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i flMtetta Ho t State Board ot Horticulture. 1
* It is seediest to write at length about
the ravage* of toe codatn month and of
> the importance *f finding a thorough
rawer*/ against the peat. In a paper
rasa before the Fruit-Growers' Conven
tjea, held la November last, I ex
posted ths belief that spraying with
sjseaialtt was ths most promising of
aaything yet triad for this purpose. I
site maintained that while ths remedy,
' aoastlsss,would prove efficacious, killing
the eodlia larva if used often enough,
it weald as a little premature to reoom
attad it as ths remedy, heoaase the very
aoJeeaout nature of the compounds, and
that we aesded a thorough trial to
sattle definitely the all-important ques
ts** if either of the arseaiatea would be
or aay danger to the consumer of fruits
M protected. Sinoe expressing this, I
have seam ia active correspondence with
the 9tate Batoatologist of Illinois, Prof.
C A. Forbes, and f feel happy to elate
that hit thorough experiments, although
aside oa a comparatively email scale,
. have proved to my mind that ia
the ousts te of the Eastern states,
the arssaiates oan be made a decided
smesses by proper application, thereby
saving two-thirds of an apple crop, and
that there n ao danger ia using either
af these, ia that olimate, that is, if used
to season. The Bulletin, No. 1, of Pro
fill 11 fir I —, was kindly ssat to me,
saw I have treaty qso ted from it ia the
Mlawiag. Professor Forbes hat reached
ths following conclusions: That there
salts of coco or twice spraying with
Mat grass ia early spring before the
youag applet had dropped upon their
stasia, resulted ia a saving of about 75
far oast of ths apples exposed to injury
by the eodlia moth.
The arssalo resaediee have, to my
knowledge, been need by several per
sona ia this State, but while they have
been mere or lees eaeeeesfnl, yet, except
hi the ease of apples sprayed with arsenic
solution by Messrs, Little and Outlay, in
the Seats Clara valley, as mentioned in
my paper, no official analysis has been
Baffi nf fruit treated with arsenic
These apples wars found perfectly free
frost aay trace ef arsenic, although
asraysd twice, and in the case of
Mr. Ouslsy 60 per sent of the
fruit saved. It matt, however, be
borne ht mind that while arsenic,
or arsenical acid, ia very soluble—in
fact, it dissolved by the least moisture—
Paris frees and London purple are not,
aad will remain oa the fruit even after
heavy rainstorms, at hat been proved by
reoant analysis in Illinois. Hence these
atust h*. regarded as decidedly dan
pirests' w**s sued Lai*. whin the op
at* pm;'mm' t <mm- * hmmgin, down.
ltmsmm,m:ti >»■ **.<• aWei gowth
of ths apple that throws off the
poison, at none hat been found en frail
treated early, la ths Eastern climate. If
there be (any possible danger from the
use of these substance*, it will bs de
tsrmtned definitely, anct we shall bear
this point especially is Md ia our ex
fjeriEwnts this summer. We ask every
aaa disposed to experiment to note care
fully the 1 Urns and' minne* of applica
tion, the conditio* of thedrnit sprayed,
sad also the state of the weather. A
aambsr of samples of fruit thus treated
aad analysed will cettle ihe af
tbe danger to the consumer/
rAKIS Gallic. '
Paris green is a oompound of arsenio .
tad pogkr. ht isffW m<*e powerful ;
poisowrtqan *'oae£ and if not ,
■olnblt ia watet, lenaf fill retnain j
mach longer on the tree*. As stated .
before, ia the Eastern States it is used ]
ia preference to steeajay as it is not so
ttebls to be washed fff byiralnj aad an- j
ether advantege.il that it will not hart 1
the foliage, exoept when used in an ,
overdose. Such at least is the report ,
from the East. I have taken considerable ,
pain* to esoertsin if aay damage baa ,
totalled from iv ate in this State. I (
have learned recently, on a visit to f
\
the purpose of killing diabrotica beetle, t
taahrirl severely, bat used upon apples j
aad pears it had no bad effect. Doubt- ~
Its* it:Willi*.-stead: that Paris green in 0
market will vary in strength; tbe pro i;
portion to be based on the percentage of f
15 par east arsenic. The price of Paris
gross fnlana. fcauUo, by the staell X
qaaatity.fispHfiiptslrjA pound- S fS ( \ \j (
Oa* pound of Paris green to fifty-four v
aallTt— of water ia the strength used by t
Prol, Forbes lor sis swaestlul experi
assats. Other putiei claiming to have
beaa squally suoceaaful have used only
half ths strength. The Paris green ia
stirred/ tad TnttasflTwl* ths water sad
/<»»ska> .stirred while being
■flayed.
LONDON PURPLi.
Pl£R?' r* spoUier arsenical
atsaotaotnre Of 1 antltne dyes, and contains
Inns, arsenious acid and oarbonaceoue
atatssr. v Jt ia mora soluble, mora adhe
sive, lass potMaana aad lest expensive
in Baa Frencisoo i*
arorth, by small qaaatitiet, twenty-five
asataaar aoand, and by larger quanti
ties, twenty-two and a half centt a pound.
It is mixed to a paste and then di
lat*& iWsSeor Cook, of Miebigsn,
til i"""""** *M pound te fifty gallons
af watt*} ethers as little at one pound
te aOOtwJloa*. We iatsnd to try the.*
suffers** strengths onrtei yes, but should
aot iiiiawariid tern thaa one pound to
100 m 1 As aha osmponud oontaine
■oats araenione acid, it would be ad*
Tleable to use it oa cloudy days, if poe
athle, as it might damage the foliage.
WHITS ABSINIC, OK ABSEMOCa ACID.
One pound to '200 gallons of water,
ths arsaaio being' first dissolved by being
E boiled with caustic potash. Experi
h sasata |wUh, this compound in Santa
1 Clara sooasrpllstjsd considerable good,
satd, it'^uP 7 trfafo, Without any
dsager to ths consumer; bnt in
aaariy every case the foliage of
asset badly, in others partially; and in
only one case, where the application was
mads .daring the morning ef a slondy
d«y,ss*c4saaaaajp waa«ao*eei to saw trees.
Although loss promising than any of the
other remedies, is-deeerrel trial.
MANNKR OP APPLICATION.
It i* of great importance that when
apylUil lbs poison be well mixed in the
water, aad ia the case of Paris green
aad London purple it ia necessary to
atl.afsaiiti' nliiiielYi tin ni l fllnrr Ths
aaixtare should b* thrown over the
I eras ao that every apple or pear is
1 wetted, as it is Iky attaal soisoning of
| whs (rait that the egg or worm ia killed,
Throwa with a fine spray, two and one
avast gallons of ths mixture will suffice
ATTOI*. ~ I
fat reasons before mentioned, it is
m asaaatial tars>,taw poises i*g be done
m early. The first application should be
R aaaos whoa ths fruit is ont of bloom.
J" Xhe aasood, ten or twelve dsye after
s',' anesl. If a third application be made—
I;
¥' aaaassssary—it should bs done later
: +>... (oar weeks after ths tint.
| . JtBASiraES TO CATCH THS LABV.B.
i Mantling mode of pro
p.' lawtlon. whioh has been practiced in the
I batata States, hat been tried in this
\! efc?2»3ou
', m VB sn leaving the apple toseek shelter
& —■»— the bark. The band about the tree
f shelter for the worm.
I' jpdlht —r'''T of thelarraj no doubt find
mmc" ■■-
miSCEI-LASIEOIS.
Los Angeles Board oFTrade
AtD
Loa Angeles Produce Exchange
Building Bonds.
SUBSCRIPTION BOOKS FOR THE ABOVE
bond! are now opeu at tbe following
places:
Farmers' and Merchants' Bank,
First National Bank,
Los Angeles County Bank,
Los Angeles National Bank,
Southern California National Bank,
Job Angeles Savings Bank,
Savings Bank of Southern California,
Childress Safe Deposit Bank,
Hayden Lewis Co.,
Seymour & Johnson,
Germain Fruit Company.
These bonds are issued for the purpose of
erecting a building for the joint use of the
two organisations, will bear 6 per cent, in
terest per annum (net), payable semi-an
nually, and will be secured by first mort
gage on the property aud building to be
purchased and erected. Parties desiring to
subscribe to said bonds can do so by calling
at any of the above b inks, or upon the
undersigned. S. B. I EWIS.
M. H.JOHNSON,
EUQENE GERMAIN,
m26-lm Trustees
Cleanliness Next to Godliness.
Send Your Carpets
TO TUB
Los Angeles Carpet-Beating Machine
TO Bii CLEANED.
This Is the only machine in Los Angeles
that can thoroughly clean carpets All
work done with neatness and disoatch bi
competent workmen. Estimates given on
all kinds of carpet work on application.
ajBP-Leave your orders at the Los An
geles Furniture Company's store, or at the
office of the Carpet-Beating Machine,
IOS North Spring Street.
Works on Alvarado street.
Telephone 633. P. 0. Box 1164
SIDNEY LACEY,
apl-tf . : Notary Publio,
CALIFORNIA
THB LEADING
-cArmrAi—
39. North main Street, nr. Court.
Telephone 409.
HAS THE BEBT SELECTED BILL OF FARE
of either Hot or Cold Eatables of any house
In the city. OYBTBBS in any ,
attention; prices reasonable. ATHp-OrKN
ALn Night I'SJkB GUS SCHaDE,
nt27-lm Proprietor.
their way to this; but a sufficient num
ber (or giving future trouble find other
hiding-places on fences, buildings, etc.,
and perhaps more than auywhere else
under clods at the foot of Ihe tree; aud
it is herein an old orchard that I have al
most invariably found cocoons. To make
the banding system more effective tbe
ground right around the tree, as well as
the whole orchard, should be thoroughly
pulverized. The greatest obstacle to tbe
success of the banding system is the ne
glect of one orchard-owner, while his
neighbor conscientiously and thoroughly
performs the work. Tbe negleot or
half-done work of one person among his
trees it sufficient to counterbalance the
careful and thorough work of others
arosnd him. The difficulty, in so many
cases, of doing anything really satisfac
tory, I think ia due to this want of co
operation. Iv my own orchard, iv the
Santa Crnz mountains, comparatively
itolated, very fair results have been ob
tamed. It is evident that in a thickly
settled community, unless all concerned
da their duty, the work will be largely
in vain.
PICKING} 0T INFESTED FRUIT.
The praotioe of picking off infested
fruit, of course, comes under tbe same
head as the band system. In that it
aims at a reduction or extermination of
the next brood, it should go hand in
hand with the band system. It is alio
open to the objection that unless the
neighbors do their duty, little good is
accomplished.
Whenever feasible, the custom of
keeping hogs in the orchard is a good
one, as in this manner all the wormy
frnit is devoured, thns naturally prevent
ing the inoreate of the math.
HOW THEY MANUFACTURE
OLIVE OIL
Description of Kimball.* Na
tional ottr oilve Oil irjtanu
lactury.
Although one of the oldest industrial,
the manufacture of olive oil is one of the
least understood' And it is no wonder.
The suggestion ef oil in the delightful
little relish which appears a* a pickle on
all Southern California table* is very
faint But it is primarily for it* oil that
the olive i* growu. Every country
housewife know* how olives are pickled,
and to find oat how olive* are made into
oil a Union representative visited the
work* of Frank A. Kimball, at National
City.
The manufactory, which ia the largest
of .the hind in the State, is a large,
roomy briok building, over 100 feet in
length and two stories in height, with
ouf ornaments, but withal a very come
ly edifice. On one side stands a large
funuace, which eende forth a sound like
an engine in labor, and the Newspaper
man at onoe made tbe Inquiry it that
was where they tried the oil out, and he
did not know why everybody laughed.
But he went inside, following the fore-
Csrtan, who led in in to the staoi-.J sts: y,
marking;that in the oil business every
ing begins at' the top. Ther entire
floor was spread to the depth of two
inches with olivea.. Oueu skylights were
dashing in upon them the warm sun's
ray*, and the fruit seemed to be sending
up a faint mist, which curled about
leisurely, and then was dissipated, only
te till tne room with a slight but sweet
scent.
"Those came in to-day. They have
jost been pioked. In about two weeks
they will be as dry a* those," remarked
the reporter's guide, pointing to a heap
'in a corner, where the olives looked like
prunes. "Thoae are ready for the
crasher."
[• The crasher aforesaid is down stairs.
It i* a great bowl of masonry, perhaps
■ten feat in diameter, with its foundation
deep in the earth. Upright in ihe cen
ter is a large frame, turning slowly,
moved by a tugging engine near by, and
round and round in the bowl runs a
huge stone, six feet high and perhaps a
foot in thickness, attached to the beam
by an axle. The bowl is full of olive*,
and the stone in it* circuit is crushing
them; seeds and all, with a pressure ot
ISO tons to the space of twenty
inches. There are 400 pounds
of olive* in the bowl, but
in about twenty minutes the
forman signals the engineer that the
poiaaee it made, and the minding cease*.
A "cage" is then brought and the blaok
looking mast it shoveled into it. This
is then carried? to a press, the hue of
whioh resemble* the bowl of the crusher,
but has an outlet on one side. Steam ie
then turned on again, and as a sorew
■lowly forces down the presser, the oil,
now for the first time apparent, flows
through tbe bar* of tbe cage copiously,
and streams through the outlet into a,
tank below the floor. The liqaid is al
most black at first, but on standing a
day or two clear, straw-colored fluid is
carefully dipped from the surface of the
casks. When almost half way to the
bottom a dark sediment ie encountered.
That i* good food for the hogs, and to
that use the maker relegate* it.
From the first tank the oil goes
t) a second series of receptacles, a
set of bright galvanized iron casks which
stand, closely covered with netting,
around the wall. Here the oil remains
from three to five months, and tbe fibri
nous matter gradually settlee to the bot
tom, this time only to the depth of an
inch or two. Again it ia dipped off, this
time to tbe last set of otska, but as it
goe* it I* filtered, first through a kind ef
hair cloth, brought from Italy, then
through a felt cloth, on whioh is a thick
laper of cotton and linen fiber, and as it
drips from this oloth it show* that it has
gained that delicate straw color, lightly
tinted with green, which is typical of
pur* olive oil. It goee into the casks
sgain after this purification, there re
maing a short time; and from these it is
drawn into bottles, a label is put on and
Frank Kimball's olive oil is ready for the
market.
The utmost cleanliness ia observed
throughout the entire process. The dan
ger that the oil will become rancid i* so
great that every care it taken.
The manufacturing seems simple; there
is no ponderous machinery except the
crusher; but extraordinary skill and care
is absolutely necessary to run a good
product. Mr. Kimball has a foreman
from Italy, A. Gaddi, who . has froan
youth been a manufacturer of oil, and
everything is done on (he Italian plan.
The rorks are capable i f converting
every day eight ton*of olives into oil,
and a* Mr. KimbstMras ordered ma
chinery to double thflapaelty of them,
all tbe olives which wj| be raised in this
section for years can lB used at National
City.—San Diego Uni*.
C. O. GILMORE. BRANSON FORBES.
C. G. GILMORE & CO.,
BROKERS
For the Sale ol 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 na.as we have special
lacilitie* for such transaction*. To the s>ur
chase and sale of all Kinds of personal
property we give our close attention. A list
nf onolce bargains always on hand. We also
do a general Brokerage Business. AH busi
ness intrusted to ns will be transacted with
promptness and dispatch:
G. O. GILMORE £ CO.,
136 South Spring street, Los Angeles.
ml7-lm
Incorporated .in 1882
PACIFIC COAST
Detective Agency
AND MkBCHAXDISB Patrol,
820 It. main St., ICooms 9 and 10.
General Office 215 Kearny Street, 8. F.
£mT~ We have agents in Arltona, Mexico,
Texas, Oregon, Nevada., Washington Terri
tory, and in various parts of California, all
under bonds for the faithful performance
of their dutiea All. detective busiuess
strictly confidential. P. O. Box UK. mll-lm
Los Angeles Board of Trade.
TO THE MEMBERS OF TBE LOS AN
gples Board of Trade: Notice Is hereby
given thst tbe annual meeting of the Board
of Trade will be held at the rooms of the
Board, Nos. 1 to 4 Baksr block, on MON
DAY EVENING, April 11th. at 7:30 o'clock.
The reports of the oncers for the- past year
will be received and election of a Board of
Directors for tbe ensuiug year be held, and
other business that may properly and le
gally be brought before the meeting will be
transacted. E. L. STERN, President.
A. M. Lawrence, Secretary. mr2o-td
Due de Montebello Cbampagne
FINE IMPORTED CHAMPAGNE, FOR
MERLY THE PROPERTY OF HI3 ROYAL
HIGHNESS THE "DUO D'AUMALK" AND
THB PRINCES D'ORLEANS, OF THE
ROYAL FAMILY OF FRANCE
WEYBE BROS.—TELEPHONE 11 and 365.
SOLD BY THE CASE OR THE BOTTLE
mm ti
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETIUC ~
OFFICE OF THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC
Rallsead Co., San Francisco, Mare), 11
1887.—TbkSnnqalajejetlugOf'the atocsljol•
ders of the southern pacific Railroad
Company for the election of directors for
the ensuing year end for the transaction of
such other business rh may be brorfght- be
foie the meeting, will be held at the office
of the oompany in the city of Ban Fran-
Cisco, State of California, on Wednesday,
tba uth day.ef
mlt-'d Sesretary.
B. T. BEYANT. H. A. BBANSCOX.
JJKYANT A BRANrICOM, : . E|
BED STAB 1.1 ItE TttA.\Sl l:lt Co.,
536 North Main Street, Baker Blook.
BaOoaob and Freight handled with Care
Special attention given'to tße removal of
Pianos and Orgaus. Telephone No. 101.
f2t-t< UM. JEWBTT, Supeihitendent.
I" s -
DEWALKS, GARDEN WALKS. FLOORS
and all varieties of Cement and Stucco
work, Tesstlared Pavements end. Tiles i
laid.- Office, 1H W. First st., Nadean block,
mr a lm E. A. BAXTON, Manager.
BOOK BINDERS.
BLANK BOOKS A SPECIALTY
75 N. Spring St, Lot Angeles. oetl tf
mo THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE
X. Farmers' and Meraßants' Bank of Los
Angeles and to all otJßainteretted: Of
fice of tbe Farmers' ijßHMerchants' Bank
of Los Angele-, FebruHr 17, 1887. In ac
cnrdance with a resitation adopted at
a meeting of the DlrqMfrg of tbe Farm
ers' and Merchants' Bam of Los Angeles,
held at the office of ta% corporation, this
day, a special meetinst M t h e stockhold
in
hundred (500) shares at .4Bh thousand ($1000)
dollars each. I. VV. HEIMAN, President.
JOHN Milnir, SecretarfT IlvTuAFmayß
LOB ajn o»nX,ES DAILY HERAllt^^^^^^^^^^M
BBU ESTATE. WMm
C. M. WELLS
DEALER IN MM
REAL ESTA'M
AS PRINCIPAL ONLY, ■
Offers for sale the following, knowing well
that for years the sellers have
been tbe losers:
Warm Lands 530.U0 per Acre.
360 Acres of foothill land, with water, in
the frostless fruit and vegetable belt. Any
man who will improve this land for an in
terest will make a fortune.
Business Land, SB,OOOper Acre.
3 Acres on railroad, for any business re
quiring a side track.
For Subdivision, SBOO per Acre.
80 Acres In the Extension of Second
Street. A beautiruland desirable tract.
Fenced Eot, »1,000.
TO ft. bjr 125 ft. on Ocean View aye
nue. Very desirable in views, size and
position.
Bill Land, 5450 per Acre.
IT 1-8 Acres on Ostrich Farm Motor
Road Maguificent views, easy ascent and
will cut up without waste.
Room 1, Law Block, Temple Street.
mrlB-lm
C.A. SUMNER & CO.,
r.eal Estate Agents and Auctioneers,
14 North Spring Street.
WE HAVE FOR SALE:
105 scree within city limits 160,000
SO acres in oranges; will guarantee
140,000 in a subdivision 66,000
10 acres, with house aud orchard;
near cable road 10,000
Lot 50x135, on Eleventh street, oa
Very eaiyterms. 1...'... ,875
CoriierloiWklliOcainbWneyavenne.i 1300
Lot 50x175 in Ellis tract; Vjf cash 900
44 acres near Ostrich Farm; good
house and Improvements 12,000
Lot 40x100 Court and Booth 275
[50x135 Ninth st.: % cash 900
MUxtSQ Adams st, near Figueroa.. 4500
100x1*0 Bonnie Brae; best location. 3500
;18t)xl30 Cor. Wesley aye. and Jeffer
son street 8600
! 52x162 Cor. Flower and Brooklyn.. 1100
409 acres with water right southwest
of A zusa, per acre....... 75
lot) acres at Fl"rence; large house; 2
artesian wells 175
500 D acres in artesian belt; easy terms;
: per acre 5
Nlee house snd lot on Turner street,
, near Alameda. !..!.. 2000
j C. A. SUMNER A CO.,
OCI7 14 North Spring Street.
| BUHACH,
THE CAlifflifflU IKSECf POWDER,
, -IS THE ONLY ABSOLUTELY —
Pore and Effective insect Powder
In the Market It can be used with perfect
safety, as it is perfectly harmless to man
ana beast, although
Remarkably Destructive to AU
j Kioas ol ln.ert Life. T> f
-AVOID ALL—
Adulterations and Imitations
—AND—
BUY BUHACH IN THE ORIGINAL
PACKAGES,
And prntect yourselves from the annoyances
paused by house files, mcsqultoe, ants, bed
bugs, cockroaches, etc.
f Directions accompany each package.
None genii hie
without this trade Manufactured Solely
. mark. [
111 [•■rmnm, *t_ I —BY ths—
: Baha«h Producing
aud IHamif'a; Co.,
STOCKTON, p f l.
MSfCTEXTERMINATOft Branch Office: 86 Ann
"Ig-fjsSa S T a«"T. New York, N. Y.
Sold by Grocers and
y 1 Druggists everywhere.
H2Sm .
SCHMIDT
Label and Lithographic Co,,
Or SAN FRANCISCO,
Designers,
liltlioaraphors,
Zincographer*.
Gnsjra,vere,
Have opened a Branch Establishment for
tho production of all classes ol
LITHOGRAPHIC COMMERCIAL WORK,
LABELS, MAPS,
j XVERT DESCRIPTION of
Co-ler-i-riutlnc, Show Card*,
Zincogbaph Work, Box Brands, Etc.
REAL ESTATE MAPS A SPECIALTY.
fa**" An effective plant of the latest lm
proved machinery and competent artists on
the premises.
IS Dswnef Block,
LOS ANGELES CALIFORNIA
mrll-lm
Sontbern Headquarters
JACKSON'S NAPA SODA SPRINGS!
A Pure mineral Water Bottled
in ltx Otvn liaa.
ANALYSIS OP THE WATER.
Temperature Pflhrenheit 68dgi
Residue from the evaporation of a i
I gallon 68.76 grs
Bicarbonate of Soda. IS. 12
Carbonate of M»gnesia. .M.12
Carbonate of Lime 10 88
Chloride Ol Sodium , 6.20
.SHbcarbonafe of Iron 7.84
isilphate of Soda *. LB4
'Sfltfclons Aeltt ..* .... .0.62
Alumina JLOft.
TESTIMONIALS.
Vie, the undersigned physicians, practic
ing! in the city of San Francisco, have ex
amined the result of tbe analysis made by
Dr. L. Lsfuszweerf, prAetlcalchemlst, of tne
..water of Napa Soda Spriug* of Napa. The
water, according to this examination, pos
sesses aperient, anti-acid and fine tonic
properties, which cannot fall to be very
beneficial In the treatment of chKmlcJkis
eases and affordbig a pleasant, beulsawnl
and invigorating beverage: H. M Gray.
A. F. Sawyer, John F. Morse, Arthur B.
Stout, William O. Ayers, H. Gibbons, Chss.
Bertody, F. A. Holman. A. 5. Bn» le, J. P.
Whitney, J. Fourgeaud, W. F. McNutt.
'lie ft-fxtt street. Nadeau Block,
i LOS ANGELEB, CAL.
Mr-Families Supplied et Residence.
, JsEo-tf GARDE MAHONY. Agent
MIIXINERY!
t HAVE IOBT RETURNED FROM
1 >San Francisco with a very large and
■ t'lne Stock af Millinery uaeda,
Whioh I shall offer at very LOW PRICES.
etfiwi-f^ 1 ' WarMM 10 *
"atrW lm 26 South Spring Street.
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ALSO BEB OUR rWTi
Hollingsworth & Star Rakes,!""^^^^^^"*'**
With Combined Pol« and Suirrs. . = fi^"* , " , »^a^»»^__.
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Operator and Dealer in
CITY, TOWNSITE and RANCH PROPERTY
In Los Angeles and Adjoining Counties.
of Townsites, Subdivision of
Tracts, Excursions and Auction Sales a spe
cialty.
OFFICE, 34 NORTH SPRING STREET,
P. O. Box 1287. Los Angeles, Cal.
■J * Pl -* W —
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S / L { ■HJWi ! ™ OVERLAND mNTnLTCfiMPARV
\ \ San Ft as Cisco. Southern California
Office, Baker Block Xos AJurelea.
HOMES IN, JfipW PARK COLONY.
PJVE.TSN AND TWENTY-ACRE CASH, £NE
third in on, year, one-third in t.ro rejHrThe flnoet fruit andl gotab c lag d in
Lo* Angeles etranty. E.ery fq t under cfnWaiWm ettnattd 16 mile* soutti ol Lc+
Angeles and 4 miles imrthweatof Wnmlng*| near the oc««u. ,
***■*• FREE CARRIAtBErVom WflmJHfcn. on arrival of morning train from Los
Augeles, every Tuesday auJF'Fstday. information, call on or Address
asl-lm | A« ttm WAiijTKatit Wilmiwoton, OaL
5
BAIiKJitBlJtlEi, ~
MST NATI^TbANK
or Los AHftrtis. 1 •'
Capital Mock 0100,000. U
Surplus 100,000.
c. r. aPENCE .
1. P. crank Vice-President
J. M. ELLIOTT Oashlsr -
Directors—J. D. Blcltnell, J. F. Crank. H,
Mabury, E. F. Spence, William Lacy, 8. H. ,
Matt, J. M. Elliott. '
Stockholders—Ettste of A H. Wllaor, 0. »
t, Witherby, 8. H. Mott, J. F. Crank, A. X)
Laukershim, E. Uollenbpok, E. F. Bp*noe, 1
H. Mabury, F. Q. Story, L. H. Carlton, Jan. .
MoCoy, J. D. Bicknell. William Lacy, S. If. "
Elliott. mrlS
LOS ANGELES COUNTY BANE.,
Temple Block, Los Angeles, Cal. -
Capital stock Paid up, s 100,000.
Reserve Fund, a lOO,OOO.
JOHN E, PLATER President
B.S. BAKER Vice-President
GEO. H. STEWART Caslier.
DIRECTORS.
H. L. MacISSML, font AM BIXBT,
John E. Plater, RobshtS. Baku,
John A. Paxton. Geo. W. Pniscon?
R. M Widney.
OsV-Bdy and Sell Exchange: On Ban
Franc sco. New York, London, Paris, Berlin
and Frank fort,
fSW-BoY Exchanges on all parte of the
United States aud Europe.
nr'RECEiY'fi Money on open account
and eertiflcue of deposit, and do a general
banking and exchange business.
FARMERS' and MERCHANTS'BANK
OF LOS ANUELES.
Established In , „.,, . .jjjs
Paid T T p Capital •BOOiOOO.
Surplus add Reserve Fund. .SAW'UMMK i'
Total HOQuOOO.
IsAiah W. Hellman Pr sldent "'
L.C. Goodwin..; ........Vite-Presldent l
John ilimn.. v ..... ■■■■Sepretary
BOARD OF DrKECTORfI.
lsalas W. Hellman. I John 8. Grtffln. " '' '
© WCWlds. | O, E. Thorn,
,Phil. Gamier, J. B. Lankershlm
C. Ducommuo, „ j. JosoMascareL, ~ | (
J kVmT- Exchange for sale on New York, i
London, Freukfort, Dublin, Paris and Ber- .
tin. Receive deports and Issue their cer
tificates. Buy aud sell Governments, State,
County and City Bonds. • , ■ . ■ r:
Southern California national Bank,
Nadeau Block:..
JOHN I. REDIOK President
U. N. BREED..... .1
WM. F. BOBBYSHELL ~ .CasWer
Paid in Capita1..............5i00t000.' '
Authorized Capital. «50tx,000. 1
Dlrectors-L.. N. Breed', BT. T. Newejl, H.
A. Barclay, Charles E Day, Alexander Fen- '
ney, D, M. Graham, B c. BoebyeheuL M. ■
llagan, ErankKadex, William F. BosbysnelL
Jobnl, jtedick.. . Bftf
Los Angeles Savings Bank,
' j 130 NORTH MAIN STREET. '
Capital ...•300,000
L.iC. GOODWIN ....PiBSLDStfT
J. V..WACHTEL, BsoaaTA«r
I. W. Hellman, John E. Plater,
KOBBKT 8. BAKBB, JOUN A. PiXTON,
L. C. Goodwin.
Term deposits will be received in sums ot
81CD and over. Ordinary deposits in same
ol He and ever. .......
Bar-Money to loan on flrst-claas real
estate. • ...
Los Angeles, July 1,1884. Syl-tf
Los Angeles National Bank,
Cor. First and Spring Sts.
Surplus 585,000
Capital 08130,000
GEO H. BONEBRAKE, President..
JOHN BRYSON, 8r Vice-President.
F. C. BOWES ..Cartdor.
DIRECTORS.
Pr. W. G Cochran, h. H. Master ah .
•errv M. GaaiN. John Bbyson. sa,, ij
DA. H. Sinsabacoh, F. C. Howes,
" 'Geobqe H. Bonebrake.
fsn—Bxcbange for sale on all tbe princi
pal cities of the United States and Europe.
rn-8 ;
LlltnuEK TAKIMi
J.M. GRIFFITH COMPANY,
Lumber Dealers,
manufacturers or
Doore, Windows, Blind*. Stairs, :
STAIR RAIL, BALLUBTEKB,
Newell Posts, and mill work of every de- 1
scrlptlon, and dealers in Lime, et*.
okt g. Alameda 3t„ E,a* Anye'ce?.
Willamette Steam Mills Lumbering &
Manufacturing Company,
Formerly the Oregon Lumber Company. ,
oregoo Pine and California Redwood Laiflir ,
Of every description at their new yard I
Ol L<ate. Chayez 211 Mission Street.,
have a fine stock of LATHS, PICKETS
SHINGLES and FINISHING LDMBEB "
of a superior quality. .sjw'js
. We are also prepared to Ml orders ou short
mtlce for bti ding material* of every de
icrlptioa.
Particular attention paid to orders tor an*
isual length* and dimensions.
Orders solicited.
JylfMf J. A. BUBS. Agent
KERCKHOFF-CUZNER
Mill and Lnmber Company.
Manufacturers of and dealer* In 1 "\ ,
.•• t.: A
Lumber, Doors, Blinds, Window*, i
SASTKBN OAK, ASH, HIUKOHT, .
WALNUT AND POPLAK,
And a Eancy Parquetry F'oo of hard wood
a specialty.
4ND ALL KnUSOI ItMI/*< W>o»H>
Yard and MIU, oorner Alameda <k M»m St*. ...
Telephone No. 8. P.O. Box?* notjktf
PEBRT MOTT & OO.'S
LUMBER YARDS
AND PLANING MILLS $
no. 7« oommwoial arnun
. . . ■ mrjotl , , , ■
•tTHTE Blgn of tim ; Artaue»» ConmL;}'"
Byrap you attenuateJtat&e
a (rare, safe and relfchlo
Cough
Bronchitis or Luna Com.
•ul*nl t ht wi J i" ar H " bi "* VOtf»*J**
the i!ead t oto. Do ><>a want aurnathlojr ■ ■
reliable in the house to nWtKX ,
emergencies? We smews? »'ailr' , ' S l3 , *
to yonr llruirgfet and get a, Bottle of the I
ID. H. HANCB, wholeaale *WLL r »SP&
hone No. 64. P.O. Box fit*.

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