Superintendent Wilder Like
ly to Lose His Place.
President Huntington and His
Ideas About Employees.
The San Francisco Traffic Associa
tion Well Organized.
Southern P_olflo Bmpl»»»«i Mutt Not
Have Other Builneu En
A. D. Wilder, known to the men who
work under hiß direction as the "Czar,"
ib to be deposed from hia position as
division superintendent of one of the
most important sections of the Southern
Pacific system. With one stroke of that
long, strong decapitating arm which
reaches across the continent from New
York, Mr. Wilder is to be reduced to
ranks, according to the San Francisco
The proprietorship of a soda water
factory is what remains to him from
many years' service with a corporation.
The soda water factory is part and
parcel of the charges against Mr. Wilder,
the "exhibit A," so to speak, in the case
which President Huntington has made
out against him and which will cause
hia chair in tbe big ferry building on
the Oakland mole to miaß him.
President Huntington'a choicest
axiom, the first thesis in his railroad
philosophy, ia that "no man can serve
two masters." Mr. Huntington holda
very positive ideas about railroad em
ployees and politics, but the two mas
ters and one man proposition ia par
excellence hia pet.
The president, who ia taking a re
markable pergonal interest in his men,
has discovered the existence of Mr. Wil
der's soda-pop enterprise and Mr. Wil
der is expecting to hear something from
There are other complaints against
Mr. Wilder. There have been four acci
dents in the Oakland yard within a
month. A week ago the Berkcly train
bumped into the Oakland local. An in
vestigation showed that the men who
run the dynamos for the yard had cut
off tbe lights to oil the machinery, and
there were no switch signals. That was
one of the superintendent's orders.
Every shake up in the Oakland yard
disturbs the president in New York.
When they had become as frequent as
tbe Japanese earthquakes the superin
tendent wan summoned to New York.
There he received the first intimation of
what might happen to him if the soda
water business got better.
THE TRAFFIC ASSOCIATION.
The executive committee of tbe Traffic
association has engaged headquarters at
14 Sansom street, says the Call. For the
present two rooms will serve the pur
pose, and these are located over the
Wells-Fargo bank building, command
ing a good view of Sutter and Market
J. M. Leeds will take possession to
day. It is understood that one of the
first matters for consideration by the
association is the question of local
freights. Data concerning this subject
will be collected as rapidly as possible,
and then the state railway commission
will be asked to order a reduction.
A committee of the state board of
trade has requested and interview with
the Traffic association, which will prob
ably be held today. Thiß is pursuant to
the recent action of the state board of
trade in referring to the committee the
resolution of Tyler Beach endorsing the
Traffic association, and offering to that
organization its co-operation and assist
ance. The members of the committee
desire to ascertain just what the Traffic
association is, and what organized for,
before reporting favorably on the reso
lution. And thia is what they seek to
ascertain in their interview.
The committee consists of J. A. Mor
rissey, of Stockton ; J. S. Emery of Oak
land, and A. A Ilibbard, of Butte. It
was generally understood that the meet
ings of the two committees would be
held at 1! o'clock yesterday morning, and
all three gentlemen named were in
town at that hour. But owing to some
hitch President Stetson had not been
notified, and tbe meeting bad to be
Special Agent Kretschmar.of the inter
state commerce commission, is in Omaha.
He will soon come to California.
Assistant General Superintendent
Pratt, of the Southern Pacific, has re
ceived a telegram from Division Super
intendent Whited, denying tbe story of
an attemped train robbery near Pixley
on last Saturday evening.
Alex E. Marchand, of the Baltimore
and Ohio, is about to retire from .the
San Francisco passenger agency of tAiat
road. He will open an agency of the
American Ticket-brokers' association in
conjunction with M. R. Damn of Los
The Order of Railway Telegraphers
has sent a circular to all operators here
calling on them to stand by tbe princi
ples of the organization. It remarks
tbat the Southern Pacific is about to
make every operator in its employ make
affidavit not to support the order.
R. J. Duncan has resigned as general
superintendent of the Union Pacific, the
resignation to take effect on December
Ist. He will be succeeded by W. S.
Deuel, of the Denver and Rio Grande.
Deuel and Manager Dickenson, of the
TJnion Pacific, were bratemen together
The statistician of the interstate com
merce commission calculates that dur
ing the year ending July of this year,
1802 railroad employees were killed and
20,028 injured. Of these 167 were killed
and 820 injured in collisions, and 24
killed and 45 injured on highway cross
ings. Of the killed 1179 were trainmen,
229 either switchmen, flagmen or watch
men, and 564 other employees. Ten per
cent of tbe railroad employees of Amer
ica were injured. It is a rather desper
Don't despond, If there is anything that is
calculated to test the composition of a person
it is an insidious cough, tbe forernnner of con
sumption, the most fatal of human afflictions.
I had a bad cough, took Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup and was relieved. Capt. Wm. Harcourt.
Baltimore. Md., Postoffice.
ASK LIVERY MEN about the durability of
The Btntracht, 103 N. Spring Btreet,
Is the place to get the Anheuser-Busch St.
Louis Beer on draught Ring up telephone
407 or 310 for the celebrated bottled beer.
Sett and cheapest In market
THE LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 27, 1601.
HOFF STREET OPENING.
An East Side Petition Which Should
The opening and extension of the
atreet 'in East Eos Angeles known as
Hott' street, from'ita point of intersection
with Paaadena avenue to Griffin avenue,
ia a much needed improvement, and it
is to be hoped that the work will be
done at once. The electric railway, by
changing ita route aa proposed to the
atreet in queation, in caae it ia opened,
and continuing on two blocka north of
Downey avenue, aa far east as Johnson
atreet, inatead of crossing over Downey
avenue down at Truman, would strike a
thickly aettled territory in the northern
part of the Eaat Side not heretofore well
aupplied with atreet railway facilities;
whereaa, by the old route in the lower
partofthetown.it would be between
two atreet car lines and only a short
block from tbe cable line, where there
would be much leisa bueineas for them.
The Eaat Side people are very anxious
to have the street opened, and a peti
tion will be presented to the council
asking that it be done. Thia haa been
signed by the property-owners moat in
terested," aa the following copy shows:
To the Honorable the City Council:
The undersigned respectfully petition
your honorable body to proceed under
the law to open and coutir.ue the street
heretofore known aa Hoif atreet, now the
weatern portion of Pasadena avenue, in
an eaaterly direction from its point of
intersection with Daly atreet to a point
on North Griffin avenue about 350 feet
from Patrick atreet.
We are informed these proceedings
were commenced by the last council, and
that a map of the above proposed exten
sion is now on file in the office of the
W. Wright, M. D. Johnson, Mrs. John
Homer, F. E. Prior, George Staples, J.
V. Wachtel, William McEmen, George
8. Safford, J. P. Reave, 1,.M. Brown, M.
R. J. Bandly, S. G. Moore, M. C. Ford,
George E. Ropes, C. W. Hammond, J.
F. Brossart, C. V. Gordon, J. Wilde,
George A. Grimes, P. F. Ebert, E. T.
Shoemaker, William C. (irifiin, M. M.
Entler, W. D. Mitchell, E. P. Whitnev.
L. W. Mitchell, M. J. Greeuman, D. E.
Thompson, E. K. Boal, A. N. Frary, R.
J. Lunt, H. Kennedy, William P. Tur
ner, Newell Matthews, I. Wickersham,
Robert Sharp, Robert McGarvin, J. E.
Horton, Sherman Smith, J. H. Phillips,
F.J. Palomares, 11. J. Crawford, A. W.
Shumway, Mrs. C. Norton, A. C. Doo
little, Charles L. Eager, M. S. Sumner,
Dr. G. W. Henderson, John Roger, S.
A. Henderson, H. L. McKee, Mrs. H.
H. Matteeon, Wm. Frankheuser, Mrs.
J. M. Acker, E. Maxey, J. S. Bruner, L.
U. Gray, J. S. Phillips, Mrs. E. Can
field, Ed. Saunders, B. F. Manughan,
Wm. H. Niemeyer, I. T. Ford, John
Lowe, J. E. Cashman, H. F. Carpenter,
J. G. Whittaker, H. Whittaker, W. A.
Ryan, J. Embody, J. Q. Adamson, J.
Shultis, L. T. Garnsey, D. J. Shultis,
J. Burnwood, Nolan & Smith, J. Lowe,
J. W. Forsyth, D. B. Horton, S. E.
Jacobus, Elmira Hall, Eduljee Sorabjee,
C. H. Langbin.
Peace on Earth
Ib not the boon vouchsafed to the chronic, ner
vous invalid. Slight noises startle him, odd
and unexpected sensations perplex him. He
neither sleeps soundly nor cats heartily, he is
almost invariably troubled witb dyspepsia.
What should be do? Begin and pursue syste
matically a course ot Hostetter's Stomach Bit
ters. With digestion fortified and food asiimt
la ted. strength returns, the nerves grow tranquil
and the zest of life returns. A blessed eon sum
mation indeed, and not only effectually, but
pleasantly "Wrought by the Bitters. Biliousness,
malaria, rheumatism, kidney complaint are
also prevented and cured by this sovereign reg
ulating medicine. Try it atonce if your nerves
are out of order, and if their weakness is per
petuated by the existence of disease. A superb
appetizer and promoter of sound repose.
Quick time and low rates eastward.
Only 3 days and 20 hours, Los Angeles
to Chicago by the Santa Fe route. Time
reduced to all eastern points. Pullman
drawing room and tourist sleeping cars
daily. Special tourist car excursions to
Boston and intermediate points weekly.
Santa F6 excursion conductors accom
pany passengers through. No extra
charge lor attendance. Particular at
tention given to west-bound passengers,
tourists, coloniets and settleis. Tickets
from all points in the east and Europe
on application to Santa F6 ticket office,
110 North Spring street ana at First
street station, Los Angeles.
Oh, What au Awful Breath •
There is nothing more healthful than oclons.
The trouble is that persons Rrc al aid to eat
them because they make the breath nn fragrant.
But there is a less fragrant breath than that
freighted with oulon. We mean the braeth of
a person witb a fonl stomach. Take him away!
we inwardly cry when he whispers in ottr ear.
Do sec that sour breath is pure. Taken feu
Brandreth's fills and regulate your liver,
stomach and bowels and your breath will be
Eckert & Hopf, of Santa Monica,
Have taken charge of the Cafe Koyal, at 220 S.
Spring street; and will serve fresh razor clams,
mussels, flsh and game daily direct from Santa
Gorgonzola Sage and English Dairy
At H. Jevne's 136 and 138 N. Spring.
Try Wesner for anythli g In the line of fine
photos. 127 West First street.
WHEN IT COMBS to carrying the finest and
choicest groceries, W. Chamberlain & Co. take
the lead. 213 South Broadway.
At H. Jevne's.
Use German family soap.
A Reputation Gained by Justice and
I desire the public to know that not at any
time have I entered the MEAT POOL.
First quality of meats of all kinds, both fresh
and salted, Including sausages, at bedrock
Roast Beef 7c to lOclLamb'Chops 10c
Roast Pork lOdßolled Beef... .4c to 6c
Roast Veal lOclOorned Beef 00
Roast Mutton, legs OUc Salted Pork, sugar
Steaks 7c to 10c cured 10c
Cutlets ... .10c to 12Uc Leaf Lard 10c
Pork Chops 10c Leaf Lard cooked in
Mutton Chops Ocl cans 100
Ham, Bacon and all kinds of prime cuts of
meats retail at wholesale prices.
Delivered free of charge lv any part of the
•city. K. LEVY",
202 AND 204 E. FIRST ST., LOS ANGELES.
... Fine Gold Fillings,
t'lKs&vL* 1SS&& All operations paln
iSs^' 1 ' W - less.
J j!]2lsrt F SET TEETH, »8.00.
1 *I i H IY;i 107 N. SPRING ST.
Batter Iron Works
950 to 066 BDENA VISTA BT, .
LOS ANQELES, OAL..,
Adjoining the Southern PactAe Grounds. Tele
phone UM. 7-31 tf
NO FUSEL OIL
THIS PURE MEDICINAL WHISKEY
I* the best remedy for Cough*, Cold*
Chills. Malaria, Asthma, Bronchitis, anil
PNEUMONIA. It relieves
of the troubles Incident to their sex. To
It is the greatest boon, aa It relieves that
weary feeling mn annoying to the business
man. DufTy's Pure Malt Wli'skey can be
obtained from your druggist or your
grocer. Insist on having It. Take no j
substitute, as It ia the ONLY PI UK
Send for book.
THE DUFFY MALT WHISKEY CO ,
Hoehester, N. T.
Skating—lo to 12 a.m : 2 to 5 and 7:30 to
10 p.m (Sundays excepted). Saturday night,
7:30 to 11 p.m.
Private Bicycle Lessons to ladies or gents.
Skating matinee this Thursday afternoon.
Prize egg races by girls; prize foot races by
boys. Exhibitions of fancy and fast skating
and a blindfold trapez« performance.
A grand Masqukkads Ball and Skating
Carnival takes place (postponed from Nov. 21
to) Thanksgiving Eve, Nov. 20. 20 handsome
awards distributed. Maskers' tickets, 60c. Ad
mission, first floor, 25c; gallery, 15c.
Decorum rigidly enforced. 10,000 feet best
maple floor. 2000 strap, club and the Famoos
Ball Beauino Skates, the equalizers of roller
to ice skating. School girls skate free alter
noons (Saturdays excepted), parents and teach
ers approving. ,
PACIFIC COAST SKATING CO.,
11-1 lm J. h Waiton, Manager.
a NEW HAM MAM BATH
230 S. Main Street.
For colds or coughs; for rheumatism; for
malaria; for cleanliness: for health
TAKE TURKISH BATHS.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
W f FOX JP \|T PAT. V
AD. FRESE & CO.,
Manufacturers of aud dealers in Microscopes,
Telescopes, Barometer*, Thermometers, Corn
pastes Opera and Field Glasses, Surgical,
Electrical, Mathematical, Engineering and all
other Scientific Instruments.
Agents of the Fox Eye-Glass and Patent Ex
tension Springs. Warranted flr>t-clas« fitting.
Eyes tested free of charge 11-27 lm
ff KIRSTEIN Jfl W\ SPRING. 1
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF LOS A.VUE-
Ies county, State of California.
Wm. M. Burr, plaintiff, vs. F.'elJs Emery
Action brouiht in the Superior Court of Los
Angeles couuty. State of California, and the
complaint filed in said county of Los Angeles,
iv the office of the clerk of said Superior Court.
Tho people of the State of California send
greetiug to Fields Emery McMillan, defend
You are hereby required to appear in an
action brought against you by the above named
plaintiff in tho Superior Court of the county
of Los Angeles, State of California, and
to answer the complaint tiled therein,
within ten days (exclusive of the day of
service), after the service on you of this sum
110ns, if served within tbis county; or, if
served elsewhere, within thirty days, or judg
ment by default will be taken against you ac
cording to the prayer of said compluint.
The said action<s brought to obtain a decree
of this court for the foreclosure of 11 mortgage
described in the said complaint, and executed
by John McMillan on the 28th day of Jane, A,
I). 1880, to secure the payment of his certain
promissory note of that date for the turn of
?f>oo and interest thereon at the rate of 13 per
cent per anuum, payable semi-annually, that
the premises conveyed by said mortgage may
be sold, and the proceeds applied to tt.e pay
ment of said promissory note and a reasonable
attorney's fee to be fixed by the court, and
costs of suit, and in case such proceeds are not
sufllcient to pay the same, then to obtain an
execution against said defendant f»r the bal
ance remaining due, and also that the defend
ant, and all persons claiming by, through or
under him, may be barred and foreclosed of all
right, title, claim, lien, equity of redemption
and intetest iv and to said mortgaged prem
ises, and for other and further relief. Refer
ence is had to complaint for particulars.
And you are hereby notified that if you fa'l
to appear and answer the said complaint us
above required, the said olaintiff will apply to
the court for the relief demanded in the said
Given under my hand and the seal of the
Superior Court of the county of Los Angeles,
State of California, tbis 18th day of November,
iv the year of our Lord one thousand eight
hundred and ninety.
I seal I T. H. WARD, Clerk.
■By J. B. Fanning, Deputy.
Endorsed: Jones & Carlelon, Attorneys for
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE.
11 F. SPENCE, PLAINTIFF, VS HANNAH
ii. C. Pile, executrix of the estate of William
A Pile, deceased, defendant.
Sheriff's sale, No. 14,984.
Order of Bale.
Under and by virtue of an order of sale arnfl
decree issued out of the Superior Court of the
county of Los Angelea, of the State of Califor
nia, on the 27th day of October, A. I). 1891,
in the above entitled action, which said decree
was, on the 23d day of October, A. D. 1891, re
corded in judgment book 33 of said court, at
page 19,1 am commanded to sell all those cer
tain lots, pieces or parcels of land situate, lying
and being In the said county of Los Angeles,
State of California, and bounded and described
Being lots two(2) to seven (7) inclusive; ten
(10) to fifteen (15) inclusive: eighteen U8) to
twenty-one (21) Inclusive; twenty-three (23),
twenty-six (2B) to thirty-one (31) inclusive:
forty-two (42) to forty-seven (47) Inclusive;
fifty (50) to fifty-five (55) inclusive, fifty-eight
(58). fifty-nine (69), sixty (nO). sixty-two t(>2),
sixty-three (63). Blxty-seven (137), seventy (70),
seventy-one (71), seventy-three (73) and
seventy-four (74), in block A. Lots Nos three
(3), stx (6), twelve (12), thirteen (13), twenty
one (21), twenty-three (23) to forty-three (43)
inclnsive; forty-six (46) to fifty-two (52) in
clusive; fifty-four (54) to flftv-eight (58) in
clusive; sixty (60) to sixty-live' (65) inclusive;
seventy-four (74) to seventy-seven (77) in
clusive, in block B, all in Reefer's Ocean View
tract, being a subdivision of lots seventy-four
(74) to seventy-five (75), S»nta Anita tract,
Santa Anita Rancho, cit} of Monrovia, in ac
cordance with the map of said tract recorded
in book 19 miscellaneous records, page 1,
records of Los Angelea conn l y.
Public notice is hereby given, that on Wednes
day, the. 25bh day of November. A. D. 18*1,
at 12 o'clock m. of that day, In front of the
courthouse door of the county of Los Angeles,
Broadway entrance, I will, In obedience to said
order of sale and decree, sell all and singular
tbe above described property to the highest
and best bidder, for cash, gold coin.
Dated thia 31st day of October, 1891.
E. D. GIBSON,
Sheriff of Los Angeles County.
By F. C. Hannov, Deputy sheriff.
John D. Blcknell, attorney for plaintiff,
Tbe above sale is hereby postponed until
Wednesday, December 2,1891.
By order ol plaintiff's attorney.
K. D. GIBSON, Sheriff
Br F. C. Hahxon, Deputy. 11-27 It
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ATHLETIC * CLUB !
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DECEMBER 7th, Bth, 9lh, 10th and 11th,
. . FOR
A * PURSE * OF * $700 !
GERMAN, FRENCH, AMERICAN, SPANISH,
IRISH, and the POLICE DEPARTMENT
Teams, of 10 men each,
ADMISSION-50c and 25c: no extra charge
for reserved seats.
Doors open at 7:30; exhibition commences
at 8 :15 o'clock.
NEW LOS ANGELES THEATER.
H G. Wyatt. Manager.
4—FOUR NIGHTS ONLY—4
Commencing Thursday (Thanksgiving Night),
MR. MeKEE RANKIN, j
Assisted by his talented young daughter,
MISS PHYLLIS RANKIN
And a carefully selected company.
Thursday and Friday Evenings) f ANnrif I
and Saturday Matinee. I 1
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY EVENINGS,
The Latest Eastern Success,
THE RUNAWAY WIFE I
POPULAR PRICES— ,1. 75c, 50c , 25c.
Q.RAND OPERA HOUSE.
SATURDAY' EVENING, NOVEMBER 28TH,
Only appearance in Los Angeles of
i -3 GEORGE KENNAN! \$- ■
The distinguished traveler, writer and lecturer.
The Russian Exile System !
General Admission ? 1.00
Reserved Seats 25c extra
Can be secured at box office of Opera House
on and after Friday, November 27th, at 10 a.m.
"EW~LOS ANGBLEB THEATER.
H. C. Wyatt, Manager.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY', DEC. 4th and sth
' ALFRED WILKIE'S
j OPERETTA COMPANY!
Miss Carrie M. Roma, prima donua, Miss May
B, Thorue, contralto; Mr. Alfred Wilkie. tenor;
Mr. Jerome P.Porter, bass; Si g. L. Martinez,
pianist and musical director.
In the charming Operettas,
THE SLEEPING QUEEN Balfe
WIDOWS BEWITCHED Virginia Gabrial
Brilliant music! Sparkling Dialogue!
Songs! Duets! Trios! quartets, etc.
Popular Prices—?l.Uo. 75c, 50c and 25c.
JjVRST PBE3BYTERIAN CHURCH,
Corner Becond and Broadway.
FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 27, 1891.
-* LECT UR E ! is— :
RKV. ROBERT McKENZIE. D. i>.,
Of San Francisco.
"CAMPING IN CANAAN!"
Tickets. 50c; to be had at Day & Fisher's
Friday Evekinu. Nov. 27, 1891.
at 8 o'clock,
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-3JACOB * M ULLE R X—
The World Famous Baritone, assisted by
the following artists:
Miss Ellen Beach Yaw, the eminent soprano.
Mine. Melaule Masac, the well known pianist.
Mr. Albert Hawthorne, the popular basso.
Mr. Bert Blerlich, cello virtuoso,
prof. A. Willhartitz, accornpagnateur.
Tickets, (1; reserved seats without charge.
Box sheet open at Brown's music store, 111 N.
Spring St., Wednesdiy, Nov 25th and Friday,
Nov. 27 th, lrom 10 a. m to 5 p.m.
Y. M. C. A. Building, nr. Second and Broadway
FRIBAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 27TH,
i DRAMATIC RECITAL
MR. AND MRS. HENRY LUDLAM,
MISS KATHERINE KIMBALL
MR LUDOMIR TOMASZEWICZ.
FIRST OF A SERIES OF FOUR.
i Tickets for the course $1 50
Single Admission 50
THE ONLY FAMILY RESORT
114 and 116 Court street,
Opposite the old Courthouse, i. Kebkow, Prof
FREE ENTERTAINMENT AND CONCERT
Every night, and Matinee on Wednes
day from 1 to 3 p.m.
Family Entrance. Family Department.
First appearand in Los Angeles of the
Talented Artist, MISS HAY ADAMS.
The famous north's TjirtiM' Orchestra; Miss
Marguerite Berth, Directress.
PROF. PAYNE'S ACADEMY*, COR. BROAD
way and Sixth.
ASSEMBLIES EVERY TUESDAY EVENING.
ORGANIZING OF CLASSES
Advance Ladles and Gentlemen—Monday
evening, November 30. Classes now formed.
Cut this out
CLIFFSIDE * NURSERY!!
EAST HIGHLANDS, CAL.
85,000 ORANGE AND LEMON TREES!
Grown in a location free from frost and absolutely Free from Insect Pests. One
year-old buds, true to name, grown on four-year-old Toots. These trees will bear
the closest inspection and are hii?h grade in every reepect.
Our variety consists of Seedlings, Mediterranean Sweets, Malta Bloods, Saint
Michaels. Washington Navels, Lisbon Lemons.
The Santa Fe Belt Line Railroad has a depot at crossing of Base Line, near
the Nursery. Address
11-3 im Messina, San Bernardino Co., California.
Workt, 571, 673 Bid 575 North Itin Street TelephcM No. 4«
MAIN OFFICE, UNDEB LOS ANGELES NATIONAL BANK, FIRST AND SPRING STREETS
AGNES BOOTH ~
4-22 NORXH MAIN ST. Sjf^'^T^f'
Orange Land !
$ioo per acre!
j 5 miles north of Riverside!
14 miles west of San Bernardino!
On the main lines of the Southern Pacific and Santa
Soil —Rich sand loam and disintegrated granite!
Altitude —1300 feet above sea level, and 400 feet above
PLENTY OF WATER!
The home of the Orange and Lemon. Unexcelled "for
deciduous fruits, vegetables and berries!
Terms easy, one-fourth cash, balance in four equal
SEMI-TROPIC LAND AND WATER CO., Rialto, Cal.
L. M. BROWN, Special Agent, 213 W. First St., Loa Angelea, Cal. 9-29
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It will satisfy the most fastidious. JAMES MEANS' $3 SHOE is absolutely the
only shoe of the orlce that has ever been placed extensively on the market in which durability
is considered before mere outward appearance.
JAMES MEANS' *2 SHOE for Boys, J A.M HS MEANS' FARMER SHOE and JAMES MEANS'
QUARTER EAGLE BOOTH FOR FARMERS are all wap..- Hues that always give satisfaction.
Boots aud Shoes from our celebrated factory are sold by
N. BENJAMIN, (Sole Agent for Los Angeles,)
BOSTON SHOE STORE
CORNER MAIN AND SECOND, LOS ANGELES.
SEPIA ENLARGEMENTS !
The most beautiful work ever shown in Loa Angeles, carrying first prize at Fair,
ending October 24th. Also, first prize for finest photographs over all competitors.
Bronze Medal and Diploma awarded by the Photographers' Association of
America, Buffalo, New York, July, 1891.
Also, Diploma for Excellence of Photography, awarded Boston, 1889.
Strangers are cordially invited to call at Studio and compare work.
220 SOUTH SPRING STREET,
OPPOSITE L. A. THEATER.
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AT REDUCED PRICES.
A lf your dealer does not keep it RING DP TELEPHONE 36, or leave your A
orders with ' /\
HANCOCK BANNING, Importer
J\ 130 W. SECOND ST. T
Oak, Fine and Juniper Wood sawed and split to order. 7-29 tf I
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