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NEWS NOTES. United States Weather Office. r jport of observations taken at Los Angeles Hay 27, 1893: time. Bar. T • :07 a. m. 29.95: I »:07 p. m. 29 9bj ' Max. "■"> . 69: mln. tent 58. Rainfall for the season, 11,76 inches. INDICATIONS FO« TODAY. For Southern California: Fair but cloudy and foggy weather, with showers in the moun tains and along southwest ooast; south to west winds; nearly stationary temperature, except warmer at Los Angeles and Yuma. Rapid progress is being made by the force of laborers in beautifying the court house grounds. Bob Eckert denies the statement that the restaurant under tbe Los Angeles theater will close on June Ist. The record of patrons of the public library for May promises to be the largest in the history of the institution. Theodore Summerland will introduce a motion at the next meeting of the council abolishing tbe chain gang. Rev. J. H. Collins and Rev. Phillips will preach against the barbarous institution tomorrow. Monday, May 30th, being Decoration day, the postmaster's office, money or der and registry departments of the postoffice will be closed all day. The general delivery will be open from 10 to 11 a. m. Business carriers will make one morning delivery whicb will include tbe San Francisco mail. Other carriers will make their usual morning delivery. The Young Men's Republican club met last night on Second etreet at the old city hall. There was quite a large attendance, and the following officers to serve for the ensuing two years were elected: President, \V. F. X. Parker; vice presidents, J. M. Meredith, R. L. Horton, Harry Cooley, A. G. Rivera, A. L. Bates, T. A. Lewis, H. O. Crowley. Jay Hyland, W. W. Stockwell; secre tary, W. H. Davis; treasurer, George L. Arnold. After remarks by several pres ent, seventy-five members signed the roll. The meeting then adjourned until Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock, June Ist. All the old members are urged to be present at that meeting. PERSONAL. F. O. Darling cff Salton is at the Natick. Capt. A. W. Barrett has returned from the north. John L. Truslowi the Santa Fe's tall agent at Santa Barbara, was in the city yesterday. A. D. Shepherd, assistant general freight agent of the Southern Pacific at San Francisco, is in the city acting for Agent J. M. Crowley, who is absent for a short tfme. Frank £. Prescott, formerly of Los Angeles, and who lately was ticket agent and telegraph operator at the Santa Fe depot on E street, San Bernardino, has opened a law office in Redlands. Dr. H. C. Royer, who recently so suc cessfully managed the Arrowhead Hot Springs hotel, is in the city. The doctor is looking around for another opening, and as be is an excellent manager, hotel men will doubtless be glad to correspond with bjm. REPUBLICAN CONVENTION. One Fare for the Bound Trip by the Santa Fe. * The Santa Fe route will sell tickets to the Republican convention to be held in Minneapolis for one fare for the round trip, good for thirty days, with choice of routes returning. Tickets will be on sale June Ist and 2d. One fare for the round trip will also be made to the Democratic convention to be held in Chicago, and tickets will be on sale June 15th and 16th. for any further information call at city ticket office, 129 North Spring street. REPUBLICANS FOR MINNEAPOLIS. All persons desiring to attend the Re publican national convention, will be carried to Minneapolis at one fare for the round trip. Tickets good for thirty days. Passengers from Southern Cali fornia will only have one change of cars. The famous Burlington route is the official route of the delegation. For par ticulars and sleeping car reservations, call on or address, T. H. Duzan, Agent Burlington route, 204 S. Spring street, Los Angeles. Important Religious Meetings. Uev. A. B. Simpson of New York, president of the Christian alliance and general secretary of the International Missionary alliance, arrived last night. He will conduct a Christian alliance convention at Pasadena today, Tomor row Mr. Simpson will preach in Imman nel Presbyterian church in the morning, at Y. M. C. A. hall at Bp. m., the reg ular men's meeting, and in the First Baptist church in the evening. He will conduct a three days' convention, Mon day, Tuesday and Wednesday of next week, in the First Baptist church, cor ner of Broadway and Sixth street. The themes for Monday will relate to full ness of Christian experience, for Tues day to the speedy evangelization of the world and the Lord's coming, and for Wednesday to heal ing in the name of Jesuß and full redemption. Mrs. Simpson accom panies her husband, as also Miss Shep ard and Rev. Mr. Fuller, missionary from India, and they are most efficient assistants in the convention work. This series of meetings bids fair to stand far in advance of any ever held in this city, and while presenting gospel truth in some forms not as yet accepted or un derstood by all Christians, cannot fail to engage the closest attention of all who seek to know and enjoy the fullness of tbe blessing of the gospel of Jesus Christ." Mr. Simpson's spirit of love and meekness, and his clear presenta tion of scripture and experience, win the minda and hearts of even the moat unwilling. R. D. List, notary public. Legal papers care iully drawn. 127 West Second. Telephone 165. Removal. C. T. Paul.stoveß, hardware, etc., has removed to 130 8. Main. Visiting Cards Engraved At Langstadter's, 214 West Second. Tel. 762. Hotel Arcadia, Banta Mimics, Is now open for the tourists' season. Althouse Bros, in Business Again, with a large stock of fruits and vegeta bles 105 West First btreet. Call for Fredericksburg Beer. It is pure and wholesome. A large shipment of new hats in from Now York, at the New York Bazaar, 148 North Spring street. THE LOS "ANGELES HERALD; SATURDA f MORNING, MAY 28,1892. MEMORANDA. There will be no court on Monday on account of its being a legal holiday. The finest fish cook on the ooast is at tbe Grand View hotel, Catalina. G. A. R. suite, hats, cords and wreaths at Abernethy'a, 117 South Spring street. R. G. Cunningham, dentist, rooms 1 and 2 Phillips block, N. Spring street. The Grand View hotel at Catalina is first class in every respect. John Ward, the well-known tea man, is permanently located with the Pacific Tea company, 103 South Main street. Sheriff Gibson has just added a beau tiful cabinet for minerals to the furni ture of his office. Remember the Tailors' and Cigar makers' picnic at Main-street gardens Decoration Day, May 30th. Low rates over the kite-shaped track Sunday. Trains leave Santa Fe depot at 8:30 and 11 o'clock a. m., making the complete circuit. The Mills choir, with an orchestra of twenty-five pieces, will give a grand praise service at Simpson auditorium to morrow night. The proper caper tomorrow will be family picnics at Rustic cafion, Santa Monica. Trains leave Arcade depot 10:30 a. m., 1:17 p. m. Round trip 50 cents. Why is tbe Grand View hotel so pop ular? Because everything is first-class and charges are so reasonable. • Music hall, piano and bath house free to guests. More summer clothing at Abner nethy'p, 117 South Spring street. Sack and frock suits in medium and extra light weights, at the lowest living prices. Attraction extraordinary at Redondo Beach on Sunday next. Grand balloon ascension and double parachute jump. Take either Santa Fe or Redondo Beach railways. Eeight traina each way on Sundays. Rev. A. J. Wella will occupy Rev. J. S. Thomson's place in the Church of the Unity tomorrow morning. He will also preach in the evening. Subject in the evening: The Judgment Not a Future Event, but a Present Process. The Southern California railway (Santa Fe route) will sell low rate ticketa to San Diego and Hotel del Coronado Saturday, good returning Monday. Trains leave at 8:15 a. m. and 3:05 p. m., Santa Fe de pot, foot of Firat atreet. Redondo Beach will be well patronized Sunday. The train service of the South ern California railway (Banta Fe route) ia fine. Five (5) trains for the beach: 9 o'clock, 10, 10:55 a. m., 1:30 and 5:25 p. m. Fifty centa for the round trip Satur day and Sunday. Arrangementa are completed for the establishing of a Union Christian mis sion at 3306 South Main, near Jefferson street. The mission will be under the direction of Gospel Minister D. A. Wag ner, and the opening service, will take place on Sunday evening. The Knights of Robert Emmet will hold their annual picnic on Sunday, May 29,1892, at the Main-street gardens. All are cordially invited to attend, as tbe amusementb will be of a firat-class order. Take the Main-street cars. Get off at Jefferson street. For Decoration day we recommend the public our complete stock el memorial designs, made up of immortelles, metal and porcelain flowers. Great display of novelties in this line. Designs of fresh flowers made up on short notice. Ger main Fruit company's seed and floral de partment, 145 South Main street. Tbe popular society known as the Knights of Robert Emmet will hold their annual picnic on next Sunday, May 29tb, at the Main-street gardens. No doubt it will be a grand success ac usual, since the entertainments, balls and picnics given by this organization are most ad mirably conducted, being always free from that rough and uncouth element that generally frequent such places of amusement. The members carefully guard tbe good name of their hero, and therefore will not tolerate anything that may have a tendency to dishonor him whose memory they love and cherish as dear as life itself We would suggest, therefore, that all those wishing a good day's amusement amongst the Knighte of Emmet would take the Main-street cars, get off at Jefferson street and enjoy the hospitality of the sons of the martyr and hero. Dr. McSwegan, who vißited tbe world's hospitals for three years, has resumed practice at 316 South Spring street. THE BUSY BEE SHOE HOUSE. The Closing; Out/Hale of Patrick Bros.' Stock Continues With Unvarying Suc cess. For Today we have laid out an elaborate pro gramme of bargains, We want to wind up a week's rushing business In a royal manner, with royal bargßins. Here we are for Today! Today! Misses' and children's fine dongola kid button shoes (with heels), sizes 4 to 7, 8 to worth $1.50 to $2,50 a pair, on sale Friday and Satur day at 75c a pair. Today! Today! Tbe balance of our misses' spring heel patent tip Oxford ties at 50c a pair. Today! Today! The greatest $2.50 shoe on the face o* the earth. Ladies' dongola kid button shoes that Patrick Bros, wholesaled to dealers at $2.50, we place on sale at $2.50 a pair. Today we continue the sale of our famous ladles' hand-turned French kid $(J. 50 shoe for $4 a pair. The greatest shoe Patrick Bros, ever sold to dealers for $48 a dozen. Our price $4 a pair. Today we place on sale a line of men's French calf shoes Patrick Bros, always wholesaled at $3.50, for exactly their wholesale price, $3.50 a pair. They are really worth $6. Men's genuine Australian kangaroo shoes, well worth $8 a pair, on sale at $3.50. Freeh from Patrick Bros, wholesale stock. Men's russet goat lace shoes, worth $3.50 a pair, fresh from Patrick Bros, wholesale stock and now on sale at $2 a pair. Baby shoes at 15c. Ladies' house slippers at 40?. O'Beilly & Thompson, 201 N. Spring Street. The Only John L. Will find on the night of September 7th he will need something to keep him awake. Arbuckle's coffee is just the thing, and until after that date the Pacific Tea company, 103 South Main street, will sell it for twenty-five cents a pound. Lumber Delivered Anywhere ln the Oity. Let us figure your bill at lower prices than over. Willamette Lumber Co., Bedondo. Drink John Wieland's Beer. Unsurpassed for quality and taste. If Tou Need a Truss or Shoulder Braoe Call on Jobn Beckwlth & Son, druggists, 303 N. Main St., junction Temple and Spring, No trouble to show goods. A fit guaranteed. Summer lap dusters at Foy's old reliable sad dlery house, 315 North Los Angeles street. Broadway market. Fish, 7H cents a pound. You Get More For Your Money in buying Cleveland's baking powder than any other because it goes farther, lasts longer, and you don't have to buy so often. Government and State official tests show Cleve land's the strongest of all pure cream of tartar baking powders, hence the most economical. WARREN THE ORATOR. A University Boy Wins the Prize. The Southern California Oratorical Association's Contest. Result of the Annual Convention Yester day—The Contest Last Evening. Orators and Their Subjects. The annual convention of the South ern California Inter-Collegiate Oratorical association was held in the University of Southern California, at University place yesterday afternoon. Delegates from Pomona college, Occidental college and University were present. A number of amendments were made to the constitution. It was voted to hold the next annual oratorical contest in Los Angeles on the first Friday in May, 1893. Occidental college was given the first place on the programme for that time; Pomona col lege, second place, and the University of Southern California, third place. Officers for the ensuing year were elected as follows: President—D. C. Porter, University of Southern California. Vice-President—H. P. Dilworth, Oc cidental college. Secretary—D. P. Barrows, Pomona college. The members of tbe convention were : Officers: President, Arthur Smith; secretary, A. E. Owen, Pomona college; vice-president, A. B. Embree, University Southern California. Delegates: Occidental college, Mr. Parker and D. M. Brook man; Pomona college, Mr. Brink and Miss Sanborn; University of Southern California, C. E. Lloyd and F. N. Lapham. ORATORICAL CONTEST. The first annual contest of tbe Inter- Collegiate Oratorical Association of Southern California took place last even ing in Y. M. C. A. hall, before an appre ciative, if not a large, audience. The students from the three colleges repre sented, tbe Pomona college, Occidental college and University of-Southern Cali fornia, turned out in force to cheer their representative contestants. They were heralded by their colors. At 8:15 p. m., President Smith called the meeting to order. Professor Parker of Occidental college offered the invocation. Mias Maud Snook and Professoi Bacon rendered a vocal duet, Dews of the Sum mer Night, (Dudley Buck.) H. W. Cumminga, the rising young elocutionist from the nniveraity, ren dered the declamation Cataline'a Defi ance in strong, earnest style. Miss Maude Roberta sang a vocal solo, My Lady's Bower. The first contestant on the programme, David P. Barrows, of Pomona college, spoke from the topic Two Patriots. He said that the history of Mexico ie a pre eminently sad one. He reviewed the history proving this. But in the midst of all tbe oppression of the tyrants of that country there was one who thought of liberty and proceeded to action. Hidalgo was his name. Taking advan tage of his matchless oratory he brought his countrymen to see what they might realize in liberty. He raised an army and going against the City of Mexico, bis untrained army was defeated. He retreated. Defeat followed defeat, and on this retreat he was betrayed and shot, but he had planted the tree of lib erty deep, and death did not wash it away. Liberty seemed to have been killed, but only for a time, for years later Be nito Vaurez, an Indian, came to the front with the principle again. He rose from humble origin, securing an education as best he could. He rose through many steps until be was made president of the republic of Mexico, and by his brilliant victories placed his na tive country before tbe world as an in dependent country. He did not win this distinction for himself, but, patriot like, he bent all his energies for his country. T. R. Warren of the University of Southern California was tbe second speaker. His subject was: One Man Power and Democracy. He started out by quoting Victor Hugo's prophetic re mark: "While America will say in the twentieth century, 'What,had I slaves?' Europe will say, 'What, had I kings?'" He followed this with a review of his tory, showing the growth of freedom from the time when oppression, or one man power, ruled the world, up to the present time, when all around the world freedom, or democracy, is recog nized as the right thing. The source of power, in a monarchy ia the monarch ; in the democracy, the people. The civ ilization of the nineteenth century is due to the rule of democratic principles. Woman is crowned where this princi ple reigns. promotes peace, the peo ple have no king to fight for. Religious liberty ia given to the peo ple. The chains of feudalism are broken. With the continuation of the growth of freedom it will truly be that from pole to pole liberty will rule. H. Percy Dilworth of Occidental col BORN. YOUNG —May 26th, to Mrs. Rev. wfs. Young, a sod. DIED. BROGDON—In this city. W. J. Brogdoa of Yuba lodge, No. 5. t O. O. F., Maryßville, Cal. Friends and acquaintances and all Odd Fel lows are respectfully Invited to attend the funeral, Sunday, May 20, 1892, at 2 p. m , from Orr & Hutch's undertaking parlors. THE HAMMAM BATH, 230 SOUTH MAIN STREET. Turkish. Russian, Roman, Sulphur, Electric, Massage and Complexion baths scientifically given. Ladles department open 8 a.m. to tin m. Gentlemen's department open day and night legeapoke on The Character of Gen eral Gordon. Hie wae a noble life. He had a keen sense of humor, even in the midst of danger. Wealth was not his god, and he refused many presents which would have made him rich. His intense love for suffering humanity led him to bestow even his honors on hie brethren. He was a true Christian. The crowning part of Gordon's character was simple, childlike faith in God. The whole world was thrilled by hia exam ple of sacrifice to duty. Mrs. Stella Carver and Miaa Martha Winana played a piano duet, De L' Eliaire D' Amore, (Vilbac.) D. M. Brookman recited a temperance piece entitled The Modern Cain. The Pomona Glee club sang a song. The judges awarded first prize to Mr. T. R. Warren of the University of South ern California, and second prize to Mr. Dilworth of Occidental college. Found, At the drug store, a valuable package, worth its weight in gold. My hair has stopped falling and all dandruff haa dis appeared since I found skookum root hair grower. Ask your druggist about it. 7:30. 7:30. 7:80. This morning, at 7:30 sharp, we are offering 100 dozen new and stylish neck wear at the extreme low figure of twenty-five centa each. Our word for it, they are the greatest value that we have ever offered during our neckwear season. I. L. Lowman, Leading haberdasher, 120 S. Spring at. For Pure lee Cream For weddings, parties, etc., call at Ebinger's, Third and Spring streets. All orders promptly attended to. Tel. 610. Special Today. Special Today. We are offering a line of all silk neck wear, Windsors, tecks, bows and four in hands, for twenty-five cents each; worth double the price. I. L. Lowman, Leading haberdasher, 120 S. Spring st. Undelivered Telegrams. Undelivered telegram at the Western Union telegraph office, corner of Main and Court streets, May 27, 1892: F. G. Ryan. TERRIBLE ITCHING. Used Everything Five Months—ln Three Weeks not a Scar or Pimple. Cured by Cuticura. When my baby was three mouths old his cheeks and fotehead b> gan to break out with white pimples on red surlace. Tn a few days itching'commenced. which was terrible. After he would rub it, matter would ooze from the points. In a short time j&Wf i)''iSssssV v B P r e«d over the top i. ifmnmL o! llls head, then scabs / 3 soon formed on head mijil * ' l ,ua ' ace- We nBea WW I everything we could ■af I hear of for nearly five mw A. hio ntng . It grew worse ,31 ! flsWja all the time. I saw your ffin * W advertisement of the V** t —a f Cuticura Remedies in >JL , 2* / the "Chicago Weekly." \ ifloN / We purchased Cun sjßJjm cuba Remedies and m t commenced their use. In three weeks' time there was not a sore or pimple, not even a scar, on head or face. He is nineteen months old now, and has no sign of the disease. His scalp is healthy and he has a beautiful head of hair. (See portrait herewith.; MRS. OSCAR JAMES, Woodston, Kan. My infant, eighteen months old, was afflicted with skin eruptions.on his hips. Had sores came on other parts. All remedies failed until I procured Cuticura. Cured a year and no return of disease. MRS. M. A. WALKER, Carsonville, Qa. CUTICURA RESOLVENT The new Blood Purifier, internally (to cleanse the blood of all impurities and poisonous ele ments), and Cuticura, the great Bkin cure,and Cuticura Soap; an excqulsue Bkin Beautlfler, externally (to clear the skin and scalp and restore the hair), have cured thousands of cases where the suffering was almost beyond endurance, hair lifeless or all goDe, disfigure ment terrible. What other remedies have made such mai yelous cures? Sold everywhere. Price, Cuticura, 50a, Soap, 25c; Resolvent, $1. Prepared by He Potter Drug and Chemical Corporation, Boston. «ssT-Bend for "How to Cure Skin Diseases," 6(pages, 50Illustrations,and 100 testimonials. 13 A CV'Q Skin and Scalp purified and Leauti- DrVD I ij fled by Cuticura Soap. Absolute ly pure. t ACHING SIDES AND'BACK, Hip, Kidney, and Uterine Pains and Weaknesses relieved in one minute by the Cuticura Antl- Paln Plaster, the first and only ng plaster. Af"\ DOCTOR WHITE'S DISPENSARY ' Treatment, $10 a Month. Permanent Cures Guaranteed for $20, medicines in cluded. Sr. White is the oldest, only reliable and most successful Private, Nervous and Chronic Disease Doctor ln the city. No amateur doctors employed. No surgical staff(?) fake. No swindling patent medicines for sale. Special diseases treated skillfully and promptly cured. Syphilis, Gonorrhoea. Gleet. Stricture, Seminal Weakness, Impotency, Varicocele, Nervous Debility. Sexual Indifference of both sexes, Bladder, Kidnef, Skin and Blood dis eases quickly and permanently cured. Consultation and examination free to those taking treatment. Dr. White's Dispensary, 116 East First street, Boons 12,13,14,15. MRS. A. MENDENHALL, Hair Dressing and Toilet Parlors, 107 N. Spring St., Room 23 Schumacher Block. Fine line of hair switches, $1.60 and up wards. Best hair curler, 25c each Manicur ing for ladles and gentlemen. Shampooing, cutting and curUng. Bleaching anddyeingi specialty. A full line of toilet preparations Shampooing done at residences if desired. 5-23 lm PECK, SHARP & NEITZKE 00., Undertakers and Kmbalmers. No. 140 North Main St., Los Angeles, CaL Always open. Telephone No. 61. Liß9 H ' Eighty Different Styles and Sizes from $P to $200. Mm Pacific Coast Agent, M 413 North Main Street, ■•UJ Los AN'ielbn, Cal. w^B^^*^,^ ,^^™^^^^^^p^, ™ i » 3-2B 3m NICOLL THE ) XSASL \ sS-l I34S ,gB U L H o - ST ,^'ri s . (l.) Making: fashionable garments from goods that are stylish and not out of date. (2.) Asking cash prices, that is, prices with no profits added to cover bad debts. (3.) A purpose to please the customers, and every day is a schoolmaster for us in that direction. Upehot of it is, we're doing the Tailoring Business of this Oity. TROUSERS, to order $ 5,00 up. SUITS, to order 20.00 up. OVERCOATS, to order 18.00 up. Tou see the same prioes elsewhere, but th»7 have a very, very different meaning when Niooll's nam* is alongside. NICOLL THE TAILOR for — -== =—=SPRING SUITINQSI $P- r^tr—> PTT/71IT 1/nTII Universal Household Remedy. O M M Yr I U Used Internally and Externally. ?" £22 t l 'J-'2si 1/1 insomnia, Catarrhal Affections, for largest number —— — _ . _ _ of notes cut from Hemorrhages, Inflammations, oirouiararoundhot- r VTD JI HT Throat Affections, Influenta, LA 1 IvnU 1 . » ene r al W T ? akneB f; Nervonmeaf, Sprains. Ulcers. Pains. Wonnds. r / CANCERS and TUMORS _ Cured or no pay; no kW mm kntfe or pain. Testi monlala and treatise free. Female and Lung WIT trouble also a specialty. V 211 W.First St., lLos Angeles. 4-27 3m 8. R. OHAMLET, M. D. PASTEUR HOSPITAL, 230 S. MAIN ST., (Over Hainmam Baths.) S S Continue to treat with wonderful success all Specifio diseases of Men and Women. Gon orrhoea, Gleet, Strioture, Lost Manhood, Weakness of Sexual Organs, Night Emis sions, Urinary and Kidney trouble, Blood and Skin diseases. Syphilis thoroughly eradicated from the system. Offices equipped with all late appliances, and ln charge of graduates of the best colleges ln America. Medicines free to patients. Office Hours: 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.: Sundays, 10 to 12 only. Kin m . VLLJUU 1 LosGatos.Cal. Liquor, Opium and Tobacco Diseases and Neurasthenia Permanently Cured. The only branch in California of the world-renowned Keeley Institute of Dwight, 111., is located at Los Gates, Santa Clara county, 55 Miles South of San Francisco. This treatment has been tested by time and has a triumph ant record of more than Fifty Thousand patients treated and PERMANENTLY cured. IT IS NOT A SOBERING UP PROCESS, BUT EFFECTS IN EVERY CASE A PERMANENT CURE without harm or pain to the patient. Write to KEELEY INSTITUTE, 4-' lm Los Gates, Cal. P— DBALER lif- SeW ss4 Bteoid-Hsss Carpets, Mattresses and Stoves. Prices low lor spot cash, or will sell on Install ments. 481 SOUTH SPRING STREBT. Between Fourth and Fifth Streets. Telephone 984. P. Q. box 1921. 7-21-tf M. LANDSBERG, TAILOR 10- Suits made to order in the Latest Style*. Cleaning, Dyeing and all kinds of Tailoring Work promptly and neatly done. Fine stock to select from. NO. 127 EAST FIRST STREET, Between Main and Los Angeles Sts., LOS ANGELES, CAL. 5-25 lm Plaited Lace Tarn O'Shanters! For Children, Misses and Ladies, are the latest hit this season. We have procured the agency for those hats, and are able to seU them at re markably low prices. Call and see them. THE DELIGHT, 307 SOUTH SPRING STREET. ' TEN ACRES Of the best Unimproved Orange Land bought on easy terms ie better than a life insurance policy, for yon begin to get your money back at the end of four years, and from that time an annual income of from $1500 to $3000 per Year. Nothing pays better, and it ia sure. Buy lO Acres of itanJro -:- Land TODAY, And lay the foundation of your fortune. Yon can see for yourself how it is done. 10 ACRES OF ALESSANDRO ORANGE LAND At the present price, with navel buds at present price, will coat at the end of four years, even if yon hire all your work dove, less than $4000. The above includes cost of land, grading, flaming, trees, water, and care of same for four years. Now, if you took oare of your own orchard, planted vegetables and berries between the trees, which would pay your expenses from the start, you can readily see the truth of the above assertion. Of course we are only speaking of ALESSANDRO The moat lovely valley in Southern California: the beat orange land in the State, and the land that those who know it beet call , God's Own Country. For full particulars, apply to THEODORE CLARE, Manager Land Department, Bear Valley Irrigation Co., REDLANDS, CAL. LAST & FISK, WINE AND LIQUOR MERCHANTS, 131 N. MAIN ST. LOS ANGELES, CAL. Bole Agents for Southern Calif oral*, inhenser-Busch Brewing kociation, STANDARDI ORIGINAL BUDWEIBERI PILSENER EXQUISITE I (St. Louis bottling,); FOR SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. A carlo&i of each has Just arrived and 1* ready for distribution among the trade. 8-313 m . Telephone 88.