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Los Angeles Daily Herald.
vol. xrx.
I) ATI A HERALD.
Hurjluhed every muniintf, Mcept Mondsy, liy
JOSEPH D. LYNCH.
IKHMS FOH DAILY HWRALD:
tf Hiiimui, by mail or express .SIO.OO
k month*, by mail or «->.prt*« 0.00
ret month* 2.M
Cmcliverid st C.uiurM, nta Wui, He,
WEEKLY HERALD.
PI'BLMHHO EVZRT SATURDAY MORNIINO
TBBM3:
One raw. by mall er express, one copy 13.0 C
-ix iv >;.ib*, by mail or express -75
mouths, by mail or •Rpcssft. 1.00
AOVKBTISEMENTS inaerted at rea*oiiable ratee
UT Ml kinds ot Job Work done to compete wife
l nuieisco In prico, style ami elegance of
• i.-kiiianshlp.
railroad. This wa? his home until he
left the city. While here he was the
owner of all the property known on the
old maps as Milwaukee property. Forty
acres that he aold along between 1836
aud lb4o for a few thousand dollars
are worth to-day $250,000. Many years
ago he deserted his family, and, iv com
pany with persona of bad repute, went
to California to start life anew. Bad
luck followed him,and reverses followed
reversos until he landed in a poor-houae
on the Pacitie slope. His death closes
an eventful career.
[Cincinnati Eoqalrer.]
Wbilu we were watching the bears*
walking uneasily around, on the oppo
aite aide of the pit stood a lady aud a
young chtlrl. the latter holding in her
arms a baby. They had not particularly
attracted attention nntil something fell
with a dull thud, and an unearthly
scream rang out that echoed over the
hills and drowned the steam whistle of
the dummy engine. A child'a cry, "Oh,
baby ia gonel" and sure enough, the
baby had fallen intojthe pit,hard onto the
stone floor. The female hour, Lizzie, rush
ed up and, placing her paw on its head,
tore open its breast, snd the young cnb
ran up and swallowed one of the baby's
legs. All was commotio!.. Tho frenzied
mother had famted, Col. Thompson just
matching her in time to Rave her from
jumping over into the pit. The baby's
head wns crushed between the jaws of
the huge.grizz.y at one mouthful, and
the cub tearing at tbe tiny toes of the
mangled corpse, when tbe mother, Lizzie,
scenting food, placed her huge paw, with
its long claws, on the dismembered
trunk and fiercely rent it in twain. "Oh.
save something, cried tine little gill, who
had carelessly let the baby (srll* and one
of the attend in ta, seizing a long pole,
brought up a shoe and a tiny pink piece
of tarlatan, but it was all that was left
of tbe fierce struggle, and gave it to the
cryiug little girl.
Fortunately, the baby was a doll-baby.
LATE TELEGRAMS.
[.PCOLaI, TO THE HERAI.M
O'Brien Balled Ont.
Sas Francisco, June 25.— J. J. O'-
Brien, the late Assistant Secretary of
the Harbor Commission, was released
yesterday from custody on furnishing
$13,750 bail ou sixteen charges against
him.
Hanlan to Become a (Jhleauoan.
Chicaoo, June 25.—Edward Hanlan,
the champion oarsman, declares his in
tention to became a resident of this city.
He expresses the (hope of beating all
records this summer and then stop row
ing.
The l ulted Mtatoa Ooa't Want
Them.
W Artit isutun, June 25.— Secretary
Teller has received copies of the pub
lished dispatches from Generals Scoiield
and Crook regarding the treatment of
the Apache captives. Tho Secretary
will insist that those Indians be kept oil
the San Carlos Reservation and says that
.Secretary Lincoln wfll co operate with
him to tbe end. Secretary Teller will
leave Washington for Chicago to* night,
to be absent ahout a week.
NKW ADVERTISEMENTS.
OrXiaivn
Vocal & Instrumental
CONCERT.
"For God and Home and Native
Land."
To be omm ai tha Fort Street M E. Church,
Friday Eve*. Jnne S», '83.
FROaRAMniI! z
PART I
1 Urend Organ 8010—...v ie, :i.... . Faow
(b)Medltation
ALMHT JhktLL.
HliS MWU.IK HOBBS
I \ j!>l *.k'l
MltS. » I. I. H.VIS
i. Inalniniental Solo 'hryataUoo' Olaa,
DR. Ll'llii.
«. Vocal Duet-"Land of SmiiowV ""TnT
MR. JAS.BOOTH SWISS FANNIE l.till. H AKT.
1. Total *>io-"\Vlth what Rapture.' (Maaaa
eeirl) Virdi.
MHH, DR. 11. B. BIRD.
6. Cornet Solo—Selected
MX ft F.IXLEY.
PART II
7. Plan ) Solo-"Allce." .taenia.
MRS. DH. lilCACll.
.. Vojol Sola --'"rile Dumb Wife," (by reijae.t.)
DR. BIRD.
9. Vocal Solo ' Bolero," (Vunres :,;uilann.).. .
Van.
MRS. HUUOH.
10. Violin Solo- "Aye Maria," fprjan .ml piano
acoompaiinent.)!
MR. ROBERT PAULSEN
11. Vocal Solo- "She Wore a Wreath ol Ron-.''
MR J.lllk BOOTH.
l i Vocal Trio- "Down Among the Lilliea."
MISH FAN'NIK LOCK II ART, MX JAS.
BOOTH anil MR. ROBERT FAUUEM
IS. Otjtn Solo—GK4«D Mabch
MISS UOLLIE HOBBS
TICKETM. I'IWV CENTM.
let*
TURNVEREIN HALL.
MR BEN TEAL, StagUanaier
THE CREAT DRAMATIC EVENT!
Thursday and Friday Evenings
SATURDAY MATINEE,
Jnne '4Hf.li and fMh, IfSS.
TlicKEB POCKET BOOK!
tUVEHLY'B CALIFORNIA THIATRf.
A OREAT COMPANY. OIIAND SCENFI'.V
AND EFFECTS.
Act I—The murder. Act 1- In mill ocean.
Act S-Th. dM.rt. Act 4 -Franca. Art 6-The
Marquis d. Mond.l.l. ActG-"Heaven alone can
SATURDAY EVCNINC, JURE 30,
ti ■CH A f1 L NTKOVOI'»'.
ADMISSION, Dr.- Or. ka. fcl.VO.
UaU.ri, .40
Seeurlj your ieat, in advance. Boa about vow
opao at Day & Bro«ru'a music atora, op(.oaile the
I' Jstofflce No extra charge to reser.c. Je24tf
coast
LAND BUREAU.
President, tt: it.Ml Eastnn; Viec-Pvciident and
Clen. Manager, dp". W. Prink; Ai: tionear, J. 0.
Eldridge: Rani re. P Ii win..
NO. 22 MOrITCOMEnV STREET, 8. F.
Agent for the Hale of lands of the Central Pacific
aml Southern Pacific Railroad*.
LIBERAL CREDIT BALE
7000 AOBES
CHOICE IRRIGATED VINEYARD
FRUIT AND ALFALFA LANDS,
Within Three Miles of the Flourialiing Town of
Freauo, and on main Irrigation Canals.
MATI'BDAV. Jl 11 71 h, ISaiS,
M 2 o'clock P M.. at
FRESNO CITY HALL,
Fresno City, Fresno County, Cel.
WF. WILL BELL AT AUCTION ON LIBERAL
credit, ten sections of the choicest Vine, Fruit
and Alfalfa Uud in the Stnte, joining the r'r.si.o
and Central Colonies, ami being a part uf the
BANK OF CALIFORNIA TRACT,
In subdivisions to suit. Adapted to Vim-vanis
Alfalfa and Uencral Fannlrnf. Within vii.c
uf San Francisco, antl possessing one of tho mont
healthful ami delightful climate* in the world.
For throat or lung com plain Is, the dry air of this
■action always relieves and often cures. The
lend li level, slightly Incllninr towards the went;
free from brush, alkali, and other impediments.
The soil is a rich, sandy loam of great, fertility,
nnd will stand free irrigation without bakiag.
The svritem nf irrigation is inch that each owner
of Und will be able lo take Mater irom a main
canal on hie own Und.
Alio Meet lon £ft, Totvntsliip IS,
Month. Kanfri- 40 Kant, very choice m-
Itwted from a large body of land.
Also—The Washington Colony Cheese Factory.
Thi* building i* weiljftilted to factory purposes,or
would make a fine wine cellar, or fruit dryer or
• ..nnery, which are necessities In tho vicinity.
Includes 20 acres, with water right amis cottage.
Most liberal tonne. Title perfect. One-fourth
cash, balance in one, two and three years. In
terest, eight uer cant, per annum.
It is the moat desirable lend now offend in this
market, aud we court comparison with any other
land in the State, with water right and canal Io
Mi I. quarter eeutiun, in subdivisions of any size.
Kvciiraion trains will leave Han Francisco on
•lw] Wh. TWWSi for round trip, good for nine
i'or maps, circulars, reports, letters, apply to
THE PACIFIC COAST LAND BUREAU,
Offloe, No, 22 Montgomery street, San Francisco
Or to W F. HABER, Fresno. JelW&w
PARNELL TESTIMONIAL.
Tbe Commute* appointed to collect for th*
Peruell Testimonial arc requested to report st a
meeting to b» held on Sunday, the Sitb Inst., at
i o'clock, in the Dovrnev Block.
Jel7 *W JNO. KENEALY.
The Femrfal Flood*.
Chicaoo, Jane 25.—The Journal's
Alton, His., special says tbat the mag
nitude uf the disaster from floods below
tbe city is just beginning to be dis
closed. Th~e break of tbe dyke below
this city has caused a destruction cover
ing a wide area. The Suey Carte bot-
Uins ore ruined for tbo year. Thous
ands of families are homeless and are
fleeing before the floods, and stock to
the number of six thousand head are al
ready drowned in the American Bot
toms. Telegraph communication is in
terrupted.
Pat. per lassmla-rante to thi a
tonntry.
New York, Jane 25.—The Emigra
tion Commissioners held a special meet
ing to consider measures to pre veat pau
per immigration from Groat Britain.
This action is called for in view of the
large arrivals of pauper immigrants yes
terday. Commissioner Stevenson said
that he had procured affidavits from sev
eral immigrants, showing them to
bave been inmates of poor-houses in
Ireland and to bave been induced
to come to this country by work house
masters from whom thoy bad received
passage tickets and small sums of money.
The Commissioner considers the landing
ot paupers largely duo to the manage
ment at Castle Garden. He recommends
to the inspectors that after further dis
cussion it be resolved to instruct tbe
Secretary of the Board to detaiu all im
migrants proved to Lave been
sent here by funds furnished
by the English government and
to appoint a Committee of the Board to
wait on the Collector and present the
affidavit taken in regard lo such HtN
and ask the steamship companies w):i>'h
brought such emigrants here to be com
pelled to return tbem to the pjrt
whence they came ut their own
expense. While the meeting waa
iv progress, tbe Commissioners
were informed that the steamer
Anc hum had just arrived with immi
grants whose passages were paid hy the
British government, and who were pau
pers. It was resolved not to allow the
Anchoria's passengers to land uatil the
Inspector made a thorough investiga
tion. The Commissioners express them
selves determined to put a stop to tbe
landing of pauper emigrants from foreign
countries.
Mexleo llaa uu Use for Them.
Galveston, June 25.—A Newt special
no ii El Paso, says: Don Luis Torres,
Governor-elect of Sonor*, in a conversa
tion regarding General Crook, stated
that it the captured Indians were put on
the reservation now and escaped again
into Mexico, that country would hold
the .American government responsible
for all depredations committed by them
upon Mexican citizens.
Mob Law.
Vienna, La., June 25.—UuLe, the
oo lured man who entered the sleeping
apartment of tho Misses Cooper, in this
parish, two weeks ago, it is supposed
with criminal intent, was found by a
body of his pursuers to-day aud was
shot to death.
Hardships* in l.uhradoi'.
Quebec, June 25. -Great distress is
reported among the lishing families
along the Ijahrador Coast owing to the
detention of tho Spring supplies by the
jam of Gulf ice along their snores. It is
feared some deaths from starvation have
already occurred.
The queen h Court,, ion.
London, June 25. - The Queen's con
dition is greatly improved. tShe walked
from the train to her carriage on its ar
rival at Windsor from Balmoral, The
Queen has invited the painter Angelo to
England to take a life-sued portrait of
herself, which she will present to Em
peror William on the 25th anniversary
of his assumption of the regency of
Prussia.
The Man Who Owned Milwaukee.
I Milwaukee Special u> Chic, Tribune. |
There died at an early hour this morn
ing, at the home of the Little (Sisters of
the Poor, a man with a somewhat re
markable career—Capt. James Sander
son, who, a soore of years ago, was
known by nearly every inhabitant of
Milwaukee. During the last few years,
since his dowufall, hit old friends have
lost sight of him. .Tamea Sanderson
came to Milwaukee from Cleveland as
master of the schooner Nancy Dousman,
in 1835. He was a man whom the old
settlers cannot fail to remember from his
many eccentricities and peculiarities.
He was a native of Massachusetts and
was a man of more than average ability.
At one time he was possessed of large
means, but he waa reduced to poverty
long before his death. A year ago nows
reached the city tbat ho was living in a
poor-house iv Oregon. The pionoers
raised a puree and sent for him, and se
cured a good home for him with the Lit
tle Sisters of the Poor. In years gone
by be was a great lover of fast horses,
aud the old settlers tell many amusing
anecdotes of his track experiences, lie
was one of tha pioneer owners of fast
horses in this city. Capt. Sanderson
.n the town of Lake in 1830,
where he built a frame house and barn.
Tbe house is atiU standing and is now
in tbe city, on Grove street, south of the
ITBW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Joseph Murtagh & CO.,
40 NORTH MAIN STREET,
Will open on Monday aud the following day* their
Summer Stock of Foreign and Domestic
Dry Goods,
HOSIERY, NOTIONS AND LACES.
Most of the above goods have been purchased at a
discount of fifty (SO) cents on the dollar and
WILL BE SOLD IN PROPORTION.
25 Pieces All Wool FRENCH DIAGONAL DRESS
GOODS, 44 inches wide, SO cents, good value for 90 cents
per yard.
The Largest aud best selected stock of
CENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Ever Imported to this city
WILL BE SOLD AT BED-ROCK PRICES.
Joseph Murtagh & Co.
•ISU
DR:U. SMITH,
31 NORTH MAIN STREET,
DENTISTRY
IN ALL ITS BRANCHED.
Mis wonderful process of
PAINLESS EXTRACTION OF TEETH
WITHOUT THE DSN Ol
Chloroform, Gas or other
Poisons,
liv stuinol the greatest .ucceat Wita
Le*, than three months practice h.re, he h.a
obtavn.4 mora than .ijrhty meritorious oertifl
eatcafrom hi. patrons, residents of Los Angelee
•'• ' oounty. Juof tl
H. SLOTTERBECK,
Sportsmen's Headparters, Temple Block,
Opposite United States Hotel,
Kak i in all English ami American Utaat Im-
proved Treble-Wedtre Fastand Harnroerleas
Breech-Loading Bafls^K^fe
mm
gun* s^^^sn
All v.',rk done in West style, .peaking M X^+^TwM
for it.elf ami leaving no need for self
praise. * m 9mmm*^
BRUNSWICK BILLIARD PARLORS.
E. B. KNAPP,
Tke HM'.ar BILLIARD HAI.OO\ Writ orlhleaio.
and A PERFECTLY
vi, . ilHlliiirtl^SJfS^B
JO\E3 BLOCK, Immediately Adjoinlne the "llernld"
.flte. SKCOVn fVOOWL roM lm
Jk- VIGWOLO.
_ WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DEALER IN WINES
LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
I'IKST STREET, BETWEEN SPRING AND MAIN,
Scene at the Zoo.
0 XL
PaW - STOMACH SW
*.TTER S
llostetter* Stomach Hitter, meets the roqilire
menta ot the rational medical philosophy which
at present prevails. It la a perfectly pure vege
table remedy, embracing the three important
properties of a preventive, a tonic and an al
terative. It fortifies the body against disease.
Invigorates and revitalizes the torpid stomach
and liver, and effects a salutary change in the
entire system.
For sale by all Druggists and Dealers generally l
HOUSES AND LOTS FOR SALE.
One story cottage in East Lost Angeles,
$1500.
One story cottage in Kdrkhoff, Cuzner
& Co. Tract, «U2SO.
Lots in Korklioff, Cuzner & Co. Tract
'ranging from $250 to $400.
Apply at Lumber \ard,
COR. ALAMEDA and MACY.
ra.rt6.lm
LOS ANGEL IAS, TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 26, 1883.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Do we Sell too Cheap?
ARE OUR PRICES TOO LOW?
the synopsis \mm\v^ '
THE WARS
A very few weeks the Milliners of Lns Angeled in ■ t in < *MB9FSP"^T
council and adopted the following resolutions: -*'..-!?!^'«*'.
"Resolved, That we, the Milliners of Los AugeWi, re. fuse to purchase goods
of any San Francisco Wholesale Miltiuery Finn tliat shall hereafter sell millinery
to any linn uot exclusively in the milliuary trade."
The petition waa tent to San Francisco an.l all millinery houses asked for
their signature*. They were all foroed to con taut hut with one exception.
JL-sJLILVK
Was to drive the PEOPLE'S STORE from off the field.
The aim -A-as to close the San Franciaoo market the People's Store.
The aim was truly to cut off our supplies.
Wtc SAY IT WAS WAR AGAINBT THE PEOPLE'S STORE.
For have not Dry Goods Houses for ths latt SftffM years kept millinery ?
Have not milliners kept fancy goods and dry goods ? We say milliners, you are
right. Try your beat to smother the ember, but you are too late—it ia already a
living coal.
When we opened the People's Store we promised the Los Angola* public
Soods at right prices. Have we not kept faith f Have we not kept tho doublo
ealers down ! Have we not made reductions La every line f
\V>: admit thatiu our Millinery Department we many times sell goods at too
low a rate, but the millinur-i charge ai much too high aj we do too low. We
wish to see everybody dv well and prosper; we are pleaded when others advance,
but when such high-handed methods aro takan to SQUELCH the People's Store,
we are compelled to tight.
We are now doift with tho San Francisco market, and hereafter will draw
our supplies from other quartern, and now even ai we write a telegraphic order
for millinery, ia flashing over the wires, and we look forward with pleasure to
place these proper values before our patrons.
JjS People's Store
AtoNE PRICE.
Are You Really Selling at Cost?
This question is frequently asked niy
clerks, I aiu aware it is not business like
to oiler an entire stock ut cost, but I am
forced to IVee myself from coiilinement and
business anxiety as much as possi le.
I also need money and offer these
Extraordinary Inducements
To CASH BUYERS OF GOODS. Don't be
deceived. I am, in good faith, selling al
most my entire stock at cost. Such real
bargains were never offered before. My
stock is large, well assorted and you can
certainly save money. Come and try.
Remember the place.
B. F. COULTER,
Baker Block. Los Angeles, California.
SELLING RAPIDLY!
Lots in the Hollenbeck Tract,
Nt-.ii the New Depot, in the nitdnt of a
Beautiful Orange Orchard and Vineyard
At Prices from +•::,<» to $500.
O AT.T. AND EIXIXI THEM.
POME ROY & MILLS.
Court St. Opposite the Court House.
hMg
FRAIVK EC. X.OWZI,
FORMERLY WITH WOOLLACOTT, HAS Ol'ENKll AN ESTABLISHMENT IN TBI
Reraere Block. Wan I , i ssauao Nt..Op|,o,sltr tin- Slrsr rasm-user I»»pot.
RETAIL DEALER IN FINE
WIKTX3S, UQTTORS ate CIG ARS.
slottlrd .Woods, a Nprrlal t J . The patronan. ol tha public la rerocctlullv ..Jicite.l
■llin
IB- OBERSTELLER
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER LN
ZEPHYR, GERMARTOWN, KHITTINC WORSTED, SAXONY, SHETLAND WOOL,
AND FLOSS, FAIRY ZEPHYR, CANVAS, EMBROIDERY MATERIALS, ETO.
168 ... MAIN STREET. - - - 168
Particular attention given to orders tor French Stamping and Deaagniiiy. eb»-t
WANTED BY THE
Sixth District Agricultural Board
A TENANT FOR THE PARK.

Liberal Terms to v t>ood Ten
ant.
For particular, apply to
I . A OeC AH P.
P. O. Boa Its. Sacratary
NEW YORK BREWERY.
LAUTH A STECKER, PROFS,
(Suocesaors to Chris. Hunue)
The (XKA REST, PUREST ami MOST BRILLIANT
LAGER BEER South of Sau Francisco.
Orders for DRAUGHT or BOTTLED BEER
romptly attended to.
The oelebrutod litter from thii Brewery denes
competition in this Stato*
SANTA JtfONICA.
IM< \l< ERSA C AMPERS!
DONT FAIL to CALL AT THE
PACIFIC LUNCH AND COFFEE HOUSE.
SECOND ST., NEAR UTAH Avenue.
A i-tuxl lunch can he had from 10 rents upwards.
Bread, cakes ami pies for sale. Lunches put up
at nhorte-l notice. Ice Creams, Chowders and
Fish Dinners a specialty. Remember the place,
ml 7 lm
Time Extended. Notice to Con
tractors,
Sealed bids for tha furnishing ot tha material
and fraction of the Grace M E. Church building;,
in this city, will be received up to 5 o'clock r. m.
Tuesday, July 3, 1883, at the office of Pomeroy *
Mills, Court st rent, opposits ths Court House.
Plans and epactfleations can be seen at amid
office. Tbe right is reserved to reject anr and
all bids. A. E. POMEROY,
je««d Secretary Board of TruaUss.
! NEW AI >V KKTISEM KNTB.
AT BRIG-HT'S
CHEAP STOKE
YOU WILL GET
BETTER BARGAINS
THAN EVER
Having limn! In uut tbe Entire Stock of
DRY GOODS
ox*
POLASKI BROS.
AT HALF PRICE,
IT WILL BB
SLAUGHTERED
AT—
Less than New York Wholesale
PRICES.
—— ALSO
TWO OAR-LOADS OF GOODS JUST AR
RIVED from the EASTERN MARKETS.
Call at No. 239 Main Street.
JT. G. BRIGHT.
Barker & Allen,
8 & 10 MAIN ST., NEAR PICO HOUSE.
Wholesale aad Retail Dealers In
Furniture, Carpets, Wall Paper, Etc.r
Are Receiving tbeir Immense Spring Stock
Direct from Eastern Factories.
WiU meet any prices on the Pacific Coast. The Public are
cordially invited to call aod see our Broods and gret prices be
fore purchasing. ml tf
GRAND OPENING.
Mr. (George Basserman haa opened hia
MERCHANT TAILOR EMPORIUM.
At No. 263 Main street, in Dr. Kurtz Building, opposite Baker Block.
The public are cordially incited to call anil inspect hia unrivaled stock of
goods, the finest eyer imported into Los Angeles.
His Specialty is Fine Pits.
An experience of over twenty years iv the center of fashion guaranteeing
styfe and huiah to his work.
, jam. • ■•;
BARGAINS! BARGAINS! BARGAINS!!I
GREAT SLAUGHTER OP DRY GOODS
AT THK
F A LA. C E OF FASHION.
Kur tK next TKN DAYS I will aell the foUorfintf artel*, all our own manufacture,
BBIiO I*7" O O » T r
Linen and iJelieige Duster*. Calico Suits. Ladiea' and Childrens Aprons, Worsted
and Calico Wrappers, a threat variety of I Ail its' and Children's Underwear,
Cashmere aud Satin Dolmans, Cashmere Suits, Jersey Jackets,
And an extensive and varied etosk ot Novelties. Call snd examine. No trouble to show good*. Th
MILLINERY DEPARTMENT
la under the eupervieion of a competent person who will attend to ordera.
MBS. D. S. CORONA DE WEIHS,
33.1 -I vi \ MTKF.ET. • I ndei < otaopolttaa Mote
Asrent tor Shennau, Hyde & to. Pianos and Organ* end Sole Agent ot California for styra'e Cni
■ French Patterns and lrnwania.tinu M . . aiiB lot
NKW ADVERTISEMENTS.
For Sale,
IN
San Rafael Rancho,
WITH DOUBLE W'ATEK HIOHTN,
THE SANCHEZ PLAOE
Subdivided Into eight lots of
from ten to forty acres. Two
fori} -ar re lots line I > improved
with good dwellings and hear
ing orchards of Orange, Lem
on, Peach, Pear. Cherry, Ap
ple, Fig, Apricot, Italian Chest
nut, English Walnut, Pome
granate and Olive Trees in
bearing) two reservoirs and
one well.
PRICE, $6,000 EACH,
And unimproved lots, vow iv barley,
eighty dollars per acre.
TWICE THE IRRIGATION WATER
Per acre to that sold on either the
Dreyfus, Hahne or Child* Tracts in this
same Rancho. Tlie water sold with
this SANCHEZ TRACT on a forty
acres is the entire water of the
Verdugo Canyon,;
Twelve hours each five weeks.
If desired, the above Land
without the trees will be sold
at sixty-live dollars per acre
with an auiouut of water equal
to that of the Childs' Tract.
TERMS: One Third
casta, balance on reason
able time.
M. L. WICKS,
ROOMS 86 & 87
TEMPLE BLOOK.
Jaß-tf
f 9
RANDOLPH HEADERS.
MOWING MACHINES,
HORSE RAKES,
FARM WAGONS,
SPRING WAGONS,
HEADER TRUCKS,
CARRIAGEB & BUGS! ES,
Cheap for Cash at
REES&WIRSCHING'S,
123.125 and 127 Los Angeles Street,
I.OS ANaELES, CAL. in lm
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OIL HOUSE.
Scofi6ld& Tevis
CONTINENTAL OIL & TRANSPOR
TATION CO.
B. A EDWARDS, Manager.
Importer, and aod dollar, io Paint,, White
Lead, Turpentine, Glass, illuminating aod Lu
bricating Oil., etc.. etc.
NO. 23 LOS ANQELES STREET,
HIS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA. aplU
PONET & ORR,
UNDERTAKERS A EHBALMERS,
OS Main Mtr.-et.
Embalming (or Shipping a Specialty.
We doa't aell 80 per cent, leas than
olb.r huuaea, hut tha paMic will be s.a
istieu on inquiring that our prices aru
Lower than Any Other House
In the City-
Arid SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
Telephone connection with slt.rv and
rusklence. mr9ltf
HO FOR
SAXTA MONICA CAMOX.
Don t fsil to call at
i m i.i'. toh'm raw
For fine brsnds ot Liquors and •vicar-..
Wt have alao la connection asMcaaiodatien for
teams, All of which will be taken, cars ot by ex
psrisoosd bands. MM RULO k CO.
Phineas Banning,
FORWARDING & COMMISSION AGENT.
WILMINGTON, Lo. Angela. County, CaL
Vl—M to»«d, goc-ls lightered, luolb.
and grain storsxi, with
accustomid promptness
mm
ETOlfetl the Meelirrn Farltlr
rUilruad Company. Sab Fmniieco, Jajie 1:1 th,
,B*3. Th* annual meetine; of the stockholders of
the ebov<roained Company, for tha elfction of
eeveo lirectors for the coeuinK year and for th«
transaction of such other busineaa ac may be
brought beforf the meeting, will be held at lb*
oflVeofthe Company, on WEDNESDAY, Jul*
tlih proximo, at 10 o'clock a. m.
MM J. L. Wl LLC ITT. Secretarj
NO. 108.
ANGELICA BAKERY.
4U'J Urit tttreet.
J. U. LHEZ, proprietor. supplied
wild bread, cake*, pi**, etc . of the beat queJiiv.
Ordure solicited. :j lv

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