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Salt That is Not Salt.
PA.TLY HERALD.
Published Kvery Morning- (except Monday)bv
JOSICP.I D. LYNCH.
TKRMS for I'AILV HKRAU):
Per milium, by mall or oxprtaa, - - - - $7.00
Six months, 4.00
Three iiionlh.. S.U
I'clitfretl by carrier, pt week, .... 16c
WEEKLY HERALD
PUBI.ISHID l-.VEKV HATI'KHAV Moknino
TKftSIS:
One year l.y mall or sxpress, oils copy, fA'.i o
Six months, .... 1.00
Throe months .... 110
Advertisean sits inserted st reseonsbte rste
Job Work done to compete *llb Ml Frandsco
tee'styls and eloaanoe of a-orkmsiishlp.
Sir Lionel Playfair contributes to Oood
Worm some of the reasons why tbe word
"salt," as used iv the Bible, often meant
wind ie called petroleum nowadays. He
says: Many thiugs become comprehensi
ble II we take the gencrio term salt aud
apply it to petroleum aad iv residue, as
phalt. I,ol'a wife, if converted into a
Eillar of common salt, would have
ecu washed away by the lirst shower
of raiut but a pillar of asphalt, even
as a memorial to her, would havo been
au enduring mounnieiit, and might
have been seeu by Joeeplms and his
contemporary, Clement of koine, both
of whom declared tbey saw it. So, also,
when we nre told Mark that very
one shall be salted Willi Ire, and every
sacrifice shall be salted with salt,'* 1
see a meaning only when I recollect that
iv regions containing petroleum sacrik
oial lircs were fed with this fuel to aid
the burning, In like manner, when
Matthew likens the blessed, first to salt
and immediately afterward to a lighten
ed torch, (for caudles, as lnu slated, were
theu unknown). I see the connection in
his mind. Ho had just said that salt
which had lost iv savor was only lit to
be trodden under foot of men. Now,
salt never does lose ils savor and is never
fit to be trodden under foot. But petro
leum does lose ils essence hy expusure,
and out of the residue the ancients used
to make asphalt pavements, as they doat
thu present day.
LATE TELEGRAMS.
IBPKUIAL TO THS IIERALI-.I
Lieutenant aehw«lk» Breaka an
Arm.
Sah Fhanciuco, May Sl.—Lieutenant i
Frederick Schwatka, who ia now here
on hie way to Aril ma, accidentally
broke his arm last night. In going to
the door of his room to answer raps
he stumbled over a chair and in a fall
sustained the injury mentioned.
Arrival af Ds-leajale-a at Chlraao
fjallfarala aud Nevada Irclejca '
tlaa.
CniOAOO, 111., May .list.—The weather
is steadily growing warmer and the
political atmosphere apparently in '
sympathy, is becoming more heat
ed. Tnie morning witnessed tbe 1
arrival of a large number of Contin
gent delegates mainly from the Southern
States who come in independent detach- ,
ments and representing jrregulsrly all
portions of the South. There were a
Itrge number of arrivals from lowa, and '
practically tbe entire delegation from
that Htate is now in the city. Two
Blaitie delegates came in from the eigh
teenth Ohio district, and they were ac
companied by somewhat over one hun
dred visitors. Tbey marched to their
ball from the depot in a sol d body. The
•vent of the morning waa the arrival of j
the California and Nevada delegations,
whose transit eastward has already been ;
very wid ly heralded. They were met
at the depot by a delegation of citizens
saAoV, preceded by martini music, were
inarched to their quarters nt the Palmer
house. The ladies and gentlemen of tbe <
party alike were takinir part in the pro- (
cession until their arrival in the hotel
lobby where dense crowds hadoolleeled
The delegation gave three cheers for the ,
gentleman from Msiue and sepa
rated. The rooms set apart for
the reception of a delegation of ■
business men from New York by
business men of this city in advancing •
tbe oandidaey of Mr. Arthur, being
richly decorated in anticipation of the
arrival of the parly from the Bast. Al f
3 o'clock this afternoon at tbe (iiand IV
oifio Hotel tbe managers in charge of the ,
movement in the interest of Logan have
thrown open tbe two large parlors ou <
the flrmt floor in plaue of the more con
trscted quarters heretofore occupied by
them. It is estimated that about three
hundred delegates are now in thn city.
Tbe National Convention will begin iv
aaaaion at noon to day.
(•■rat Ifaj af the) I hira t n t'oa
■■■Hstaji
Ohicaoo, May 30.—The National Re
puhliean Committee held a session be
ginning to day, all the States nnd Terri
tories being represented except Louisi
ana, Florida, South Carolina and U ab.
No business was transacted be} oml ar
ranging for the distribution of tickets
of idmisainn to the Contention and ap
pointing J. M. Ileaii, of Wisconsin, aud
James H. At me, of Miobigtn, r.-ndiug
clerks.
Srwaaaavr Wm aa Ibe W lon.
Chk-aoo. May 31.-A special train
furnished for tbe Washington corres
pendants attending the Chicago conven
tion by the lt.iln re aud Ohio Rail
road, reached Chicago this morning.
Their actual running time between
Washington and Chicago, SoO milea, was
twenty-one hours.
Bjlddlelnn st 4'a. ar WH-lilnaton
tJltr Make aw A..1«aa,e..,
Washington. May 31—The fol'ow
jng notice was putted this moruing npon
ihe doors of tbe banking house of H. W.
laddleton A Co , No. 1427 F street:
"Owing to heavy eaat iminrdate de
mands are have assigned to Oeorge F,
Oreen for the benefit of onr crelitors,"
The doors of the hauk am not closed and
a number of excited pi renin are gather
ed inside talking ovtr tbo suspmslon.
No particulars are yet obtainable,
■asraa aad ralrirk Jeyee Threats.
N»w v..hk. May 31.-Rom says:
■'We have g. Kngland at last. It will
not be long ' ore ahe will lie on her
knees. Last n ght's expl.ieiou we. only
tha b.ginning of her troubles.'
Patiiok Joyce, Secretary uf the Irish
Revolutionary Hrotharhianl, aays: "Last
night's work ought to convince Kng
land we are in earnest." "You need
not be surprised to hear of griatcr
ones before many days, tlladstoue bet
ter mind himself."
rail area far the Work unreal- a
Asravlag.
N«w Yuan, May 31. -Tbe failures re
ported the last seven days in the I' int. d
State, and Canada were 177, a deer- as.
of 58.
A large number of delegatee for Chi
caro left this morning.
Waat fliaie Hs.k fgraaanea.
Naw Yo»K, May 31 -The West Side
bank to day rcsnmed.
President Arthur had a. few callers
thuj' morning. He leaves for Washing
pan this afternoon.
A father Kill* Hia Man with a
•ward.
Grasshoppers in Eldorado County.
A corrospondoHt, writing of the ap
pearance of grasshoppers at White Rock;
above Folsom, says: "For a distance of
five miles tbe ground is literally alive
with them, they have been hatching for
two weeks, and the largest are now
about the size of large hnu-enies. Every
thing green iv this section is doomed,
and I fear that when they move weat, as
the always do, that they will des.roy
the Vatoma vineyard, if it' lies iv their
track. The engineer on this morning's
train told inetbey were so thick ou the
track two miles below here that they
mode the wheels slip.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
REMOVAL.
GRAHAM & CLARKE,
Have removed their Real Estate offioa to 07
Bpriug street, oppotite the Court House. ni29:tt,
H. C. ORAfuv. OKonoa J. Clakkr
GRAHAM & CLARKE,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
City and oountiy property boiurht, sold and
ExchiirryeJ. Loans noKotlated.
U. J. Clarke, Nntarv PitUic and Oouveysncer.
Office 07 BpriiiK St., Los Angeles, Cal.
L. W. DENNIS. C C, COaK.
DENNIS A COOK
Real Estate, Loan
.... AJVI» ....
_ INSURANCE.
94m hak kk b: ocr,
Reference*- l*s Ansjeles National Bank, First
Nationul Bank; I.os Angles County Bank.
Have for sale Mty Property, Improved and
unimproved; Vineyards, Urape and Fruit Luids
RaoctJoa etc. oc.U tf
A rAtacniLß, O. A. DoanaoN
DOBINSON * FAIRCHILD
RIAL ESTATE A INSURANCE BROKERS
10 CtiM.VfKrcJAl. STREF.T, L(« ANOKLEB
(liiree doors from Main street.) aeplZtf
A. w. KARHtrr. t-:. h albxardba,
BARRETT, ALEXANDER & CARR,
Real Estate, Mining
AN 11
l\Slltl\(K BROKERS,
Bernard Block,
NO. 4, WEST FIRST ST.,
teas Assrka. I al,
dstdljf
MORPORD & SON?
Real Estate Brokers,
\«. 110 NORTH KI'HIM- tVT..
Temple Block
Hmi*es, Orange Groves, Vineyards,
Itancboe and Farms
FOR BALI AND TO LIT.
Refer by permission to
J. R. Tulternian, Xx Mayor: den. (tmrge,
Stmieman, Uovert.nr; Jahn ¥. Plater Preai. L. A.
County &t*k: Uen. John Maosfl-M, Ex I.U-M.
Governor; R. 8. Hnk«r.\'..w (-resident L. A.Coun
ty Hank; J. JfeHarth Hhorb, Vltirnlturist; K. K.
Bpenor>, PrealJent Pint National Bank: I. VV
llellnia'i, t'retridtsrit Farmer's and Mervl.anfs
Hank dec? tf
Fa*** E. Adams. J. W. Mi shat. En K. Adams
ADAMS. BON * MURRAY,
Real Estate Dealers aa! Mo„ey Brokers,
i 'dii i-, Nn. 338 Pico House:
ImpmvMl and unimproved City and Country
Prai|*>rtv. orchards. Vineyaftta and
Ranch.* fn the hwt localities in a.nithern Califor
ni *. i orrttspondence solicited.
No. M Pico House. N. Main St. .Los Angles, Ct"
Ventun Livery, Feed and Sale
Stable,
Couth Main streset. No. HB, t«tWfß*>n Rt»condand
Third. l<oa Ani/e!ea, Calt, lloratw boarded by
the day, week or aionth. Horses i-.hkM ami
sold. HuKgies and rarriaKvs to let, with or wiih
out teama, at re«j>nnable rales.
W. F. HATCHIR, Pro,.ri,-t.,r.
Formerly proprietor nf Live Stock Kvchtviye, 117
First atreet, Loa Annate*. Cala. myUtf
Gentle
Women
Who want glossy, luxuriant
and wavy trcsgen of abundant,
beautiful Hair ant use
LYONS KATIIAIKON. Thia
elegant, cheap article always
makes Hi • Hair grow freely
and faat, keeps it from falling
ont, arrests and cures gray
ness, removes dandruff and
Itching, makes the Hair
strong, giving ft a curling
tend ney and keeping It in
any desired position. Beau
tiful, healthy Hair la the sure
result of using Kathalrou.
TUTT'S
PILLS
TORPID BOWELS
31BORDE REDELIVER,
From «"aai!rmro.
pirlta, A r.«ll»«
njutil thnuw of a remedy that tacfrfHrwtl
•iLMha.onoVjtiaL Th.it
il.lueysand gala Ualao promjAiljmojlri,
,11 ImpurUle. through »eM fcrw "
narerii af tha srst.sa." .P"**?*-»¥g£
It" sound dl*a.tlon, W u l»H^!f, .
.kh.a»daTl,rorou.body. , TrT Z.
«m no nausea or griping dot lnternm
TUTTS HAIR DYE..
Guar Ham oa to
i»antly to mQumtrJBLXCKi<T
illcatton of thia DTK. Bo rt by DrugglaU
.r arnt by axpreaaon rawlptof •••
OflVe, 44 Murray Sweat, ""l™ ,
cutt'i aastwtt itaiinnmum rm
A. PEASLEY,
DEALER IN
a:TONM asa sesiisois wasts,
flnnlog snd Hsnltary rtQinbln,, Osnsa-el Job..
hlna and Rwalriag. No. Sit North Mala stress,
Ploo Hops. Wood X"
I'lttl.Al'ti.i'ii|a, May SO. Late I ist
night .lo cpn r'ltzpatrick anil hia wile
(juan-eled in their bedroom. Their son
Jain, a bro*e inlo the room and alruok
his father who theu killed hia eon with
a sword
Th« »■«■* Hanker Nklpplnc thr
Oaaalii.
SMBSSs) May 31.-John C. Kno. and
an elderly gentleman in diaguiae, have
taken passage on the iteamor Sardinian,
which leave, thia morning for Liverpool.
Moth slept on the steamer. No meant
of l< aruing further particulars.
■(■■• la the Tails.
New York. May U.—Tt* Chief of
Police received a dispatch to .lay from
tha police at Quebec saying Jno. C.
Eno, the absconding Preaident of the
Second National Hank had been arrested
and sent to thia oity.
raar 111 aaasltrrsi Captarr*.
London, May 31 -It is rumored lour
dynamiters were captured to-d.iy.
Loves Building in Korn County.
Tin great work of cloaing the break op,
tin! Buena Vista slough, to stop the
r|>»ng waters from Kara river from filling
the Km nre Vista lake, it was eipecicit
would be Hniahed last night. For some
daya past 200 men have been engaged
under the superintendence of Engineer
James, working day and night. .Some
idea nf tbe magnitude of the undertaking
can be bad in the fact that a fierce tor
rent tilty feet lv width by twenty one
feat in depth has been ponriug through
tha levee, with a river behind it that ia
not accustomed to step at any obstacle.
Piles thirty-six feet in length were
driven down twelve feet into the soil,
in a double row, ngainst which over
18,000 sacks of sand have been laid aa
faat aa 200 hundred men and 15 teama
could fill and move thorn, and 700 tons of
baled barley hay to hold the earth
thrown against the sacks. Aa many more
teams have 'been engaged the past week
hauling pi|h'ng and limber from this
Cce. a ilistancc of over 13 miles,
idea the teams from the differeut
ranches supplying the hay. Aa soon aa
tha gap ia closed the largo force will be
k <pt i t work esteuding ami atrenght
euing the 1,-vee. to provide against the
further rise of the river, which will coma
with a change of weather. Fortunately,
tha weather has been cool during tbe
past week of storm. Had it not been ao,
wa would have had a tepetition of tha
scenes of 1867, and ao power could have
availed to direct the reging current.
Dumas fill is sometimes severe: The
converaatioa had turned upon Mrs. X.,
who had been vary beautiful. "She haa
something of a goddess," said a faithful
admirer. "Vat," aaid Dumaa, "an
tiquity. '
"LOS ANOELES DAILY HERALD, SUNDAY MORNINGr JUKE 1, 1884.
FOR SALF.—RF.AL, ESTATE.
roR m^mjumi.
30 Choice Residence Lots
t thr head of
FIRST STREET,
Naar.th*
Electric Light Mast,
BOYLE HKIUHTS.
Apply at once te
W. H. WORKMAN,
No. 157 Boyle Avenue.
decll tf
A Man With a Small Family
WANTS A SITUATION
TO TAKE CHARGE
-or a—
Frivt Ranch,
Have h-vtl seven years experience In Riverside.
Can give all the prominent men of Riverside aa
reference. I am thoroughly p sted on all lead,
iiiif varieties of fruits; Know what is the best to
plant, how to plant and when to plant. Can lay
out grounds; can pack your fruit for market in
the best style. Have made ritlsliis every year;
for the last four years superintended the curing
of over Ift.KHi l-oxes, the past season, also super
intended the packing of over 11,000 boxen of
oranges for the Southern California Orange
Company at Riverside.
Should any one desire my services as a horti
culturist, Address "W. T. 8,"
inylSdAwiw Herald Offioe
TOR HALF—REAL KBTATR.
! ACRE LOTS
-IN THE—
' DANA TRACT,
: [.'■r-.tu a in the miii-it of the finest Improved
property In tin- city. frontifur on rtgueroa and
Jefferson streets. Wide approaches Shinto
1 tret* planted. Htreet Kailroad pusses the prop
i erty. Universitt, of Southern Call'ornla, schools,
i city Wft'er and other Advantages clone nt hand.
THE REMAINING ACRE LOTS
In this trivet on be (...unlit. if applied for at
once, for less than neighboring property haa Itn
oently sold at public auction.
For a homflsteswl or lor speculative rturposeathls
property has superior attractions.
For map and partioularsapply to
10 Commercial Bt. (3 doors from Main Ht.)
ap2-1 m
M.L. Wicks
OFFERS FOR SALE
18 LOTS,
Washington St.
A NEW
Jet Black Ink,
Tbe Best in tlie Market,
Writes Black and Hows Freely
For sale by
P. LAZARUS,
Jjlti lm Thr Israel lag ratal Isnrr
E. LEMON,
siL.iivaKsiui'rß,
lis REQUENA STREfcT,
Carnage and Wagon Work and general Repair
inn;. ap2otf
CITY STEAM
Dying A Scouring Establishment,
MS SOUTS (PRISC STRUT.
Clothes cleaned snd renovated to appear like
new. Charges moderate
cHARLES WAUKNBECH,
deo26 rkn proprietor.
Southern Ice and Cold
Storage Company,
Now delivers Ice of tt Superior quality.
C. B. COULD A CO., v. o. box 305.
aaTelepltone 217. MMMM
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY ELECTION.
Notice is heresy given that at a meeting of
the Democratic County Central Commit!* c of
I/os Angeles county, field on Saturday, April
12th, 1884, it was resolved that a Democratic
County Convention of the county of Los Ange es
th .11 b.'bekl at Turuverein Hall, in the city of
Las Angeles, on
SATURDAY, MAY 81, 1384, at 10O'CLOCK A. M ,
tor the purpose of electing nineteen d legate*)
to the l>«iiu,cratic State Convention. to be held
at !-tockton on June 10th, 1884, and for such
other puOeOaea as may come properly beforei-u'h
Convention.
That (or the purpose of electing delegates to
amid county Convention a Prluiar.. Klewiioii shall
be hel l by the l>ti>HK*rats of the several precinct
hereinafter named, on
Rowland, Broadway,
And other street* front 600 to 1000 yards west of
fttfuero*.
Lots losfx 178 feet at $300
each.
Fine Comer, fronting east
on a 120 foot street 178
feet, by 211 feet on a6O
foot street, for $600.
120 feet corner New High
and Franklin streets, with
three cottages, $16,fi00.
Lot 15, Block X, Mnt tract,
on Pearl, between Second
and Third streets,
$jso
Lot west side Carlisle Pt.
in Celis Vineyard, 50X140
to 20-foot alley, $400.
East of Lot 23, Meserve
& Loop Tract, 20 acres,
with fine water right, Po
mona, $2000.
39 acies, one mile from 3e
pulveda Station and ad
joining Ban Kafael foot
hills; ten acres has water
right, $1800.
280 acres in Travis Tract at
Orange, subdivided into 20
to 40 acre lots, at from $2 5
to $65 per acre, with wa
ter right.
A large amount of land in
Antelope Valley at $5 per
acre. Come and see it.
170x165 leet on Olive street,
near Temple street, ats2o
per front loot.
SATURDAY, HAY 24th, 1384.
That the polls In the severe! precincts shall lit
ousn et 1 u'cloci r. m sad close at sunset of th*
That the following- shall be the test Tor voten
»t aaid election:
First—Thar the. are qua lined voter* under tin
laws of this State.
Second—That they intend to support the Dem
■ ►cr.ti c ticket at the ensuing election.
That the several lodge* of election, whethei
appointed by this eoaimittee or other* ise elected
snail be ana they are hereby authorised and re
quired to canvass tba votes oast at their respect
ive voting places, aud to istue to the delegate
elected to said Convention proper certificates, t*
be pres- nted by the delegates to the t'unventloi
* hen anst mbled, and that aaid Judges seal n]
Ihe ballost.ipoll and tall., lists wed at said elec
tion and forward the same by some safe means,
before the nieeting ol said County Convention,
to the Secretary of the Itemocratic Coifnty Cen
tral l omrrittee at Los Angelea City.
That the following shall be and is a list of the
sever I i-reelnuts, polling places judges of clec
to which th* several precincts shall be and are
entitled, respectively:
Anaheim -Anaheim Hotel; A. Kin.uau. judge;
ti delegates
A zu-ta Asuea School House; T J. Gordon,
judge; 4 delegates.
Cahuenga -School house; F. Luhring, judge;
1 delegate
rienvga Park Station; William l'nden, judge.
2 delegates.
Campion— New mark's Store; ' Oeo. Carson
Judge; 4 delegates.
Irnarte—Scboil house; Barnes, judge; 2,
El Monte -Dodson's Hotel; J. C. Hannon,
Judge; ft delegates.
Hisabeth lake— Heffner's Hotel; Jas. Tweedy,
judge; 1 delegate.
Floience— School house; 0. W. Juden, judge
3 delegates.
Fountain Valley—School house; W. Caudle
judge; 1 delegate.
Garden Grove—School House; J. D. Price
judge; 1 delegate.
Lo* Ni eto*- -School house; K. M. San ford
judge; ft dr legates.
Lancaster- iancaster Hotel; Peter Reiehards
judge; 1 delegate.
Ui Virgines—F. Dominguer." house; F. Alex
ander, Jmige; 1 delegate.
La Halloiia—School house; J P. Young, judge
- delegates.
Lot Angelesv First Want -Kansas City House
J. Mullallv, judge; 16 delegates,
.Sec*.™iWanl---Ootirt House; H.T.001l ns, judge
Third Ward-Turnrerein Hall; J. I. Morris
Judge; 13 delegates.
Kaurth Ward—No. I Engine House; O. II
Bliss, Judge; 8 delegates.
Fifth Ward- Hall of Washington Gardens; J.
Downey Harvey, judge; 7 delegates.
Monte Vista—School house; P.. 0. Parrlsh,
judge; 2 delegates.
Newhall -foil road Station; C. B. Richardson,
judge; 2 delegates.
Nor alk- .swigart A Speyer's Store; W W.
Orr. judge; 3 delegates.
Old Mission--Basey's Stare; F. A. Sanches,
judge; 2 delegates.
-Water Office; Patterson Bowers,
Judge; 3 delegate-'.
Pasadena- -school house; C. H. Watts, Judge;
i delegates.
Pomona—School house; Phil Stein, judge, 3
delegates.
Raven*—School House; James eVßeillv,
judge, 1 delegate.
San Gabriel-Tuch's Stare; J. M. Tiernan,
fudge; ft delegates.
Kan Pedro -At Phillips' store; S. Phillips,
Judgu; 1 delegate.
Spaera -Metsgar's Hotel; Jas, Fryer. Judge; I
delegatee.
San Juan Cwpistrar.o F*ai. s Offloi; R. Kgan,
judge, 2 delegate*
San Ant mo—School house; W. Ligon, judge;
1 delegate.
Santa Ana— Humphrey's Office; J 'D. OU,
Judge; '* delegates.
San Fernando— Moflvtt a Store; C. R. Rinaldi,
judge; 2 delegatea.
Seoul*eda- Haworth school house; II M
Mitchell, judge; 2 dtlegate-*.
Silver (Downer)--Buster's Offlce; W. T. East,
Judge, delegates.
Santa Monica—Santa Monica Hotel;Geo. Bosh
me, jur.ge; 2 delegate*.
SUverado-Carbondaie Postofnce; J. K. Pleas
ant, Judge; I delegate.
Tiistin—tftt's Store-Oeo Irvine, Judge; 1 del-
house; ■ Knowlton, Judge;
i del gate*.
Wilmington—Geo. Beaver's; David Alexander
judge; 4 delegatea.
house; J. G. Anderson
judge, 2 delegates.
Yorha—School house; Prudeneio Yorba, Judge
I delegate. , _
By order of the l*emocratic Central Commit
tee of Los Angelas county.
The County Central Committee recommen
that no person holding a proxy be admitted t
th* t!ounty Convention unless the person hah
ing the proxy is a delegate-elect to tbe ' onven
tion, and Is from the same precinct in which the
delegate giving the proxy has 1-sen elected.
J.T>F. BARTH sHt'KH.Chair ..u.n
WALTER D STEPHENSON. Secretary.
mylU-dtfcw
Notic« of Dissolntion.
Notice is hereby gi«sn that the co-partnersh
heretofore existing between F. L. Rise and
James Bamett, aa proprietors of the St. Anth
ny Saloon, in the erty of Lis Ang*le , U hers
dissolved by mutual consent, r L- hies retiring
from said huslnest,. Messrs. IsarneU and Sol
men being In elUMsje of ssid aaioc will collet
ant. pa\ all bills of said Brm (of Ri*s * Bar net
front and after this date.
JAMES BAKNETT
r. l un
M. L. WICKS.
121 8. FORT ST.,
LOB ANGELES.
ar| will be at Laaeaater on
Wednesday. Tharsday and Fri
day of each week.
ap-J lm
ATTRACTIVE
Residence Projferty
FOR SALE
In one of ths
FINEST LOCATIONS IN THE CITY.
Mr. ( has. W. Davis.has made another suhdi
|MN of his beautiiul tract on
"BOYLE AVENUE,"
Southeast of his ratridenos and we will offer this
property for sale tn lots of from H to 6 acre*
each, which will make the most desirable homes
in the city.
The City Water Pipes are Laid
along the street Frontiug
the Lots
The other portion prei loutt* offered, oompris
uu II large wits, ""ere ail sold inside of ten days
and are heing improved, thus showing the at
tractiveness of the location. Parties desiring to
secure a bargain should call at once and see the
maps and the prices, at the office of
DENNIS A COOK,
Agents, 248 Main St., Baker Block
GROWING GRAIN
Insured against Fire In the best American and
foreign Companies at lowest rates.
GEO. M. THOMPSON
pftdak* Agent, £» l/OS Angeles Street.
The Central Honse,
Thir.i street, near rnatomoe
BANTA MONICA,
la now apen for Guests,
Prices for Rooms and Koanl reasonable.
TABLE UNEXCELLED I
Special inducements to parties desiring :o
spend the eeaaon at the Seaahore.
FRANK EMERSON,
agte-tBI Proprietor.
Rare Chance for Small
Capital.
A good paying hililneaa (or sate at Santa
Monloa. < «H at SE corner Loe Angele. and
Commercial atroeta, Loa Angsts*. ssUt-lw
NEW HOWE AND HOUSEHOLD
Sewing Machines.
The beet la the market. Hare all th. Utje-
Improvements, and aa labor earera are unrivalled
Price. (HO tor allher.
H. St,OTTSB«BOK,AOIW.
No. 11l «OtJl MAW ST.. Oaaos»*lJ
Baseld thW
FOR BALR—RKAIi KSTATK.
Oil Lands for Sale
At Pet.-olia, Six Miles North of
Anaheim.
In Soqnel t'aflon, :»40 acres at **' per acre.
Also WO acres In Hrts Canon Sun |x i acre.
Also :wu acres In Telegraph Canon at S4& per
Title U. 8. Patent.
These lands are In the he4rt of the petroleum
oil belt, with acres of ssphaltuni or brea beds
and iiuitMToiM oil springs. Near these lauds is
one producing oil well with two more being
drilled
Shallow wells of heavy lubricating oil can be
obtained at siifclit depths mi it 11 of these lands.
Itni-iireof the ..«i.er, H. niAMIHiKK,
Ho. In lieignts, or address r O. Box MM. Loa
Angeles, or at lIRR ai.ti office. aplfi 3ni
NINETY KK.IIT LUIS !
COOD CHANCE TO MAKE MONEY
FOR SALK—RRAL KSTATR.
FOR SALE.
240 ▲ORBS
Fine Level Tine Land!
All in Wheat at present.
•IO per Acre with Crop half cash.
ISO AORBS
2 1-2 MILES FROM CUCAMONCA.
Oooil soil: «m mum
Pine Fruit or Vineyard Land.
Price, «:i,»o per Acre.
160 Acres Adjoining? the above
$3 per Acre.
$160 Acres with Water !
Price. S3 per Acre,
Half Cash, balance In Aye yeara at 7 per cent
Apply to
H. J. STEi i:\SBX. Surveyor,
No. f. First street, l.os Angeles.
mrmv
FOR SALE.
Lots in the linker Tract,
i kvtihi.o nitiatki..
Close to the Business Center of
the Oity.
FRONTING ON
Main, Fourth or Lou Angeles
Streets.
for particulars Apply to
CRAVES & CHAPMAN,
Attorneys-at-Law, Baker Block.
Hy buying aome of tho lots in
Ml US SI Hill VISION Of til*
SABICHI TRACT,
One »,uaro Knat of lha Frekihl Depot,
ON MAIN STREET,
Korinerly Chaver. street.
NO LOTS I.KSS THAN 60 PKET WlhK.
This street has been widened and straghtened,
and the lota are very desirable for homes.
AN ELECTRIC MAST
Is now tiring erected near the center of the tract,
which will be lighted next week, and will make
thia
The Best Lighted Tract in the Oity.
The prices are put at the lowest rate, the in
tentlon being to sell at once.
Satisfactory terms will be Aven to those who
build.
Houses erected here for rent are sure to be
rented quickly and always. For sale by
POMEROY A. MILLS,
Opposite Court House.
Janie
O NTAftlOl
The Model Settlement ol
SOOTHERS CALIFORNIA FOS
HEALTH, CLIMATE AND CHOICE
FRUITS.
Map of tract and copy nt "Ontario Fruit Orow
er" sent free on api-licatfon.
Proceedings ot Hemi-Aniiusl State Convention
of Fruit llrowera, with Ontario Appahdix, Kivln<
profits nf fruit culture, climate snd general In.
formation, sent on receipt of 30 cents in stamp..
Apply to J. 8. IJAI.KINS, Koran No. 6, Schu
msker Block, opp. P. !>., I M Amtelcs, or addrea,
I HAH XV HROH,, Ontario. Cal.
jsnetf
San Felipe
RANCHO,
liTSAN -iIEUO COUNTY,
FOR SALE.
$50,000 TO $100,000!
BARGAIN I
For Sale One-Half or All of 17,000
Acres of Oood Land
In Fresno Count.,, Cal.
4tOOO Ac res "A No 1" Fruit Und, lo.noo or
more ditto good forming land, all first-class
grazing; Is well watered snd abundance of
OAK TIMBER.
Produces clover and alfllleria feed; has carried
20,000 head of stork imlry seasons' in good o*der.
Improved with Several Dwellings,
One two stones of 10 rooms; two good barn*,
several live stock buildings, (mm 7.000 to 8,000
acres feii(«d J* ith 4 and 5 boards, cedar posts,
hof tight; 100.J acres in one growing wheat; im
provements cost over »rj>,(otl; is splendid proper
ty for a colony of from frO to 100 or more families.
If oedred, can v c 100 hesd of horses now on the
rancho for their keeping.
10,000 Acres of Oood Fruit, Farming
and Brazing Land
In San Luis Obispo county, unimproved
Price M AO per Acre,
4000 acres of good grazing land in
Lassen County.
Good stock ranch; is well watered and all fenced.
There are 10.'00 or more acres good Good Gov
ernment Land adjoining, v. ith grazing, but
no water; 4000 sheep, ft head horses, 8 head rat
tle, wagoiiti, harness and farming implements go
with the lan.l. frier. *H» IHMI
Apply or address to
HENRY M. SMITH,
Arlington House, Room 50, San Francisco, Cal.
FOR SALE.
10,000 acres, good for sheep
or oattle, well watered, can be
bought for $3.60 per acre, if
applied for soon.
Apply to
CHARLES CROCKER,
San Francisco,
or
A. B. HOTCHKISS,
San Diego, Cala.
!anB2in
FOR SALE.
One Hundred and Fifty Acres
or LAM It.
Situated on the Asuea.
Seventy five acres in grain; four acres in choice
fruits, all taring; three acres in grapes, all bear
ing A house of four rooms. A good barn, hay
press, mowing machine, hay rake, and all the
farming in i, .lenient* for carrying on the ranch. A
number one watsr right. Anyone looking for a
fine fitrin is invited to examine the propeity
Price, *6ft per acre. Terms. One half cash, bul
ance can remain on mortgage. BARRKTT tfc
ALEXANDER, Bernard Block, No. 4 West First
street. de«l2 tf
FOR SALE,
Four Sections of Choice 1.an.l
IN ANTELOPE VALLEY,
Loe Angeles County.
4 LARGE LODOINt. HOI SK.
On Wilmington Siren.
Containing 32 Beds.
FURNITURE NEW.
Nobody hut priori-ml should Apply. Every
thing forsule without reserve.
Also three acres of land on Tenth street, near
Pearl. Oood liouse and stable and good well of
water. Apply to
MRU. RHRITIIR,
mavl Im No. 20 Wilmington St.
Splendid Chance
FOR AX INVESTMENT.
Parties: desiring to make a profitable invest
ment can have an opportnmtv of so doing. We
will offsr
For Sale Blocks or Land
Beautiiully situ ted
ON BOYLE HEIGHTS,
Commanding; a splendid view and no healthier
location to be found. These Blocks front on an
80 foot Avenue snd contain about fonr seres
each. Would make beautiful building sites or
will subdivide into lots to advantage.
For terms and Hap of sains call on
DENNIS & COOK,
248 Main street. Baker Block.
. sp_l3tf
FOR SALE.
$75 Per Acre for Good Land
At west end of Wan' street. Also, round hill,
entire block at weat end of Fifth street, one of
the choicest hotel or residence sites in the city.
Inquire of WILL D. GOULD,
raarlOtf Attorney-atLew, Temple Block.
RANCH FOR BALE.
These lands have been selected with
great care from a tract of sixty Section*,
originally belonging to tbe Southern
Pacific Railroad Company, and com
piises some of the best soil in the Valley,
Apply to tbe owners,
Wicks, Lucas & Bentlcy,
86 and 87 Temple Block, Los Angelee.
mhSO-lm
FOR SALE.
A Dairy Farm
of ss scsf s «t cissrrst ststios,
On the Wilmington Railroad, well fenced; fine
two-t>tory house, 12 rooms, good barn, corrals,
etc,; 8 acres of fruit orchard, vineyard, pepper
andettcalyptus trees, all 12 years old; 30 acres of
goofe nlralta, t interest in 600 Inches of water;
plenty of wood tor domestic purpose*.
For terms see
G. W. GLOWNER,
No. f t ALLEN BLOCK,
Cor. Spring and Temple Sts.,
Los Angeles Cal. ap22
14 *HM> Acres of fine and suitable foi
colony purposes. Price, $\2.M per acre. En
quire of S. SMITH,
31 Daily street. East Los Angeles.
ap24 Itr.
FOR SALE.
Sev.n hundred awl thirty .ere. ol fine tanning
l.nd. eooyenlmt to Cu.»olciw» St.tinn. Will
he sold .t a bargain ifAPpli-d for coon to
WM. THORPE,
.pltf Wo. 2 Court rtreet, l.oa An... >l«e
KNABE PIANOS.
"I have never seen their equal."
CLARA LOUISE KELLOGG.
A. L. BANCROFT * CO.,
721 Market St,, 8. F , Sole Aagent* for the Pa.
eiflc Coast mar*.M im
MRS. C. LENZBERC,
Test and Business Medium,
Ho. «» Vine Street.
«r<'<«MU».tion. > A. .. to 7 r. a. apSVlm
NOTICE TO TAX-PAYERS.
Th. (Sty A«ara«or will be in ht« office daily
from I a. a. to 13 a. and 1 to 5 r. a.,
No. S. WEST FIRST STREET. ROOM No. 2 up
Main. maristt
H. Newmark & Co.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS.
Dealer, la Wool. Grain, linen
11, 13 nd 16 LOS ANOWJKB STREET.
sal
removal"
Th. Contiaental Oil And Transportation Com-
X, |K. A. Edward., MenArfer) hay. removed
t oHIc Into the HArdware store of Lacy,
Vlereca *00., No. HI Amtele. etroet.
aUV"lVlephone No. 118 aa herore. nihMl
ORANGE TREES FOR SALE.
Three thousand fine budded orange trees six
years old at thirty .tollers per hundred. Apply
at 290 North Mala street, over C. H Bush's
Jewelry "tore. apl7tf
TO THE PUBLIC:
We hare this dsy reduced the prices on the
follow i ntr:
STRICTLY CASH.
St. Louis lead (Colder brand) 56.60 par cwt
Oermania Lead 96.46 per cwt
Boiled Linseed Oil, ftrlctly pure, In
ft gallon cans 75* c per gal
Boiled Linseed Oil. strictly pure, in
leas than ft gallons 7Sc per gal
Raw Linseed ml, strictly pure, in t
gallon cans 70c per gal
Raw Li:>*eed oil, strictly pnre, in
Issn than ft gallon can 75c per gal
Eastern Tun><*n;irte. in ft « l cans ftOc per gal
Eastern Turpentine, in less khan ft
gallon cans sftc per gal
Dry Colors, Yellow Ochre, Venetian
Red, Princess, Metalic, Kalsomine
and Paris White te per th
We also have reduced the prices on Show
Casea, Wall Paper, eto. We solicit your kind
Yours respectfully,
Raphael & Sehlcfllnsrx,
15 N. Main St.. I<os Angeles, Cal.
Los Angeles. April ft. ISS4. tf
FOR SALE.
Fifty-Seven Acres of Choice Land;
Ten acres in Mission grape vines, S years old; 2
•ores in Rlnckenhurg grape vines, 3 years old;
17 acres in Mission grape vines, 1 year oW;>
acres In Uum Trees; gft acres in Alfalfa and Bar
ley.
A good house of ft rooms, stable for 6 horses
and room for hay Ami grain.
No, 1 Wind Mill and Tank that contains 4N»
gallons; also a tank that oontalns 1000 gallon*
This property is all fenced, ami in a line bar
gain if taken soon.
BARRETT A ALEXANDER,
: janlxtfl No. 4 Weak First St.. Bernard Block
FOR 8 A I.E.
One ot the pre tt I eat and beat home place* tn
Loa Angelea Owner's hustnoas requires him to
go East. Orange orchard in tall hearing; also
peach orchard, walnuts, pears, a pole*, vines and
ornamental shrubbery. Net income fA&OO to
tsuut) from orchards. Elegant house of tan
rooms; hot and cold water and gas throughout
cottage, barns and outbuildings in perfect order
Oood wall and windmill. Cost of irrigation, 99
per annum. Two street oar lines and ten ruin
utes dries from ths Postomoe.
For further particulars address,
myn-lm | -ha 48ft, City
ENOraRRRS AN I. BPBVRTORS.
O. H. BBOWN,
ARORITHOT,
Room 4, Wlduey lilork, - - First Street.
DFFH'K IKil'lts i, a, to Ti r. a, ap2ttth
TB. ». HOWB,
titll Knuliieer and Surveyor,
Removed to No. IK| South Spring rltrcet, U
t0.,..t,i Moeb, mmm in. st*tf
.TO I* m 11A1.1,,
ARCIIITFAT AND SANITARY F.NOINF.F.R,
vi North Main Street. (Rooma 4 snd ft.)
spfitl
J. H. WILDY, O. B„
DEPUTY COUNTY SURVEYOR.
Will make simeva ot town lots, Sl linislHl
laiulH. ranrhea, rash, street railroa L. irrigat inn
ditches ami pipe linos, ami will furnish plan, anil
.ji'Ol. iii. .ii. of waterworks, grsdlng ami nlhrr
engineering work.
BrriOll Room 111, Hillmau building, ever
llrsnge Store. IsWsli
WILLIAM P. REYNOLDS.
CIVIL ESCISEER ASD BURVEYOS,
No. 17 North Main Street,
Up Stairs, Room No. P. r«l
i:\.\MINK.Rs of TITLSt.
Gillette, Oibson & Wood,
Examiners of Title and
Conveyancers,
Rooms 13 snd 14, McDonsld Block, Main
LOS ANOELEB OAL.
asp
HSSSV N. OAILOWAY, CHAS. W. JOSSS,
Attorney st-(saw. Attorney st lavw.
D. B Lisssn.
JONES, CALLOWAY & LIENAU
Examiners of Titles & Conveyancers
Rooms 1 and 2 Moore Block. Court Street, oppo
site Court Hons... I/a Anieles, Cal. od! era
MIU.INKKY AND DRESSMAKING.
MRS. K. MICHAELS,
FASHIONABLE MILLINER,
NO. Die EAST FIRST STRKKT.
A full sasnrtinentof Hie latest .tvlra Frrsrh
Milliners Just received. The lailies are cor
dlsllv Invited to call and alanine her stork.
RSSTAOBaRtS.
JOHNSON'S
Coffee and Ice Cream Parlor,
SO. 6 SORTS MAIS STREET.
Ilea Uoffrsand t.uueh Is ths city.
Call snd I- ...nwi 1 OpM ita, and nhrtit.
A. JOHNSON, PROP'R.
THE COMMERCIAL
RESTAURANT,
V. DOL, Proprietor,
UOWNEV BLOCS, - MAIS STRUT.
Receives alive slid servos up every dsy the
eh0i...1 FISH. IncliKlhw SIII.K, Tl Kl" 1 1' sml
BRA TltiiUT.
MX. lull, i. Hie evclll.lve eoiisiirnoe o' the eel
chriit.il FKUHAHK UK lIKIK. which Only lie
hod al this restaurant.
HPItINHrIIH'KKNS, Juat In from the eehes
conked In ci pry atvle.
This restaurant ia l,os Aturelea'a tlehnonlco.
ravllf
ILLICH'S
Restaurant and Oyster Parlors,!
41 and 43 N. MAIN BT.
OREAT REDUCTION IN OYBTF.RB.
Law Eastern Oysters, per 100. ... ft fo
Small '• o , ... to 50
Small Eastern, raw or ale.ial, 9fi eta. per plate
Ure,, ►~„,,.,,,,„,,,.,,, | c , HI i cnla per plat,.
SSWiaBSrS aeleeted Ovaters, 85 cents per .-an
PRIVATE ROOMS
Up stairs lor MS, and lamlliea, where meals
will bo aerred In the lieat style.
Jerry Mil. h. Proprietor.
SOCIKTV NOTICKS.
K. of P.
Tri Color l.odgc No Be meeta every Friday
evenimf in Ma..„,i,. it .il, S| ( tn, k . street.
Sojourning K. iglits milted
„ „ , J B. BROWN, a 0.
M. P. CHtWMLu,, K. ol R. ami 8. in' 24
Carpenters' Union No 56,
Brotherhood nf c. 4 I, of A., meeta every Sstur
da\ night at 7 :m o'clock, at Hood Templ.ir'
Hall. niyi.lm A. VINKTTK, Secretary.
Knights Templar.
Corns Da Lion CoUMANnsar no. 8, X: • T
llolihl its stated coiiclin es at the as\ iuiii in Ma
aonic Hall, on ibe Third THURSDAY ol era h
month, at 7| o'clock r. M. Sojourning Kniirbta
Templar in good standing are eonlialh invited
attend. Ry order ot the E: ■ 0
N. KNiCKaaraa km. Reorder
Los Angeles Lodge No. 36, L 0. 0. F.
f Gtftf- Raom.aa (ting hold on Wednesday
evening of each week at 7:30 o'. ks.k.
-...j.nimiiig liretbren in goal standing an- eonliiil
ly invited.
J. O. Da TURK, N. O.
A FBASK R. 8
American Legion of Honor.
Sassty Coioicii,, No. He, meets First ami Third
Thursday evenings ol each month at Oood Tem
plnrs Hall.
Visiting Coinpaniona alw-ava welcome.
I>. R. PAVNK, Commander
C. O. Willman. Secretary. apfi 3m
Masonic Notice.
A Los Anoslsb Lnnos No. 42, F. AA.
M. -Tho staled meetings ot thia Lodg.
ara held on the first MONDAY of each
month at 7:10 r. M. Meniliers of pentalpha. No.
•Sri, and all Master Masons In good standing are
cordially im ited.
By order of the W;. M
K. of P.
Olivs Lonea No. 88 Host first snd third
THURSDAYS in Ihe month at Ikld Fellows' Hall
P. O. Building. Sojourning Knights invited.
J. R. SI'MMF.RS, C. C.
B A. Yosba. K. of R. ami S. jal-lv
Eagle Corps, N. O. 0.
KaarrtAS meetings at tho Armory, Conr
street, every Friday evening st 8 o'clock.
W. H. H. RUBSF.LL,
Captain Commanding.
C. A. Ksti.rr. First Sergeant. Je24-tf
Los Ajigoles Lodge No. 2925, K. of H.
Regular meetings of tho shove Lodge srs held
every Wednesday evening st Old Masoni.- Halt,
Spring atreet. Visiting brothers sre cordially in
vited to attond. H. O. AUSTIN
en 2 Dictator.
Los Angeles No. 33, B:-
Stated convocations on seoond MONDAY of each
month, 71 r. a., at Masonic Hal). Sojourning
companions in good standing eordialllv invited.
By ordsr of 3AMUF.L I'KAUER. H. P.
al. Lsn, Secretary.
Los Angeles Council No. 11, Royal
and Select Masters, P. * A. M
HoLDa ita stated assenbHes on ths 4th Mon
day of each month at Masonic Hall, at 7,30 p. a.
Sojourning Companions in good standing are
frataumUly invite,! to attend.
By Older of ih, Th in
R O. CUNNINGHAM. Reconler.
Confidence Engine Company.
Rsoclas meetings of this Compa
I "Sasaaasarasaof each month, st 7:3oocloek
Reoeile. N. COHKN. Secretara
SALOONS.
LEMP'S LAGER BEER,
The (test Heor in mfule by W. J. LKMP, of St.
fiouit. Call anil try it at
i,i;hp'n iii.i:r ti.K\. v,
»VI vn II rII MAIN ntkkß'l
Jani3 lm
THE SNUG,
No. 4 S. MAIN STREET
(Next door to CONFIDENCE ENGINE HOUS
H X IST R Y.
ormerly No. 10 Coinmttrcial St.
BEST LIQUORS, BEER AND CIGAR
eaTCome end ace me.
J3UI HENRY NORBOK.
CLUB THEATRE.
Main atreet, near tha Pico Hocae.
PERRY BROTHERS Proprlctori
We present weekly an organization of hrilliant
n'tire change of hill every Monday evening.
QRKAT ATTstAt'TIOMIt
For he Holidays novSO
WM. J. LEMP'S
Western Brewery,
ST. LOUIS, MO.,
Has established an agency here, and the world
renowned Beer is selling st S CTS. A GLASS st
C. ZISSIO, 2* X, Msin Street,
PAUL SHILLING,
Comer of Spring and Second
HcfIUGH * MASSET,
ssp latf Opp. New Freight Depot.
Farmers' Home Saloox.
pure liquors, fine cigars and lunches
No. 13 8. Main Sl,. near First.
FROHtISGER a MSTTNIEStW,
PROPRIETORS decaotf
Cash Furniture Store,
BEESON & ECKSTROM,
HBW -saa.BsTX>
DKstto
jEMT X%% BsTXTirO Xtß
io«i i.om infi-lcs Nreet.
THE HEADQUARTERS
Wangeman's Brass and String
Band
S now eetahliphed At F. Giese's Drug Store, No.
16 North Spring street mr* lm
The Poetry of Southern Cali
fornia.
DOLORES
By Albert F. Kertiieval.
Erery home .hould contain . copy of t S
beautiful t»ok.
For Sale by Phil. Hirschfeld a Co.,
IMtW\KT BUMK
Price, ... S3.
■taSMSXSi
OUR NEW
Carpet Beating Machine
Is now running, and we solicit the patronage
of housekeepers and persons wishing carpets
taken it*,), . leaned and relaid.
We claim to have the only new first claas Car
pet Beating Machine in Los Angeles, and «ill tta
good w. .rk at a reasonable rate.
Carpets in any t|tiantitiee cleaned and relaid
within twenty four hours troni the time ol tnkiiw
Carpet Beating, Works M Alvarado St.
Leave orders at Hotter ft Bradley's
Branch Store, opposite Pontottieej, or
at the Main Street Store.
JTPoekonVe Box 1104.
LACEY BROTHERS.
■aw
THE EmEGALLERY
\lwave in the lead. The finest studio in
Southern California. Our work is unequalled
and unexcelled.
T ■ STAMTOIw, ■>re>sv'r.
' aaeVSat Los Angeles Cala.
California Soda forks.
S. CELESTIN & CO.
i..0 W.ISO STREET.
PURE EASTERN CIDEE
From Eastern Cider Company.
EMr-Free delivurv to any part of the city.
Telephone No 304.
s***) 'Dm
MILES BROTHERS
Commision Merchants.
Drain, Hay, Feed, Etc,
tn North Spring St.. Temple Block
Lee An ire lea, California
Aaa-cv —Phunix Ins, Co., of Hartford| Home
Ins. Co., of New York. apo-lm
OFFICE HOURS.
I will he at my offlce from 0 a. N. te 12 at.. and
root 1 to 4 P. H. daily, Sundevs excepted.
R H. BOYD,
JvlStf Snperintendei t of Streets
Aiiso Street Market,
A. A. I LRU 11. Prop'r.
222 Aliso Street, opposite the Cracker Factory
Dealer in all kinds ot
Fresh an<l Salted M«*ts and Sausages. Goods
delivered to all parte of the city free. my4tf
KNOW THY FUTURE!
MADAME CLARA
THS GREAT FORTUNE TELLER
Jus* arrived from the Fast, has opened her
offlce at 2SO North Main street, r-.ni> M and 47,
opposite the St. Elmo Hotel. U« mJemen and
ladle* who wish to ■nmsnlt the Madame on any
business whatever will .dense call between the
hours ol It) a. tl. to 9 r. a. daily. Sundays In
cluded. Uentlemen, tl. ladies, 50 cants
P. S.—Entire satisfaction guaranteed, myttf
3
LUMBER YARDS.
AVER LUMBER CO., =
Alameda street. Near Aliso.
ORAND
DEPOT of PINE LUMBER.
11l all styles ol ahape, also ami Onlah,
Shingles, I ;.Hi A Moldings
h'romtne San Prancisco Moun
tains of Northern Arizona.
Lumbar drllicred Sinn* Use line of the 8. P. R.
It. from Ncwhall to thi; Needles. Address
HAMPTON 111 ITO V Avent.
apian
KERCKHOFF-CUZNER MILL AND
LUMBER COMPANY,
MAHurAonmRM of and in:ai.frs m
LUMBEE
Doors, Blinds, Windows, Eastern
Oak, Ash, Hickory, Walnut
and Poplar.
Are prepared W inccntc any and all kinds
Mill Work.
YARD AND MILL,
CORNER ALAMEDA AND MACV ITS.
Telephone No. 8. P. O. Bos 93.
mm a*.
J. M. GRIFFITH & CO..
Lumber Dealers,
Manufacturers of Doors
WINDOWS, BLINDS,
Stairs, Stair Rail. Rslluaters, Newell Posts an
Mill v*<.rk id tverv description, and dealers n
Lime, Plaster, Hair. etc.
No. Mt't North Alameda Stree
PEMYIIdTT&CO.'S
LUMBER YARDIV'.
AND PI.ANING MILLS,
N0.78 COMMERCIAL STREET
TRANSFER COMPANIES.
llfii S. Sarross. W«. C'asdwsll,
Pics, ami On, Sunt. Vice-Pros
I 11.0 Mai.VBST, Secy.
CaliFornia Truck Comp'y,
(Incorporated.)
Successors lo Bills A Co.,
General Forwarders,
No 9 Market St, Temple Block,
Opp. Court House, Los Angeles, Cal.
Mnchiner.v. Safes. Pianos, Furniturs and
MenlHcalise, .hipped or delivered on reasonable
PIASOS REPACKED FOR SHIPMEST.
Consignments ahippeil to our care C. O. I and
Rills of Lading left st our oitlee will receive
prompt sttention. Telephone Ne. 78.
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PIONEER TRANSFER COMPANY,
Office No. 3 Market Street.
Telephone No. 137.
spltf UEO. P. McLAIN, Proprietor.
Phineas Banning,
FORWARDING k COMMHSSION tf til
WILMINGTON. Loe Angelea County Cal.
Vassals towed, goods lightered ujnbe
and grain stored, with
ACCUSTOMED PROMPTNESS
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SALE »r>ii\i\«; STOCK.
THE COLORADO
Copper Mountain Mining
COMPANY.
LOCATION OF If INKS—Foot miles Fast of the
Colorado River, in Tnmn County, Alisons
Territory. 50mile* South of "Ihe Needle*." «i
the A. * P. R R.
orricßis:
S. J. BECK President
E. E. HEWITT Vice-President
HENRY II AMM EL Treasurer
THOB. J. CUDDY Secretary
JOHN GOLDS WORTH V Superintendent
DIRECTORS'
9. J Beck, E. E. Hewitt, Henry King
Henry Hainmel, A. H. Dwnker, James Uorma
John Goldsworthy, Thos. J. Cuddy.
At a meeting ot the Board of Directors or the
Colorado Copper Mountain Mining Company it
was resolved: to place WOO.OOO of the stock Of
the Company on the market to raise a working
capital. The stock is to be sold subject to the
condition that as **on aa 330.000 are subscribed
aud paid, the work or development ana! be
commenced. All money subscribed will be pat
on special deposit in the First National Bank of
Los Angeles.
Persons desiring information concerning the
mines their assays, location, etc., can apply to
any of the Directors and are referred, by per
mission, to the following named gentlemen: E.
F. Spence, H. S. Orme, John O. Irawuey.
This Stock is Peruatuaily Unasses
sable.
Circulars giving a history of the mi nee may be
had upon application te any of the directors.
A Map showing the exact location of the
mines may be seen at the otllos of
QEO. J. DENIS,
Attorney forthe Company, Room 4, Duoatnmun
Block.
The stock is at present in the hands of CoL X
E. Hew itt, who may be seen at his office »t the
New Depot
The shares are ot a par value of *10 each, but
for the next t» days will be sold for « 50 tach
This is an excellent opportunity for those of
■pjajl means to invest money in a most promis
iag home enterprise
By order of Board of Directors
S. J. BECK. President.
Titos* J. CrtM>T. Secretary. uarlMf
FOR SAlsB.
A BARGAIN.
20 Acres In the Git; of Los Angelea,
SUBDIVIDED MO TOWN LOTS,
known a* the Hatter Tract.
Prioe tT.OOn. tf Applied for MOO.
Thi. tract I. well loOAted, eoiuuMMid. . fin.
view .mi Adjoin, on the «Hith lite Preehyi^rien
r'einmle roiletre Ab'vut to be ereoted.
Apply to
WICKS, LUCAS & BEMTLEY,
SS sad ST, Temple Block
MM ANUKLKa »p2*tf
ESTABLISHED ISSO.
Barrett & Sherwood,
, No. 140 Montgomery Street, - San Fraiioisoo.
Importers and Manufacturers of
htatuou'ta. Watches, Jewelry, Silver
ware ami Plated wara.
We invito visitors So Saa Fraae'seo to inspect
our stock behws tasAiag their puresssssa Al
Awerrtoan Waichea A Wfs stark always «
hand. Agents for Rockferd Watehea. say* *%r

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