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BASE BALL BOOM.
The following Is the official record of the
Loa Angeles Produce Exchange, corrected
Uily. In the quotations, unless otherwise
itated, lt Is to be understood that the first
figure is the highest price bid and tbe last
fie lowest price asked. These quotations
sr. for round lots from first hands; for
iniu.i lots out of store higher prices are
WIIEAT-Australian No. 1, white. $1.65
old Bye. tf.tß asked; Gold Drop,
lI.HO bid! Wb!'c Russian. ISO. Bono™
f 1.30; Dcßanco No 1, »eed or shipping, II 80
t>ld.
OATB-Surr.rlse, *2 bid.
B A RLE V—Feed No. l.loe*Ml.».
CORN —Large yellow, carload lots, $1.06
isked; small.carload lots, at.lo MM*.
FLOUK-l'oneer and Crown>s Masked ,
ts A. XXXX Kit. Fat. Roll, *».3«; CapUol
Mills, $5.35. . . -jj, - lv
MIi.L FEED—Bran. .21 asked; Shorts,-1-3
asked; Mixed Feed, corn and harley, -lis
asked; Cracked (torn *1 2.. asked: OJ***"
Barley,«l. 15 asked :Gron ml barley.Bl b> asked
Boiled Barley, *1 15 asked.
GRAIN BAGH-Graiu Bags MS,22xSC. IMC
asked; ISBG Calcuttaspo\ >iHo aake'l; Potato
9aoke, 3 asked: Mill Sacks, b > asked.
SEED—Alfalfa, new,no nsk*d.
HAY- Barley. VV BNo 1, new, ?16.00 rsked,
Wheat Hay. W B, fIX asked.
POTATOS-Fei rless, «1 7j r.s^ed.
UCiTEK-Faucy Roll. 20<> per fj aske.!.
Ohoica Roll. I9n nor !t> askd: * air Roll. »
fh, 180 asked; Miieo Store. 10 - per «J«sked,
Pickled roll. uew. 17c; Pickled roll, SaV. IM.
CHEEBlC—ljire,u. Ho asked; »in>.J., IAS
isked; small 3tk hand, 13C.
EGGS-Kggs, fresh, 220 hid. 24c asked.
HONEY-Extracted light, 4c®lJ,o: Job
lots, 4o bid, askod: Amber, oC bid;
Comb. lOefittfli. . . ... „.
ONIONS—Yeilow Danver, !»ortbern. $4 05
BERSWAX—Beeswax. [email protected]
VEGETABLES MIXED-Cuiles per ft, 12e
bid: Garlic: 6c ;Co asked; Cabbage per 100
tbs l.OtXsiil.2s n . . — ,
BE.VtHd AND DRIED PEAB-Pln*.No. 1,
aew orop, 1165 asked; L'ma, NHnaj
Navy, amidl. 11.90 bid; $2CO asked; Black
Rved. 13 asked; Garvanzos. 14 asked; ilreeu
FfeldPeas, 12 50 asked; Lentils, $5.00 asked.
Red gpanish, $X
POULTRY—Hens No 1. per doz, 17.50 bid,
old Roostcs, per dozen. *6 bid; Ynuug
Roosters, per doz, 47 50 bid. Broil
ers, large, per doten. »f>.oi bid, Broil
ers, small, per dozen, t4.no bid; Dunks, per
dozen, large. 1750, bid; Ducks, small, $6.00:
Turkeys, per lb, 200. _
LIVE STOCK—Live Hogs, [email protected]
DRIED FRUlT—Peaches, 8. D. No. I|MK<
tsked, 15c bid; No. 2,7s<c asked;do, peeled,
15s asked; do, S D.peeled No. 2,12 Xc asked;
Ditted Plums,l2Wc asked: Blackberrles,l'?Uc
*skod- Prunes. Cal, French new crop, 7%c
910 c; Prunes, Cal, German, 8c asked; April
oots. evaporated, 25c asked.
APPLES—Evaporated Huntley's, 10c ask
:d; Hunt's Alden, Mo asked; Sun Dried
sliced, 7o asked.
RAlSlNS—layers, 11.50 asked; Ex Lon
don Layers, new; $1.75 asked; Three Crown
Lay ts. new. $1.75 asked: Loose Muscatels
$1.50; Bulk Raisins, 6c asked. Dried grapes,
2c.
NUTS—Walnuts now. [email protected]; Peanuts,
Cal.No, 1. 6c asked; do. No. 2, 8c asked; de
Eastern, asked; Almonds, 8. S., 180 ask
ed; Almonds. II S, 100.
CITRUS FRUITS — Oranges. 1.75 asked;
Lemons.seedling per b0x,52.00 asked; Lem.
ous, Eureka and Lisbon per box, $3.60 asked,
HIDES — Dry, lfie bid; Kip, 15c bid;
Gall. 18Mc bid. Culls y» less.
SKINS—Short wool, each, 16c®80c; Lone
wool, each, $1 bid; Shearlings, each, 10c
Mi,
WOOL—Spring Clip. p<>r ft, sc®loo bid.
PROVISIONS—Extra lieht bacon, olear,
I3j asked; Light clear, 12,0 asked; Clear
medium, lie asked: Meuium bacon, tc
asked; heavy bacon Be.
LARD—4O-lb -ins.De per lb;s-tD palls, lOWc
per lb; 5 lb palla, lOe pc- lb; 101b pailj.ffjic
per lb.
HAMS-Easteru sugar cured, 16c; Cali
fornia, 13c.
lt Han at Lait struck the Tvtvn
In Earnest.
The lovers of the National g»n>e wW
at last have a ohance to witness tome
of the greatest games ever played in
Southern California. Messrs. Tees, ft
Buggies, general agents for the PacUlj
Coast (with headquarters at IjOS A - i '' fcle *'
for tbe Baldwin Dry Air refrigerators,
are going to uniform the boys in great
style, und the suits will be something
that has no equal on the Coast. The
California League, composed of the
"Haverly'e," "Greenhood and Moraus,"
"Pioneers and "Alias," are to | lay a
scries of games here during tbo entire
season, and will visit us font teen times.
On Thursday, May 12th, the Grtenhood
and Morans will cross bats with the I'eck
and Buggies', nud although a week day,
itisexptoted many will go to sco tbe
great California pitcher, Van Hiltren,
pitch for the Greeuhood and Morans,
On Saturday, May 14th, the Pioneers
will play the Peck & Rngajle*, and tbe
swifto't pitcher on the Pacific coast will
pitch for tbe Pioneers.
On Sunday, May 15 ib, the lover* of
baseball will have a chance to s.-o the
grcatoit game Southern California has
ever known, by witnessing tHe Green,
b x>d & Morans cross bats with tbe Pio
neers, and it is expected it will be a
e'.utegame, as neither club can afford to
|n°e, sm it will count against them in
their league games.
Tlo tiuverly's follow next in one
month and later in the season the famous
Atlas, the champions from Satraniente,
will visit us.
The ground* have been selected at the
Agricultural Park and will not have an
equal iv tio State. Mr. Johnuie Griffin
i* going to work on them to day, and
will spire nothing to mako them com
plete in every resi ect.
Mr. W. J. Brodrick, President of the
Main Sireet Car line, intends laying v
double track all the way out to ihe
park, and will have lots of extra cars to
'carry the crowd, and the road all along
the way out will be sprinkled, aud
thereby lay the dust.
The new grand stand will be situated
between the judges' and pigeon-shoot
ers' stand, directly behind tho catcher,
and will have a seaing capacity of
3.000 people. The old grand stand will
be used for ladi»s and their escort, and
will seat about 2,000 people.
Tho Peck & Kuggles Club have
secured the services of Mr. Thomas
Powers, the great catcher of McMullen,
formerly of the Pioneers. He in the sea
son of '85 was the regular catcher for
the famous Clipper nino of San Fran
cisco, who defeated all amateur nines
on the Pacific Coast, and he also won
the medal for the beat batting. It may
bo well to state tbat he is looked npon
by Inoell & Van Haltreu as the hardest
man in the league to strike out, Kuell
the "South Paw" vs. Van Haltren, also
a "South fJPaw," ihe Oakland pet has
tried bard to secure this ris
ing yonng pitcher bnt it is no
use, we are going to keep him.
Knell has signed with Peck & Rug
fries' nino, and will be their regular
pitcher. Ed Conn, the ball-alogger. has
also signed with the Peck A RuggUs,
and will play short stop, and it may be
stated tbat outside of 'Frisco Conn has no
equal and is tbe best general player on
tbe Pacifio Coast. He has many admir
ers in this city on account of his gentle
manly conduct and excellent playing.
Diok Nagle, the clever tbird baseman of
the Alameda Maroons, has signed to
play left Jiald for the Peck & Ruggles
nine. He is an all-around ball pin) er,
and st->od fifth iv batting last season in
the California League Amateur Cham
pionship games. There are other well
known players who expect to be signed,
and their names and positions will be
published later.
That Beautiful, High Bench of
Foot-Hill Land
At Sierra Madre Villa, 1* the lite of the new
town of Huntington. First come flrstservod.
Sale Thursday, April 28th, 10 a. m. Office
26 W. First street. Wlesendanger A Bonsall.
Theater Tralua
To and from Los Angeles from -Santa Monica
on Thursday evenings.
A Bountiful supply of Water
Guaranteed In Huntington, piped to each
lot. Sale Thursday, April 28tb, 10 A. v.
Office of Wiesendaeger A Hon. all, lb West
First street.
Money to Loan
On farm r r city property, »t 7 per cent.
Frank C luiai'KK,
No. 4 Court *t, Los Angeles, Cal.
EiVYsTllw -• raoT.
There will be the biggest chance of the
season to huy a lot cheap next Wednesday,
27th. C. A. Sumner will close her out at
auction.
■ v tlselr ftew Quurtere.
Crandall, Crow A Co. are now at 133 aud
I;;.', West First street, with full line el stover,
mantels and grates.
Souitthlnar Worth knowing.
Close to Los Augoles C ity limits. Lots 50x
150 on 60-foot streets, 1100 each; amidst mog
nlflcent improvements Call and see th! ;
10 a. m , 2 P. m , corner Spring and First
streets. WIESENIMNGER A BONSALL,
Coal, Coke, vnai ctai aud Wood,
Wholesale and retail. Special rates for car
load lots, delivered to all points. Office—S
Court street; t lcphone 33. Yard—Corner
Alameda and Jackson streets: telephone 816.
Walter S. Maxwell,
Sole agent for Wellington Coal.
MAGNOLIA.
Tne Northern Fortlan of Ontario
tne fdodel Colony.
One of ihe favored spots of the world
is a fine tract of 1i ;h mesa of 300 acres
on tbe east side of Euclid avenue in
north Ontario, about three miles up the
avenue from the depot of the Southern
Pacific Company on the line of the A. T. !
A S. F. R. R., which passes through the
south part of the trait. The depot and
2000 feet of side track are on this land
and a force of men are at wotk on the
foundation of a new hotel that is to cost
$25,1)00, while a still larger force is hard
at work making 6300 leet of cement
■idewalk from the depot to the new ho
tel lite. The walk is nine feet wide
with a margin on toe side of the lota of
three feet to permit a hedge or
other shrubbery. This avenue is eighty
feet wide, and alrear'y graded, aud
when improved by the addition of a
nine-foot cement sidewalk on each side
and embellished with shade trees will be
a beautiful drive aud promenade.
Water is piped under pressure all over
thia beautiful tract, and the impulsive
and eloquent agent, Mr. A. L. Teele, in
this city, will "set up his lares and pert'
ales" in a few days on the tract with his
lafchsiring always out.
The rails for the electric railway
tbat is to pass by the tide of Mag
nolia are already on the ground, so
that tbe depots of the Southern Pacilic
Company and the Atchison, Topeka and
Santa Fe Company will be connected by
an eleotrio railway in a short time.
The proprietors, Bedford Brothers,
have also under contract an immense
business block, with iron front and plate,
glass windows and all the modern im
provements.
This building is intended to excel any
other in Southern California, except tbe
Baker block. Mr. Teele states that the
prioe of lots will be put at a low figuro
and the terms made easy; every lot to
have a sidewalk and a water supply.
Settlers who do not want to go to the
elegant churches in beautiful Ontario
can attend tbe Agricultural College, just
'below Magnolia on the grand 200-foot
Euolid avenue. At the head of Second
avenue are the great marble quarries
that yield such beautiful samples of
marble and lime.
The elevation of Magnolia is from
1,200 to 1,500 feet above sea level, on a
beautiful slope at the base of the Sierra
Madre mountains, forty-two miles oast
of Los Angeles and reached by two rail
ways. The settlement is supplied with
schools, churches, tine streets and pure
water, and claims to be tho model colony
of the State, and that is praise enough.
3ARSAPARILLA
j Cures all Diseases originating from
a disordered state of the BLOOD ox
LIVES. Bheumatism, Neuralgia,
Boils, Blotches, Pimples, Scrofula,
lamors, Salt Rheum and Mercurial
i Pains readily yield to its purifying
properties. It leaves the Blood pure,
thel aver and Kidneys healthy and
the Complexion bright aud clear.
J. R. GATES & CO i Proprietors.
*17 Sansome 8t Baft Trn******.
, A now life into the Antiquated Horse I
For the last 14 year* the H. H. H. Horso
Liniment has been the loading remedy
among Farmers and Stockmen for tlie
cure of Sprains. Bruiaos, Stiff Joints,
Hparlns, Windgalls, Sore Shoulders, etc,
and for Family Use is without an equal
for Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Acheo, Pains,
Bruises, f luts and Sprains of all eh. vacters.
Tlie li. 11. 11. Liniment has many imitjv
tions, and we caution the Pnblio to see
that the Trade Mark "If, H. H." Is on
every iluttle beforo purchasing. For sals
everjyfhera for CO cents and CLOU per
C. H. HANCK, wholesale and retail
Druggist an 1 Manufacturing Pharmacist
Nos. 77 anil 79 North Spring street. Tele
No. 68. P. <>. Pot 4l«f>.
A New R. R. Depot, S. G. V. R. R.
Hunting-ton, the new town on"8. Q. V. H.
B. M tie Thuridiv. 10 A. M. First oorao. Hut
■erved. Office ot Wloseuianger & Bonsall,
25 West First street.
•coo atn Acre.
Fifteen or ive sore?, olose to oity lim
its- magnificent view. Suitable for a rich
man's residence. Will sell in lots now at a
much higher price. Call and see this to-day.
Corner First and Spring streets. WIEBKN
DANGER & BONSALL.
Where Is nuallngtsa?
Between Lamanda Park and Arcadia, on
tbe same high bench where Sierra Madre
Villa Is located. It offers th« grandest view
In Southern California. OSes of Wlssen
daoger a Bonsall. 2> Wsst First street.
Ge and Vet Caned
At the Ohlesgo Hst Store, 86 N. Main street.
A sane Is glvon away to eaoh purchaser of
a bat,
Pi
Eagleson & Co.,
=50=
NORTH SPRING STREET.
Sew Spring and Goods,
CONSISTING OF
Light-weight Underwear,
HOSIERY,
FANCY SHIRTS,
T IS A V B I. 1 n «;
SSSS H 11 II RRRR TTTTT SBBS
S S H H II R R T8 8
8 H II II R lt T 8
SHHII R R T 8
8888 lIIIHH II RRRR T 8888
SHHII R R T 8
SHHII R R T 8
S 8H H II R R 1' 8 P .„
SSSS H BUR R T BKSB .
NECKWEAR,
Cellars and Cuffs, Etc.
PRICES XiO W.
Eagleson & Co.,
-50-
NOKTH SPRING STREET.
apO-Sni
ItKAL ESTATE.
Los Angeles Produce Market.
Semi-Tropic Land Co.
EEAL ESTATE
-IN—
All Parts of the City and County.
CHOICE BARGAINS IN ALL CLASSES OF
PROPERTY.
Hequeua St. business location,
VISA per foot.
Temple street, finest residence locationlon
street, per foot.
Fine residence. 9 rooms, Hill street, fi.s.ooo
Hill street, lot eOxina feet 6,000
Best lot In Ivanboe 1.000
San Gabriel, 100 acres finely Im
proved, tine bonse, furnished,
elegant home and paying invest
ment 50,000
Bunker Hill, 80 feet with 5 room
house, bath, stable.. 1,600
Bunker Hill, 36x115, 9 room bouse... 4,000
Bunker Hill, coruer, 30x145, house 6
rooms, also new house 3 rooms— 6,000
Boyle Heights, 80x160 ft., house,
stable MHO
EM! tract, house 10 rooms, finely
finished, lot 50xl»8 9,000
I Olive street, lovely home, 10 rooms. 12,000
Long Beach, 10 acres, set to trees
and vines 2000
Long Beach, 10 acres, with house.. 2600
Loug Beach, 40 acres 3200
Diamond street, too of h.'U on Cable
road; best bargain ou the hill 1500
San Gabriel. SCO acres, mostly lv
trees and vices, only $300 per acre,
worth |10(0.
160 acres In barley near Rosamond 800
Park Villa tract, beautiful lot;
cheapest In the city. Sen It.
Ohio street, new hoc.se; ii rooms;
near Cable road, on'y 20i0
Alabama street, flue lu-room house;
very ob jap, only 2760
Fine lot on hill, splendid view, 70x
-165 06.000
Charming home on hill, 84x165, 9
room bouse, best finish 18,0Ce
Hope street, nice home, lot 60x106,
house 6 rooms 3,000
Fine house, 16 rooms, Bunker Hill,
furnished pays 16 per cent, in price 12,000
Texas street, right side, fine lot, only 1,000
AZUSA PROPERTY. VERNON PROPERTY
—BKB LIST AT—
106 N. Spring; tit., Temple Allot:..
GEO. W. BURTON.
rnitui
STONEMAN TRACT
AT
Alhambra. San Gabriel Valley.
Lots in this well known tract are now offered
for sale. One-third cash, balance in 6 and 12
months. Interest on deferred payments 8 per cent,
per annum. Ample water supply.
For maps and price list, apply at the Los Angeles
Land Bureau, No. 20 West First street, or to C. T.
ADAMS, Alhambra.
GEORGE W. FRINK, President
LOB ANGELES DAIY HERALD. APRIL 26,1887.
LORDSBURG!
The Coming City
OF
POMONA VALLEY.
LOCATION
The Most Beautiful in Southern -California.
PURE PIPED MOUNTAIN WATER FURNISHED AT ONCE,
IHE PIPES NOW BEING LAID.
Surface Water 8 to 20 feet—Very Soft and Pure.
The Atchison Railroad Now Building Through the Town,
And tlie foothill line of the Southern Pacific surveyed half a mile
• farther north —School Buildings and Churches to be erected
at once—A portion of the purchase money to be de
voted to School and Church purposes.
A FINE VIEW OF THE SAN GABRIEL VALLEY
To tlie west and the SANTA ANA VALLEY to the east.
THREE SALIENT POINTS:
No, 1— Artetlan water la found under 80» acree of tlie town kite
at a deptU of front 75 to 180 feet.
fio. S—Pure, Cold, SOFT WATER ie found under tbe whole tract
at from 8 to 36 feet deep.
No. 3—mountain water !■ brought In from the celebrated Indian
Hill artetlan welli la Iran plpee under 100-foot preeiure.
Among the coming towns of Southern California, none are laid out with
a view to future growth and prosperity, on a grander scale, or in a more
beautiful locality than LOKDSBUBQ, Los Angeles county.
LOBDBBTJRQ is located on the Atchison system of railroads—the Lob
Angeles and fr-un Bernardino line —four miles northwest of Pomona, In a
most beautiful portion of the valley, which is as level as a floor over the
entire tract, which is a mile square. Through trains will run over this road
probably by the 20th of April. The Southern Pacific Railroad Company are
now surveying v lino from Ramona (Shorb's Station) past the Raymond
Hotel and thence along the foothills above the Atchison road to San Bernar
dino, and probably thence to connect with the main line after going through
the East San Bernardino Valley. Thus LORDSBURG will at once have
one line of railroad, and within a few months it will tore a second.
No Lots will be sold at v. vi
be announced hereafter. From this rule there will positively be no devia
tion. The price of lots will be scheduled at popular prices, and the lots
will be cold at these prices. The choice of location will be sold at auction,
and the money paid for this choice will go into an improvement fund, which
will be devoted to the building of schoolhouses, churches and other public
improvements, the details of wbich will be more definitely announced here
after.
On the day of sale, whi !i will be duly and extensively advertised, there
will be a grand excursion fi "i Los Angeles, and another from Riverside and
San Bernardino, over the n w line of road, at prices as low as can be had.
It is the intention ol tjia • pi i'-t rs of this tract to make f lie coming sale
of lots at LORDMBULiI tl.iv <-vs-ilinir act of the soason in teal estate opera
tions, and to this end .1 era •,' ■ > people will bo gathered on the day of sale.
But ample ac ')U)«n<>-:tti" Tai'i bVprovide* tor their comfort, so that every
one will enjoy tb'n .... y- l« pic 'c.
The best bu-i'ss m •• . i . >« '• to!, t look nnrtn LOBDSBURO ts the
coming town or >■'>>' an 1 Vi rnait i H afr»ng*m nts to nwst accord
ingly. AI l ife' m: i i is' ' 'not mlm4 re* -ly to comatewe iutive
building oiwiTt' ;ri turn -el it? the m\\ wilb -\ vfovrto ecu \itut ho
stores builj. '# y*n I -n* {£c «t o»too ant lo#«wr4jii <1 rale> that no
lots will be/o\ :in * •• <c*: ttv fn Wadvei sel<i.u\ Tlie town
is now beiir/p to •• i rarvevwftj an in afi tv days m'ie paniculais en .he
sale will bo pit trnouncel.
L*- I; W. LORD, Manager.
NOW READY FOR BALE.
Raymond Improvement Company Tract!!
SOUTH OF AND ADJOINING THE GROUNDS OF
RAYMOND HOTEL, SOUTH PASADENA,
AND FORMERLY KNOWN AS THE UPPER MARENGO TRACT. .
The RAYMOND IMPROVEMENT COMPANY. having purchased 847 sores ol that
v, ell-known, highly-improved and cultivated tract, now offers for sale its DIVISION MO
1, wlthjongi frontages on FAIR OAKS AVENUE and MISSION STREET, large lets
averaging 60x160 feet; streets from 80 to 80 feet wide, aad to be graded, piped and planted
in trees at the expense of the company. Each lot to have connection laid to ma lv pipes,
and to have FREE one share of stock lv the MARENGO WATER COMPANY, thus Insur
ing an abundant supply of pure water Jor Irrigation and domestic use
Easy snd frequent communication now had with Lot Angeles by the L. A. A 8. G. V.
R. R„ with station at northwest corner of tract. The new line of the Southeru PoclfloOe.,
from tbe new town of Ramona northword.it to run through tbe middle of the tract, and •
ft rst-class station Is to be established at the reservoir in front of the Raymond Hotel.
GARFIELD AVENUE, running from Alhambra Station on the 8. P. R. R. to Raymond
Station on tbe L. A. A 3. G. V. R. it.. Is 70 feet wide through the east side of this tract,
and will soon have a line of street ears In operation Its entire length.
For maps, prices and furtber particulars apply lo
RAYMOND IMPROVEMENT COMPANY,
W. G. HUGHES SECRETARY.
IS WEST t IK*T STREET, ROOH 3, LO* ANUEI.E* CALIFORNIA.
Or at the office near the reservoir on the land, lust south of Raymond Hotel. '
alO-lm
C. A. SUMNER & CO.,
RBAI. EST ATS AUBNTS AND ACCTIONBBBS, 14 NORTH BI'RINH HTHKfcT.
THE LAST AUCTION
THE ELA HILLS TRACT!
Situated on Downey Avenue, East Los Angeles.
t losing out sale Wednesday, April ST, 188T, at lO A..V*. an thegrrounda
at™" ONE MORE CdANUE TO BUY A HOME CHEAP I- - »
. The remaining lots will be CLOSED OUT on the above dale and some tare
bargains may be expected. Larg) Lots t Small tots 1 Low Lot* I High Lots I A Splen
did Views! PURE WaTER piped tnrough the main avenue. Street Oar* te tho Tract.
On the road to the Raymond. Alhambra, Pasadena, eta. Certificate of title with every lot.
TERMS OF SALE.—Ten per cent, on the fall of the hammer, 40 per cent, within
thirty days, balance in twolve months at 10 per ceut. Interest, payable semi-annually.
Five per oent. discount on deferred payment for all cash.
»~f*"For further particulars, apply to
T. E. ROWAN, 1 ittEOIIOE W.JOHNTO.I,
114 t*. Spring St., jor i on tne premise*.
C. A. SUMNER & CO.,
Rial Estatk Agents and ArcnoNßxas, 14 North Bpbino Strbbt.
*pl7-tf
HO! FOR
BEAUMONT,
' ' ....THE....
Beauty Spot of Southern California
The Richest Soil and Purest Water!
The Healthiest Climate!
The Grandest Scenery!
GRAND
Picnic Excursion,
Wednesday. A_pril 27th. 1887.
By Special Train, leaving Commercial Street Depot at 8:15, and Union Depot
at 8:30 a. v., and returning aame day, after a tine lunch and free ride through the
beautiful San Gorgonio valley, and •
Grand Auction Sale
*
Of Residence and Business Lota and VilW Tracts." Come and join this pleasure
party for a day.
Bound Trip Pickets ( I %S^^i^oS A ) to Beaumont & Return, $319
Colton to Beaumont and Return on 23th-29tb - - 175
Kor particulars or tickets apply to TICKET AOEItt S. P. K. It. CO.,
tot North main street,
Or at Passenger Depot and Station Ticket Offices along thejltno, or to tbe NOCTIIEHN
CALIFOItrtIA INVEbTIHENT CIS., No. B North Mala St.,
a~~Plea.se tell your neighbor. h. C. SIeLKR. President.
anr9A.<lt
• HYDE PARK !
LOOK WHERE YOU WILL IN THE VICINITY OF THE CITY OF LOS AN'.KLBB IW
search either ..I lots or acre property (or charming h >mes, and the best jtdgaents
will be convinced at a gbince as to the difficulty of nndiug a location for a town so beau
tiful, such pore and bracing air, and smooth, rich lauds as characterises Hyde Park.
This splendin tow: site is located on the line of the California Central, of the Atchison.
Topeka and Santa Fa system, which is to connect Los Angeles with the uew harbor
at La Ballon <, and is distant 7'i miles from the center of the city; a midway town be
tween the oity and the harbor. Trains are to be running through the trsct by Jul* next,
when great li isiuess »c:Wi'y all il.mg the line will he the order of the day. Liberal
sliod lots, (',0x189 foe', frootlnz on Cj foot aveunes, are offered and being taken rapidly at
«IUO each: 140 cash: balance $10 per month without interest Such terms give the present
purchasers a t.w d <>pp -rtnnity to make money In the rising values that must foHow the
effects of the harbor an! rallri nd developments. Particularly desirable are the 5 and 10
acre villa lots surrounding tlie town Csuv jyances leave tbe office at 1:80 p. a. to shew
parties the beautiful property,
M. L. WICKS, COURT HOUSE and MAIN STS.
apr24 lm
A Bargain in Cahuenga Lands.
200 Acres of Cahuenga Foothill Land
THBEE Dill.KM WEST Of CITY I I,Til IN,
With Fine View of City, Valley and Ocean ]
£tty-Kl<. fl SOU, I PLENTY WATER t HO
PRICE PER ACRE, SUA. APPLY TO
H. H. WILCOX A C 0„ Spring St***.
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