GUILTY OF MANSLAUGHTER
•Ika Verdict In tne Graaal Murder
The trial of Charles Orassi came to an
end yesterday afternoon. The de fendant
testified on his own behalf as follows:
Monroy and I were engaged in loading
railroad ties. I and another Italian were
complaining of the work. After working
a while the deceased came and ordered a
certain tie to be placed in the car. I
dbjecteu, M he could, take it as well as
I. He then grabbed me by the waist
and used vile language. He said be
would kill me if I did tot take tioia C
the tie. He struck me. Another
man also began to beat me. I tried
to get away, but failed, as deceased
was much stronger than I. I concluded
it necessary to defend myself, and drew
my knife and cut him on the left side
Monroy was so angry that he did nol
feel the first cut and continued to stnk<
me. The second cut—the one on th(
neck—Monroy received was caused bs
his leaning over on me and coming ir
contact with the knife. He then let m<
go and I put up my knife. I did no
strike Monroy after he let go of my arm
nor did I pursue him.
Argument by the counsel in the casi
commenced at 11 o'clock and at 3 o'clocl
the jury retired to deliberate. The jnr;
returned * verdict of guilty of man
a railroad fraud.
A Caution for Aaente and Dualnan
Agent Amos Bmr, of the Vanderbilt
system, received yesterday the appended
circular from Mr. Carlton C. Crane, the
representative of the company in Port
land, Ore. Accompanying it was a letter
stating that the individual referred to
was working the coast, and would prob
ably turn up in Los Angeles in the course
of a few days. The warning was as fol
* oWß Portland, Ore, January 19,1889.
Our attention has been called to a
party representing himself as R. H. Hill,
Traveling Passenger Agent for the Lake
Shore and Michigan Southern Rail
way, having cards to that effect,
giving no location. He signs himself R.
H. Hill, Ohio. I would say for your in
formation that this party is a fraud. He
also claims to be the son of Addison
Hills, assistant to the President of the
Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Rail
way. He evidently fails to notice the
difference in the names, he claiming hie
name to be Hill, and at the same time
the son of Mr. Hills. He is quite
shrewd and carries two or three annual
passes; also telegrams and letters. His
rascality was discovered here yesterday,
and the police are now on his track; but
it is quite evident, from all appearances,
that he has left town. We find that his
cards were printed here at a local print
ing establishment. His rascality beiDg
discovered immediately, it presented no
opportunity to defraud either the rail
road or hotel people here.
"Carlton C. Crank,
THE SANTA MONICA ROAD.
It Will All Be Finished This
Mr. Spillman, the contractor for the
Los Angeles and Pacific road stated yes
terday that the surfacing on the new line
to Santa Monica will be completed this
week and tbe road ready for operations.
Inquiry was then made at the offices of
the company as to when trains would
commence running, and Superintendent
Shaw stated that the date had not been
fixed. The directors may possibly desire
to start the road up at once, but then
again as there is not much travel to the
seaside at this season of the year they
may think it advisable to postpone the
commencement of operations a little
A Traffic Trouble.
Mr. C. F. Meek, General Manager of
the Denver, Fort Worth and Texas Road,
passed through the city yesterday en
route to San Francisco. His visit there is
in connection with an important move
that has just taken place in the railway
history of the coast; one which may
probably lead to a dispute between the
Santa Fe and Southern Pacific.
By the terms of a traffic arrangement
entered into between the Southern Pacific
aud Santa Fe whereby the Atchison had
the use of the Souhern Pacific's tracks
into San Francisco for its freight cars, the
Santa Fe undertook to keep out of the
Southern Pacific's territory in the south
eastern part of the country, that is, in the
Louisiana and Texas district. The Santa
Fe has, however, just closed a traffic con
tract with the Denver and Fort Worth
Road, and as this last named line oper
ates between New Orleans and Denver,
complications are liable to arise, as the
Denver road will be competing with the
Southern Pacific and sending its freight
north by the Santa Fe. The officials of
all the roads interested see the tine point
that they will have to contend with, but
are keeping very mute as to the probable
outcome of the affair.
Tired of l.lfe.
Mr. Jay D. Vanßuren.of the Herald,
who has just returned from Washington
Territory, witnessed a very tragic affair
while crossing the Columbia river from
Kalama on a transfer boat, on his way
here. The boat was well filled with pas
sengers, and one of them, in the attire of
a workingman, was noticed to remove
his coat, and then throw his hat into the
river. He then climbed onto the rail,
and before anyone could reach him,
plunged into the water. Life preservers
were thrown after him and a rescue
boat manned and sent out as soon as
possible, but the suicide had disappeared
before he could be reached. From papers
found in his coat it was seen that his
name was George Knight. Despondency
was the cause of the deed.
The A. and P.'s New Bridge.
Mr. L. A. Grant, of the firm of Grant
Bros., the railroad contractors, who did
a good deal of the work on the California
Southern, and who are now employed on
the Atlantic and Pacific's new bridge
over the Colorado river, was in town
yesterday- He said that the work is
progressing favorably, and that the new
piece of track will be ready by the Ist of
March. The Atlantic and Pacific are do
ing the bridge-work themeelves and will
also do the tracklaying, the Grant butfit
■imply preparing the approaches and do
ing the grading. _____
A Hallroad fllen'a Club.
An athletic club ia being organised by
the Southern Pacific's employees in this
city and the trainmen are interesting
themselves a good deal in it, ss it will be
a pleasant place to pass their leisure
moments between runs. A half 80x23
with alB foot ceiling has been obtained
for the purpose in the Ludnum xMock on
San Fernando street, and will be fitted j
THE LOS AIfGKLUS DAILY HERALD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 23. 1889,:
up immediately. Messrs. P. H. Mundy
and J. W. Vane have undertaken the
work of organizing the affair and are
leaving nothing undone that can ensure
A Phillips Excursion Arrives from
A Phillips excursion arrived last even
ing over the Santa Fe. The members
of the party expressed themselves aa
much pleased at the trip. Following is
list of the excursionists;
Tot Ban Francisco—G D Clymer, X
Jacobs, Goodland, Ind.; Mrs A M Clark,
Chicago; Frank Hay, Stanford, Conn ;
H B Philbrick, Hartford, Conn; Mrs J
M Johnson, Miss Ivy Johnson, Master
Harry Johnson, San Francisco; Mr
and Mrs D H Aldrich, Concord, N H;
Brand Mrs Crawford, Lawrence, Macs;
Rev 0 N Flounders and family, New
port, N H; Wm Jackson and wife,
Wilmington, Mass; Miss Mamie Barry,
Boston; Miss Rose McLuskey, Boston;
J S Allyn, New York City.
For Sacramento—Ma and Baulieze
Haller, Atlantic, Iowa; James H
Garvin, Fairfield, Me; W H
Brown, Boston; A B Walker,
wife and daughter, Fryeburg, Me;
For StocktoE—Miss M A and L Thomp
son, Chicago; Mrs Comfort and daughter,
Wm Foster, Palatine, 111.
For Santa Cruz—Davis Ewerton, Mon
mouth, Me; H C Kidder, F H Cook,
For Woodland—Ferdinand Barnes,
Warren, R I.
For Newman—Roecoe Kimball, Lin
For Delano—Mrs D A Cole, Rochester
For San Buenaventura—W H Skellen
ger and fnmily, Jersey City, N J.
For Saticoy—Miss M L Bithen, Houl
For Ontario—J Osborne, London,
For San Bernardino—Mies Laura Dun
can, Altoona, Pa.
For Riverside—G F Snow, E M Chase,
For Sierra Madre—W T Garvie and
family. Fitchburg Mass.
For Pomona—F W Bace, Holyoke,
For Pasadena—Mrs Fred S vasey and
children, Milford, Mass; R W Williams,
Boston, Mass; Mrs 8 M Boot, Cohves,
NY; Miss Agnes E. Moorhead, Pasa
For San Diego—W J Allyn, Holyoke.
Mass; Miss L T Ames, Brooklyn, NY;
8 D Foss, Chicago, 111; H S Tuthill,
Canker, Kan; Mrs W Compagwon and
children, San Diego, Cal.
For Santa Monica—Mrs Van Allen and
children, Brooklyn, N Y.
For Los Angeles—Geo. W. Carter and
family, Lowell, Mass.; Adolph Young,
Sr., and family, Somerville, Mass.; R.
A. Bowles, Lisbon, N. H.; W. A. Boyd,
Dueßhore, Pa.; J. A. Bellman, Philadel
phia, Pa.; Arthur Race, Arthur Corby,
Carbondale, Pa.; B.R.Lockwwod,Boston;
W. O. Pitcher and wife, Portland, Me.;
Miss Augustus Lawson, Boston, Mass.;
Mrs. G. W. Trafcon, Somerset, Mass.;
Wm. Wood and wife, Brookline, Mass.;
Mies Cora Leach, Brewer, Me.; C. W.
Hill, Hartford, Conn.; Mrs. Adaline
Wright, Los Angeles, Cal.; Mrs. Frank
Sazton, Stratbury, Canada; James Ham
mond, Galesburg, lii.; G. M. Howard,
Four carloads of excursionists arrived
in the city early yesterday morning. The
ist has not yet been turned in by the
Company's traveling agent, but is prom
ised for to-morrow.
A special trainload of Phillips excur
sionists arrived in the city yesterday
evening over the Santa Fe.
A special vestibule train consisting of
six carloads of Raymond & Whitcomb
excursionists arrived in town over the
Southern Pacific yesterday. The tourists
left the East on theßthinst. and stopped
en route at New Orleans, El Paso,Tucson
and other points of interest. Their names
appeared in last Friday's Herald.
The Rock Island sent out an excursion
last night, one will leave over the U. P.
to-day,;and a Phillips Bros.' party to
Mr. Jay W. Adams, the Chicago and
Alton's representative here, has received
one of tbe Company's handsome and
comfortable excursion chairs of the latest
pattern. He has placed it on exhibition
in the window of his office, on Spring
One for the Shippers.
The railroads are determined to make
money this year if possible, and yester
day an order went into effect that
shippers will think as another "facer"
although certainly not a heavy one.
Heretofore merchants in this city when
desiring to order goods in the East could
by applying to the agent of the railroad
over which tbe consignment was to come,
have telegrams relating to the order sent
free of charge. Notification haß however
been received by tbe railroad men tbat
this courtesy is no longer to continue and
the shippers must pay for their own dis
Another Special Train.
It is said semi-officially that the Pull
man car works are building for the
Southern Pacific and Unicn Pacific a
train of passenger cars that will be the
exact duplicate of those that make up
the present Golden Gate special. The
object of their construction is said to be
the running of a "special" twice a week
between the coast and Omaha, and it is
announced that when the new train is
put on six months' excursion tickets will
be honored. It is expected that the new
train will be ready by February 15th.
The following Pullman passengers left
yesterday for San Francisco and the
By the 1:30 p. m. train—T. Hamilton,
W. A. Clinton. M. Hooper, G. Boardman,
L. W. Blum, H. Neil, M. Chandler, Mr.
Russell. S. O. Houghton, Mrs. M. A.
Price, L. Berdega, A.Todd, J. Cohn,Geo.
By to 10:30 r. m. train—A. L. Holt,
Mrs. Wagner, Mr. Morrow, M. Nadd, F.
E. Tadbrik, Mr. Jenkins, Mr. Bradsbaw,
F. W. Thompson, Mr. Barrett, Mr.
Snedaker, W. K. Smedberg.jMr. Barnett,
D. M. True.
The adoption of a line of second-class
tourist sleeping cars on the Southern Pa
cific system between this city and Chi
cago, wrs noted in these columns at the
time of their inanguration, about ten
months ago. As was expected the experi
ment has proved a very successful one,
and Mr. Denison, who put the cars on tbe
road, has determined to launch out still
further. Hereafter, therefore, the cars
will run through from San Francisco with
Books and Stationery Cheap.
Assignee sale, Oltnstoad & Wales,' 210
S. Main street.
The general baggage-agents arrived
yesterday according to schedule, and
have taken up their quarters at the
Nadeau. A Herald man had the pleas
ure of meeting several of them during
the course of the day, and iound every
one of them delighted with his California
experiences. A number of the visitors
will go on an excursion to Pasadena to
day, and on to-morrow's overland train
most of them will set out for their East
ern homes, as business will not permit
of an extended vacation at this time of
The news has been received by the
ticket agents here that cutting is going
on in San FrancUeo on Eastern rates. A
good deal of it is being done secretly, and
the railroad men up there have instruc
tions to meet any cut that may be made.
Up to the present time the war has not
been a severe one, the principal reduc
tion being of $8 on tickets to New York.
The contest will not extend to this city,
as there is an understanding among the
agents here that has never been broken,
even when disastrous wars have been
raging up North.
The Meat Market.
A good deal of stock is coming into
town from Arizona, about fifty carloads
a week being received by the Southern
Pacific. A dispatch yesterday from
Yuma stated that two special trains ot
cattle bound for Los Angeles had just
passed that point, and will therefore
arrive in town to-day. A trainload that
arrived yesterday will be sent down to
the Sentous spur to-day.
A tiaod Display.
A splendid exhibit of fruit is to be
seen in the Santa Fe offices on Spring
street. It consists of preserves and
fruits of all descriptions, one orange
weighing one pound three ounces, and
being 16 inches in circumference. The
display is an attractive one, and numbers
of Eastern visitors stood admiringly
scrutinizing it throughout the day.
We recommend the me of Angostura Bitters
to our friends who suiter with Oyspepsfa, but
only the genuine, manufactured by Dr. Siegert
Another Fall in Plunder.
The proprietors of tho Plunder Store,
10 North Main street, are determined
that their winter stock of clothing must
go. They have made immense reduc
tions this week in every Hue of clothing
in their establishment, as room must be
made for spring stock. They are offer
ing extraordinary bargains in men's and
boys' overcoats. They are selling very
good overcoats for $2.98, $3.48 and $3.98.
These goods must certainly have cost
more at the factory. They are offering
cassimere suits this week at $3.48 and
$4.98; English worsted suits, $5.98, and
four-button cutaway dress suite, $12.50.
I. Weinman & Co., proprietors of the
Plunder Store, 19 North Main street,
manufacture all their own clothing in
New York, which they offer to the Los
Angeles public direct from their factory,
thuß enabling them them to sell cheaper
than any competitor.
We are informed that hams of an in
ferior quality are being offered for sale
by certain iueruuaVßtß in this city, who
represent them to be genuine "Lilly"
hams. Do not be deceived; see that
every ham you buy is branded the
Anyone wishing to purchase books,
stationery and notions at half their value
will do well to call at the store of Olni
stead & Wales,' 216 S. Main street. The
stock is selling at assignee's sale.
Dr. Howard, Bryson-Bonebrake
Diseases of throat and lungs and of the ner
vous system sucess fully t-eatedby the use of
oxygen inhalations, nitrogen-monoxide, osone,
etc. Hours, 10 to 12.2-5, 7-8. Telephone 1024.
Mahogany, Walnut, Cherry
And ebony stains and varnishes, at P. H.
Mathews', Second andLoa Angeles. Telephone
Elegant lunch 11 to l.The Resort, 121 8. Main.
Well cured—crop of '88. Seymour A Johnson
Everybody Uses Crown Flour.
Samples free at grocers.
Hotel Arcadia, Santa Monica
Open for the season. J. W. Bcott, Lessee.
Cannot Be Excelled.
■Srown Flour always the best.
Decrease Your Doctor's Bills
By using Crown Flour.
TENTS at Foy's harness Shop, 217LosAngelcs
Open All Night.
Godfrey <fc Moore, druggists, 12 Sonth bpring
street, opposite Hotel Nadeau.
When yon use Crown Flour.
Theo. Rapp, Wood Engraver,
No. 10 Court street, room 9. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Reasonable prices.
Best gilt-edge roll at Beymour & Johnson Co.'s.
Elegant lunch 11 to 1, The Resort, 121 s. Main.
A superior California roller Hour. Beymour
& Johnson Company.
Vienna A McGregor. 134 North Main streets
THE KNIFE MUST HOI
DR. A. W. BRINKERHOFF.
Diseases of Women a Specialty
CHRONIC DISEASES A SPECIALTY.
RECTAL ULCERATION, CATARRHAL COX
ditious of tbe RECTUM and INTESTINAL
TRACT poison the blood, interfere with diges
tion ana assimilation, producing so-called
CONSUMPTION. By removing the cause we
continue to cure this when all others fail.
PILEB, FISTULA, FISSURE, RECTAL UL
cers, enred wlthont Cutting,Llgating, Burn
ing or Swallowing Medicine, by DR. A. W.
BRINKKRHOFF'B Bare and Painless System ot
operating. No chloroform or ether used.
Mr-More than 150,000 operations and not
CsP-Shun the old, painfnl carbolic treat
ment—it Is dangerous. Consultation free.
C. EDGAR SMITH, M. D.
Removed to cor. Main and gerenth street,
Robarta' block. «30-3 m
HERE WE ARE AGAIN!
CUNNINGHAM & CO.,
H. H. MATLOCK & SON"
WILL RUN A
GRAND: EXCURSION: TO: RIVERSIDE
ON THURSDAY, JANUARY 24th,
TO ATTEND THE
Important Auction Sale of the TIBBITS TRACT
112 ■ Beautiful Residence Lots - 112
This charming piece of property is situated in the very heart of Riverside's residence
portion, and is surrounded by beautiful homes and the finest orange orchards in Southern
California; the ripe, golden fruit is a sight to behold; also being on the great and beauti
ful Magnolia Avenue and on the Riverside and Arlington street-car line. Therefore we
say nothing better can be had. Large lots, artesian water piped to each lot under pres
sure. Two hundred and sixty feet to each lot.
Our contract is to sell the 112 lots. No reserve. Plenty to eat; plenty to drink;
a general good time in store for all who attend. Make no mistake. Go with this
Terms ot sale, price of tickets, etc., made known in this space in a few days. Call
at the office of the Auctioneers, 13 North Main street, for further information.
The Special Train will leave i irst-street Depot at 9 a. m. on Thursday, via Santa Ana
and Orange. Tickets for round-trip, including lunch, $2; for sale at H. H.Matlock & Son's.
U B. MATLOCK if SON, CDNNINGHAM & CO., Apt,
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Room 11, opposite Nadeau Honsc.
LO3 ANGELES, CAL.
Office Houes—9 a.m. to 3 r m.; 6 to 7 r.H.
Sanday—lo to 1 o'clock.
Gonorrhoea and skin diseases treated and snred
by a graduated specialist. Office hours from
10 to 11, at 109, northwest corner First and
Spring, room 12. Advice and treatment by
mail. Address, SPECIALIST.
D. S. WALTON & CO ,
New York Building-,
132 and 134 Franklin St.,
Will quote prices and furnish samples through
their agent. WILLIAM T. ANTHONY, 112 Com
mercial street, Los Augeles, or 407 Commercial
street, San Francisco.
We refer to FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Los
Angeles; M. A. NEWMARK & CO., Wholesale
Grocers; HELLMAN, HAAS & CO.; H. .TEVNK,
Merchant Grocer; EARL FRUIT CO.; W. R.
STRONG & CO.; CHAS. J. BHEPPARD*;
GERMAIN FRUIT CO ; COOK & LANGLEY;
O. T. JOHNSON, owner of Westminster Hotel;
PEOPLES' STORE (Hamburger ci Son); J. T.
BHEWARD, Dry Goods, etc.; MEYER LEWIS
<4 CO., tbe Popular Boot and Shoe House, or
anyone elee who has been in business here the
last six years. jal7 24*
(100 8. MAIN BT, foot of Third Bt.)
Buggies and Carriages, Ladies' Saddle Horses,
etc., always in Readiness for Careful
Horses Bonght and Sold, Boarded and Kept at
F.IA. URBAN, Prop
Telephone 163 Jafltf
Fine Citrus Fruit Land!
Will be given to parties desiring to plant either
rimis or deciduoas fruit or Tines, on favorable
Cnramouga Land dc Imp't Co.,
Room 7, No. 11 lemnle St., Los Angeles, Cal
Whitewasher, Kalsominer and
General House Cleaner,
Is new reidy to do this kind of work wiih
promptness and dispatch.
Leave your orders at
150 Winston Street! Corner of Wall.
Tho Greatest Rheumatism Remedy on Record!
.A. New Discovery !
C. H Webb was a cripple and suffered for years'
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143 EAST FIRST STREET,
SOLE AGENT FOR SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
Price, Si per Bottle. jalO lm
THE LOfl ANGELES CITY WATER CO
will strictly enforce the following rale; The
hours for sprinkling are between 6 and 8
o'clock a. if. and 6 and 8 o'clock p. v. For a
violation of the above regalation tho water
will be shut off and a fine of two dollars will
be charged etore water will be tnrued on
BANK STATEMENTS. '
gTATEMENT OF THE CONDITION
TH E UNIVERSITY BANK
OF LOS ANGELES,
At th* close of business on December 31,1888.
Cash en hand $ 35,674 41
Cash due from banks fi1,057 03
Cashoncall 11,707 37
Loans 240,282 11
Furniture and fixtures 2.71177
Expenses and taxes paid 10,204 24
Total 9-307,630 93
Capital stock paid in $100,000 00
Undivided profits 37,717 22
Due bauka 119 45
Due depositors 229,800 26
Total ¥307,030 ua
Bt»ts op California, >
Couktv ok Los Angeles,)
R. M. Widney, President, and Georse L. Ar
nold, Cashier, of the University Bauk of Los
Augeles, being severally duly sworn, each for
himself, says the foregoing Statement iB truo to
the best of his knowledge and belief.
(seal.) R. M. WIDNEY, President.
GEO. L. ARNOLD, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2d
day of January. A. D. 1889.
GEO. J. CLARKE, Notary Public.
STATEMENT OF THE PAID-UP CAPITAL
FNIVBRSITY BANK OF LO3 ANGELES,
On December 31,1888.
Amount of Capital paid up in
United States gold coin 9100,000 00
Statb of California, j
COUKTT OF Lot ANOELBB,!
R M. Widney, President, and George L. Ar
nold, Cashier, of the University Bauk of Los
Angeles, being severally duly sworn, each
for himself, Bays the foregoing Statement is
true to the best of his knowledge and belief.
(seal.) R. M. WIDNEY, Preßideut.
GEO. L. ARNOLD, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 2d
day of January, A. D. 1889.
)a4tf GEO. J. CLARKE,Notary Public.
gWORN STATEMENT OF THB CONDITION
THE FARMERS' AND MERCHANTS' BANK
OF LOS ANGELES
At the close of bnslness December 31,1888.
Cash on hand ... .$2,004,684 09
Cash with Banks
York and Lon
don, 907.1E5 18
Total Available Cash $2,011 810 17
United Stat's 4 psr cent. and
other Government Bonds 182.787 65
Stocks and Warrants 56,818 02
Loans and Discounts 2,402,451 16
Real Estate, Vaults, Safe and Of
fice Furniture 11,607 30
Capital $500,000 00
Snrplns ... 500.000 00
Undivided Profits 264.464 49
Due Depositors 4 300,009 81
Dividends (declared and uncalled
for) 1,000 00
State of California, | „.
CttuNTY of Lob Anobles,)
Isaias W. Hellman and L. 0. Goodwin, being
first duly sworn, each for himself, doth depose
anrl say : That he is respectively the President
and Vice-President, oi the Farmers' and Mer
chants' Bank of Lob Angeles. That he has
examined the foregoing statement, and that
said statement is true and correct in all partic
ulars. and is to the best of their knowledge and
belief a true statement of the condition of the
affairs of tbe Farmers' and Merchants' Bank of
Lob Angeles at the lime herein above set forth.
(Signed) ISAIAS W. HELLMAN. President.
(Signed) L. C. GOODWIN, Vice-President.
Snbseilbed and sworn to before me this 4th
feigned) CHARLES WORTH,
]a 5 lm Notary Public.
We are the agents for the
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Cor. Main and Second sts., - - Lot,' Angeles
A Sontbern California Home,
FOR SALE OE EXCHANGE—A SOWTHERN
California home and farm; animprored 30
-acre tract in the highest state of cultivation, in
Tustin, Los Angeles county. Cal. The property
consists of 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; four acres apricots; five acres French
prunes; one acre alfalfa; seven acres corn; bal
ance iv different fruits enough for family U6e.
The trees are six years old and ooming into fine
bearing, and all are of the best kinds. The
■oil is a fine chocolate loam of great depth aud
cannot be surpassed for richness. The A. T.
& Santa Fe and 8. P. roads both have their
stations in the vicinity, thus giving easy access
to all markets. There la a plain, cheap cot
tage of nine rooms and bath with closet; a
large barn and well. Twenty Bhnres of water
stock go with the place. Thee is abundance
of water for irrigation. The climate is all that
one could wi-h for. There are good school and
church privileges. The bare land adjoining
was sold last year for $350 per acre, and the
land opposite was sold lv lots for 11,000 per
acre. A family can make money lirmg.ou the
Tustin is distant two milos from Santa Aua
and thirty miles south from Los Augeles. Two
trains run daily to Santa Ana from i osAngelee.
A horse-car line runs between Tustin and Santa
Ana. Thia property is about 10 minutes walk
from the bunk and postofflce in Tustin. This
place is offered only on account of non-resi
dence, aud is one oi the best pieces of land In
tbe beautifnl Santa Ana valley.
Inquire for Mrs Hagthrop or Mrs. Crafts, who
live near the postofflce, ana they will show any
one who desires to examine the property.
Lands in San Joaquin valley, or basinets
property in any large Eastern city, or desirable
mining property In Arizona for a larger
amount will be taken in exchange. Price,
$9,000. Apply to W. J. hUNN,
410 Montgomery St., San Francisco, Cal.
The Gem of the San Gabriel Valley.
Only Three Miles from City limits of Los
Property of San Cabrlei Wine (Jo.,
LOCATED AT SHORB'S STATION,
On line of 8. P. R. R. and Ban Gabriel
Valley Rapid Transit R. R ~
From 10 to 15 minutes to the Plaza, Los An
CHEAPEST SUBURBAN TOWN LOTS,
VILLA SITES, OR
PUREST SiPJKIJCG- WATiIK
Inexhaustible qnantitles guaranteed.
Apply at Office of
SAN GABRIEL WINE CO.,
Ramona, Los Angeles county, Cal.
Or to J. M. TIERNAN, Ramona. j7tf
OLIVE ST., bet. Seventh and Eighth—
cottage and 2 stores; lot 60x1G5 $10,000
WOLFSKILL AYE., cor. Gladys, bet.
Fourth and Fifth, Wolfjkill Orchard
Tract; 67x100 3,000
PALOMA ST.. Walnut Grove tract—Cot
tage, 5 rooms; oement walk; barn,
lot 52x142 1,275
SIXTH ST., bet. Wall and Earl—Box
100 or 100x100 per ft. 45
PEARL ST., bet. Temple and Boston—
HOPE ST., south ot Ptco—96xlss to
BURLINGTON AYE , bet. Seventh and ~
Eighth—soxlso to alley 1,950
SEVENTH ST.. bet. Union and Vernon
120x117 to alley 5,800
BRENT ST., bet. Temple and Beiievue—
For these and many more see
POMEROY & GATES,
16 COURT STREET.
Largest and newest list in the city.
MANTER & WILSON,
OF DELANO, KERN CO., CAL.,
SEVERAL THOUSAND ACRES
First-Class Alfalfa Land
WITHIN THB ARTESIAN BELT,
IN KERN AND TULARE COVHTUS,
FOR SALE AT TERT LOW PRICES.
Costs and see, and rem will not ge away with
out purchasing. d2B »m*
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