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LETTER BAG.
Antelope Valley.
Editors Herald : Knowing full well
that you are ever willing to devote a
portion of your valuable space to mat
ters which pertain to the prosperity
and growth of Los Angeles county, I de
sire to place my impressions of the sec
tion known as Antelope valley in print,
in order that my eastern friends may
know something of this favored spot in
California.
I arrived in the town of Lancaster, in
the dead of winter, and found that
place, which is about 2360 feet above
the sea level, entirely free from the ex
treme heat of some portions of the state,
as well as the extreme cold of others.
The valley contains in the neighborhood
of 1,000,000 acres of the most fertile soil
in the state, upon wiiich can be raised
splendid fruits of all kinds, there being
sufficient frost to ensure that delicious
natural flavor which is so conspicuously
absent in fruits raised in valleys where
there is little or no frost. There is much
available government land, both in the
foothills and the valley, all of which
under cultivation will yield splendid re
sults. That this is the case is proven
by the material advancement made by
locaters in the immediate vicinity of
this unclaimed government land.
The temperature throughout Antelope
valley ranges from 20 degrees in the
winter to 112 degrees in summer, the
apparent excessive heat of the warmest
days being pleasantly offset by a re
freshing sea breeze and the dryness of
the atmosphere. My climatic surround
ings here made me wonder why people
spent their lives in the misery of an
eastern winter of 30 degrees below zero,
when with a slight outlay of time and
money they could become prosperous
Antelope valley farmers.
The soil of this section is mostly a
dark sandy loam and contains large
quantities of lime, iron and alumina,
which fact will emphatically recommend
it to anyone desiring to cultivate any
variety of citrus fruit or raisin grapes.
Besides the excellent soil, the valley
can be irrigated at small expense with
the waters of the many rivers in this
vicinity, to say nothing of the abundant
flow to be obtained from artesian wells
at depths ranging from 175 to 200 feet.
In the last few years many small set
tlements have sprung up in Antelope
valley, and its population has been
more than doubled. Its residents will
be found to be a sober, industrious,
sociable and generous class, always busy,
and a stranger is ever welcomed in a
hospitable manner, and much interest
is manifested that he should be well
impressed with his surroundings.
Although grain has been the main
product of the valley in the past, many
enterprising farmers, notwithstanding
the fact that wheat raised in this valley
always commands top prices, have of
late years devoted much time and land
to fruits. The ranches situated in Palm
dale colony have trees upon them which
at the age of three years produced fruit
in as large quantity and of as good qual
ity as has ever been gathered in this or
any other state. Almond culture is also
engaged in to a considerable degree, the
most extensive orchard being that of the
Fairmont Land & Water company; the
Farming and Fruit Land company set
out an entire section to this fruit this
year, and the day is not far distant when
Antelope valley will supply a consider
able portion of the market with almonds
of the very best flavor and variety.
The principal town of the valley, from
which the immense shipments of cereals
are made, is Lancaster. There is more
business transacted in this place than
can be found in any town between Los
Angeles and Bakersfield, and much
credit is due to the indomitable energy
and enterprise of such men as J. P.
Ward, S. A. Drummond, Capt. J. C.
Hannah, Jacob Scherer and others, who
have seen the town in all its advance
ment trom infancy to a thrifty and im
portant commercial point. The mer
chants are apparently well satisfied and
an air of "strictly business" pervades
the whole community. Among the re
cent substantial improvements may be
mentioned the establishment of the An
telope Valley bank by the Andrews
brothers, two live, energetic young men
who have the confidence of the entire
people. George O. Groover is one of the
newest acquisitions to the mercantile
branch of the tow.n, and his efficient
business attainments insure future suc
cess. There are several nice structures
in the town, notably the large brick
sehoolhouse and the new- brick
building recently erected by Jacob
Scherer, one of the solid men of the
valley. I have heard the business sa
gacity of the weaker sex scoffed at, but
Mrs. Alice J. Adams, a recent arrival in
Lancaster, nobly vindicates her sex on
that score. She takes a lively interest
in the progress of the town, and to her
it is indebted for some of its best build
ings.
While this valley is in a prosperous
condition at present, containing excel
lent school, church and other facilities,
there is still much room for progress,
and the industrious man will find an
abundant harvest in any ol the settle
ments of the valley.
A crying need of this section, and one
which it is now certain of securing, is
an opposition railroad line. The Santa
has lately sent surveyors into this
district, and they have obtained a right
of way through the larger part of the
valley, and operations are expected to
commence at an early date. And when
this road is completed and freight rateß
are reduced. Antelope valley, with its
magnificent scenery and prosperous sur
roundings, will burst forth in all the
brilliancy of a full-blown rose, situated
as it is in one of the choicest spots of
the modern garden of Eden—Southern
California. B.
Likes the Library.
Editors Herald : A stranger and so
journer in your beautiftl city for the
past few weeks and, like many, an exile
from my own fireside to escape the in
clemencies of weather of different kinds,
I have passed much of the leisure at my
dieposel in your public and reference
library and reading room; and before
leaving I think it is incumbent upon me
to express —what I am confident is the
feeling of all visitors —admiration for
the enterprise and culture which has
established so noble a monument to the
city's honor, and a sense of obligation,
which this letter but feebly repays, for
the privilege of free access to all the
advantages to be derived from their use.
This Jetter would be very incomplete
did it fail to note the admirable manage
ment of the librarian and her numerous
assistants, and the promptness and po
liteness with which all requests are met,
and also the appreciation placed on the
library by the public. This latter is
shown by the number who may be seen
lining the long counter and waiting
tbeir turn to be served during all hours
of the day. Happy the city possessing
THE LOS ANGELES HERALD: MONDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 8, 1892
such a means of refinement, and thrice
happy the one having the people who
appreciate and use it.
C. 8. Eastwood.
SANTA MONICA.
TLe clouds were banished all day
yesterday, and it now looks aB if for
some time. The sun shone brightly and
warmly in consequence, and as a neces
sary adjunct the day was all that could
be desired on beach and bluff, the warm,
spring like atmosphere luring many
guests to our shores, who richly enjoyed
their outing at Santa Monica by the sea,
the choicest retreat for young or old—
those who know not of their health, as
Carlisle aptly puts it—and the invalid.
The eastern tourist is finding it out too,
and they are coming to the beauteous
city by the sea in larger numbers than
ever before, the result of which is that
the Arcadia is fast filling up with guests,
who, if one were to judge by the exuber
ance of their happy remarks, would re
main here always.
The music of progress <s heard daily
from the Southern Pacific camps at the
canon and depot, and work is progress
ing finely at both ends of the extension,
and the construction train bringing the
material for the 6600-foot wharf will
undoubtedly be running by March Ist.
Mr. and Mrs. John T. Sullivan of the
Sea Beach hotel, Santa Cruz, are enjoy
ing a few days at Santa Monica, at the
Arcadia.
D. Smiley, accompanied by A. A. Le
Roy, of the Mohonk Lake bouse, New
York, is quartered at the Arcadia, from
which place he is making freq jent trips
to the many picturesque scenes in and
about the city by the sea.
Richard Garvey of San Gabriel was
among Saturday's guests at the seaside.
Mrs. R. B. Knapp, a prominent soci
ety lady of Portland, has joined the
Portland, Oregon, contingent at the Ar
cadia.
W. O. Jones, E. J. Clark and L. An
drews and daughter of Minneapolis are
registered at the Arcadia.
W. H. English of Denver, Colorado,
arrived on Saturday last at the Arcadia.
Mrs. E. J. Waldby of Adrian, Mich.,
is among the latest tourists registered
at our big hotel.
Mrs. Marcus Pollasky of Fresno, ac
companied by her mother, Mrs. E. J.
Waldby of Adrian, Mich., spent Friday
at the seaside, lunching at the Arcadia.
Among the other recent arrivals at
the Arcadia are Fred A. Hinds, San
Francisco; Thomas J. Anderson, Vic
toria, B. C.; Mrs. B. S. Stombß, Coro
nado; Mrs. A. Hawkins, San Gabriel;
Mrs. A. C. Watkins, Pittsburg, Pa.; W.
H. Davis, Mrs. H. T. Rodman, Miss
Woods, W. W. Seaman, Mr. and Mrs.
P. L. Waters, Los Angeles; A. J. Hunt,
San Diego; D. L. Canning, Chicago; H,
Dater, New York.
Judge Van Dyke spent Sunday at the
beach. •
Dr. A. C. Rogers of Los Angeles was
among the visitors at the beach yester
day.
Seaside lodge, I. O. O. F., give a
grand ball at the Arcadia on Friday
evening next.
H. B. Coffman of Rivera was among
yesterday's throng at Santa Monica,
lunching at the St. James.
Vie Hopf, accompanied by his famous
bull pup Sport, was on the beach.
J. C. H.
REDONDO.
The rolling stock of the Redondo rail
way is receiving a fresh coat of paint
and being overhauled generally.
A. J. Huit of San Diego arrived here
yesterday.
H. B. Ainsworth of Oakland is at the
Redondo hotel, and will remain several
days.
Mrs. and Miss Hood of Denver, Colo.,
are visiting friends at the seaside.
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Bartnell of New York will be glad to
learn that they will return to this coast
soon and spend a month at Redondo.
A pleasant entertainment was given
at the Redondo last evening; several de
lightful musical selections were well
rendered.
The steamer Mexico arrived yesterday
with an extra large freight cargo con
sisting of over 155 tons for this place,
also many passengers.
Captain R. R. Thompson of San Fran
cisco arrived here yesterday and will
remain several days.
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Conger of Water
ville, N. V., are guests at the Redondo
hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Allyn of Hartford,
Conn., are visitors at the big hotel, and
express themselves aB delighted with
Redondo and surroundings.
A. J. Canford of Santa Barbara en
joyed the day at the beach.
Latest arrivals at the Redondo hotel
include: Theo. L'Hounnedier, New
York; Arthur M. Morse, New York
city; G. F. Tiencher, Los ADgeles; Mr.
and Mrs. C. V. Blake, Boston.
ANAHEIM.
The last few weeks have done great
things for this heretofore quiet town. A
co-operative beet-sugar factory (or the
foundation for one) has been organized
by the farmers themselves, and this
coming summer will see one of the live
liest towns in Southern California. The
farmers have agreed to raise 3000 acres
of sugar beets.
Anaheim is upending thousands oi
dollars on her streets. Stores that have
been vacant for some time are now
rented, and at leaet two new firms are
going to begin business immediately.
Improvements are in sight on every
side. Our streets are full of strangers
every day looking for investments;
lands which have been cheap, much
cheaper than in any other place of its
size in Southern California, are taking
a rise.
There is plenty of room for more
business here. We need another hotel,
another newspaper, another bank; and,
in fact, more of almost any kind of
business can do a rushing trade. Re
member, $375,000 will be spent here
this summer alone in building a sugar
factory, and where money is people are
bound to come.
This is not Riverside, but we grow
oranges down here. Frost struck River
side, but it did not hit us, and we can
prove it, too. Some folks have said
Anaheim was dead, but we don't believe
it; and before three months we will
prove it to the world, C.
Mr. James K. Meeds, the U, S. Light House
Keeper at Fort Carroll, near Baltimore, Md.,
•ays: He was afflicted with rheumatism in his
legs and ankles the past six months, constantly
suffering great pain. Having tried a great
many remedies and getting no relief, he was
advised to try Salvation Oil and it relieved him
entirely.
AMUSEMENTS.
NEW LOB ANGELES THEATER.
H. C. Wyatt, Manager.
TONIGHT!
TONIGHT! \\>'
TONIGHT! -♦S^^^O^^
* POSITIVELY
LAST
/T> PERFORMANCE !
T OS ANGELES THEATER.
KINDERGARTEN BENEFIT!
G. W. CABLE
Will read from his own writings,
Saturday, Feb. 20th, "GrandePPointer' r (entire ).
Tuesday, February 23d,
Selections from "Dr. Sevier."
MAX O'RELL
Will lecture, Tuesday, March 22d.
Subject: "America as Seen Through French
Spectacles."
Tickets at Woman's Exchange, 223 South
Broadway, and at book and music stores
Season tickets, $2; single lecture, 75c. Re
served seats early at box office and 25c extra.
Upper gallery, 50c. 2-7 lm
G lf AND # OPERA ± HOUSE £—
McLain & Lehman, Managers.
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, FEB. 9—lo.
First Appearance in Los Angeles of the Cele
brated Comedian,
BOBBY QAYLOR!
And the Best Musical Comedy Company travel
ing, in the latest New York Success,
; -■- sport McAllister -:- j
ONE OF THE 400.
Coming here direct from a triumphant en
gagement in San Francisco.
Cast includes Georgie Parker, danseuse, and
the world famed OLYMPIA QUARTETTE.
Seats now on sale.
-VIEW LOS ANGELES THEATER.
1.1 H C. Wyatt, Manager.
FIVE NIGHT-, commencing Tuesday, Feb. 9th,
Saturday Matinee.
EXTIfAI—HOYT'S
j —i A TEX A S STEE R ! :— i
SEATS NOW ON SALE.
RLEBBMDRO
RAPIDLY COMING TO THE FRONT I
We no longer hear the inquiry ;
Where Is Alessandro ?
Now the People Know, and it has
Become the Objective Point of
all those looking for a Home
Among the Orange Groves of
Southern California
WHERE BOTH
Heal and Profit
ARE ASSURED.
Of the 21,000 Acres Nearly 10,000
Acres Have Been Sold.
5,000 ACRES
ARE OR WILL BE PLANTED
THIS SEASON.
A Town Has Been Started !
HOTELS ABE OPEN!
A Bank Is Talked Of!
Hundreds of Families
are today living at
ALESSANDRO
Enjoying all the comforts of a Home.
Buy Your Tickets Direct for Red
lands. Call on
THEODOKE CLARK,
Manager Land Department,
Bear Valley Irrigation Company.
See Alessandro for yourself. You will never
regret it. 12-3 tf
Painless Dentistry.
Fine Gold Fillings.
/KpSKj£jA Crown^and^Bridge
All operations pain
e f&t BKT TEBTH . W.OO.
rWmSS \lhflV Rooms 18 and 19,
QaStrii***- *jLIw 107n.spring bt.
WANTS
AND OTHER CLASSIFIED ADS.
Will be Inserted In the columns of the DAILY
HERALD at
Bo per line per deiy.
B>l per line per month,
Special rates for a longer period.
IW Persons wanting situations, help, or
who wish to rent, buy or sell property, will do
well to advertise in these columns.
WANTED—HELP.
WANTED — TRAVELING BALEBMBN,
cash; no competition; big money to right
parties. Call Room 4, 341% S. Spring st.
2-4 4t
WANTED— AT THE U. 8. EMPLOYMENT
Co., all kinds of help, male and female,
sent to all parts free of charge, fare prepaid;
always reliable. Office, 222% 8. Main St.; tel
ephone 399 (telegraph at our expense for
cooks, waiters, farm hands or mechanics.)
1-21 tf '
WANTED— CITY CANVASSER; BIG COM
mission; between 10 a m. and 3 p. m.
Room 45, Bonebrake building. 5 10 tl
ANTED—ALL NEEDING HELP FREE—
Employment or any Information, address
E. NITTINGER'S BUREAU; established 1880
Office, 319% S. Bpring; residence, 451 S.Hope
St., cor. Fifth, Los Angeles, Cal. Telephone 113.
8-16 tf
WANTED—PKIHAIjTE HELF
ante'd^al^olJu^™
eral 124 E. Fourth st.
ANTED-APPRENtTcB~FOR DRESSMA K
ing; one that would like to learn to cut by
the best tailor system, at 127 E. Third Bt.
2-7 2t
WANTED—AGENTS.
vv big pay and high class work; call between
10 a.m.and 3 p.m. Room 45, Bryson-Bonebrake
block. 1-25 tf
WANTED—SITI7AI lONS-.
a lady by a young lady from the east well
qualified. Address Z. A. B. Herald office.
2-7 4t
WANTED— POSITION AS A HOUPEKEEP
or by a young lady. Address L. S. Herald
office. 2-7 4t
ANTED—SITUATION, BY TAILORESS,
small wages; housekeeper, lady clerk,
typewriter and bookkeeper: also carpenter and
9 ranch men. Information Co., 319% S.
Spiing. 1-3 tf
ANTED—SITUATIONS, 4 RANCHMEN, 2
milkers, 7 stablemen, 16 general men, 20
? iris, wants of all kinds of work, all nations,
nformation Co., 319% S. Spring. Established
1880. 1-13 tf
WANTED—MISCELLANEOUS
hay, oat and barley; call at barn, corner
Winfleld and Sentous sts. 2-7 7t
ANTED—TO LET, CONTRACT FOR LAY
ing 300,000 brick in brick building and
Say in gilt-edge acreage property. Apply to
.L. Mayberry, Room 28, Baker block, Los
Angeles. 2 6 tf
WANTED— COOK'B HEADQUARTERS;
freeof charge; California brandy, sc;Soup
and beer, sc. GEO. LACOUR, 401 N. Los An
geles St.. Los Angeles, Cal. 11-25-3 m
ANTED—PICTURES TO FRAME, CHEAP
est place at BURNS', 256 S. Main st.
1-27-tf
FOR RENT—HOUSES.
CITY.
0. A. SUMNER * 00., 107 S. Broadway.
mlO-tf
for rent—rooms.
oTTrljnt^parT^
Spring St., between First and Second sts.
2-7 tf
OR RENT—NEWLY FURNISHED SUNNY
rooms, with board, in private family; con
venient to cats. 936 B. Hope St. 2-4 7t
OHIO HOUSE-511% N. MAIN ST., (FOR
merly Plaza house), nicely furnished rooms;
also rooms for offices; under new management;
rates moderate. 2-2 91
TT'URNISHED ROOMS—TWO BLOCKS FROM
J: depots, 817 Eaßt First st. WILDE R'3. $1 a
week. 2-3 7t
OR RENT—LARGE. DESIRABLE FUR
nished rooms at the Pleasanton, 530 Temple
et. 1-28-lm
FOR RENT—NICE 6-ROOM HOUSE, WITH
bath and modern conve lences, near city
limits; station on L. A. Terminal road; cheap.
Apply to W. S. Waters, Room 91, Temple block.
1-26 tf
FOR RENT—MISCELLANEOUS.
REInX DESI RaIKe?BUSL
JP ness block on Main St., near First; rent, $75
per month. Apply 107 N. Main st. 27 2t
TTVOr RENT —AT SANTA MONICA —THE
JP Lawrence Hotel; also dining room in the
Boehme Block, Apply to Geo. Boehme.
1-12 lm
STORAGE SPACE FOR FURNITURE, ETC.,
at Industrial Exchange, 223 S. Broadway.
1-10 lm
personal.
alijteld— johm~^
Jones, wholivedin 1888 on Twenty-eighth
and San Pedro sts., can serve him well by giv
ing the undersigned his address. A. C. Shafer.
i 2-5 tf
MISS MAGGIE RCHIEBAL, LATE OF ELBl
nore, will find it to her interest to advise
.li»mes Mills, at Riverside, Cal., of her where
abouts. 2-3 14t
ERSONAL — RALPHS BROS — GOLD BAR
Flour, $1.40; City Flour, $1.00; Brown
Sugar, 20 lbs $1; White Sugar, 18 lbs $1.00;
4 boxes sardines, 25c; 3 cans salmon, 25c; 50
bars Soap, $1; eastern Gasoline, 85c, and Coal
Oil, 85c; 2 lbs Corned B«ef, 15c; Pork, 10c;
Lard, 10 lbs, 90c; 5 lbs, 45c. 601 S. Spring St.,
cor Sixth. 12-2 3m
ERSONAL —MRS. PARKER, CLAIRVOY
ani; consultations on business, love, mar
riage, disease, mineral locations, life reading,
etc. Take Spring and Washington-st. car to
Vermont aye., go south to Vine St., second
nouse from Vermont aye. 1-27-tf
4»T7CONOMIC" PRICES.—2S LB3. BROWN
JJj sugar, $1; 10 lbs. corn meal, 20c; Ger
mea, 20c; self-raising flour, 15c; gall, syrup,
55c; 5 lbs. buckwheat, 25c; 6 lbs. rolled oats,
25c; mountain coffee, 25c; 5 lbs. good tea, $1;
6 lbs. raisins, 25c; 3 lbs. prunes, 25c; mince
meat 10c lb.; 4 cans sardines, 25c; 3 cans
peaches, 25c; 3 pkts. starch, 25c; sack flour,
80c; 6 lbs. apricots, 25c; 3 lbs. fig Jam, 25c,
hams, 13c; bacon, 12% c. "ECONOMIC" stores,
305 8. Spring st.
ROF. STEARNS, THE OLDEST ASTROLO
ger in the state, is at 423 S. Spring St.
1-24-tf
PERSONAL— MEDIUM, 236% B. SPRING ST.
Mrs. M E. Weeks-Wright. 1-10 tf
CONTRACTU US AND BUILDERS.
CONRAD SCHERErTgRANITE, BITUMIN
OUS and asphalt paving. 227 W. First st.
9-112 m
SPECIAL NOTICE.
CALIFORNIA STRAW
and gents' hats cleaned, dyed and reshaped;
the latest styles and first-class work guaran
teed. Thurston Steam Dye Works in connec
tion. Tel. 682. 264 S. Main st. 1-24 lm
THE GREAT INDIAN RHEUMATIC _ CURE
is the greatest discovery made within the
last 100 years in patent medicines. For sale
by all leading druggists 10-17 91 I2m
NOTICE— THE LOS ANGELES CITY WATER
Company will strictly enforce the follow
ing rule: The hours for sprinkling are between
6 and 8 o'clock a. m., and 6 and 8 o'clock p. m.
For a violation of the abovo regulation the
water will be shut off and a fine of $2 will be
charged before water will beturued on again.
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DIKES AND FINISHKRSi
NOTICE- A. LORRAIN, PROPRIETOR OF
the City Steam Dyeing and Cleaning works,
and office have removed to 343 S. Broadway.
All work guaranteed free from spots and
streaks. 1-21 lm
AKlrilAN DYE-WORKS, 274 8. MAIN
street. Best dyeing in the elty. 1-13 tf
ETROPOLITAN STEAM DYE-WORKS,
241 Franklin at Finn dyeing and clean
ing; 1-13-tf
ARCHITECT.
years' experience in all classes of build
ings. Established for the past ten years in Los
Angeles. Room 10, (second floor), Ferret
block, corner Spring and Third streets, Los
Angeles. 1-26 3m
bargains in real estate.
* and Hill streets, $27,000; a'so 98 acre* in
San Fernando; 15 acres In vineyard, 5 years
old; 8000 young olive trfes, 250 fruit trees,
different varieties with water right; price,
$7000: also a lodging house, No. 120 Wilming
ton street; very cheap. Apply at 318 West sec
ond street.. *
SALE—AT A SACRIFICE, BEAUTIFUL
J lot In East Los Angeles, one block from
Downey-ave cable, near church and schools;
must be sold; call and get figures. F. H.
PIEPER & CO., 104 Broadway. 2-7 2t
IRBT-CLASS FRUIT LAND, 12 MILES
from city, near depot, your own terms and
10 years at 0 pr ct. If you ask It, but land must
be improved; a tew pieces 3 years without pay
ments, if trees shall be planted. J. J. Gosper,
129 8. Spring St. 2-6 lm
FOR SALE—SISOO, A COZY HOME OF SIX
rooms on clean corner 12th and San Pedro,
graded streets, electric light and sewer, con
venient to electric cars; $1000 cash, balance
time. 2-4 7t
FOR SALE-TEN ACRES IN BURBANK.
Address Jamts O'Neill, Los Angeles Theater,
February 7th and Bth.
2-2 7t
FOR SALE—LIBT YOUR PROPERTY, SALE
or exchange, and houses to rent, with
CHAS. VICTOR HALL, 223 W. First. 1-13 lm
OR BALE—OR FOR RENT, A FRUIT
ranch of 34 acres at Glendale, set in grapes
and deciduous fruits; good house, barn, etc.;
everything in first-class order: principals dealt
with only. Address E. D., Box 50, Tropico.
1-9 lm
FOR BALE —LIVE STOCK.
bred bay filly 3 years old, sired byGo»siper,
record 2:22; dam by Gibialtar record
is kind and gentle; a splendid gentleman's
road horse, will show a 2:40 clip, and if
trained would make a fine race mare; will be
sold by permission of the administrator for
$.'tso to close out an estate; here is au oppor
tunity for some one to maY c money, for the
filly would be cheap at three times the amount
asked for her; also a fine new Collins road cart
cheap. Inquire at the Star Sign Co., 222
Franklin st. 1317t
tOH SAIL 13.
t^^lTal^^mooi^^
I' 3 years old, 25 to 35 cents; also cuttings of
olive trees; 5000 vine cuttings, Mission and
Ziufandel. 318 West Second street. 2-7 lm
TO EXCHANGE.
1 room 2 story house: grates, bath, hot and
cold water, cement walks, lawn, flowers; situ
ated southwest part of city; in exchange for 15
or 20 acre improved ranch; will assume incum
brance or trade clear. F. H. PIEPER & CO.,
108 Broadway. 2-7 2t
ANTED —TO EXCHANGE, A FlKST
classand well-established buslne-s in Chi
cago for a good fruit farm; can give the high
est references and will expect the same; farm
must be A 1; give full particulars. T. Usher,
510 Tacoma Building, Chicago, 111, 2-7 2t
OR EXCHANGE—STOCK OF DRY GOODS;
will invoice about $1500, for $300 cash and
balance in land or lots. A. J. Mead, 238 W.
First St., Room 5. 2 5 3t
T IST YOUR PROPERTY FOR SALE, RENT
±j or exchange with J. H. CLAUDIUS, 136 8.
Broadway. 1-30 lm
LAST AND FOUND.
T OST—ONE RUBBER COAT. A PAIR OF
I j boots and a coat, packed in a bundle.
Finder will please return them at European
houte, corner Los Angeles and Commercial.
2-8-3t
lOSTI OST—ON SOME STREET IN THIS CITY,
j pension papers in name of John Williams.
Finder will receive $8 reward by returning to
the Herald office. 2-7 lOt
QTRAYBD— FROM O. K. STABLES SUNDAY
kj night, 7 horses—2 grays, 4 browns and 1
sorrel. Any information leading to their re
covery will be paid for. 2-4 7t
FINANCIAL.
$1,500,000
TO LOAN AT B. G. LTJNT'S
LOAN AND INSURANCE AGENCY,
227 W. Second st, Adjoining Herald offlcr
CHEAP MONET.
Agent for the
GERMAIN SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY
of San Francisco. Jnl tf
PACIFIC LOAN COMPANY—LOANS MONEY
in any amounts on all kinds of perao-jt)
property and collateral security, on piaact
without removal, diamonds. Jewelry, seanklm,
bicycles, horses, carriages, libraries or any prop
erty of value; also on furniture, merchandise,
etc., In warehouses; partial payments received
money withont delay; private offlceß for col
sulfation; will call if desired; W. X. DuQROOT
Manager, rooms 2, 3 and 4, No. 114 Bor.it!
Spring st., opposite Nadean hotel. 7-291 f
d»7AA-$lOOO, $1200 TO LOAN ON CITY
3D iUU improved real estate at 10 per cent
gross; no commission to pay. Address X.X.S.,
Box 10, this office. 1-31 tf
MONEY TO LOAN—
On mortgages; city property a specialty.
Apply to
MAIN-STREET SAVINGS BANK,
1-29 tf 42G80. Main.
TTTE LOAN MONEY ON REAL ESTATE,
tv stocks, bonds, warrants, mortgages and all
kinds of personal property and collateral se
curity in any amount without delay; privale
rooms for consultation. State Investment
Company, Rooms 37 and 38, Bryson-Bone
brake block. 1-1 tf
CITIZENS' LOAN OFFICE, 331% S. SPRING
St., loan money on diamonds, jewelry and
watches; old gold bought, H. Smith, Manager.
1-9 lm
X LOAN MONEY ON JEWELRY,
pianos, without rem oval; also on city and
county warrants, warehouse receipts, or any
thing of value; private rooms for consultation
or will call if preferred. So. Calif. Loan and
Investment Co., Rooms 5 and 6, 226 S. Spring
St., opposite L. A. Theater. 12-19tf
0~ TTO BRODTBKCK. 113 8. BROADWAY,
Money to loan on Improved city and coun
try property at lowest current rate. 7-9 tf
ONEY LOANED ON REAL BBTAT2, DlA
mends, watches, Jewelry, pianos, seal'
skins, live stock, carriages, bicycles and all
kinds of personal and collateral security. LBI
BROS., 402 S. Spring, mlB-tf
IF YOU WANT MONEY WITHOUT DELAY,
no commission, at prevailing rates of inter
est, see Security Savings Bank, 148 8. Main It
* 8-1-tf
HOTELS.
HOFFMAN HOUSE
STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS.
Conducted exclusively on
THE AMERICAN PLAN.
Best furnished rooms in the city. Rates from
*2 to $3 per day. 421 and 423 N. Main St., Los
Angeles, Cal. JOHN BRENNAN,
1-15 lm Proprietor.
PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS, ETC.
9,DOWNEY
block. Tel. 347. Los Angeles. 11-22-tf
INSURANCE.
DOBINSON St VETTER.
B-4 tf 214 Bonth Broadway
BOARD AND EODKING.
ROSBMORE, NO. 416 SIXTH ST., FACING
Sixth-st. park; transient and family hotel;
board and rooms, $1 to $2 per day; street cars
pass the door. A. M. Wilcox, Proprietor.
12-22 2m
MACHINISTS.
ANN AND
blacksmith shop, iron and brass casting,
tools, models, patterns, pulleys, shafting, hang
ers, etc. General repairing. Telephone 902.
534 B. Los Angelfifi St. 11-25-4 m
MASSAGE.
MASSAGE TREATMENT AND ELEC
trlcity. Room 11, Postoffice building.
' ' 1-14 lm
MUSICAL.
L\ BISBE'S^PB^6I , EBSOR~Oi r MUSriL
. Piano by method Khrllch; lessons in har
mony Studio 3.14 8. HIIL 1-14 lm
REMOVAL NOTICE.
JOSEPH'S WELL • KNOWN JEWELRY
fj house has removed from the old stand, 217
North Spring street, to 117 North Spring street.
The public are cordially invited to call. Flrst
class repairing of all kinds done. 1-37-lm
BUSINESS OHANOIB,
business, or druggist to clerk who can
loan small amount; or person who wishes to
learn the business who can make thi> in«n
Apply toW. B. Akey. 118 3. Broadway. 2 H-"t,
If OR HALE —DRUG STORE; RARECIUNCE
1 for the right man to step into an established
Dullness, low rent; invoices about iuy>o
owner must go east. Address X. 8., Box io'
Ilerald office. 2-7 8t
I7iOR~SALE— A SMALL GROCERY 81\>C<
together with storehouse and dwelling at
tached, on long lease: all for sale at $(>r>o
F. H. PIEPER A CO., 108 Broadway. 27 2t
CIGAR STAND—FIRST-CLASS Location:
stock and fixtures at cost; no bonus. Apply
116 W. First St., near 6pring. l-S 3t
FOR SALE—ONE-HALF OR WHOLE OF A
paying hardware business of several years'
standing, with an excellent tiade; the store is
well stocked and located in the heart of San Ja
cinto, one of the best small towns in Southern
California; population about 1100; for sale ou
account of ill health. Address J. G. Reln
hardt, San Jacinto. 1-28-lm
OOT AND BHOE STORE IN BEST LOCA
tion, established 6 years; stock will invoice
$5000 or $60J0. Inquire at this office. No
agents. 1-28-lm
FOR SALE OR TO RENT—THE SOUTH
Pasadena hotel and iabout 4 acres of im
proved laDd. This property is situated six
miles from Los Angeles, in the city of South
Pasadena, opposite the Santa Fe depot. The
hotel contains 40 sleoping rooms, and is piped
throughout for gas and hot and cold water and
■fitted with electric bells. There are 120 orange
44 apricot, 52 peach, 17 nectarine, 5 quince, 3
almond, 37 apple, 3 pear, 6 plum, 3 prune, 2
fig and 6 loquat trees, and a small vineyard, to
gether with a beautiful garden of flowers and
shrubs. For further particulars address or In
quire of DR. H. F. PITCHER, 17 N. Marengo
aye.. Pasadena. Cal. 5-26 12m
EXCURSIONS.
IMPROVED EXCURSION CalPsEßvTcb';
the Santa Fe route, shortest through car line
to the east; daily through trains to Chicago;
special family tourist sleeping car excursions
for Kansas City, St. Louis, Chicago and New
V ork personally attended through to Boston by
Santa Fe excursion conductors, For cheapest
tickets and full information apply to any agent
Southern California Ry, and City Ticket Office
Sauta Fe Roue, 129 N. Spring st„ Los Angeles.
1-1 tf
HONOLULU TOURS—HUGH B. RICE, BPB
cial agent Oceanic 8 S. Co. Office: 124
W. Second st; P.O. Box 1671. 12-4 tf
HA M IVS RAILWAY AND STEAMSHIP
Ticket Agency, 115 8. Spring St., in front
of the Wieland. Railroad tickets bought, sold
and exchanged. 9-22 91 lyr
HILLIPS' EXCURSIONS VIA RIO GRANDE
route every Friday personally conducted
through to Chicago and Boston. Office. No. 138
South Spring st. 1 tf
T C. JUDSON & CO.'S EXCURSIONS EAST
fj • every Thursday via Salt Lako City and
Denver. Tourist cars to Chicago and Boston.
Manager In charge. Office, 212 8. Spring st.
6-1 tf
ROCK ISLAND ROUTE EXCURSIONS
: leave Los Angeles via nonro, nnA
Rio Grande railway. Througfi Pullman tourist
cars to Chicago via Salt Lake City, Leadv«le and
Denver. For circulars, etc., call on or address
F. W. THOMPSON, 138 8. Spring St. 5-12 tf
ED U CATION A L.
THE
(Incorporated) and Southern California Col
lege of Law, 144 8. Main St. Write for cata
logue : 8-16 91 1 yr
FRENCH AND GERMAN BY NATURAL
method. Prof. A. D. Bissell, 334 8. Hill.
1-14 lm
MIBS BOWMAN'S SCHOOL FOR DANCING,
southwest corner Main and Fifteenth sts.;
all the newand popular dances irom the east
taught; advanced class Tuesday evening; be
ginners Friday evening; school children Satur
day at 2 p.m.; can enter classes at anytime.
For terms and list of new dances cull at hall
on class ulghts or address 117 E. Twenty-eighth
st. 1-14 lm
MRS. NANNIE CATCHING, PIANO, GUl
tar, banjo and voice culture. 1031 8. Hill
st 1-5 2m
TEACHERS' CLASS PREPARING FOR
county examination. Positions for gov
ernesses and teachers. 120% 8. Spring
12-25 2m
T OS ANGELES UNIVERSITY—FOR BOTH
Xv sexes. Students received at any time.
Full regular advantages. Music, art, elocu
tion, shorthand and typewriting. Military
drill and Delsarte. CALVIN ESTERLY, Pres
ident. P, O. box 2893. 8-1 tf
LUDLAM SCHOOL OF ORATORY AND
Arts, V M.C.A. building. 7-8 tf
OODBURY BUBINEBS COLLEGE "
AND
SHORTHAND, TELEGRAPHIC AND PEN
MANBHIP INSTITUTE
245 S. Spring St., Los Angeles, Cal.
The leading commercial school of Southern
California. Day and evening sessions.
For catalogue call at the college, or address
HOUGH, FELKER & WILSON,
7-5 3m Proprietors.
PHYSICIANS.
MRS. DR. WELLS REMOVED TO HER
brick biock, 127 E. Third st, bet. Main
and Los Angeles; diseases of women, nervons,
rectal, sterility and genito-urinary diseases
also electro therapeutics; hours, 10 to 4.
R WEST HUGHES, FORMER RESIDENT
surgeon to the New York hospital; practice
limited to surgery and genito-urinary diseases.
175 N. Spring st. Tel. 73. 12-9 6m
DR. C. EDGAR SMITH. "
Established 1883.
FEMALE AND RECTAL DISEASES
A specialty. Piles cured in from five to fif
teen days without the knife or detention from
business. Office, corner Main and Seventh sts..
Robarta block. Tel. 1031. 9-11 tf
REBECCA LEE DORSEY, M. D. OFFICE
No. 107% N.Main St. Special attention given
to obstetrics, disoases ol women, especially
nervouß troubles and diseases of children.
Hours 9to 11 a. m. and 2to 4 n. m Telephone
013. jo2-tf
M HILTON WILLIAMS, M.D., M.C.P. 8.0.
• specialist in diseases of the head, throat
and chest; also females; compound oxygen and
medicated inhalations used in all disease's of
the respiratory organs. Office 137 8. Broad
way, Los Angeles.
RB. DR. J. H. SMITH, SPECIALTY, MlD
wlfery. Ladies cared for during confine
ment at 727 Bellevue aye. m 28 tf
DENTISTS.
1882—EsSwished^l88£
LW. WELLS, COR, SPRING AND FIRST
• sts., Wilson Block; take elevator; teeth
filled arid extracted without pain a specialty.
m*tf
DR. TUCKER, DENTIST—OFFICE, NO. 120%
8. Spring st, 11-25-tP
RANK V. McBEATH, DENTIST, 230% 8.
Spring st„ Room 1, Workman blk. 11-14 tf
t; CUNNINGHAM, DENTIST. NO. 181
. N. Spring st, rooms 1 and 3, Phillips
piock, Los Angeles, Cal. ml6tf
R. G. KNEPPER, DENTIST, NO. 126 W
First St., old Wllßon block. 5-31 tf
DR. TOLHURST, DENTIST, 108% N.BPRIN9
St.. rooms 2. 6 and 7. Painless extracting
ATTORNEYS.
DX. TRABK. ATTORNEY AT LAW,
• Fulton blk, 207 New High st, Los Angeles.
116 tf
WH SHINN, ATTORNEY, ROOMS 3
• and 4 Redick Block, corner First and
Broadway. 1-16 lm
MERRILL, GSO. W., ROOMS 9 AND 10
Phlillpß block, 145 Spring St. 11-22 tf
J MARION BROOKS, LAWYER. OFFICE:
• Rooms 28, 29, 30 and 31, Fulton block,
near courthouse, New High st. Telephone
»81. 8-11 tf
WINES AND LIQUORS.
LAST & FIBK, WHOLESALE WINE AND
liquor merchants, 131 N. Main st, Los
Angeles Cal. wines and brandies a specialty
Telephone 38. ■ 2 31m
TV ACHE & CO., BUOCESSORB TO VACHE
• Frfires & Co., wholesale dealers in wines
and liquors. Depot for the celebrated brands
of Brookside Vineyard Cor. Commercial and
Alameda sts., Los Angeles, Cal. Telephone 300
Extra Zinfandel and Riesling at 50c per gallon:
2-3 1 in
J. WOOLLACOTT, IMPORTER AND EX.
. porter of fine linuors. Send for whole
saie price lift, especially prepared for"the I Vr. t
day trade. 124 and 120 N. Spring it.' L A
1-29 tf
ABSTRACTS.
Apany of Los Angeles, N. W. cor. FrankUc
andW aw High «t—mtji miTti
STOCKS
at C. R. RINALDIB, Ban Fernando.
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