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Persons wanting situations, help or wishing
to rent, buy or sell property w ill do w ell to ad
vertise in THE HERAI.U
OFFICIAL CITY PAPER.
SPECIAL MOT! CBS*
T\ T ANTED—A LOT ON SAN PEDRO, THIS
\\ side of Eighteenth ft.
Will exchange n line 90 acre trael, well Im
proved for city properly.
Will exchange 17 ai res, close in, well Im
proved, for a good hotel property.
For sale, house and lot, close in, 5 good
rooms, ior $50 cash and $15 per month.
. House and lot for $-100.
Wanted to buy, a Arst-claM So-room lodging
house lv good local ion for cash.
Riverside land snd money to exchange for
Los Angeles improved properly.
MacKniohi a fugarh,
<).23 tf 253 s. Broadway.
> IrOTKElrOTKE—THE I.OS ANGELES i'ITY WATER."
I company will slrletly enforce Hie follow
ing rules: Tne hours for sprinkling are between
6 and Bo'clock a. m. and li and 8 uYluek p. in.
For a violation ol tbo above regulation the
water will be shut off and « line of #2 n ill bo
charged before the water will be turned on
again,. . H 17 if
rpHE SAKE DEPOSIT IIOXKS 111-' THK STATE
I Loan and Trust company are Inclosed in n
lire-proof and bnrglar-proo. vault, with lime
locks, and brilliantly lighted by electricity;
alcoves attached for i lie private examination
oi valuables, with writing materials; a young
lady in attendance. 81 tf
MESMI.VS KEMAI.E PILLS AS A SPF.ITITI
monthly medicine ior immediate relief for
painful andirregiiltw menses—from whatever
cause. Forsnlebv FREEMAN A CARPER, 103
North spring st. Price, fa per box. s!»iy
B~ id TREK carriage and WAGON
works; nil kinds of painting and repair
ing. 128 San I'edro st., between Flrel and
Second sts., I-os Angelea 7 li tf
1"'-"ok liorsEs to i:i:st call
BARNES ,V BARNES,
9-28 tf 837 W. Second st.
SCHOOL OF DRESSMAKING, CUTTOHG AND
flttiugi patterns cut; French tailor system,
Room 87, Potomse block. 8 2, lm
D"o~YO V "\V A N T^TfTRENT YOUR HOUSE ?
Leave your key with HILLA CO., 123 W,
Second st. H 1 If
a F. BLOPER, HOUSE MOVER. OFFICE,
A« 119 Center place l l itf
PKKRON AI,.
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our giant coffee roaster, Java and Mocha, '
35c lb; mouutuin coffee, 35e; germea, 2oc: ;
rolled rye, loc; 4 lbs rice, 25c; (i lbs rolled :
wheal, 25c; 8 lbs corn meal. Ise; 15 lbs gran
ulated sugar, $1; lOlbs beans, 25c; can toma
toes or corn, 10c; 3 cans corned beef, 25c; can
baked beans, l» el bo:; miu'caronl, 55c; extract
■beef, 25c; .1 bars Diunmre's soap, .sc; can
Coal oil, 80c; 3 lbs lard, 3oc; pork, ll'.i: ba
con', lO'Jc; picnic hams, 12',c. EcoSoMlc
"STORES, 305 S. Spring st. 7- - tf
I>ersonai^raj7pii — BRUP. - COLD BAR
Hour, $1.00: city flour, 80c: granulated
sugar, 15 lbssl; brown sugar***) lbs $1: ti lbs
rotledoats,2sc; sardines, 5 boxes, 25c: table
fruit, 3 cans 50c; Midland coffee, 25c lb; east
ern oil, 80c: gasoline, SOc; 94b can corned
beef, Lie: lird, 10 lbs, 8801 5 lbs. 500. 001
boulh Spring street, comer Sixth.
ITi>IES'~SAFE<7i'ARD: PAT
ented; no medicine; unequal: money re
funded ii nor satisfactory. Send 10 cents to
LADIES' NOVELTY CO.,'Kansas City, Mo.
BV9B Om
AM A RRI ACE BURBA U — DETAILS IOeT
Confidential. MRS. COYNE. Address
Box (in, A. 1). Send stamps for dclails. i)-2.i 14t
_ FOX KXCHANOK.
EXCHANGE-SIX COWS, RBOIBTRRBD
Jerseys, three 9-year-old heifers with calf,
Jersey bull, four calves, one horse, pair mures
with foal, two 1-year-old colts, one sucking;
one Poland-chine, sjnv with pigs; large num
ber chickens, ducks and turkey .; farming Int.
piements; w ill sell for cash or exchange for
slock oi merchandise or goods, or house and
lot, or any other good property. CI. A UK, 118
south Brosdway. 1- -1 2t
_\6___\- FOR EXI• IIANUE—CIK)K'E IM
ervMrvt.' proved acreage at cahucnge; 5-aere
bearing Orchard—navel oranges, figs, prunes,
etc. ;5 acres solid to lemons, set this hist
spring; good house, barn, wclf, etc.: will ex
change for Los Angeles residence proper! v.
BAitNKs «v. Barnes,
0-23 If 227 W. Second st.
y OK EXCHANGE—A VICKY DE-HKAHLE
J and highly productive frull nnd nut farm
Oi 71) acres, iv the beautiful Ojai vnllcv, near
IV'onlliiiff, Ventura inty, for good unincum
bered residence property in Ibis city: cash
value, Apvly early lo
J. S. VAN DOREN,
»-Btl 101 S. Broadway.
FOR EXCHANGE—32O aT'RES I>RAI It IE
land, good soil nnd locmion, free ot in
euinhrance, in barton c-ounlv, Missouri, In cx
ahange, tin' w hole or pari thereof, (or modern
BMtage southwest oi good acre property. F.
11. rfJEPKB ,t co., 108 South Broadway.
iti-i 2t
tToR EXch angi; EASTERN income
-X acreage fpr desirable Los Angelea housei
will assumureasoiiiil.le Incumbrance.
0-1711' MAI 'KNIGHT ,V Fid Mtl).
OPPOUTKISI'MJCS.
IWR HALF I\TimEST~IN
livery stable, comprising horses, buggies,
carriages, harness etc.; also half of tho real
estate, together with Improvements: will sell
the whole for $8000011 account of departure
Apply on premises, 1:17 S. Los Atonies st. to I.
Hupuy. D-SW 7t
rpHE LOS ANGELES DIRECTORY OFFICE
A keeps a complete list of nil business for
sale or exchange. Parlies desiring to either
buy or sell will consult their best Interests by
applying at office, 108Bonth Broadway, tt 0
*< \\l V ; KOCERY STORE; GREAT BACRl
rFthryj bee this week: doing all cash trade
well established: 3 good living rooms: no
rent. HENRY J. STANLEY,
••OH 2125. Broadway, next City Hall.
tfSCy—FEDIT s i a ND; ONE OF THE BEST
iykJUXr paying In the city: this must sell this
week. HENRY ]. .- I A VI.HI .
9-30 If 242 s. Broadway, next City Hall
FOR SALE CHEAP—ONK-HALE INTEREST
iv 11 good-paying dairy; the other hall can
be rented. Address p. o. box 70S, Los \n o
le«_ 9-19 In"
. /3.00b PAYING HAIRY nr.-1 NESS, cloxe
V T to city, clearing MOO a month. BTK HE ITiR
■i: Sll Ail PL ESS. HQS. Hi-oq.lwny, Hl-l n
MKDICMB.
MISS KATE LAMI'mTn," "
and business medium, will remain a short
time longer. Circles Tuesday, Thursday and
Sunday evenings. Sittings flailv. 3/4 South
Broadway. 11-20 7t
/CLAIRVOYANT AND LIFE-RE A DING ME-
Vj dlam; consultations on business, remov
als, marriage, disease, lawsuits, love, mineral
locations, etc,; 402 s. Main st. MRS. MARKER.
s-30tf
RS. 1). A. KIM HALL, BUSINESS, TEST
and trance medium, southwest corner
Twenty-third street mid Grand aye. 10-l lm
AKCHITKCT".
tjurgess j. reeve] architect~estab-
Jj llsbed forthe Inst 10years iv Los Angeles.
Rooms 7 and 8 second lloor, Workman block,
Spring st., between Second and Third, 1-*U ly
ifi H. BROWN, ARCHITECT, 132 ii BROAD
\Jt way, between First and Second. »-7 tf
lIKI.P WANTKD-M>LK.
NEEDING HELP FREE
TV employment or any information, address
E. NITTINGER'S BUREAU, established 1880.
Office, 3191, s. Spring st; residence. 481 R
Hope st., corner Fifth, Los Angeles, Cal. Tele
phone 113. 8-10 tf
PETTY, HUMMEL A CO., FfMPLOYMENT
agents, 131-133 W. First st. Telephone MO9.
Under Ihe Los Angeies National bank. Help
of all kinds carefully selected aud furnished.
Situations ot all kinds furnished. 7-0 tf
II^NTED—ANY MAN THROUGH ARIZO-
M no on commercial business can secure
an addition to his income by applying at the
Herald oflice. The best of references must be
given. H-39 tf
CIITY AND COUNTY OFFIC'AL FREE LA
/ bor Bureau. 340 New High at. Telephone
1153; for cooks, waiters, household help, me
chanics and laborers. W. A. WHITE, Manager.
9-23 lm
WANTED—PARTY T0 DRILL WELL. J. S.
¥1 SMITH, Insurance Agent, 227 W. First
sl 9-37 tl
i 11 ■ -
HILF WANTED—FIMALI.
OTELS AND
ll families al the Woman's Exchange and
Employment Oflice, 45 s. Raymond avenue,
op|s)sile nostolilcc, Pasadena. I>-11 tf
WANTKU-IUI9OKLI,ANKOCS.
W
VI south front, tietwcen Twenty-second and
Twenty-seventh, Grand avenue ' and Hoover
street: must be reasonable in price; state size
of lot, give location and price. Address
BUYER, box 20, Herald. 8-11 tf
II'ANTED—A PARTNER WITH $5000 TO
vv invest in a paying project, in which there
arc no chances of loss and profits large. Party
desiring to dial must furnish evidence of gooii
character. Address D., Herald office. 9-23 If
\\' ANTED—MSST, ESSAYS; IsERMONS OR
11 other documents to copy by hand or by
l.vpewriter. GEO. W. BRADFORD, room B',
242' 2 s. Broadway. 9-tlin
11" ANTED -MAN~wTTii $2^VOO _ Tl) PI'R
-11 chase half interest in a desirable inven
lion; fortune in it. Address E., Herald office.
_ 9-28 t f
WANTED— PIiOPERTY LISTED WITH US:
11 we have customer*. HORSEY, CHAM
BERLIN & CO., 244 S. Broadway, 9-12 tf
\T V A3CTED^\7ii — HAVE" CUSTOMERS FOR
11 installmenl houses. DORSEY, CIIAM
BERLUI A CO., 344 H. Broadway. 9-13tj
W A N'fED~VACANT WIS FOR PUItCIIAS
>> ers. List with us st once. F. li. I'IEPKR
V ' "■■ IPS S. Ilroadway. lil-l 3t
ATTORNEY*.
JAY E. IIUNTER, ATTORNEY AT LAW*
Hryson llonebrake block. Telephone 52-
I'ractices in all the courts, state and federal.
7-i tf
01 hi! [ICH, LAWYER. 12t DEARBORN
• sir-. I, i ihluaßO, 111.; 2(1 years' experience;
secrecy: s|a-einl (aotUtio* \\\ several states.
Good rich on Divorce, with laws of all slates, in
press. 0-4 tf
HI NsAKER it (.OOIHtIiTL LAWYERS,
rooms lo:i and 104 Phillips block, corner
spring and Franklin streets. Telephone, 1120.
7-0 If
J. ADCoTk, ATTORNEY; SPECIAL AT
• tetltion given to iliesetllcment Of estates.
I 1 ~■ \\ est Fir.-: «t. 4-0 tf
D~ K~TIiAM;, ATTtifIXEY AT LAW. FfL
• lon block, iftyT New sueet, l.os An
| itclcs, 1-18 tl
: \\'M. POLLARD, ATTOIIN i !. kW,
\y\ room 3 Allen block, I'enipli l h . spring
-I reels. ' 21 tf
I.UST AND FOUNI*.
RAYEIT^(m7^StTtO^N,~^I'R()M' PLA("iTcjF
Kupfcrlc, on Wilmington avenue, 2 miles
| this side of Wilmington, one dark brown mare,
j white spot on left hind foul: no brand: black
; inane. A liberal reward will be paid for return
lo ANDREW STEPHENS, Banta Monica. 8-ifl 7t
T OST-BKTWEF.N It ANION A AND A Lii AM-
Vj bra, about 4 p.m. Sunday, a young lady's
tan-coloren cape, with velvet collar. The
finder would confer a favor by leaving the
same at Ramona Convent, or at 331 E. First st.
10-2 2t
OST—A LADY'S SOLID GOLD WATCH,
j with Swiss movement. Finder will please
return to 557 s.in I'edro street, and will be
liberally rewarded. 10 2 2t
V> TR A V EII-1" U( IM Roil.l! ,t II EITC
it camp. ouu'bll sewer, two mules: one l.luck
one dark bay. Leave al camp and get reward.
9-3!) Ht
THE WOODBURY 81-sfNEsTcOI.LEirE HAS
removed to the upper floor oi the Stowell
block, 220 south Spring street. It has now the
largest and finest business college rooms in Ihe
state, und the largest attendance of any com
mercial school south of San Francisco." Fine
passenger elevator running direct lo the
school rooms, rendering stnir-elimbing unnec
essary. The public is cordially invited to call
and Inspect the college in its new location.
Both day and evening schools iv session the
entire summer. Catalogue and College Jour
nal free. G. A. Hough, President; X. G. Felker,
Vice-President: J \V. Hood, Secy. 6-4 ly
OS ANGELES lit>|V r ss eoLLKi.i:
AM) ENGLISH TRAINING SCHOOL.
(Incorporated), 144 South Main street.
Largest and belt equipped business training
school on the coast Thorough and practical
courses in the commercial, shorthand, type
writing, telegraphy, assaying and all English
branches. Large, able und mature faculty of
instructors. Day and evening sessions, 'Terms
reasonable. Call al office, or write for elegant
catalogue. E. I". SHRADER, President; F. W.
X 1-I.SLY, Vice-President; 1. L. INBKEEP, Sec
retary. 9-1 (I-1 y
School foi; hoys and yoi ng men,
now ill session. Itryson block (top floor),
[ Second and spring sts. jioonis light and cheer
ful; Ventilation perfect Thorough instruct
ion in nil the common English branches.
Special attention to arithmetic, higher mathe
matics and classics. A. B. BROWN, A. M.,
(Yale). 20 Potomac block. 9-3 lm
c710017~0F ELOCUTION A VI) DRAMATIC
Expression, c. c. Parker announces to
former pupils and the public in general that
he lirs returned to the city after a prolonged
absence and will open his school at a time and
place which w ill be published later.
TD OL OF PHYSICAL TRAINING, STOW
i~ ell block, 290 s. spring st. Open Oct 10.
Department of Elocution and Dramatic Ex
pression. For further particulars address
.Miss NAOMA ALFREY, Directress. 9-308 m
CT ai ~v.vT iTTTsas.~froeTtel isbtini i c,
/ Adams, cor. Hoover st, will open all its
departments Tuesday, Oct. 24. For further
purlieu lar: apply to M Its. CAROLYN" M, N".
ALDEN, 806 W. Adams st. 0-27 tf
MISS A(K LEXIS'S I'll i VAT E ScflT) 01 7f» >it
primary, grammar und high school stud
les opens September 4th. Hummer school now
in session. 412 \V. Second si. O-'.l lm
"/TsriTr iVy iiiiTrhTHANi), t ypewuning
1\ und Business Institute, Take elevator by
Psople'aStore, Phillips' block; send for cata
logue. 1(1-12 12m
011 (TrTHAND AND TYrEWRITINIf^DEST
i~ advantages, lonoley institute, spring
and First sis. 3-, tf
A WILLIITuiTtZ, MUSIC STUDIO, ROOM
l\m A, Crocker building, 212 S. Broadway.
S-2') 11 ii '
MUSICAL.
rpHE KAMMEIHMEYER OEC II EST It A—
A First-class music famished for bulls, par
ties, concerts, receptions and picnics. Violin,
mandolin, etc., lauglil. Olliee at Fitzgerald's
music store, corner North Spring and 1- run 1,-1 In
streets. 10-14-ly
I~~OS ANGELES CONSERVATORY OFllUsic
j and ArH. open nil the veur. MRS. EMILY
.1. VALENTINE, president. V.M.C.A. building,
Broadway and Second sireel. 8-14-ly
FJANJO BY MISS M. E ASTBURY; 5 AND li
1> stringed taught. Studiool; take elevator
by People's Store, Phillips block. 11-12-ly
t>ROF. tl. BERG'S ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
1. itructioni In all branches, 8008, spring st,
Jl-20 tf
I a WILLHARTITE, MUSIC STUDIO. ROOM
j \ • \, Crocker building, 212 S. Broadway.
S-2:nf '
UKNTIKTM. _ _
18S2- Established-1882.
DR. L. W. WELLS, CORNER SPRING AND
First streets, Wilson block : take elevator.
Gold crown and nridge work c specialty; teeth
extracted without pain. Room l. m 4 tf
\ \K. ST"T( ILIIURBT, t)KNTIBT.! 10BW N.
1 / spring streei, rooms 2, 3 and 7. Painless
extraction. oaotf
STEVENS. SlMk SOUTH SPRING ST.
i ipen Sunday -nd evening by electric light.
A ROTHS v ra
A BBTRACT AND TITLE INSURANCE COM
.. V puny of l.os Angeles: north west corner oi
Franklin und Now High sts. m i7tf
IMTKNTS, COI'VHIGH rs\ KTC.
H' AZARD* TOWNSENI), ROOMODmVNEY
block. Tel. 317, l.os Angeles. 11-22 If
CONTRA ■ 10..S
CtONRAD SCHERER, GRANITE, BITUMIN
ous and asphalt paving; 227 W. First sL
LOS ANGTELES *" TIER A LDg MONDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 2. \m.
■yyiUMORE & O'BRIEN,
ail West First street
We bave Customers to Rent nouses.
Cheap Lots on W. Pleo St.
on Ibe installment Plan.
Money to loan. 9-39 tf
I/OK SALE —
F BARGAINS! BARGAINS! RaRGAINSI
• CITY AND COUNTRY.
We have a largo amount of land adapted to
the various kinds of fruits, with good water
rights, in quantities to suit, at natures below
tbe real value.
Wo have orange, walnut and lcinon groves,
ranging In value from #3000 to .f70,L00, ac
cording lo acreage, age, location and income.
We have corn, alfalfa and grain hind—no ir
rigation iiceded—well adapted to hog raising
or dairy business.
We have a line stock ranch of 3500 acres.
CITY.
BUSINESS BLOCK—YVe have one of the best
business blocas in the city: pays !> per cent net
on Investment!; only capitalists of large means
need applr.
HOUSES AND v iOTS—We have handsome res
idences end unimproved lots in Iho most de
sirable part of thc-lty.
lIOTEus— We base one one of the b*st lo
cated, best paying ftrst-claes hotels in southern
California.
People at a dlslancs?can safely Invest through
us.
"Do as we would bedone by" Is our motto.
Cut out this "ad" and keep it for reference.
9-10 tf HILL d: (X>., 138 West Second St.
LOTH FORSALEBY STREETER & SHARP
LESS, UOS. Broadway.
#550, SO-fool lot on Thirty-second street.
#375, 60-foot lot near Pico.
¥425, 50-foot lot near Adams.
$1400, good corner OH Flower Rtreet.
$2000, choice corner southwest, cement side
walks, graded street*.
#1300, fine corner on Thirtieth st.
#3800, choice corner on Flower st.
#•27110, fine large co-ncr on Hoover St.
■1900, good corner on Pico st., close in.
$I<MH>. good corner on sixteenth st.
$425, choice lot, high ground. Urmston IracL
1550) choice corner.Urmston tract, near elec
tric line.
$2000, cltoiec corner on Main at.
#800, tine icvel lot on Ronnie Brae st.
$t2OO, good comer on .Main St.
■550. on Twelfth st., close in.
$1000, good loi close lo Figueroa. •
$300, very cheap lot close to Second-street
car line.
Floe large lots close lv, suitable for hotels or
tariT'' rooming honscs.
STREETER & SHARPLESS.
I'l-l it 110 South Broadway.
j/up ',!.!.'
-> rod lots near Figueroa and Adams
- 1 -1 ton section: -penul Inducements
bo intend to build.
Let* OD ttotes and l.os Angeles streets and
Maple avenue; the cheapest In the city; be
fween Thirteenth and Sixteenth, sts.
CIM-ap lot on Flower street, between Elev
enth and Twelfth streets.
Very cheap lot corner Eleventh and Hope
streets.
Cheaulot on Twi-nly-niiitli street, near Ma
ple Hvenate, with bearing iruit trees.
O'DKA BARK,
B-ttO ti" ions. Broad way.
Ijmir sale—hoikks.
GsDod4-room house with bath and paniry
iii southwest, near Flgiierna, $171)0.
Fine H-room liouse, bath, nantrv, etc., south
west, very Cheap, $30110.
$1700—Five-mom cottage on Thiity-ttrst st.
$4250—Fine 1 -room house on Flower st,
.f los<i — 5-roont cottage southwest, near elec
tric Due.
$15011 —5-rOOm cottage East I,os Angeles.
$5200—Beautiful 7-room liouse with all
moilern conveniences, near Adams at.
$2500 —New 0-rooui cottage ou corner, south
west BTHKETKK ,v SHAKI'LESS,
10-l tf no s. Broadway.
A — DAMS, ROCSB & MEliklTvsr~2o7~WEST
Second st.
For Sale—Host orange and lemon land in the
county, iv Ihe Azusa valley, 3 miles southwest
ol AsuM station: in 10-acre trncls; 25 shares
water to each 10 acres. Arrangements for
setting out best i|uality of fruit aud care for
one year, lo be paid for in part oi this laud, on
eusy payments. IU-1 11
iT^OIITsALE —BAlciJaTns!
JL BCOO—Fine lot on Thirty-second St., near
Hoover.
$(175—Fine lot on Twenty-fifth si., near Main.
$7U0 —Fine lot on Eleventh, near Pearl.
$10OO—Fine lot on Ingraham st. Bargain.
$1100 —Fine 10l on Ingraham st.
$1300— Fine lot on West Seventh st.
$2000— Fine lot on Hope st., close in.
CRAWFORD st LOCKHART,
9- 22 tl 205 6. Broadway.
p6 R~SALE
GOOD INVESTMENT.
A particularly nice residence and business
corner on South Main street—l6sxl4B ieet; 3
2-story residences, always rented. Price $1)100.
J. S. VAN DOREN,
0-20 II 101 S. Broadway.
I~WOR SALE.
1 $1100-527 Gladys aye, 5 rooms; rents
for 13 per cent interest.
$1500—225 No, Uriflln aye, 5 rooms; easy
terms.
$11100—Lot 00 ft. on Ingraham St.; easy
terms. E. S. FIELD,
10- 1 If 139 So. Broadway.
fJiOR SALE—C46O-NICE 8-ROOM~HOUBH
1 and lot, improved, surrounded by over 10)
gum trees; Fenced, etc., including water right;
worth now at least $050, for $400 spot cash.
First house on Amcy st., neHr corner Vermont
aye. and Freeman St.; one block irom borso
car, three from electric. E. JAH N. 10-1 2t
fi6T*"Uy-AX ELEGANT 10-ROOM HOUSE
5p i ('J\r soulhwest, close lo cable line; loca
tion ono of the best in the city: house com
plete in every particular; cold* storage room
and cellar; large lot, fine lawn, choice shrub
bery—a decided bargain.
BARNES ,t BARNES,
9-23 tf 227 W. Second st.
OR SALE—S27OO—HAM)¥oME — NEW '7
rooni bouse; hall, bath, cellar, modem
conveniences, stone walks; southwest, near
electric ears; cosh $400, balance monthly; no
interest. TAYLOR-fc RICHARDS, 102 Broad
way. 9-20 tf
I "Toil SALE - CHOICE
. property, improved, close in: renting for
big interest Ml price usked. A bargain.
BARNES A BARNES.
0-20 tf 227 W. Second st.
UOIIPALE—S-ROOM NEW COTTAGE, lIA Li"
L bath, etc.; .southwest, nctir Hoover and
Adams its; 0150 cash, balance $20 monthly;
no interest. TAYLOR & RICHARDS, 102
Broadway. 0-10 tf
IjIOIfsALE—EAST LOS ANTiELKs7s7wORK>
1 man fct., 8-room house; large lot; only
.*l7oci; terms, $100caah, balance $20 monthly.
TAYLOR & RICHARDS, 102 Broadway.
9-21-Iot
I. lOR SALE—CALL AT THE NEW OFFICE
J of CRAWFORD * LOCKHART for special
bargains in real estate, 205 S. Broadway.
10-1 H
TJVJR BALE—3-BTORY, 9-ROOM lIWSE,
X 1 first-class condition, on University electric
cor line; for sole by owner. Inquire at rooms
4 and S, New Wilson block. 8-3 tf
BpOP. SALE—S 13011" EACH 2 0-ROOM COT
-1 tages on Forrester avenue, near electric
car line; monthly payments. BARNES ct
BARNES, 227 W. Second St. 9-2 tf
ra-ji/tA—FOR SALE—NEWSROOM HOUSE
•Pl'Hfl'on Victoria street; monthly pay
mentS $10. ALLISON BARLOW, 227 West
Second st. 7-21 tf
IjlOß SALE BY OWNER—MODERN 9-ROOM
" bobss on University 4rieetrio car llaei ele
gant home ut a bargain; with or without fur
niture. Inquire at rooms 4 and fi, new WilaOh
block. 9-24 tf
TTiOR BALE-00 WELL LOCATED li OTS ON
I" installment plan. K. I. CULLEN & CO.,
237 West triral st. 9-16 tf
I/OR'sALE"!.!ST YOUR PIM)PERTY "FOR
I 1 sale or rem Witb K. 1". CULLEN & CO.,
Minnesota Headquarters, 237 Wesi First st.
9-10 if
B- BA I' TIFUL liof S 2 ROOMS, ONJ EF
ferson street, near Figueroa. CRAWFORD
A LOCKHART, 205 South Broadway. 0-24-tf
SEE MEAOBER a: J A V FOR BARGAINS IN
real eslnle. 101 s. llroadwav, Los Angeles.
9-27 ti
DYERS AND I INI KMKKH
METROPOLITAN STEAM DYE WORKS, 241
Franklin st. ; tine dyeing and {-leaning.
1-13 If
PARISIAN' IJYK~vVO R K5.275 SOUTH MAIN
1 streei: l"-si dyeing in Hie cily. 1-13 if
BKOKKKB.
RW. I'() IN DEXTER, BROKER, 105 WEST
• Second st. Confidential business agent
for investors or borrowers, li you wish to
lend or borrow, or invest in any securities,
please call. 8-1 ft
CHIROPODIST.
\fISS c, STAFFER. CHIROPODIST AND
-ill masseuse, 211 W. First st., opp. Nadeau.
12 24 tf
TOM HAI.K-COUNTRY PKOPIBTT
|?ORACRES SCITABLK FOR'DE-
F en hums fruits and all kinds of vegetables,
corn, etc,; small house, barn, welL mill aud
tank; finest of water; horse, cart, plows, culti
vator and small tools, cooking stove and out-
Ill: about #100 worth ol Egyptian com. now
ready to gather, and 5 acre* of potatoes plant
ed for fall crop. Price only $1500—#701) cash,
balance time.
$400-3-room hard tin,-lied cottage and lot
4dx128, close to electric cars; halt caah, bai
| a nee easy.
A high-grade Bicycle ior sale cheap; nearly'
I new.
j A set ol pipe tools, complete, with rope and
blocks, for sale cheap: has vise, cutters, dies,
tongs, etc. (. all. •
DEAN, i.II.IiEUT J. CO.,
»-3t» If 237 W. First st.
]JH) R r AI.F- (lit A N(TIF~(iRCiT
ards, walnut orchards, deciduous fruit
orchards, olive orchards, dairy or farm
ranches, line city residences, hotels, lodging
houses, groceiy stores, hnrdw-are business,
fruit stands, cigar stands, incut markets, sa
loons, bakeries, restaurants, and all kinds of
mercantile business; prices from #10tl lo
9980,000; we neither advertise nor try lo sell
anything that will not stand the strictest in
vestigation. NOLAN & SMITH, 228 W. Bee
ondsi. 8-10 tf
JfOR BALK—A FEW VERY" CHOICE UOV
crnmcnl and school land locations for
sale cheap; or would take part pay In oilier
properly.
A few- choice lots on Seventeenth and Eigh
teenth sts., west of !■ igueroa; $(100 to $000.
J, K. Mi I.KEY,
8-22 tf_ll4o\V. Eighteenth or 213 W. First it.
FOR SALE—27O~Ai: RESIO m7IES~FROM
cliy; 80 acres in bearing fruit, 80 acres In
barley, balance iv pasture: all fenced; j/ood
water by iron pressure pipes; good ham, small
house; price, #jo,00(»; terms, #5,i00 cash.
$50<Mi gmid trade. #10,000 mortgage 11 to 6
years, i:t 8!, per sent. J. 8. VAN DOREN,
0-i2lf 101 S. Broadway
TTIOR "s.\LE~i7(> ACRES FINE ORAN(7eJ
V vine or olive land, adjoining thecelebraten
Vache winery at Ilrookslde, near Redlands;
this Is the very choicest land In that neighbor
hood iv the market: all or pari; price $12,500,
terms easy. For particulars see A. C. GOlAft,
147 S. Broadway. 8-30 If
IJK>H SALE—2O ACRES NEAR CAIiFenViA
Pass, with good water right, $75 per acre;
bargain. TAYLOR .v. RICHARDS, 102 Broad
way. 7-30 tt
UMIR SALE -A NO. 1 ALFALFA LAND WITH
I water, onlysloo peraore: near city. ta\"-
LOR A RICH Alius, iu2 Broadway. 7-30 If
Tivni SALE-LIST YmiTT" PRO PER TY - FOR
r sale or rent with K. P. CULLEN A CO.,
Minnesota Headquarters, 237 West First at.
;>-n> v
troic >;»LK-»I«CKtHNaniN,
moil BAI.E-cil.HcK "NURSERY STOCK-
I mining, city and country property.
Particular attention publ to patents of all
kinds, choice properly iv ASttaa valiey. Cor
respondence soliei ted.
W. M. STOVER,
Real Estate and Mining Exchange.
8 30 tf 227 W. First st.
IJIOR SALE—MINING OUTFIT, CHEaT FOR
A cash, including new wagon specially fit
ted out with water casks and other Imple
ments. Inquire in rooms 4 and S, New Wilson
block. 0-24 if
£»OR SALE—PINE TEAM OF SCOTCH Fit
I riles, ior ladies or children, or will sell
choice; Freeinnti st., cor. Logan, or address
P. O. Box 404, city, 9-2 H.it
FOR - SALE—HORSE AND HARNESS. 229
E. Thirtieth St. • l()-l-2t
PAPERS IR QWABTITIRB
V to suit til tb;> otlii-e.
TOR It BNT— HOI -KS.
ITIOH RENT - 9-ROOM BOUSE; 320 s. OLfVE
st.; just been put in first-class condition;
newly papered, painted, etc. BARNES At
BARNES, 227 W. Second et. 9-lfl tf
pOB RENT-6-BOOM" t'OTTAGE, 220~W IN-
I stun st., $17, with water. Apply 880 Wall
street. ln-l at
rOJt K'.'NT—KOOMS.
I,i6k bent—furnished or unfurnish
ed rooms; single or en suite; rooms for
llglit housekeeping; terms by the week or
mouth the lowest iv the city; free baths; loca
tion unsurpassed; only live minutes' walk Iron
business centre. .SHAFFER HOUSE, f>2s Sand
St., near high school. 9-14 tf
|,"H>R KKNT-LUtGE SITTING-ROOM AND
_T bedroom, with gas and use of bathroom:
close in; nice location; suitable for one or two
gentlemen; rate 1118 lor one and $20 for two
persons; references required. AddressO. X. 8.,
box 30, Herald offtoe. 9-10 it
IT OR BENT—NICELTFI'RNI7mED~ ROOMS,
JF single oreti suite; light housekeeping priv
ileges allowed; the best location in the cily:
reasonable rates. 020 South Broadway. Pri
vate family. 8-27 tf
r TM3 LET--FP.ONT HAY WINDOW IiOOM,
A handsomely furnished, to gentleman, in
private family; electric cars pass the door.
843 South Broadway. , 10-1-21
rpo LET - FURNISHED
1 rent to three lines of cars. 229 li. Thir
tieth st. 10-l-2t
TO LET - N ICELY-FU RNISHED Rf)O.MB;
very desirable; reference required. 120
E. Eighth st, 10-1-21
TO LET-PART OF STORE. INq7JIrE~VT
111' S. .spring st, lu-1-31
IWONKY TO LOAN.
(INCORPORATED).
Loans money in any amounts on all
kinds of collateral security, dia
monds, jewelry, sealskins, merchan
dise, ele. .Also on pianos, iron and
steel safes, and professional libra
lies, without removal; and on fur
niture in lodging, boarding houses
and hotels, without removal. Par
tial payments received. Money
quick. Business contidentiaL Pri
vate office for ladies.
W. E. DEO ROOT, Manager.
8- 29 ly 'Rooms 2, 8 A 4,114 .-. Spring st.
ONEY TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS, JeYveTT
ry, watches, pianos, sealskins, live stock,
carriages, bicycles and all kinds of personal
and collateral security. LEE BROS.,
9- 18 ly _ 1 ' 402 S. Spring st.
rF YOU WISH TO LOAN OR*BORROW
money, call on J. .X: 3. C. FI.OURNOY, Real
Estate and Financial Agents, 130 Broadway.
All business strictly confidential.
8-12-s.ai-sun-inon-tf
{JgOAA/i TO $70181 TO - LOAN-SECURITY
nrwWOv' must be flrst-olass.
COPBLAND A ADAMS,
10- 121 114 8. Broadway.
MONEY To LOAN ON PERSONAL COlT
lateral, mortgage and other good securi
ties. WIGMOIiE & O'BRIEN, '431 W. First St.
9-28 tf
rpO LOAN—WE HAVE~B*OO AND {600 TO
X loan on good real estate security. FLOUR
NOY, 12H llroiidway. ' 11-2H If
E.SXsi£i.iS?;
MRS. DR. J. 11. SMITH, SPECIALTY, MlD
wlfery. Ladies cared for during conilne
menl at 7*7 Bellevue avenue, calls promptly
attended to. i elcphone 1119. 0-2lf
~tJ ~ i!1..\ X I•:.-1.1.E,~M. D., EYE AND EAR,
Hit late of Illinois Eve and Ear Inllrninrv
and Chicago opthalmlc College. Office, 242 1 .,
s. Broadway. 9-2tf
G~KOBGe" iiT"reach, m. v., office ani>
residence, 131 North Spring st. Office
hours, S to 12, 1 toft ti to 8 p.m. Telephone
433. _____
MRS. DR. v Kl.iTs" IN HER BKKIK
block, 127 E. Third st. Specialty, diseases
of women. '
ICXCUKSIONS.
me day'saved byTakino
|Bnftfffi|rso" / Santa Feexcuraions to Kan-
York and Boston. 'Leave Los Angeles every
Wednesday: personally conducted through to
<'hieago and iiostnn; iamily tourist sleepers to
Kansas City nnd Chicago daily. Low rates and
quickest Dine, office, 129 N. Spring st. 7-1
PHILLIPS' EAST 'BOUND EXCI'RSIONS-
Personully I'onductcd, via Denver and Rio
Grande and Hook Island Routes: leaves Los
Angeles every Tuesday and Friday; crosssing
the sierra Nevada* nnd passing tlie entire
scenery on the Rio Grande by daylight. office,
138 S. Spring si. 7-1 If
"T C.~jrDBON *" c4'4 EXCURSIONS EAST
fit every Wednesday via Salt Lake ritvuhd
Denver. 'Tourist ears to Chicago and Boston.
Manager in charge. Office, 212 S. spring st.
jil'Ji
Wall Fsjisr at. Cost.
White hack 5 cents a roll, gold paper 10 cents
a roll. Labor below coat—we charge 10 cenrs a
ro l and employ union workmen at 10 cents a
roll. This is your chance to save money, F. J
Bauer, 237 South Spring street.
Oreasril to Order in Fiv-j Mlnates.
Live, fat chickens. Beau & Clark, 110 E. sth.
Hcadiiuait rs for ttioroughbred poultry, game
and produce.
Usx Gibma.n Family Soap.
CEYLON TEAS. SSkei.
THE MARKETING OF FRUITS.
Discussion by thfi State Horti
caltnral Society.
Faster KaJlrond *Time Will Lower
i Freight lutes.
Tta* Evils of a Lack of Organization
Amuug JFrult-Qroners —Tha Olios.
Hun ot Freight Charges—OlH
oera Nominated.
An important meeting of tbe Cal
ifornia itate horticultural eocietr was
held at 2JO Sutter street ye«iVtlß.v
afternoon, says the Ban Francisco Kx
amlner of Saturday. It was to consii ir
the question of distant marketing of
Oaliiornia fruits.
J. S. Stabler of Ynba City opened tbe
discussion. |
"There is one point to which 1 think
tbe attention of all fruit-growers should
be called," he aaid. "I think tbera is a
lack of organization. In svery fruit
growing section, whether large or small,
j there should be a boc et7 to rsgulate the
I general marketing, and the majority of
trie organization ought to govern. By
this plan petty rivalries will be obvia
ted and all will ba benefitted. Concert
oi action is what is needed. Although
the decision of the majoritjsjrnay not be
always for the best, yet it is safer to
trust to them than for one man to de
pend on hia own wisdom.
"In one diatrict where I am ac
quainted tbe benefits of organization
have bean dietinctly felt. Ttie re
sult is that tbe fruit is gathered
at a convenient point of shipment,
and has been wel. handled. Here
tofore shipments have been made
in a desultory manner. A fruit-grower
would get a small quantity of products
together and try to gat them to market.
The result would frequently be tbat he
met with loss, and sometimes it hap
pened that he never heard of hia fruit
again.
BEWKFrra of co-operation.
"This year in the little section that I
speak of an organization has been at
work, and tha effect has been joat what
wonld ba expected. The fruit has been
shipped in foil, aqnare carloada, and
has been shipped to tha very beat ad
vantage.
"The experienced and wealthy grow
ers felt tbe good of tbe ptan as well aa
tbe smaller growers. One young man
who had never tried fruit growing be
fore, found bis interests thoroughly pro
tected and made a profit, where if he
bad been alone ho would have suffered
a loss. A widow, who knew nothing
about business, entrusted ber fruit to
the association and got out of it three
times a- much aa if ahe had attempted
to handle it herself." . . .
CANNED FRUIT AND DRIED FRUIT,
A. G. Freeman apoke of the import
ance of attention to the canned and dry
fruit product.
"Who or what makes tbe market or
the market prlcea of a product?" asked
Mr. Freeman. "We admit tbat manu
facturers of a certain article which goea
into general consumption, in other
words a necessity, may control the prise
to a certain extent by manufacturing
just so much as consumera need. This
involves controlling tbe entire product,
wbich ia often attempted but rarely
achieved. But that the producers of any
agricultural product oi any considerable
number can control the price of that
product we moat emphatically deny, and
claim that all attempt at organization
i and co-operation for the purpose of con
trolling tbe price ia time and money
thrown away.
"We aay that dried peaches are worth
8 centa per pound; that pmnea are
worth 5 centa, tbat raisins are worth
certain prices. What makea them worth
theee pricee? Ia it not a fact tbat the
fundamental laws of supply and de
mand, of production and consumption,
make the market or fix tbe price of any
product? If co, when we aay dried
peaches are worth 8 cents per pound to
the producers in California, does it not
mean tbat the consumers will pay the
price, plus freight and selling charges,
with the wholesalers' and the retailers'
charges addsd? I claim that the market
price of all products is primarily gov
erned by tbe law of supply and demand,
of production and conaumption. Tbat
the market price of a product ia often
lower than it should be before it goea
into consumption and often higher than
it should be when controlled by spscu
lators, I admit, and aa evidence of tbe
first proposition I will invite yonr at
tention to tbe course the market on
dried peaches and apricots has taken
thia seaaon.
DEMAND FOR APRICOTS,
"Owing to the prevailing hard timea
and general diatrnat among tradespeople,
the market price for dried peaches and
apricots at tha beginning of the season
was fixed at an extremely low figure,
and the product moved slowly until it
went into actual consumption. The
moment it waß fairly well distributed
into tbe consuming section the demand
rapidly increased, and we have had a
constantly advancing market ever aince.
Thia advance has been occasioned wholly
and entirely by tbe prevailing . is'iirip'
tive demand, as the tradesmen have
| fought the advance every inch and had
i no confidence in it.
"That the market price of a product U
j often too high when controlled h" spec- i
ulators is self-evident; we need ~u\y to
iook at the recent collaose in ~ri>~ ■ o
in the Chicago market a? an exempt
this principle, or if we wish to Ie
nearer home, at the ahnorniaUy
prices we obtained for o'ir dried perch-s
in 1891. Dried peaches i. i .re aaid ur
20 centa per pound net catb to tin pro
ducer eventually went to the nunc.', me
at one-half tbat price, after having ,
been carried for six months by toe
speculator. There is an idor. ijuiu
prevalent that tbe market price is
largely tbe creation of manipulators—
tbe middlemen —while the truth oi the
matter ia theae men or firms who;., we
call shrewd operators, and whom we are
apt to think of aa the makera or oreatora
of market prices, are simply the onea
best able to detect the variona caprices
and whims of tbia moat capricious
damsel, the market. . . .
SMALL HOLDINGS GIVE A FIRM MARKET.
"A large number of holders with a
small product each it more conducive to
a firm and advancing market than a
small number of holders each having a
large product. Large aggregations of a
product always give prospective buyers
an exaggerated idea of the size of that
product. Toil principle haa almoat
daily prooi in the great grain and pro
duce exchange* of the country, where
The guaranteed cure for all headachei It
Bromobel tier—trial bottle 10 eta.
the statement oi a large visible eupp y
alwayi reduces tbe price and a state
ment ol a small BUpply advanced the
price. It is also generally the ns
where (hero are many sellers there are
few buyers; the healthy market is
where but a limited supply in com
' partson to tbe demand is offered at any
one time. The conclusion is that small
individual holding* ol any product with
bat limited offerings at any one timt
ere more conducive to a firm and
advancing- market than large aggrega
tions.
"(ionerally epoaklng, the time to sell is
when some one wants to buy. The mis
take is more often made of holding a
product beyond t ie real soiling period,
rather than of selling too soon. The
producer wbo always waits for the top
sells oftsner at the bottom. As any
' loud product increases iv volume the
profit to the middleman, the wholesale
and roinil grocer, decreases, or, in other
I word?, when any 'ood product increases
j in v to that extent that its use be
conies (j., ueral, ths natural compf tition
among • iioleaale and retail grocers re
liuoes the profit to ths minimum, for
I rj> . ;-. c : When raisins are used for n
iletsen. fruit, or sold aa a confection out
lof a fancy package containing, an > x
pensive lithograph, tbey are classed ns
a luxury and aold at a large margin of
firotit by all dealers through whose
landa tbey pasa; but when they are put
into common cotton or jute bags and
aold as an ordinary article of daily food
to working men nnd women, the margin
of profit is extremely small. Tins holds
good with any food article under like
conditions'." . . .
TO EXTEND TIIK MARKET.
K. W. Maslin aaid that at a receir
meeting of the atate board of trade, W.
H. Mills suggested that somo of the
common carriers might be iuduced to
extend the held of shipment of fruits.
Mr. Maslin was hopeful that the fruit-
I growers would think this matter of euf
l nelent importance to be serioualy con
sidered. Tbe idea of sending to towns
whttre smaller (liianiities than cariords
could bs disposed of ought to be kept
prominent. . . .
Richard Gray, traffic manager of the
Southern Pacific company, said: "The
Southern Pacific railroad ia deeply in
terested in the welfare and crowing
prosperity of California, and this is in
dissolubly connected with the devel
opment of the fruit-growing industry.
The Southern Pacific has kept its con
tracts in regard to making time on fiuit
cars, and has impressed on its connec
tions the importance of maintaining the
promised schedule time. lam aware
that some ol the roade approaching New
York, Boston and other largs cities have
neglected to do co. Tbia was not our
fault. We delivered tbe goods on time
to our connections, and used our best
efforts to keep them briskly moving to
their destination." . . .
KKlilOllr It.VI'KS ON KRLTT.
Mr. Stabler said that at tbe beginning
of the fruit traffic from this state east
ward tha railroad had charged $1000 a
carload to Chicago. They have made
reductions Irom time to time until fin
ally they have reached $250.
"I beard a railroad man remark that
he expects to see the time when fruit
will be shipped to Chicago for $50 a
car," said Mr. Stabler. "I hope tbat
may prove true even before there is a
competitor, but i don't believe it will.
I hope there will be a
tbat will not draw out fortunes of mil
lions of dollars and then try to run
their business in a wiry to make interest
on a huge bonded debt. At any rate I
hope we may be able to get better figures
than those now ruling.
* *
This brought Mr. Gray to his feet.
"If Mr. Staolcr .will pit down with me
for half an "I will con
vince' llim that! the preen t rates on
fruit ere reasonable..: I will prove to
him that the railroad company gets no
more than half a cent a mile per ton,
which 1 think he will is not ex
orbitant.
"The great trouble in the fruit traffic
lies in the refrigerator earn that are
nssd. We bave to transport an ice
house on wheels. We have to haul
4200 pounds of deed weight to get 2400
pounds of pttying freight."
AIII2.VD OF TIME.
Mr. Gray observed that Mr. Mills is
full of good ideas, but in his plan of
opening tbe smaller markets he is in
advance vi the times. Before the load
ing and on' - "ling of cars by piecemeal
can be r.e00.... isbed something moat be
invented to keep fruit from decaying as
it does now.
President Lelong said this waß so im
portant a question that he had beeu re
quested to have its discussion continued
at tbe next meeting, to be held at San
Jose on the last Friday of next month.
It was so ordered. . . .
Nominations for officers for the ensu
ing year were made as iollows: Hon
orary president, Prof. K. W. Higard,
Berkeley; president, B. M. Lelong, San
Francisco; vice-president, Leonard
Coatee, Napa; treasurer, A. T. Porkinß,
Alameda; secretary, E. J. Wickeon,
Berkeley ; directors. N. P. Batchelder, J.
L. Mosher, K. W. Maslin, Howard Over
acker, S. J. Stabler, A. Barnard.
SAN BERNARDINO MAY.
She Proves Too Sharp for Several l.os
Augtilenos.
May Myerß cams up from San Ber
nardino on Saturday.
May iB a rustler and does not believe
in procrastination. She immediately
took an Alameda street crib ami com
menced operations.
first she induced a man with more
sense '.'Tail oioney to accept ber hospi
tably, ne stole, it is charged, $20 from
, and hearing hs had gone to tbe
• station to report his loss, left her
and went, out for a stroll. She met
a hallbreed. and while discussing the
weatits! with him took $5 from his
pocket. Hha then enjoyed a well de
red " je, and, feeling invigorated,
arose the rent morning aud robbed an
other victim of quite a sum of money.
Now May ia in jail with several
as ol robbery against her.
She waa arrested by Detectives Benson
and .'. uUe.
Tim woman's "mac" came up to the
jail shortly after the arrest and re
quested to eeo hei. lie was given a
severe tongne-lashiug by the chief and
sent about his business.
A New Cause.
Thousands Flock to Its Standard.-When
a new cause is presented to the public it always
excites attention. A prominent physician has
■aid tnac la grippe, du'ing tbe last three years
has done more to weaken the hear ts ot the
world than any other cauto that has ever ex
isted. Those who have- had this malady aud
subsequently (ound themselves subject to pal
pitation., short breath, irregular pulse, wind in
stomach, pain in side or shoulder, smothering
spells, tainting, dropsy, etc., may reel assured
they have heart disease, which unless checked
at once, may result fataby. Dr. Miles' New
Heart Care is the only remedy that can t>» re
lied upon to effect a onre. Sold by c H ftautic,
177 N. Spring, on a guarantee. Ask for the doc
tor's new book, free.
Hare Bxecham's Phm alwa ■ in tho bou'O
no c.
ABOUT HOLES IN THE GROUND.
Mmmg 1 Notes From Bontl»«i*t
California Points.
A PW&ialng Onyx Mino in the San
liiTuunliin) Mountains.
San Hepnar ;lno Ouunty Mines - IS g
atiateaji Mines In It* Woraod
by M Bui III«cnn--Ksouudiclo
Gold Mines.
Moreno Indicator: T. K. Lyman and
J. Miller, while hunting In thu Shi Ber
nardino mountains rscently, discovered
two onyx leads in Lrtle creek.
They brought out about 130 pounds of
the valuable atone and had it milled.
The size of the ledges nnd the appear
ance of the croppinga in.feats that large
slsba of this valuable ornamental stone
can be obtained. Tin samples shown
are of the li i- I ijuhty, Mr. Lyman
has been »*♦ u<•••! Nfs market at good
prices for a'l ■ lit finiJt that he can fut
meh. He hi- internal**)! severs! of hid
friends In tf '.Die am! It la proposrd to
begin the a*i«i> -i d-veloiifnailt at once.
Mr. i.vivm. • n I run lafld owner ami
one of th* ♦«> t - wit leu of. tni* vxl • v
nnd none in • • h- it lv cuiigratuiH.it
liiinup.ii lii oil !.t Lilian ihe Indi
cator.
N't tl. • • i (y Mines.
Sen B«rn»: •.• t« uners From Mr.
J. B. Co •'■, »im is now in the city, tha
following ur.ii ng news was obtained
which v II bo u( interest:
The Uolooiulj Valley Gold company
has cotnm>;need operations witb their
dredging and amalgamation maohinerv.
The dredging and hoisting works work
well, but there is a defect In the amal
gamation works which will be remedied
in a few days by new machinery. The
gravel runs all that can be desired,
f Tho Bndd I))bl« Mill and Mining com
pany (Old Gold Mountain) have close 1
down for the winter, bnt expect tn start
up large works in the spring. The su
perintendent tliinxs it possible that
they may put up a sawmill this fall in
Hear valley to get the timbers ready for
tha reduction works in the spring.
The Black Hawk mines have a few
men at work opening op some oie
bodies.
A Chicago company has bonded what
is known as the Cox Ranch gold mines,
and are employing about 20 men. They
have leased the Victor mill and have
given a contract for the handling of
11)00 tons of ore. The mill will start up
in a few days.
The Morongo King Alining compsnv,
Livingston mine, is sinking a new eh ait
some distance from the old shaft, and is
now down about 120 feet. It is the in
tention of the company to make connec
tion with tbe old shalt whenitgeta
down to the Baine depth iv the old one,
and if the ore proves to continue will
immediately put up reduction works. C.
W. Allen, the president, is pushing mat
ters. The road is now open to White
water, and with a few miles more of
road you can travel by way o! Bear val
ley also.
The Sidewinder mine, near Victor, 'a
working abont half a dozen men opet, ng
up new ore bodies. Tula mine ia now iv
the hands of capitalists, who mean to
work it legitimately.
Mr. Means continues to work his gold
properties in the Dry Lake district.
Metzser's company, in Holcomb val
ley, ia working a lew men ou its gold
properties.
Benj. Smith haa bonded hiagold prop
erty to Lob Augeles parties for 00 days.
Stockton shows some fine gold ore from
bis desert claims.
Tbe Rose mine haa struck another
large body of rich ore on ita 200-foot
level.
Mexican Coal Mines.
San Diego Union: A dispatch from
Tnciion etates that W. J. Lyons of Sau
Diego has just secured a ninety-nine
years' lease of the Mexican concession
oi 570 square leagues of land in Sonora,
Mexico, embracing the largest anthra
cite coal deposits in the world. Ttie
coal is said to be superior in quality to
iii-it. of the celebrated Lehigh valley.
Diamond-drill borings at different
points on the concession show there are
millions of tons. The strata penetrated
rauges from seven feet to twenty-two
feet in thickness ut a depth of from 54
to 393 feet. The coal fields are only
seventy-two miles from Guaymai nnd
within twenty-two miles of Moreno.
The compAny nave also railrotd, harbir
and other valuable concessions, all of
Which are embraced in the lease.
Escondido Gold Mines.
Escondido Times: G. W. Frederick
of Los Angeles arrived in Kscondido
Monday evening, and on Tuecdey, with
a small force of men, began work on re
opening the old Escondido g Id m»..a
southeast of town. The stock of the
Escondido Gold Mining company, wbicb
owns tho mine.*, haa recently passed
into the bands of Los Angeles parties,
and through the efforts oi Mr W. >V.
Thomas, who also haß an interest, ttie
new owners have been induced to com
mence work on the property.
It ia known that these mines years
ago produced considerable gold, and tha
new owners propose to test the property,
and if ore is found in paying quantitiei
tbe mines wiil be worked to their full
capacity, and a mill will probably ho
put up Mr. Frederick, one of the
principal owners, is a practical miner
and will superintend the work.
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