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• Weather Bureau.
Report of ohiorvations taken at Lol Angeles,
May 7, lRfl.1:
I*M. Bw. IThet.jBH'm WM Vol I
Sm. m 80 03 61 I N B joiondy
) p. m. ao.Ud 57 ! 88 i» 7 ICIoady
Hsxlmnm temperature, 7".
Minimum temperature, f>2.
Forecast for Southern California: Fair
weather, slight changes In temperature; wind i
tenerally westerly.
Charlae Tompson died yesterday at
534 Winston street of consumption.
It was a light day yeaterday in police
circles. Fonr drnnka and one v,igrant
were arrested, and the vagrant was a
Chinaman at tbat.
All parties who are contesting for th
conpon free ticket to Chicago are re
quested to meet at the Ilkrai.ii office or
Monday afternoon, at 4 o'clock p. m.,
for tbe purpose of selecting a committee
to_ count tbe votes. This will no donbr
meet tbe approbation of all concerned,
and will convince one anil all the the
contest will be squarely conducted.
The historical society ol Southern
California willfliold an adjourned meet
ing tbis evening in Justice Austin's
court room to consider amend
ments to the by-laws, to elect new mem
bers and todisenss measures for enlarg
ing tbe work of tbe society. The society
has recently received some valuable ac
cessions to its library.
The following building permits were
issued Saturday: Tom Zoiber, dwell
log, Wull etree't, *025; I, L. Rowan,
dwelliog, Twenty-Second, near Tuber
maun, $1750; Andrew Brlnold, dwell
ing, lowa street, $300; R 11. Jewell,
dwelling, Bonnie ftrae street between
Seventh and Klgbth, f21)00; .Joseph
Harrell, repairs on Nadeau hotel, corner
Spring aud Firat, 119000; A A. I if,kin-.
Santa Fe avenue between Seventh and
Cincinnati afreets, $400.
All competitors in tho coupon contest
are requested to hand in to tbe business
oilier of the Hkuam) what coupons they
have to date. Tbe names voted for will
be published from day to day. The time
for the closing of the contest is nenr and
no doubt there will be many running
neck and neck for the free round trip
ticket via tbe Southern Pacific, Union
Pacific and Chicago and Northwestern.
Send your coupons in ns fast as you get
tbem and tbe vote of each contestant
will be made known in every ii-sue up
to the time designated. Tbe winner he
ing announced on the morning of tbe
14th inst.
Notion to rrln tarsi
To a practical man who desires to
lease a first-class job office, which is
connected with n newspaper, with
evreything in readiness, whore it is not
necessary to purchase anything, nnd
where the rent will be low. To the
right party this in an unusually fine op
portunity. Address Job Office, post
ofliee box 505, city.
Messrs. H. Co. have se
cured tfie agency for the world-renowned
Pabst Bohemian beer, and have just
received the first carload of this cele
brated beverage, which thoy are bot
tling and also selling for draught. The
purity, age and strength of the Pabst
beer 1b approved by tbe constant and
enormooa demand for it; for in 1870
their sales were 37.J08 barrels, which
have increased from year to year, and
last year's sales were I,os2,s34'ebarrels,
and their full brewing capacity today is
2,000,000 barrels. Kins/up 103 for Pabst
Bohemian beer.
The best map of the city of Los Ange
les, containing an index to streetß and
giving location of railroad depots, busi
ness blocks, telegraph offices, etc., enn
be bought at the Hkiiald office for 25
cente, or it will be given as a present to
city subscribers on payment of three
months subscription in advance.
Co to F.binger's restanrant, best
French dinner and ordet house in tbe
city. Everything first-class. Attentive
white waiters. No Chinese employed.
Don't forget the place, S. W. corner
Third and Spring.
Over the grade of onr Inmber there ie
no qneetiom We will satiety you in
prices and quality. Let ne make you a
bid on your bill in writing. Willamette
Lumber Oo , 20-4 South Spriug atreet,
Loa Angelee.
Don't forget 0. A. Phelps's .lecture
tonight, at Turner hall. Subject: Civ
ilization That Civilizes. MArie De Ves
trali, the celebrated opera singer, will
appear in choice selections. Admission
Jnßt received, a new invoice of photo
graph frames in white metal; look like
and wear as long aa silver, at half the
price. Sanborn, Vail & 00., 133 South
Spring at.
We are now show ing a line of remarque
proof etchings at 75c each; alao a line of
frame photographs at the earns price.
Sanborn, Vail & Co., 133 S. Spring st.
For a good table wine order our Sonoma
Zinfandel at 50c per gal, T. Vache&Oo.,
cor. Commercial and Alameda. Tel. 309.
For choice meats and sausage, try
Louie Btreuber, 138 North Main street.
Tel. 160. Orders promptly attended to.
World'B fair spoon, basement Times
building. Call nnd pob it. Bring your
Mexican dollars and have one made.
Dr. Cronin of Chicago is now perma
nently located at 214 Weat Sixth Btreet.
Private diseases a specialty.
A fine lfne of gasoline stoveß, ice cream
freezer? and refrigerators at Paul's, 130
South Main street.
For bargains iv millinery go to Thurs
ton's, 201 South Main street, opp ibite
Prompt delivery of Lemn's extra pale,
$1.60 per dozen. Telephone 852.
Special discount sale of baskets and
blankets at Campbell's. See adv.
Drw»m»klr. ; : Dressmaking!
Mra. J. H Wallace, late of Obicago, is now
In charge of our : -oaauiakiUß parlora. Her 11 I
tlng is guarauieed pi rfuct, Bty;e aud Hn.sh
without equal; Ruiiiifirilnii 1b assured. Your
own materials made up. Mourning and street
snitn a specialty, suit, marie on snort notice
Prices reasonable. Popular Cloak and Milt Co.,
817 South Spring street, adjoining Holleubo ik
Hotel, between-ecoud and Thiid.
Largest Stork of Fruit and Vegetables.
Strawbeiric* in gruat varieties, tiie host In
the world, at AltEousc Bros.', luft W. Kust St.
Telephone 398.
Latest Hasteru Pattern TTats
Jnst received at Mme. C. Dnsoli's, 2i>s South
Bpring street. Tbey are beauties, lion'tmiss
seeing them.
B D. List, notary puMio. Legal pnpers care
fully drawn. 127 W. Second. Teltptoue 105.
Mrs. Katie X. Plcktt, notary pttbllt:; con
veyancing a specialty. No. 20' New High st.
Fire Inaqrauee Kates Reduced.
Independent or the "compact." bee Basgor
Tllle, 218 N. Main (Lanfranco bll'gj aud save
Head the classified column? on tbe
Sixth page of tbe HcAald. Good situa
tions may be secured; bouses aud rooms
nre offered for rant; announcements of
tmrgaina in r'-al eatate hy which you can
double yonr money in a abort time;
business ohancee; professional carda;
cheap excursions; and a tboneand other
mutters nf interest are advertised. Ad
vertisement* in thia dapartment are
very cheap, costing flve> cents a line a
day, or about half a cent a word for each
Mr; John T. Griffith begs to announce
to the public that in addition to hia
already excellent list of fire Insurance
companies, be lias also been appointed
tbe cole agent for the Manufacturers
and Builders of New York for Los Ange
les andvicinit). Those holdingpollciesin
the above mentioned company requiring
endorsements of any nature are request
ed to call upon Mr. Orifflth at 217 8.
llroadway. Potomac building.
For Catallna island! Fvery Saturday,
until further notice, tbe vteamer Falcon
«ill make trios to Avalon. connecting at
San Pedro with Honthern Pacific com
pnny'a nnd Terminal railway's morning
trnins, returning Monday. For further
information apply to the Wilmington
Transportation company, 130 Weat Sec
ond street.
l>r. Charles do Szigethy is now located
In the Bryson-t'onebrake block. Resi
dence, Hakar block. Office hours, 11:30
lo 3:30. Sundays and evenings, by ap
pointment. Office telephone, 1150; ree
dence telephone, 1050.
If you want something for nothing,
and the best newspaper in this city,
enbecribe for the Hkhami, pay three
months in advance, yd we will preaent
you with one of our fluw pocket maps of
the city.
During the absence of Capt. Emil Har
ris of the California State Detective Ko
rean, 10 Court street, at the world's fair,
bis office will be under the management
of Captain Moody and competent opera
When you are looking for a sketching
outfit in oil or water color, call on San
born, Vail k. Co., 133 S. Spring. Their
stock Ib complete in all lines of artist
materials, and their prices are right,
Lawn tennis shoes, any eize, (>!>.•; car
pet slippers, men's or ladies, Ssc; fine
light men's shoes for the eeason, $2 50,
at tbe cheapest place on earth for boots
and ehoee, 118 East Firat Btreet.
Important to ladies: Owing to the
rush at the Turkish baths, 230 S .uth
MAin street, the ladies department will
le open from 8 n.m. to 0 p.m. week
days, and Sundays until noon.
Here we go again. Elegant remarque
proof etching at 11 each. I gqoda
are the finest in the market. Lichten
berger's Art emporium, 107 North Main
Btreet. Sale this week only.
For a nice, quiet room go to the
Boehme block, Second Btreet, near Utah
avenue. Low rates. Aleo Mrst-cUss
rooms at the Hoehme Villa, Ocean ave
nue, Santa Monica.
Dr. Annie Uamborger llammell, the
well-known dentist, formerly of Phil
adelphia, has opened an of lice in the
Stowell block, on Spring Btreet, rooine
20 and 23.
Jllich's restaurant, 145 and 147 North
Main Btreet. Everything new and first
clasß. Private apartments. Freeh fish,
oystera and game daily. Open all night.
To save time, money, and much suf
fering take Arabian Headache Powdera.
It. is tbe beßt and aafeat remedy yet dis
covered for headache |nd neuralgia.
When you are exhausted for heat or
work, take a glass of pure malt beer.
Never be without it. $1.50 and $1.25
per dozen. Ring up telephone 852.
To purify the blood and cure indiges
tion use Littleboy's sarsaparilla. Twice
tho value of any other sarsaparilla; 311
South Spring Btreet.
Mrs. Dr. Wells, offices in her brick
block, 127 E. Third street, between Main
and Loa Angeles, Specialty, diseases of
Dr. Tt\c\ M. R. C. V. S., veterinary
surgeon, California Btableß, 373 N. Main
at. Office tel., 48; residence tel., 1105.
Dr. Joseph Kurtz and Dr. Carl Kurtz,
physicians and aurgeona, have removed
their offices lo 147 South Main street.
Dr. A. 7.. Va11a, physician aud surpeon.
Office and residence, 196 North Main,
new McDonald block; telephone 284.
The most healthy and nourishing
beverage in hot weather is a glass of
Lemp'B beer. Ring telephone 852
Let Korn tV kautrowilz, tbe Broad
way tailors, make you a spring snit. 214
South Broadway. Fit warranted.
Dr. K. 1). Wise, office 22« i South Spring
street. Office hours from Btoloa. m.
I and 2tosp. m. Telephone 340.
Or. H. O. Royer, physician and sur
geon in charge. The llammnm baths,
320 South Main street.
Senonr's lloor pßint dries hard over
night. U. R. Bowers & Sons, agents, 420
South Spring street.
Free bus for Hotel Jackson, Santa
Monica, meets all trains. Meals, 50 cents.
Fine watch repairing a specialty. Con
radi's, Springand Franklin. Reasonable.
Hotel Jackson, the only first-class
house at Sauta Monica.
Insure with A. O. Goleb, 147 South
For vV. J. Letup's extra pale, telephone
Dr. Charoler's cancer ad. another col.
Dr. Lindloy, 331>i South Spring st.
liano llonry, real estate, Burbank.
Mr end Mris. W. T. Jordan, 0. V . oais. Wm.
Oe dur, C. 0. Par on , Denver; Mr ami Mr.. C.
Sonnatdar, .->j»riut:ii-l<l, o.: Job i Ooam a, Har
lan, la ; John U Latham, C. I. swift, S.C -wl t,
P Wright, ii. K. lair, Thoo \> ni, F. A. TMiUfUtl,
Juke Bptlz, tlus Ii jinan. E J Margin, dan
Kmiioiki'o; H. a. Out oden, Albunue que: M.
MoLetah tiolt Basin: One,-. H. Srye • *tt c;
W»t«o I'lckrcll. Bentrice, Ntb ; K. ti. Archer,
eiilsiiil ; In. w. Xi k, Detroit; Mr. and Mrs.
J. J Lotkwod, . P. I earning, Chicago: Mr».
J tin Kilwar.lH Mi. ami Mrs a. Mel. an, Jor.
Beaton, Santa Barbara; O. f. TU.-rnton, uhrvs
tov*l A T.; A. R Javkson, V. v. j, k, Karon,
ii Koecra, Stockton J. 1,. rinllh.SL Louis ft.
H.Gruw 11, hlverslde; O 0. A. Lyctbanr, Sin
le go F. ... Decker*, Kansis City; F.J. Tiiorp,
Ban Gabriel
The Ghastly Object Toond Yesterday by
Hume Ilnys.
The dead body of a Chinaman is bang
ing from a tree in the widows about
three iniies np the Los Angeles river.
At least thie ta what some boys say who
wore ulaying in that vicinity late yester
day alteruoon. As soon as the boy* saw
the body they became very much fright.
i ened ami hastened back to the city and
i notified their parents.
Wor! was telephone! the Mronei at
Orr A Sutchl undertaking parlor.- .; !)
o'clru k !»jt evening. At that late i r
it vtas not poaaible to lnatitute an in
vesl:i'iiifin but one will be made this
morning. If there ie a dead Chinaman
thin it is altogether probable that be
, haa committed suicide by banging him
MJk that every
\ thin<* used
"Absolutely the Best'
is printed on the label.
You know what you are eating
When you use £leVelands.
The Sanitary Condition of
What Does the Council Propose to Do
' About It?
Souiei that Have linen Jtotten for n
(Juarter Century—How Is that for
a Cholnrn t'ronpeot — The
lioaid of Health.
Ever since Dr. Granville Mac Cowan
vacated the health officer's desk in Uie
city hall and Dr. Powers took charge of
it, tho possibility of a cholera panic in
thia city has been the foremost consid.
eration. Instead of having one health
Officer we have virtually had two, for
Dr. MacOowan haß taken as much per
sonal interest in the matter as if he,
instead of Dr. I'owera, was the incum
bent of the office. It is well known
that, in the election of a health officer, Dr.
Utley was Dr. Macfiowan'a choice over
Dr. Powers, but the latter gentleman
has evinced such earneat dsaire to fulfill
his obligations to the city that he has
found in Dr. MacGowan a ready and
wilting coadjutor at all times ; and it is
safe to say that the new officer is slinph
carrying snto effect the designs of Lis
predecessor, with the addition of an ex
tra degree of vigilance in such new cases
us havo arisen since he assumed the
reins of official duty.
Dr. Powerß has beeu ably seconded in
tbe offlcerß he haß selected aa inspectors
of the health department. Knowing the
proneneßß cf tbe Chinese to neglect all
sanitary precautious, he delegated to
the northern end of the city Mr. Louie
flieweke, who is known by the anglisized
form of hia name aa Louis Stone. He is
a stout, athletic looking man who is
evidently afraid of nothing in the shape
of any ordinary obstacle. Mr. Sieweke
baa been at work in the immediate
vicinity of tbe old for the laci
month and, it ie quite probable, will
render a report to the board of health
today iv which he will recommend the
destruction of at teaat 15 buildings, as
being unsafe for occupation by any
human beings, and actually unfit for oc
cupation by any animals save hogs.
' Some of these buildings are built of
wood and others of brick bujt none ot
them have been occupied leas than "0
years, by a clnsß of tenants that
never observe any rules of
cleanliness aa being iudispena
able to health. Filth of every descrip.
tion liters the floors to the depth of two
inches before it is scraped awny and the
outer yards and outbuildings about these
edifices are simply gigantic cesspools of
rot. On all Bides there is nothing but
stench of some sort or other. With a
visitation of Asiatic cholera, this means
nothing bnt a germinating vat for the
disease to such an extent that nothing
within mileß of it can escape its ravages.
It is well known that while tbe first rav
ages of cholera in the city of New York
in 1840, occurred in the lowest portions
of that city, still there were hundreds of
cases in the homes of the rich, in the
upper portions of tho city, where every
sanitary rule known to the medical pro
fession was rigidly and faithfully ob
Mr. Sieweke will probably furnish to
the health officer, within the next 48
hours, a list of buildings which are full
of every malodorous taint; and which,
he thinks, should be razed to the
ground in the interest of good health
and decency. Whether hiß timely sug
gestions will receive the undivided at
tention of the city government is some
thing yet to he seen. There are, bo City .
Attorney McFarland opines, several
grave If gal questions involved in this
matter of a city government deliberately
going to work and destroying other peo
ple's property. But of two things there
can be no reasonable doubt. First, that
these rotten houees are a menace to tbe
public health, as they stand at present;
and secondly, that the buildings in
question have paid for themselves, ten
times over, so that no great pecuniary
loss can now be sustained. If Mr. Stitn
ton can slford to tear down a building
that pays a rental of $250 per month, in
cder to erect a better and more valna
elis one, surely the owners of these reek
ing Btencb-holes can afford to bave them
torn down in the interest of good health,
and to erect new oneß ih their stead.
Short Breath
Chest Pains
if M
flrt J Palpitation, weak and sore
'ones, plemisv, coughs,
JsYJtSYJ colds, asthma and bron-
> j chilis relieved in (Ink
/ Minute by the Cuticvra
"wP Anti-Pain Piaster, tke
first and only instantaneous pain-killing,
strengthening plaster. Wot weak, painful kid
neys, hack ache, uterine pains and weakness
it is simply wonderful. It vitalizes the nervous
forces, and hence is unrivalled for nervous
pains, weakness, numbness, and paralysis.
Beyond question the surest, safest, sweetest and
best plaster in the world.
Price: asc; five, $1.00. At all druggists or by mail
per. si Drug and Chem. Coar., Uosioa.
Medicine on earth is Kant India
lieibTea. Cures constipation, dys
pepsia and headache, aud, unlike
pills, leaves no bad enacts. Posi
tively guaranteed. Samples
220 South Spring Street, Los Angeles, Cal.
3-80 12m
219 Sacramento st., San Francisco,
Pacific Coast Agent for
Fireworks Co.
SMrTllnttt * tnfl Catalogue free. 57 2m
§ Specialßates 1
11 ' *
c,& On Gooda to Take to the ,". ],
I Wcffl's Fair. 1
ST"."* *>0
ii OFFK p .S 20 PER CENT I '.A
XX DIdCODKT uniil May 20th J " ,
ii on the following goods. j j
tf California Curios, ? !
TT Wood Hood*.
iX Mosshs, *Jl>"ll8, • , |[]
4* Indian Baskets, i H
TJ Birds and To.itbi, etc. «' |
%% IniiicheV, Traveling; Baskets
4 * lather Dressing Cases, «V»
j± pDekef Flasks, *♦
Xi Purses, etc. J G;
ii A General Discount Offered on '.I.',
i*> Every hlng lv ihe more. Coma , ni
ii and be convinced. <«. >
ft* ' ♦< >
ii 110 S. Spring. St., Opp. <>i
it> Nadean Hotel. i .. ►
■*> >- A-4-6m s>i.
/*\ Kidney and Blad
(T? .'// der Diseases.
ff jSf Acute and Chronic
rfra&L Discharges.
JEft3' Organal Weakness
Sexnal Indiffer
ence of Both
Impediment!! to
[ J Marriage.
W,K|> Blood and Skin
S Diaeaaes.
S)r ', .sUtHW Prorjaptly and Pef-
manently cured
Dr. White Is the oldest and mosl successful
Private, N'rrvousand Oiseaao Special
ist on the coaht. All Slim aud lllood Diseases
promptly oured without mercury, lmpotency,
t:<. i'lrti Weakness, Varicocele, lyphilis, Oon-
O!rhn;s, Cleet, Nervous reolltty, Kiduev and
li adder Dlsrasee scioutlflcaily irnatedaud per
luancutly cured, No 8u gical Staff (?) fako
iro ih.xK employed. No hired substitute*.
The nllUutad may write tn strict confidence!
Letters answered in plal-i euvelooe. Medi
ci ues scut secure from exposure. Addrsss
Dr. White's Dispensary,
128 N. Main St., New McDonald Blk,
Los Angeles, Cat.
Trousers 3.5O\ToORDf rt p
222 S. Spring St.
3-31 if
> raduate ol lava! and MeGfiil,
Mining: Kxigfirieer.
Head oflree-, Cneaac; brancj office, Montreal,
Caaadv 12-20 lj
THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1893,
426-428 S. Spring St
Consigned to ns for immediate sale,
11 Antique Oak Folding Beds, with
Piate Mirror Fronts,
Together with a complete line of gen
eral household and kitchen furniture,
removed to our salesroom for convent.
Bnce of sale. Sale begins promptly at
BTetnk Book
N.W. Cor. Temple and New High Sts.
12-7 Telephone 535. 1 yr
V Trade ♦
I Blankets |
1 e T er offered in this £
2 335 S. Sprrng St. X
Prices that Defy all Competition
I have just full pieces
XT*?; A • S.-rgt'sivil! }>p ir. mtly worn this po.v
8on " * f, ff'' r '^» r irMjnt» Made to Order
V. i\ nt on additional reduction toniyfonn-
Klt--'^''l \ «-' : I'rff'H. Don't fall to gee my
\ display of Elegant Styles.
Tbe Tailor
f \\ \ 113 POUTH SPRINS ST.
.\\ A !.<)•■■ ANI'.KI.KR. ''AL.
B.ahch of San Francisoo.
Oflicps Crowded frrnn Mornine; Till
flight -228 Rejected as In
curable — Free for
Three Mouths I
Dirlng the past two weeks 070 visited the
Fo . i n Doctors, and 228 were rejected as In
All who visit the Foreign Dectors be
fore May 2»th will receive services three
months fro* of charge. The only favor asked
is a recommendation from those whom they
cere. They never publish the namts of their
patients. B,dng selected from the highest
graded cUegos on the continent, they repre
sent the bast medical and surgleai training in
th» world. They treat all diseases and de
formities: but lr-incurable they will tell yon.
t.s they will uot accept your caße. Remember
the dates, AH who visit the doctors before
Mar 24th will receive services three months
free of charge,
Hours: 10 to 12 a.m.; 2 to 7 p.m.; Sundays,
10 a m. to 3 p.m.
mam ovtice will be known as
The Foreign Doctors' Office,
Boomi D, 19, 11 • 12, Willari] Block,
328><>8. SprinySt., Los Angeles.
Between lhlrd and Poutth sts,
P. B.—These doctors are Incorporated by an
act of the legislature, and therefore the sick
and afflicted can havo the satisfaction of
knowing they are dealing <wlth thoroughly re
liable aud honorable gentlemen.
/ff2\ M D "
// \ \ . J W. FIRST sr.
uA \Y fine
I 7. Tailor.
2-1S 3m
P. J. FLYNN, C. E,
Consulting Engineer
For Irrigation, Wat-r Supplies, Sewerage, Ktc,
Offloe 114 Houth Spring Street.
Author of "Irrigation Canals, Etc." and
"Flow of Water." For gale at book atores, $8.
4 7 3m
Hairdressing £ Maflicuring,
107 North Spring street, room 23,
Schumacher block.
Shampooing done at residence* 11 desired.
—We Offer Seven Gents for 20,000 Grain-Fed—
7f| -HOGS ?c-l
Delivered at Onr Packing House Between May 15th and Jnne 15th, 1893.
If you wish to contract for your hogs, call on ue. We require 500 hogs daily
in order to rnn fall capacity. Visitors are welcome.
"Bex" Brand of Hams, Bacon, Lard, Canned Meats and Extract of Beef.
£22 |
Finest Caff in ' . " European and
Lob Angelea in i-M* American plan.
best appointed MHssgEL *' * '
h x. headquarters
Cor. Spring & Second Sts., Log Angeles, Cal.
20,000 Acres in Subdivisions.
Ventura County, California.
Will offer for eale to the highest bidder, at public auction, at the Hueneme Pab
lie Hall, in the Town of Hueneme, Ventura County. California, beginning on
TUESDAY, THE 10TH DAY OF MAY, 1803, and continuing the sale from day
to day, bnt not longer than three days thereafter, all of the unsold lands of
the Company, consisting of Subdivisions of the Rancbo Las Posas, ranging in
area from three acres to fifteen hundred acrea each and embracing some of th»
Finest Lands in Ventura County
And now nnder good cultivation; well enpplied with roads, schools, water and
telephone lines; distant five to eight miles from Saticoy, the nearest railroad
station, and from nine to sixteen miles from Hueneme, the principal seaport.
Each tract has apportioned to it stock in a corporation holding the water rights
and pipe line system, by which all of the subdivisions, with a few exceptions, are
supplied with water for domestio and stock purposes, irrigation not being required.
TERMS OF SALE: Ten per cent of the purchase money on day of sale,
balance of one-third of the purchase money within ten daya after sale, the re
maining two-thirds to be paid in three equal annual installments of one-third
thereof each, bearing interest from date of sale at the rate of 8 per cent per an
num, payable annually, and aecured by mortgage of the premises: or a discount
of two and one-half per cent on the deferred payments will be allowed for cash,
Tbe sales will be subject to existing leases expiring November Ist. 1893, tbe Com
pany reserving the rents for the present year, but will pay all taxes for tbe year
1893 4. No bid for any parcel will be accepted, Unless it be at least eighty per
cent of the price fixed for each parcel by tbe schedule now in force.
Maps and Schedules »f Prices May Be Obtained by Application to
F. W. GERBEKDING, Secretary,
Hueneme, Ventura County, California,

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