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DAILY HERALD.
THE WOMAN'S HOME.
The First Reception in the
New Quarters.
THK FLOWER FESTIVAL.
"Work Done in tlie Past and Expec
tations for the Future.
List of Officers.
The formal dedication of the Woman's
Home, which haa beou built by tbo
Flower Festival Society, took place yes
terday at tbe new building on Fourth
etreet, near Main. Some two years ago
* number of ladies, realizing tho neces
sity for auch a Home, banded themselves
together for the purpose of raising funds
Co carry out their object. The immedi
ate result of the organization was the
establishment of tho auunal iiower festi
val, which is dostincd to become a
feature of this city, as important as the
•'Toe Carnival" at Montreal or the
"Mardi Gras" at New Orleans. The
firet officers of the society were: Mrs. R.
M. Widney, President; Mrs. M. Kremer,
lira. E. A. Shopbord, Mrs. Dr. Bird,
Vice-Presidents; Miss M. E. McLellan,
Financial Secretary; Miss Fannie Saw
wer. Recording Secretary: Mrs. Earl B
Miliar, Treasurer.
Board of Managers—Mrs. S. E. Price,
Mra. C. E. Day, Mrs. Charles Prager,
Mrs. D. G. Steveui, Mrs. H. H. Boyce,
Mra. E. F. Spence, Mrs. F. C. Howes,
Mrs. J. M. Stewart, Mra. C. P. Brown,
Mrs. M. H. Wooster.
Advisory Committee —Mrs. Severance,
President of the Woman's Club; Mrs.
M. A, Gibson, Prosideut of the Orphans'
Home; Mrs. Professjr More, President
of tho W. C. T. U.; Mis. Milner, Presi
dent of the G. L. B ; Mrs. Ducommuu,
President of tho L. B. S.i Mrs. Gay,
President of tbe L. A. Y. M. C. A.;
Miss Florence Dunham, President of
the V. W, C. T. U.
At the time of the lirst festival the
following wero the members: Mrs. H.
H. Boyce, Mrs. E. T. Wright, Mrs. F.
A. Gibson, Mrs. J. S. Chapman, Mrs. A.
8. Robbins, Mrs. S. Lazard, Mrs. M.
Kramer, Mrs. Leopold Loeb, Mrs. P.
Lazarus, Mrs. E. A. Shepherd, Mrs. C.
P. Brown, Mrs. C. Ducommuu, Mrs. 11.
O. Bath, Mrs. W. D. Gould, Mrs. A. K.
Crawford, Mrs. M. S. Evans, Mrs. S, E.
Price, Mrs. John Milner, Mrs. M. X
Vernon, Mrs. R. M. Widney, Mrs. D. G.
Stephens, Mrs Dr. Bird, Miss Jeannette
Lazard, Mi-s E. Bengough, Miss Fannie
Sawyer, Misa M. H. Wooster, MissFlor
once Dunham, Mrs. Olive G. Marshall,
Mrs. J. A. Henderson, Mrs. H. New
nark, Mrs. Leon Loeb, Miss Emily New
mark, Miss Ella Newniark, Mrs. Maria
Leake, Mra. M. H. Heaver, Mrs. A. F.
Coronel, Mrs. Judge Stephens, Mrs. M.
E. Threlkeld, Mrs. Oliver Bliss, Miss M.
Hathaway, Miss M. E. McLellan, Mrs.
J. M. Stewart, Mrs. Milton Lindley,
Mrs. C. E. Day, Mrs, F. E. McDonnell
Mra. A C. McQuillan, Mrs. E. F.
Sience, M.-s. Dorothea Luminis, M. D.,
ra. J. A. Fairchild, Mrs. W. M. Fobs,
Mrs. Earl B. Millar, Mra. H. O. Collins.
Mrs. ii. M. Bigelow, Mrs. W. B. Herri
«tt, Mrs. E. Phillips, Mrs. H. Gardner,
Mrs. Jennie Sanderson.
THE FIRST PBSTIVALS.
It was decided to give tbe first festival
in April, 1885, and in that month tbe
largest flower collection seen in this city
was seen at the Nedeau Hall. Its success
tar exceeded the hopes of its projectors,
•and it was decided to proceed with Ihe
f;ood work. About $2000 was nett d
rom this festival, and oi this $1000 was
paid on Ihe lot occupied by the Home,
end tbe balance was used in reuting a
house for the shelter of homeless girl*.
Iv November, 1885, a "loan exhibit"
waa made by the society, hut the result
was not so encouraging, ior it rained al
most tbe whole tiuiu the exhibition was
held. Five hundred dollars werecleared,
however, and through the gift of $500
from Mrs. Hollenbeck, tie remaiuing
$1000 was paid on the lot. At this ex
hibition seventy-two engravings aud
etchings were loaned by 11. H Boyce,
fey H. X. Lee and hy Frank N, Rus>,
Mrs. C. M. Severance, Miss Harold, Dr.
W. W. Ross, Earl B Millar, Mrs. M. C,
Graham, A. H. Judson, Dr. Dorothea
Lnmmis and Prank Vau Trees. Iv the
American department there were eighty
aix curios loaned by Mrs. Richardson,
Mrs. I. R. Dunkelberger, Mrs. J. C.
Newton, Mrs. J. M. Stewart, Mrs. C.
W. Lawrence, Mrs. T. S. Stauway,
Mrs. Slossou, Mrs. S. A. Birclay,
Mrs. Forster, Mrs. N. W. Stow
ell, Mrs. Jot ham Bixhy, Mrs. M. A.
Hathaway, Mrs. Tanzy, Mrs. Boutwell,
Wra. C. Ducommun, Mrs, F. C. Howes,
Major Haveratick, Mrs. H. H. Boyce,
Mrs. Severance, Frai.k Howard, Miss
Hadley, G. H. Paine, Mrs. E. H. Gibbs,
Mrs. F. Q. Storey nnd Mrs. Dorothea
Lummis. Besides these there were a
Chinese department, with eighty-three
articles; a European department, wi;h
fifty-three relics; an Indian department,
with ninety—four curios; au Island de
(rartment, with seventy-four specimens;
• Spanish California department, with
100 articles; an exhibit from India of
forty-two articles, a Persian exhibit of
thirty-seven pieces, a collection of coins,
African curiosities and a number of
other interestiug articles.
The second set of officers were as fol
lows:
Mrs. R. M. Widney, President; Mrs.
F. C. Howes, Mrs. H H. Boyce, Mrs.
W. H. Herriott, Vice-Presidents; Miss
M. E. McLellan, Financial Secretary;
Mrs. W. B. Aberucthy. Recordiug Sec
rotary; Mrs. Earl B Millar, Treasurer.
Managers—Mrs. C. E. Day, Mrs. M.
slogan, Mrs. Chas. Prager, Mrs. C. P.
Brown, Mrs. J. M. Stewart, Miss M. H.
Wooster, Mrs. J. C. Newton, Mrs. J. E.
Hollenbeck.
Advisory Committee —Mrs. C. M. Sev
erance, President of the Woman's Clnbj
Mrs. M. A. Gibson, President of tbe Or
phans' Home Society; Mrs. Ira More,
President of the W. C. T. U.; Mrs.
John Milner, President of the German
Ladies' Benevolent Society; Mrs. C. Du
ootnmun, President of the Ladies' Be
novolent Society; Mrs. L. F. Gay, Presi
dent of the Ladies' Auxiliary of Y. M.
C. A; Mies Florence Duuhani, President
-of the Young Woman's C. T. U.
*HK SECOND FESTIVAL.
The second I'lo aer Festival held in
March lust yeur netted fIOOO, with
which the present building was com
pleted by the aid of borrowed mouey.
The unparalleled success of the exhi
bition of 1886 giv the ladies every en
•oaragement for thf ir woik this year
It would be impossible to give any idea
«f the beauty of such en exhibition, hut
a few items may be interesting as show
ing the profusion of flowers t..at gardens
ia this climate can luruish.
The representation of tbe Old Mission
Charch of San Gabriel, nine feet in
length, was wholly iv flowers. The
vails were of white Marguerite?, closely
faefced; the roof of double red gera
•nams, relieved with gray moss; the floor
elf wild flowers in groat variety, and ull
*si these were renewed from day to day
a«U«y faded.
Th* lee Cream Booth bad an exterior
Hiding a nauow WUI<
Her complexion formerly wns yellow, now
her brilliantly tinted sea shell cheeks are
admiration of hun'reds. She used Free
man's medicated lace powder.
:!lt"NL'l:i,l,A!*EOlN.
A >ugttCBtloii.
Those persous who have heard so much
of the far-fimed Pr. Henley's Celery, Beef
aud Iron, and yet hare not given it a per
sonal trial, would do well, if they have any
complaint of t::e liver, bowels, stomach
or kidneys, or aro troubled With debility,
insomnia, loss of app«tite, loss of llesh, or
gastric irratability, to give this wouderful
discovery a fair trial. Celery, Ueef aud Iron
is worth millions lo the human family,
t here is notning deleterious in this tome,
but Is a sate aud valuible remedy for a»ny
tronbji s. For sale hv all rtrugjista.
A Choice Residence Lot
TO BE
dado four feet in height, a mass of cal a
bloom against a background of calla
green. Between the platform aud floor
of the hall was an iuo me many yards in
length, formed of closely laid roses of
all shades, fascinating to the eye and
puzzling to the powers of calculation.
It was estimated that there were in
the hall during the show 50,000 callaa
and at least 400,000 roses from the gar
dens ot Los Augeles and vicinity, A
barrel of flowers Bent from a single pri
vate garden in Sauta Aua, contaiued ioO
blossoms of one kind; also, from Santa
Ana, on one dsy, 1500 roses were sent.
The officers for the preseut year are:
Mrs, R. M. Widney, President; Mrs.
VV. B. Herriott, First Vice-Presidents
Mrs. F. C. Howes, Secoud Vice-Presi
dent; Mrs. M. Hagan, Third Vice-
President; Mrs. W. B. Aberuethy,
Financial Secretary; Mrs. M. M. Fettc,
Recording Secretary; Mr. H. L. Mac
niel, Treasurer. Managers—Mrs. A.
S. Averill, Mrs. Hollenbeck, Mrs. Chaa.
Prager, Miss M. E. McLellan, Mrs.
C. E Day, Mrs. W. W. Widney, Mrs.
R. D. P. Widney, Mrs. Sam'l Minor,
Mrs. J. M. Stewart, Mrs. E. P. John
son, Mrs. J. C. Newton, Mrs.W. F, Mar
shall and Mra. J. A. Henderson.
THK BUILDINO.
The Home, which is a very m at. com
fortable-looking building, is 42x95 fo,-t,
of Ihree stories and basement, and is
modern in its desigu. Ou the first floor
are the parlors and dining room, which
can be thrown iuto oue, making a
convenient place for holding receptions
or entertainments. Back ot thu diuing
room is the kitcken. On the left-hand
side are offices und tbe rooms of the
Matron, Miss Evans, and four chambers
and a bathroom. On the secoud floor
are fifteen sleeping rooms and a sitting
room. Ou the third floor are sixteen
bedrooms. Many of these rooms aro not
yet furnished, but those which are look
neat and home-like. The public school
teachers of Loa Angeles paid $70 for
furnishing oue room, H. W. Mills fur
nished another, Mrs. Slauson one, and
Mrs. H. H. Boyce. The Woman's
Exchange, which is a brauch work of
the society, will provide a place where
everything that women cau muke may
be deposited for sale.
The reception of yesterday from 10
A. M. to 10 l". si. was a very successful
event and gives evidence of the kiudly
feeling which the ladies have for the
enterprise.
GIVEN AWAY,!
T WILLUItTE TO TIIE PERSON' OFFER
-1 ing to build the best resdence a lot
worth
$800.
Said lot being their choice of any one of
nine corner lots of my subdivision of
Alhambra Property!
No offer to hulld residence to cost less
than *!000 will ha accepted. The award
will be made on
Thursday, March 3d,
And any or all of the remaining 18 lots will
be sold This property is 3 blocks from
The Alhambra Hotel,
BUT A SHORT DISTANCE FROM DSPOT
le Well Supplied with Water
AND IS FINELY IMPROVED.
£U»T"TRAIN3 leave Los Angeles for Al
hambra at 7:10 and 9:30 a. h.
LI Mil I'HEE for All ivuo Attend.
CtWT'Vat further information address
J. If. TIERNAN,
San Gabriel,
Or DR. T. D. KELLOGG,
Alhambra.
feb6-3un—FriASat
TIMKEN SPRING VEHICLES.
JaMnflnVaVs^KaMaQß.
OVEK 409,000 IN USE.
Easiest riding vehicle made. Rides as
easy with one person as two. The springs
lengthen and shorten according to the
weight they tarry. Equally well adapted
to rough couutry roads and flue drives of
cities. Manufactured and sold by all lead
ng carriage builders aud dealers. feblO :tm
THE COMING FESTIVAL.
The coming Festival, which will take
place Ihe second week iv April, is an
nounced, and the funds raised will be
used iv paying oil' the debts and putting
the Home out of debt.
As the Home is open to applicants
from all the surrounding districts, the
Society feels sure that the interest in it
must be widespread, and cordially in
vite the aesistauee of all in making both
the Festival aud the Home a grand suc
cess. For this end, exhibits from the
various sections in Los Augeles county
are asked for, aud each section is invited
to provide one evening's entertaiument,
the programme to be submitted to tbe
Board for approval.
Mrs. R. D. P. Widney, who, associated
with Mrs. A. J. Wells, had charge of
the floral procession and cantata for tha
opening evening last year, kindly agree
to prepare some tiling of the same nature
for this year. The procession will be a
feature of each eveniug. Mr. M. F.
Coiburn, ihe successful manager of
last year, will again favor the Socio'y
hy attending to the general decoration
and d stribution of floor space.
There will be no charge for floor
space; the frame work of booths will bo
provided without expense to the ex
hibitors; all transportation fees will be
paid and two exhibitors connected with
each booth will bo entertained by the
ladies of the Society. While welcoming
all exhibits from outside ouutiea, it will
be impossible for the Society to assume
any ot the expense connected therewith, ,
though hospitality will be tendered to
two exhibitors from each booth.
Contributions of flowers, of all varie
ties, are solicited, and if carefully labeled
their receipt will be acknowledged in
the daily papers. Florists and other
large growers who desire to enter ex
hibits should make early application.
Red Star CoUfb Cure does n.t derange
the stomuch. It is iree from uoxious ingre
dients.
A positive cure for dyspepsia-Damiana
Bitters. Michel Levy A Co., wholesale liq
uor dealers, agents.
'THE Sign of the Arkansaw Congh
_ Syrup is looking you all square in tiie
Do yon want a sure, safe and reliable
Congh Svrnp? Are yon troubled with a
Cough, Cold, Bronchitis or Lung Com.
plaint ? Do your Babies keep you awake
all night with Hacking Coughs, Colds in
the Head, etc. Do you want something
reliable In tho house to meet these
emergencies ? We answe.- to all: "Go
to yonr Druggist and get a Bottle of the
Arkansaw Congh Syrnp, and be troubled
no more." Price. 50 cento per Bottle!.
C. H. HANCE, wholesale and retail
Druggist and Manufacturing Pharmacist,
Nos. 77 and 79 North Spring street. Tele
phone No. C 5. P. O. Box '2165.
Maverick National Bank,
BOSTON, MASS.
CAPITAL ... •100,000
1 SURPLUS ... 400,000
Aeconnts of Banks, Bankers and Corpora
tions solicited.
Our facilities for COLLECTIONS are ex
cellent and we re-discount for Banks when
balances warrant it.
Boston is a Reserve City, and balances
with us from Banks (not located in other
Reserve Cities) count as a reserve.
We draw our owu Exciisnge on London
and the Conti ent, aud make Cable Trans
fers and place money by telegraph through
out tbe Unl ed States and Ciuada.
Government Bond- bought and sold, and
Exchanges In Washington made for Banks
without extra charge.
We have a market lor prime first-class In
restmeut Securities, aud Invite proposals
from States, Counties aud Cities when issu
ing bonds.
We do a senersl Banking business, and
Invite correspondence.
AS A P. POTTER, Pres'dent.
JOS. W. WORK, Cashier. ja2l)wA-sa-tf
CALIFORNIA
THE LEADING
3»*North main fttreet, nr. Court.
Telephone 408.
HAB THE BEST SELECTED BILLOFFARE
of either Hot or Cold Eatables of any house
In tbe city. OYB i'ERS in any style. Prompt
[attention; prices reasonable. #-sb*"Gi'k.n- t
all Nioht ~*JHi OUB 3CHADE,
I fe27-im Proprietor.
EDGAR SESSIONS,
(Successor to W. D. Vawter A Co.)
mi inn Monica,
HAVING PURCHASED THE MERCIIAN
dise stock of W. D. Vawter A Co., at
Bauta Monica, I will continue the business
at the same old place on Thlr 1 street. Ask
ing for acontinuauceof the favors bestowed
upon the old firm, I will do my best to
please all customers. KDGAR SESSIONS.
febl3-lin-tues,fri,sun.
C. O. 01LM0RE. BRANSON FORBES.
C.G.GILMORE&CO.,
BROKERS
Foi the Sale ot Business Opportunities
AND
ALL KINDS OF PERSONAL PROPERTY.
Parties wishing to buy or sell a business
that will bear a thorough investigation, are
requested to call upon us.as wo have special
faciliiies for such transactions. Tothenur
chase and sale of all kinds of personal
property we give our close attention. A list
I of choice bargains always on hand. We also
do a general Broker,ge Business. All busl
ness iutrusted to us will be transacted with
promptness and dispatch.
C. G. GILMORE A CO.,
_ 39 North Spring street, Lis Angeles.
jtar*"Room 9, over People's Store. 117-lm
Due de Montebello Champagne
FINE IMPORTED CHAMPAGNE, FOR
MERLY THE PROPERTY OF HIS ROYAL
HIGHNESS THE "DUC D'AUMALE" AND
THrS PRINCES D'ORLEANS, OF THE
ROYAL FAMILY OF FRANCE.
WEYSE BROS.—TELEPHONE 11 and 355.
SOLD BY THE CASE OR THE BOTTLE
,1... lm
Hff 11 RESTORED. Rkmeoy
llinhAA/1 Free, a vie lm oi youth
lUdllllUUU i" 1 imprudence, causing
iuiwuvva premature decay, nerv
ous debility, lost manhood, etc., having
tred In vain every knowu remedy, has dis
covered a simple self-cure which he will
send FKFE to his fellow suiTorers. Address
C. J. MASON, Poßtofflee box 3179, New York
city.
LOS ANCxELES DAILY HERALD. MARCH 2. 1886.
lIA -V X IM. Hill SI X.
First National Bank
OF LOS ANGELES.
Capital Stock tICO.OOO
Surplus »W5,000
E. F. Spence, - '■ ! ' - ■ ■ President
J. M. Elliot r, Cashier
DIRECIOtts:
J. D. BlcknelL J F. Crank, H. Mabury,
wm. Lacy, f. W. Spence.
81 OCX hold els:
Est. of A. H Wilcox, Jnmes McCoy,
0. S. Wltherbv, Y. Q. Story,
1. F. Crar;k, A. L. Lanktrshim
Mrs. J. K. Ilollonbcck, Wm Lacy,
11. Mabury, S. 11. Mott,
L. H Carlton, E F. Spence,
J. D Bleknell, J. M. Elliott.
Temple Block, l.os Angeles, Cal.
Capital Sto.-k Pair! I p. SIOO,OOO.
Reserve fund, »10»,"Ol».
JOHN B, PI.ATEK . President.
R 8 BAKi:it Vice-President.
GEO. H BTHWART .Cashier.
DIKECIORS.
H L M»cNmi„ FoTHAM Uixbv,
John K. I'i.ater, Roß.rTfl liakkr,
John A. Faxton. Geo. W. PbescoTT,
K. M WIDNKV
AMn SELti BXCBAMoai On San
Franc sco New Vcrk, LjudoD, Paris, iierlin
and Frankfort,
«TJBT"H | 'Y EICHAKOtI on nil parts ot the i
United States and Europe.
|HpT*HBCEIVE Monkv on open acc'tint
and certiucue of depo.it, aud do a general
bauking and Bxohange business.
FARMERS' and MERCHANTS'BANK
OF LOS ANGELES.
Established in 1865
Paid Tp Capital »800,000.
Surplus and Reserve Fund..«ssoi',«H)O.
Total •700,000.
I»ATA« W. Bellman Pr sident
C. Goodwin Vice-President
John Milner Secretary
HOARD OF DIRECTORS.
Isalas W. Ilellmau, I John S. Griffin,
O W Childs, C E. Thorn,
Phil. Gamier. I J. B. Lankershlm
C. Ducommuu, | Jose Mascarel.
ftaJ~ Exchange for sale on New York,
London, Frankfort, Dublin, Paris and Ber
lin. Receive depo-lts and issue their cer
tificates. Bnv and sell G jveruments, State,
County and City Bonds.
SoutheriTCalil'ornia Natioual Bank,
nadeau Block.
JOHN I. REDICK President
L. N. BREED Vice-President
WM. F. BOSBYSUELL Cashier
Paid in Capitai SKM>,OO<l.
AOTHOaiUn Capital ».>oi>,oiH(.
Directors—L. N. Breed, If. T. Newell. H.
A. Barclay, Charles E buy, Alexander Pen
ney, D, M. Grahim, X O. Boshyshell. M.
Hagau, Frank Radcr, William F. Boshyshell,
John I. Rerlfek. IM-tl
Los Augeles saymp ilani.
■3"» "lOBTH MAlfv ST.
CAPITAL, • • • , $300,000
PRESIDENT L. C. GOODWIN
SECRETARY J. V. WACHTEL
Hoard of Dlreetore:
IssiAs W. naLLHAi • John E. Plates
Host. S. Baeeb, Jons A. Patios,
L, 0 GoomsiK.
Term Deposits will be received in sums of on
hundred dollars and over.
Ordinary Deposits in Bums of ten dollars acd
over.
Mono v to loan on tlrst-class Real Estate.
Los Angeles. July 1,1854'
Los Angeles National fianK,
NO. 64 NORTH MAIN STREET, Lot Al
(rales. Csl.
Snrpltte •SO.OOO, Capital •300,000
DIBECTOBS:
Da. W O. OocnaAß, H. H. Marehiu!
Psbbt M. Obeih, Johb Bstson, 8b
Da. E. Si»»AP»raa. F. 0. Howas.
Obo. H. BoKEBBaaB,
iVErohacge for sale oo all tbe principal cities
o tho TJalted State and Europe. mh9
GtSO. H BOHBSEAEB, JOEB bETSOS, SB ,
Pres'l Vleo-Proe«
F. C. Howes, Cashier.
Southern California
National Bank.
NADEAU BLOCK!
Corner First and Spring Streets
LOS ANGELE3, CAL
PAID UP CAPITAL, - - 8130,099,00
H. 11. BOVCII, ... President
In IS. BICEEU, - Vice-President
W. 17. BOSKVSIIELL, - . Cashier
DIRECTORS :
L. N. Breed, Chas. E. Day, H. A. Barclay,
W. C Furrey, M. G McKoou, T. W. T. Rich
ards, E. C Bosbvshell. M. Hagan, J. Ko.ter,
W. F. Bosbyshell, 11. H. Boyce,
2*3 Stoclilioldoi-s.
Transacts a General Banking Business.
A Special Department for Collections.
Accouuts of Banks and Bankers receive
special attention.
A share of your business is solicited.
LANDS
In Central California, for
sale by
Edwin K. Alsip & Co.,
REAL, ESTATE AGENTS,
No. 1015 Fonrth Street, Sacramento.
No. 214—Eighty acres of land in Nevada
couuty at $11 per acre; ten acres cleared
partly under fence: two living springs of
water; a small dwelling; will oxohauge for
city property.
No. 215—For $3500; ICO neres of land two
and a half miles northeast of Folsom:
acres In vineyard, Beven acres lv alfalfa;
all fenced aud tillable; fifty acres cleared;
d weili ug, b-irn, etc
No. 216—Eighty acres of good fruit land
near Newcastle, Placer couuty, for f.'iuoO'
all situated so as to be irrigated from ditch;
all fenced: fifteen acres orchard, twelve
acres in berries, three acres iv alfalfa;
peaches raised on this place took first pre
mium at State Fair in 1886.
No. 217—Forty acres of good grain or fruit
laud at HBO per acre, near Brighton, Sacra
mento county; will be sold in teu-acie
tracts; would give about three acres ol
alfalfa land to each piece
No. 202—Seven thousand dollars, for'y
acres of flne fruit laud near Newcastle,
Placer county; two and a half acres in table
grapes; twenty-lire acres in fruit from 8 to
7 years old; three acres In berries; two and
a half acres in alfalfa; plenty of timber for
family use; soil Is of a dark. Bandy loam
and high y productive; dwelling has five
rooms, cost 8160; good barn with sheds on
both sides; good wells and pumps; this is a
fine farm and ought to dud ready sale.
No. 133—Ten thousand dollars; for thirty
acres of fruit land in the well-known Win
ters region; three ncrcs in vineyard, fifteen
acres in orchard, half au aero bt rries, two
acres alfalfa, besides for'y-four orange
trees, two Japanese porsimmon trees; all
ieuced aud cross-fenced into three fields
twodwei iugs, one large stable, one barn'
one granary; the dwelling is surrounded by
a yard fl led with c olee shrubbery, which
in case ol need, can be easily watered from
hydrants couvin'cntly located In different
parts of the yard: thero nro two large wind
mills, two tmkß and tank'ouse. and all
necessary outbuildings; the climate is good
aud well adapied to fruits; scale, codliu
moth and other (riiit pests are unkßown.
No 182-Ten dollars per acre; 275 acres
unimproved land seven mlh s from Lat>-i,bn,
near Michigan Bur, Sacrameuto county;
nearly all tillable.
fM§y-9cn& for our (Malnxue of Lands, or
call for It at Northern California Agency
No. MS Jtsitb Main street. Los Augeles.
EOWIN K. ALSIP A CO.,
Sacramento.
THE l.os ANSBLBB ~
HOUSE AND ROOM-RENTING AGENCY
Houses, Stores, o dices and Rooms to Let.
ATHEHTON A BELL, Props.
Office4ol N. main St., Cos Ansjeles
Opposite Pico House.
MEDICAL. MEDICAL* MEDICAL.
Santa Abie, f^jjALIPOJRNi
w U«—i~.a w—« Plcaelna- (o the I'nlaio and AjHtl 4
!(tvT^' Calico, Col.—l have had the Catarrh for H
-\i J r / could not. bn-athethrongh my nost.rihj. Your i —i 1
J|>. '.*ry aJ«"T*O Hf *#Ts!a California Cst-R-Cure has cleared out mv | \, \_i> f\{ t'isJWwTUC? ,r -'
\W '. •• .. • * y-tyfii head nud I can talk plainer now than 1 have V — ' . . ' j
E£S£Sh CALIFORNIA CAT-R-CURE.
Pt* i'Cr' -1 ' , Yours truly. Cihm.es 0. Ovebhhweb.
ii* -ii yu* •'• 3'iV'l ■'* Tho only (iuaranteed Cure for
•■tV*?'•,tiVJr ' V.' ' Wooi»laho, Cal.--Your modtclnesare »ell- «,„„■, i'.H.i,,,h.n..d
j?-??i..f-T' '! .-rr-;- ing better thin any other sheif goodt, and „ °*« C *«* »•*» _
■ Vy£ v '•' ; 1 'J v, ~<- give snttsfiie lon to all purchasers. The May 'ever, Rose Cold, Catarrhal Deaf
«>'*••'• ' ' Cat-It Cure is praised very highly by all no ss and Sore Eyes. Restores the sense of
r*3!>'V.V ; v-; ia,/' who have tried h. acd many cases have taste and smell, removes bad taste and nn
i/J - /.' *.' been Kresilv benefited by its use when all pleasant breath, result from Catarrh. Easy
6 "•'-'.[>-" ' 1 .(-lihfSV other remedies tried have proved of no and pleasant to u-e. Follow directions and
»•■ rur benefit. Yours truly, J.VNO A Lawson. a cure is warranted. Send for circular to
I **>' "-■- ■ ABIETINE MEDICAL CO ,
~,-C 1 Fol«om.Cbl —lused Buttc-Tlno inchronlc Six Months' Treatment I'; by Mali sLML
~ ffi S&: jbV.A : a*'"! I rhriimatism with treat benefit. Please lead
v> . rr^b^^ w i SANTA ABIE and CAT-R-CURE!
F>mQ I • SANTA A~ltIE is only sob, lv large HANCB ' " "
The Great Auction Sale!
of
THE BIRD TRACT.
NINETY BEAUTIFUL LOTS!
On the Lovely Boyle Heights,
AT AUCTION, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2(1, AT 10:30 A. M.,
ON THE PREMISES.
BY ORDER OF THE LOS AUGELES LAND BUREAU, A CORPORATION.
GEORGE W. FRINK, President.
Easton Q. Eldridge, . . Auctioneers.
A Rare Chance for investment. Sightly and Healthy location. Mountain
Water. Only one and one-half miles from business center. Easy
of access; take the horse cars at Temple Block to the
corner of Aliso avenue and Cummings Street, where
signs are placed directing parties to the
property, only 1 1-2 blocks distant.
Don't Fail to Look at This Beautiful Property.
Terms Easy; One-third cash, one-third in 6 months and one-third in
12 months. Interest on last payments, 8 per cent per annum.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND CATALOGUES INQUIRE AT
Los Angeles Land Bnrean,
West First Street,! mx sa%aS m '
Parties Wishing Something Fine in the Carriage or Buggy Line
Will find the most elaborate display of vehicles e"f.r exhibited in California, not excepting the
VV i mm ense repositories of tfsn Francisi o. We have now ou hand a full line of OPEN AND TOP BUGGIES consisting ot all the
LATFBT STYLES, from a SOC-ponnd ton huggvdo#n toa top buggy that weighs ouly 180 pounds. We have also MINIATURE OR
PONY PBJSTOBS, TWO-SEATED CARRIAGES AND PONY OASTS.
" LIN^ B WE " AYE
RUSSIAN CANOPY BURRIEB, EXTENSION-TOP MIKADO SURRIES, BAXONY CANOPY CARRIAGES, and these ?00l* are
tbe very latest styles and are strictly A GRADE in every resi ect aud are built by the celebrated firm of E. A. BABCOCK dc
Co., OF AMESBURY. MAES. We now occupy both the Old Armory Hall and large store underneath.
J. F. Davis & Son. Carriage Repository,
101.103 NOIITH 1,(111 ANUELES STHEET, COKNEK LOS ANVEEES AMD KEQEENA STREETS.
d? 3 6m Su-Th
PACIFIC WAGON COMPANY!
■ i ■■■m. M wo cordially recommend
B y,,,,, «.v. ilieliert remedy
l ' e o ( .; , ' lfo,<JOno " hlt '' ,
i«WMiiM°Birl»S,™ »lJe?»n I |Hi > s every o c«si C st
an o«MtBlrlotor». - his given sitUfccticu.
M Tih. Aleott A 1.1.1.
VJlf'»« CHeaietl IIu(llon . N . v .
Cincinnati .ft^BH
Ohio. _\\w m \ s„id by Dnigrtatj.
f Price #1.00.
LOST POWER a w n i?akSs l
however induced, not only relieved but
I'J'.KMANSNTLY CURED without medi
cine. IT C'tIKTS l\«»X JUPHi to sond
for particvlarß, which we will forward free
In sealed envelope on application. Don't
miss this opportunity. Addrexs,
II- B. A. OO iar,7 Broadway,
t m-wO s7ow VnrV <uf»
A NASAL INJKCTOi; free with every
bottle of Shlloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 50
cents. C. F. Helnzeman, ageut, Los Angeles.
I 310 SOUTH OLIVE STREET.
HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE OR EX
.change. Fine two-story house of is
I room-, with abundance of closets and all
modern conveniences. Lot 1.0x165 feet.
Fine view overlooking the valley to the
ocean Will take in pirt pay good city or
country property. Apply at 119 New High
street, to R.M WIDNEY. 18-1 m
||"HACKMETACK" a lasting and fragrant
Earfume. Price 25 and 60 cents, ti. F.
lelnzemau' agent, Los Ange'.es.

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