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Highest of all in Leavening Power.—U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17,1889.
Baking ABSOLUTE!* PURE THE ORANGE CROP. STATISTICS OF THE EXTENT OF THAT LAST YEAR. The Number of Boxes Which Were Shipped From Plaoos in Lob Angeles, Orange, San Bernardino and Ventura Counties. Tbe orange crop of last year brought nearly two million dollars into Southern California. The shipments from the different stations as shown by the figures of the Santa Fe and Southern Pacific Railroad companies were as fol lows : LOB 4NGELES COUNTY Hill I'M KNTS. Station. * No. of Boxes Alhambra 43,443 San Oabriel 22,410 Pasadena 43,712 Duarte 32.207 Pomona (both railroads) 30,582 Los Angeles 22,826 Winthrop 44,793 Nadeau Park 1,358 Ve-nondale 37,038 University 331 Ivy 283 Dodswortb 14,349 Glendale 822 San Fernando 3,598 Savannah 33,744 Inglewood 4,181 El Monte 40 Puente 937 Spadra 472 Downey 0,254 Norwalk 13 Olendora 1,082 Claremont 728 Chapman 4,108 Monrovia 1,098 Azuaa 13,40!) Lamanda Park 10,500 Raymond '. 1,340 South Pasadent 2,708 Total 308,275 SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY. Station. No. of Boxes. Riverside 301,221 Redlands 15,973 Ontario 1,010 North Ontario 718 San Bernardino and suburbs 13,400 Colton. 0,170 Nahant , ~ 1 743 Mount! City 1,040 Total 341,940 ORANOE COUNTY. Station. No. of Boxes. • Anaheim .. 35,477 Orange. 17,233 Santa Ana 18,460 Rivera 32,39(1 Fulton Wells 1,320 Ixw Nietos 5,700 Tustln 22,409 Total 133,141 VENTURA COUNTY. Station. No. of Boxes. Santa Paula 10,000 Camuloe. 807 Total 10,807 SUMMARY STATEMENT. County. No. of Boxes. Lot Angeles 308,275 San Bernardino 341,940 Orange 133,141 Ventura 10.807 Grand total 854,203 The above figures do not include the fniit that was shipped by steamer, nor, of course, that which was consigned lo cally. THE SOLDIERS' HOME. The Extensive Quarters Provided for the Veterans. An important feature of Los Angeles couutv's possessions is tbe branch of tbe National Soldiers Home, located about three miles east of Santa Monica. The grounds comprise 600 acres, which will in a few years form the most beau tiful spot in California. The buildings already completed include four barracks, each accommo dating 100 men, and provided with the very latest conveniences of modern times; two officers quarters, a farmers house, and a barn. Congress made appropriations at the last session sufficient to add to the build ings barrack a dining hall, a kitchen, a hospital, headquarters, a library and a laundry, besides an appropriation of $20,000 for the purpose of extending the water system. The inmates number 717. There have been admitted -since the opening of the home 871 men, and there have been fifty-one deaths. UNDER THE DUMMY. Barinotti's Narrow Escape from a Ter rible Death. Shortly after 8 o'clock last night, Gio vanni'Barinotti was taken to the re ceiving hospital for medical treatment, after a most miraculous escape from death by being run over by a cable car. Barinotti rode over from East Los Ange les, and on reaching the corner of Upper Main and Walters streets jumped from the car while it was in motion, regard less of the fact that another car was ap proaching from the opposite direction. The result was that he was struck and thrown under the dummy of the east-bound car, which was stopped as soon as possible by the application of the track brakes. Barinotti's body was then completely under the dummy, and he was with some difficulty dragged out apparently lifeless. On being taken to the receiving hospital, however, it was found that he had escaped with a few bruises, and he soon recovered suf ficiently to be taken home. Ed. Gibson, the genial gentleman who will rule over the destinies of the sheriff's office for the next two years, haa just returned from a quail hunt, and judging from tbe number ni birds bagged it will be unsafe for tiny criminals or law-evaders to have Gibson on their trail as closely as he was on the birds. Mr. Gibson, in company with Frank Ellis of San Pedro, has been spending a few days of recreation at the hospitable home of A. T. Kimball, at Perris, San Diego county. During theirsojonrn Mr. Kimball extended to them all the cour tesies of the ranch, and was their guide on a quail-hunting excursion. If you have catarrh, you are in danger, aa the disease ia liable to become chronic and affect your general health, or develop into consump tion. Hood's Saraaparilla cures catarrh by puri fying and enriching thenflbod, and building up the system. Give It a trial; For Durability and Beauty. Beose owner* ibonid In«tat en havteg Ihelr IK? i*ie "by H. Mathews, oor. Second md I Meiu. Delicselse. ' At Hoymour Si Johnuou CoVfc j THE LOS ANGELES HERALD: THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 1, 1891, AMUSEMENTS. L'Africaine at the Grand Last j Night. I The Juch opera company produced I Meyerbeer's last work, L'Africaine, at the Grand last night. It is the first production of the opera here. One might pick a good many flaws in the plot, were he so disposed, but those who go to hear opera for the sake of the story, might better stay at home. The music of the score is grand. There are few operas that contain better music. The single parts, and all the combina tions up to a chorus are excellent. And the piece is filled to repletion with fine songs and choruses. It has movement in it at all points, and there is not a dull number in the opera. The rendition by the Juch company last night stands with that of Faust anil Lohengrin as red letter occasions to the credit of the company, and in the an nals of music in this city. Juch, as Selika. sung and acted superbly. It is a difficult role, full of music that makes loud calls for work, but to each one. the singer responded with vigor in acting, and with a perfect interpretation of the music. The part of Nelusk, her com panion in bondage, was well rendered indeed by Otto Rathjens. He sung the score well, and acted as few sing ers are capable of doing. His portraiture of the jealousy and despair of the slighted lover was a rare bit of art. The depth of passion was reached by him in all the trying scenes of the role. Vetta, as Don Pedro, sang his part perfectly, fully sustaining his reputation,while Hedmondtas Vasco de Gamo won fresh laurels. He did the best work he has shown here this time. The music is grand, and reaches near the highest register of the tenor voice, calling for strength as well as compass of voice. He was far better in this role than in any other heavy music he has tried. The piece was superbly staged. The scenes are lovely in the extreme, the Inst one in the Indies being specially fine. Tonight the company will sing Faust in the beautiful Luring opera house at Riverside, and will return here tomor row to sing Carmen, with Juch in the title role. On this occasion King Kala kaua, of the Hawaiian islands, with a company comprising General McCook, Lieutenant Baker, Mayor Hazaid and others, will occupy the four proscenium boxes to the right of the audience. MISS ADELAIDE MOORE. At the Los Angeles last night Miss Moore appeared in A Fatal Marriage, a piece in which she appeared to much better advantage than as Juliet. She was greeted with a very fair audience which enjoyed the play. There will be a matinee at this house this afternoon, when the Lady of Lyons will be pro duced. Tonight A Fatal Marriage will be repeated. THE PRIVATE SECRETARY, No funnier play was ever written than Mr. William Gillette's popular domes tic comedy, The Private Secretary. The play is under the able management of Mr. Charles Frohman, and the company engaged comprises most of the members that appeared at the Madison Square theatre during the earliest production of the play. The stage appointments and effects are rich and in keeping with all of the Frohman productions. The comedy will be given at the Grand opera house five evenings next week, commencing on Monday, (JALA DAY AT THE MUSEK. Today will, of course, be a gala day at the popular Main-street theater-musee, and the managers will find ifdifficult to handle the crowds, if they increase in the ratio lately noticeable on Sundays and holidays. The three-headed marvel continues the sensational feature, but is by no means the only really interesting attraction 'offered. There will be an extra performance and exhibition this morning, to accommodate the increased attendance. The numbers of ladies and children are gradually increasing at the afternoon exhibition. A Fatal Mistake. Physicians make no more fatal mistake than when they inform patients that nervous heart troubles come from the stomach and are of little consequence. Dr. Franklin Mile... the noted Indiana specialist,lias proven the contrary in his new book on "Heart Disease," which may be had free at R. W. Ellis & Co., who guarantees and recommends Dr. Miles un equaled New Heart Cure, which has the largest sale of any heart remedy in tho world. It cures nervous and organic heart disease, short breath, fluttering, pain or tenderness in the side, srm or shoulder, irregular pulse, fainting, smother ing, dropsy, etc. His Restorative Nervine cures headache, fits, etc. Notice. To whom it may concern : Mr. W. A. Driscoll has this day been appointed assistant manager of the L. \\ . Blinn Lumber coufpany. Signed, . L. W. Blinn, Dec. 31, 1890. General Manager. Our Home Brew. Philadelphia Lager, fresh from the brewery, on draught in all the principal saloons, de livered promptly in bottles or kegs. Office and Brewery, 238 Aliso street. Telephone 91. California Vinegar and Pickle Works, Telephone No. «5», Removed to 555 Banning street, opposite soap factory, near Alameda and First streets, one half block from electric light works. Ostrich Feathers Dyed A brilliant black on short notice at the Sur prise Millinery store, 243 South Spring st. Sat isfaction guaranteed. A. J. Kiktiimum.er. A BUSINESS CHANGE. I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE THAT I HAVE Bold by stock of groceries in store. No. 137 South Main street, to JOHN HERI.IHY, who will continue the business in the same place. I take this opportunity to express nry gratitude to my friends for the liberal, favors and patron age extended to me in the past, and solicit a continuance of the same for- my successor. I will collect all outstanding bills and settle all liabilities up to this date. JOHN MOUIAHrY. January 1,1391. 11-71 BPEOIAL NOTIOE. I make a specialty of Fuse California Wines.. Sit i.p la eases of ooa dose» seen, eooalsting 0f • follower v»rteM«-*:-Tort, AnawUe*, Mwxry, Muscatui, Kliitnndct, and tutMing, snu ya- I.tVER two casee CM bottles) p( ibe above wines to any part of thethiitedawtesonrecStpt ol 10.00. Telephone *i. lift & 136 N. gating st Branch, 468 b. Spring. Resper-tfuliy, . j 11-12 lm CI. \o<juU.AooTr. I PROGRESSIVE PEOPLE. Mr. Chas. Stern's Return to His Los Angeles Home. Mr. Chas. Stern, of Chas. Stern & Sons, wine-makers and distillers, whose big plant just beyond the covered bridge is so well known, has returned home after a tour of the east, where the firm has houses in all the large cities. He reports prospects bright for the new year. Mr. Stern is erecting one of the nandsomeßt residences in the city, near tho winery on Mission street. The edifice is now' enclosed and presents a fine appearance. He returns home to make more imnroveinents, among which is an office and sample room, at the corner of Macy and Mission streets, on the distillery premises. Here will be a cosy place to receive the friends and patrons of the establishment. With Mr. Stern comes here Mr. M. Rosenthal, the head of the firm's house in Chi cago, a very genial gentleman. Mr. Rosenthal comes to visit Los Angeles and look into all its attractions. At Menlo, 420 South Main Street, Well furnished suites for gentlemen from IIP to $15. Capitalists^_Attentlon! ~Here is a chance for millionaires to double their millions, for business men and manufac turers to secure good locations, and for poor men to get their own homes. I offer for sale a magnificent block of land, 48t% feet front, on west side New High street, Just north of Temple street; splendid site for office building, close to new court house. Also, 561 business and residence lots in the most el gibe parts of the city, as follows: 91 Lota in the PARK TRACT, 5 to 7 minutes from center of city. 09 Lots in BEAUDRY WATER WORKS TRACT, near S. P. de. ot. 219 Lots in the KURHTS BRIDGE TRACT, on the east side of the river. Here arc excellent manufacturing sites, well served with railroad and switch facilities. 13 Lots in the FLORIDA TRACT, just sub divided, between Eighth and Ninth streets and we3t of Pearl street, in the heart of thr beauti ful southwest part of the city. 126 Lots in the BELLEVUE AYE. TRACT. These are finely situated on the hills overlook ing the western part of the city. 18 Lots in the BEAUDRY TRACT NO. 2, all weil located and close in. 25 Lots in the WEBT DEPOT ADDITION TRACT, finely situated, overlooking the north ern part of the city, • 4 Lots lust south of SEVENTH-ST. PARK. 10 ACRES in the Colima Park Tract, near Ellis College and Seventh-st Park. 4-story House, Nos. 362 and 364 Buena Vi*ta street, containing 27 rooms, on lot 60 feet front by 109 feet deep. 4-story House, No 356 Bue.ua Vista street, adjoining Mr. A. Glassell's residence, contain ing 21 roams. 3-story House, No. 340 Buena Vista street, containing 26 rooms. Also 2 fine 4-room cottages on NEW DEPOT STREET, and one on MONTREAL STREET, all hard finished, with all modern conveniences. 70 Acres on east side Los Angeles river, west of Mission Road. 8. P. R. R. and Terminal railway passes through this tract. TERMS—One-fourth cash, balance in install ments as follows: Lots less that *400 In price. 118 per month. Lots |400 to $500 in price, $20 per month. Lots »500 to 11000 in price. $30 per month. Lots ov«r $1000 in price $50 per month. Interest at 7 per cent per annum 12-5 P. BEAUDRY, 12-J Temple St. NOTICE ! Notice is Hereby Given that the PAPER BUSINESS Heretofore conducted by the undersigned at 309 N. Los Angeles St., Los Angeles, HAb BEEN SOLD TO Blake, Moffitt & Towne, of San Francisco, Who will continue the business at the old stand, and collect all debts due said paper busi- QEO. W. COOKE A. 00. will contiune to conduct their bindery. The above notice refers only to the paper business. GEO. W. COOKE & CO. Los Angeles, December 31,1890. REFERRING To the above notice, we desire to say that we shall continue tho Papjcr Business of Geo. W. Cooke &Co , with Mr. Geo. W. Cooke as man age , and hope to merit a continuance of the many favors heretofore extended to Mr. Geo. W.Cooke. BLAKE, MOFFITT i TOWNE. Los Angeles, January 1, 1891. ' 1-1 3t WILKE'S DELICACY STORE 313 S. SPRING STREET, All kinds Cold Meats and Salads. Foreign and Domestic Cheese, Etc. SMOKED BEEP AND TONGUE. LUNCH E^OOM. 11-14 3m CHRISTMAS! g» TURKEYS! TORKKYS! OYSTERS! OYSTERS! GAME! QAM E ! LOB ANGELIC 8 FISHING COMPANY, MQTT MARKET. 11-21-6 m ~_ LUMBKK YARD Kerekhoff-Cuzner MILL AND LUMBER CO. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Main Office: LOS ANGELES. Wholesale Yard at SAN PEDRO. Branch Yards—Pomona, Pasadena, Lamanda, Anusa, Burbank. Planing Mills—Los Angeles and Pomona. Cargoes furnished to order. J. M. Griffith, President. H. G. Stevenson, Vice-Pres. and Treas. T. E. Nichols, Bec'y. E. L. Chandler, Sunt J. M. GRIFFITH COMPANY, Lumber Dealers And Manufacturers of DOGRB. WINDOWS, BLINDB, STAIRS, Mill work of every description. 984 N. Alameda Street, Los Angeles. lultf PERRY, NIOTT 6c OO'S LUMBER YAADB AND PLANING WILLS, No. 76 Commercial Street. lul tf J. A. 'HENDERSON, WM. F. MARSHALL President Secretary. J.R.BMDRR, Vice Presideat and Treasurer. B<WJTHEBN ~~CALIFORNI A LUMBER 00. JSP BaafFirst Street 9-19-Am Los Angeles, California. EifflSl k CO. 146 North Spring St. MEN'S Furnishing GooJs. We have made Extra Preparations for Holiday Trade. On hand A VERY LARGE STOCK HAT MS! NECK DRESS, SUSPENDERS, GLOVES, DRESS SHIRTS, Initial Handkerchiefs, UNDERWEAR, UMBRELLAS, MUFFLERS, ETC. Popular Prices. AMUSEMENTS. gECOND TERM OF HENRY J. KRAMER'S SCHOOL FOR DANCING! Academy, 313 and 315% S. Main st. Class for beginners, ladies and gentlemen, Monday and Thursday evenings, from 8 to 10 p. m., commencing Monday, Dec. 29, 1890. Class for advanced pupils, Tuesday evenings only, from 8 to 10 p. m., commencing Tuesday evening, Dec. 30,1890. Class for ladies, misses and masters, Saturday afternoons only, from 3.30 to 5:30 p. m. Juvenile class, 1:30 to 3:30 p. m. Terms—One quarter, lessons, $10: one-half quarter, 10 lessons, $6. All the latest fashionable round and square dances will bo taught In the above clashes. Satisfactory references required from all ap plicants. Send for circular. Office hours, 3to 5 "p. m. Hallto rent. 12-7-lm HENRY J. KRAMER, Instructor. THE PALACE. Corner First and Spring Sts. The most magnificent and popular resort in the city. FREE CONCERTS! BY THE CELEBRATED PHILHARMONIC SOLOISTS in connection with the most celebrated CELLO -:- PLAYER -:- MEYER, Every night from 8 to 12. Commercial Lunch every day from 11 to 2 o'clock. Dining room open day and night. JOSEPH SCHURTZ. PROPRIETOR. je3-tf j-JIRECT FROM NEW YORK CITY, For the Holidays, complete stock of the celebrated j STEIN WAY PIANOS ! UPRIGHTS AND GRANDS. : G ABLER AND PEASE PIANOS AT G. 8. MARYGOLD'B —Beoadway Music Store 221 South Broadway, Potomac Block. 12-lllm IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF LOS ANGELES County, State oi California. In the matter of the petition ot Immanuel Presbyterian Church of Los Angeles to mort gage its property. On reading and filing the uetltlon of Im manuel Presbyterian Church of Los Angeles, a corporation, for permission to mortgage its property therein described. Ills ordered that said petition be heard on Tuesday, January 6, 1891. at 2 o'clock d. m., in department 5 of said court, and that notice thereof be given by the publication of this order lv the Los Angeles Daily Herald for five consecutive days prior to the day of hearing. Dated this 31st day of December, 1890. F. W. McKini.ey, Judge. John Haynek, Attorney for Petitioner. 1-1 -st. AMERICAN FISHING CO., Cor. Third and Spring streets. Fresh Fish, Oysters, Game and Poultry. Fresh Lobsters, Crabs, Shrimps and Clams re ceived dally. Shipping fish to all points in Southern California, Arizona, Texas, Old and New Mexico a specialty. Telephone 036. P. 0. Box 1323. 12-U-3m ROBERT KROHN, Prop NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS. •fTUTE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE BTOCK JL holders ef the Ban Oabrlel Wine company ' wU* beheld at the office of the company, on Jeouary 12th. at M> o'clock a, m., for the pnr ' ensuing year, and for the transaction of such I other 1 business as may be brought before the I meeting. T. G. HA'NES, Secretary. San Uabrlel, 'Cal., December 80th, IH9P. I 12-30 td REDLANDS IMPROVED LANDS FOR SALE BY w. f\ Mcintosh, 144 S. MAIN STREET, - - LOS ANGELES, CAL. 20 Acres in ORANGES, Peaches, Apricots and Raisin Crapes. Income $2 600 annually. Water-right over 80 years old. Price, $000 per acre. Terms, one-third cash ; one-third in thrfre years : one-third in six years. This is the best located 20 acres in the valley, and produces the best raisins ami best Washington Navel oranges of any place in California. The orange crop, 2,860 raisin trays, and 120 sweat boxes go with the land. Also, 35"acres in old Walnuts, Peaches, Apricots, riums and Oranges, with oldest and bes'„ water-right, and beautifui stream running through the land.' T4jis place adjoins the City of Redlands on the east, and the cheapest on the market. Price, $600 per acre; easy terms. Also, 10 acres of 5-year-old Washington Navels and Mission Olives. Trout pood holding 250,000 gallons. Pressure water and everything complete for $6500. Also, 20 acres within one and one-half miles of the center of Redlands City, ont - half of which is in Washington Navel and seedling orange trees. Several thonear.i strawberry plants, small house and barn. Price, only $360 per acre; or will sen JO acres at the same rate. Also, 20 acres only two miles from center of City of Redlands, nearly all im proved ; about one-half in orange trees 18 years old. Price, $400 per acre. People familiar with the value of orange land will at once see that most of the foregoing is offered for about one-half its present value, the owners being com pelled to sell to protect their holdings. The unimproved orange lands we sell on TEN (10) YEARS' TIME, only re quiring 10 percent cash down, are selling and improving very fast. Buvere take advantage of the long time and low rate of interest, and spend their ready money for trees and buildings. MENTONE LANDS. X— The demand for MEN TONE lands is increasing daily on account of the rapid r/rowth made by the orange trees, the pure water furnished, the superior water Bystem, the fine flavor awl beautiful color of the oranges on account of the high and dry altitude, and the greater quantity of fruit produced on account that there are no heavy winds to destroy the blossoms or young fruit. Montone is conceded to grow the finest olives and strawberry gUavas of any place known. For further particulars, maps, etc., address or call on W. P. McINTOSH, 12-16-im Rooms 6 and 7, No. 144 S. Main street, Los Angeles, Cal. HAPPY NEW YEAR! IS RAPIDLY APPROACHING, Now is the time to buy your return Presents. I* | ASSORTMENT COMPLETE In Gentlemen's Furnishings! -2 PRICES LOW!£- JULIUS M. MARTENS, SUCCESSOR TO EVAN E. EVANS, 12 ,, 3 . 1 M IOG S. SPRING ST. Leading NO. 21 7 Fashion Modistes. South Spring St. Leadefs. m I L hum mi I■■ I I ill in —ill mil ii i Ttiree Specialties in SEALETTE JACKETS. $6.00, $8.00, I $10.00, WORTH WORTH WORTH $10.00. $12.Q0. I $15.00. tJtF~ Open evenings until 9 o'clock, from now to January Ist. TH c: marlpo s a. FOR SALE AX A GREAT SACRIFICE. ANEW 15-ROOM MODERN BUILT HOUSE; CBMBNT WALKS; A VARIETY OF CITRUS and deciduous fruit trees, all in bearing; also, a large variety of choice flowers. Ix>t is well enclosed and contains wood, coal, servants and store rooms. Location, 03 Center street, Pasa dena. The house is convenient to the business center. Call and see It—it has to be sold. A good title will be given. Call on the owner. M. G. DAVENPORT, on the premises. 12 25-thur-sat-tueslm ASK YOUR RETAILER FOR THE S3 SilQfi JAMES MEANS $4 SHOE f " genuine unless stamped /V- jSEEssr \ on the soles, "James /a 'SHfißr I —OK THE— Means' S3 Shoe." A<T lußl*TO A J. MEANS & CO., Ai? JAMES MEANS $3 SHOE ACCORDING TO YOUR NEEDS. JAMES MEANS $4 SHOE is neat and stylish. It fits like a stocking, and REQUIKES NO "IIHEAKING IN," being perfectly easy the first time it Is worn. It will satisfy the most fastidious. JAMES MEA.NH S3 SHOE iB absolutely the onlr shoe of the price that has ever been placed extensively on the market in which durability is considered before mere outward appearance. JAMES MEANS »2 SHOE for Boys, JAMES MEANS FARMER SHOE and JAMES MEA ("I QUARTER EAGLE BOOTS FOR FARMERS are all staple lines that always give satisfaction Boots and Shoes from our celebrated factory are sold by , N . BENJAMIN, (Sole Agent for Los Angeleal BOSTON SHOE STORE. i-l-i2m COB. MAIN AND SECOND, LOS ANGELES. ON ACCOUNT OF RETIRING FROM RETAIL BUSINESS, I WILL SELL MY ENTIRE STOCK OF DIAMONDS, WATCHES ™ JEWELRY! ALSO THE FIXTURES OF MY STORE, 212 NORTH SPRING ST., TEMPLE BLOCK, AT AUCTION! Commencing SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 2 and 7 p. m., AjND CONTINUING UNTIL ALL ABE SOLD. 1 ueso goods are aW first class'; having'purchaeed them tor my retail trade, &«> V«* wlthgrtalcare . FREDERICK LINDE, THOS. B. CLARK/ Auctioneer. .m-i* 5