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FINANCE AND TRADE.
■xoh.inob bbvibw. Raw York, March 2—Continued selling by professionals was maintained heavily through out most of the day in the general list, though ln the afternoon there waß better support in active shares. Distillers rallied from tho late weakness and advanced 1 per cent in the fore noon, although not able to retain it when Cot ton Oil and Bugar became prominent. Tho closo was near beat prices. Advances made were material, and New England shows a gain of 3 per cent, sugar 2\4, Lackawanna 1%, Erie Va, Cotton Oil 114, preferred 2]4 per cent. Government bonds dull, firm. MON.'tV QUOTATIONS, Haw Yobk. March 2.—Money on call easy; flloslng offered at 2 per cent Prime mercantile paper—47}s per cent. Sterling Exchange—Steady; 60-day bills 54.85J4; demand 14.f-71$. BAB SILVER. Haw YOBK, March 2.—Bar sliver, per ox., 90J B c. Sam Fbanciboo, March 2.—Bar sliver, 90%@ 91c por ouueo. San Francisco, March 2.—Mexican dollars, 71@71X0. STOCKS AND BONDS. Raw York, March 2.—Closing quotations were aa follows: O. 8. 4a. Reg 118 N.Y. Central lU>\4 U.S. 4a. c0up...117 jOregonlmp't 26 0. 8. 2s. Reg 100 Navigation 89 Paclilo 6s 109 Pacific Mall 37 Atchison—. 33%' Pullman Palace . 8H Canada Pacific... 90 Rock Island 89 Canada Sou 62%3t. Paul 78j-„ Central Pacific.. 31H St. Paul A Omaha B§M Burlington 105'^Texas Pacing lo'i Laokawanna ISftM Union Pacific... 46k Denver AH. U pfd 62fc|U. 8. ExpreßS.... 48 ■rie 33'VWellB,Fargo4Co.l43 Kan. A Texaa 17a [Western Union... B"s<i Lake Shore 123 Am. Cotton 0i1... 37>A L. 4 N 73 jTerminal 16 Mich. Trust 19% Missouri Pacific. 62}$ Oregon Short Lino 28 northern Pacific. 23VRio GrandeWst'n. 38 If. P. Preferred... 67 y a \ Preferred 70 Northwestern 117J4 Do. firsts 70 N. W. Preferred.. 143]£ Distillers 46% N.American 15 7H) American Ex. ... 17 BOSTON, March 2. —Closing prices: A. * T. K. R 38? H Uex. Oent, Com. 19.; Burl. A Qulnoy.. 1051* Ban Diego 16 BeU Telephone.. 209% MINING SHARKS. Haw Yobk, March 2.—Mining shares were as follows: Aapen 3.00 Horn Sliver..... 3.65 Beat A Belcher. 1.90 Mexican 1.60 Chollar 1.00 Ontario 41.00 Dead wood Ter.. 1.95 Ophir 240 Don. Calif. Va.,.. 3.90 Plymouth 1.75 BurekaCon 1.75 Sierra Nov 1.55 Gould A Curry.. 115 Standard 1.20 Hale A Norcross 1.45 Union Con 1.30 Homestake 13.25 SAM FfSiNOiKCO, March 2 -Following are (lie Closing prleos: Boionor 1.30 -Talo A KdfchWs 1.55 Beat A Belcher. 2.20 IPotoal 1.15 Chollar 1.20 Ophir, 2.75 Crocker 05 Savage 1.00 Con. Virginia... 4.20 Sierra Nevada... 1.25 Confidence 225 Union Con 1.40 Gould A Curry.. 130 Yellow Jackot.. .65 San Francisco Market Review. BAM Fbancisco. March 2.—The vegetable mar ket was without any new feature. Supplies of potatoes and onions aro greatly in excess of the requirements, and prices weaker. Green veg etables are arriving quite freely, and are in fair demand at lower prices. The market for dairy produce was quiet. Prices for eggs.despite the advent of the Lenten season, when an increased demand could be reasonably expected, have a further downward tendency. Butter is in ample supply and weak. The fruit market waa unchanged today. Or angesare in big aupply and of Inferior quality. Apples plentiful, exceptiug choice red varieties and good green cooking apples. Chicago Drain Market. OHiOAeo, March 2.—Wheat unsettled, steady. The opening was about %@%e per bushel higher than yesterday's closing, and prices advanced He more, then lost the advance, but again re covered tbe decline, but only temporarily, for the market weakened aad prlcea declined sud denly J B c, then advanced closing about %c higher than yeeterday. Receipts, 783,000 boihela; shipments, 820,000 bushels. Barley-Quiet; 55(956. Rye-Quiet: 84W Flax—Steady; 99%. othbb sbain mabkxtb. HAM Fbancisco. March 2 —Wheat, firmer: buyer season, 1.67%; aeller 92, 1.14.%; buyer September, 1.46. Barley-Quiet and steady; buyer season, 1.02%. Corn—l.3o. Liverpool, March 2 — Wheat: Demand poor. No. 2 red winter, 7s lid, steady; No. 2 red spring, 8s %A, steady. Corn—Holders offer futures moderately, and spot sparingly. Spot steady, 4s 7Wd; March firm, 4s Olid; April firm, 4a sd; May firm, 4s 4d. General Markets. Nbw Yobk, March 2.—Hopa, weak; Pacific coast, 19®25. Coffee—Options closed steady,unchanged,to 15' ?olntsup. Sales. 9700 bags. March, 13 no® 3.65; April, 13 email@example.com; May, firstname.lastname@example.org; Sept., 12.25012.30 Spot Rio, Bteady; No. 7, 15. Sugar—Raw steady. Sales 560 hhds. Mm coveda 89 test, at 3: 10,500 bags centrifugals, 96 test, 3%, C. and F. Refined higher; off A, 3 11-16@11%; mould A. 4%@4H; standard A, 4V;<34',; confectioners' A, 4@4Vjj; powdered, granulated, i\tfa4%; cubes, 4M§t%. Copper—Easy; lake, 10.50(<Wi2U. Lead—Firm; Domestic. 4.20@25. Tin—Steady; Straits, 19.55&60. Chicago,March2. —Pork, steady; cash 11.20; May, 11.45. Lard-Steady: each, 6.471*; May, 6.574*. fjhoulders-4.75(i55.50. Short rib5—5.82^(395.85 Short clear—6.2o <»6.25. Chicago, March 2.—Whisky—l.l4. Wool. New York, March 2.—W00l steady; domestic fleece, 30® 36c. Petroleum. Maw Yobk, March 2 — Petroleum closed at 68tg. LOS ANGELES LOCAL MARKETS. There is very little to chronicle In the way of changes or activity ln the local markets. Prices as a rule have a downward tendency, and trade in nearly all lines is exceedingly quiet. The quotations given below are Los Angeles wholesale selling prices. The prices paid pro ducers rule a little lower, due allowance being made, of course, for wholesalers' profits.] Provisions. Hams—Rex, Lily, 13'^'c. Bacon—Rex and Lily, 13o; medium, 10® 110. , Balt Pork—Dry, 9@lo^c. Dried Beef—lnsides, 13%. Lard—Refined, 3's, B%c; o's, 8%; lO's, 8 l Ac; CCS, 8c; special brand, pure leaf, 3Uc higher 11 around. Mill Products. Floor—Los Angeles XXXX, $5.20 per bbl; Capitol Mills, 15.20; Sperry's, J5.80; Crown, $5.90; Victor, 15.80: superfine, $3.75: Graham, $2.60. Mill Feed—Bran, per ton, $26.00; shorts, $28.00; cracked corn per cental, $1.40; rolled barley, $1.15; mixed feed, $1.15; fetd meal $1 45. Grain and Hay. Barley—Brewing, $email@example.com; feed, 90® 105. Corn—Large yellow, per cental, $1.10(581.20: small yellow, $firstname.lastname@example.org. Oats—No. 1, percental, $1.50. Wheat—No, 1, per cental, $email@example.com; No. 2, $firstname.lastname@example.org. Hay—OatNo. 1, $14; wheat No. 1,513: bar ley No. 1, $14: alfalfa No. 1, $13; No. 2 grades $1 lower all around. Straw—Barley, per ton, $8.00; wheat, $.800. Poultry and Kegs. Poultry—Hens, $0.00556.25 per dos.; young roosters, $6®|0.25; old roosters, $5.00: broilers, email@example.com; ducks, $7@sß; geese, $1.00 per head: turkeys, 16@17c. per pound. loos—Fresh ranch, 16@17c; eastern, no market. Dairy Products. Buttkr—Fancy roll, 55®«0c: choice. 500 52!4c, fair, 40@45c- eastern, per lb., 25@30c. Cheese — Eastern 14@15c: California, large, 13(«0i4e; small, 16@17c; three pound hand, 16@18c. Honey and Beeswax. Honey—Comb, lib forms, 14tjftl0a; extract ed, o@BHc. Beeswax—22®26c. Natl. Almonds—Soft shell, 15@16c; paper shell, 10921 c; hardrhell, B@loc. Peanuts—Raw. 3®sc per lb; roasted, s@Bc. Walnuts—Hard shell, 6@Bc; soft shell, 9911 c. Dried Fruit*. Amis—Evaporated, 90100. Apricots—Bleached,6@B; gun dried, 4@5. Fios—California, 14(910. Peaches—Fancy evaporated, unpeeled,7fflßc: peeled, 14@16c; sun dried, unpeeled, s(fl)7c. PRUNEs-Fancy, 8@10c: choice, 7(88. Raisins— London luyers, $l.r>firstname.lastname@example.org; loose Muscatels, Sl.oo@Sl.2ft per box; Sultana, seed less, 8c per lb. Fresh Fruits. Apples—Local, per box, 5i.00i41.50: eastern, per bbl, $4 50C45.00. Cranberries— Per bbl. $9.50®!0.00. Bananas—Per bunch, 12.50(43.50. Lemons—Cured, 12.50@4 per box: uncured, email@example.com. THE COURTS. United States Circuit Court. John Boyle, Jr, vs James P Welch—lnjunc tion continued pending litigation on bond. Superior Court. DEPARTMENT ONE. Arthur Augsbury—lncorrigible; not com mitted. , Sarah J Augsbury—lnsanity; committed to asylum. DEPARTMENT TWO. Kstate of Joseph R Crowell—Petition granted. Kstateof John Lane—Continued. Kstate of Charle" A itosby—Continued. Kstate of Harry Haskins—Letters granted. Kstate of Nadeau—Submitted. M II Lordon vs X WtGraunls— Dissolved. DEPARTMENT THREE. San Gabriel Laud and Water company vs Den nis—Ou trial. Bternes vs Cleary—Decree granted. Cogswell vs Los Angeles and Glendale rail road—Continued. DEPARTMENT FOUR. W L'avltt vs M C Spence Homer i' Kail appointed guardian William Rorick. Schafcr vs Doggel—Sheriff authorized to amend returns. Kincaid vs California Central rallroac—On trial. People vs Lyman Ayres—False pretenses; on trial. DEPARTMENT SIX C F de Alvirado vs Rawson—Continued to Marc h 4. W H Landreth vs J J Holloway—Continued to Marco 17th. C Cole vs Ida D Wilcox—On trial. Today's Calendar. UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURT. United States vs. Smith—Robbery. Superior Conrt. DSPARTMENT ONE, E. H. Boyd—False pretenses. Macnnio Tapto—lo be sentenced. Harry Williams—Arraignment for forgery R. Daniels—Arson. DEPARTMENT TWO. Estate of Perret, minor vs. estate of John Godfrey Grasc. Estate of Gioconio Tononi. Estate of W H. R. Montague, Kstate of John J. Lane, v* r *«THMl three. Los Angeles. Pressed Brick and Terra Cotta company vs. Main and Tenth-street Hotel com pany. Light vs. Richardson. DEPARTMENT FOUR. Hollenbeck vs. Schuable. DEPARTMENT FIVE, People vs. Lymtß Ayers. DEPARTMENT SIX.' Mason vs. Rogers. New Suits Filed. The lollowing new suits were Died in the county clerk's ofhee yesterday: Estate of Jerome I Case, deceased—Petition for probate on property ln Los Angeles county valued at $.">o.<>oo. Harrington Brown vs A H Smith et al—Com plaint on foreclosure. Los Angclts National Bank vs. C A Smith- Suit on a note for $500. H Jevnc vs S Gates—Suit on a note for $480. Southern Call fori ia Insurance Co vs San Ga briel Valley Rapid Transit Co—Suit on a note for $20,000. Securttv Loan aud Trust Co vs W H Shinn et al— Suit on a note for $000. Security Loan and Trust Co vs Walter Rose et al—Suit on a note for IdOO. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Wednesday. March 2,1892. T J Wilson et ux to Ellen E Redican—Lot 22, bl 4. City Center trt,l3-ll; $10 Ellen E Sedlcau to Mary T Reynolds—Same: $10. Whittier Cemetery Assn to James L German —E]4 lot I<>, bl G, Whittier cemetery, 42-43; $15. • W S Dorland et al to James L German—Lots 13 to 10. bl B. Dorland, Baldwin & Rust's sub Whittier, 21-14; $350. E E Hall et al to W H Nelswender—Lot 1, bl 20, Ban Gabriel, 16-31: $325. M E Wood to C M and G W Stimson—Lots 28, 41,42 and 43, Chapman trt, 12-36: $2000. J C fanning to R A Merry—Lot 32, E A Mil ler sub: lots 33, 34 and 35, Workman A Hell man's soil lot 2. bl 72, H 8. 16-51; $150. George Boelime et ux to George O Boeiime — Lot C, bl 168, Santa Monica, $600. Nora E Fix to W 1) Fowler—Lot 26, bl 11, Glcndora. 15-76; $1. In re estate I> M Durrell, deceased—Decree ef probate court settling final account and dis tribution. C Maholm to Frank McCarric—Lots 4 and 5, bl 3, Santa Fe Springs: $100. William Loehr et ux to Joseph Whitlock et al—N 3714 ieet lot 9, bl D, Brown A A«ams's subdivision bis D and X, south side Pico Btreet; $1000 Pro-videncia Land and Development com pany to George P. Wilshlre et al, executors— That portion rancho San Rafael, known as V Bt auary mountains; $10. frame to same—W % lot 2 and W \4 lot 3bl 54 aud lot 1 bl 85 Rancho Provldencia and Scott 43—47; $10 Same to same—Lots 11 13 15 bl A and lots 1 357 f> 1113 15 17 19 bl B Bub bl 28 Burbank 17—19; 110- Same lo same—AH of bis 1 15 snd 26 lots 3 and 8 bl 105, lots 3 5 and 6 bl 112, lots 3 and 4 bl 121 and lot 1 bl 122 Rancho Piovidencia and Scott; $10. Same to same—Lots 1 to 16 18and'30bl9: lots 9 and 15 bl 16; lots 2 8 10 12 13 and 14 bl 19; lots 1 2 4 5 6 to 11 13 and 15 bl 20; lots 1 and 3 bl 63: lots 31, 33 and 35 bl 72; lots 2 4 14 and 18 bl 73; lots 25 26 27 28 to 31 33 85 37 39 to 42 bl 74; lots 37 to 42 bl 76; and lots 3t05b178 Burbank 17—19: #10 A LThurman et ux to G W Stimson—Lot 16 bIC, Bonnie Highland tract Duarte 15—59; $200. II J Stewart to E F Spence—premises recorded in deeds 109-246; $10. Jessie L Hanison to Genevieve Barnes—Nß W NW md E"A SEJi NW X A sec 18 TIBR 10 W, BBM, $8000. Jose Mascarel to Mary V Hart—Rancho El Es corpion; fl. Sally Levy to Milton R Levy—Lot 2blM, Jones trt!9-40;$l. Mary J Rlggins to F.H Longley—Lot 3 Rig gins trt Pasadeda 7—5; $800. G 8 Eveleth et ux to Newton Claypool—Lot 5 Carlisle Heights Pasadena 28—11; $5. Ben Hazeltiae et ux .to George 8 Eveleth, same; $5. J E Marsh and J A Pirtle to R F Lotspeich, trustee—B % NE %BE y a sec 27 T2SR 04 W, SBM; $1. Jemima Allen to J Forman—Part lot 10, Slauson tract; also one acre adjoining, reserv ing right of way for pipe: $2200. C D Howry to Mrs. Mary Immel—Undivided % interest m lots 4. 4 aid 6 bl B.Washing ton Street tract, 21—62; $5. Same to same—Undivided 14 interest in lots 28, 32 and 33, Carter Grove tract, 11—88: $5. X L Atherton to Minerva T Rufsell—Lot 13 bl 6, Urmston tract, 11—10; $10. Mary J Prager to Charles Prager—9 83 acres, beginning at south corner Marrls vineyard; $5. Francisca Reyes de Melendez et al to Cata lina 8 Davarede—All of lots 27 and 29 sub bl 35lj> Ord's survey, lying east of Cleveland St.. $800. Caroline M Reynolds to Hiram D Gates—Lot 2, bl 3, C M Wells trt, 21—73; $600. Sheriff Gibson to Kerckhoff-Ouzner Mill and Lumber company— Lot 40, bl M, Mourse's add, Monrovia trt, 29— 34; also lot 11, BAG subdi vision part lot U, bl 2, Monrovia trt, 15—69; also lot 24, bl F, Bpence's add, Monrovia, 17—59; also 14 undivided interest lot 12, B & G subdivision part lot D, bl 2, Monrovia trt; $1325. George Rhosfr to Waldo 8 Waterman—Lot 5. bl 3. Ocean View trt No 1, 5—392; $5. Hannah Gilbert to Mrs Ellen X O'Brien—B \4 SI4NEUBSW, 8 34, T 77 N, R 12 W, U B Ml $10. KA 11 Smith to J M Bowsett, Jr—Lot 26, Mes erve's subdivision bl 156, Pomona, 5—173; $1200. C E Connor et ux to San Antonio Light and Power company—Lot 13 L D Connoi's sub bl 153 Pomona, 24—20; $300. Estate J P Fuller deed to J F Beady—Lot 1 bl 153 Pomona, 3—90; $5150. In re same estate—Order of superior court confirming sale. Thomas F Craft to Amorette 8 60 ft W 120 ft lot 2 Goodwin's sub 8)4 lot 8 bl B San Pasqual, 9—87; $1. C M Stimson et al to Oliver A Ivers, trustee- Lots 12 to 15 bl B and lots 10 to 12 bl C Brown ing's sub Mathews A Ficket trt: $2500. SUMMARY, Total number of transfers 42 With nominal consideration 24 Total consideration $27,750 00 Note—Figures separated by a dash represent the book and page of miscellaneous records. •'When some deep and immedicable wound" takes your breath away, don't lie down in de spondency, but send a boy with twenty-five cents to the nearest druggist for a bottle of Sal vation Oil. THE LOS ANGELES HERALD: THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 3, 1892. r > § 5 IU PT tt > r THE HOTEL. THE CROWNING EFFORT OF ALL HOTEII ON THE PACIFIC COAST! EIGHTEEN MILKS FROM LO3 ANGELES, via Redondo Railway and SRnta Fe Railroad. Hotel new and supplied with all modern imprcveme nls-elevator. IncandeiCeDt lfglttt, etc. Hot and cold water aud crates in all rooms. Halls and public rooms thoroughly warmed. Beautiful dining room, commanding a fine view ol the ocean. Flrst-clasa orchestia fer dining room ana ball room in constant attendance. Lawn tennis, billiards and other amusements. Splendid boating, fishing and surf bathing. Average winter ttmpttatbie, (11 d. tries. The murine and mountain views at Redondo are unrivalled and the sunsets beyond description. Table unsurpassed on tha coast. Management liberal and progressive. Teims mtdtiate. For further information address, F. B. PRUSSIA, Manager. TROY LAUNDRY CO., Main Office, 135 West First Street. Works, 715,717 and 719 North Main Street. We have our NEW LAUNDRY completed and are prepared to do an unlimited amount of work. We shall make a specialty of woolen blankets and lace curtains. Men's clothing cleaned. TELEPHONE 1081. Liebig World Dispensary, LOS ANGELES MIMICAL INSTITUTE. A MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTITUTE for the cure of all nervous and chronic diseases. Branch of the Dr. Liebig Co. of San Francisco, and now located at 123 South Main street, Los Angeles. They are the only Specialists in Los Angeles periorming the latest surgical operations re quired for a Radical Cure of Stricture, Hydro cele and Varicocele, etc. Urinary, Kidney and Bladder troubles quickly corrected. Special—Blood and Skin Diseases speedily, completely and permanently eradicated from the system. Nervous Debility, Sexual Weakness and Un fitness for Marriage yield readily to their mode of treatment, Infectious or Contagious Diseases, Loss ol Vital Power, Gleet, Spermatorrhoea, Unnatural Discharges and all delicate disorders peculiar to either sex positively cured, Those Buffering from Piles, Fistula and Rectal Diseases fully restored to health. All medicines compounded in their own La boratory and FREE TO PATIENTS. Long experience, with unparalleled success, is the best evidence of a doctor's skill. Thou sands successfully treated by correspondence. EXPERIENCED PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS, Bach eminent ln his specialty, selected for their skill and experience in treating Kervoui Private, Chronic and Complicated Diseases. Diseases Xreeitecl Successfully Nasal, Throat aud Lung Diseases: Diseases of the Digestive Organs: Constipation : Liver, Kidney and Bladder Complaints: Bright's Disease: Diabetea and kindred affections; Diseases c' the Bladder; Stricture, Fits, Nervoua Diseases, Lost Manhood, Piles. Diseases of Children and Women treated with unfailing success. Separate offices for ladies, and ln charge of the Staff Burgeons from San Francisco, who per sonally perform all surgical operations. They are graduates of one of the leading universities, and duly licensed as Physicians and Surgeons ln California, All Chronic Diseases and Deformities. The afflicted are informed that this institution Ib supplied with skill, ability, facilities and appliances for the successful treatment of all classes of disease and chronic ailments, no matter from what cause arising. Nervous De bility, Lack of Youthful Vigor in Men, the result of excesses, abuse, overwork or dissipa tion, positively cured. CONSULTATION AND ADVICE FREE. A iriendly talk may save you vearrs of suffer ing and perhaps your life. Out-of-town pa tients treated by correspondence. £. &y-A II Communications and Consultations Sacredly Confidential. If the Dr. Liebig Co. cannot cure you no power on earth can. Take one candid thought before il is too late. Those ruined in health by unlearned pretenders, and those whom other physicians have pronounced incurable, espec ially requested to try tho latest Improved methods now adopted. Each patient seen privately and Cures Guar anteed in Curable Cases. The Dr. Liebig Co. are the oldest, most reli able and successful San Francisco Special Sur geons and Physicians, and on account of thou sands of maltreated cases by so-called "Doctors" ln Los Angeles, they have opened Permanent Branch Offices in Los Angeles, at 123 South Main street. Call or write for particulars. Office hours, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.. 7 p.m to 9 p.m.; Sundays, 10 to 12 only. * H. Hiller, Pres't. 8. W. Hiixkr, Sec. Los Angeles Lamber Co., DIALERS 111 Lomber, Comet, Fir« Brick and flay, Etc. BAN PEDRO BT., Bet. Fourth and Fifth. Telephone 109. 9-29 tf P 0. Box 87. —2!T H Efc- BEAR VALLEY Irrigation Company (Main Office at Academy Music, Redlands, Cal.) Are still offering great inducements to settlers on the Tract of 21,000 Acres Which lies only eight and one-half miles from Redlands on the east and the same distance from Riverside on the west. Ten thousand acres are already sold; 5000 acres are being improved. Between three and four. hundred families are living there today, with Churches, Schools, Stores and Hotels. The Alessandro tract of 21,000 acres is equal to 35 square miles, and is 12 miles long by from 3 to 4 miles in width; a most Magnificent Valley With the finest soil in the world for orange and fruit culture, with the best water right in Southern California. No stone or brush on the land. People wonder at the great success and rapid growth of Alessandro until they have driven over the tract; then they are not surprised, and all exclaim THE HALF HAS NOT BEEN TOLD! Nature has truly been lavish with her gifts at Alessandro in regard to location and climate,! and we predict a much more rapid growth during the next two years than in the past year and a half of its existence. Full particulars, prices, maps,etc., can be obtained by calling on or writing to THEODORE CLARK, Manager Land Department, 13-3-tf REDLAfrDS, CAL. WAGON MATERIAL, HARD WOODS, IRON. STEE l_. Horseshoes and Nails, Blacksmith's Coal, Tools, Etc JOHN WIOHOBI, 117, 119 and 191 South Lo* Angelea Bt. ORANGE LANDS! GREAT BARGAINS-^ : AT : SOUTH RIVERSIDE. The finest Orange and Lemon Lands are found in this flourishing colonyfand the location is unsurpassed. GREAT ABUNDANCE OF WATER. j Another pipe line is about to be constructed, bringing additional lands under irrigation. PRICES EXTRAORDINARILY LOW. Water is sold with the land. No bonds; no uncertainty as to quantity or price of water. Water conveyed in pipes to the lands. The lands are adapted to the culture of all fruits common in Southern California. Here is the place for Homes and Investment. ORANGE HEIGHTS Is a new and attractive subdivision of a portion of the high mesa land of South Riverside Colony, and being frostless and not subject to injurious winds, offera special advantages for the culture of the The best authorities in Southern California commend these lands for the rais ing of Lemons. One syndicate is arranging; to plant 1000 acres in Oranges aad Lemons, one-half each. Aside from its wonderful advantages as a fruit-producing colony, South River side is an important manufacturing point. The Pacific Clay Manufacturing com- Eany's vitrified sewer and water-pipe works —the largest on this coast—are located ere; also the Porphyry Paving company, the Standard Fertilizing company and two pottery works. This is the shipping point for the famous Temescal tin mine plant. A company is now being formed to work on a large scale the finest cement rock found in the United States. This latter company will probably employ 200 or more men. The material is at hand for additional manufactories. The Town of South Riverside Contains numerous business houses, and there are churches, hotels, a bank]! and all other improvements necessary to make a thriving town. Come and see our new tract before purchasing elsewhere, taking the Riverside and San Bernardino train via Orange, leaving Los Angeles at 11 a.m. and 5 o'clock p.m. tJV For full particulars call on L_. X. GRAVES, Agent at Los Angeles, Bryson-Bonebrake Block; or address SOUTH RIVERSIDE LAND AND WATER GO. SOUTH RIVERSIDE, CAL. 12 21-eod-lm— s£T DR. HONG SOI, ST CONSULTATION Fit EX. ' 317 S. BROADWAY, NKAK THIRD, LOS ANGELES, CAL. DR. HONG SOI has graduated and received his diploma from the medical schools and uni versities in Canton, and made his first professional practice for many years in the hospitals of Canton and Hong Kong, China. He is the sixth of a generation of doctors in his family and has made thorough studies of all diseases of tha human body. The doctor has had wide experience as a physician, and during his long stay of six year* in Tos An geles, haß made many skillful cures. The doctor cures Consumption, Rheumatism, Asthma. C atarrh, Sick Heartaches. 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