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The Mal Nero No More in
This Part of the State.
The Vines Look Well All Over
the Southern Section.
A Vineyard Where the Disease Never
Manifested Itself in the Least.
The Ranch of the Messrs. Dillon, Ken
ealy & MoClure, in the San Fer
nando Valley Is the One.
The Herald has made frequent refer
ence to the vineyards of this section
during the past month. A member of
the staff lias been pretty generally over
the section with an eye wide open to all
the interests of the section, and particu
larly so to the vineyards. There is no
interest of more moment at this time
than the vines. For several years they
have been suffering from a mysterious
disease which has baffled the skill of
the savants to merely classify it, and
utterly bafHed scientific and practical
knowledge to deal with it. It appeared
suddenly about four years ago, and has
been destroying the vines by the thous
and ever since until now a large part of
the vineyards are dead. This year there
seems to be a very important
change in the aspect of affairs
in ;the vineyards, inasmuch as
the disease seems to be disappearing
as suddenly as it came on. From all
parts of the section the news reaches
this office that the vines are looking
better than they have appeared for four
or five years, and as well as any vines
ever looked in this or any other section.
The observations of the reporter de
tailed to study the matter up fully con
firm these reports. He has seen vines
abandoned as dead that have come out
in a most vigorous growth this year.
He sees no vines that show any signs of
disease excepting here and there those
that were almost destroyed last year.
Everywhere he has found vineyards that
have made a magnificent growth of new
wood, and that have on a very heavy
crop of grapes.
But all these facts have been placed !
before the readers of the Herald from
day to day during the past few weeks.
It is not necessary to reiterate state
ments so recently published. The pur
pose at this time is to write in detail of
a particular vineyard. It is that of the
Messrs. Dillon, Kenealy dt McClure in j
the San Fernando valley. The way the j
reporter came to know of it was by 1
meeting the gentlemen who own the j
ranch on the street, who had read the
articles about the vines. They proposed
a visit to their ranch to show the re- j
porter a vineyard that never had the
disease and that was now in a state of 1
health that would be claimed perfect at j
any time in any country. The invita
tion was accepted with' much alacrity, ;
and a few days ago a trip to the vine- '
yard was made in company with half a '
dozen genial spirits to insure a pleasant !
as well as a profitable day.
Taking the train at the Arcade depot '
at 7: :25, a ride of an hour landed the
party at Roscoe station in the San Fer- I
nando valley north of Burbank. A short
walk through the brush and the tall
white flowers of the Spanish bayonet
brought the visitors to the gate of the
ranch. After a rest and refreshment
the vineyard was inspected with the
most satisfactory results.
The vineyard contains 200 acres of
vines of the .following varieties: Gren
oche, 30 acres; Mataro, 20; Carignan, '
20; Mission, 10; Zinfandel, 45; Trus
seau, 10; Berger, 30 ; Reisling, 5; Golden
Chasselos, 5, and the rest of smalt lots
of various sorts, including live acres of
Muscats. These grapes are all red, and
are used for making red wine, excepting
the Berger, the Reisling, Chasselos and
It will be observed by those at all well
informed about vines that here is a
most judicious selection of varieties.
They furnish the very best grapes for
all the most popular sorts of wines, dry
or sweet. They afford an opportunity to
make claret of a very light quality yet
of a rich color. They will yield the
richest port, noble and high' colored.
Or the lightest and most delicious vari
eties of dry white wine, or rich, heavy
bodied angelica can be made from them.
But of this more anon.
The main point is that these vines
are all in perfect health. To be sure
this is not so remarkable, as the disease
never made the least appearance in the
vineyard. The vines always have been
perfectly healthy. Yet it is remarkable
when one realizes that this insid
ious disease laid waste so many
vineyards in this section within
the past few years. It is the
more remarkable inasmuch as it is a
fact that some of the varieties named
above are those that here suffered the
most severely from the ravages of the mys
terious disease. Take the Mission vine
as the best sample for illustration. It
has been in the country for a century.
It has always been regarded as a very
hardy vine, and has proved a most pro
lific bearer here. Yet it was the one
vine that the disease seemed to have
singled out for its most ruinous attack.
Everywhere it fell a victim to the dis
ease. The older the vines here the
surer they were to be destroyed. Yet
here in this vineyard are ten acres of
this variety of vines. They are the old
est in the place, nearly all of them seven
years old. But they show no more sign
of any ailment that if no such thing
as any disease had ever been known
in this section. The leaves are
of the most vivid green. The growth of
new wood is very heavy, and the crop
of grapes has set on the vines as heavy
as ever was seen. The fruit is develop
ing in a thoroughly satisfactory manner,
giving promise of a very abundant yield
The same is true of all the vines on
the place. The Muscat is another vari
ety apparently singled out by the dis
ease for its fellest attack, but those on
this ranch are as perfectly healthy aB
any ever seen.
The crop of grapes generally on this
ranch is very heavy. From a cursory
glance one would say the yield will be
certainly three to five tons to the acre,
which is excellent for vines from four to
seven years old. The higher figure is
probably more generally the correct es
timate. If that were to hold good all
over the vineyard, the total yield would
be 1,000 tons, and as the" output of
wines is 125 to 140 gallons to the
ton one can see what is likely to result
from this little patch of grapes. There
are vines in the vineyard that will yield
as much as sixty pounds of grapes.
There is no end of those that will tun at
THE LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 8, 1890.
ten to twenty poun Is to the vine. As
there are about 760 to the acre it will
be seen that the aggregate will be
far above any trifling figure.
But vines are not the only thing on
the ranch. There are 365 acres in it in
all. The low rolling hills are all set
with young olive trees that are doing
well. There is also a large stand of bees
that make a great deal of honey. The
hives are in a sheltered spot well up the
hill side. There is a small orchard of
deciduous fruits, peaches, apricots,
rigs and prunes on the place,
the wonders of whose fruitfulness
would sound like gross exaggerations to
any ears not accustomed to hear of what
fruit trees will do in such soil as that on
the ranch in question. There are prune
trees of the French petit variety that
are a marvel to look upon. The fruit
can be likened to nothing so well as to a
swarm of bees. Anyone who has seen
these winged creatures alight in a bunch
until they lie three or four deep know
how they look—so looks the fruit on
these fruit trees. The flowers on a
spray of bridal wreath look close and
crowded. They are sparsely distributed
as compared with the prunes on these
Now as to the results of this enter
prise. There is no more doubt as to the
soundness of the wine than there is to
that of the vines from which
this delicious and health-giving
beverage is made. The rane' l
is supplied with three excellen
cellars, with abundant cooperage and a
the appliances in the way of ■ tools
horses, machinery, etc., to cultivate th
vineyard, to make the product int
wine, and to cure it after it is made
There is also a still house, furnishe*
with all the most modern appliances fo
making brandy. The cellars are jus
now supplied with a good stock of tin
wines and brandies. There are whit
and red wines, sweet and dry wines am
it most excellent article of sherry, and a
?ood of brandy. It is doubted that Cal
ifomia can make good sherry. Tha
ioubt will be removed by samplinj
the stock in these cellars
The ranch has a sherry hous*
with every necessary facility for tin
manufacture of this delicious variety
of wine. The varieties sampled by th<
party last week included claret, port
fry white, angelica, sherry and brandy
They were all of the best qualities
sound, of good color, wholesome in thei
?ffect, and in all ways satisfactory. I
is somewhat remarkable that the owner:
)f this property were business men o
his city, who went into this enterpris<
or the must part as an experiment. Ye
10 one in this section has made agreatei
access in their vineyards or wine-cellars
han these. The ranch is in an admir
ible state of cultivation. Mr. MeClun
s the hand at the bellows and he does
he work well. It would be hard to fine
l weed in the 200 acres of vines. The
vhole ranch is in admirable order, am:
he quality of the wine speaks for itself
de is aided a great deal by the excel
cut nature of the soil, which is of greal
lepth and us friable as a heap of ashes,
n digging a well to the depth of ltjC
eet no change was met in the nature ol
he soil. But Mr. McClure has taken
till advantage of all in his favor. A bit
>f waste below the gate is planted with
fUm trees that are now of large growth,
md will from this on supply half ti
lozen ranches with fuel. There is also
i reservoir on the ranch of large ca
The condition of these vines is ol
nore than passing interest. It is a
tuarantee of our vineyard interests foi
he future. Here is a place where thost
iesiring to replant their vineyards rua\
iroctire an abundance of perfectly
lealtby cuttings of the best varieties oi
vine grapes. As it becomes an assured
act that the disease has come to an end
here will be a great demand for such j
uttings. Meantime the owners of this
tne property have a veritable bonanza J
n their vines, as grapes and wine are 1
ure to be dear for many years to come,
intil the vineyards are re-established in
Complaints Filed With the County
Among the documents tiled with the
sounty clerk yesterday were the follow
ng new complaints and petitions:
State Loan and Trust Company vs. ;
las. M. Brainard et al.; suit to fore- I
;lose a mortgage on lot '12, block D, I
Martin tract, dated April Ist, 188!), and \
liven as security on a mortgage-bond j
for $1,400, bearing interest at 13 per '
•ent. per annum.
Vineland Irrigation District vs. J. W. I
Mitchell et al.; suit to obtain a perpet
tal injunction restraining defendants
irom interfering with the water rights
>f the plaintiff.
Jose' .Mascarel vs. Francisco E. Avila
?t al.; suit to foreclose a mortgage on a
■ertain tract on Aliso street, elated May
LI, 1889, and given as security on a
promissory note for $2,500, bearing in
;erest at l per cent, per month.
Crane Company vs. The San Rafael
Land and Water Company et al.; suit
to obtain a decree compelling defend
ints to make an accounting of the money
lue to its stockholders, and that each
>f them be compelled to pay his res
>ective proportion of a judgment ren
iered against the defendants in favor of
plaintiff March 10, 1890, for $1,105,08
Southern California Bank of Los An
geles vs. Luella B. Bates et al.; suit to
'oreclose a mortgage on lots 4 and 5, j
Hayes and Furst subdivision, near Pas
idena, dated January 19, 1890, given as
security on a promissory note for $2,700,
tiearing interest at 15 per cent, per
SHORT ON SUGAR.
Local Confectioners and Grocers Are
A dispatch from San Francisco, pub
ished in the Hebaldof yesterday, states
;hat owing to Judge Wallace's order
;losing the American sugar refinery, a
iugar famine is about to take place in
;hat city. Inquiry made yesterday by a
reporter of this paper among grocers and
confectioners of Los Angeles revealed
the fact that the stringency of the sup
ply is already felt here, and there are
grave apprehensions that the situation
may become serious if the petition for
the speedy decision of the matter is not
regarded. The wholesale dealers are
many of them entirely out, and confec
tioners and retail grocers are at a loss to
know what to do. As the telegram sets
forth, the fruit canneries are likely soon
to need large quantities for theit work,
and if it cannot be obtained a great in
dustry will be seriously hampered. A
sudden sugar famine would affect a good
many lines of trade and cause local busi
ness men a great deal of trouble, and it
is said that there is very little prospect
of aid even from the east, as the supply
there is quite small.
Tents and wagon umbrellas at Foy's saddlery
house. 315 N. Los Angeles street.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
MILLIONS OF ANIMALS.
Yon Cannot See Them but You May Be
Devoured by Them if You Are Not
on Your Guard.
I tfal-arin— bad air. What is ''bad air"? It is
air loaded with millions of minute animals too
small to be seen by the naked eye and every one
of them poisonous. Look at a sunbeam where it
comes streaming through your window and not
ice the millions of atoms of dust that it contains.
You do not see this dust except as it is made
visible In a sunbeam. Then think how many
thousands of millions of smaller animals there
I must be in every breath drawn into the lungs
and not one of which can be seen! But they
j must live, and they do live Upon that portion ol
the human body that they can get at. This is
malaria Is it any wonder that nearly every
man and woman is troubled with it. Is It not
rather a wonder which they are not troubled
I more? But what can be done? Kill the germs.
How? Nothing so quickly and ecrtainlv does
jit as pure whiskey. Nothing so certainly iv-
I jnres as impure whiskey, and QO whiskey WU
ever known that is SO absolutely pure in "every
respect as Duffy's Pure Malt. Professor Henry
A. Mott, of New York, declares it; Mr Wm. T°
Cutter, State chemist of Connecticut, unhesitat
ingly asserts it: all prominent scientists, doctors
and professors, who have investigated it. fully
agree and are unqualified in their commen
Any man or woman who feels tired, weak,
exhausted, despondent, with all the signs of
I malaria and malarial poison, should not delay
and cannot do better than to use, in the proper
manner and witn moderation. Dufl'v's Pure
Malt Whiskey Be careful in purchasing It,
however, to secure the genuine. Like Other
valuable things it has imitations, and many
dealers are dishonorable enough to try and sell
oilier ami injurious goods. Do not be deceived
but insist upon having the genuine.
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! CLARK i HUMPHREYS
I DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF
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San Pedro Street,
P. O. Box 1235. Telephone 178.
MILL AND LUMBER CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
: Main Office: LOS ANGELES. Wholesale Yard
at SAN PEDRO.
[ Rranch Yards—Pomona, Pasadena, Lamanda,
Azusa, Rurbank. Planing Mills—Los Angeles
I and Pomona. Cargoes furnished to order.
WESTERN LUMBER CO.
Corner Ninth and San Pedro Streets.
LUMBER of all classes can be bad at this yard.
mO tf "
J. M. Griffith, President.
H. G. Stevenson, Vice-Pres. and Treas.
T. E. Nichols, Sec'v. E. L. Chandler, Supt
J. M. GRIFFITH COMPANY,
And Manufacturers of
DOOKS, WINDOWS, BLINDS, STAIRS,
Mill work of every description.
934 N. Alameda Street, Los Angeles.
j PERRY, MOTT &. GO'S
AND PLANING MILLS,
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i / \w[y West First St
Ir> is the place to
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|| (1 anil a complete assortment of
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HI if At Reasonable Prices
Agent for EDWIN C. BURT'S line
JOE POHEIM, The Tailor,
Of an immense stock of fine Spring and Sum
mer Goods, such as have never been exhibited
on this Coast. Fine tailoring at moderate prices.
.Elegant Business Suits made to order
from $25 00
Stylish Pants made to order from 6 00
Fine Silk-lined Overcoats made to
order from 25 00
Stylish English Walking Suits made
to order from 30 00
Fine French Pique and Beaver Suits
made to order from 40 00
And all other garments in like proportion.
These are prices never offered before. All gar
ments made by first-class mechanics. Perfect
fit, best of trimmings and workmanship guar
anteed or no sale.
JOE POHEIM, The Tailor,
141 and 143 South Spring Street,
Bryson-Bonebrake block, Los Angeles.
203 Montgomery st., 724 Market St., 1,110
and 1,112 Market St., San Francisco, 000 J St.,
cor. Sixth, Sacramento, Cal. 105, 107 and 109
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1,021 and 1,023 Fourth St., San Diego, Cal.
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NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
IMir. UNDERSIGNED, COMPOSING THE
I firm under the firm name of Vache Freres
it Co., have this day. by mutual consent dis
J HENRY PARKER.
JULES DAKFKi'I LLE.
NOTICE OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.
O TATE OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF LOS
We, the undersigned, do hereby certify that
;we are co-partners transacting business in this
! State, at the City of Los Angeles, County of Los
Angeles, state of California, under tlie firm
name and style of "T. Vache & Co." That the
I names in full of all the members of tbe said co
partnership are Theophile Vache, J. Henry
Parker, Jules I'arfeuille and Paul Royere, antl
that the places of our respective residences are
' set opposite our respective names hereto sub
In witness whereof, we have this day set our
hands and seals, this 29th day of April, 1890.
Los Angeles, Cal.
J. HENRY PARKER, '
Los Angeles, Cal.
Los Angeles, Cal.
Los Angeles, Cal.
State of California, j
County of Los Angeles. I '
j On this ninth day of May, in the year of our
| Lord one thousand eight hundred anil ninety,
I before me, Charles Worth, a Notary Public in
j and for said County of Los Angeles, State of
• California, residing therein, duly commissioned
and sworn, personally appeared Theophile
! Vache, J. Henry Parker, Jules Darfeuille and
Paul Royere, known to me to he the persons
described In and whose names are subscribed to
j the within instrument, and they severally
j acknowledged to me that they executed the
j In witness whereof, I have hereunto affixed
my signature, with the name of my office, ami
ray Official seal, the day and year last above
written, at my office in the City of Los Angeles.
County and state aforesaid.
[Notarial Seal] CHARLES WORTH,
Notary Public in and for the County of I.os
Angeles, State of California. mall-lm
In reference to the above I would say, that I
thank all those who have favored me with
their patronage iv the past, and beg a continu
ance of the same to the firm which is now
known as Theophile Vache & Co. I will live
on my vineyard at Brookside, where I will eon
tinue to make my renowned old port wine.
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EXAMINATION OF TEACHERsT _
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
semi-annual examination of teachers, will
be held in the Los Angeles College, corner of
Hope anil Eighth streets, beginning on Monday,
June 23,1890, at 10 o'clock a. m. All appli
cants must be present at the beginning of the
The subjects upon which an examination is
required for primary grade certificates, are as
follows: I—-arithmetic, 2—grammar and com
position, 3—orthography, 4—geography, 5—U.
S. history, (i—word analysis, 7—physiology,
x— penmanship and S. E. book-keeping, 9—ln
linstrial drawing, 10—vocal music, 11—reading,
12—entomology, 13—school law. 14—civil gov-,
eminent, 15—methods of teaching.
All teachers now holding temporary certifi
cates, and nil applicants for the renewal of
certificates, should file their applications and
credentials with the secretary on or before
June 21, 1890.
By order of the county board of education,
W. W\ SEAMAN, Secretary.
Los Angeles, June sth, 1890. je(j-td
DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNER
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
co-partnership heretofore existing between
P. Beaudry and Wm. Declez, Under the firm and
stvleofthe "Los Angeles Marble and Granite
Works," is this day dissolved by mutual con
sent, P. Beaudry retiring therefrom. Wm.
Declez will continue the business of said firm
under the same name, und will collect all
amounts due to said firm, and pay all debts and
assume all the liabilities of said firm.
Witness our bands and seals this 10th day of
May, 1890, at the city of Los Angeles, Cali
fornia. P. BEAUDRY. [seal'
myl2 1m WM. DECLEZ. [seal
" SOTICEIrO CREDITORS. '
INSTATE OF WILLIAM MCCARTNEY,
Notice is hereby given by the undersigned,
executrix of the estate of William McCartney
deceased, to the creditors of and all persons
having claims against the said deceased, to ex
liibit the tame with the necessary vouchers with
in ten months after the first publication of this
notice, to J. M. Elliott, Esq., at the First
National Bank, in the city of Los Angeles
California, the same being the place for the
transaction of the business of said estate.
Executrix of the estate of William McCartney
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v.u hl .!, ° k V iU recelvp deposits from children in amounts of 25 cents and upward
child will receive a deposit book. Parents and teachers should encourage their hi'
deposit their pennies.
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J. A. GRAVES, g. A , FLEMING.
Th . DUQUK, JAM KS RAWSON,
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OFFICE HOURS at the Hollenbeck hotel, Lbs Angeles, every week from Friday noon until 5 p
m. Saturday. Remainder of the week at Pasadena.
J. C. MICHENER, M. D., HOMCEOPATHIST.
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JOSEPH MEIII,KK. San Bernardino, CaL, Sole Agent for Pacific Coast. For sale by
C. F. Heinzeman, 223 North Main street, Los Angeles. Cal.
C. H. Hanre, 177 North Spring street.
C. Lam, 1-42 South Spring street, and . r >">l South Broadway.
Ben. E>. Bear, Temple street and Union avenue.
W. S. Cross, 901 South Main street. malß-lm
M. LEVY & (0.,
Wholesale Liquors and Cigars,
Have removed from their old stand in Downey block to
312 AND 314 NORTH LOS ANGELES STREET,
In McLaughlin block, between Commercial and Aliso st.s. ;malB-lm
SOUTH FIELD WELLINGTON
WHOLESALE \ RETAIL
The Most Economical and the Best for Domestic and Steam Purposes.
Ships Oregon and Carleton arc now discharging at San Pedro3,4oo tons of this celebrated coal
I deal direct from the mine, and am prepared to supply my customers at the lowest market price
Importer of S. F. Wellington and Foreign Steam Coal,
YARD, 838 N. Main St. Telephone 1047. m29-4m OFFICE, 130 W. Second St. Telephone 30
BUTTERFIELD &l SUMMERS,
MAIN OFFICE, 315 SOUTH SPRING ST. BRANCH, ELITE GALLERY, TEMPLE BLOCK
Crayon Portraits, a Specialty.
New Mexico Coal Co.
GALLUP, SUNSHINE AND CEBKILLOS
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Best Domestic Coal in the Market
Also Wellington, South Field Wellington
Greta and Wallsend Coal,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
CHARCOAL AND WOOD IN STOCK.
CHAS. A. MARRINER, General Manager.
city office: yard:
Hotel Nadeau. Cor. E. First St. 4 Santa Fe Ate.
TELEPHONE 855. mrll-Gm
Parties wishing to make a trip to Wilson's
Peak, will find it more convenient and pleas
anter to go to Sierra Madre in the evening and
get an early start in the morning.
Accommodations can be had at the corner of
Hermosa and llainona avenues.
All arrangements made by addressing,
je(i-lm Sierra Madre P. 0.
T OS ANGELES AND PACIFIC RAILWAY
\j Company. Location of principal place of
business, Los Angelescity, California.
Notice is hereby Riven that at a meeting of
the Board of Directors, held on the '20th day of
April, 1890, an assessment of one dollar per
share be levied upon the capital stock issued of
the corporation, payable April 30th, 1890, to the
Secretary, „t his office in S. W. Luitweiler's
building, on the N.E. corner of Requena and
North Los Angeles streets, Los Angeles city, Cal.
All stock upon which this assessment shall
remain unpaid on the '_'9th day of May, 1890,
shall become delinquent on that day, and all
stock upon which said delinquent assessment
shall not he paid on or before the lsthday of
June, 1890, shall be on that day sold (or somuch
thereof as is necessary), for the mirpose of col
lecting (he delinquent assessment, together with
costs of advertising and expenses of sale.
By order of the Board of Directors.
ap'27 td S. P. REES, Secretary.
At a special meeting of the board of directors,
held May '29. IS9O, the time of assessment be
coming delinquent was postponed until June
9th, 1890, und the date of sale on any delin
quent stock was also postponed to date of June
By order of the board of directors.
ImCIO-td Secretary pro tern.
rpHE CLEVELAND OIL AND MINING CO.,
-L principal place of business, room 3, Los
Angeles theater building. No. '225 South Spring
street, Los Angeles, California.
Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of
the directors, held on Tuesday, the 3d day of
June, IS9O, an assessment of six (?(>.00) dollars
per share was levied upon the capital stock ol
the corporation, payable on Saturday, July Sth,
1890,t0 H. B. Baldwin,secretary,at the principal
office of the company, room 3, Los Angeles
theater building, No. 225 South Spring street,
in the city of Los Angeles. Any stock upon
which this asaessmcnt shall remain unpaid on
the sth day of July. 1890, will be delinquent
and advertised for sale at public auction, and
unless payment is made before, will be sold
Friday, the 22d day of July, 1890, to pay the
delinquent assessment, together with costs of
advertising and expenses of sale.
11. B. BALDWIN, Secretary,
Room 3, Los Angeles theater, building, Los An
geles, California. fe4-ws-5t