AN INCOME OF
$2,1 to $5,1
On a net Investment of
Can be secured by the purchase of a
Five-acre Orange Grove from
Out lands are located on the main line
of the S. P. R. R. to San Francisco,
which give to the orchardist shipping
facilities that are of great value.
Is as near perfection as can be expected.
It is simply unsurpassed.
Supply is unlimited, coming from two
sources, viz : from several artesian wells
and a submerged dam ; is carried in iron
and steel pipes over every forty-acre
tract we own.
The soil is a warm, rich, sandy loam,
needing no fertilizer, and especially
adapted to the Orange.
Never before has any company placed
a home, planted with the king of the
semi-tropical fruits, within the reach of
all. The San Fernando Fruit Colony
and Investment Company can and will
sell you from 5 to 40 acres of this choice
land, plant it in ci'.rus or deciduouß
fruits, and care for your orchard till it is
in full bearing condition.
Estimated Cost of an Orange Grove.
One acre of oranges in bearing will
cost * 750 00
First payment 35 00
12 monthly payments of $10 each for
first year 120 00
12 monthly payments of ?7 each for
second year S4 OO
12 monthly payments of $0 each for
third year 72 OO
12 monthly payments of ?l> each for
fourth year 72 00
Total amount paid In at the end of
fourth year I 383 00
Estimated income from crop the
fourth year, placed to credit of pur
chaser ? 100 00
Income from crop the fifth year 200 00
Income from the crop on the sixth
year 250 00
Total amount placed to credit of pur
chaser atend of sixth year $ 933 00
Deducting purchase price $ 750 00
Cash credit due purchaser at end of
sixth year ...» 183 00
Estimated amount of cash paid in I 383 00
Estimated amount of cash rebate 183 00
Making actual cost per acre of bearing
orange grove $ 200 00
An absolute guarantee is given that no pay
ments will be required after the fifth
Many young msn and women, who aie un
able to make an independent purchase, wish
nevertheless to secure an interest in some
income producing property. To those we give
the following solution of the dilliculty: Form
Form clubs of from five to ten holders and
purchase the amount of land you can pay for.
DON'T OVERBUY, AS IT WILL MEAN* SURE
We are now making arrangements to prep ire
and plant the first 40 acres of the tract of 1000
Parties who want to he (Included in the June
planting must apply within the next few days.
On Thursday next we will personally conduct
oursecond regular party over the lands. Ap
plications must be made by Wednesday, 12 m.
Round trip, including drive and dinner, $2.
Address, R. J. WIDNEY, Secretary.
University Bank Building, 317 New High
. THK LOS ANGELES HERALD: THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 14; 1891.
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.
A SIGNAL INCREASE IN THE LIST
The Ciroular Showing the Condition of
tbi Chamber—Other Business of the
In accordance with the motion of Col.
H. Q. Otis, at the last regular meeting
of the chamber of commerce, to the ef
fact that every member of the chamber
be constituted a committee to obtain at
least one new member for that organiza
tion, the acting secretary on Tuesday
last sent to each member a copy of the
Pear Sir : The chamber of commerce
is an institution of which you are a
member, and in whose work you are di
rectly interested. In the two years of
its existence it has accomplished an in-
I calculable amount of good for this sec
tion. Its last achievement—the orange
carnival at Chicago—has made Southern
California the talk of half the continent,
and in time every line of trade and in
vestment will feel a quickening impulse
from this magnificent piece of advertis
As one who has the interests of the
section at heart, you have been gratified
at the accomplishment of such work ; as
a member of the chamber you have un
hesitatingly given your quota toward
carrying it out.
In its efforts to push work of this sort
during the dull times that have pre
vailed in the last two years, the cham
ber has gone a little beyond its depth
and is now fifteen hundred dollars in
For the organization to continue in its
present fields of labor, it is necessary
that this sum should be raised —and
This can be done only through the
united and vigorous action of all its
At a meeting of the chamber held Fri
day, May Bth, it was moved and carried
that every member of the chamber be
appointed a special committee of one to
bring in one new member—more than
one to be acceptable if they could be ob
tained—but one at least to be expected
from each of the 350 members.
The mit iation fees secured by this pro
cess would pay the debt, and the in
creased income would enable the cham
ber to do better work and keep out of
The city of Los Angeles certainly con
tains 700 enterprising, public-spirited
men. It should be the duty of the 350
existing members to find out the other
350 and see that their names go down on
It is expected that the work will for
the most part be accomplished during
the next two weeks. All the names
should be in before the next regular
meeting of the chamber.
The auestion has been asked : Will a
subscription of $5 be accepted in lieu of
the desired member? The chamber will
be more benefited by new members, but
at the meeting it was decided that sub
scriptions would be very acceptable in
their stead if they cannot be secured.
You will find enclosed two application
blanks, a list of the members up to the
last regular meeting, and a circular ex
plaining thework of the chamber. At
the next meeting a general report of the
results of the undertaking will be pre
pared and made public.
The special committee appointed to
solicit members has sent in another list
since the one recently published in the
Herald. It is as follows :
Geo. W. Burton and A. G. Eisfeller, of
"California," Enoch Pepper,
R. F. Del Valle, Seward Cole,
Los Angeles Pressed Brick and Terra
Cotta company, by L. F. Miller, man
ager; J. A. Henderson,
W. E. Beeson, Chas. Bauer,
C. A. Coffman. Ri- Joseph F. Dye, Ven
Eckstrom & Stras- Graff & Lotham,
burg, Joseph Gilbert,
C. H. Hance, Harris & Frank,
Lazarus & Melzer, E. L. Mayberry,
T. D. Mott, Jr., Pacific Truck Co.,
Geo. S. Patton, San J. E. Pleasants,
Gabriel, Santa Ana,
Conrad Scheerer, Joe P. Taggart,
Frank Walker, James Grant.
The committee desires to work unit
edly, and as several members of it were
obliged to attend to private business,
work was suspended for the past two
days. They will go to work again today
and another large list will doubtless be
Arrangements are about completed for
the reception to be given to the orange
carnival delegates at the chamber of
commerce rooms, on Saturday night.
The alfair will begin at 0:30, and will
comprise an informal social time, a ban
quet, music, toasts and speeches by
prominent citizens. Members of the
chamber and their friends will partici
pate in the reception, and a right royal
good time is anticipated. The acting
secretary has the tickets at his office,
which will be sold at $1 each.
Six capitalists from Chicago have
already arrived in Los Angeles as the
direct result of the orange carnival, and
are now engaged in eearching for eligible
orange land to purchase. It is under
stood that two others have already
made large purchases of good land and
are busy making arrangemtnls for set
ting out trees at the proper time.
In response to numerous inquiries as
to whether any attempt was made to
keep a register" or list of those making
inquiries about Southern California at
the orange carnival, Superintendent
Frank Wiggins replies in the negative.
The orange carnival was not an adver
tising scheme in any sense, only so far
as it advertised the country itself, and
it was regarded as impolitic to keep any
such list, in view of the many calls that
would be made for it by real estate men
and those having private schemes to
A Large Party of Easterners Arrive
3|The following named comprised a
Phillips excursion party which arrived
C. E. Phillipps, D. Harris, J. Harris,
Decatur, 111.; Mr. Alden, Mrs. Alden,
Lottie Alden, Boston; Lizzie Gilford,
Mrs. H. Buncher, Waltham, Mass.; Mr.
Weill, Mrs. Weill, Providence, R. I.;
Mr. Allen, Mrs. Allen, Mrs. Patchen,
Sprineneld, Mass.; F. Bone. Mrs. Bone,
Lafayette, Ind.; Maude Mathewson,
Londonville, Vt.; J. Bradley, Hamil
ton, Out.; Mr. McAuley, Boston ; L. E.
Wilson, C. N. Sawyer, A. J. Boynton,
F. P. Morrill, Chicago; M. E. Le Mart,
Pueblo, Col.; Mr. Hawkins, Providence,
R. I.; Mr. Dunbar. Mrs. Staples, C. C.
Drew, Mrs. Drew, O. Ellingsworth, Mrs.
Ellingsworth, Miss Jennie Ellingsworth,
Mr.Dwelly,Marion Chace.E.A. Magon.C.
Halsey, H. T. Farnsworth, Boston;
Mrs. Bryson, Montreal; Misses McDon
ald, Providence; H. Kennedy, Lawrence,
Mass.; Walter Cook, Mrs. Cook, Mrs.
A..Smith, Danville, Vt.; Q. T. Turner,
Miss Turner, Chicago; Mrs. J. E. Kel
ler, Anderson, Ind.; A. N. McLean.Mr
Schortemier, Indianapolis; Dr. Kellogg
Paris, France; Mr. Goodrich, Indianap
oh8 J ; i' TV Sanbor ». Mrs. Sanborn, Con
cord, N. H.; Mr. Cook and family, At
lanta, Ga.; Miss M. Moore, Mrs. H.
Stevenson, Chicago; M. J. Driscoll.J.
J.Gallagher, Boston; C. W. Colburn,
Chicago; Mary Bolin, Pearl, 111.; Mias
Endicott, Miss Rockenfelds, Indianapo
hs; Mr. Williams, Mrs. Williams,
Springfield, Mass.: Mrs. Kerr, Denver;
G. H. Field, Boston; M. ('. Walton,
Springfield; Mrs. A. B. Carlton, Chi
cago; Ada French, Bloomington, III.;
Miss M. A. Harper, Kansas City ; B. M.
Maxeon, Chicago; Mrs. Henderson,
Miss Nellie Ashdown, of this city, and
Edward G. Norton of Sierra Mad re, were
married last evening at the home of the
bride's parents, the Rev. Dr. E. L. Con
gar performing the ceremony. Mr. and
Mrs. Norton were afterward driven to
their new home at Sierra Madre.
Memorial day will be observed in Pas
The lecture by the Rev. Dr. Pullman,
at the Universalist church Tuesday
evening, was undoubtedly a tnore elo
quent and inspiring one than has ever
before been delivered in Pasadena. It
is probable Dr. Pullman will return to
Pasadena early in June, to be present at
the Universalist state convention.
Mr. Robert Evans of Oshkosh, Wis.,
is expected in Pasadena today. Mr.
Evans, who weds Miss Mabel Viall
Wednesday next, is a prominent bank
cashier of Oshkosh and a most estima
ble young man.
A. F. M. Strong, president of the Y.
M. C. A,, left yesterday for an extended
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Harding, who
have been spending some time in Los
Angeles and vicinity since the closing of
the Raymond, will leave for the north
Shenandoah will be well attended by
Pasadenians, this week.
At the annual meeting of the Univer
salist parish, yesterday afternoon, the
lull amount of the church debt, $1800,
was raised, and a surplus of $160. The
church is indeed to be congratulated, as
it is now in possession of a $60,000 edi
fice, free of debt, and has for its pastor
one of the most intelligent and popular
pastors : n the city.
We are in receipt of extensive articles
on The Los Angeles Citrus Fair, Santa
Barbara, Pasadena and Her Surround
ings, from the pen of Tude Hartsuff
Kuhns, who is an eloquent writer, and
an ardent lover of nature. Mrj. Kuhns,
who has been much in Pasadena during
a year and a half sojourn in Southern
California, leaves next week for her
home in Pennsylvania, greatly im
proved in health.
FROM SLEEP TO DEATH.
Unexpected Ending tv the Life of a Mich
Congressman Melbourne H. Ford, who
was recently stricken with apoplexy and
was found dead in
bed, was one of the
bright young men
of Michigan. He
lived at Grand
liapids, and bad
just been re-elect
ed to congress in a
district which de
feated him in the
by a majority as
large as the Demo
cratic one which
elected him this
time. He was born
lit Saline, Mich.,
in 1849, and enlist
ed at the Brooklyn navy yard when four
teen years old as a boy seaman. He was
assigned to a place on the frigate Sabine,
which was sent to Fortress Monroe.
The war ending he sailed in European
waters upon the Colorado, the flagship of
the Mediterranean fleet. He later entered
the Naval academy at Annapolis, but sick
ness compelled him to leave the service.
He was the youngest member of the G. A.
R. in Michigan. He studied law after he
left the navy and drifted into politics. He
was elected to congress in 1886, and made a
record as a member of the committee on
immigration. He had also served in the
legislature and was the author of "Ford's
Analysis." He was mentioned as a
Democratic gubernatorial candidate last
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Truth Mighty! Right
Dr. Liebig & Co., San Francisco's Old
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licensed, whose unskillful treatment is caus
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in Southern California Dr. Liebig <£ Co., Ban
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and surgeons, have opened permanent offices
at 123 South Main street, I.os Angeles,- Cal
Dr. Liebig <fc Co., propri-tors of the Liebig
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T 08 ANGELES AND PACIFIC RAILWAY
\j Company.—Location and principal place
of business, Los Angeles city, California. There
is delinquent upon the following described
stock, on account of assessment levied Febru
ary 27,1891, the several amounts set opposite
the names of the respective shareholders, as
CERTIFI- NO. OF
SUBSCRIBERS. GATE NO. 811 iRF.S. AMOUNT
• ( 24 100 1200.00
A. Gayford > 25 100 200.00
( 26 100 200.00
C Cole 260 50 100.00
h p- Rees ) 34 50 100.00
T.Bennington » 82 20 40.00
C. B. Woodhead .... 250 7 14.00
Jennie L. Wicks ... 248 300 600 00
M. L. Wicks 257 50 100 00
And in accordance with law and an order oi
the Board of Directors, made on the 31st day of
March, 1891, so many shares of each parcel of
said stock as may be necessary will be sold at
No 200 N. Los Angeles Btreet, Los Angeles city,
on the 20th day of April, 1891, at 11 a m. of
said day, to pay delinquent assessments there
on, together with costs of advertising and ex
pense of sale. _
P 4.4-td F. E FRANTZ, Secy.
At a meeting of the Board of Directors, held
on the 20th day of April, 1891, it was resolved
that the above advertised sale of stock be post
poned to Wednesday. May 20, 1891
4-21td F. E. FRANZ, Secretary.
PIONEER TRUCK CO.
(Successors to McLain & Lehman,)
PROPRIETORS OF THK
Pioneer Truck & Transfer Co.
Piano and Safe Moving a Specialty. ,
Telephone 137 8 Market St. Los Angeles'Cal
DISCOUNT SALE OF
COMMENCING MONDAY, MAY iith.
7c Wall Paper reduced to 4 i-2c
ioc White Blanks reduced to 7c
25c Gilt Paper reduced to IOC
Elegant Gilt Paper I sc, 20c, 25c
Elegant Embossed Gilt Paper 20c, 25c, 30c
Ingrain Papers *5 C
Hand Goods and Leathers reduced 25 per cent.
ITDON'T FORGET THE PLACEItI
W. B. STEWART'S,
v 238 SOUTH SPRING STREET.
NEXT 10 DAYS!
-SWILL SELL YOU S—
A Nobby $25.00 Spring Suit for - $20.00
- A Stylish $20.00 Spring Overcoat for. 15-00
A Plain Corkscrew $8.00 Pants for &50
A Pair of Fancy Striper* Worsted $7.50 Pants for 600
And all other goods at same discount.
Dof" r v ciriernber-For IO Days Only f
CALL AND SEE THEM AT
117 SOUTH SPRING STREET,.
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
There is an Opportunity
That Occurs Once in a Lifetime
TO EVERY MAN AND WOMAN !
That once lost can never be regained. It may mean re
newed health, prolonged life and happiness.
IT MAY MEAN INCREASED WEALTH!
THIS MAY BE YOUR OPPORTUNITY,
For one or both of the above blessings, to be procured by mak
ing a purchase of
ALESSANDRO, LAND !
AT $100 PER ACRE.
• The Best Unimproved Orange Land
In Southern California, in one of Nature's most lovely valleys,
lying between Redlands and Riverside, with soil fully equal'to
either, where there are no rocks or brush, and requires very little
grading; where nearly 9000 acres are already sold, mostly to
settlers; where hundreds of families are now living in their own
houses, and are today planting Oranges, Peaches, Prunes, Plums,
and Apricots and Raisin Grapes; where WATER is on the tract,
and is being delivered at the highest corner of every 10-acre lot
as rapidly as men and money can do it.
WHERE IN FOUR YEARS' TIME
You will see a duplicate of what REDLANDS is today; where the
ten acres you buy now at $100 per acre, will "improved," be worth
from $1000 to $2000 per acre. Where else can you in four years'
time get like results, renewed health and increased wealth ?
-8 NOW IS THE TIME fc—
, AN D
Alessandro is the Place!
Since the sale of town lots at Moreno, April 29th, where 2000
people, many of them strangers, who saw Alessandro and its at
tractions for the first time, our sales have been large. Our ex
hibit at the Chicago Orange Festival has also had its effect.
Letters of inquiry are pouring in upon us from all quarters, re
garding the promised land.
PRICES WILL SOON BE ADVANCED!
Moreno Town lis Have Been Marked Up 25 Per Cent.
AGAIN WE SAY
Today is Your Opportunity.
For further Particulars Call on or Address,
Manager Land Department, Bear Valley Irrigation Company
Corner Cajon street and Citrus avenue, Redlands, Cal.
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
SAN BERNARDINO AND EASTERN RAlL
way company—The annual meeting of the
stockholders of the San Bernardino and Kast
ern Railway company will be held at the office
of the company, in the city of Los Angeles, on
Thursday, May 14,1891, at 11 o'clock a.m., to
elect a board ol directors for the ensuing year,
and to transact such other business as may
properly come before the meeting.
FRANK H. PATTEK, Assistant Secretary.
Los Angeles, Cal., April 28,1891. 4-28 td
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA RAILWAY CoM
pany—The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Southern California Railway
Company will be held at the office of the com
pany, In the city of Los Angeles, on Thursday,
May 14,1891, at 10 o'clook a.m., to elect a
board of directors for the ensuing year, and to
transact such other business as may properly
i some before the meeting.
FRANK H. PATTEK, Assistant Secretary.
1,08 Angeles. Cal., April 28,1891, 4-28 td
"WOODWORTH COMMERCIAL CO.,
Incorporated March 7th, 1891 Wholesale and
Retail Dealers in
Santa Cruz and Tehachapi Lime,
Cement, Plaster, Hair, Fire Briok, Fire Clay,
Lath and General Building Material,
SO9 N. LOS ANOKI.KB STKKKT.
Telephone 183, P. O. Box 43, Station C. .
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