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THe OLD AND NEW
moat* of ■»i»«i"r!••*»—A CM»««e
ikalrsaaa.
Th« old Board ol Supervisors met yes
terday for the last time and turned over
the reins of government to the new
Board with scarcely a ripple upon the
surface of Supervisorial dignity. At its
last session the old Board disposed of a
few matters of business just to keep its
hand in.
The Sierra Madre Street Railway Com
pany was granted one sear's extension
of time. ... ,
In the matter of the redemption of
county bonds the report of the Treasurer
was received and filed and the new
Treasurer instructed to proceed with the
advertisement. ,
The bonds of T. F. Renfro for furnish
ing drugs and W. P. Clinton for meat
were accepted and approved.
It was ordered that V. J. Rowan be
employed at a cost not to exceed $4 per
day to' segregate the property in road
districts where created out of old dis
tricts, or lines changed, co as to give
each district its proper amount of tax
paid or ytt to be paid.
Supervisor Martin moved that the
thanks of the Board be extended to C.
H Dnnsmoor, clerk, for his prompt at
tention to all orders of the Board, and
for the courteous manner in which he
has performed the duties of the office;
also to the Board's legal adviser, Dis
trict Attorney Dv Puy, for the prompt
and efficient decision of all matters sub
mitted to him for his opinions; also to
Hon. T. E. Rowan, chairman, for the
able, efficient and impartial conduct of
the responsible position he has occu
pied. The motion prevailed by a un
animous vote.
The District Attorney was directed to
enter suits of condemnation against the
non-consenting land owners in the Santa
Monica Cliff Road matter.
On motion $30 was allowed to Mrs. Le
convreur Crespo's famiiy.
The Board then adjourned line die.
THE NEW BOARD MEETS.
At 12 m the incoming Board of Super
visors, Messrs. A. K. Davis, W. T. Mar
tin, S. Littlefield, T. E. Rowan and 8.
N. Perry met and elected Supervisor
Rowan temporary chairman. The
Board then adjourned until 1:30 o'clock
and upon re-assembling elected S. ti.
Perry permanent chairman.
The claims of Fred Mohle for $500
and Bradbeer & Hixon for $250 in the
matter of the widening of Washington
street were allowed.
The Boara drew the fifty grand jurors
and 500 term trial jurors.
The petition, notice of publication and
bond for the Vineland Irrigation District
were presented, and January 10th, set for
a hearing. ....
The Board then adjouned until this
morning at 10 o'clock.
THE NEW DEPUTIES.
Met of Appointment* of sjounty
Officers Illed Yesterday.
The following is a list of the appoint
ments filed in the County Clerk's office
yesterday, made by the new county
officers, who entered upon the discharge
of their official duties at noon yesterday:
District Attorney Frank F. Kelly—
James McLachlin, Assistant District At
torney for Pasadena and vicinity ; G. L.
Morgan for Santa Ana and vicinity;
Richard R. Tanner for Santa Monica and
vicinity; Byron M. Marble, C. C. Mc-
Comas, Jesse Hardesty, J. A. Donnell,
for Loa Angeles county.
County Clerk C. H. Dunsmoor—Dep
uties, F. B. Fanning, J. M. Dunsmoor,
M. J. Ashmore, A. N. Hamilton, H. W.
Edelman, F. E. Dowry, A. G. Mappa,
C. G. Keyes, C.W. Blake, A. B.Whitney.
D. E. Adams, W. D. Rogers, C. W. Uck
hart, L. J. Thompson.
Sheriff! Martin A?uirrt—Under Sheriff,
A. M. Thornton ; Deputies, H. B. Abila,
A. B. Lawson, Dennis Kearney, J. A,
Aguirre. P. M. Darcy, A. M. Burnham,
H. S. Chappelear, J. C. Cline, J. C.
Wray, W. A. Hammell, C. L. Hunter.
County Recorder John W. Francit—
Deputies, D. E. Barclay, John Torrey,
Jr., W. S. Marchant, George Bugbee, J.
W. Myers, W. F. X. Parker.
Tax Collector Robert K. Piatt—Depu
tiep, Victor H. Pernot, Jas. D. Gilchrist,
Geo. Munroe, Al. Cobler, Chas. H. Gor
ham, Thoe. F. Smith, Harry W. Cole.
County Treasurer.!. Banbury—Deputy,
T. J. Fleming.
Auditor D. W. Hamlin — Deputy
Frank Lauterio.
Constable of Santa Monica township,
Frank Benedict—Deputy, J. S.Donahue.
Constable Fred C. Smith—Deputies,
E. McCullough, Chas. Schrader. C. E.
Huber, W. H. Cline, W. H. Hunter, J.
L. Rogers, George O. Vail, I.W.Lootnis,
H. C. Vignes, A. L. Smith.
Constable H. 8. Clement—Deputies,
F. L. Keely, W. M. Turner, H. G.
Mathewson, D. F. Douglass, J. P. Elms,
J. Kershaw, G. P. McKeag, F. F.
McCarty, W. W. Freeman, Harry
Johnston.
An Insane Asylum.
Editor of Southern California Practi
tioner:
Dear Sir—l was pleased to see in the
October number an editorial agitating
the provision for tbe care of the insane
in the southern part of our State. The
point which you make in regard to the
danger to a patient suffering from
maniacal excitement being taken a jour
ney of 500 miles on the cars is a strong
one. I have seen a number of cases that
staited from home in a condition of
simple mania converted into cases of
acute delirious mania terminating quickly
in death by a journey of less than 300
miles. Even where the ill effects of the
journey are not so marked, the exhaus
tion and excitement necessarily incident
to a jonrney of twenty-four hours on the
cars inevitably diminishes tbe probab'li
ties of recovery and adds unnecessary
hardships to their already unhappy lot.
In the lowa asylums I found that the
counties near the asylum furnished tbe
largest proportion of patients, and that
the percentage of recoveries among these
was larger than among those from more
distant localities. The principal reasons
for this are, first, a well managed asylum
begets confidence in the communities
near enough to it to allow frequent visit
ing and inspection, hence their patients
are sent in the early and curable stages
of insanity and not after they have be
come so violent as to be utterly unman
ageable at home, or so demented and
helpless as to be a permanent burden to
their friends or the State; second, the
injurions effects of a long and exhaust
ing journey are eliminated.
People who would not hesitate to send
their insane friends fifty or even one
hundred miles away for treatment may
well delay deciding to send them five
hundred miles, where it will be next to
impossible to visit them and where the
unfortunate may not see a familiar face
for weeks oreven months. It is probably
a low estimate to place the population of
the seven southern counties of this Stat*
at 250,000, and the average distance
from the county seats of these seven
counties to the asylums at Napa must be
THE LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD: TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 8. 1889.
over five hundred miles, and nearly so
great to Stockten. I venture to assert
that in no other civilized land is so large
a population so isolated frox its insate
asylums.
Through the courtefy of the Superin
tendents of the asylums at Napa and
Stockton, I learn that from January Ist
to December 18th of this year C 1&88) 120
patients were sent from the seven
southern counties to these asylums.
Think of it I One hundred and twenty
sick people were obliged to go from 400
to 600 miles each in order to receive pro
per treatment, and yet we boast that
our State stands in the front ranks of the
nineteenth centuary progress. We be
lieve that for the sake of suffering
humanity a hospital for the insane should
be established in this portion of the
State, and statistics can readily be
produced which will show it to be good
policy for the State from an economic
standpoint.
We trust, Mr. Editor, that you will
continue the agitation of the matter, and
that the members of the Legislature at
its coming session will take active steps
in that direction. Very truly yours,
H. G. Bratnbrd, M. D.
237 south Spring street.
Dr. Brainerd was for ten years Assist
ant Superintendent of the State Hospital
for the insane at Independence, lowa, is
Professor of Diseases of the Mind and
Nervous System and is an acknowledged
authority on this and kindred subjects.—
[The Southern California Practitioner
for January.
IMPORTS AMD EXPORT*.
Statement Of the Bnslness At San
Pedro Dorlnc 1888.
The following statement was kindly
furnished to the Herald yesterday by
Mr. W. H. Moulthrop, the Southern Pa
cific agent at San Pedro:
IMPORTS.
Tonnage received at the Port of San
Pedro during the year 1888:
Totals .. 157.749.22o! 42.740; 492,4. r >H 108,437 6 350 1,500 85; 100 314
Total Custom House collections from all sources for the year, $107,093 97
Vessels arriving from foreign ports: 55 ships. 39 barks, 3 schooners. 8 steamers.
Vessela arriving from domestic ports: 9 ships, 20 barks, 322 schooners, 580 (-.earners, 39
[barkentlnes, 11 brigs. Total number of arrivals for the year, 1,092 ves«els. i
119,959
128,274
99,535
93,285
51,405
January
February
March
April
May .. ..
June
July
August
September .
October
; November. .
December
>l
I
Mouths.
Lumber,
Feet.
B. Tlea
From Domest,-' Ports.
Tons
Cement
Feoh Forkion Ports.
::::::
• "85
'314 i
■xroßtt.
Tonnage forwarded from the Port of San
Padro during the year 1888: >
imi '. '. . . .
ember .
iber....
1
uary ...
jh
340,965
1,175,380
143,505
250,590
143.280
348,660
39.000
76.710
58,120
145.490
1.012,010,
a.
35,650
©
125,545
361,510
204,440
84.340
128,700
'142,300
262.190
CO
i
124,770'
400,980
o
O
f x
BICAPnrJLATIOH.
1 one Tone
Imports—
Lumber and ties, 173,
--507,876 feet 289.1 SO
Other freight 42,746
Experts— 331 ,926
Freight, 17,956,74(1 pounds 8.978
Totsl :»40,904
Pullman Passengers.
The following Pullman passengers left
yesterday for San Francisco and the
East:
By the 1:30 p. m. train—Mr. Duffin,
Miss C. Tow, C. Hartman, Mr. Lomax,
E. W. Caswell, Joe Unruh, MiBS Walters,
Mr. Tomson, W. E. Dennison, Miss
Wellman, Glen Spence, Mr. Fairchild.
By the 10:30 p. m. train —Mrs. Ham
mond, A. C. Gall, C. O. Livingston, J.
A. Parsons, G. 8. Knapp, G. McNight,
W. 8. Lyons, E. E. Hayes, A. W.
Thompson, J. F. Heywood, Mark Mc-
Donald, H. H. Adder.
Wo are informed that hams of an in
ferior quality are being offered for aale
by certain merchants in this city, who
represent them to be genuine "Lilly"
bams. Do not be deceived; see that
every ham you buy is branded the
"Lilly."
Hotel Arcadia, Santa Monica.
This popular seaside resort will be opened
January 3rd. J. W. Scott, Lessee.
Latest designs in white, gold and silver
mouldings for picture framing. Chas. F.
Sloane ACo 320 S. Spring street.
The Best and Lightest Bread
Is made from Crown Flour.
Notary Public and Commissioner
For New York and Arizona, G. A. Dobinson
134 West Second street, Hollenbeck Block.
Good Health and Appetite
Always follow the continued use of Crown
Flour.
Deafness, Noises in the Ears.
Dr. Slocum, No. 320 South Main itrret.
Diseases of the eye, ear, throat and noae exclu
sively. Free oonaultation from 9a.m.to 5 p m.
"Paint your bug»y for $1," at Mathews.
Decrease Your Doctor's Bills
By using Crown Flour.
Hotel ArcacHat Kama Monica,
Will open January 3rd. J. W. ScoTr, Lessee.
MBBIOAL.
DR. STEINHART'S
Essence of Life I
Sold in Europe for 17 years and 13 years oc
the Pacific Coast
aHP*Thls great strengthening icmedy and
nerve tonic cures without fall Nervous and Phys
leal Debility. Exhausted Vitality, Involuntary
Weakening Drains upon the System no matter
In what manner they may occur; Weakness.
Lost Manhood In all its eomplicatioUi, aud all
the evil afreets of yoathfnl foUles and ex
cesses. Also impure conditions of tie blood,
pimples and eruptions.
Price—s2.so per bottle, In liquid or pills, or 5
for $10.
DR. STEINHART,
109 N. Vf. Cor. First anal Spring •».,
Room 13, opposite Nsdcau House.
Omci Hocas—9 a.m. to 3r. M.: 6 t07:3 •p. at.
Sunday—lo to 1 o'clock.
N. B.—For theeonvenience of patients, aud in
order to insure perfect secrecy, I have adopted
a private address, under which all packages are
forwarded.
THE KNIFE BIJII CO!
DR.'^
Diseases of V omen a Specialty
CHKONIC DP ::aBEB A SPECIALTY.
RECTAL TJLCEU \TTON, CATARRHAL CON
ditionsol tiv RECTUM and INTESTINAL
TRACT poison tlie blood, interfere with diges
tion and aesim nation, producing to-called
CONSUMPTION. By removing tho cause we
continue to cure this when all others fatL
T>ILEB, FISTULA, FISSURE, RECTAL UL-
X cers, cured wthout Cutting, LI gating, Burn
ing or Swallowing Medicine, by DR. A. W.
BRINKF.RHOFF'B Sure and Painless System of
operating. No chloroform or ether used.
ffa>—More than 150,000 operations and not
one death.
jjajT-Hhnn the old, painful carbolic treat
ment—lt is dangerous. Consultation free.
C. EDGAR SMITH, M. D.
Removed to cor. Main and Seventh street,
Rnbarts' block. n3O-3m
txTthe UNFOBTUNATE.
its f o rms.'Serni ii a 1 i/e ak
ness, Impotency and Lost Manhood permanent
ly cured. The sick and afflicted should not fall
•o call upon him. The Doctor h»« tr»v«lpd ex
tenslvelv in Europe' and inspected thoroughly
the varions hospitals there, obtaining a great
deal of valuable information, which he is com
petent to Impart to those in need of his services.
The Doctor cures where others fail. Try him.
DR. GIBBON will make no charge unless he
effects a cure. Persons ate distance CURED AT
HOME. All communications strictly confiden
tial All letters answered in plain envelopes,
Bend ten dollars for a package of medicine.
Call or write. Address DR. J. F. GIBBON, Box
1957, San Francisco, Cal.
Mention Loa Angeles Hibald. dlOtf
Radical Cure
FOB
RUPTURE
NEVER |Ko Knife.
I
FAILURE ■ No Cbloroform.
OR I
DEATH. | No Pain.
Only Surgeon operating thus in Htatfl.
Over 500 Operations a Success
Can refer to many cases in city.
Appointments made at a distance.
FREE CONSULTATION.
DRS. D. & B.
Los Angeles, Cal.
40:., N. Spring St. jaltf
DRUNKENNESS
Or tbe Liquor Habit Positively
Cured by Administering Dr.
Haines' Colden Specific.
It can ba given in a cup of coffee or tea
without the knowledge of the peison taking
it; is absolutely harmless and will effect a
permanent and speedy cure, whether the
patient is a moderate drinker or au alco
nolle wreck. Thousands of drunkards have
been made temperate men who have taken
Golden Specific in their coffee without tbelr
knowledge, and to-day believe they qnlt drink
ing of their own free will. IT NEVER FAILS.
Tho system once impregnated with the Specific
it becomes an utter impossibility for tbe liqno
appetite to exist. For sale by B. W. Ellis 4 Co,
Druggists, 127 S. Spring St., Los Angeles.
myfl-eod-dAwklv ly
FRENCH CHARLEY'S
OCCIDENT STABLES,
(100 S. MAIN BT, foot of Third St.)
LOB ANGELES.
Buggies and Carriages, Ladles' Saddle Horses,
etc., always in Readiness for Careful
Customers.
Horserfßought and Sold, Boarded and Kept at
Reasonable Rates.
F.:A. URBAN, Prop
Telephone 163- jaOtf
NOTICE. *
For Sale, Cheap, For Cash,
—ONg OF THK LARGEST —
HOTEL RANGES
Made by Bakor Iron Works; cost $105: and two
of a medium size,#loo each; also one Bt. Louis
Bund Range.
W H. LEVY.
SECOND-HAND DEALER,
118 to 118 Upper Main Street.
dS-lm
LION & SONS
OFFER SPECIAL PRICES AT
PRESENT TO
CARPET BUYERS.
miscf.i uanfous
The Sun that Dims the Stars.
THE NEW HIGH-ARMED IMPROVED
Davis Vertical Feed Sewing Machine
OFFICE: 22 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
Head Office for the DAVIS SEWING MACHINE for Southern California. Every Davis Sewing
Machine warranted for 10 years. Sold on Easy Timo Payments of $5 per month
at 22 South Main street, Los Angeles.
Awarded First P'ize at Los Angeles Fair 188 C I First Prise lor best and most durable Fam-
Californla State Fair, Sseiamento 18S0 ity Sewing Machine, Los Angeles Fair. 1887
Downey Fair 1886 I First Prize, Santa Barbara Fair 1888
Santa Barbara Fair 1886 First Prise, Pomological Fair, Los Angeles 1888
Silver Medal, Ban Francisco Mechanics' First Prize, Agricultural Fair, Sot Angeles 1888
Fair. 1886| jal tv frl&sun tf
Thosewhohaveused *Vß
I k _ J L I*- ""jafl VOUI. li I giving satis faction, and a customer with Bron-
I/J] U BH ft I ohttis says it is the only remedy that gives in
'HR|jvV"^~ v ' Havp" * * * he pleasure to inform yoo
. raSSc v 1\ >-/ >; \J> j ndVCthat yonr preparations are meeting
:^3/ Jgr ! with large sales. ••»•••* We hoar
n ft' .■ Nothing but praise l a T^
f = ' ' 'hem."—Naacawen A Co., Druggists, Vlsalla,
That it will accomplish the end desired in all
j[ fit, ' affections of the Throat and Lungs and you not
yr-. « r~\ 17 /7tj It will only Will not be without it yourself,
;V 'FjLSbSv IK I ifvJl (I r> OT/^~~y : sZ- f< "ill but will recommend it to others, as
IJ, Jj,\l! ' thousands have donewhohavetriedoverything
is » .. „ . i else In vain, money Is no object where health if
'MlO MSUMPT W5l Convince you
\\M ll\i!&*ii><i v \fi " 4 pnrchafe a remedy that will stand between yon
If CJ m f., Q B rt . i .«I/ C and one of the most dreaded of human ills.
(QbRES/^SfHAjV.V Is prepared only by tho ABIETINE MEDICAI
n n VkiT 1 <! ' - C\. CO., Oroville. California.
„ "sE'vfTHROA" ' ' A»»r-ClrcuUrs sent free, containing detailed
*i,un&s-s;KG»/i« dcscr,ptioll -
S«a>ci ? SANTA. A±3lJb;
For Sale by C. H. HANCE, 77 and 79 North Spring Street,
F. W. BRAUN & CO.,
WHOLESALE AGENTS. sB-12m LOS ANGELES,
Furnish Your Home
FROM THE
LARGEST STOCK.
Cabinets, Divans,
Pedestals, Chairs,
Writing Desks, Sofas,
Music Stands, Mirrors,
Kasels, Rugs,
Screens, Portieres,
REED AND RATTAN CHAIRS
In all kinds of woode, any style of finish. In
endless variety.
WE CARRY EVERYTHING FOUND IN A
FIRST-CLASS ESTABLISHMENT
IN THE LINE OF
FURNITURE,
Oarpetings. ©ligLdLes,
Curtains and Draperies.
Los Angeles Furniture Company,
259—261 N. MAIN ST., opposite Baker Block.
dl 3 lm
PACIFIC COAST AOENGV IOU
FRANK HENDERSON,
KALAMAZOO, MICH., Manufacturer of
Society Regalia, Costumes, Paraphernalia and Uniforms,
The Finest Goods in the Market.
Olve us a trial and you will have no cause to regret having done so.
F. H. COY, Manager, 118 W. First St.. Los Angeles
P. O. BOX 3,191. d2o3m
REAL ESTATE.
New Subdivision
FRONTING ON
FIGUEROA, WASHINGTON AND
OCEAN STREETS.
LOTS FOR SALE
AT
OK PER CENT LESS .),
£U THAN ADJOINING PROPERTY. ZD
Tke surroundings of this tract are already tbe
finest lv the oity, and
MR. L VT. HBLLMAN
Reserves three lots for a HANDSOME RBBI
DENCE, which, when completed, will far sur
pass anything at present built here.
MP-These lots hare never before been of
fered for sale.
EASY TKi'.M -: LOMS TIME!
LOW INTEREST!
Apply t*
C. A. SUMNER & CO.
54 North (Wain St.
dl7tl
For Sale or EichaDge.
A Southern California Home,
I",ORSALEOR EXCHANGE—A SOUTHERN
California home and farm; an improved 20
-acre ttact in the highest ►tate of cultivation, iv
Tustin, Los Angeles county. Cal. The property
consists ot one acre in navel oranges, which sell
for $4 to $5 per box. and are very choice; one
acre blackberries, which bring 10 cents per
pound; lour acres apricots: five a n. French
ptnnee; one acre alfalfa; seven acres corn; bal
ance in different fruits enough lor family use.
The trees are six years old and coming into fine
bearing, and all are of the best kinds. The
soil is a fine chocolate loam of great depth and
cannot be surpassed for richness The A, T.
A Santa Fe and 8. P. roads both hate their
stafons in the vicinity, thus giving easy access
to sll markets. There 1b a plain, cheap cot
tage of nine rooms aud bath with closet; a
large barn and well Twenty shares of water
stock go with the place. There is abundance
of water for Irrigation. The climate is all that
one could wish for. There are good school snd
church privileges. The bare laud adjoining
was sold last year for $330 per ace, and the
land opposite was sold iv lots for 11,000 per
acre. A family can make money livlngjon the
place.
Tustin Is distant two m lies from SantA Ana
and thirty miles soutu from Los Angeles. Two
trains run daily to Santa Ana from Los Angeles.
A horse-car line runs between Tustin and Santa
Ana This property is about 10 minutes walk
from tbe bank and postoffice in Tustin. This
place is offered only on account of non-resi
dence, and is one of the best pieces of land In
tbe beautiful Santa Ana valley.
Inquire for Mrs Hngthrop or Mrs. Crafts, whs
live near the postoffice, and they will show any
one who desires to examine the property.
Lands iv San Joaquin valley, or business
property in any large Eastern city, or desirable
mining properly in Arizona for a larger
amount will be taken in exchange. Pries,
if 9,000. Anplyto W. J. b o N.N',
410 Montgomery st., San Fraucicoo, Cal.
RAMONA I
The Gom of the San Gabriel Valley.
Only Three Miles from City Limits of Lot
Angeles.
Property of Snn Gabriel Wine Co..
original Owners.
LOCATED AT SHORB'S STATION,
On line of 8. P. R. R. and San Gabriel
Valley Rapid Transit R. R ~
From 10 to 15 minutes to the Plaza, Los An
geles City.
CHEAPEST SUBURBAN TOWN LOTS,
VILLA BITES, OB
ACREAGE PROPERTY.
POPULAR HEMS.
P TJREST SPRING WATER,
Inexhaustible quantities guaranteed.
Apply at Office of
BAN GABRIEL WINE CO.,
Ramona, Los Angeles county, Cal.
Or to J. M. TIERNAN. Ramona. j7tf
NEW BARGAINS.
FIOUEROA STREET, corner Diamond
street—loox2oo $4,000
FIGUEROA STREET, corner Simpson
street—l3ox26o 3,500
FLOWER STREET, between Conrthouse
and First streets, street and lot
graded—6oxlos 2,350
BIBTERB OF CHARITY TRACT, six
lots—so feet front each, for all 6,000
NINTH STREET, between Willow and
Holmes streets, cottage, four rooms,
hard finish, lawn, etc.—Lot 52x155 to
alley 4.500
VENTURA STREET, between Logan
btreet and Vernon avenue, house on
rear of lot, two stories, fi re rooms-
Lot 55x120 2,500
MONTAGUE STREET, 150 feet from
' Bain, house two stories, nine rooms,
hard finish, all modern conveniences,
cement walk—Lot 50x125 3,600
Forty acres in CALIFORNIA CO-OP
KRATIVE COLONY, per acre 60
For tbese and many otber bar*
Bains, see
POMEROY & GATES,
18 COURT STREET.
Los Angeles and Sao Diego
REAL ESTATE AGENCY,
Northwest corner First and Fort
street.
(Board of Trade Building).
Have for Sale—
Alfalfa Lands, Fruit Farms, Stock Farms and
Rauches.
Hundreds of Choice Dwelling Houses and
Lots.
Have for Rent—
A long list of houses in every part of the oity.
Have for Loan
Money in sums to suit.
JOHN C. FLOURNOY,
dl4tf Secretary.
MANTBR & WILSON,.
OF DELANO, KERN CO., SAL.,
—HAYE —
SEVERAL THOUSAND ACRES
First-Class Alfalfa Land
WITHIN THE ARTESIAN BELT,
IN KERN AND TULARE 00FNT1K8,
FOR SALE AT VERY LOW PRICES.
Come and see, and you will not go awsy with
out purchasing. d 22 3m*
Won SALE,
THE
Deste Tract,
On Washington Street, about Two
Miles West of Oity,
DIVIDED*]NTO ONE AND FIVE ACRE LOTS,
Terms reasonable. Apply to
E. DESTE,
dS7tf 423 W. SEVENTH ST.

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