LOS ANGELES MARKETS
U r »iror»oa call •oa" or ■•»■»"■ ■*
Prto.Ki.en halo* er. lor roana ou. ot .tv-
SEX sUI p.r»to.»» "» I,UM "
obolo. )«k. are not "> rfaJ - L HiallMt
Wheat: 1 1 25 1 tv
Allrtjjltao go- J ".V.:".. X 110
Odessa Ho 1 ~ ~
•to *">. t
do Mo. S
White Kuseiau j
:•• 1 76 ? OO
Uala ««• » 1 tf>
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HM»n.« NO. 1 old 1 00
Corn: 1 30 1 40
UKe yellow 1 *■ ~
Mtn rreU: «.
Bran '! Tt
Craoted Com 1
do Baric) new I!
Ground do -.
Potato snoka o£
Lubrleslltar oil, 9 ml
Umln baga: at
Mill sacks „!
Calcutta, 24136, spot II
Oakland Juta *
■ay jo 00
.toiler, wire baled ,„ „,
Barley, rope baled ,„ w
Mltedll. B lv
W.B. ▲Halt. lOM
KB. 0 00
Potatoes. AO 1 00
L. A. Early Rose, new "I ;o6
Northern, do HO 90
Sweajitatoat: ! 40
|3°« nd wfcl* "*otoe. 1 86
|Sfc4p!»» *» J°
Firkin (Oal) * •> *j
do Eastern roll
Alamitoa, Sale, hand IJi
St*. 88 42
Bonev: . ~
Eltraotod. light H •»
Amber J „
Oomb » "
Boas wax a 43
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Uailic » "J
Cabbage per 100 "I
"""ptk !» S<»
Navy email * J"
Bad Kidney 4 00
Feolt™ . ™ aon
liana 676 »00
Oldrooater. ««J 4JJ
Brollera »» »60
lm&^::r::::::::::: »m. m« oo
Geese, per pail s
A-ortad lota_ 7 00
Wad Fruit:, ,ci
Apalon,iba; W.evaporatad... "»
Pears „ 10
Pea nee. S. D » '?
Apples, alioad... si
, Prunes, Cala...-
Minns , oj
Ulan 1 so
London layers JT
■oik raisins * 11
Dried giapea •,
Walou»,ne«. - '»
LeenonJ. small, per bos
y,ffc rtC.'.'.'.'.'. 1 «
Lard, 10-1. Una |°1
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Eastern pnlb,3lra(Falrbnnks) H
« ,o» " itf
Short wiol. sewk
Long wool, eaoh «
■haarlloalt • "J
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The sreatcat medical wonder of tbe
world. Warranted to .peedily cure
barna, bmUes, cats. -Ice".
fever wrea. caocara, piU», clulblaint.
oorfit, tevrfr, cuuppeu nanas, ano al)
skuaehiplioan, guarantee.! to cure in
.rerr iiuttanoe or inaoey refunded. 26
nan•] par box. Fat tale by C. F. Helare
Ouna. linns, Guns.
The attention of the aporling public is
called to the new arrival of guua juat re
ceived hy Mr. Wm. Liever, Sportamen'a
Emporium, 18 Commercial atreet. They
consist of doable-barrel breech-loading
•hot gone and rifles, which to the sports
man's life are gema, they were selected
with the greatest care from some of the
beet ol Kogllab makea, and are of the
very heat *el»e for money ever offered
in tIM market. The moat fastidious
sportsman can be suited, there being
over 200 to select from at prices from a
S) single to a S4OO Heromertesa. Quality
better arid prices lower than aay other
houae la California- 12 If.
Hnghea'a Russian hatha, located No.
SIS Mala St., opposite the Pico Houae.
Oantlemea and ladiea attended toby
peraons of their own aex.
A positive onre for dyapepala— Demi
ana Bitten. Michel Levy * Co., whole
sale liquor dealera, agents.
If yon want a good appetite, drink
Damlana Hitters. Michel Levy k Co.,
wholesale liqaor dealera, agenta.
All respectable dealers keep Damiana
Bitters. Michel Levy A Co., wholeaale
Hqoor dealera, agents.
BHILOH'S CURE Wl LL immediately
relieve Croup, Whooping Cough and
Bronchilie. Sold by C. r. Heinzeman,
I*2 North Main (treet,
Kaatern transplanted oyatera for one
dollar per can, at Bob'e.
Tbe largest stook of drngt, mediolnea,
perfumeries and toilet articlea in South
en California, at C. F. Heinrcmen*.
CATARRH CURED, health and
•weet breath secured by Shiloh'a Catarrh
Remedy. Price 50 cents. Nasal In
jector free. Sold by C. F. Heinaeman
123 North Main street.
Damlana make, the old ymmg and
the weak strong and healthy. Michel
Levy k Co., wholeaale liquor dealera,
Damlana makea the old young anil tha
weak strong and healthy. M.Levy, A Co.,
wholeaale liquor deal en, agents.
Call at C K. lleinieman'i Drug .Store
for Wert's Nerve and Brain Treatment,
Yon Billow's Oerman Dyapeeia Cure, and
BlATen', California Fruit Salt; tba only
agent in Loe Angel no county.
The old reliable •tore ot C. K. Helnxe
aaan la still headqaartera for drags aad
nedtoinoi. Ue haa a fall Hoe of patent
medicines, selling them in qnen titles to
•art at Kaatern prices.
Two elegant upright piano, and parlor
organ, all nearly new, for aale at a
bargain at Valentine'a music store, tf
For lame Back, Side or Chest, rue
Rhiloh'i Porous Plaster. Prioe 25 rents.
Sold by C. F. Helnieman, 121 N. Main
California Oysters at 2fi oenta a plate
at Bob Kokert'e, hereatter.
Ah! yoa have a headache! Why
don't yon try Ayer's Plllsl They will
relieve the atomach, restore the digest-
Ira organs to a heaithy action, remove
tha obstruction that depresaee tbe nervea
aad brain, and thug cure your headache
avoonomical fuel Wellington Coal
A careful estimate of the relative cost
of ooal and weod ihowa the Wellington
coal to he the oheapeat. It will bnrn in
any ordinary grate or cook stove, giving a
steady heat, and ia much more convenient
to naa than wood. Now in general use
by all the hotels, restanrau a eto.. in
thia oily. For aale at all the retail oal
yards. Am prepared to aell same in oar
load lots aod onwards, delivered at any
Station oa tha line of tha Southern Pa
Wai.tkh S. Maxwru,
n>y2stf Wholeaale Dealer. 10 Coart at,
I will sell Kaetam transplanted oystare
la shells and caaa hereafter, at « hoi*,
rata aad retail. Bob Kekeri's.
The Royal Baking Powder TJnequaled
for Purity and Wholesomeness.
The followlm certlflcKteo from well-known t liemists and scientists form
•a slfoiig an array ol evidence as was ever given in Lwjliali of any article
ol human loot!:
Government Chemists' Iteporto.
Prof. Edward O. Love, the tiovernnient Chemist, says:
" I l.aye tested a package ol Royal Baking Powde', which I purchased
in the open market, and find I. composed ot pure and wholesome ingre
dients. It Is a cream ol tartar |>owtler ot » high degree ot merit, and does
not contain either alum or phosphates or other injurious substances.
"E. G. Love, Ph.D."
Prof. H. A. Mott, Government Chemist, says:
"It 1b a scientific lact, that Royal Baking Powder is absolutely pnre.
"H. A. Mott, Ph.D." ,
Wm. McMurtrie, Professor ot Chemistry, Illinois Industrial Universi
ty, late Government Chemist, Department of Agriculture, says:
"The Royal Baking powder lis* been used in my family for many years,
and this practical test, a* well aa the chemical tests to which I have sub-
Imitted it, prove it perfectly healthful, ot uniform excellent ouabty, aud
free from any deleterious substance.
"Wm. McMubtbie, E.M., Ph.D."
Dr. A. E. Menke, Professor of Chemistry, Kentucky State College,
late Government Chemist, Department of Agriculture, says:
"I have very carefully examined a package of Royal Baking Powder,
and find it to be a cream ot tartar powder of high strength, not containing
any terra alba, alum, or otlier deleterious ingredient, everything being pure
and wholesome. Albert E. Menke."
Prof. Henry Morton, President ot Stevens' Institute of Technology, says:
"I have examined a package of Royal Baking Powder, purchased by
myself in the market. I find it entirely free from alum, terra alba, or
other injurious substance. Hknby Mobtom."
California's tlrcat Chemists.
Prof. W. B. Rising, Professor of Chemistry, State tJniveraity, Cali
fornia, and Prof. W. T. Wenzell, Professor ol Chemistry, California College
of Pharmacy, say:
"After an analysis we And the Koyal Baking Powder a pure article
and wholesome. W. B. Rising,
"W. T. WINZELL."
Prof. Heinteman, Analytical Chemist, Los Angeles, says:
" I find, from chemical analysis, that the Royal Baking Powder is the
bast. It is compounded on the most scientific principle, and the ingre
dients are perfectly pure and wholesome. C. F. Heinzeman."
Chicago** tireat Chemists.
Dr. Walter 8. Hainea, Professor of Chemistry, Rush Medical College,
• "I have recently examined a package ot Royal Baking Powder, pur
chased by myself in the open market, and have fount! it entirely free from
adulteration and injurious substances of all kinds. I have several times
before tested tbe Royal Powder, and have always fount) it, just as in my
present examination, skillfully compounded and compos d of the purest
materials. Walter S. Huses, M. D."
Dr. H. D. Garrison, Professor ot Materia Medica a:id Toxicology,
Chicago College of Pharmacy, says:
"I find Royal Baking Powder to be composed of pure tad wholesome
materials in correct proportion. It contains no injurious si.listance. The
purity ol the cream ol tartar employed in this powder is woriiy of special
mention, since it does not contain the tartrate of lime usuifly present in
tusking pnwJora in which cream ot tartar of inferior quality s used.
"H. D. tsARR son, M. D."
Prof. C. B. Gibson, Chemist, College Physicians and ■Jurgeon o Chi
"I found Royal so different from many of the baking powders, and
ao far superior, that I thought you would be pleased to km w it, and might
find use for the certificate.
"In view of the stupendous frauds offered to the people, it pleasea
me to occasionally strike an 'honest article.' X B. Gibson."
Dr. J. H. Wright aad Dr. Albert Merrell, Analytical Chemists, lata
tha firm ot Wright A Merrell, St. Louis, aay:
"We find ' Royal' to be a cream of tartar powder of ihe highest grade
of strength, conUuiing nothing but pure, wholesome and useful ingredients.
"Juan 11. Wriout, M.D.,
. . "Albert Hiaaau, M. D."
WHbta 12 miles from the Court Howe, 4WW
scree of unimproved Imd, suitable lor trail
trees, vineyards, wheat or vegetables. Springe
snd running water on land; wttMu two miles
1860 acres of unimproved lam] Bear BAD Jtlen
Two rtory brick residence; lot TSlJOO; stable,
bsrn, etc; See location; prioe $11,000.
In last Loa Angeles a els room residence; lot
IfOslaO; higi.lv Improved; fruit trees all la tear,
lag; cypress bedge all around tna place; wind
mill, barn, eto. Prlee SatbO.
Other Improved and unimproved oltv and
CHARLES W. SCHROKDRR,
sep27 ira 110 Lea Angeles street
BR JttINUN'S WORLO'S BISPENSARV
ROOMS 6 and 7, IN THR
Allen Block, oor. 8 pnna a Temple nte
Lot Aagelos, eeubllshed lor teaunent at
Of all kinds, vis.: Oonorrhoi, Gleet Syphilis
Seminal Weakness and Impoteoey. The Doctor
fise had Veers ol eiperienos la the treatment ol
these dlMaaaa.sad I hoes who are In need ef his
services should not fall to call and ace him before
going elsewhere, as ths Doctor will guarantee a
cure In all caere be undertakes. Persons living
at a distance can be c ired at home by writing to
the Doctor and giving a full and plain deeorlp
tion of their case
Ad.lr.ee !>■ W. 47. 0.1.1M1.A*
P. O Bos K», Los Angelea. deolSU
Kearney tt Riddel),
TAILORS and DRAPERS,
Hsvs just r«c«lvsd a larfs stock of
(LOTH* AND CASSIMBBS,
Which they will maks into salt* In the latest
styles and at prices as ohsap as tbe cheapest
A PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED or ao Sals.
Rooms 6, 7 and 8, Jones Block,
OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE,
"Walla End" Sydaev coal for sale—le arrive- al
• 11.60 per toe. In th* ear load. Es bark Cords,
lie, due in October.
LOB ANOELES OAS CO*
sep24t! Ofllee No. tl Sonora St.
Orncs Loa Aso sias Oa, OA Aug. 10, ISH4.
From September let, svoxlaso, the prlee ol gas
will be redue** BRN per IsWuosli.l feet Per
order [TOWARD itALC, Seo'y.
SilVI THUS AM CBTTims PSR SALS
Rooted Olive trees lor -le, also olive cutting.
Apply es W. Aleve* Havne. Jr., SanU Barbara.
LOS ANGELES DAIXiY IiERALI). WEDNESDAY MORyiNG. OCTOBER 1. IRB4.
J. B DUPUT,
LAW OFFICE, No. 84 TEMPLE BLOCK.
Ry.lder.ee, No. 1018 Olive Street, oetweeo
IClevenlh end Twelfth. JylS 2m
B. O. TLOUENOY,
ATTORN EY-A LAW,
Boom No. At, Temple Blook, L Aof elee, Cel.
Je 11 2m
0. W. MORTIMER,
71 Tumplfl Blook, Los Ananias. |>gml sgsnts in
■RV-Aiid ana Can**}*. mrl
■. H BINTLST. j. LI CAR. WoTI Wi< KB.
WICKS, LUCAS & BENTLEY,
96 ANO 87 TRUTLE BLOCK, LOS ANGELKB.
J. 0. HOWARD. JOHH HOBARTB.
HOWARD A ROBARTS,
Attorneys And Counsellors at Law
Wilosr Block, M :inriinj St., Loe Angeles
Gardiner A Stephenson,
Attorneys fen Counselors At Law
Omc -Room, 1, t end S, Allen Block,
CORNER OP SPRINO AND TEMPLE STS.
GBOBOB J. OLARK,
No. 11l Wert Pint etreet Acknowledgements
of ell kind, ttken with lexAl eiACtneet. my4tl
A. O. HOLMBS,
Room ST, Temple Blook, (Main etreet side.
Attorney-at-Law and Exam
inor of Titles.
Room 4 Allen Block, comer Spring end Temple
etreete, Lo, Aagoles, Cel. rnj fl tt
S. M. ADAMS,
ATTORNEY.AT - LAW,
Room 77 Tempts fUoek. tanlitt
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
aTWOS. IS AND 17, BAKER BLOCK, mrlltl
jko. a. chapman, i. a a Raves.
Graven St Chapman,
Attorneys and Oounselora at Law
BOOM NO. « BAKER BLOCK. "elll
Aad Egamin or of Titles.
Room 14, Bu miller Rlock,' Spring etreet, Lee An
gelee, Cat. augSitf
TELE EIJTE GALLERY
Always in the lewd. The Snoot studio In
Southern California. Our work le unequalled
and line loaned.
T ■ STANTON, Prep'r.
, aug I4U [Loo Augelee, Oaaa.
FOR SAL*—FOR RUNT.
Lodging house ol eight room, (or sale: rent van
low: locality on Spring SI. Apply at Sit South
Spring St. aspM-lin
An A 1 Eastern built peddling we«:oii, auita
bla lor whnleeeliiHr. Apply at Temple Street
LOT FOR SALE.
One One rcideuce lot, bOxlnr., situat d on
Pearl street, the Nob Uill ol Lee Angeles, uear
two llnee nl street cars; prioe SI4OO. AP|.dy to
KDDY 4 CO.,
•enlo.lv/ JlO North Main St., Los Angele-.
PIANO FOR SALE.
Square, In good condition; first-class make;
sill aell cheap. Apply Immediately at HOi S. Hill
STOCK FOR SALE.
Manuel Macnado, of Loa'er California, hat Uie
follow ing stock for sale at the following prices:
Mares , ISS
Mules, (wild and gentle) 116
ColU (hall breod. S yean old) X
For further particulars apply lo
j. "."i ALLISJN BROS.,San Diego.
Four ten-acre lots, near the new "Yomig La
dles' Seatiiimry"; price, $200 per acre.
ROOKK6, BY HAM a. CO..
eUtf No. 241 North Main Street.
ROOMS MD BOARD.
Beautifully furniihed rooms, single or en suite,
with board; 42H South Spring street. jnlltt
ROOMS AND BOARD.
Nicelr furnished and aleasaut rooms, with or
without Iroard, at 14 Seventh street, between
Main and Spring. mtltf
From and after October Ist, 188*, one of the
stores lv Baker Block, now occupied by B. K.
Coulter. J. A. GRAVES,
sep!7tf Room 81, Baker Block.
A lot 50x128 feet, with house msltable (or a
laundry or manufactory; connected with sewer
aud city water; centrally located. Inquire at
No. 18 North Spring street, cigar store, sp2B-lm
BEAUTIFUL ROOMS TO HINT.
Two pleasant furnished room-, on suite, and
oue single room for rent at No. v Bellvue I'laoe,
on Pearl street, at the end of Sixth Street Rail
road. The situation is delightful, commanding
au extensive view. Good board can be had elodte
at hand. mytttf
With board two large, nicely furnished front
rooms with lay windows, grates and me of tele
phone. No. 4j3 South Spring street. Smseplti
Pleasantly located and neaUy furnished,
TO LET, BINQLK OR EN SUITE
Corner Fort and Franklin atreetj, one blook from
ROOMS AND BOARD.
Large, elegantly furnished rooma, with board;
centrally located and iv the most desirable part
of the city; SUM Hill atreet, near Fourth, apotf
Three desirable room, to let on the corner of
St. Louie St. and Virginia Avenue, Boyle
Heights. Enquire at THOMPSON'S
aug22tf Grocery atore.
$75 Per Acre for Good Land
At west end of Wan I street. Also, round hill,
entire block at west end of Fifth street, one of
the choicest hotel or residence sites In the city.
Inquire of WILL D. GOULD,
marldtf Attorney-atLaw, Temple Block.
MARES FOR SALE.
200 Breeding Mares with Colts,
Cheap, at the
SANTA MARGARITA RANCHO.
Apply to RICHARD O'NEILL.
eug£tt! On the Ranch.
159 ACRES OF LAND
On the Ballona, 12 miles from town; 40 acres
Irrigable. To the proper parties this land can
be had reasonable. Apply at A. C. Chauvm'a, El
Dorado Store. sep2l lm
~ FOR RENT.
Office rooms in Schumacher Block,
opposite Postoffice. Apply at Photos
graph Gallery in the building. sp24-lm
Ten wood choppers to chop wood for 83 per
cord, 3 miles northwest of Baldwin's ranch. In
quire of W. N. Monroe. sep3o-3t
WANTED TO RENT,
A small ranch of ten or twsuty acres Is
wanted, near to the city, mutable for cultivation
for fruit or for poultry raising. Address ' S. 0.,"
108 Morris street. sep3u-lw
WANTED TO RENT.
A tract of good land.'ln or near the city, con
taining from five to ten acres with a comfortab c
bouse and water supply. Apply to F. W. Deeth
man, Herald office. sep3o-3t
To tbe premises of the undersigned, a bay colt,
about 3 years old, left hind foot white; came to
my place about two months ago; owner >an have
sarue by paving costs.
sepS7-lw Clenegs Rancho.
From the Stables of Chick Brothers a little
sorrel mare. No brand. Cut on hind quarter.
Owners willing to pay expenses on her return.
Who would like a paying Investment in a non
speculative, established business that will return
600 percent, profit, will learn something to their
advantage by settling their names to the P. O.
Box. mentioned bow. Interviews will then be
had, with a view o investigation, partnership,
etc. None need apply who do not hare means
and mean business. Address P O. Look Box No.
3*T., Loe Angelea, Cal. augfitf
Railroad Ticket and Employment
BUREAU of INFORMATION; stele help free;
Real Estate Broker ; houses am) lots sold on in
stallments; houses and rooiua, furnished or uu
furnished, secured. E. MTTINUEK
121 North Main treet. near First At.
Telephone ho. 113 sepia fun
W. O. Madegan * Go.,
IS W. First St.,W itlncy nric,
All Kinds of Heln Furnished Free.
Rare Chance to Invest!
25 Acres of the Choicest Fruit Land
Onea.lt mile Irom Pasadena Portolllce or Rail
road Station, containing
40SO TREEB AND VINES
Ten years old and bearing; Oranges, Peaches.
Apples, Orapea, Pears, Nectarines, Apricots and
Lemon*.. Trees set in Spring of IS7'> and grounds
in the highest state of cultivation.
Two new houses, two barns and other build
ings. All Inr 91*,t00 Milt return a hand
some incline on #16,000. Owner is desirous of
improving a business opening in another part of
the country at once and hence offers to sell for less
than ita true value.
Horses, wagons, tools and all personal proper
ly may be had with the place if the purchaser so
desires. Apply to J. N. QHEUORY,
2 West First Htrcet, Loa Angeles.
Or BEN. K. WARD,
septStf P. 0. Building, Pasadena.
"LOCKHART & SON,
NO. SOS I ITER MAIN ST.
AND MILL FEED.
GOODS DELIVERED. Telephone 202.
Fredericksburg Lagßr Beer
$13.00 a Barrel.
On snd after the )>t d»y at October I
will sell the genuine Fradertcluburg la
ger Beer At the rate ot (13 per barrel.
•p'2Bl w Jnoon r. Oerkeai.
W. B. SPHNOH,
Late of Blveruoe, le now located at No. .4 South
Hprlnir street, ta rear ol r\ E. Brown's hardware
store. Prepared to do all klnda ol Aral nUss
TO THE AFFLICTED!
BRONCHITIS! CONSUMPTION I
M. Hilton Williams, M. !>.,
11. C. P. 8. 0.,
Formorly ol Detroit, Mich., aud lor 14 years
MOprlettl ut the Detroit Throat ami Lui.it tkV
s-tilulc. . ,>iit,uut» to treat all the varlouatiiacaaes
uf thu Html. Ti.roat, aud Clttwt, .North Main
strtiot, Los Alleles, California, hy the Aeruau or
Inhalation syatem ot practioe.
All dtsoasa* uf the reaplratory ontans treated
bj the mott improvud iMedicatod inhalatious,
thm MWnft the reuiodies into direct contact
with the tlbuattcd |wrts. These aro in all cases
I'onil'iiicd with proper ooiiatitutijnal remedies
■HOd . l ' Ver> ,tom * c * l ' nwr*'Otti system and
Tbe early symptoms of this disoase arc a
sense at wearlneati upon little exertion, and dis
position to remain paaaivo aud idle, a peculiar
sensitiveness of the effects of cold and a short
uuu of ureatli upon moving (-uicltly or ascend
inn * hill or stairs, a slight hacking cough, with
or without exiwctoration, living pains throsh
out the chobt or baok or under thu shoulder
hlades. The symptoms are woree towards or
during thu night;alight luver in the afternoon,
i-iiM tVU and hands, aud in many cases hUni
iiuiht> vi the lipH and roots of the finger nails.
The inoro advanced ajmptoms are wasting of
flesh, diarrhtea, chills and f< ver, night sweat*
expectoration of yellow pu» from thu uloors or
cavities in the lungs, with or without a depres
sion of the chedt, increasing weaknes* and at last
a closing up of the air passages of the lungs
causing strangulation or suffocation of the pa
tient for want of newer to expectorate the tun
uus from ths lungs.
Heretofore the treatment of coiuumpttoa has
been very utumtufactory both to physician* and
their patients; but, luckily, since the discovery
of tho Aerean system, of practice a lew years ago,
thousands of casus have been completely cured,
whuro, had it not been for thin system of prao
t'cc, utter failure to combat the evils of the dis
ease would have continued up to the present
time. The system of Utdlcated Inhalation is
thu only means by which these diseases can be
cured Ami trey are recommended by tho
highest authority, both in Kuropo and A merit*.
And here we would draw the distinction be
tween Inhalation and Atomizatiou. Some per
sons suppose they are thu same In every respect,
while nothing is farther from the truth. In
Atomizatiou thu liquid Is scattered Lv the form
of a spray, which only reaches the throat, while,
in Inhalation the remedy to he Inhaled niedicates
the sir we breathe and Is conveyed directly into
the air passages of the lungs as readily as ordi
nary air. Dy this means we are enabled to dis
solve tho hardened mucus lv the lungs, ease the
cough, facilitate expectoration, contract and
heal ulcers and cavities after all hofMi of cure by
the ordinary methods is past.
( OXSII.TATIOX fe'JtKR.
Those who desire to consult with mv In regard
to their oa*!* had bettor call personally for an
examination, but If impoaHlhle to do so, may
write for a list of Questions ami Medical
Address M. Hilton M illlanin Jf. 0..
273 North Main Street, Los Angeles, CaL
Okhck Hours, from 10 a. it. to 4r. m ;
days from 4 to 5 p. m.
Land and Water Company
AreauhJivklituratractof land situated In the
Temecula Valley, in San Diego
Reccutly owned by Don Juan Hurriette, con
taining fourteen thousand acres of land, having
au altitude of about one thousand feet above tho
sea level. This tract of land lies about 415 miles
southerly from Colton. The California Southern
Railrou I runs through the entire length of the
tract. The soil in the valley is formed of sedi
mentary deposits. It Is 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. The nt
perior value of this soil is its closely underlying
supply of water, and when cultivated the moist
ure rises to the surface, doing away with the
necessity of irrigation almost entirely, but iv
cose of a dry season, f Irrigation be thought nec
Inexhaustible Supply of Water
Can be had by unking from tto 10 feet. It is
also in ths 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 the surface, with enough
mixture of 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 seveial hot anil warm springs,
noted for their cure of pulmonary diseases'
These springs w ill be improved immodiatelv, and
the Company design building a hotel and' rtail
road depot on the town site. Both buildings
will be hendso-nely ornamented. The hotel will
be built two stories high and contain thirty
The Dirsc'ors at the Presbyterian College of
Chicago design putting a college building ou the
ground as soon as practical. There is plenty of
good oak wood which can be had delivered at the
rancho at from ft to $1.5n per cord and common
lumber can be delivered at per thousand.
Tbe cliimte is healthy. The rancho is not
more than 16 miles from the sea coast and the
ccean breese fane the valley, purifying the at
mosphere with invigorating effect. In the day
time the air is soft and dry and always mild a
little cooler at night, but never more than being
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 sulphcr, iron and soda, its
proper elevation above the sea, pure, dry and
gentle air, with beautiful scenery all around can
but confirm the assertion that as a health resort
it cannot he excelled, especially for catarrh,
throat and luog; diseases.
It m the intention of the Company, aa soon
as the land is subdivided, to sell in tracts from
a town lot upward at prices that cannot but sat
isfy actual settlers. The prices will be classified
according to the merits of the property. One
third down, balance in one aad two years.
CHARNOCK, MORRILL * ROBINSON,
Partus, ueilrluir information win address,
P. O. Box »53, Los Angela., Cal.
Rooms No. 11 and 11 Widnev Ulock, (up stairs)
First Street, between 11.1 v and Spring.
W. E ROBINSON,
Colton, Cal.. or
C. L. MORRILL,
auggltl Temecula, Cal.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
HOUBSB RENTED. COLLECTIONS MADE.
W. A. CLINTON,
(Successor to P. Philip.) Rosier in
Ami Agent lor Fire, Life A Aoeident Insurance,
• torn mere la) Mtrrat, Los Angelea, Cal
11. C. QaalA*. Qsoioa 1. dull
GRAHAM & CLARKE,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
City and country property twught, sold and
Exchanged. Loans negotiated.
0. J. Clarke, Notary Public aud Conveyancer.
Olllce 07 Spring St, Los Angeles, Cal.
L. W. DENNIS. O. C, OOeK.
DENNIB A COOK
Real Estate, Loan
.... AUD ....
>V4N BAKER Bl OCX,
Reference. Lo. Angeles National Bank; First
National Hank; Los Angele. County Bank.
Have lor sale City Property, Improved and
unimproved; Vineyards, Orape and Fruit Linda,
Kaiichca etc. open li
J A Pauuwui. O. A. Donmos
DOBINSON A FAIRCHILD,
REAL ESTATE S INSURANCE BROKERS
No, a NORTH BPRING STREET, LOS AN
OELES, WILCOX BLOCK.
w. a aoltroan, jaw. a. aoaroan.
.MORFORD & SON,
Real Estate Brokers,
NO, HO NORTH HPBIXti NT,,
Hons**, Orange Grores, Vineyards,
Ranches and Fan is
FOR SALE AM TO UT.
Refer by permission to
J. R. Teborman, Ki-Mayor: Osn. George
atom-man, Qovemor; John X Plater Prsst, U A.
County Bank- Oen. John Mansfield. En-Lieut,
Governor; U H. Baker. V.?e President U A,Coun
ty Rank; J. Dcßarta Short., Vltlculttrrist; E. P.
Spenoe, President First National Bank; I. W.
1 fell man. President Farmer's and Merchant's
Bank dec 7 tf
KfeAJta & Abasia. J. W. Miaasr. K» K. Adams
ADAMS. SON * MURRAY.
Real estate Dealers aid Hour Brokers,
Office, No. 338 PtCO House:
Improved and unimproved City and Country
Property. Orange Orchard*, Vineyards and
Ranches in the best localities in Southern (.Califor
nia. Oorrsspondt-nce soticftrd.
No. SHPico House, N. Main St,Us Angeles, CC
AFTER FOURTEEN WEEttT~
J. J. WARNER ha. retnmeil and can be round
al his tanner ROOM, s«, TEMPLE BLOCK,
where he will be pleased to perform the duties
ol NOTARY PUBLIC and CONVEYANCER for
his old friends end all new once as wall as lor the
puhuela general. aagSMI
UK Al. KSTATK, ' REAL KSTATK.
Orescenta Canyada I
A HEALTHFUL AND BEAUTIFUL SPOT!
FINEj\CLIMATE FINE SOIL'!
Pure Water and Plenty ot It!
ONLY 11 MILES NORTH OF LOS ANGELES.
CRESCENT A CANYADA
Is a Tract of 2500 Acres of Land,
Sitnated near the Bain of the Sierra Madrs Mountains, above tho Vordugo Cation,
anil known aa Frostiest, Warm Brush Land. It il now being subdivided
into 10-acre lota, each of wbioli will have a water right from a series of reservoirs
now being maile on the tract.
THE LAND WILL BE SOLD ON EASY TERMS,
With one-ijuarter cub. down. A tract of 40 acres haa been laid out as a Town
site, with a Park and Fountain. As a situation for Invalids it ia one of the finest
in the world. Mount Ran Francisco Maria protects it from winds from the sea
aod the Sierra Madre from the north wind.
Special inducements will be given to parties who will put up a
Hotel for Tourists and Invalids on the Tract.
AJgood hotel wonld be.Hllod all the rear.
Inquire at the office of T. E. ROWAN, 114 Korth|MnrlnglS(r<*ct.
Mr. A. K. Briggs wilt take pleasure in showing Ihe land and giving all informa
tion abont the same. maylBtf
Mantels, Grates, Stoves, Tinware.
CLAPP BROTHERS & CO.,
30 eSc 32 JffORTH SPRIIWOr »TT\,
UANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
STOVES, MANTELS, GRATES and TINWARE,
Full Line Agate and Stamped Ware Always on Band.
JOSBIiC AND PLUMBISC PROMPTLY ATTCHDED TO. eaglet
WM. A. COM,
San Bernardino, Oal.,
In wosequancA of advanced age and Inability to
attend personally to business, is offering
Rreedinf,Stock, Etc., Etc.,
A SPLENDID WATER POWER,
BEST of PASTURE LAND,
Choice Brood Hares
and Colts, Etc.
A Little Money will Secure Bar
APPLY PERSONALLY senatf
STARR & SESSIONS,
TBCaIOW, A. T. ,
Artificial Stone Paying Co.
DAVID MULREIN. Supt
Wa bef to Inform tbs public that ws an now
ready to put down tba Howard Patsert Stons
l*avement for ndewalki, irardeii walks, Collar
Floors and froots. Also concrete foundations
ftr buildings. Our work guaranteed.
Orders left at Orand Central Hotel will raoelve
prompt attention. Patent applied lor. lnsoplT
W. H. HOLMES A CO.,
FaoillUesfor Collectliut throughout the
Rooms 10 and 11, Bumlller Hlock, tl N. Sprinf
RMeet. Los AsJslos, Cal, aacil Im
K. Usees, W. H. ROMs*.
UNQER A HOLMES,
Seacher s of Records A Convey ancers,
ROOMS 10 and 11, BUsHLLER PLOCK,
Lea Aagstoe. Csl. ao.ll \m
J, W. FDLL.BB.
Practical Watchmaker A Jeweler.
tU North Main Ut, oprjoeite the Pioo House.
Special attention (riven to toe aad drfftcult
work All work will receive prompt and careful
attention. IsstiahrSlo* always given and ch-.-.ea '
H. J. Woollacott,
26 and 28 SPRING ST.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Wine and Liquor Dealer,
Fore California fines
Put up In cam, ready for shipment to all parts
of tho East.
Port, Angelica, Sherry,
Muscat, Burger, Zinfandel,
Riesling, Blaue Elben.
ALSO A PINE OLD,
Trousseau Port Wine
JESSE MOORE & GO'S
For Kami!., and Medicinal uae..
A large assort men t of
Henneaay ft Msriell Cognac*.
Joles, Robin ft Peboon Brnndiea.
O. H. Murom, Cachet Bleno, Green
Seal, Pomery Greno, Krong, Moo
tinny, Louis Roederer.
ENGLISH ALE & DUBLIN STOUT.
Pins Imported Sherry and Port Wines,
Benedictine, Coracoa, Fine Old Hol
land Old by tbe pint, battle or golloo.
I pay particular attention to famHy trade and
promptly deliver foods to aS parts of ths city.
Address sll orders to P. O. Box tit and will re
calve prompt attention. Respectfully,
H. al. WOOLLACOTT.
Thi entire upper story of tba
HA- 33, South Spring St.
Fifteen rood slstd rooms, well veatilated sad
all harlot Sue outlook. Half block from Poet
offloe Kor particulars inquire at ostoe of
T. X MWaK
eepeto ootl 11, North Swrlrsr Bss.et
a. c. DoreHsarr, r. r. ctaataaca,
Of the Bureau. of tke Pioo Rouse
115 Spring Street.
Fittest Wines. Liquor* and Cl
stars la tke City.
oYvVaum Lcnch Kyery MoRMS,. •»»
Heilman Block (or.r Orange Store), No 17
North Ma.n St., Lo. AngeleA
OFFICEHOURS-lOa. a. tolp».,2;00 r « lo
If. »., 7 r. a. to 8 p. a.
Hour, between 11 *. a. .nd I r a. devoted to
treatment uf K>« Ear and Throat Diseases.
HV.iil.wv, No. 420 Holing Str.et.
Telephone, Office, No. 90; llo.i.ienc,-. No. 268.
DR. B. F. PENDERY,
! HHVSII U1 ft. Ml) HI RUKON,
Office anil TW.id.nce,
if.inniond Hlock, 28 South Bpring Street, Lm
OFFICE HOUItS-10 to 12 a., 2to 1 p. a., 7 to 0
'■ <•■ _* , t ,llt lm
J. H. UTLBY, M. D.,
PHVMII I IN .Iliiim
OFFICE, NO. 4, ALLEN BLOCK,
Cot ol SptiiiK and Temple .tracts, Lo. Angeles
Office Hour. StOll A. M.. IIoIP. H. .eplgtl
M. P. OHAM3EBLIN, M. D„
oillo. room. I niul 5 No. 211 South Spring street,
Re.ldolloe, Chicago Aye., Doyle Height.
Office houro, 10 to 12 a. a., 2 to 6 p.
a. Obstetric and diseases of .onion a KiKvinl! i.
HENRY B. LATHROP, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
office .ud atartkiaoa Ism l 2 .mi 3,
Booder Block, 2d South Spring atreet.
OFFICE HOURS 3 to 10 A. a .nd Ito I .nd
« to 7 r. a. H>Mt
Q. J. ROWLEY, M. D.,
OFFICE and RESIDENCE UItVSON BLOCK,
20 SOUTH SPRING STREET.
Omen Hoik.: I to 12 a. a.,2ton p. a., 7 to
Call, aniwered at .11 hour.. JolOrku
M Hilton Williams, M D, M C P 3 0,
(Formerly ol Detroit, Mich.)
Gradual,- of Victoria College, Toronto, Onta
rio, (HKI), Hemliur ol the Uollcye Ot I'l.i .o o,ii.
•ud Surgeon, of OllUrio. For several yari
proprietor of tho Ontario Pulmonary Institute'
at Toronto, Out., .ud for II vc.r, proprietor ol
the lletroit Throat .nd Lung Institute at De
OFFICE: 275 North Main itreet.Loa Angslea.C.l.
Office hour,, fruiu lv a. a. to 4 p. a.
Sundays, from I to SP. a. lebwft
K. D. WISE, M. D„ '
PHILLIPS BLOCK, 3S NORTH MAIN STREET,
Uraduated ill th. Joffcroon Modical Colleiro. Phil,
adolphia, In ISS6, attended lecture, in St. Bar
tholoinew'. College Hospital, London. Also ia
Ouy . HosplUl and Kina-'a Col'e.o, London In
lS.ll.nd ISS2. Tsok a ollnlcl course lv the
Mcuicsl l nivemity, Kdlnlmri[li, and solicit, such
palrouaKe as hi. experience and medlcel eiluoa
OPFica Hoi'iu: Btolo A. v. and 2 to 5 p a<
a. r. \\\ix^~u.\y,
I'IIVHI4IA\ A.\l> Ml'lll. KO V
Office and residence, 43 North Sprins Struct.
In the new I'onet Bunilller Block,
sttontlou given to all profeaaional
DlsasseaofCbildran s Specialty.
Optics Hock.—OtolO a. a., 2t06«7t08r a.
Calls anawurud at nil hour, of th. day or Wok\
DR.T. G. CALE, THE HEALTH OmCIR,
Has taken Room No. Il In the Los Angeles Ho
tel corner First and Loa Angele. struct.. He
will remain in his oltlos from otolo a. to
vaoeinnate those who may wish t\ at the hands
of the city.
La Cronlcaoopy myltf
DR. F. R. FROST
Has REMOVED his Office aud Resldenoa to
17 N. Main St., HaUman Block,
Booms 3, 4 and 5.
OFFCE HOUna- 8 to 11 A. a., 2 lo 5 and 7 to 8
»PWI P. a. Telephone No. 00.
DR. ROSS KIRKPATRICK
Hu removed his office to
Heilman Block, No. 17 N. Main St..
Rooms 1. 2 and 3.
OFFICE HOURS—IO to 12 A. ... Ito I .nd 7to 8
»»Pt3UI p. a. Telephone No. ua.
r. Dl ST. MASK, M. D,
Room. 3li and 36 Baker block. Office hours,
10 A. a. to 12 ... 2to I. aud 7toBp. a. noil t|
Dr. J. S. Qriffln,
OFFICE AT RESIDENCE, II 8. MAIN STREET.
Office Hours—t to 11 a. St., Ito 8 and 7to 8
Residence—East side ol Main street, below
Dr. O. F. ftillinghuTT^
Oraduate and Member Royal Collsg. Surgooos,
Graduate and Mwubsr Royal College Physi
71 N. MAIN STREET, NEAR FIRST STREET.
Consultation hours: 9 to 10 A. a., 2to I, 7
to S p. a. deem tf
0. EDGAR SMITH, M. D..
Rectal Ularaai'M, Womb ami ITrla
«-OFFICE:-No. 18 South Main street. Jtmtltl
DR. J. P. WIDNEY^
lla. removed his office from Downey Block tc
WIDNEY BLOCK, FIRST STKEET,
Between Main and Spring.
OFFICE HOURS, I'J ™» S
Residence, 321 South Hill Street.
Telephoiio, oflto. 50, Hotnw 60-3. )an2Stf
DB. J. M WHITE,
South Serins; street. So. 31 Bryson Block, Los
Anfeiea, CaL jsaßU
WALTER LINDLEY, M. D
OmCI AKD KSBIDSMCS
aro. aie fo»t err
Next door to Wollwebar'a drug .tore,
No. IS. utlloe bom. 2 to I p. a
OS. CHAS. A. H. Dl tZMXTRV.
OEPlCE:—Schurcachmr IKoek. opposite Post
office, rooms 20 and "1. REBIDESCK:-Pmtl
■tnet, corner Ninth.
Offloe hours —10 to 12 a. a.; 2t04 i\ a.; 710
Bf.a. at rcidenoe. Telephone No. st office and
realdenoe. 100 Day and night call, .new, rod.
Dr. Joseph Kurtz
No. MS Mala street, oppoalu Baker Blook
mTTLj* and ear dlaeaae. Wealed with the Oaf. of
a jomes, m. 0., jaa.
Eye, Ear, Norn and Throat Disease, treated ex
3. Hannon, M. D.,
MASCABJCL BL'ILDINO, upstair. BalHi.oa
Office hour, from 10 to 12 A. a.; from 1 to IP. a
OSCAR 0. BALDY,
ALL CHRONIC DISEASES A SPECIALTY.
Residence, tM South Spring street
Reftrencea: Br. X D. Wise, Los Armeies. 1.
W. Art.ma, Downey City. Surgical operation.
performed successfully on all domestic .nimals.
Aleo. buying and selling horses. ap2tt
J. W. Hr.ua K. M. i,.
PHYSICIAN AND SVROEON,
for dtiF.il, of tbe Nose, Throat and
Neck, Skin ptiu.Bsi, DiMiaaea of the Urinary
Organ, Female Dteeaaes, .nd all Surgical Opera
tion., a. for FVftuU, PHee. Stricture, Canoer,
Polypus and all other Tumors.
OFFICE—Rooms 13 snd 14 SchuuvAcher Block,
Spring St, opposite Poetotflce.
OFTICE HOURS—IO-11 A. a., 1-4 and 7-8 P. a.
eugUttf Lo. Angelea. CaL
J. S. BARE. M. D M
I'HYNII 1 A\ \\u tirBUKOBI.
Graduate of Bennett Eclectic Msd. Col, Chi
cago, A. D. 1575.
PoaitiTely cured, so that the truss can be entire
ly dispenned a Ith, and life no longer imperiled by
the rupture becoming strangulated. My method
of core is the only means that ts absolutely safe,
painless, bloodless and effectual; no truss, knife
ligature nor surgical operation. A thorough and
permanent cure guaranteed. Seldom over five
days required. Why suffer the mental and
physical torture wheu there is an absolute cure
in store fee yoa? The wise and prudent will not
let this opnortnatty pass. Csdt on or address J.
8. Bare, M. t>., Physician and Surgeon. Larronde
Block, opposite P. 0., Rooms 8 and 9; entrance
on Pint street, resideace, 13S (.Hivs etreet, cor
ner Third. Consultation Free.
OrFICE BOras-S to It a. a,. 2:Ssjtof.:So
p. m. Sundays, Stob r. v. septlltf
All of the Kouml lexac*,
TAI'WHT HTM ■.itMI'OXII
By riot—or Sullivan. Wonderful Chart System
re, go. M, Ladle.. *!,<«. Brrsoo Hall Monday ,
l'huradav anil Saturdaj tvenlng. ot each week*
esesmsPtMOSMC asaus. ~
All kind, of cerreqwindrnn., busfnees, friend
ahl* marrimonlai. etc . iwmp.lv atteaded to
aadasatb/ doae la the alllstwa conadeace by a
ikllisaliTr maajiUnl lady. Also eoprtng ol
everTklrJ and deerriptloo allotted .t the loweet
rate., tethwacth.n guenuiteed. tall .1 M
North Main .treet lor further inlonuatton
FOR SALE— RKAL ESTATE.
IN SAN DIEGO OOUNTY,
10,000 acres, pood for sheep
or cattle, well watered, can bo
bought for $3.60 per acre, if
applied for soon.
A. B. HOTOHKISS.
San Diego, Gala.
Pasadena Seal Estate
tf* ■ Five acre, on one of the prin
-91 f Oil cipal avenues, all set out with
tliu loading choice varieties ot orange and JecUi
uouifruit trees, alio evergreen h.slgc in front;
channtnY location and heautifitl \ ie* of the vel
lev: water pipod to the laiul un.l lh*B very tlneet
of coil. This Is a first-class investment at 91700.
40Kf.n ''"ftniii,- orange and
iPtfBwUV iloutrtuoiis fruit tre<.s and vises nd-
Joiniuir propost-U Kailnta I Ktat'oti, on principal
street; has frontage of 000 feet; will pay 200 to
306 per cent, to subdivide.
ttJOQfiA Three and a half acres finely iiu
saOUU proved; house 7 rooms; one-half
milt! from Po»tofflc«; two minutes' walk from
tljQQKfi Five acres, all set out different va-
JU riiitii>a orange and decldaous trees
and vines; new house, hard finished; sit
uated on one of the prettiest avenues; a lovely
Fine fruit land; with water piped to land, at
|£M per fsots.
$.71*11*. Two on l«sviilnir avenue, with 4
tp / UU sharei water piped to land.
Also many other improved and unimproved
BEN. E. WARD OR
F. MINOTT WARD,
Real Estate Agents,
Pottoffic Building Pumdena.
In one of the
FINEST LOCATIONS IN THE CITY.
Mr. Chas. \V. Davis has made another sul*di
vision of his beautiful tract on
Southeast of his residence and we will offer this
property for sale in lots of from 3 to 6 acres
each, which will make the most desirable homes
in the city.
The Oity Water Pipes are Laid
along the street Fronting
Ths other portion previously offered, com pris
ma- 11 large lots, were all sold inside of ten days
and are being improved, thus showing the at
tractiveness of the location. Parties desiring to
secure a bargain should call at once aod see tho
maps and the prices, at the offloe of
DENNIS A COOK,
Areata. 248 Main St., Baker Block.
FOR AN INVESTMENT.
Parties desiring to make a profitable laveat
n>ent can have an opportunity of so doing. Wa
For Sale Rlocks of Land
B ii | situ .ted
ON BOYLEJ HEIGHTS,
CoDamonding a splendid view and do baa)thi«r
location to be found. These blocks front oo an
80 toot Avenue and contain about four acres
each. Would make beautiful building cites or
will subdivide iuto lots to advantage.
For terms and Map of same call ou
DENNIS A COOK,
248 Main street. Baker Block.
FINE DAIRY AND FRUIT RANCH
Of about 300 acres can be had
AT A BARGIAN,
If called for soon, about! miles from city; con
venient to market produce; land moist, sandy
loam; tSO shares of water stock: good soil for
deciduous fruits and vines; all well feoeed asm!
cross fenced; good orchard, alfalfa, house, barn,
corrals, etc. etc. Could be tmlhUvided aud sold
at a great profit, call on or address,
ADAMS. SOS ft MURRAY,
augl7t f Office; 338 Pioo House, S. Main St,
40 Acres or First-Class Land
In splendid locality.
ABUNDANCE OF WATER.
Ten and a half acres in vinos, from 4 to 12
years old; 10 acres alfafa, 4 acres orchard, 12
years old, 15 acres ol corn, good house and barn;
land well fenced. Prlre. SIO.fMO.
This place is cheap at 916.0C0, bat the owner
is compel led to sell. Apply to
ADAMS, SOS 4 MURRAY,
3mjy96] Office: 33S Pteo House. S. Main St.
Something Tor Everybody.
I have on hand constantly a choice tins of
Fish, Game and Poultry. Fresh
Salmon Received Daily.
Also alt other Rah, including Clams, Cockles
Lobsters, Plover, Cjnail, Rabbits, snipe, duokt,
always on hand in their season. Poultry of ail
kinds a specialty.
Any of the above goods dressed free of extra
charge and delivered to any part of ths city.
Choke Kaatern Hams and list-on aliced to or
der. 1.. UKRIOd,
ICS South Spring Street.
P. O. Box AS Telephone ltlf*.
Goods shipped C. O. l>. at Lowest Market Hates.
Under the Homestead Pre-Emotion,
Desert and Timber Culture
Persons seeking Qovern.rn.int Land In Loa An
geles and adjoining oatiat.es can be located on
good hunt by application to
M, ktLLEHKR, Snrveyor.
OfT!Ct-17 N. Mela St. Lo. Aug.la. OU.
Located lv the
GRKAT ANTEI.OI'E VAI.I.K\.
Thousands of mi ol tool ' .o. ..■!!..» nl Und
HOMESTEADS A TIMBER CLAIMS.
Cheap Lands For Sale.
Amwm j. j.hanford,
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