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PASADENA.
The board of trade held a meeting
yesterday. A communication was ad
dressed to the citrus fair commisioners,
suggesting Los Angeles as the most suit
able place for holding the annual citrus
fair. The claims of several other places
"Hs affording superior facilities, have
been presented to the commissioners,
but it is hoped that the inducements
which I,os Angeles can offer will result
in the fair being held in that place.
The Athletic association cleared about
$40 on Thanksgiving day, after paying
expenses of all kinds. This is more than
caii be said for some of the big associa
tions in the east. The gratifying interest
taken in the sports by our citizens, has
encouraged the association wonderfully.
They hope to do even better at their
next field meeting.
A small dance was enioyed at the San
Gabriel hotel last night by about twenty
Pasadenians. After the crow dof Thurs
day night they seemed lost in the ball
room.
Pete Steil was unable to complete ar
rangements for tbe walk from Los An
geles to Wilson's peak for today, bill
hopes to have it take place next Satur
day.
A special meeting of the Charity soci
ety was held yesterday afternoon a! I
o'clock. The only case consid .id was
that of Ed. Hoffman, who fell from the
roof of the Stanton residence some time
since. W. U. Masters was given charge
of it.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bowles, of Hart
ford, Conn., were in town yesterday,
They w ill come here soon to remain un
til April.
Mrs. Winslow is confined to her home,
but hopes to be about again speedily.
Tiie meet of the Valley Hunt today
promises to be well attended, and 1
o'clock, the hour at which luncheon will
be served at Marengo, will doubtless
find a goodly gathering anxious to re
lieve their hunger.
The entertainment to be given tonight
in the opera house by local talent prom
ises to be a very successful one. The
advance sale is quite large, and indicates
* good house. Turn Him Out and Pop
ping the Question, are the plays to be
given. The proceeds will go toward the
improvement of the library grounds.
The marriage of W. S. Uilmore and
Miss Emily P. Bradley will be
solemnized on Wednesday", December
10th, at noon, at the residence oi the
bride's mother, corner of Colorado and
Madison streets.
The sermon at the Presbyterian
church, tomorrow, will be delivered by
Rev. W. J. Chichester, P.D., of Los An
geles. The ordaining of the recently
elected elders will take place.
A telegram has been received from
Austin, Texas, by Mrs. Sellar, a colored
woman of Los Angeles, stating that her
father's death is expected at any mo
ment. He is lit years old, and has,
ttntil quite recently, always enjoyed
good health.
The overland was fis'e hours late yes
terday.
PUBLIC WORKS.
Recommendations Made Yesterday by
the Board.
The board of public works, at its regu
lar weekly meeting held yesterday,
adopted the following report forpresenta
tion to the council on Monday :
Recommend that the petition of P. S.
Veuabie, ol al., asking foi the privilege
of erecting and maintaining a runway
out of the river bed north of First-street
viaduct on the west side, be granted,
provided such a plan can be suggested
■by the city engineer as will not result in
damage to the property aud cost to the
city.
Recommend that the protest of Poin
dexter Dunn et. al. against tbe opening
of Flower street from Twentieth to
Twenty-third streets be granted, as it
-contains the signatures of the majority
of the holders of frontage.
Recommend that a number of peti
tions with reference to the grading of
Centennial street be filed, as a majority
is in favor of the work.
Recommend that the petition of Al
fred Crawford, with regard to the alley
between Twenty-eighth and Thirtieth,
and Hope street and Grand avenue, be
referred to the city engineer for investi
gation and report.
Recommend that the protest of O.
Morgan be granted, as the owners want
to change the order, so as to grade as
far as Enchanda street.
Recommend that the petition of Joseph
Cook, with reference to the ball ground
■Bear Temple street, be referred to the
•city attorney for investigation, as to
whether the council should deal with
a question of this nature.
Recommend that the bid of John
Hogler, for the grading of Twenty-third
street, between Maple avenue and San
Pedro street, at $1,119 per lineal foot, be
accepted.
ABOVE THE AVERAGE.
Some Voters Who Have Attained Years
of Discretion.
The grand register of electors iv this
county bears tbe names of many aged
voters. There is only one over 100, five
between 85 and 100, three 85, five 84,
four between 80 and 84, and thirteen
■who are 80 years of age. The list of
those 80 and upwards is as follows:
Ignatio F. Garcia, 109, Mexico; John
W. Morris, 93, Ohio; Joseph R. W.
Hand, 90, Maine; John L. Williams, 89,
Mass.; Nelson Williamson, 88, Maine;
Charles Tiebout, 80, N. V.; Christian
Hostetter, 85, Ky.; Volney Adams, 85,
Vt.; R. P. Edgarton, 85, Mass.; E.
Neavill, 84, Virginia ; Wm. S. Rankin,
84, Pa.; George Knight, 84, Eng
land; David Eagon, 84, Vir
ginia; James "impson, 84, Ireland;
W. Beattie, 83, Scotland;.!. 11. Bates,
82, N. V.; Geo. M. Kilmer, 81, N. V.;
Eastenßoot, 81, N. V.; Tyler P. Towne,
80, Maine; R. Leffler, 80, Ky.; Juan J.
Garcia, 80, Mexico; J. H. Pickering, 80,
Ohio; John McColl, 80, Scotland; Al
fred Durant, 80, Mass.; M. Hancock,
80, N. V.; I). A. Langdon, 80, N. V.; D.
Cole, 80, N. V.; R. Vandervort, 80, Pa.;
C. Valenzuela, 80, Calif.; J. Turking
ton, 80, Ireland ; A. Polland, 80, Ten.
ANOTHER COMPLICATION.
Doctor Bryant an Independent Demo
cratic Councilmanic Candidate.
Another complicating feature in the
|K>litical puzzle was introduced yester
day in the announced candidacy of
Doctor J. H. Bryant as an independent
Democratic candidate for the city coun
cil, in the Third ward, where Charlie
tJassen is the Democratic and Major
•Bonsall the Republican candidate.
■ Doctor Bryant and his supporters are
making an aggressive campaign, and feel
confident of success-
TIIE LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 29, 1890.
Consumption in Beef.
Phthisis, or pulmonary consumption,
causes more deaths than any other dis
ease, more than many other serious dis
eases combined. Beside the list of its
victims the ravages of such dreaded
plagues as cholera, smallpox and yellow
fever pale into comparativo insignifi
cance.
If phthisis could be eliminated as a
factor in tho destruction of human life
the mortality tables of tho life insurance
companies would have to be reconstruct
ed, and certainly everything going to
throw light upon the cause of this malady
or the means of its prevention is of in
terest from an insurance standpoint.
Therefore a statement recently made
by Professor Behrend, the eminent En
glish medical authority, who anticipated
the famous discovery of Koch, is of no
little importance.
He says that iv the course of a prac
tice of thirty years, largely among He
brew patients, he has not met a single
case of phthisis in the members of that
1 faith. He attributes their immunity to
! the Jewish method of examining and
slaughtering cattle.
Of course it is not asserted that tho
Hebrews never suffer from phthisis, but
Professor Behreud's experience would
seem to indicate that the disease is far
less common among them than among
the general population.
It is known that Hebrews are, as a
race, long lived, and investigation may
show that their strict sanitary dietary
customs protect them from many dan
gers to which other races are exposed.
Tho germs of phthisis as well ns of other
diseases have been found in abundance
in unhealthy animals, and it is alto
gether in accord witli the latest scientific
doctrines that such diseases should be
communicated to man by eating the
flesh of diseased animals. The whole
subject deserves and will yet receive
thorough investigation. — Philadelphia j
Underwriter.
Stanley's Workroom lv Cairo.
It was in that part of the hotel farthest
removed from the street that Mr. Stan
ley took up his abode. Here he had a
fine suite of rooms on the ground floor,
very handsomely furnished in the ori
ental style. A large, lofty reception
room and an equally large and hand
some dining room. In these he received
6ome of the most important or most per
sistent of his many callers, but as a rule
he shut himself up in his bedroom, and
there he wrote from early morning till
late at night, and woe betide any one |
who ventured unasked into thia sanctum.
He very rarely went out, even for a \
stroll round the garden.
His whole heart and soul were cen
tered on his work. He had set himself
a certain task, and he had determined to
complete it to the exclusion of every
other object in life. He said of himself:
"I have so many pages to write. I know
that if I do not complete this work by a
certain time, when other and imperative
duties are imposed upon me, I shall
never complete it all. When my work
is accomplished, then I will talk with
you, laugh with you and play with you
or ride with you to your heart's content,
but let me alono now, for Heaven's
gate."—-Edward Marston in Scribner's.
Philadelphia Intellectuality.
Mr. Spofford, librarian of congress, is
reported ns saying that America has not
produced during the last twenty years
"a single author of great genius like
Nathaniel Hawthorne or Ralph Waldo
Emerson." This is quoted in a way to
lead unthinking people to suppose that
America is producing no eminent writ
ers. But on closei nspection it is found
that the statement is limited to authors
'•like" Hawthorne and Emerson. Even
with this limitation it is not unlikely the
statement is too broad, for here in the
single city of Philadelphia there has
been produced at least one author in
works of the imagination whoso books
will live as long as Hawthorne's. This
is George H. Boker. And in works of a
different but more scholarly character
the writings of Henry Charles Lea,
based upon the patriotic literature of the
middle ages, will be likely to survive
when Hawthorne's are forgotten.—Phil-
adelphia Ledger.
Onyx Displacing; Marble.
Onyx is coming into general use for
decorative purposes. With the forma- '.
tion of a syndicate to work the Mexican i
mines and with the discovery of onyx in
other places its use has extended until it
is becoming one of the most fashionable \
decorations in New York. Onyx is a
peculiar formation caused by drippings
mixed with mineral and earthy sub
stances under heat and pressure. This
is not an exact geological definition of
it, hut it tells what it is. Onyx is usu- !
ally discovered in caves or other natural i
openings and in a mineral neighborhood. 1
The most beautiful kind of onyx is
formed by various kinds of minerals run
ning through it in streaks and tints.—
New York Sun.
Speed or a Projectile.
A locomotive working under a press
ure of 140 to 165 pounds to the square ,
inoh may move a railway train at a ;
velocity of sixty miles per hour, which j
is apt to be considered wonderful speed, j
But it is slow compared with the rate of
motion of the projectile from a modern
great gun. Such projectile flies at the
rate of 1,365 miles per hour, impelled by
a pressure of 35,000 to 40,000 pounds per !
square inch.—New York Telegram.
Fees for Auctioneers.
The ways of auctioneers in different \
parts of the world vary greatly. In Eng- ;
land and America the seller bears the
expense of the sale, but in Prance the
purchaser bears the cost, 5 per cent, be
ing added to his purchase. In Holland
it fs still worse, the buyer being required
to pay 10 per cent, additional for the ex
penses of the sale.—Chatter.
A Disguised Benefit.
Harry—Dear girl, why so cruel? lam
absolutely weak and weary by reason of
your coldness.
Harriet—Weak? Weary? Then your
circulation is defective and yon need
re-pnlsing.—Pittsburg Bulletin.
Miles's Nerve and Liver Pills
Act on a new principle—regulating the liver, ,
stomneh ami bowels through the nervea. A new I
discovery. Dr. Miles's Pills speedily cure bil I
iousness, bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constlpa- !
tlon. Unequaled for men, women, children.
Smallest, mildest, surest! Fifty doses, 38 eta
Sampleß free, at li. W. Ellis A Co.'s.
W. Galer, printer. 31(i West First street.
Granula, the great health food, for sale by all
grocers.
Sudden Deaths.
Heart disease is by far the most frequent
cause of sudden death, which in three out of
four eases is unsuspected The symptoms are
not generally understood. These iire: A habit
of lying on the right side, short breath, pain or
distress in side, back or shoulder, irregular
pulse, asthma, weak and hungry spells, wind in
stomach, swelling of tinkles or dropsy, oppres
: sinn, dry cough and smothering br. Miles'
: Illustrated book on heart disease, free at R w
Ellis & Co., Who tell end guarantee l)r Miles'
> unequaled New Heart Cure, and liis Restorative
Nervine, which ernes nervousness, headache
sleeplessness, effects oi diinking etc. It eou
-1 tains no opiates.
For Durability and Beauty,
; House owners ihould insist on having their
: painters use only the Sherwin-Williams paints,
for sale by P H. Mathews, cor. Seeoud and
| Main. _
j Drink Er/CALYrtA, ye thirsty thousands.
JMI | 111^
-Esop has told us the talc of a mule which,
from overfeeding, galloped about and felt
guy, saying to himself: "My rather, surely,
was a high-mottled raecr. mid I am his own
child in speed and spirit." Next day he was
sick and weary: he tiien exclaimed: ""1 must
have made a mistake; my father, lifter all,
could have been only an ass." A man, after
eating a good dinner, may feel extravagantly
joyous; but next day (I don't mean you to
infer he feels like an ass) he is surly and grim,
his stomach and liver are sluggish, he is
' morose, despondent and "out of sorts" gen-
I orally. For Indigestion, Biliousness and all
derangements of the Stomach, Liver and
Dowels, Dr. Tierce's Golden Medical Discov
ery is an unequaled Remedy. Contains no
alcohol to inebriate; no syrup or sugar to
ferment and derange the digestive processes.
It cleanses the system nnd cures pimplea,
i Tilotchcs, eruptions and all Skin and Scalp
1 Diseases. Scrofulous affections, aB Fover
sores, Hin-joint, Disease, Swellings and Tv
; mors, yield to its superior alterative proper
ties.
! World s Dispensary Mrdtcatj Associa
tion, Manufacturers, liuftaio, tf. Y.
fs.4g\(iinn ßEWAßD
fj;' V vUU offered for an
I / - \ j :Sf incurable case
I "if of Catarrh in the Head, by
sm * the proprietors of Dr. Sage's
Catarrh Remedy. Only 50 cents. Sold by
druggists everywhere.
How Lost! How Reg^taed,
THE SCIENCE OF LIFE
. A Scientific and Standard Popular Medical Treatise |
on the Errors of Youth, Premature Decline, Nervous
and Physical Debility, Impurities of the Blood.
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Avoid unskillful pretenders. Possess this grant
work. It contains 300 page«, royal Svo. Beautiful
binding, embossed, full ei!t. Price only $1.00 by
mail, postpaid, concealed in plain wrapper. Illus
; tratlvs Prospectus Free, If you spply now. The
distinguished author, Wm. I!. Parker, M. P., re
ceived the <JOI.l» ANI> JEWELLED MEDAL
i fromlhe Nutionnl lUe«lieitl A".Norintion for
' ihit Pitl/.K ESSAY on NERVOUS and
PHYSICAL DEBlLlTY.Dr.pSrkerand acorps
of Assistant Fnysiciana may bo consulted, confi
dentially, by mini or in person, at the office of
THE PEABODV MEDICAL INSTITUTE,
N<>. 4 BuinnchSl.,ll«*lon,M:u«i.,towtioma!)
orders for books or letters for advice should bs
directed as above.
to every man, young, middle-aged,
M \\Lm K» BL °' c * 1 pottaffe puid. Address
Dr. 11. Dv MoIU,3SI Columbua Aye., Boston, Mass.
it si «
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NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF CO
PARTNERSHIP.
TMIE FIRM HERETOFORE EXISTING
under tbe name and style of Home & Abel,
composed of W. A. Home and W. 11. Abel,
doing business in the city and county of Los
Angeles, State of California, Is this day dis
solved hy mutual consent, W. A. Home having
purchased the entire interest of saTld W. H. Abel
in and to the stock of drugs and all property
belonging thereto, including the accounts ana
soda fountain, located at No. BOS Downey
avenue, East I.os Angeles, California; and W.
H. Abel having purchaaed tbe entire interest of
said W. A. Home in and to the drugs, the stock
of drugs and drug business and all articles
belonging thereto. Including accounts, andalso
J all the White Pine Balsam, horses, buggy and
wagon, and all articles belonging to the busl-
I ness of said firm located at No. 1516 San Fer
n.indo street, in the city and county of Los
I Angeles, California; the said W. A. Home will
hereafter carry on the business at the drug
, store iv East Los Angeles In his own name and
right, and the said W. H. Abel will hereafter
carry on tho busi ess at the drug store, 1510
San Fernando street, in his own name and
right.
Witness our hands and seals this 28th day of
November, 1890.
W. A.HORNE. |sb«i.|
11-29 7t W. H. ABEL. |SKAL
a mm telephone:
(j'QSI HELLO'
HALL & PACKARD,
THANKSGIVING
Half-dozen Quart Cans Fresh Eastern
OYSTERS!
50° A CAN.
m and 443 S. Spring St, bet. 4th and sth.
! JIiSS MEANS'S3 &S4 SHOES
IS. ! shoe . $4£hdb;:,#H|^
k llFfit, \■ ~-5-'and«s- SATI S iHr^m
THE MOST fwWss^h
B^"*TsSn ,^^»?,^^o!,^^« th strvo aro now nMe to affirm Uiaf
,',: i. r !.,„>., n-ipe.-t to the «:iocs wh 'eh only n low year* oco wore re
Vurs.,., 10....11 ' mill .1 Sryics, im| \vho lm tato our nvsu?m or n''*hipw a™ iinnhlo t«
«< toe«» 7 prouueta. Incur UneswaVtte
cf <I** caaet& °Hvo ?vm ?"<m ?• P« W hy wMn.awake retailer, la all parts
JAMES "SS&dJSS <8c CO., 41lincoln St,, Boston, BEnM
VVUa LIN Of TUG ibOVis iriUOiiri JtfOlitJALli
N. BENJAMIN, PROPRIETOR OF THE BOSTON SHOE STORE.
Corner Main and Second Streets, Sole Agent for Los Angeles. mrB-sa*we-9m
SPECIAL notice:.
The undersigned has purchased the stock of
INS FURNISHING GOODS AND SHIRT FACTORY
Of EVAN E. EVANS, 106 South Spring Street.
The reputation of this house for keeping the best'gocds the'market affords is well
established and will be maintained. Tbe stock lias been bought for
casti at a price which admits of a very
LIBERAL REDUCTION
From former prices, and will repay your perscnal inspection.
JULIUS M. MARTENS,
(Successor to EVAN E. EVANS.)
11-22-1 ni
ORANGE LAND AT REDLANDS
ON TEN YEARS' TIME.
TP HE BARTON LAND AND WATER CO. have concluded to sell the remainder
of that grand old Ranch in small tracts of 5, 10, 20 and 40-aerc pieces, with
pure mountain water piped to it and deeded with tho land at ifMOO per acre. Only
10 per cent cash required at time of purchase, and NO FARTHER PAYMENT
for TEN YEARS, except (i!.. per cent inteiest per annum. The buyer gets a con
tinuous now of one (1) minei's inch of water with each seven acres.'
Over $250,000 worth of this land has been sold in the past year, principally to people that
have been engaged in orange growing for many veers. Ov<r IiO.CCO orange'trt es have been
planted by the settlers berween March Ist aid August Ist, 1 SilO. Ail of the land is within one
and a half miles of the center of the city of Redlands, and a good deal of it w ilhin three-iiuarters
of a mile. Railroad and motor line through the land.
You closely-confined, tired out business MEN, go and spend *15 per month for care ol
ten acres, and within five years you can sell for 110,000—if properly cultivated. TITLE U. S
PATENT. For further particular*, write to
W, I 3 McINTOSH,
President aud General Manager,
10-20-tf 144 Soutli Main Street, Los Angeles, Cal.
gk\f SOUTH FIELD WELLINGTON MW
LUMP^
WHOLK3ALE J RET All
The Best Domestle Coal in the Market.
Oak, Pine and Juniper wood sawed and split to Order.
HANCOCK BANNING,
Importer of 8. F. Wellington and Foreign Steam Coal,
YARD, 838 N. Main St. Telephone 1047. m29-tf OFFICE, 130 W. Second St. Telephone
GREAT- REDUCTION IN PHOTOGRAPHS.
FINEST FINISHED CABINET PHOTOGRAPHS, FORMERLY $7.00, REDUCED TO $5.00.
Firat Premium for Best Photographs awarded at the late Agricultural Fair. Largest and most complete Photographic
11-gl eoalra Studio in Southern California. 107 N. SPRING STREET.
WE WANT THE
LADIES OF LOS ANGELES
TO KNOW THAT
ALLEN'S
Is the place where they can get their
FEATHERS DYED
RICH GLOSSY BLACK.
E. B. ALLEN,
11-14-lm 214 SOUTH ItItOABWAY,
Baker Iron Works
950 to 966 BUENA VISTA ST,
LOS ANQELEB, CAL,
Adjoining the Southern Pacific Grounds. Tele
phone 124. m 22
THE NEW YORK BAZAR
Is one of the most popular shoppingresorts in
the city. We have now in stock a choice variety
of Notions, Fancy Goods, Ladies' and Children's
Furnishing Goods, Yarns, etc., all of which are
sold at the lowest prices possible. Hut the new
attraction at this time in our stock is
THE MILLINERY DEPARTMENT.
We are flattered with the compliments we are
daily receiving of the goods, which they justly
merit. EMra care has been taken in purchas
ing goods to suit every one. Wish our fine and
cheap stock, we can make a hat to suit a pur
chaser, no matter what it may be.
148 NORTH SPRING STREET.
n-2i-34t
JOHN ~WIELAND, FREDERICKS
BURG, UNITED STATES and
CHICAGO BREWERIES.
EXTRA I'ALE PILSENER, STANDARD, ER
LANGER and CULMBACHBR BEERS of high
repute. Also brew the best PORTER and ALE
JACOB ADLOFF,
General Agent, Los Angeles.
Telephone, 4<>B. P. O. Box 1231, Station C.
Corner New North Main, Mission and Chavez
sts., opposite Naud, Weyse it Co.'s warehouse.
11-l-Om
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
ILLICH'S
RESTAURANT.
j Everything New and First-Class.
145 and 147 N. Main Street,
j ap29-tf JERRY ILLICH, Proprietor.
OPTICIANS AND JKWEIEKS.
this I* NOTOUR WAY,
The Importance of perfect-fitting glasses is
j self-evident to every Intelligent reader. 111
-| lining glasses cause discomfort, Injuries, partial
or total loss of sight. Beware of the ignorant
Jewelers; they are frauds posing aa opticians,
iWe guarantee you a thorough, reliable and
1 perfect scientific lit at lowest prices. Eyes
I tested free. Call and see.
S. Q. MARSHUTZ, Scientific Optician,
114 s. Spring St., bet ween First and Second.
| We carry also a full stock of artificial eyes.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE.
TK. RIDDICK, PLAINTIFF, VS. D. W.
• Colby, Albert F Colby, Crane Bros. Mann
j facturi-ig Co. (a corporation,; G. A. Clark, L. J,
! P. Morrill and James K. Mulkev. defendants.
Sheriff's sale. No. 12.534.
Order of sale and decree of foreclosure and
sale.
; Under and by virtue of an order of sale and
1 decree Of foreclosure and sale, issued out of the
! Superior Court of the County of l,os Angeles,
; State of California, on the 12th due of November,
I A. D. IKOO, in the above entitled'action, where
in T. K. Riddick, the above named plaintiff,
obtained a judgment of decree and foreclosure
I and sale against 1). W.Colby ct ab.defend
i ants, on the;ld day of September, A. 1). 1800, for
the sum ol 110,146.03 in lawful money of
| the Flitted states, whicb said decree was on the
:11 til day of November, A. I) ISOO. recorded In
I judgment book 24 of said Court, at page 0, 1
am commanded to sell all that certain lot,
| piece, or parcel of land, situate, lying and being
i in the County of I.os A ngeles. State of California
j and bounded and described as follows ;
I Commencing at a point on the north side of
| Fifth street distant 150.45 feet westerly from
the northwest corner of Fifth and San Pedro
streets; thence north 28 deg. 20 mm. east.
149 88 feet more or less to the north line of the
subdivision by Pomeroy et al., of the Alfred
James tract; thence north (17 deg. 38 mm west
with the north line of said tract 50 feet; thence
south 28 deg. 20 mm. west 149 26 feet more or
les.-i to the north line of Fifth street; thence
with the north line of said street, south 07 deg.
45 mm. tast 50 feet to the beginning, and be
j ing lots No. ten (10) and eleven (11) of said sub
i division of said Alfred James tract as surveyed
I by E. T. Wright, civil engineer, in July. 1887,
: reference being bad to tbe plat thereof made
Iby said E. T. Wright, together with all and
Singular the tenements, hereditaments and ap
] purtenonc t thereunto belonging or in anywise
j appertaining.
Publio notice is hereby given, that on Mon
day, the Bth day oi December, A. D.
j IS9O, at 12 o'clock m. of Hint day,
in front of the court house door of
tbe county of Loa Angeles, on Spring street, I
will, in obedience to said order of sale and
decree of foreclosure and sale, sell tbe above
described property, or so much thereof as may
be necessary to satisfy said judgment, with
interest and costs, etc., to tbe highest and best
bidder, for cash, lawful money of the United
States.
Dated this 13th day of November, IP9O.
M. O. AGUIRRE,
Sheriff of Loa Angeles County.
By a. m. TnonKTOH, Under Sheriff,
Wm. D. Stephens, attorney for plaintiff.
1115-sat4t
RAMONA!
The Gem of the Sau Gabriel Valley
Only Three Miles from City Limits of Los
Angeles.
Property of San Gabriel Wine Co.,
Original owners.
LOCATED AT SHORB'S STATION,
On line ol S. P. K. R. and San Gabriel Valley
Rapid Transit R. R.,
From 10 to ID minutes to the Plaza, I.os An
geles City.
CHEAPEST SUBURBAN TOWN LOTS,
VILLA SITES, or
ACREAGE PROPERTY.
POPULAR TERMS.
PUREST SPHING WATER
Inexhaustible quantities guaranteed.
Apply at Office of
SAN GABRIEL WINE CO.,
Ramona, Los Angeles County, Ca
-10-2(itt Or to M. D. WILLIAMS, Ramona.
NOTICE OP DISSOLUTION OF
PARTNERSHIP.
TAKE NOTICE—THAT JOE P. TAGGART
and John 1). Bosch, heretofore carrying on
business asco partners at N05.311 and 818 New
High street, Los Angeles, Cal , under the name,
style and firm of Taggart;<fc liosch, have this
day dissolved partnershfp.and liereafterthe said
business will bo carried ou under the name of
.1. P. Taggart & Co., who will collect all hills
due the said firm and assume all liabilities of
the late firm.
Dated at Los Angeles, Nov. 25, 1890
,lOE P. TAGGART,
JOHN D. ISOSCH.
Express copy. 11-2«-lm
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE %
FOB IMPROVE!) CITY PROPERTY.
if\ ACRES — S ROOM HOUSE, 2 BARNS,
T-U dairy and chicken house, shop, corrals;
artesian well; 8 acres in fruit, balance alfalfa
and pasture; 0 head horses, tt cows, 200 chick
ens; wagons, carriages, harness; all kinds farm
ing tools; everything complete; H miles from
city; near It. R. station; see it before buying
dry land. Apply to C. F A. LAST, No. 181 N.
Main st., or A. M. BRAGG, Lynwood station.
11-14-lm
Naud's Warehouse.
GRAIN, WOOL,
—AND—
General Merchandise Warehouse.
ADVANCES MADE ON WOOL. ml2-tf
COCKLE'S"
Anti- Bilious Pills!
THB GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY.
For Liver, Bile, Indigestion, etc. Free from
mercury; contains only pure Vegetable In
gredients Agents, LANGLKY & MICHAELS
CO., San Francisco, d2-daw-ly

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