall
' fail of Futtlemeut by ordinary peaceful
Pacific Cunt W»»lli«r.
San Fbancisco, Dec. 24.— Rain fell to
day throughout California, boing heavi
eit at Lo-i Angeles, wbtffc r °in Is yet
fulling. The storm continues central
off tho north western, California coast,
with a tendency to an eastward move
ment. Tha pressure is increasing
steadily over southwestern .California.,
Cloudy weather prevails over iho Pacific
Thoiowho have mad Dr. XtogM New Dlkcov
-1 eryanir.viM value, an i tnoio wiid have not'
h»vn now ilie opportunity io try it he :. Cut.
on tbe&dvertlaed diug/iat »ml ireta vi \\ bat
tle, (roc. tend your unrac atl'l KadrMia lo 11. F.
ItUßfcl v »fc r.0., tihlc&go, aad'gctasaaipia box
i f Dr. Kirn '.- \Q\t I.id: I'iltK. Irw*, n< Wall Xi » '
tOpyot (lulda io }ie&Uh autl d In
,lri:tn'. <ree Allot wtltell uku un'ite-d lo
day.>u vood and cost yuil ni>iii u<. a. C 1-.
Heuueuicrag store, :M2 tf. Alma »;uot.
uorse sjUssjsstsaad im» raOei, F«r'» aid at*
liafeU BT/.Ofjrj Ltasn, SAie U. Lii &t&tii* •
SENSATIONAL TRAIN ROBBERY.
A Daring Hold-Up in Indian
The Entire Train Looted by the
; Mail and Kxpresa Cars Killed and th -
l'ltaNPtige - Relieved of Their
Valuables, All With
out. VI. Ibuca.
By Iho Aaaoclatf.l l'ro«>.
Parsons, Kan,, Dec. 2-1 —One ot tho
boldest train robberies ever attempted
occurred about 8 o'clock tonight at Sem
inole, I. T., on the Kansas and Arkansas
| division oi the .Missouri l'acitio. Xue
I train was bound for Little Rock, and as
it approached Seminole the engineer
saw it dancer eignal and plowed up. Two
or three men boarded the engine and
compelled tbe engineer and fireman to
jump out ot the cab. Half a dozen
I otber men, armed with Winchesters and
; revolvers were at the side of the
! track. The balance of the train
| cretu, who came forward to
ascertain the cause of stoppage,
wore corralled and placed iv charge ol a
guard. The mail car was then attacked
nnd the poucheu rilled of their contents,
... letters in the pigeon boles gone
i turouir.li and valua ..- contents ex
j traded. Tho express car was next
i looted of all valuable matter, the mea
[ eengef being powerless to rtfer resist
' aiice. Then all the passengers in the
1 caaehed were Btripped of their valuables
by eight heavily armed des
peradoes. Every passenger gave up
! without a struggle, glad to escape with a
whole Bkiu, and no violence was offered.
Big booty waa secured, but no estimate
|of the loss can begtveu. A pose., was
I organized as Boon as posßible anddepu
'. ties are hot on tbe trail of the robberß.
jlt is probablo a fight will ensue if tne
I gang ia overtaken.
AFFAIU9 IM MADAGASCAR.
Hostile Altitude of Moras Towards the
London, Dec. 24. —A dispatch to tbe
Times from Paris Bays: News has been
j received from Madagascar to the effect
that the Havas are arming, and tin
j daunted by the presence of French boI-
I diers, are driving the peasants from rice
< fields. The French post at Wanda
rant was attacked by Hovus, who
killed five persons ond took 31 pris
oners, including two Frenchmen. The
French outpost at Avooudara was a'eo
; pillaged. A French residence and the
: house of Manunjury wore smeared with
mud, and he himself menaced with
■ death. The minister of marine has
ordered reinforcements sent.
Sixty-five Chinese Sentenced to Depor
tation at San Antonio, Tex.
SAX Antonio, Tex., Dec. 24.—Chief
Deputy United Slates Marshal John
Walter leaves this week for San Fran
■ cieoo, having iv charge (io Chinamen
I sentenced to deportation for violation of
! the exclusion act. Ho will be accom
■ panied by 20 gnardl. All the offenders
have been arrested within the past
three months. Twelve are in jail at
: San Antonio. 19 at Del Rio and the ru
| mainder at Eagle Pass aud El Paso,
j The Southern Pacihc railroad receives
.$35 a head for their traneportation tc
j San Francisco.
TO WET TO WORK.
i Outdoor Work Suspended at tho Ml3
San Francisco, Dec. 24 — livery con-
I tractor at the midwinter fair grounds
bad strictly ordered bis men to appear
for work today and to continue without
thought of a holiday in the remnant of
| the old year's calendar, but early in the
morning heavy showers made outdoor
luboriuipractieable, and it was neceesarv
Ito auspend operations. A few remained
jto work under cover, but tbe grounds
, wore practically deserted by all exespt
the officers ou duty.
Bllyor In India.
London, Dec. 24.—A dispatch to the
Timeß iiom Calcutta says the govern
ment haa not given any sign of its
intentions in regard to silver. Tbe
opinion is becoming moro general that a
■light import duty should be imposed
forthwith. The strongest opposition ia
likely tocome irom Bombay, where it ia
fc»3red the Chinese trade will be dis
A Jml Break at Colton.
Colton, Cart, Dec. 24.—An Indian
arreated laßt night for drunkenness was
placed in the city jail, a heavy plank
building. During the night the In
dian's companioim broke in the roof ot
the jail, but could not reach the prii
oner. They next broke in the eide of
the jail and escaped with their man.
A Dead Editor.
Dlrango. Colo., Deo. 24 —Cant. Lon
Hartigan, city editor of tho Dnrango
Herald, died of pneumonia. He was a
graduate of West Point, and for tlie
last, five or six years had been employed
ou newspapers iv Colorado.
Barcelona, Dec. 24. —A printer named
| Sivepol h;ts been arrested for implication
I in dynamite outrages, and confeaaed that
Ihe nude ihe mould in which bombs
i urcil recently with such disastrous
j effect, wure cast.
Mill*' Narva and I.tree Pills
I Acton n in>w principle—regulating the liver,
i stomach and bow I • through tbo nerves. A new
I dlsuovtry. bt. Miles' pills speedily cure bii
! lousness, bad tr.atts, torpid liver, plies. OOOStl
) patioa. Luequaled form 1 v. womeii'ind call
arcii. Smallest, mildest, surest Fifty do<es
[£6 cents. Simples free. C. if. Hance, 177
I Korth spring.
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Op< U-.iUMti". Lor.jaotte , opera Ola.** Hold
ers O&Awlt-lD CtffKH,
Gn]cl Sp<• etaclea anil Eyfl GlBssos,
assortments itnc tt v<ry Jow*it prices
jCQ^"I i purtnan iw your fN.UUy Gift-* of us
y v t-tij.»y tJ.o privilege u( iiuvum liio Qlas t;s
umu. c*d i.ft i' l.ie Holidays tauu Urn*,
vi.i .:t \our iiioi.di ier/ # '!i y and, vfllhoataay
fui til- : cIIRtSfJ If) iltefn.
PACIFIC OPTICAL CO.,
< Itl W"r*U »;>r>t.< p.t , uPMMItV Oil Cour
* kisw. Uob ilo tiiu numour.
How Local Merchant* Feel Over
the Present Holiday Season.
Stores Filled With Eager Shoppers,
and Clerks and Salesman Taxed
to the Extreme Limit oi
What a Newcomer lv l.os Augelen Has
to Bay In Regard to llnslnetrf.
tins Alor* dilutee Offered
There has been quite a rush of bntluess this
wek In connection with the ptrchase of
C'liiistaiiia prctcn s the stores have a!: beet;
well crowded, and everyone teems sati'lled.
Perhaps none are core so than the latest "d
--dltion to the ranks of locul merchants. Mr. M
Germa \ the well-known jeweler.. Hi« ptaee
has been doing about all the hußlncß3 possible,
to which fast the prnt rio'.or'-i genial ami stub
lled smile In * cordial testimonial. Mr. GeimHit
is lucky iv UaYltta secure , too BtTT cus of a
iorce of Olerks ami salesmen not exce'ied any
where, iiven in tlie bunest inomonu of tbo
pnst. week ihey have always been polite aud at
tentive to everyone. The extent of the busi
ness Mr. Genn:m has ilone i- bast thowr. by
tbeiact thai be has bios, ob.lfied to decide to
keep his store, 11 330 Sjtuli Spring s re< t, open
lodsy (Uouday). This has been forced upju
bim by the iuability of his clerks and woik
men to entirely accommodate the rush, lly
working all day ttany they will just abnu'. be
able to tatch up. As opening oue department
entails thtuwing open the wbo'e alore. Mr.
German has decided that tbo public might as
wel! be piven an opptr'.enitv lo take advant
age of lh.it fact. Therefore, therj is one more
chance to latest Irom the boautlfnl stock of
jeweirr and art novelties, at all prices, which
Mr. German bus on taie ct his place, 330 South
One exhibit wbich Mr. German has been
showing for tho past lew days hss ctused a
great deal of in ertst in this elty This Is t:ie
array ol aullques in silver which were sbowu
in tbo German exhibit at the World's Fair.
The collection contains a Fabtiff muc which
is said to be 1100 years old. It Is a unique piece
of silver repousse work.
Others in the collection are two Roman
friendship cups and the celebrated Germaa
"flu Dn" driuking cups, all In silver. Tlwi
there is a representation of the "Sants Maria"
under full san.
Tlie una array of line walches is also remark
able. This comprises torn; repeaters nude by
tbe most celebrated makers in the world, in
both lHtlies' and go .llemeu's watcher.
All xhesi article* are oa sale aud offer an
opportunity to the art-lovers of Los Angela'
which ihey are not liable to bave again for
some time to come.
i SILVER NOVELTIES
Gold and Silversmiths,
120 AND 122 NORTH SPRING ST. 1
LOS ANGELK3, O AL.
|l^| w HY 7
th" NovetlU** p*o-
X plo w*m In »-*n<l
©J...I? (A east, and Ihi
MsJm Lowest Priew in tin City!
j oV.^s? A /'< WE HAVE
IrHs toMh . Presents!
fife/ 8 FOB. HOME ALSO.
Gold aud silver
Filigree Pins, Hair Orna
ments, Ron Ron Roxes, Etc.
' Opalf*, Souvenir Spoons, and a Fine
Line of Jewelry: King's, Scarf
, Pins, Dace Pins, etc., Set
With Opals. Tur
Handsome Leather Parses, Card Oases
and Mexicau Hand-Stamped
1 £"33P""Our whi'lowa nre our he*t advertise
' Eovht. Come ruU j? ()'ir miiqiic Mock.
Campbell's Curio Store,
3Jr, 600fH .sPUISO BTU!BT.
Finest Curio Store in the City.
PERRY, MOTT & CO.'S
AND PLANING MILLS,
j 816 CCB2Z&8K1&1 nise;. let Ansae:, CaA.
WENDELL EASTON. GEO. % FRINK, GEORGE EIIBTOH,
J'KKrSIUKNT r. V.-PljJ 3 311> a MX- BK CA w~*
-);THE FA MOulkr
MR. RICHARD GIRD. Ow^h..
AT PRIVATE SALE!
In 10, 20, 40 and HO acre farms, to suit purchasers, on credit. Tonus at'low mis of interest
THE PBOPCRTT \VK OKI'ER COMPIUSS3 TE« WKU.-IvKOWN CBIHO RANCH, IN TIIK
cent it ol which i* tne town of Chlno, on tha Un*3 of the Southorn teotfla railroad, about
lhre»* mile* boiith of Pomona ami Ontnrio. Su.rouudiui: tho property Ih tin* valley portion ol\
me (Mi:no ilaouh, Ci» npvi«dn< 111.000 acres lying north and east of Chino creek, subdivided Into,
JU-»<if* (note, wirch have a grid it <v decline toward thu aO&lh and southwest, giving ample
natural dialnagc for successful ( nlllvation.
In 1 Hill the Beet Sugar Com piny was orvanl z id and the rt hnilt and pit In oMfattop
atCninn, tn a central portion with ref;rcuee to the property Tho ih-u'i obtained tft.ni the
openttiou of the factey for the few years pas' suows a u-tn iraabhj d ipreo of adap'.e hlllti »>ftha
toil to tbotttOOOiuul cultivation of the Miipir lieboth in anion ut of production and tt) p *r
reutagM of saccharine matter, and also iv ih i eflltfent on parity of fi- ttamtfaoturfni* plant*]
The factory handled during the prevent MkVOQ uil S'.KI 1000 tons of bcO.« pur da,', aud have
finm 000 to PO') tons per day en mine in ormtlnbottsl f fo? ih entire cu'ipa'p i, covert nf a per tod!
n[ noatly lou* in not*. It is prop twiu IM> *to .QUfuAlO Me »a**ol-i of ;iu- ttotorj! by the OTOOfi
tiou of Hti addit.ouul b.uidiugand m-it.-h t ncr y lv mill the requirements oi Iftcf" «■ in* pro due*
tiou. The rotunu l« r the pfomot eiinpiiigtt havo \> en a iot-1 yield Of over 1 r >,OUO 000 pounds
of h havo b en shipped out as crude sugar to b> refined elsowhettti
Under adirect and specific contract between Mr. G'rd and th;' Chlno Val ey Boot ougnrcoui*
pany, a corj oration which instituted and operates M*i IH" f " H?** '"' natty, thay agreed to pur
clue.- ftom Mr. dad bt lm MucoeuQfJ ail <Uu beets cmwn on thu rajiQh Cut y m M ooino, amtiit
thß present date, about November 1, 1H9;:, belore ih.-* enmnv nceie.i i tfui mx, irast) «, a
tl>ed prico is eetahllsh-d thru thu factoiy wiU pay t<U tha bt*?le a EnaturU)* tte*t ThU
insures the planter in the market for his crop, aud with Ktteptlce thit is Mx «*. hcfoiu he takes'
any rlsU in tho matter or tnutei the tirst move to.vnrds turaln; over rhe | r.i iml.
PotSlbly lher« 1« no other hrMich of in lii - try wh >n cal'MiUtlin i 'or future r »*UIUI Q*ti hi
mad- ko readily w o coneet.v v. a a ulatod upon, and returns i-jatixj i it co b!i<ir. i uin - as in tbd
cuitivation of the Hugir Bet v jder sucu auspic
WhTe fipeakltig particularly in regml to tho Irarorlnil. indmtiy of bo't urowiug for the
manufacture ol sugar, osilmates of general fruits abouid no oe 10-- mi*rlit of. a• a ;r«.' i oortiou
of Ihe land 1. especially annpied to
Deciduous Fruits and mi
Oranao groves planted on ] onions of lite Hanch ar • n»v' ng fo •war' , ( an ! o'.tves, tigs, apri
cot*, prune*, j and oenieF, iv f;.ct Oallioi r.ia rUlid ol h I ttdt, Reum ludlMaoat
lotheholl. It In aNo «itmou?>trHted i hat c >r:T. barley, WhQt', Ufl lo tt ci all the c .roils and
vegetables, flourish in th.s Boil and attain a blab decree o, • rf■■■ ■■ 104
Tbe townsito of Chino, tooaMd a' a couvenlent point w i i roMrelCfl to al' por'ioni of th 3
ranch, ua UotuisbiugCalito nla town, with tel***:i ipu, i-i photld audi i X'nreaa ufllaea, loiioo/f
end eau'ches. cleans 01 comoiunicatiou aad ItftittpOrtaUoU *rj mup. . Chtt ;o..t.itj:u I'anflo
rai.rjad runs is main line direei *nto Cut no, and l< tour ml Let dlf taut from Pomoo and v.ut*
rio, ou the main overhaul line, and lv a44tKton is tbe pr&pose I extension which is imiv assured
froni Pomona, through ( hino, to eiouth Kivotside and Bleiuore.
The following are a few of th»> advaulageons fe ItUrai of .fit C.iin 0 valley I'lr-t, tha cult
vfttioo of the Sugar Bet, which in uro* ape li ; ii"> Otts ia nf\ v i» • > prop, hu r .'<> to is fa not
unusual; wuieh ts raoeWcd oy the f lOdory a.a p-« i • «»f ifl pjf lOili WOtut) during tliii
present eeaeH) of 1H!>;I hsa arer»e.- l the rroerer fMtn f|tß3 to #00 p race i »'t. n l cioin above
all expense of workiug the urounJ. phmtiiig Knd barveaUng thu ero.» and dtv.tvcriug at thj
We invite land eeekeri generally who are (.selrlOg to 1 mftti pCOfItAM » mv jstiusutsto oxam
iue this valuable property. which offer* a tieid for heallb, pioht or investment.
Four passenger trsins In and out of Chino every d if> We tn Ita t orrojponlencj.
For further parliottlalt« iddfOU or cv ion u>.
a private: sale:.
THE VERY HEART OF LOS AMIES!
J.ntn in lira most cpntrnll? WHtP'l trap.!.-ire •>■ <,'.' ml »\lo
at a pries »i»«i 6n tftm' to nut', pnroliastfrc. WHY ..u VJII.tS Klli.ivl
'111K CENTER UP LOS aXUEI.ES |>»y ■>■* lur >.;ui..fU k:i 1
family, wiieu you can nay a 10l in tnis tf*C.l wit!
TEN - MINUTES' - WALK!
From Spring and Second atrot-to, ot a pri:!» and on tarnn tti ;• ■•■ ■ •>.
you. Lots we now offer you are front!nil Tnird, I. . : I'ltiii, .; n
and adlolninn nroat av*nn«* b«t«*rtnn tie lmnorta-i f . Koittiern e»cidc
Ai<*«<>«» depot nod within ttireu bljjk* oi Mjin stree ,
EASTON, ELD||ofil & CO.,
J. BALLAi-iD, MANAGE.'!
12! S. Broadway, U>s Angelfg. Cab, W Oliino, San BenWitrtmn On, iv.
I roy Laundry c ■ ||
COM PAN V,
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Main Office, 1«5 W. First . . ' ' ''*lv
Works.7ls-17-1!) N. M dn If
TKLKI'HONK lOil. .' " > V
Bunt Eqaipped Laundry M»Vfe* v; •• - ' : 1
O.N TIIK COAST. ' .fV •• ' ,•' '-iff .J..i«>
Modern ii: nk". l . Aiwa/8 v ; ii4 •' , ■ «^v-V''' • •''
with tuo times. a ■ i.'' . ,' ' .■', , j
What we make of: . ". 'f' .-.';t' :t. -1 • . ' '
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noo'.eu <ichi<l.., s It*. Ukus. .. : ' '■-i\ ..r'-Vmr — "Zr&'iyT' r." ■ ■.-.*
11-21-eorl-ly ' TRY US .'o;.'.'- — _
Inyo Land Company.
— DEALS EXCLUSIVELY IN —
Inyo County Lands & Water Eights,
FARMS AND STOCK RANCHES.
O. M U L-H O LLAN D, AGT,
'ooiccs: Hooin 01. I'otomac Bloclr, S. Broadway, l.os Ar.ce!';,,
And Independence. Inyo County, Cal. W,^tt
The Newest Importations KINGSLEY & BARNES,
112 pc. bcnii-Porcelain
ii.,.,.,... u«H«i»a niA r.n i oorrxE plate prihtihq,
Umuer Bert ice, 510...0. weddiku invitatio:-;», «tci.
a M. GOODS EQUALLY LOW. VISITING CABDB, STC.
STAFFORDSHIRE CROOKEIIY CO., ail New KigU Street, Faltoa Bloclu
417 B. EPIIINCi ST. 7-£8 8a Jiear rrauKlla Bt„ Jtovuid soor, Tel. 417,