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DAILY HERALD.
United States Signal Service.
Report of observations taken at Los Augeles,
California, September 23, 1888, by the War De
partracnt:
Time.
Bar. I
X)! M el SE I 7 ClOUdj
»8i 80 6! SW 11 0 ear.
)S 68 I 58 W llO Clear
5:07 a. m.I'
12:07 p. M.i:
5:07 p. m. '
Maximum temperature, 80; minimum rem
peratnre. 82.
PERSONALS.
Mr. 1.3. Hose went to San Francisco
yesterday morning.
Mr. J. Downey Harvey went to San
Francisco yesterday.
Mr. B. D. Fabyau, from Santa Barbara,
is at the St. Charles.
Mr. Harry Gillig went to San Fran
cisco on the noon train yesterday.
Seiior Carlos Cruz returned yesterday
from Ensenada, Lower California.
Mr. Wm. G. Elkin, a miner from San
Diego, is in town and at the St. Charles.
Mr. John W. Wagner, of San Buena
ventura, is at the St. Charles for a few
days.
Mrs. A. B. Lamson will leave for San
Francisco to-day to attend her husband,
who has been injured.
Mr. Gus Moulton, business manager of
Miss Verona Jarbeau, who will appear at
the Grand Opera House next week, is in
the city.
Mr. C. R. Alberger, the Ticket Agent
in this city of the Chicago, Rock Island
and Pacific Railway, has gone to San
Francisco on a business trip.
Mr. J. M. Weitz, one of the leadiDg
business men of Cleveland, 0., arrived
in Los Angeles yesterday accompanied
by his wife and their son Carl, who will
remain here during the winter. They
are at the Nadeau.
HEWS MOTES.
The contract for paving First street
will come up for consideration in the
Council 1 o-day.
The City Council will meet at 10
o'clock this morning. Several important
matters are to come up for ('iscussion.
A man who registers himself as Pro
fessor (juinby was brought in by the
police yesterday and booked as insane.
The cable of the Second-street Cable
Road broke yesterday about 1 o'clock,
and had not been repaired up to a late
hour last night.
The banner hung across Main street
by the lonesome adherents of the Amer
ican party was reefed yesterday by Offi
cer Guilbert, as it was pullingthe cornice
off the Phillips block.
Paul Meyer, who lives on Mateo street,
was found yesterday by his neighbors
engaged in the act of hammering his
wife. The apology for his conduct which
he offered the police was that she was
drunk. As he was pretty drunk himself
honors appeared to be easy ou that score.
He was brought to the station.
Prof. J. McKeown is doing a good
work for citizens having runaway,
balky and vicious horses —curing all of
their bad traits. He lectures during his
performance, instructing as well as amus
ing his audiences, which are large and
appreciative. A wild, unsubdued bronco
will be ridden and driven to-night.
FRENCH PRUNES IN CALIFORNIA.
Drying; the French Prune—Fxtraor- '
dinar? Profit of the Industry In
California.
[Hon. Job. Eoutier, of Sacramento County. |
California is certainly the paradise oi
the fruit grower. A fortune can be
made in ten years from a fruit ranch cf
eighty acres.or even of forty acres,mostly
by anybody blessed with that amount of
good land. ■ Now I will demonstrate how
an enterprising man, with a very limited
capital, can also make himself and family
very comfortable and even rich with ten
acres of bottom land,if planted in French
Prunes, or Petite Prunes d'Orgen, which
ia the same thing.
The trees must be grafted or budded
on plum stock, and be one or two years
old—l prefer one year old trees. They
must be planted about twenty-one feet
apart, bo it will take 100 trees per acre.
Good trees ought to be had for twenty
cents apiece, or by the thousand for fif
teen cents. The holes must be dng from
two to three feet square, according to the
quality of the soil.
The fonrth season after planting, and
even the third if your trees have been
well taken care of, you will obtain about
ten pounds of primes to each tree.enough
to initiate yourself to the drying business.
The fifth year you will get about sixty
pounds to"each tree. The sixth year one
hundred and twenty pounds or inoie to
the tree. After that your trees are in full
bearing, producing according to location
and care, from one hundred and fifty to
three hundred pounds to the tree.
The only trouble now is the drying of
the prunes in a satisfactory manner,
without spending thousands of dollars in
building driers. Driers are a necessity
in Oregon, or any other wet country, but
here in California we can dry French
prunes to perfection without driers;
sometimes in one week, and more gen
erally in two weeks, in following the fol
lowing instructions:
Do not pick the prunes by hand, as
thoy do not all ripen at the same time,
but' in about three weeks. Begin to
shake the trees towards the twentieth of
August, then every week after, and on
the fourth time pick them clean.
Njw for drying. The only apparatus
is an iron kettle holding from twenty
five to fifty gallons of water. To each
twenty gallons of water add one pound
of the best concentrated lie; have the
water boiling, then take a wire basket of
some kind, the home-made one will do
best, put twenty pounds of green prunes
in your basket, dip them in the boiling
kettle, let them remain in there about
one minute, till you perceive that the
skin of your prunes are cracked all over,
then take them out and lay them on a
tray, and in one week or ten days, ac
cording to the heat of the sun, your
prunes will be dried enough to put them
loose in any kind of boxes holding fifty
or seventy-five pounds. The trays can
be made very cheaply (about ten cents
each) with four sawed redwood shaies
three feet long nailed on a very primitive
frame, by anybody who ever used a saw
and hammer.
Now, when your prunes are all dried,
and you want to give them the finishing
gloss for the market, do as follows: Fill
the kettle again with water, but this time
no lye is wanted, and when the water is
boiling steep your prunes in it with your
wire basket for about a minute, till every
prune is made quite hot, then expose
them to the sun for that day, and the
next morning you can pack them in
boxes or sacks, as you prefer. This latf
THE LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD: MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 24, 1888.
steeping will make your prunes very
clear and glossy, and will kill every in
sect and destroy their eggs effectually.
If you follow the above directions you
will turn out an article equal to the
best in the market, and will obtain the
best price.
Let us now figure the cost and profit:
COST.
Ten acres of bottom land at $100
per acre $1,000 OO
One thousand trees at 15c. each 150 IV)
Flowing the land 25 00
Digging the holes 50 00
Planting the trees ..... 25 00
Cultivating 25 00
Secoud, third aud fourth years, fifty
dollars each for plowing and cul
tivating 150 00
Taxes for four yea «.... — 50 00
Total $1,475 00
PROFIT.
The fifth year you will have 1,000
trees bearing at least si xty pounds
each, or thirty tons, equal to ten
tons of dried prunes worth ten
cents per pound, or $200 per ton $2,000 Ot)
If you deduct ten per cent for la
bor you will have a balance of
$1,800 net. paying for the whole of
the investment aud #1100 left.
The sixth year you will have sixty
tons of green fruit, or twenty tons
of dried prunes, worth $ 4,000 00
On the seventh year your trees will
be in full bearing condition, and
will bring each from 150 to 200, or
even 300 pounds to the tree, and 1
believe I am on the safe side when
1 say that each tree will bring you
$5 net each year, or $ 5,000 00
All of this from an investment of less
than $1,500. And what would be the
value of such property bringing $5,000 a
year? I suppose not less than (25 000.
I dried last year twenty tons of French
prunes from 000 trees, and got $4 000 for
them in sacks.
An Incessant Want: Tramp—'Ple: fe
give me something for breakfast? '
Farmer's Wife—"Why, it's noon, now
Did you stop at Stacket's an' at the mill
an'at the yaller house d vwn the road ?"
Tramp—"Yes, mum." Farmer's Wife—
"An'didn't you get anything?" Tramp
—"Of course I did; but you women are
so uncommon stingy at doling out grub
that it's dinner time before a fellow get>
his breakfast."—[Tid-Bits.
Keeping Out cf the Wet: "Clara,"
! paid the old man from the head of the
"say to that young fellow that ;i
storm is toxiag up." "All right,
sir, thanks." responded the youna
fellow himself. "I hadn't noticed it. 1
I think I'll wait to see if it doesn't blow
over." —[N. Y. Sun.
First Domestic —"Where are ye livin'
now." Second Domestic That \Vas—"l
ain't livin'at all; I'm married."—'New
Havsn News."
The original Austrian-Hungarian Kitchen can
be found at the Vienna Buffet, corner Maiu and
Requena streets.
H. W. CHASE. F. MAY.NE9.
LOB ANGELKH, ■ ■ C AL.
NEW MANAGEMENT.
CHASE A. SIATMEt, : Proprietors.
Strictly first-class. All molern improve
ments, including elevator, e'ecrric light, per
fect electric Are a'arm and cal! s-sti m.
Bates, $2.50 to per day. excepting parlors
and rooms with bnih.
The patronage of commercfa l tourists especi
ally solicited. Ample sample- rooms.
JOS SCHREIBER, JR , Manager,
si Cm Late Bates House, Indianapolis
A CALIFORNIA DISCOVERY.
Tho parasites, of which we give cut below, di»
covered by us. are the direct cause of Catarrh
and Consumption, also many other diseases,,
Magnified 560 Times.
Imagine miiiionsof these animalculee in tha
nose, throat and lungs, as well as the m'nute
eustachian tubci leading from the back part
of tho throat to tho middle ear, and you will
imagine :lio misery they ran produce. Thou
sands are swallowed when the patient is asleep,
causing kiduey aud liver trouble, headache,
blood poison, general dehliity, etc. We have a
specific for destroying them and expelliug the
poison from the blood. Use the CALIFORNIA PQS
TIVE ANO NEGATIVE ELECTRIC COUGH ANO CONSUMPTION
CURE to __ and the CALirORNIA\POSITTVE AND
NEGATIVE ELECTRIC LINIMENT to aiirrtrr'ind 3 the
stomach is bud, use tho CALIFORNIA POSITIVE ANO
NECATIVE ELECTRIC SYSTEM BUILDER it builds up the
system aud purifies tho poisoned blood. They
are manufactured from roots,herbs and flowers
that grow in California, aud are safe for child
ren. They never fail. The Cough Cure is ex
cellent for cough? Colds, trSrJPJBE&SI
Croup, &c, no child will over g SfGwlgTjTß
die with croup when this is - f wHSs?'
iise i. Our I.inimeat kills paiu H f>
Instantly. See ourVrnde Mark <j W
on every wrapper. Sold by A T_t__wt_ ~y _
all druggists. "S3(BiCv^Mr'
CreasLnger & Co., Props. r ?csft___W'
lOS ANGELES. CALIFORNIA muum—
FOR LEASE,
THE LOS ANGELES
Carpet Beating Works,
Situate on Alameda street above Woollen Mill
Reservoir, aud a well e-UUisbed aud good pav
ing business, including a large building, 2S"x
70, both water power aud steam power, which
can be utilized for other business besides car
pet cleaning, and a lot 200x200 feet.
The lease of The present lessee expires on the
Ist day of October.
This is a good opportunity forauyone that has
bnt little money to take hold of a good paying
and well estabished business, as the owner ha«
not got the time to give this business his per
sonal attentiou. Some oue that understands
the carpet cleaning business preferred.
Will lease for a term of from 1 to f> years.
Apply personally to owner at 101 North Main
street.
84 lm SIDNEY LACEY.
TOMEKUY 4 liAffi,
lit GOVKT ITREET.
If you want to BUY any property below its
ACTUAL WORTH, c-U and sep us, as we have
a NEW aud REVISED LIST; also NEW
PRICES.
If you have auv GOOD PROPERTY ami
want to REALIZE some ("ASH, cull and give
it to us. «« we have several <'. ASH CUSTOMERS
looking for BARGAINS.
Money to Loan
On Improvkd City Profibty.
Houses and Stores to Rent
INSURANCE.
Donahue's Grocery House,
Fine teas, colfees and extracts.
Physicians say that Hungarian food is ex
ceedingly nourishing. It can be found at the
Vienna Buffet, cor. Main and Requena streets
TENTB at Foy's harness Shop, 2l7LosAngeles
street.
Vignes <fc McGregor. 134 North Main streets
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POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
fhe powder never varies. A model of purity
md wholsomeness. More economical than the
mlinary kinds, aud cannot be sold ln compe
ition with the multitudes of low test, short
weight, slum of phosphate powders. Sold only
n cans. Royal Baking Powdkr Co.. 106 Wall
it,N. Y. THE JOHNSON LOCKE MKRCAN
riLE CO.. San Francisco, Agents. a6-12m
SOMETHING- to put on, and where to find it,
At London Clothing Co.
STYthat are captivating and enchanting
At London Clothing Co.
GOODS that are durable, permanent and lasting,
At London Clothing Co..
PRICES that are just, fair and moderate,
At London Clothing Co.
TEEATMENT that is kind, polite and respectful,
At London Clothing Co.
BUSINESS conducted on principles that are faultless,
At London Clothing Co.
WITH A FEELING OF PRIDE
We announce our wav of conducting a large business
ON A STRICTLY ONE PRICE PRINCIPLE.
The gelling Price Marked in PLAIN FIGURES.
No Trouble to Show Goods and No One Urged to Buy.
London Clothing Co.
CORNER SPRING AND TEMPLE STREETS.
HARRIS & PRANK, Proprietors.
su26 Om
LEADERS Ol POPULAR PRICES
i Ficii mm co.
Now for a jump at once to the front for
the lead of the
Fall Business!
We are satisfied the only way to get the trade is
to -give the
Biggest Value for a Dollar!
We are enabled to accomplish this by having our repre
sentatives East, who are constantly visiting
the leading markets and
Purcliasin! at Extremely Low Figures
We patronize no travelers, thereby giving the public the
advantage of their enormous expenses
and commissions.
Call and Convince Yonrself.
Ail Goods Marked ia Plain Fipres.
PACIFIC FURNITURE CO.
226, 228 and 230 S. Main St
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R. H. HOWELL. ' K. L. CRAIG.
HOWELL & CRAIG,
IMPORTERS.
Wholesale -:- Grrocers,
837 NORTH MAIN STREET,
?k£p B a« 7 5 84 - LOS ANGELES, GAL.
sistf
MISCEEEANEOUS.
BEESON & RHOADES
Will aell
AT AUCTION!
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26th,
—AND—
BATURDAY, SEPTEMBER U9th.
AT 10 A. M., 2 P M.,
Also Saturday Night.
An Elegant Line of
New $ Second-Hand Goods
Consisting of
Fine Bed-room Sets in Black Walnut,
Antique Oak and Mahogany finish.
Chiffoniers, Book-Cases,
Extension Tables, Chairs, &c.
Also a fine line of
Upholstered Goods!
Iv Parlor Sets, Kasy Rockera, Bed and Single
Lounges.
CARPETS!
Of all kinds in Body Brussels, Ingrains, both
New and Second-Hand.
Also a flue line of Curtains in lace and fine
plush.
Bed Clothes in Sheets, Quilts, Comforters and
Pillow Cases.
We are receiving all kinds of New and
Second-Hand Goods from aay to day from the
beet families iv the city, and our sales are per
emptory and without reserve.
Ladies are especially invited to attend as we
have a fine and commodious salesroom aud
take especial pains to make everybody com
fortable. Don't fail to atttend.
HEW «>■ f«WOAI>ES. tiKilnn wr
BIISCELI ANEOlia.
FIRE I FIRE I FIRE !
115,000 WORTH
OF
HAT S
AND
Gents*: Fiiimliini: Goods!
COMPRISING THE DAMAGED STOCK OF
DESMOND, THE HATTER,
HAS BEEN REMOVED TO
No. 10 West First Street
(UNDER NATICK HOTJSE),
Where they MUST be Sold, Regardless of Cost.
Sale ComiQeDciDg Thursday, September 13th.
Desmond, the Hatter.
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NADEAU WINERY,
Near Florence,
AR IE PAYIN G
$12 per Ton for Mission Grapes.
$10 per Tod for Muscat Crapes.
Other Varieties at Market Price.
522 lm
PHILADELPHIA
Carpet and Wall Paper House.

Id order to reduce our stock to make room for new goods, we will offer
Two-ply Ingrain Carpets From 35c. per yard up.
Hand-loom • From 05c. ••
Three-ply From9oe. "
Tapestry Brussels " From 65c.
f, od r _ ' ' From 90s.
Moquette $1.35 to $1.30" "
Linoleums, Matting, Draperies, etc., at proportionately low prices.
In WALL PAPER we will give you
White Blanks From 5c per roU u p.
•iUtS From lOp 11 **
Embossed ants ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; .. ..
Borders and Decorations at equally low figures.
BEN COHEN, 240 S. Spring St, Los Angeles.
Offer Extraordinary for Investment
Forty Lots in Los Angeles City for $8,060.
Fine View, being Block 9 of Schmidt Tract, fronting 1,211 feet on Stevenson aye. All
lots 173 feet deep to 19-foot alley and 52,00 and 130 feet front. Gentle slope to south
and east. Stevenson aye. has been brguirht to oliiclnl grade at an expense of $25,000.
Lotb from one to three feet above the street. Terms naif cash, balance one year, 10
per cent, mortgagee paying taxes.
Lot 50x140, north side College Street; street graded; *$1,100.
Lot 47, Block 4, Howes Tract, $400.
Corner Lot 18, Block "B," Bird Tract, $600.
Land and Water in Crescents Canada, at $100 per acre. (The home of th*
Orange and Cherry.)
Land and Water in San Jose Ranch at low rates.
Land in Puente Rancho, with Water, at $150 per acre. Easy terms.
Sec. 31, Tp. 7 N., R. 12 W., at $5 per acre. Terms easy.
m. i 7. wicks,
Corner Court House and Main Streets, Los Angeles. CaL
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