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DAILY HERALD. J OLIVE CULTURE. Adapted to Land BUBM Bade •* \ Blch. 1 There is a delusion abroad tbat it is , useless to plant olives on the rioh allu vial or diluvial soil of Cali oraia, and that the only proper plsoe to raise olives , Is oa the ragged slopes of our foothills. t The author of this delusion is himself 1 deluded. No finer olives grow in Cal- J ifornia or anywhere else tban in the detp soil at the San Fernando Mission aid Catnulo* raneho. It •« J lrue , that tbe frail grows on dry upland and the quality is excell.nl. b it in tbe Sat, Fer nando soil, 100 feet deep, the fruit of the olive tree is larger tban on the up lands and tbe yield is about twice as neat in the rich plain us it is in tbe Soky bills. It is aho true that the olive Is probably tbe most proh table tree to grow on the uplands, because few o'her Sees will grow in those localities, but it is not just to say that this grand tree should not be planted exo.pt in such elevated and rugged places. If an or- ( chard at has no upland he can plant on , the rich plains, out of the fog belt, aurt . no matter how rich the land is, the olive t will reward the owner for the richness , ef the lsnd. If the planter should have , unland.of course be will plant the olive there, but must not imagine tbat he can aot plant the tree in any other looaliiy. Wherever in Southern California the 1 _il is porous, elevated, free from nightly fogs and wall drained, the historic olive will do well. It matters not whether it is on a rugged mountain side or the rich mesa below, it will thrive abundantly aad pay as much as any other fruit tree, with less oare and attention. The tree should be pruned inwardly and not per mitted to grow wildly. It will bear trait ii properly oared for, for a thou sand years, and traditions state thst olive trees are now bearing fruit that bore fruit at tbe time of the crucifixion, 18*7 years ago. Mr. William A. Lawson, in a private latter on the subject of olive culture, mainly addressed to objections raised by a Mr. Whitney who feared tbe olive anight be in the future unprofitable, snakes the following excellent points: "You remember tbe letters from Sut liffe that appeared in the San Francisco Chronicle last year, relative to the olive! Writing from France he said that tbe Olive is there more profitable (in an ordinary state of prosperity) than cereals or vine. And he went abroad with tbe special purpose of investigating the sub ject of olive oultare. "It is possible, as Mr. Whitney says, that the duty on olive oil will sooner or later be taken off. But the same is true of wine and brandy, raisins, figs, nuts, oranges, lemons, prunes and other nroduots ot orchard and vineyard. And bis argument, applied to tbe olive, of competition with tbe cheap labor of Europe, applies as well to the vine, orange, almond, prune, etc. Why ahould the olive be singled out? It cau he grown with much lest expense and care than the orange or tbe grape. I think the true idea* for California is to grow such fruits as csn not be produced elsewhere in tbe Unittd States (Florida perhaps excepted), fearless of European competition. Thousands of years of *he closest kind of competition have not destroyed the profits of olive growing la ths countries about the Mediterra nean. France has 400,000 acres in •aye*; Italy, 1,400,000 a ores; Spain an enormous area planted to the tree. But France can not, or does not raise olives enough to supply the foreign demand for oil, and notoriously uses cotton-seed aad other oils to adulterate the insuffi cient product of olive oil. Mr. Whitney says tbat in point of last ws get a great deal of the very best oil that is made in Frsnce or Italy. This is contrary to the opinion of United JStatea Consul Walsh at Florenoe, who 9ws officially reported to our government -that no pure oil is exported from Italy. ■"Twenty-five per cent.," be declares, ""'of the liquid exported is oomposed of -Cotton-seed oil, and the mixture some •times contains fifty per cent." Our Con suls at France have made like state •aments. This is the "virgin Italian oil" tbat can be bought in San Francisco at 42.38 a gallon. Ellwood Cooper, of Santa Barbara, bas had to compete against all Eurepe (save for the duty of $1 a gallon), and his oil is quoted at 813.50 per dozen quart bottles, and hard to get. He has told me that ten-year-old trees should give an average of 150 pounds of berries each, aad that fifteen pounds of berries make one bottle of oil. His trees are all of the Mission variety and the soil is good—some of it (or muoh of it) —adobe The yield of Mr. Whitney's twelve or thirteen-year-old trees (forty five pounds earcb) is certainly small. This is prob ably tbe cause of his poor opinion of the olive for profit. A juiicious pruning might greatly improve their bearing qualities. A ten-year old olive tree blew flown last winter in this city. Its owner, Peter Kunz, told me it bore 150 pounds a year. Isaac Lea, at Florin, bas some twelve-year-old olive tree* that he Bays bear 125 pounds each. There are s. me Very old Mission trees at Sau Diego that have borne 150 gallons of bernes each annually, for two years in succession. In Ellwood Cooper's pamphlet on the olive, he says that in 1378 he took over thirty tallons each off a few of his best trees, is orchard being then .only six years old. He adds that he thought some of his eight-year-old trees would bear over forty gallons each. Mr. Whitney's trees do not, therefore, furnish a fair criterion of the yield of the olive in California. Our virgin soil gives far better returns than those obtained in Europe with tbe most costly fertiliz i tion. Thns in Venitia, sixteen-year-old trees are said to yield but four gallons of berries each, and throughont tbe Med iteraneau region the olive tree does not bear until ten years of age. Counsel Oppenheim, at Cadiz, reports that the best olive groves give a net in come of $58 an acre, and that that the average is $20 an acre. He estimates the net income of orange orchards there at $30 an acre. Consul Rjosevclt, at Bordeaux, has estimated the net returns from the vineyards of tbat district at $23 an acre—not a bad showing for the olive, in comparison. I may add that one of onr consuls gives the average net returns of the best olive orchards in Tuscany at $62 an acre. Manuring there is a heavy expense. Ii a total an nual expense of 424 lire per hectare-, (two and a half acres) the manure cost < 300 lire. Leaving oil out of consideration there ought always to be a good profit in California olives for pickling purposes. Pickled ripe olives make up a large part , of the food of millions of people in t Europe. These are not tbe pickled i green olives of commerce, but those taken from the tree after they have ' turned black. There is no more whole some food. America will consume many millions of gallons of such pickles annu ally, when th y can be retailed at a dol lar a gallon, which would leave a hand- r some profit to the grower. The pick- j ling need cost no more than ten cents a ' gallon. • At present imported picked olives cost i about tl .60 a gallon, wholesale, in Ban I Franoisco. The California pickled olive ' (Mission variety) sells readily at 80 cents , Do $1 a gallon, to wholesalers. 1 believe with Mr. Flamaat of Napa, (who has sixty sores in olives) thst "the ' cultivation of the olile is going to at A Fascinating; Complexion. There Is exquisite beauty in the face, neck, arms and hands of any lady when free from cutaneous de ects; but In our trying climate Camelltne will alone perfect and preserve the complexion. Price of pink or white Can el line fifty oente. traot much more interest m California tban vitionltnre, because either by piok ling or making oil, it will pay three or four times as muoh.' He wa* brought up in France among the olive trees and vines and his opinion is certainly value ble. He has an extensive vineyard, in addition to hit olive orobard. I_ED.StAR : AT DBCOGISTS AND BEAI_IS. •mpi ciiabi_s a. uu.t_u cv, suitsons. an. GEO.i.kEADE&CO 878, 278 A 2SO Upper main St., Lot Angelee, Cal. WHOLESALE Commission Merchants AND DEALERS IN CALIFORNIA RAISINS, DRIED FRUITS, NUTS, HONEY, ORANGES, ... AND ... Produce Generally. HAVING TAKEN THE SPLENDID STORE lately occupied by Porter Bros., we shall toon be in full running order, and in vite correspondence or consignments, which will hay j our prompt and carelul at tention. "We Ha?e Come to Stay." P.O. Box 161 T. Telephone 609. GEO. W. MEADE & CO. M. LACY, Manager. Sau Francisco Hou<e, "Meade Building,' 16 and 18 Drumm St. m 27 Bmoß Bund only LAND FOR SALE! A AAA ACRES OF LAND IN THE _UvU Santa Maria valley. AU farming laud, ienced ready for cultivation. Artesian well With good flow ot water, 176 feet deep. Only three miles from tbe depot. Price 8)30 per acre. One-third cash, balance in four yearly payments, at 7 per cent, interest per an num. Apply to tbe SANTA MARIA LAND BU REAU, Santa Maria, Santa Barbara county Cal. Bee'map at office of J. B. HALLOW 4Y, 49 Temple block, Los Angeles. mrl9-lm BEST AC BANTS. ILLICH'S Restaurant and Oyster Parlors 41 AND 43 H. MAIN STREET. i Great it eduction in Oysters. Large Esstern, pel 100. 14 60 Small Eastern, per 100 8 60 Small Eastern, raw or stewed, per plate 25 1 Large Eastern, any style, per plate 6" Baltimore selected, per can 86 aflsp-PRiVATE ROOMS up stairs for La dles and Families, where meals will be served in the best style n24 JERKY ILLICH, Proprietor. Tbe Occidental Restaurant, J. A. HARDER A CO., Proprietors, 304VS N. main St.. opp. Postofftce. THE OCCIDENTAL 19 THE BEST Ap pointed restaurant in the city, where all the delicacies of the season are served ala carte. French Dinner from 12 to 2 and 5 to 7 p. sr., 500. CAT"- Special inducements offered to parties taking meals by the week or month. Private Parties, Banqueta, Weddings and Conations supplied on short notice. m '29-1 m The Commercial Restaurant, V. DOL, Profbibtob, In Downey Block, Main Street. Receives alive and serves up every day the choicest FISH, including SOLE. TUR BOT and SEA TROUT. Spring Chickens just in from the ranches cooked in every i-tyle. afaP"Thts Restaurant is Los Angeles' Del monlco. myl-tf FREE TESTS 1 j "Carbolic Smoke Ball" [ TRADE MARK. | That slight cold you think so HtHe of may prove the forerunner of a complaint that may be fatal. Avoid tbis Tcsult by taking Ayer's Cherry Pect"ral, the best of known remedies for colds, coughs, catarrhs, bronchitis, Incipient consumption, and al other throat aud lung diseases. When bony was pick, »c s»vo hor Casters*. When the was * 1 UJld she cried for •J.wtortr, .Vhoii she became _sa,sbeohing toCistoria ■ saislii*inrl"W'-' — '*" svstsmiCsssne* sixty Beautiful Lots In Ihe Bon Ton Tret, Alnantbrn, Will 'ie soin as a whole by the acre tf par. ohased within 15da.s. Every 1 toimmaud. a fine view, and Is convenient to depot on -outhern Paolflc railroad; 1 >rated on "lie nf the prlnolpal avenues leadlug to and within 7 miles of Los Angeles. All surveyed, streets graded and water piped to the tract For Bale by Pomeroy A Gates, 16 Court sireet, Los Angeles. Beaumont. No other locality In Southern California offers such inducements for hcmeß and in vestments ss this. El'her in lots or 1-nds For particulars inquire of the southern California Investment Company 114 First atreet, Nadeau Bb ck, Los Angeles, Cal. Shirts made to order at Eagleaon A Co.'s, 80 North Spring street- Make a visit to the tropical Bandwich I«lands. Hawsiian volcanoes in sctlve eruption. Bound-trip tickets at reduoed rates. Buy Eagleson's perfect fitting shirts, 60 North Spring street Cane Presentation. "Where did you get that elegant silver headed cane?' "Why.lt was given to me, and a nice present lt it. They give a cane to each purehtaer of a hat at the Chicago Hat Store, 86 N Main a reet. Go and Met Caned At the Chicago Hat Store, 35 N. Main street A cave is given away to each purchaser of a hat, _____ t or Cement Walks, Embankments or cemetery enclosures, first class work and moderate prices, go to the Los Angeles Pavlni Co., offioe 114 W. First street, Nadeau Block. Beaumont Beside choice bargains in lots and colony lands, has 600 lots on the installment plan— 810 per month after the first payment, with out interest Burkes porter strengthens and tones the system, lne best malt liquor. Free to All. That nobby cane was given to me at the Chicago Hat Store, No 86 N. Mal.i street A cave is given free to caen purchaser ol a hat , ■_ Latest Style* of Bate Of all description al the Chictgo Hat Sore, 35 N, Main sireet, and a cane given lo each purchaser. Due ale Klontebello Champagne! Finest imported brand. X. F. Joyce, Building Contractor and Brick Manufac turer. OfflcelSK North Main street Brl ks tor - ale. Bur tke Bent Face Powder. Breeman's Medicated Invisible Face Pow dei retailed for twe bits, is equal to any foarr bit powder made. A scientific combi nation for beautifying without injuring the skin. Holmes A Scott, Dealers la coal, wood, hay and grain, 157 8' Spring street _ Free Vaccination. Health offioe free vaccination located on Fort street, between Second and Third, in a tent on city grounds. Soothes and Heals The combination of Abietine Balsam and Mountain Balm In Santa Able soothes and heals the membrane of the lungs, inflamed and poisoneo by disease. It prevents night sweats and tightness across the chest, cures coughs, croup, asthma, phthisic, pneumo nia, hoarseness, loss of voice, ana silled complaints Use as directed; If the effect desired is not produced, money will be re funded by C. H. Hance. Excursion toy the Denver und Bio Vranae Railroad. Do you wish to see the grsndest scenery scross the continent, go east with excursion Of G> o. D. Phillips. Office. 263 North Main street, Los Angeles. . Dyspepsia Cured. Heartburn, indigestion ordyspepsla cured by that excellent remedy, "Mother Cary's Dyspepsia Powders " Never have been known to fall. For sale by C. H. Hance successor to Preuss A Hance), and Ellis A Co Los Angeles. Cure for Sick Headache. For proof thst Dr. Gunn's Improved Liver Pills cures Sick Headsche, ask tour drug gist for « fr»e trial package. Ouly one for a dose. Regular site boxes 25 cents. Sold by C. F. Heinzeman. Frtese and Steeb, Agents of tho Fredericksburg lager beer, have removed to the corner of Second and Vine streets. A New Litsnbcr Yard aasbeen established by the Schallert-Ga aahl Lumber Company on Washington street, nearly opposite the Washington Gar ten, where they will keep a full line of all kinds of lumber and building material. Ladies who are troubled with cramps an nervousness should drink Damiana Bitters Is pleasant to take. All respectable dealers keep Damiana Bit ters. Michel Levy A Co., wholesale liquor dealers, agents. If y v want a good appetite drink Dami ana Bitters Michel Levy A Co., wholesale liquor dealers, agents. Damiana Bitters makes the old young and the weak strong and healthy. M. Levy A Co., wholesale liquor dealers, agenh "HACK MET A, OK" a lasting and fragrant perfume. Price 25 and 50 cents. C. F. Helnzeman' agent, Los Ange'ea. REV. H B. EWELL, of Pavilion, N. V., says of Gilmore's Aromatic Wine: "I be lieve It to be the a most desirable remedy tn be placed In every family." C. F. HEINZE MAN, Agent, 1.0 Angeles. Every well dres-ed man should wea Eagleson's perfect fitting shirt-collars, cuff anr neckwear THE REV. GEO. H. THAYER, ol Bour bon. Ind .says: "Both myself and wife owe onr lives to SHILOH'S CONSUMPTION CURE." C. F. Helnzeman, agent, Los An geles. Goods at factory prices at Eagleson A Co.'s, 60 North Spring street LADIES, is life and health worth preserv ing? If you think so, use Gilmore's Aro matic Wine. C. F. Heinzeman, agent, Los Angeles. You will never have a sour stomach if you ise Damiana Bitten FOR DYSPEPSIA and I iver Complaint, ! you have a printed guarantee on every bottle of Shiloh's Vitallser. It never falls to cure. C. F. Helnzeman, agent, Los An geles. ARB YOU MADE miserable by Indiges tion, Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of Appe tite, Yellow Skin? Shiloh's Vitalizer is a positive cure. C. F. Heinzeman, agent, Los Angeles. Proposals tor Developing Water. THE BOARD OF REGENTS OF THE University ol Arizona invite Bealed Rroposals for the sinking of a well upon the rod of the University. The bids should state the price for tbe following depths: 350 feet, 600,750 and 1000 feet. Tbe well tn be eased from top to bottom with the best piping used in sucb wells, said piping to be not lea- than 6 Inches in diameter. Bids will be received up to 2 o'clock p. m. of MONDAY, May 2, 1887, at the Office of tbe Board. The Board reserves the right to reject any or aU bide. 0H AKAEB M. STRAUSS, Secretary. Tueaon. A. T., March », 1887. a5-26t LOS ANfrELES DAILY HEBALD. APRIL 6. 1887. -IHBH OF TRtVEL. Pacific Coast Steamship Co. HOOD ALL, PERKINS A CO., General Agents NOBTHF.ItN BOOTES Kmbrace lines for Portland, Or.; Victoria, B. C„ and Puget Sound-Alaska, and all coast ports. sot 1911.1t> BOIITES. Time Table for April, 18ST. • •jams south v una NOBrn. 11 Igl -i 5 STEAMERS. g g g»< |* gl || <g JJ |l Sjt_ _» _« Santa Rose.. Mar. SO Aprill Apr.l :i Aprils Los AngrUo., April 1 ' 8 " 4-7 " 8 " 6 " 7 " 9 Kuroka •• ft " 7 " 8 " 11 Banta Ro«» " 7 " U " 11 " -'8 Loa Angela " 9 " 11 " 12 " l r > yueeu of Pac " 11 " 13 " 16 " 17 p.uieka " 1 ' If' " 16 " 19 Santa Rosa . " 15 " 17 " 19 " 2' l/OB Angeles. " 17 '• 19 " 20 " i' 3 Queen ol Pac. " 19 " 21 " 2f " Sft Uureka '• 21 " 28 " 21 " '.7 Santa Rosa... " 28 " 26 " 27 " '.9 Los Angeles.. " 26 " '.7 " '.8 May 1 tiueeuolPac ' 27 " 29 Hay 1 " 8 Sureks " 2i) May 1 1 i " 6 Santa Rosa... May 1 • 8 " 6 " 7 The steamers Sauta Rosa and Queeu of Pacific leave San .Vo.'ro for dan iliego, on the dates o' their arrivals fron. ■Lan Frsnolsoo, snd on their trips between San Pedro and Sau Francisco call at Santa Barbara and Port Harford (San Luis Obispo) only. The Eureka and Los Angeles call at all way por, . Oarstooouneo. «'th steamers leave 8. P. B. R. depot, Los Angel s, as follows: Witl Sauta Rosa aud Queen of Pacific B1 9:40o'olook A. a With Los Angeles and Eureka, going north al 4:60 o'olook r. sf, gap" For passage or freight aa above or for tickets to and from All Important Paints In Europe. APPLY TO H. mcLE_L.AH Agent OFFICE—No. 8 Commercial St. Los Angelts Soii-iiern Pacific Cc_m. (PACIFIC SYSTEM.) WEDNESDAY FEBRYARY 9, 1887. Trains leave and are due to arrive at LOS ANGELES DAILY as roLLOws: LEAVE abbivb fob DESTINATION. raox 8 Oo;a. m Ooltou A San Gorgonlo 7:01 r. 4:80 p. M Oolton & San Gorgonlo 4:25 A. M 800 A. a . ...Deming and East... 7: r o r. H 60) am ...El Paso and East... 710 r. v 1:80 r. a San Fran & Sacramento U-,40 a, a 7:80 r. a San Fran A Sacramento 7:20 A, a 9:20 a. v Santa Ana and Anaheim 8:45 r. ■ 4:40 p. M Santa Ana and Anaheim 7.45 A. » . 9:80 a. a Santa Monloa 11:60 A, a 12:20 r. a Santa Monloa. 4 0) r.M 4:80 r. a Santa Monica. ... 7:10 a. a o._a ss ) Lon s' S*" l *oa' ( ~s , , , 9.« A. v j .son Pedro | *2*'<* I Long Beach audi . . _ 4:60 r. a ) San Pedro.... ( '*»*•■ 9:15 a. a Santa Paula 4,01 r. a 0 Theater trains to and 'rom Los Aageles 3 from Santa Monica on Thursday evenings. T. H. GOODMAN, 5 General Passenger and Ticket Agent E. X. HEWITT, Superintendent Los Angeles. 1 A. N. TOWNK, General Manager. California Sonta R. R. Co. All rail line between National Oity, San Diego and Los Angeles and points East and We t Close connection at Barstow with Atlantic snd Psolflo R. R. and at Los Angeles with Southern Pacific R. R. TIME TABLH, Taking effect Sunday, November 14. . ' ] . a. m. Tu. pTmT Loe Angeles. Lv. 7.00 9:10 ;6:00 Ban Gabriel 7.28 9.29 6.20 Pomona 8.28 10:80 6:10 Oolton Ar. 9:16 11:20 «7:OC Oolton Lv. 11:26 7:60 Citrus 11:86 C 06 Perris 12:17 9:l>0 Mnrletta Ar 1:10 11:10 'Murletta Lv 1:80 11:26 Ocean tide 8:88 2:16 San Diego 6:22 6:05 National Cly....Ar 6:40 6:30 Colton Lv. 9:20 •San Bernardino... 9:46 Victor 12*8 Barstow Ar. 1:20 P. M. Barstow Lv. 2:55 Victor 4:06 •Ban Bernardino.. 6:20 Colton Ar. 6:46 National City..Lv A " 9^30 San.Diego 8:28 10:00 Oceanslde 10:07 12:20 •Murrietta. Ar 12:07 Murrietta Lvl 12:27 4:36 Pewls 1:19 6:05 •Colton Ar 2:10 7:25 Colton Lv. 7:00 2:16 8:00 Pomona 7:50 8:02 8:61 San Gabriel 8:40 8:62 9:40 Los Angeles. ..Ar. 9:00 4:15 10<0 88. WIS COLTON AND SAN BItHMABniNO. A. M. A. M. P. M.IP. M. 8.00 11.30 2.20 7.10 8.151 11.40 2.50 7.25 7.20 11.06 1.56 6.40 7.861 11.15 205 ! 6.50 BiVBBHIDE ÜBANCH. Mixd Mixd Past. A. M. P. M. A. M Colton Lv 9.20 7.15 11.20 Citrus 9.80 7.80 1130 Riverside Ar. 9.42 7.6& 11.50 Riverside A....LV 8.40 6.25 'l% Citrus J. 8.62 6.45 1.52 Chiton Ar 9.02 7.00 2.06 •Meal stations. Trains are run on Pacific Standard time. Pullman Sleepers leave on 7 A. a. train via Barstow, for Kansas City, via A. AP. and A. T. A S. F. R. It., and on 5 r. a. train for Ban Diego. Special rates on round trip tickets to all local points. For rates of freight or fare, address Cali fornia Southern-Agents at local stations, or H. B. WILKINS, Gen. Fr't A Pass. Agent, Ban Diego. Cal. J. N. VICTOR. Superintendent, San Bernardino, Cal, WILLIAMSON DUNN, le2B General Ag"nt. Los Angelea. Cal Los Angeles & San Gabriel Valley R. R. The "SMOKE BALL," in connection with the "DEBELLATOK" (a purely vegetable treatment), cures CATARRH, ASTHMA, NEURALGIA, BRONCHITIS, CATARRHAL DEAFNESS and HEADACHE, SORE THROAT, GRANULATED LIDB, SOKE EYES, and all HEAD, THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES. CARBOLIC SME BALL CO., Nos, 3 anil 4, over 28 PI. Spring Street, l>os Angeles. OFFICE HOURB: Week I> >ys fro* 9 A. m. to 8 r. «. SONOAYS FROM 2 to 4 P. If. flff* SEPARATE APAHTMENTB FOh LADIES, wbo are requested to call between the hours ol 10 a. v. and 5 p. it. to avoid the crowd. fl6-8m ROYAL & GROSVENOR, BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE. 115 W. First Street, Lss Angeles. #1100—Lot 60x100 Longstreet tract, Madison avenue. 2250—L0t 60x165 Flower St., near Eleventh. 000—Lots Estrella avenue. Park Villa tract. 360—Lot in Urmston trie; a bargain. 1100—Lot cor. Deepwater and Pejrl streets. 950—Lot 58x218 cor. Virgin and Montreal. 1050—Lot Arlington St., Bonnie Brae tract. 400 to 8650—Lots in Sherman tract. 2250—Tw0 lols 60x190 on Figueroa street. lOOOiench—Three lots on Rouland St., near Figueroa. 950—Lot on Jenkins street, nr. Grand aye. 1000—Lot 50x160 on York St., near Figueroa. 650 tosooo—Lots ou Bryant st nr. Figueroa 100—Lot 60x125 NA£s tract, Orchard aye. 200x200 feet cor. MBntgomery and Figueroa BW—Two lota Second-street cable, nr. park 1250—Lot on Texas St.. nr. Second st. oable. 760—Lot on York street, near Grand aye. 700—Lot on Jefferson St., ne»r Figueroa. 500 each—Two lots on Seymour street. 4(loo—House of 5 room on Sixth street. For Rent—Office, good location, cheap. mrlS-lm Time Table in effect Not. S, 188 T. Trains are due to arrive snd deprrt at Down-y avenue depot as follows: DEPART. I 5 / I ABBIVeT" *9*21 A. M I ft *7:64 A. if. +10:36 a. at! I On week days J +8:54 a', h. 12:86 r. m!/ only. \\*UM T. a. +4:16 p.m.! 11 +1:89 p.m. *6-86 P. u.\) II 14:54 T. v, |> Theater trains: i; •11:06 p. K.I? Tuesday, Thurs- < *7:24 P. M. |) day A Saturday. '< ggggH aundya. only, jfgggg * To and from Lamanda Park. + To and from Azusa I To and from West Poarte (Monrovia). 5 H. B. WILKINS, GenT Passenger Agent. 8. P. JEWE'aT, Gen'l Manager. sap!B NOTICE. The LOS ANGELES CITY WATER Da, trulstrlotly enforce the following rule: Th* hours for sprinkling are between 6 snd I o'clock a. a. and 6 and 8 o'clock p. a. For a violation of the above regulation the water trill be shut off and a line of two dollars will be cbaraed before water wIU be turned on again. mrl-tf nKDICAk. Santa Abie, l'l< using to the Palate and Heath to tl Cough. Calico, Cal —1 have had the Catarrh for five years and oould hardly talk plain; 1 could not breathe turough my nostrils. Your California Cat-R-Gure has cleared out m\ head aud I can talk plainer now than 1 have for the past five years Your medicine Is all it is represented, an absolute cure foi Catarrh ana cold In the head. Yours truly, Ch - rlks C. Ovikshidib. 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The elevated plateau of ARLINGTON HEIGHTS terminals in a ridge or descent of sixty feet ju«t south of Adams street, and in a similar ridge north of Pico street; on these ridges are located the most magnificent building sites In Los Angeles. No houses oan ever be built high enough In frout ol them tn obstruct that glorious view of.mountaln, valley and ocean: from Catalina islsnd to San Jacinto peak, and down again over the broad acres, orchards and vineyards of fair Los Angeles valley lo the blue waves of the Pacific Ocean beyond the coast of Banta Monloa. Whosoever wishes for a beautiful home sheltered from the noise and bustle nf a busy oity, but within a twenty minutes' drive of the plsza, should select in ALINGTON HEIGHTS, a lot or b% acres whereon to build his house. Our map shows a magnificent subdivision of It Into 6W acre blocks, 060x360 feet, including streets, each containing 24 lots 50x150 or 200 feet, and each surrounded on all sides by streets 60,80 or 100 feet wide. Investors who are able to apprecta'e the Impor tance of a well planned subdivision,will foretell a great future to this tract, with lis miles of wide streets, Intersecting each other at right angles. Th 1 elegant lawns and stately mansions of the rich will be found here witblu a short time, aud purchasers who tske advantage of onr low prices and easy terms will reap a golden harvest of their Investment in ARLINGTON HRIGHTS. Two hundred lotß for sale; price, 8100 upwards; site, 50x150. Also, 5-tfCre lots at 8500 per acre, upward. Free ride dally at 10 a. m. and 2r. h. Irom WIIMKNUsNHKR A BONSAI,!,, Office, 25 W. First St., Or J. P MCCARTHY, 28 W First street, Or ROBERT TURNER, HI W Flist street. mM-lm PATERSON TRACT! IN LOTS. ( » * M ) WITH WATER. no auction, t mlm In O LOTTERY. ON ADAMS STREET, JI ST OUTSIDE CITY LIMITS. NO OITY TAXES. Handsome graded streets, with ourbs and cement sidewalks. AU ready and desirable for building homes. Cheap and on easy terms. Free, Carriages at 10 A. M. and 2 P. M„ every day, from 25 W. First St. m24-lm WIESENDANGER A BONSALL,. IJ^ai_CTlClDJ_. We beg to call your attention to an article we are ramu fact urlng for tie purpose of eradicating and destroying the Scale Bug, Harvest Flies, Tree Hoppers, Plant Lice, Etc. It has been fully tested by the Agricultural Department of the State University, and pronounced a success, the endorsement of which we aopeud. It Is put up tn convenient forms for use. The chemicals employed in same will not hurt tbe most ten 'er bush, as has been fully demonstrated. It is put up iv liquid form ready for use in barrels and '■■gallon cans, and in paste form in 2 and 51b oans and barrels, which must be diluted before using; therefore, we recommend the liquid form as being the best for use. I Copy of letter received from the University of California, C ollege of Agriculture, Berk eley, dated Dec. 4th, 1886.] J. N. Know'es, Esq., Manager Aictle Oil Works, Ban Francisco : Dear Sir—We have la ely tested tho Inseo'.lotde preparation of Whale Oil Soap sent by you to us, and have found lt to be very effectual afalutt the Scale infesting Orange and Bay Trees; also aga nst the Tbrlps. From our previous exp trienoe with a similar composition I think it will be found fully effectual against any small Insect Pests not specially protected like some of the armorel Setles, and against whicb any Wa«h short of strong lye cannot be used. Respectfully, E. W HILGAKD, Professor statu University. We ask you to give this preparation a thorough test, feeling confident that It will do all we claim for it. It will cost but a small am >uai to say ■ your fruit trees and slower plants from the deadly Insect. Give lt a trial and be convinced. Yours truly, ARCTIC OIL WORKS, 28 California Street. Hellman, Hats A Co.. Agents. _n» i nit —le*. AQVCALL FOR SAMPLE C A m 24 3m San Gabriel City Lots, AT ; THE SAN GABRIEL DEPOT, ON THE SOUTHERN PACIFMJ RAILROAD. ONLY 41 LOTS FOR BALE! Business Center—Bailroad Station, TostofficD, Telegraph and Express office already in operation. Most promising property for in vestment. Inquire of H. W. MILLS, 18 Court Street, _A.lso at the San Gabriel Postofß.ee. ap2-7t Nervou» OeMlliy, Seminal Weak. « ncea, I tliimisii <l Vitality, I.am c man hood, and all the terrible effects of P self-sbuse and excesses In maturer years, such as nocturnal emissions, l'>ss of mem- t ory, dimness of vision, aversion to society, " the vital fluid passing undbserved in the " urine, and other symptoms that lead to in- ! sanity and death. Sauna und Middle. > aged Iflen suffering from the above, o should consult us at once. Cure Guar. P antecd In all Gatti. Consult*, tlon free. Ghemicsl analysis, Including thorough microscopic examination of tbe urine, $5. An honest opinion given in all _ eases. We furnish The Ureal Bus/llefe Itemedv, Sir Astley Cooper's Vl tal Itpxtoratlve at P a bottle or four times the quantity, $10. SAMPLE HHTTI.K FREE to sny one stating symptoms, sex and age. <> I Address ENl.ii.lsil IIKDIOU DfS. PENmARY, No. II Kearny Street, San Francisco, Cal. d« y —— . L MILLINERY. g Every lady can be made pretty by going down to No. ax Houth Main add letting Mrs. B Dosch fit her faoe, besides saving money. E mrta.tf „ DENTISTS. 1882—ESTABLISHED—1882, L. W. WELLS, DENTAL ROOMS NO. 28 SOUTH SPRING street, Roeder Blook, Teeth extracted without paiu. Special attention paid to ailing teeth. dll-tf lira. C. & Frank Stevens, X>JUJM TlttXV Thebes act of teeth 88, on Celluloid a Rubber. Painlese extraction of Teeth by 1 Nitrous Oxide Gaa or Vitalised Air. Pine - Gold Fillings a specialty. All operations at Eastern prioes and guaranteed . Rooms 18 and 18 Schumacher Block, op posite P O. Open Sundays! Rom 9to 12.; targtf REV. E. J. WHITNEY, ef Clarkson, N. V., < says Gilmore's Aromatio Wine for Female i weakness, stands withont a rival. 0. F. Helnseman, agent, Los Angeles. MEDICAL. CALIFORNIA CAT-R-CURE. The Only Guaranteed Cure far Catarrh, Colda In the Head, Hay Fever, Rose Cold, Catarrhal Deaf ness and Sore Eyes. Restores the sense ol taste and smell, removes hsd taste and un pleasant breath, result from Catarrh. Easy and pleasant to u«e. Fo'low dlrecttona ana a cure Is warranted. Send forclrenlar to ABIETINE MEDICAL CO , Oroville, Cal. Six Months' Treatment ft; by Mall 11.10. SANTA ABIE and"CAT-R-CURE I ja»T- Sold by C. H. HANCE, 77 sunt /» North Spring street. y_T-M. A. NEWMARK A CO., Wholesale Depot. tnvW-lv $75 Per Acre! 220 A. C RES OF CHOICE FRUIT OR GRAIN LAND LOCATED 1% *IfIILES FROM ANAHEIM, IN The Center of the Great Anaheim fFrnlt Belt. UfcT-Gond boure, barn and outbuildings. Tbis is a bargain t" settle up an estate. Apply to LOS ANGELES LAND BUREAU, 20 West First street mr 26 lit FOE SALE. MSO—Choice lot in Bonnie Brae tract; big bargain : on Alvardo at 526 each—Two lots ou Ocean aye., 53x176; very cheap 2100—Lot 50x155 Hope St., north of Twelfth. 2000—Beautiful lot on Bnyo St., between Wall a->d Ban Pedro Sts. 8750—Fine lot on Olive, between Third and Fourth. 12j0—Choice lot >n Texas St., near terminus of Stcond-s'reet Cable. 950 to 1500—Choice lots on Temple street, near 0 ble engine hove. 735—One of the choicest comer lots on Beaudry avenue, V'Oto Heights. 3375 -I.r>t on Los Angeles St. bet. Third and Fourth. 850--Fifth lot from Grand avenue on King street. 160 to 3UO each—Town lots in Duarte, sur rounding depot. Also some choice aero pr petty in Azusa and Duarte, from 160 au acre upward. 1500—3 choice lots on Severance st, near Adams. HOUBES. 6500—Two-story house of 8 rooms, on Sort street, this side of Ninth, 350!)—Elegi.nt new bouse of 6 rooms on Montgomery St. near Figueroa, easy ' terms. 6000—Fine house and lot on Hill St, bet. Tenth and Eleventh 1800—House of 5i o ms on Carr, near Main, 1500— Hou.e of 5 rooms, windmill, etc, on Brooklyn ay nue near Alu>o avenue. 6000—Beautiful place on Loomis St, over looking city; house 6rooms, bath, stable; lot 50x198. 1600—House of 5 rooms, new, on Diamond St., near termims Cable road. 8000— y, acre, nleelv improved, good house 5 rooms, Wsshlngton, nr. Figueroa BRAD3HAW A ZR LNER, Room 23 (up stairs), S3 8. Spring Street, mIR-lm FOR SALE! A Fr«amo County Raisin Vine yard—Alfalfa, and Ueneral Farm—Boo Acres. TTNDER A FINE STATE OF CULTJ.VA- U tion aud irrigation. Fe»ces buildings, diti-hcK, levees and checks built in the most substantial manner. Soil unexcelled, as growth of products show. Located near one of the mo t thriving towns on the S. P. Co's railroad: 228 acres in VINES from 1 to S years old; all have been planted and culti vated by the most experienced yin -growers, and will soon be a prominent Raisin Vine yard of Fresno county; about 200 sores In alfalfa. The net of the land is now in grain crops. Tbe farm is well stocked with horses, mules, cattle snd hogs. This is n .good, substsntial Interest paying invest ment with a great future, will be sold at a very reasonable price, with easy terms of payment if required For full information and map, apply to ALBERT E. CRANE, 410 Montgomery street, San Fran Cisco, agent for sale of all kinds of country property. mr26-lm H. J. WOOLLACOTT, 26 A 28 N. Spring Bt., Los Angeles, Cal. Wholesale Liquor Dealer. Persons engaged in the liquor, drug or hotel business will flud it to their interest by first o >ta<nl g prices of the above firm before placing orders elsewhere. I have Jd«t received the 'ollowing inviee of goods, aud will quote at the lowest mar ket prices: It) cases Pommery Beo Champagne, pints and quarts. 85 cases G. H MnmmACo.'s Champagne, pints and quarts. 13 cases Gold Lock See Champagne, pints and quarts. 10 cases Louis Rosderer Champagne, pints and quarts. 5 cases Due De Montebello Champagne, pints ai d quarts. 50 cases Guinness' Dublin Stout, bottled by Johnson, pints. 15 cases Guinness' Dublin Stout, bottled by Johnson, quarts. 25 casks Tennent's Ale, stone and glass, pints. *•» cases Apollinarls Water, pints and qts. IO cases Huuyadi Janos. 5 cases Kakoesy. SO ca»es Genoveva Water. 15 caßes Bethesda £5 ca.es Hostetter's Bitters. IO cases Hennessy Cognas. * 8 cases Martell Cognac. * * * 85 cases Mott'B Russelt cider, quarts. 15 cases J. H. Cutter O X Whisky. 10 cases J. H. Cutter A No. 1 Whisky. IO cases Arpad Hararztby Eclipse, quarts. 5 cases Arpad Ilarnrjthy Eclipse, quarts. IO cases Duffy's Malt Whisky. 11l cases Celery, Beef and Iron. IO U-bhdl Tennent's Bulk Ale. 5 cases Damiana Bitters. 5 barrels W. H. Mcßrayer Whisky. 5 barrels J. G Mat'lngiy Whisky. 8 eases Belle of Nelson. I have now on the way, one car Val Blatz's famous Milwaukee Beer, and one car Wis consin Mineral Water aud Ginger Ale. IO oas' B Benedictine. Special quotations to parties placing orders to arrive. The retail department is supplied with the finest quality of imported and domestic Wines and Liquors for family and medical use. Visitors aro cordially Invited to call sud Inspect the stock ot pure California Wines snd Brandies, which are put up in sasksand cases ready for shipment to all parts of the Esst. All communication* addressed to H. J. WOOLLACOTT, P. O. Box 226. Los Angeles, Cal. ml3-lm D. F. DONEGAN, trading- Contractor and Dealer In Horses, iVIII make estimates on all kinds of work, .arge contracts a speofalty. Stables aud of ice corner oi Bunker Hill avenue and Mon real street. Residenoe 87 East Second itreet. m22Cm i hV Eastern office of this Journal Is with Messrs. PALMER A REV, 40 Tribune luilding, New YorK» and all orders for Eastern advertisements must oome through them.