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RELIGIOUS SERVICES.
~_ vtWAJIA Main atraet. Ulow
C "»" K t L "'v?' j id.m, V 67, lucta,. lint
™ « *t8 a. a.; high
■LU*>et 10A. a Sunday School In Knglwh end
Ca^O^^^
achUm lor th«
ten
in.h»?S VI, J Sabbath evening, .t 6*, and
« ttreet. Uet
° Atoned.. N. M. Learned. Uinkner.
JSSTh* -'""I. Church »"k« SWfJfJ.
ran and 7:80 r. a. Sunday School, 3..Ut r.
i* 6 Wiley W.lla. Superintendent. Prayer
ntjcth* Wedneeday evening.
BArru.t CUo.cu -Corner of Sixth .ml Fort
.tract Raw. P. W. Doreey. pMtor Servtott
Sua. a. »d 7:30 r. a. Sunday School Immj
dletely alter the the inon, iiig ton we. SeaU
Ire. Thtpublic m oordudly Invited. PrejM
raihttlngt Tnuraday eveniiors. ,
Cuuacn-Coruer Fort. "jlSj.
.treota. Preaching every Sabbath at 11
. ii by th. pastor, llev.r.nd J. W.
Oil. whoee rwidence ia on Olive atreet be-
KnSwai'al Fourth
830 A. a.; Chlmiee School »t 630 Vas Va
lilMio. School, Katt Lo. A»g«lea. .t «■«»■»
Sacoao Peas attain as civ aca-WwaM .toja.,
laat Ua Angelea; Rev. J. M. Boat.
to .ttend ibe .bove meetings, not uc
Talao PaasavlKalAs Clicjct. -Cor» t* f»
™ M "Ti* "i T? a'" B viia CStevan * f-tor
Sunday School« . .i? N. Main .tnwl
1.15 i a.; Prayer meeting
"•day 8 r. a. church South, Sprint
*etS.&
Rev. W. Schuldt .il
"hoUienlanirtUnchurch on Fourth aunt
batwew I'ort and Hdl, every Sunday mornlni
ii 10 o'clock. Sunday School at 0:30 a. a
uch Sunday. Sunday evening tcrvioaa at 7:J(
Paatora rildence. No. 2*l IIIU Street.
Co»oewATlo»Al,<}Huacil-Ne.v High atreet Sor
tloee .very Sunday at 11 A. a. and . :30 r. a
Prayot tervloe. on Thuraday evening.. Boy
A. J. WeUt, DMtor.
Otltu. EVA.UELICAI, Lutiierak Cuitacu—Fort
.treet. neat Seventh. Service, every Sunday al
10-80 a. a.: Sunday School al 9:30 a. a. anil
at 3r. a. Rev. Geo. Boakel, patter. Paraon
ure 638 Hill atteet. , _
CaTvaaaAlun Saavicaa-Bryaon 11.1, 29 Sprint
■tract, thia evening .17 30 o'clock; Uev. O. II
Peer., Pastor.
Railboai. sxaaal Chaph,—Corner Railroad and
Chavalit.; Rev. F. A. Field, pattor. Preaching
every Habbath evening; Sebbatn School at 3:3u
o'clock; Prayer lueetiug, Weduelday evening;
Teacher, meeting, Friday ovenlng; Baud ol
Hop. laat Sunday uf each mouth at 1:30 o'cli>c. .
All are lnvlled to the above aarvlcoi.
CSaieTiAa Cnuecu.-Temple ttroot, near Fori
atreet. Preaching on Lord, day at 11 A.
a., alto.t 7:80 r. a., by the Patter Dr. F. tl.
Kirkhaiu. Seat, free; Sunday school 9:45 A. a.
Cawaaa MuauON—No. 46 Wilmington atreet, be
tweoii Flret Mid Requena. School every e»tu
log Irom 7 to 9 r. a.; Sunday School at 6, r.M.,
and preaching in Chineae at 7 P. a., by Rev. J.
C. Neviii, initaionary in charge. Residence, 131
BUI atreet, between tth and 3th.
LOS ANGELES MARKETS.
Attf EiroiT rtXOH CALL SOASD OF PIOW'M **'
L HANOI.]
f rtoai given bslew are lor round lota, of it o
tUrd quidiij. deUv«*i at stors or war. b -use In
Ulit city. Small parcel*, off qualities or extra
choice cradee are not incltidsd.
810 AJISSI)
0 :5--::::: n S IS
odaaaa No 1 — — w
do No. S
do No.S " ■
White Kuseuui j B
SteNe.l >« «£
do 1 1 15
Barter:
reed Ho. 1, new « JJ
d»No.l «• , £
Bresnn* 80. 1 old '*
Oorm:
untereiiow . „
■■ull yellow
Large While 1 *
Small white ~,
Floor Vbbt •«
-g
Mixed Feed J J»
Cracked Corn 1 J"
do Berieynew ■
Ground do
Batted do •»
Potato aeeke „,
UihrumUer oil, V «al W
Grain been*
Mill seeks "
Liverpool returned '/[
French returned Jt
Oelcutte. Bl3e, spot 't
Owe land jute
*BMleT.wti.bs>led 1J«
Eerie.. ra»b»l«l 1«»
Mluoß. B 1000
W.B.Alteu» tmmm
tt. B. * W
Wheel.U.B.
Early Boer, new OS 1 00
Irlah luauitlao »
•"SeC!"**. • «
Bed end while, choice. 1 >0
Aafelee roll No. I TO
Northern, do
Pickls.l, new do »
Ulead atom do
Firkin (Oal) V » w
Alaadtoe. Ilea, neud ■»»
■ot. 10 "
Boner: „, ,
CitnoteJ, Ufht »t «J
Amber J
Oemb » 11
(ajaaj B «
88L..».......••. (J0 jj*
Q»,lic... >«)
Cebbece per 100 *
"*Bnk Nomlnel
do Darer! . _ J°°
sr- 8 60
teaav.v.-.'.-.-..-.-.:u'.:-.: .»
Ilea Eldney <»
II 00 I H
4 lo»e«S
jXli.."— sts 4 £
• «
Aaerted lota ' 00
Piled Fruit ~,
Appkel,o»W,eyeeoreled... 1«»
ralnr-"" " 8 1"
Ftaeee «1
Btasthaerlee. U
Aaplea. elload
Pranc*. French tt
Ftsjaea. Cehv.... tl
I 0J
Londou'iayere 1 J°
OldLeyere PJ
Bulk retains c »•
fcrled (repae -
Weloete •••• *
Uaan eaeall. par hoi
uJLt |Kv.v".v:.v.v::.v::: «et »
•Teol: a s
rail clip, per lb • ,*
Bprlrit do » "
Pterlelor.. „
-
Sir/ •• i«i
Lard, 10-* tins lot
" »-a •• 1 ;
: 18
« Butt....- -
rimer cured - >•
A. »o.,unoan»aaeed !
Calllornle ■
"X m
SB „ ', : ill
Culla aeaaPt. i lees
Bellas:
■hurt sriol, each . f l
tone erool, eeeh 76
Bheasttian
Guns, Guns, Guns.
The attention ot the aporting publics ie
called to tha new arrieal of duns nut re
s-deed bjr Mr. Wm. i-ieeer, Sportamen'e
Kmporinm, 18 Coaaejusrcial etraet. They
eonslst of double-barrel breeoh-loeding
abut guua anrl rifles, erhich to the sports
man's Ufa are perns, thay ware Befooled
with thaj-reatiet oaro from aoma of tha
beet of Kneliah rnakaa, and ara of tha
vary bait ealue for money ever offered
Id this market. Tha moat faetidioua
aportaman can be aaited, there being
over 200 to enleot from at brioes from a
t» eingla to a 1200 Hammerieaa. Quality
batter and prioee lower than any other
hutaeeiu California- 12 tf.
Haghea'a Rueeian hatha, located No.
116 Mala St., opposite tha Pleo House.
Gentlemen and lad lea attended toby
pereone of their own aak.
A poaitiva on re for tlyepapaia—Kami
sub Hit tors. Miohel Lery A Co., whole
able liquor dealers, agents.
If you want a good appetite, drink
lhan-iei a Bit tare. Miohel L-evy k Co.,
i ■hot ■ sale liquor dealers, amenta.
All reepaotable dealers ksaap Damiana
Bitters Michel LasTy k Co., wholeaale
liquor daalara, agaala.
A NASA I. INJKCTOR free with each
bottle of Bhiloh's Catarrh Remedy,
yrice fiO oenle. Sold by C. F. H- linzeman,
J22 North Main atreet.
Kaetern traniplanleil oystera for one
elollar per oan, at Bob'a.
health and
.weal breath secured hy Shlloh's Catarrh
Remedy. Price M oaata. Naaal In
lector free. Sold by C. F. Heinaemenl
IX2 North Mala stroet
NEW ADVKRTIbKMENTO. KKW AUVERTmtaiKNTS.
SIMPLY STUPENDOUS!
Transcendentally Beyond Deacription in all its
Overwhelming Perfection.
AT LOS ANGELES ON
Saturday, September 27th,
W. W. COLE'S
E.VTIKF.LY NEW
COMPRISING THE
Biggest Circus in the World!
IN THREE BIG RINGS AND ON AN ELEVATED STAGE.
Fourteenth Veer of irucestsing Triumphs, augmented and enlarged to almost endless proportions.
The WHOLE WORLD IN MIGHTY UNION !
Astoundlug snd Truly Tremendous Features, and more Costly, Phenomenal attraction! than sll
other Shows.
■Deluding the A gk T,,,J v " n
All Overshadowing Hi f ot Brute Creation,
A HKIUOF RI.EPHANTM. Perlonnlug ElephauU, Clown Eleph.uts, Waltting Ele
plnnts, Big Klephatits, Small ElephanUand Musical Elephants.
A GREAT DOUBLE MENAGERIE IN TWO TENTS.
Twenty Camels, Nursing Bsby Camels, Giant Camels, Racing Camels, White Hippopotanuis,
only Black two horned Rhlnocerous, Sts Animals, Kangaroos, Trained, Wild Savage Beasts, Thrers,
Lions, Leopards. Wild Animal T alneri and Teachers, Fumale Snake Charmers, White Buffalo,
Loss*- Led, Sacred and S titular Biutss, aud all kinds ol Rare Winded Curiosities.
The Sacred White Elephant of Burmah.
4*5 ftt ** en * n< * * vei T r isertorance, by Phenomenally Expert and Daring Artists,
Aud a Troup of Twelve Marvelous, Muscular and wonderful A.lß,jf\.BS»>
All Bare Back Riders, many acts simultaneously; Roller Skaters, Bicycle Riders In the air.
Wire Walkers, Trained Horses, Trained Pigs, real Racing Pigs, Ri.tlne Monkeys; in fact,
EVERTHING EXCEPTIONALLY NOVEL,
Which vaat sutua of mouey, intelligence and progressive Ideas could secure or suggest
AI JTT AA A AT Ul "V All kinds of Atrial Act.. Daring and Deitrout Feat.
XX U iVLit.i.l X 7 Jj X « Trapeae Anuria, Oyniearta, Strong Hen, Btro»g Wo,
men, AteenaionisU, Senaatlomd Mid Air Fllghto and Celling Walking.
New People, New Acts, New Paces.
All old features discarded. Brand New Sensations Secured. Long Haired Lad in. Midget
Meu, Leapers. Tumblers, Clowns, Riders, Contortionials. Hippodrome Racing, Trained Stallions,
Performing Ponle*. Rival Riders in the Same Ring, Absolutely all Kinds of Show.
Doors open at 1 and 7 P. M. Two Performances Dally. ADMISSION, 91 Children (under 9),
Half Price. Cushioned Reserve.) Opera Chairs st Small Advance. sept*, 7,10, It, 21. 24
Auction Sales
By JOHN Cc BELL it CO.,
RKAL ESTATE AND GILSKRAX AUCTIONEERS
Office, Room ti. Temple Block, over
the County Dank.
Rea estate In sll parts of the city, Includ
in* residences sod business properties, blocks
and ranches, subdivided snd sold st suction or
« Appraiaeementd of every description of property
s specialt v. Sales made at auction b/ order of
Courts, Adndnletrators, Executors, Commission
era, Receivers, Mortgagees and Trustees, faithful
ly complying with prescribed legal forms.
Houses snd rooms rented; aasumi charge of
property, hold power of attorney for absentees,
collect rents, attend to taxes, Insurance, stroet
work, improvements tiod building*.
A'so, auction, horae and i arrtage mart snd
aalu< yard, (eOs Angeles street. lietweeo First and
Second streets
Horses, Carriages,
HARNESS,
Coupes, Landaulets and
Landaus.
ALSO THK |
Temple - Street Stables,
CORRALS AND PAINT SHOP.
By order ol Oeo. O. Ford, Esq , owner, an.l.pro
piieter ol the Orend Centre! Hotel.
AT THE
Temole - Street Stables,
On Temple Street, at S a. m..
Saturday, Sept, 27,1884,
Will be sold without reserve, for V. 8. gold coin,
the buildings known aa the Temple Street Sta
bles, and Barns, Corals, Paint Shop, excellent
timber snd In good condition.
Parties wishing to purchase the buildings will
ploass hear in mind thst the buiineia Is profita
ble and can be continued right along, it.', board
ers, fine livery, snd you can step into a An. first
clear, paying business.
HORSES.
1 fins Sorrel, 7 years old, 1100 pounds
I psir of truck or farm horses, 8 years old;
1 '."ii; pounds each.
1 pair of dun carriage horses;»W pounds each;
0 years old.
1 single blsck horse; 102b pounds; 7 years old.
very fine family horse.
1 sorrslstngls or double; very kind; ft years old;
lOfrO pounds.
1 span dapple greys, 8 years old; lOftO ponnds
each; fine lemlly team, single or donble.
1 span bay carHsge horses; 1060 pounds each;
fine hack team.
S very nice saddle horses for Isdiea or gents.
1 span of bays, 5 years old, 1000 pounds each;
fine travelers vary Kind, go single or doubls.
CARRIAGES.
8 coupes, fine and in excellent condition; 1 lan
dau, 1 fsndanlet, S tiaoks.
1 very flnel-sest«i family carriage, new.
1 two seated rock a way.
S covr red phaetons, nearly new.
2 eoTered truggiea.
1 opsn buggy, 1 new 1 seated family covered
spring wagon.
1 passenger wagon.
HARNESS.
4 sets hack harness, t new, t medium; f sets
fine plsfnted earrisgs- harness.
1 sat single coupe harness, brsnd new; ft sets
single angs v and coupe harness, sll new.
Also, saddle, robes, whips and all tools, etc.,
io stables
Ni >TE Tha rolllag stock, harness, etc.: Some
hss been used aix months, the balanoels entirely
new and all In excellent condition. This sale
presents an unoommon opportutty for any party
who wishes to step Into a first-claaa, fine paying
lurry huainosa
Term* of sale All suma of 1100 antl under,
oash in V. S. gold coin; sll sums over fIOO, OH
days; satisfactory endorsed paper at 1 per cent,
added.
Any and all can bo seen an I examined st any
tlme Wort the SSI*. JOHN C, REM.,
ejeepOtd A IFF*! 111 ll eer
THE ELITE GALLERY
always In Ike lead. Tke Unset etudlo In
Southern Oalllornla. Our work ie .neouetted
aad uaeleelled.
T ■ STANTON, er.»Vr.
evejlstl tUee Aej.lse. O
/
LOS ANGEIaES DALI.* HERALI3. SUNDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 21, 1884.
FOR SALE.
1000 ACRES
OF THE —
Finest Fruit
OB—-
Vineyard Land
In Southern California,
WITH
Abundance of Pure Spring
Water.
CLIMATE ABOVE THE FOG LINE.
600 ACRES
UNDER <ri TIVATION.
Ready for vines or trees.
Part in Old Vineyard.
t Price, $25 per Acre, 4 t ash.
Applj to
H. J. BTEVENBON,
Room 14, Downey Mock.
Or P. O. Bos 70S, I. s Angelas
eeptl7tf
FOR RENT.
5000 ACRES
IS THK
SHANKLIN TRACT, ANAHEIM.
»» At'RKM Or ALPALPA
And a Oood Ditch of Running
Water.
A splendid place ho«a or ah op. For partlo
ulera apply to or addrcee, JwHm WAONrJK
euglSti Anahsl'm.
SAN FRANCISCO
Artificial Stone Paving Co.
DAVID MUTjREIN, Supt.
We bajt to Inform tho public thst wo are now
ready to put down the Howard Patent Stone
Pavement for aldewalks, iranien walkn. Cellar
rioori and fronts. AI no concrete foundations
for buildings. Our work Kiiaranteed.
Ordirs leftat Orsod Central Hotel will receive
prompt sttention. Patent applied for. lmsepl?
BUY A HOME ANO FRUIT FARM
—IN THS—
Foot Hills at a Bargain.
Constating ol
:H» Acres all in Fruit Trees
And Grape Vines two years pleated.
Fenced and surroundetl with cypress hedge.
Mountain water for Irrigation piped on piece and
in house. A cosnrßodloushoase 5 reouis, bam.
slteds, etc. Buildings cost #lWf», A house In
this otty worth from *2000 to #SOOO would bs
lakes In part payment Price. «k«00. Apply to
JOHN 8. CAI.KIN*.
Rooma, Sehumaeher Block,Opp. P. Ot
au«« isa
I
LAWYERS.
j. B. DTJPTJY,
LAW OrriOK. No. 84 TEMPLE BLOCK.
Rcud.nc*. No. 1018 Oils. Btr.ct. -t-een
EUv.nth and Tw.lftti. JylS tm
isTornrOTjaNOY,
ATTORNEY- A LAW,
Room No. 40, Tempi. Block, 1. Augale., 01.
O. W. MORTIMER,
ATTORN EY-AT-LAW,
71 Temple Block, Loe Anxeles. Legal agenta In
Elu.-I.nd and StwC BITI
s v lemur. j. D. iauab. hot. .icu.
WICKS, LUCAS & BENTLEY,
ATTORNBYB-AT-LAW,
81 AND 87 TEMPLE BLOCK. LOS ANOELES.
a«80tl
J. Q. liowA.e. Jouk RoaAara.
HOWARD & ROBABTS,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
Wilcox Block, 40 Spring St., Loa Ang«l«e.
)«tttf
Gardiner & Stephenson,
Attorneys ad Oounselore at Law
Orrioe-Rooma 1. 3 and S, Allen Block,
CORNER Or SI'KINO AND TEMPLE STS.
lehiltl
UKORGE J. CLARK,
NOTARY PUBLIC,
No. Ut West Flret atreet. Acknowledgement,
of all klnda taken with le/»l eaactnesa. mv Hi
~ A. O. HOLMES,
NOTARY PUBLIC,
Room 37, Temple Block. (Main streat aide.
»plBtl
GRIFFIN JOHNSTON,
Attorney-at-Law and Exam
iner of Titles.
Room 4 Allen Block, corner Spring .ud Temple
street.., Loa Angelea, l al. m>o II
D. M. ADAMS,
ATTORNEY.AT • LAW,
Block. lenllU
J. Brousseau.
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
eVKOS. M AND 67. BAKES BLOCK, rarlltl
JNO. B. CHAPMAN. J. A. OR..VKB.
Graves & Chapman,
Attorneys and counselor* at Law
HOOM NO. 8 BAKEK BLOCK. 'eIU
GRIFFIN JOHNSTON,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
And Examiner of Titles.
Rosin 14, Hun,ill. r Block, Spring street, Los An.
geles, CsL aug3ltf
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
HOUSES RENTED. COLLECTIONS MADE.
W. A. CLINTON,
(Successor to P. Philip.) Bealer in
RBAX. BBTA.XB
And Agent for Fire, Life A Accident Inmnnce,
• Commercial Street, Los Angela., Cal
jjjjSj
H. C. Oeahav. Oborbi J. Clak.b
GRAHAM & CLARKE,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
City and country property bought, sold and
Exchanged. Loans negotiated.
O. J. Clarke, Notary Public ana Conveyancer.
Office 67Spring St., Los Angeles, Cat.
my2stf
L. W. DENNIS. C. C. COoK.
DENNIB & COOK
Real Estate, Loan
.... AMD ....
INSURANCE.
948 BAKER BIOCK,
References - Los Angeles National Bank; First
National Bank; Los Angeles County Bank.
Have for sale City Property, improved and
unimproved; Vineyards, drape and Fruit Linda,
tUnches Stc, octU tf
J * y.iu. mull. O. A- Doaivsaa
DOBINSON b FAIRCHILD,
RIAL ESTATE A INSURANCE BROKERS
No. 43 NORTH SPRINO STREET, LOS AN
OELES, WILCOI BLOCK.
aepl2tf
W. a Mat., mn. JR w. HORFORD.
MORPORD & SON,
Real Estate Brokers,
MO, 110 IfOBTH HPHIN4. MT„
Temple Block
Honaea, Orange Orovea, Vineyards.
Itaucbos and Farms
FOR SALE AMD TO LET.
Refer by permission lo
J. R. Toberman, Ex-Mayor: Osn. George
Stoneman, Governor; John R. Plater Prsst. L. A.
County Rank; Gen. John Mansfield, Ex-Lieut.
Qoveruor: 11. S. Baker.Vije President L. A.Coun
ty Bank; J. He Bart h Shorb, Vlticulturist; E. F.
Spence, President First National Bxnk; I. W.
Hellman, President Farmer's and Merchant's
Bank dec 7 tf
Faaaa E Adams, J. W. Mi*aaaY. Ed E. Aiums
ADAMS, 80N ft MURRAY,
Real Estate Dealers M Mone? Brokers
Offlce, No. SSB Pico House:
Improved and unimproved City and Country
Property. Orange Orchards, Vineyards and
Ranches In the best localities in Southern Califor
nia. Correspondence aolicfted.
Nn 338 Pico House, N. Main St .Urn Angeles. Ci*
H. J. Woollacott,
•»« and «s SPRING ST.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
fine and Liquor Dealer.
Pure California Wines
AND
BRANDIES
Put up in cawa ready for ahlpuient to all part,
of tha Ewt.
Port, Angelica, Sherry,
Muscat, Burger, Zinfandel,
Riesling, Blaue Elben.
ALSO A FINE OLD,
Trousseau Port Wine
JESSE MOORE & COS
KENTUCKY WHISKIES
For ramlly and Medicinal use.
IMPORTED LIQUORS.
Henneasy A. M artel 1 Cognacs.
Jules, Robin k Peboon Brandies.
CHAMPAGNES:
0. H. Mumm, Cachet Blanc, Green
Seal, Pomery Oreno, Kroug» Mon
tigiiy. Louis Roexlerer.
ENGLISH ALE & DUBLIN STOUT.
Fine Imported Sherry and Port Wins*,
BenfKlictine, Caracoa, Fine Old Hoi*
land Qiu by the pint, bottle or gollon,
I pay particular attention to family trade and
promptly deliver goods to all parts of ths city.
Addre** all orders to P. O, Bos SM and will n
(*tv*>rompl attention. Itesneotfully,
H. tl. WOOLLACOTT.
•epttf tm
CAPITOL REFINING CO'
STANDARD REFINED
COOKINQ FAT I
Hade from Beef Fat A Olive Oil.
For sale by th. prtnotpel giucee.
omot-i. Aha. a
SPECIAL NOTICE
TO THE AFFLICTED!
BRONCHITIS I CONSUMPTION I
M. Hilton Williams, M. D.,
U. C. P. 8. 0„
Formerly ot Detroit, Mioh., and tor 14 years
pn.piieturof Hit; Detroit Throat snd Lung In
stitute, eontiiiut-s to treat sll thu various diseases
»I the Head, T< roat, an.l Chest. North Main
struct, Loa Angeles, Calif, rnia, by tho Aervau or
Inhalation sj stout o( practl o
All diseases of the respiratory organs treated
b) the most Improved tsediuated inhalations,
thus bitnging tbo remedies into direct oon tact
with the dbeased parts. These are In all cases
eonil-iited with pi oper coiistilntiJnal remedies
tor the liver, c-toinach, nervous system and
Dlood, etc.
tO\MIWITI«\
The earl* symptoms of this disease are a
sense of weariness upon little exertion, aud dis
position to remain passive snd idle, a peculiar
sensitiveness of the i fleets of cold an.l a short
ness ot breath upon moving ipiickh ur ascend
ink a hill ur stairs, a slight ha. kii.it cough, with
or without expectoration, Hying pains throgh
out the chest or back or under the shcutder
blades. The symptoms are worse towards or
Juring the night; slight fever In the sfternoon,
cold feet and hands, and In many cases blue
liildily of the lipe and root* of the flnerer nails.
The wore advanced lyinptonu are wasting of
flesh, diarrhea, chills and ftvsr, night sweats,
expectoration of yellow put from thu uloer* or
cavities in the lungs, with or without a depres
sion of the chert. Increasing weakness and at last
a .'losing up of the air passages of the lung's,
causing strangulation or suffocation of the pa -
tieut for want of newer to expectorate tbe mu
cus from the hmga.
Heretofore the treatment of consumption has
been very unsatiefa'-tory both to physicians and
their patients; hut, luckily, since the discovery
of the Aerean system of practice a few years ago,
thousands of cases have been completely cured,
« her.:, had it not been for this system of prac
t'ce, utter falluro to combat the evils of ths dls
case would have coniinuetl up to the present
time. The system ot Medicated Inhalation Is
the only means by which these diseases can be
cured Aati ttey are recommended bj the
Idghost authority , both in Europe and Amerisa.
And here we would diaw the distinction be
tween Inhalation and Atoiuiution. Borne per
sons suppose they are the same iv every respect,
while nothing Is farther from the truth. Iv
A toiuicstiort tho liquid Is scattered in thu form
of a spray, which only reaches tbe throat, while
in Inhalation the remedy to be inhaled medicates
the sir we breathe and is com c) ed illnotly Into
th<- air passages of tbe lungs as readily aa ordi
nary air. Dy this means we are enabled to.lis
solve the hardened mucus in the luiigs, ease the
cough, facillta'e expectoration, contract and
heal ulcers aud cavities after all hope of cure by
the ordinary methods Is past.
t oxn'i;riTio\ rit ten.
Those who desire to consult with mo iv regard
to their cases had better call personally for au
examination, but if Impossible to do so, may
write for k list of tjuestions anu Medical
Treatise.
Address St. II Itton WIIIUmm. N. ■»..
275 North Main Street, Los Angelea, Cal.
Omcs Hours, from 10 a. a. to 4 r. a.; Sun
days from 4 to S F. M.
ty7
COLONY LANDS.
THE TEMECULA
Land and Water Company
Are subdividing a tract of land situated ln the
celebrated
Temecula Valley, in San Diego
County, California,
Recently owned by Don Juan llurrietta, con
taining fourteen thousand acres of lawi. having
sn altitude of about one thousand feet above the
sea level. This tract if land lies about 45 miles
southerly from Colton. The California Southern
Railroad runs through the entire length of tbe
tract. The soil in the valley is formed of sedi
mentary deposits. It ia a rich, dark loam, with
out gravel or boulders, and can be easily tilled
as no clay or adobe soil appears, but is full of
rich sediment, which holds the rainfall And pre
vents leaking or drying, so that when you come
to cultivate you turn up moist earth. Ths vu
perior value of this soli is its closely underlying
supply of water, and when cultivated the moist
ure rise* to the surface, doing away with the
necessity of irrigation almost entirely, but in
case of a dry season, f irrigation be thought nee
Inexhaustible Supply of Water
Can be bad by sinking from Bto 10 feet It Is
also ia the artesian belt and artesian water can
be easily obtained. The mesa is formed of un
dulating lands of reddish-colored soil mixed with
decomposed granite on tiie surface, with enough
mixture ot clay in the subsoil to hold the moist
ure. There is a
Fine Running Stream of Water
With several branches running through the
rancho. Also several hot and warm springs,
noted for their cure of pulmonary diseases.
These springs will be improved imnieulatalv, and
the Company design building a hotel and' stall
road depot on the town site. Both buildings
will be handso-nely ornamented. The hotel will
be built two stories high snd contain thirty
The Directors of the Presbyterian College of
Chicago design putting a college building on the
ground as soon as practical. There is plenty of
good oak wood which can be had delivered at the
rancho at from $4 to $1.5.' per cord sml common
lumber can be delivered st $25 per thousand.
The climate is healthy. The rancho is not
more than 15 miles from tbe sea coast and the
ocean breeze fans the valley, purifying the at
mosphere with invigorating effect, lv the day
time the air is soft and dry and always mild, a
little cooler at night, but never more than being
comfortable.
As a health resort, none in Southern California
can surpass in natural advantages this beautiful
district of land, with its warm springs of miner
al water containing sulpher. iron and soda, its
proper elevation shove the sea, pure, dry and
gentle air, with beautilul scenery sll around can
but confirm the assertion thst as a health resort
it can not be excelled, especially for catarrh,
throat and lung diseases.
It is the intention nf the Company, as soon
ss the laud la subdivided, to sell in tracts from
s town lot upwarl st prices that cannot but sat
t*Ty actual settlers. The prices will be classified
according to the merits of tbe property, one
third down, balance in one and two yean.
CHARNOCK, MORRILL A ROBINSON,
Hole Agent*.
Parties dedring Information will address,
CHAS. CHABNOCK,
P. O. Box K>3, Los Angeles, Cal.
Rooms No. 11 and 18 Widncy Block, (upstairs)
First Street, between Main and Spiing.
W. E. ROBINSON,
Cotton, Cal., or
C. L. MORRILL,
augST tf Temscnla, Cal.
Grand Picnic
Al»r» BAI.I.
OK THE
Del Valle
GUARD
AT TIIE
City Gardens
-os-
Sunday, Sept. >lst, 1884.
The f. t n vie- will eonil.t:
I. A sack race, open to sH Prize «10
t. Running race Cleveland or Blame Hit
3. Rett standing iump(w ith weghts) Pine Rus
sian Leather Note Book.
4. Ladies' race Prize Handsome Parasol
6. Best gentleman dancer, Flue Pair Patent
Leather Pumps.
il. Best lady dancer Fine Fan
7. A pries of 9SO will bs given to the hand
somest man on the ground and to the most
beautiful lady a costly Toilet Set.
Dancing will be the order of the day.
The Committee on Award of Prizes
For Athletic Rzercises will consist of the fol
lowing well known gentlemen:
N. A. Covarubtas, Major Uoo. K. Usrd,
R. M. Barltam, A. T Currier,
Sidney Lacy.
The Committee on Award ot Prises for ths
handsomest man and the most beautiful w-otnan
J. Bowney Harvey, W. J. Kingsbury,
Leon J. Rose, J. T. Galley.
Walter S. Moore.
OOMMITTKK ON RECKPTION:
J. P. Moran, Autoine Rogue,
Harry Coutan, Win Stoemer
FLOOR COMMITTEE:
Henry O'Melvenv Fred. W. Potts,
Ike Norton, T A. Hotsllo,
C. L Cms. ssptUtd
SCHOOOL SUPERINTENDENT'S
OFFICE.
Th. oflloe ol the City Sup.rlnt.nd.nd.nt of
School, ia lo th.
Central School Bui'dintr.
Corner Port and Temple Sts.
OFFICE HOUBS-l b> 6 r ■ mry day, east
a SO to 10 Kondai .
MeJ*. lm L IK SMITH. Supt '
RKAL ESTATE. REAL ESTATE.
Crescenta Canyadal
A HEALTHFUL ADD BEAUTIFUL SPOT!
i 'FINE CLIMATE FINE SOILS
Pure Water and Plenty oi It!
ONLY 11 MILES NORTH OF LOS ANGELES.
CRESCENTA CANY ADA
Is a Tract of 2500 Acres of Land,
Situated near the Base of the Sierra Madre Mountains, above the Vunlugo Canon,
and knuwo as Frostier, Warm Kriish Land. It ia vow beiu X subdivided
into 10-acre lota, each of ivhicli will In* c a wate> ight from a series ot reset voir*
now being made on thu tract.
THE LAND WILL BE SOLD ON EABY TERMS,
With one-quarter cash dowtt. A tract of 40 acrea haa been laid out aa a Town
■ite, with a Park and Fountain. Aa a aituation for invalids it is one of the tintst
in the world. Mount Sau tfranoiano Marin protects it from winds from thn sua
and the Sierra Madrefrom the north wind.
Special inducements will be given to parties who will put up a
Hotel Tor Tourists and Invalids on tho Tract.
| | j
Hotel would ba tilled all the year.
Inquire at the office of T. E. ROW W, 114 \orfhJSprlntf&trect
Mr. A. E. Briggs will take pe&sure in showing the land and 'giving all informa
tion about the same. maylStf
Dr. HRobinson,
OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
CORNER OF COURT AND SPRINO STREETS, LOS ANCELES, CALA.
Scientific Adju«ln« ef SPI'TTAOLttS ,n.l EYE GLASSES .t thl. office. NO EXT tACHAROE
for crantnaliou ol eye. SATISFACTION UUARASTKKI) ill every v ...
NlgHt l» Prle.les. DunttrlfU - Ith your eye., ~ loit eight never return. Do not
buy elaaae. th.t .re nateult ■! to your vision from inexperienced dealers. Superior Lenses and
superior facilities combine to give our SuecUole. anil Era-Ulaeees . ii.;ianal repuutloil.
CTArtiOcUl Human By., inserted without pain. JeKM
MANTELS and GRATES
Juat recalred; another earlo.il those beauti
ful Mantels, ud tor sale et
REDUCED RATES by
J. A. B ARROWS,
tit and lit N. LOS ANUEI.ES STREET.
Barbell fence wire in quantitiae to suit liuautO
E. U.oes. VT. H. Bournta.
UNGER At HOLMES,
Seachers of Records k Oonveyancors,
BOOMS 10 cad 11, BUMILLKR BLOCK,
Lo. Anffelae, Cel. auytl lm
W. H. HOLMES A CO.,
OOLLEOTION AGENCY,
Facilities for Collecting throughout tha
United States.
Rooms 10 and 11, Btunlller Block, 41 5. Soring
Street. Los Anseles, Cal augtU lm
J. W. FULLER.
Practical Watchmaker tic Jeweler,
819 North Main St., opposite the Pieo House,
Special attention given to fine and difficult
worV. All work wilt receive prompt and careful
attention. Satisfaction alwsys given and charges
lessonabls, JylStf
F884.~ 1884.
FIFTH ANNUAL
Horticultural, Agricultural
Industrial Exposition
SIXTH DISTRICT
Agricultural Association,
PAVILION,
Los Angeles,
OCTOBER 13th to 18th,
laelnslve.
$8,000 IN PREMIUMS I
Arrangements are Completed
for tbe laartrest Exhibition
Elver Yet Made.
The Usual Baby Show Friday after
noon, October 17th.
8.11.1 tor Program... and Premium List.
It 11. HEWITT. Secretary,
No. 4 Baser block.
W. 11. WORKMAN, Praudent. septMd
SPBOIAI. NOTICE.
Th. S» (laa. in th. SpMd Prorrawro. we. Ie
tended, when eriopted by th. ConnuitU. ol the
Aicrirultural Aaasa-laUou, aa . Utalrlet ra», but
wm by misprint made a tree for all. Knt.ks.
will b. re.-el.eil as a District rac.
mott B- 11. HEWITT, Secretary.
REMOVAL.
DOCTOR AGNES BURR. Uoi»«r«thl« and
KhMitriewß, haa reeawred tv
Pouet's Building, orer People. Store,
Snrli a saeeH. Dr. Bar. auakae • werlalty of
wosuee'adMaes* aed will w.rMI.CUK.
mmm la.
SEE HERE I
Splendid 32-acre Fruit Farm
Jitbt outside the city: 10-room house. Urge barn,
•sc.; fl sores full bearing vineyard; 22 acres other
fruit trees ten yssrs old. Will sell sll or part
very cheap.
Two corner snd 2 inslJe lots on Griffin avenue.
Bast Los Angeles, close to school and car line:
only »*OUp*r lot.
Fine business lot on Los Angeles St.
I also have improved and unimproved proper
ty in all parts of the city and county. Call on
orsddruss N. S. EMBODY,
No. 5 South Spring street, Los Angeles, Cal.
septlS lm
Drs. Cc A Frank Stevens,
Bn«t let of Tt»Ptli, *»H. Leave impres
sion tor teeth ia the morning, csn have them
same day. Teeth without a piatc. Fine fillings
a specialty. All operations guaranteed. Rooms
IS sod lit Schnmaener Block,opposite V O mvdtf
Monday Wight. Meptrtaber loth.
THB OASIATO.
■v mtsK l it Hl'.
SALOON ANDFREE LUNCH
118 8. SPRINU STREET,
OPP. TURN VEREIN HALL,
Where he will be happy to ccc ell hit Mends end
ths public generally end serve them with the
BEST OF WINES, LIQUORS A CICARS.
Fine Lunch will he served et the opening*.
ses-»U lm
New Drug Store.
CHRIS. QARVER,
No. ST South Spring Street.
DRYSON BLOCK, DEALER IM
Pure Drugs, Medicines,
Patent Medicines, Trusses,
Syringes, Toilet Art ids.
Low, Son A Haden Bulk Perfumes.
Physieiane Prescriptions accurately com
pounded.
GOODS ALL NEW ANO FRESH
applet!
FOR RENT.
The entire upper story of the
LALANDE BLOCK,
No. :m South Sprint. St.
Fifteen rood slssd rsorae, well ventilated and
all having fine outlook. Half hhH'fc from Post
OafsW rVtr pariiculara inquire at oßlce of
T R KOW %\
SSRS>I»SStI (Spring Street.
AFTER FOURTEEN WEEKS,
J. J. WARNER has returned and can be found
as hie former ROOM. -13, TKttPLK HUICK,
whses he will be pleased to perform the duties
of NOTARY IM'BMC and OOSYKYANtKR tor
his okt f riende aud all new ones as well ss for the
public, in irsseral. sssraSsf
PHYSICIANS.
DR. HTJOKINB,
llcUman Block (over Gr.nje Store), No. 17
North Main St., Loa Angelee.
OFFICE WOCM 10 A. K. lo tra, U OO r. a. to
4r. a., 7 r. a. to Sr. a.
llotirsb.twe.il 11 a. a. ami 1 r a. ilavotau to
treatment of Eye, Ear aad Throat IllsuMcs,
Kciddenrv, No. 4W) HprlnK Street.
Te1e].!.....,., tlllliv, N.I tat; Realdi■nee. No. Ut.
ae|ilotf
DR. B. P. PBNDBRY,
PIIYHItIA* \>l> .KOV
Ofiloe and Iteaidenee,
llauunon.l Block. '24 Sotttll Spiinit Sir,. I Ul
A..|f.l.s. Cal.
OFFICE llnl Its 1i to lia., to Ir. a.. 710 0
** aaylllm
J. H. UTLEY, M. D.,
PHVNICItIi \\l> Nl'llls HON.
11l KICK, HO, 1.A1.1.KN BLOCK,
Oli U Ijl Ita| tmi T—llllllHlll Loa Amelia
OlBee Hours Bto 11 A. v., Ito4r. a. seplStf
H. P. CHAM2ERLIN, M. 0.,
timet rooms 4 and fi No. 80 South Sprlnir Street,
Realdenee, Cllleaxo Aye, Hoi le llolulils
Offloa houra. 10 to 12 A. »„ ! to 1 r.
a. ollstetriesnn.liltsr.i-c. ol women a s|teoiall>
myt-tl
HENRY B. LATHROP, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN ANO SURGEON,
HFFICE and HESIDENCE. Rooma 1, 2 and 3,
It'i.Oer Itl.iL-k, i:t South Sprinit street.
OFFICE HOURS -8 to 10 a. a end 1 to 4 end
0 to 7 r. a. ap!st
Q. J. ROWLEY, M. D.,
OFFICE and KF.SIOF.NIF. BRVSON BLOCK,
29 MOI'TII SPHINU STREET.
omt'B Hoi'aa: v to 12 a. a., 2to 5 r. M.,7 to
Calls anawori-.l at all houra. Ji-10 Out
M. Hilton Williams, MD, M OPBO,
(Fornierl) of Detroit, Mich.)
Graduate of Victoria ColleKc, Tiiroulo, OuU.
riaiOakJi), MeuiV r of tile Ciilleiia uf Physicians
and suramins of Ontario, tor several years
|.r..j.neu.r of the IliiUrio Pulni..iiiii\ Instiuiu
tic lieiroit Thr. ul sn.l lu.titiile at l)e
-tioil, Michigan.
Oattioßi tn Nortli Main street,Loe Antf->lca,('.l.
Otllcu houra, Irom 10 a. a. to 4 r. a.
Siindajs.froni 4 to Dr. a. MtM
TE! D. WISE, M.l>j.
PHILLIPS BLOCK. SS NORTH MAIN STREET,
llrs.liute.l In tha Jeffemm Medical OtOeCe, Phil
ad. Iphla. in IMili, atteuilisl leeturea 111 ML liar
Lhol..Kiev.'» Colic,u H.rsjllUl, Lolllloil. Alaoill
nil's Hospital anil kind's College, Loudon, 111
ISSI ami IBM. Tsok a ciiliieal course ill the
Meulcal University, Ksliriliurayh, and solicits such
ealioaaaje aa his cxpeiiemo nml mcdicel aduee
ti.ai merits.
Un i. m liot'Ka: -t to It) A. a. and 2 to 5 r a*
Jttael ty
A. R. RHEA. M. D ,
I-lIVSI4 I \\ AXIS HI HURON
Office and reU.lci.cc. 45 North Sprint Stroet,
In the new I'onet Bunilller Block.
Prompt attention Kiien to all profeaaionai
Diseases of Children a Specialty.
Omue li ... -—o to 10 a. a., 2to(*7toBr a.
Calls anewereil at all hours of the day or liltcKt.
DR. T. C. CAU, THE HEALTH OFFICER,
Has taken Boom No. It In the Loa Anne lea Ho
tel, corner Fii'.t ..n.l Loa Angel*. sltaeU. lie
will remain iv Ida ollles from tf to 10 A. a., to
lacciiiuate those alio may wish i.at the hands
of the city.
Le Cronicacony niyltf
DR. P. R. FROST
lias REMOVED his office aud Residence lo
17 N. Main St., Hellman Block,
llootna 3, 4 end 5.
OFFCE ffOL'RS- 8 to 11 a. a., 2 to I and 7 to 8
sepUJ F, a. Telephone No. IM.
KBMOVED
DR. ROSS KIRKPATRICK
Haa removed his oitice to
Hellman Block, No. 17 N. Main St..
« Boonul 1. 2 and 3.
OFFICE HOUKB-10 to 12 a. a., 1 to 4 and 7 to 8
sepllltfl r. a. Telephone No. HO.
F. Dl W. CRANK, m. 0;
HON (EOPATHIST.
Rooms J.". bjiil SO Uaker block. Office hours,
10 A. v. to U M., l! tu 4, and 7totlP. M. uovl tj
Dr. J. S. Griffin,
OFFICE AT RESIDENCE, 14 S. MAIN STREET.
Office Hoars—9 to 11 A. M,l to 8 snd 7to 8
Residence— Esst side of Main street, below
Flrst. tnlS-ti
Dr. 0. P. Gilliiighcuri,
Graduate snd Member Royal College Surgeons,
England.
Graduate ami Member Royal College I'hyel
oisiia, Ediuburg.
71 N. MAIN STREET, NEAR FIRST STREET.
Consultation ho urn: 9 to 10 a. m., 2to 4, 7
to 8 r. s. dec49-tf
a .EDGAR smTK^Tix
Itectal Ulsi>iih(>n. .Voub and Urin
ary Troultlfsj.
19 South Main street. Jan24tf
DR. J. P. WIDNBY
Has removed bin otflee from Downey Block tc
WIDNEY HUmjK. FIRST STREET,
between Main and Spring,
OFFICE HOURS, I*J£ l J p y
Residence, 321 South Hill Street.
Telepltone, office n9. House 69-3. Jsn23tf
DR. J. M. WHITE,
DENTAL PARLOR,
South Sprlnfr street. No. 31 Brvaou Block, Loe
Augelea, C.L jsnetl
WALTER LIN OLE V, M. O
Omci ay ii Rkaidrscs
WO. 23 A 43 FORT ST
Next door to Wollweber's drug store,
Telephone No. 42. Office hotus t to 4 P. at
DR. CHAS. A. H. DE SZICETHY.
OFPlCE:—Schumacher Iflcck, oppostts Post
office, rooms 20 and M, RESIDENCE; -Pearl
street. corner Ninth.
Office hours: -10 to 12 a. m.; 1 to 4 p.m.; 7 to
BP.n. at residence. Telephone No. at office and
residence, 160 Day and night calls answered.
aitttf
Dr. Joseph Kurtz
No. 365 Mala street, opposite Baker Block
seT'Eye and ear diseases treated with the care of
a specialist. apSS
J. Harmon, H. D.,
County Physician.
MASCAREL fUMLDINQ, upstairs. Residence
ConntopoliUn HotsL
Office hours from 10 to 12 a. at.; from 1 to *r. a
SpgQ-tf
DR. E. ROBBINS,
lIS a. MAIN STREET.OPPOSITECATHEDRAL,
Medical Electrician and proprietor of the cele
brated Electro Therapeutic Baths.
Diseases diagnosed withoat explanation from
the patient. Com-ultatiou free.
OFFICE HOURS -a till 12, Ho 5,0 to 8.
Telephono 244. ailg2Stf
OSOAR 0. BALDY,
VETERINARY SI RGEON
ALT. CHRONIC DISEASES A SPECIALTY*.
Residence, •£*■* South Spring street.
Refsrences: Dr. X D. Wise, Los At.geles, J.
W Adams, Downey City. Surgical operations
performed successfully on all domestic animals.
Also, buying and scllim; horses. ap£tf
•I. W. KEKHE, M. I>
PHYSICIAN AND SVRGEON,
Specialist tor Jig Bases or the Nose, Throat and
Neck, Skin Diseases, Diseases of the Urinary
Organ, Female IHaeaees, antl ail Snniiral Opera
Hons, aa for H-tula, Wst, Stricture, Cancer,
Polypus ami alt other Tumors.
Or MCE Roam* 13 and 14 Schumacher Block,
Spring St , opposite Portt-ffice.
OFFICE HOUKS-HVl* a a., 1-4 and 7-8 P. at.
Sunday. 3-6 P. a.
auglOtt Los Angelss, CaL
si. 8. BARK, M. Da,
PIIVMICIAW Wl* Ml BUKO!V
Graduate of Bennett Med. Col., Chi-
RUPTURB
Positively cured, ao that tbe truss can be entire
ly diate'ised - ith, and life no Itmm-r iitaperieed by
the rupture bect-uiing atrang ulated. My ate trod
v' i urr is the only means that la absotuulr safe,
laninltfew, tsloodleea and effectual; no traet.'knrfe.
ligsture nor aiirglcal operation. A ihorvuch t:-,i
permanent cure guaranteed. Seldom over Aye
days required. Wm sutTsr the mental and
physical torture when there is an atwoluts cure
id slore for yon" The « ~-c an.l pn. tent »rM i,. l
Ist this opportunity pass. Call on or address J.
S. Bare, M. P., Ptiyaieian and Surgeon. Larrond*
mock, oprwsite P. o , Rooms 8 and V: entrance
t.n Vint atreet, residence, I.W Olive atredt, cor
ner Third. Cuusnltation Free.
OFFICE HOURS—9 to li \. 2:SB to 6:30
r. w. SundAyt, 3iosr. a. aentlt'f
DANCING SCHOOL.
All of the Round lauees
TAVUHT IXTKX aWMsfsMM
By Profresor .SullivMn « Wottdfrtul Chart System
forafi. Brvson Hall Monday, Wediievdsy and
Vrittay Evsaiugi of each wsek. ssptld lm
pout rait PAiraac.
Mr*. E. Esstiia. reeeoily from Europe, ksw
opened a Studio at Sll W Fifth at'eet. »* t.vr*
th* ta prepare*! to utaka PoriralU eteber In IN!
■■r Cray on. UaratMis given Ul all branches of the
art. Terms reaaenahle SSfSlt lm
5
FOR SALK-RBAL KHTATK.
San Felipe
RANCHO,
IN SAN JJIEGO OOUNTY,
FOR SALE.
10,000 acres, (rood for sheep
or cattle, well watered, can be
bought for $3.50 per acre, if
applied for 80011.1
Apply to
CHARLES OROOKBB,
San Francisco,
sti
A. B. HOTOHKIBB.
San Diego, Cala.
lemtt
Bargains
Pasadena Real Estate
rive *•'>'■* "" o,loof iho P rin -
JPI f Oeasf Cipal avenues, all set out with
the leading choice varieties of orauifu and decid-
UMUifrult trees, also svergreeti lu-dge iv front;
obarsoliitr location and beautiful m-*w nt thl tfaU
ley ; water piped to the land >.i. i the very finest
of soil. This in a flr-t. ,U ■. Inrr .tuient at 41700.
FlrsafSfM la bsartaf orange an.)
iPeUtJUV/tl.'ci'luous liutt ir.-i'S nnd vine" ad-
Juiinng propobed Itailroa > Stat on. ou principal
ttreet; has IrouUgu of UtK) feel; will pay 200 to
SCO per cent, to subdivide
AnQAft Three ami a hslf seres finely im
aPsiOUU provod; house 7 rooms; onu-half
utile from Poatofflce; two minutes' walk from
Railroad Station.
ttjllQ Cfl Five acres, all set out different ra*
ipOoJU i ..-ties oraiiue and dectdsous trees
and sines; new house, hard finished; ait
uated on one ot the prettiest avenues; a lovely
I'lue iruit land; with water piped to land, st
II 2D per acre.
<t)7nfi Two acres on leading avsnuo, with 4
$/UU*h*reswa er piped to land.
Also in.in v other improved and unimproved
places.
BEN. E. WARD OR
F. MINOTT WARD,
Real Estate Agents,
Poatoflit* Buildiny Pasou/Viia,
eu||Btl
ATTRACTIVE
Residence Property
FOR SALE
— In one ol the
FINEST LOCATIONS IN THE CITY.
atr. Chas. W. Davis has made another aubdi
vUtoit of liis beautiful tract on
"BOYLE AVENUE,"
Southeast of his residence snd we will offer this
property for sale in lots of from 3 to 0 acres
each, which will make the most desirable homes
hi the city.
Tho Oity Water Pipes are Laid
along the street Fronting
the Lots.
Thr other portion previously offered, compris
ing 11 large lots, were all seld inside of ten days
aud are being improved, thus showing tbe 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 & COOK,
Agents. 248 Main St., Baker Block.
■ejVcßf
Splendid Chance
FOR AN INVESTMENT.
Parties desiring to make a profitable Invest
ment can have an opportunity or so doing. We
will offer
For Sale Blocks of Land
B a] situated
ON BOYLE HEIGHTS,
Commanding s splendid view and no healthier
location to be found. These Blocks front on as
SO foot Avenue and contain about four acrea
each. Would make beautiful building sites or
will subdivide Into lots to ail vantage.
For terms and Map of some call on
DENNIS A COOK,
248 Main street. Baker Block.
. »pi«tf
FOR SALE.
FINE DAIRY AND FRUIT RANCH
Of sbout 300 acres can be had
AT A BARGIAN,
If called for soon, about 8 miles from city; con
venient to market produce; land moist, windy
loam; a« shares of water stock; good soil for
deciduous fruits snd vines; all well fenced and
croM fenced; good orchard, alfalfa, house, barn
corrals, etc.. etc. Could be subdivided aud sold
at a great pro tit. Call on or address,
ADAMS. SON * MURRAY,
augl7tf Office; 338 Pioo House, N. Main St,
FOR SALE.
40 Acres or First-riass Land
In splendid locality.
ABUNDANCE OF WATER.
Ten and a half acres in vines, from 4 ta 12
years old; 10 acres alfa fa, 4 acres orchard, 1*
years old, 16 acre* of corn, good house and bara;
land well fenced. I'rirr, »10.«M>0.
Thi* place is cheap at #15,1.00, but the ownur
ia compelledtoseU. Apply to
ADAMS, SON 4t MURRAY,
Smjy»! Office: 3SB Ptoo House, N. Main St.
Something for Everybody.
I have on hand constantly a choice line of
Pish. Game and Poultry. Fresh
Salmon Received Daily.
Also all other Fish, including Clams. Cockles
laobstera. Plover, yuan. Rabbits, enipo, duoks,
always on hand in their season. Poultry of all
kinds a specialty. ,
Any ol the above goods dressed free of extra
charge and delivered to any part ot the city.
Choice Eastern Hants and Itaeon tihcsd to or
der. 1.. MKHK4KI.
168 South Spring; Street.
P. O. Box RS Telephone 106.
Goods shipped C. O. D. at Lowest Market Rates,
ajptttts
FOR SALE.
ThrlM-st ltiiM!M >X Property In
Sou I lirrn 4'alil oruin.
The San fcrnartino Flour Mill, one of
the boat water poware in the State.
To a praot ical business man unusual indue, .
meittM will be ofrered to purchase a valuabt
ir-ii". wßli assail payment down; bataas «,
one, two aad tares years.
The handsome new Rustna-ss Btoek. two fine
•tyjrwn, .hrt-etlv eppoalte tne principal hotel,
fronting Ui fret by t« feet on the principal buai
ness street ■ f the town. Thia pmperrt r wtil be
sold on Uvorabre Wrta-a or leaaed to
flrrue for a Ions: taorai at a low rent.
JSJ Thi entire property la well worth Iks al
teatkM of any party areking permanent it
vestouents. £ conk.

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