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Heath of George K. Foittar—Annual
Church Meeting.
Pabadkna, Dee. 7.—Pasadena has
been called upon lately to mourn the
death of a uumher oi her prominent
citizens, but none will be felt more
keenly than that of Mr. George F. Fos
ter, which occurred at his home on
Xl Dorado-street in this city laet sven
iok about 9 o'clock.
Deceased haß been very low for sev
eral weeks aud hia death has been ex
pected for some time.
Mr. Foster has b»en a resident of this
city for the past nix years, coming here
from Portland, Me., of which city he
was one of the most progroesive busi
ness men. He came here with the
intention of not entering business again,
bnt his large property interests, which
were gradually acquired, required his
attention to a great extent.
At the time of his death lie wan pres
ident of the Colorado-Street Unilway
company, taking an active internet in
the affairs of the corporation. He wae
also a leading member of the board of
trade, being one of the directors of that
institution, and taking much in'.erest
in ite prosperity.
Pereonally he was beloved and re
spected by all who camo in contact with
him while in business or sooisl life,
while hie surprising vitality and energy
for a man of hiß years wae universally
He leaves but one, sister, Mrß. Whit
more, to mourn hia departure, hie wife
having preceeded him acroea the river,
several years ago.
In hie death the family sustains a
sad loea, and the community loses nue
of ita most venerably aud respected cit
The funeral services will be hold from
the Univerealist church tomorrow, (Fri
day) afternoon at 2 o'clock, conducted
by Rev. Florence Kolloek, assisted by
Rev. C. K. Harris.
ANNUAL Clll ItCH MttliTlN').
The annual meeting of the Fust Con
gregational church held last evening,
waa well attended, aud a grsat success
of both financially end socially. The
social part of tho evening consisted of
au elegatU Bupper which was served by
the ladies, and a general goed social
time. Following the supper tbe bust;
neas part of the meeting, in clittrue of
Rev. D. D. Hill, pastor ol tbe church,
received attention.
Reports received Ircm the various of
ficers of tbe church showed -.lie associa
tion to be in a very satisfactory condi
tion, both financially and spiritual Iv.
The report ol Clerk Geo. A. Green
showed an increase oi membership dur
ing the past year trom 280 to -04, while
t r.< contributions piece even a greater
increase. Tho treasurer reported total
receipts for tbe y*ar $4044 69, und ex
penditures, |-if>97 05. A deficiency oi
about $700 which existed waa entirely
cleared off by aubeciiption raised during
the evening.
Encouraging reports were received
from the secretaries of the various soci
eties connected with the church, show
ing a stnudy gain.
Tee following officers were elected:
Clerk, one year, Goo. A.Green; cte.is
urer, one year, Geo. A. Green ; superin
tendent oi Sunday school, Prof. A. L.
Hamilton ; board of directors. Dr. Ghat.
A. Davie, James M.'Wood, Morill Whit
on, C. M. Davis, Edward Groenendyke;
deacon, four yearn, W. C. Clapp; morn
ing ushers, one year, Lucius Jarvie,
Penj. W. Holm, H. 0. Prim;, Charles
R >ney ; evening unhero, on t year, Senj.
li Page, Carl Naeh, benj. Walbridge, K.
G. Groenendyke.
tiis xaaoop oaxsatiAmoH.
A meeting of the committee of ar
rangements for the Throop celebration
was held in the ioouib of tiie board of
trade at 10 o'clock this morning.
Mr. Arthur, chairman of the commit
tee, presided over the meeting.
Reportß from sub-committees were
received, ohowing that the popular enb
ecription for the purchase oi the portrait
of Mr. Throop baa all been railed with
no difficulty.
Tho date lor he.hiing the celebration
waa definitely determined upon for De
cember 21.it, and the committee in
structed to at ouca arrange details with
Mr. Holmes of ilia Green for the ban
quet, which is to bs given in tho even
ing. W. C. Stuart and A. B. Mouahun
wore added to this committee, and steps
will at once be taken to ruako final ar
The next meotiug of the committee
will be held on Tueedoy next, in the
same place, ot 10 s. m.
uuunico run uousn;.
A large stable on South Fair Oiks
avenue, near the Santa Fe freight depot,
burned down about li o'clock last even
ing. There was stored in the structure
about 75 tona of hay belonging to W. W.
Ford, a horse, cow and calf. The horse,
waa burned to death, becoming fright
ened by the flames and refuting to come
out. The other animals wore gotten out
«11 right, but the building aud hay was
X total loss. There waa no insurance.
The fire company was called out, but
the structure was well consumed before
its arrival. The blaze was started by
tramps, who were encamped in the barn
for the night.
A large number of easterners are in
A good rain would do no harm at tbe
present time.
The comedy A Laughing Girl promisee
to attract a good audience at the opera
house tomorrow evening.
Ihe tegular weekly session of Mrs. Mc-
Caldin's dancing class was held laet
evening in Morgan's hall.
The death of the little son of Mr. and
Mrs. S. S. Vandervooit, aged 4 dears,
took place in this city yesterday.
The grip ie very prevalent in this city
at present, and it is hard to find one
who haa not been more or leBB efUicted.
Work goes on actively preparatory to
the opening of the Raymond hotel.
General Wentworth, the' manager, ia
expected here tomorrow, while several
carloada of 6ervanta will arrive during
the ensuing week.
Tbe aipnaltnm work?, which have
been located along the Santa Fe railway
tracks during tbe paving of Colorado
street, are being taken down prepara
tory to removal San Francisco.
The proposed work on Raymond ave
nue haa fallen through, and no more
paving will be done in the city thia
Large audiencea continue to be at
tracted to tha revival eervicea at the
Baptist churoh, which are being held
every evening by Rev. Cairns. A large
number of young people from tbe Eaßt
Loa Angeles church cime up on tho 7
o'clock Terminal lant evening to attend
the eervicea.
Younc N. nb't I« OU a Fair Way to Un
Pomona, Dec. 7.—From inquiry'made
in releronce tc the condition of the little
son of Mr. W. F. Nesbit this morning,
we learned that, noth withstanding the
fearful injury to the herd, he wan con-
Bcicus of what was passing on around
him; and his physician now entertains
v hope that Uv may recover, should com
plications bo no worse than tha present
A party of Pomona's young ladies
and gentlemen are to take iheir second
lesson this evening in the Oxford min
uet done, under the graceful and ai
tistic instruction of Mrs. M. li. Wright,
one of Pomona's deserving women.
The "Willis-boy ' ia becoming quite
a favorite With tOOiStT-joers, as more
| preferable tbe "full-J'ees." except on
I rare or extremely formal occasions.
John Hchn, a (Jcnnim living in the
vicinity of Olsramoot, bad Ins cabin
broken into yesterday and fotne *25 and
two watches were siolen from him, SO
he reported to some of our official • yes
Mrs. Sarah E. Bailey has just sold a
■ 5-aere true: In ttie southwest part of I
Pomona for the gitn of ?22f>U, to poms
newcomer, She ie the relict ot tho ljto
Dr. U S. Sailev.
W. F Niehoiii, D. P., biShnp of Call
-1 foroi i, will visit and hold service at St.
Paul's Epircopal church on Ws lee-day,
| li'th inst. Further particulars will be
I given in scans future is-ue.
The Uiiiversahms ure «c luuy ac l ses
preparing for their entertainment on
tomorrow— during the (i.-iy and evening
Mrs. Cia r k», daughter "I "'Graiidma
Feme," ia snpssted homo this weals*
Mrs. Prawitt, of L xin;:ton, Ky., co
' well known here, having spent several
j wiajeis In this va'.lty, is expected to.ar
rive m rWtioun within a uay or co ior
the goiisoti-. -.. riV J®"- "
I. -i Cniibirue U girling with la
| gri 9*f*\ \ yvkJ'S \V |i •
l.,Di^+a-will I f--o.in >> a'few da-e to the
Mr-j-ivc tv.inirtff-rrisfriet to jim -.he party
who Is(tyesterday, so wo uro told.
Mr. Fred Westphal is new able to get
around witli, the aid til o cam.
J. D. Canon has been |v fie ring with
tho prevalent iiiflaer.zi r>f the day.
Miss Cotik, corner of Fifth avenue and
Main etreet, wiio lihh been sick for sev
eral days, is now reported about well,
we are glad to pay.
Independent Older o! Foresters, court
No. 450, Pomona, held their annual elec
tion of officers last night at their hall,
!he fullowine beimr the result: Freak
Helfour, C. R ; L. f). l'rindle, V. O. R.;
U. E White, K. S.; Wm. Shult, F. 8.;
ii, Johnson, treaaurer; T. S. A. Mav
nird. chaplain] Eimer McCorrick, S. R.
W.; F. Hathaway, J. R. W.; J. R. Mc-
Cain, S. R. B, ; A. B. Ooulin. J. R B.
Mrs. Mary Lynde Craig, a woman of
high literary attainments, who dolivered
a paper of much interest in Los Angeles
a ehoit timo since on Ia Legislation for
Women Ne;:essr.ry, waa in the city
yeoterdny, tbe gueat ol Mr. and Mra.
8. M. HtskeikOi tho Progress. She lias
promised to return on Saturday, the
'Jtli mat. to attend liie next meeting of
of the women's council, a fact our ledy
friends win be glad to learn.
Several members of the Masonic fra
ternity aro going to Los Angeles thie
afternoon to be on baud at tho reception
given the newly-elected grand master of
the order in this atate.
Tho latest report on the enbsidy lo
the electric roi'd ii very satisfactory, we
understand, to President Baldwin ; and
the general opiniou now ie that it will
be a reality iv the nenf future.
The progress of the Salvation army in
Pomona ia vary satisfactory to the offi
eori Who have so faithfully worked ai
this point, and lor a loug time against
heavy odds.
Tile Connty to lie Advertised at tho Mid
winter Fair.
Rivniis'iuc, Dec. 7. —The committee
appointed by tho recently organized
board oi trade, consisting of Mcme. 8.
0. Evans, Frank A. Miller. M. J. Daniels
and ( i. 0. Newman, waited on the board
of city trustees yesterday afternoon and
urged them to make an appropriation
to advertise this city in the shape of a
pamphlet. They were of the opinion
that $500 would pay the cost ot priming
and distributing tbe same.
The board was impressed with the
Ides and will probably have a neat book
printed for distribution at the mid
winter fair at San Francisco. The sub
ject was finally referred to the city
attorney, who will pass on the validity
of tho board's appropriating money for
advertising purposes.
Heretofore the money used for advsr
tislug the city has been raised by private
subscriptions and has bsen inadequate.
E. E. t Werholzer of Lob Angeles, rep
resenting tbe Covenant Mutual Benefit
association, is in town.
Constable Roberts of South Riverside
brought live cramps in to the county
jail yesterday.
Deputy Sheriff Robinson landed J.
Lopez, S. Choba and Pedro Alvera in the
county bastile yosterday on a charge of
horse stealing.
Constable McCoy of Beanmont ar
rested a Mexican yeeterday on a charge
of assault to murder.
Next Tuesday evening Prof. C. C. Mc-
Key will inaugurate hia winter dancing
The Ladies' Whist clnb will meet at
Mrs. Monroe's today.
Tbe case of Jarnia va. the Orange
Growers' Packing company was up for
hearing yesterday before Judge Noyea of
tbe superior court.
The Wolves of New York played last
night to a fair sized house at the Loring.
Improvement ot the Knaua Asked for.
San Bbbnarwno, Dec. 7.—The ques
tion of improving the roads in this conn
ty is being agitated juat at present. Pe
titions are being circulated and numer
ously signed, as follows:
Your petitioners, property owners of
San Bernardino county, do hereby re
spectfully request you to submit to the
voters of said county a proposition to
issue bonda in the sum of $200,000 for
the purpose of improving the public
As a baeia for thia rcqueßt we Bubmit
the following reasons, to-wit:
The pressing need of good roads ia con
ceded by all clisaeo.
A very large number ot people in the
county have expended all the meana at
their command in improving aud plant
ing their orchards. We believe that if
the proceeds of tbe bond 9 were appor
tioned to each supervisorial district on
tbe baeia of asseised valuation, and the
work ot construction (excepting engi
neering, bridges, etc.t) given to bona
fide residents at a moderate rnte of com
pensation, it would sccompli->h the two
toli! result of relieving tho present finan
cial stringency and providing thia coun
ty with highway! Which would prove an
Ultimate economy to ourselves 88 well
aa tin attraction to the wealthy home
seekers who aie now II ickina to South
ern California.
We believe that the actual saving
which good roads Will effect in lime,
animals and vehicles alone, will pay tne
Douglas While of the San Francicco
Examiner >c in the city.
Manager K. H. Wade pi-esed through
town today en rr.ule to Redlands.
'i he receipts of the connty recorder's
office for the lust month amounted to
tj7os 10, while the expanse! weresCo2.4B
Miss Gertrude Finney, who delighted
the audience at the Armory last even
ing, returned to tha Angel city today.
The grand jury came into court today
and J. il James requested to beexensed
as foreman. Capt. J. H. Garcia was se
lected to iiil the position.
Ton Colton' city council has .appointed
.! .". T. Taylor to estimate tha value of
I ihe plans ol the Colton WaterVompauy.
C. J. ivlulko/of the Redoudo hotel iB
[in town for the purposo ol advertising
that result. '
L.ist .Sunday morning Monaghan &
j Murphy's store at the .Needles waa burg
larised. The thievee were caught at
; Victor and will arrive this evening in
! this city in charge oi Deputy Sheriff
' Keyes.
A meeting of the newly organized
1 chamber ot commerce will be held in
i tne court house Wednesday evening
: December 13th. Business of importance
in the way of securing rooms, etc., will
come Up for consideration and all mem
bers aro requested to be present.
Robert E. Tuylor ia suing for a divorce
sfrom his wife Mary E. Taylor.
Tbe Webber debating society will hold
' their regular aession at. the court house
tonight. Tne programme will be a
lengthy one.
Connty Surveyor J. L. Mnnde haa been
granted a leave of absence by the super
irinora for ,'iO days.
Martin Van Wig of Ontario eware to a
warrant before Justice Knox thie morn
ing chargiug Jesna Lopez, L. Cboba and
Pedro Alvera with horse stealing. The
parties are in jail at Riverside, and are
alleged to havb stolen a 4-year-old horse
laet Monday from* the witness.
The jack rabbit bounty has reduced
the number of the pests to a consider
able extent.
The advertising bazaar given by the
Rebekahs at Armory hall last evening
was a success, both financially and so
cially. The programme wae very inter
esting. The proceeds will go towards
establishing au Odd Fellows' orphan
The Turn Verein will give a social and
dance Friday evening at their hall on
Third street.
Tho city taxes become delinquent the
last Monday in thia month and 5 per
cent will be added thereafter.
l*ocnl News Notes aud Personals of
Downey, Dec. 7.—Dry and very warm
weather, and not enough fog to cool the
Mr. E. L. Hill of Crecenta ia here
making arrangements to move. He will
come here to reside and will occuoy the
little ranch owned by Captain Kenfro
cast of town.
Mre. Swain and Mrs. Eli Taylor, jr.,
are both down with an attack ol la
Tne funeral of Cbaries McKinney was
largely attended on Tuesday, and the
Downey school being dismissed on the
occasion the pnpiiy of his room formed
n procession and marched from tbe res
idence to the church.
Mr. Orson Hewitt about 10 or 15 days
since ran a rusty nail into bis foot, and
several days afterwards it began to
cauee him severe pain, when it was
split open; but it was too late, and lock
jaw set in, causing his death. He whs
buried at Little Lake on the Uth mat.
Our drain ditches and streets have are
being put in good condition, and when
the rains come we are prepared to keep
out of the mud.
Our Chautauqua organization num
bers about 22 aud is in a good healthy
condition, meeting weekly.
Dr. C. IS. Riddick and wife will leave
for Memphis, Term., on Monday, where
his services are secnred.
Mrs. Berry of San Francisco came in
unexpectedly and surprised Uncle Judge
tlueter and Mrs. Scott, she being a
friend of long standing.
Rev. Mr. Ingbram is wrestling with
la grippe this week.
Tha Mlnlonary Society Convention—Su
perior Court Matters.
Santa Ana, Dec. 6. —It will be re
membered tbst the Herald had an ac
count of a Mexican having called at the
brick stable on November 28th, and
having a horse and buggy saying tbst
he wanted to drive across the river and
would want it but an hour or two, and
has not returned yet. The office™ have
been in search of him, Marshal Nichols
bavins sent descriptions throughout tbe
country. Today his efforts were par
tially rewarded by receiving a telephone
to the effect that the horse and buggy
had been found on tbe Chino ranch
where they had been abandoned by
Kaynes. After leaving Santa Ana he
went through Capietrano and on to
Oeeanside, where he changed his course
and came back to the Chino ranch
where he evidently learned that the
officers were likely to overtake him
when he abandoned his stolen property.
Captain O. P» Biggs has been suffer
ing from trouble with his eyes for some
days past. His friends will be glad to
learn that his sight is improving.
T. Wood of the Southern California
Wheel company was in Santa Ana
The recent action of the Orange coun
ty chamber of commerce may be fruitful
in bringing about the establishment of
a beet sugar factory in the vicinity of
Santa Ana. It is asserted as a fact that
there is a gentleman with capital wait
ing to build a factory, if the farmers In
the vicinity of Santa Ana will pledge
themselves to plant a certain number of
acres to sugar beets. This is a matter
of great importance to the people of
this valley.
The next reguler meeting of the
Orange County Medical society will be
held at Dr. Boyd's office in Santa Ana
the tirst Tuesday in January.
The fourth annual convention of the
San Diego District association of the
Woman's Foreign Missionary society,
which hae been iv session in this city,
concluded ita business yesterday.
The following committeea was ap
pointed :
Enrollment — Mrs. Melntior, Mrs.
Finance—Mre. Chaffee, Mrs. Down
Resolutions— Mrs. L'bby, Mrs. Chase,
Mrs. King.
Missionary Literature—Mrs. Hill, Mrs.
The following officers were elected for
the ensuing year: President, Mre. Bow
man, Riverside; vice president, Mies
Lincoln, South Riverside; eecond vice
president, Mre. Mather, Colton; third
vice president, Mre. D. M. Bnrns,
Santa Ana; secretary, Mrs. Healey,
Eialto; treasurer, Mrs. Dr. Chaffee,
Garden Grove.
A motion waa me.de in Justice Free
man's court today that a change of
venue be had from Janice Freeman's
court in the Probbie caße, for feeo
charged for arresting trainpa. The mo
tion waa ari;ued by District Attorney
Scarborough for the board of aupervisors
nr.d Chnrleß S. McKelvey for Probbie.
it v.as stipulated that tiie case he tried
In Justice Freomen's office, but another
justice be called in. The time lor tbe
Hearing of the case has not been fixed.
Miss Gertrude Drury of Redlands,wbo
has been attendance nt the missionary
convention, returned home today. She
was a guest of Mrs. Dr. Crane while
The wranuie that, occurred among the
trustees of the free library lust Tceeday
continues, as those who are opposed to
anything that ia not in accord with
Christianity are bound to huvo all in ti -
del publicationa discarded from the
Mre. Fred .Stevens received a cable
gram announcing the death of her
mother in England yesterday.
F. H. Keith ia juat recovering from a
severe attack of la gripp.
B. I. Doykin, out near Tnstiu. is quite
sick again and aa aoon rb ho is able will
be taken to the hot spring.
Tho tickets to the Wolves of New
York are selling very rapidly at liistal
& Rowley's drug store.
Superior court, J. VV. Towner presid
ing—Estate of Panemore, insolvent,
January 12;h fixed for hearing petition
for discharge.
Lewis vs. Goldthwait et al. Defend
aud Goldthwait granted leave to file a
cross complaint.
Bartley vs. Harper et al. Judgment
in favor of plaintiff.
Estate of Swope, deceased. Will ad
mitted to probate; Jennie B. Swope ap
pointed executrix; bond $1800.
Estate of Nugent, insolvent. Julius
J. Schneider appointed assignee; bond
Instate of Spears, decoased. Will ad
mitted to probate; letters issued to
Caroline M. Spearo.
Estate of Warnor, deceased. Final
account allowed and distribution or
Estate of Yphor. deceased. Final
account allowed and diatribution or
Estate of Paddock minore. Account
continued to December 21st.
Estate of Charles, deceased. Order
to show cause continued to December
Estate of the Parrett miners. Same
Estate of Janes, insolvent. Final ac
count allowed and diatribution ordered.
Estate of Dyer, deceased. Homestead
and exempt property Bet apart; family
allowance of $25 per month for six
months ordered.
Estate of Merner, deceased. Older to
show cauae continued to December 21st.
Estate and guardianship of Nixon, a
minor. Order to Bhow cause discharged.
Estate of Wallace, deceased. Order
to chow cause continued to December
Estate of Geyer, deceaeed. Will ad
mitted to probate; letters issued to K.
A. R. Keener; bond $500.
Estate and guardianship of Hansen
minors. Order to show cause continued
to December 21st.
Estate and guardianship of Domon
minora. December 21st fixed for settle
ment of account.
Estate of Yorba, deceased. Settle
ment of accounts continued to December
Parker vs. Parker. Continued to De
cember 21st.
Dibble vs. Bradford et al. Judgment
rendered in favor of plaintiff.
Troubles Threatening; the Kidneys,
Although they are grievous and very often
fatal li disregarded, may be prevented by a
timely report to that admirable safeguard of
health. Hoatetter's stomach Bitters, a genial
promoter of activity iv the renal organs, the
stomach and the liver. Ere Inaction of the
liidaeyi develops] into Bright's disease, dia
betes or other dangerous disorders, recourse
should be had to the Bitters, if this sug
gestion is followed, the happiest outcome of
tho earlier symptoms may be anticipated
with confidence. Check a development of
those maladies at the outset by the means iv.
dlcated, since at their maturity they are bard
Indeed lo conquer. Dyspepsia, rheumatism,
insomnia, nervousness, constipation, malariui
complaints aie eradicated by the Bluer?, n
uicjiciuo of comprehensive use aud prompt
a Keoley League Concert—Local New"
Santa Monica, Dec. 7.—A concert and
literary entertainment will be given at
Steele's opeia house on Saturday even
ing, under the auspices of Keeley league
No. 6of Los Angelea. Tbe Delano Ideal
Guitar and Banjo club will assist, Mrs.
J. B. Brown and Miss Whitehorn of Los
Angeles will eing, and short addresses
by General Runkle, James Kennedy,
Thomas F. Barnes and others. There
will be no collection nor entrance fee,
and everyone is invited.
Frank Thurston, representing the Pio
neer Paper company, epent the day here.
The many friends of' Mr. and Mrs. W.
W. Waller of San Pedro, who formerly
resided hire, will be delighted to know
that they bave a son and that Mrs Wal
ler aud her boy are doing nicely.
Paul B. Conant, the well known all
round newspaper man, spent yesterday
here, looking hale and hearty.
Everyono who can should remember
the colonial dinner at the Lawrence
house on Friday evening from 5 to 8
p. in., it being for a worthy object, given
by the young ladies of the Congrega
tional church, and an all round good
time is promised.
A merry party of young gentlemen
tourists, who are making Los Angeles
their headquarters, came down yester
day, enjoying the luxury of one of Frank
Lawton's'fieh dinners at the mammoth
The annual Christmas Bazaar of the
ladies of the Episcopal church, which
will be held next week, commencing
Tuesday and continuing throughout the
week, gives promise of being unusually
The young men connected with the
Transfer company have beautified the
walk leading lrotn the Ocean house to
tho Santa Fe depot with a choice col
leotiou of plants.
Tbe Whist club elected five new
members Wednesday evening, accepted
tha resignation of Treasurer J. B. Rising
and filled the vacancy by the election of
Mr. E. J. Vawter.
Last night wua ladies' night and tbe
club have wisely concluded to give
each Thursday to their lady acquaint
S. McFaddon brought down hia plow
from his rauch and summer fallowed
the beach yesterday, when the entire
community of the south Bide waa turned
into an immense clam brigade and
clams are a drug on the market now.
It Is Kot What We Sny
But v. hat Hood's Rarsaparilla does that makes
it sell, and has given it such a firm and lasting
hold upon the confidence of the people.
For a dinner pill and general family cathartic
we confidently recommend Hood's Pills.
You Saved My Life!
Were the hearty
( *'3 thanks given
vim |J7 Mcil
i! \,O 1 On Sunday last by
// f\ *?f \\, KARL BODE*
// c\ «!; ui£a«. a stout,
iy Y~T healthy young
— \~J mau ol thiscoan
Los Angei,u«, Cai.., Nov 2<i, 1853.
This ia to certify that I, Karl Soderberg, had
been incapacitated from labor for five months,
owing to an inflamed, stiff and painful ankle
joint, and 1 continued to grow steadily worse
under the treatment of throe leading physl
plant of this city. I could get arouud only on
two crutches. I was very thin and weak. I
then went to the Los Ange'es Medical and Sur
gical Institute, 241 south Main St., and after
two months' treatment with .hem I was able to
go to work on a rauch. and have been wording
overy day since. I have gained flesh and
strength, aud am now will. I gladly recommend
the phyiiciauß of tho Institute aa competent
professional and honorable business men. Fur
further iniormation address P. 0. Box 37, Pico
Blood, Kidney,
Bladder and Skin
Surgical Cases Treated and all Sur
gical Operations Performed.
Diseases of Women Cured.
"This it to certify that I have been under the
care of tbe throu specialist ol the Los Angeles
Medical and Surgical Institute for ns.nalni.il
bronchial catarrh, and have been greatly bene
fited, and can cordially recommend this treat
Los Angeles, Nov. 20, 1898,
Los Angeles Medial & Surgical Institute,
24 l s. Main street.
Hours, 9 to 3, 7 to 8; Sunday 10 lo 12.
Mine years' practice in Los Angeles.
Incubators, Bouo Mills. Alfalfa Cutters.
117 Hast Ec ootid street,
'J-l Gm Los Angelea,
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In 10, 20, 40 and 60-acre firms, to suit purchasers, on credit. Terms at low rate ol Interest
center of which Is the town of Chino. ou Mia Hue of the Houthern pacific railroad, about
three miles south of Pomona and Ontario, fiu. -rounding tho property is the valley portiou of
the Chino i'.anch. OOSiprislug 111,000 acres lying north and cast of Chino creek, subdivided into >
10-acre tracts, winch have a gradual decline toward the tOlth aud southwest, giving ample
natural drainage for successful cultivation.
In IH9I the Beet sugar Company was organized and the refinery built and pat In operation I
at Chino, in a ceutral portion with reference to the property. The result obtained from tha :
operation of the factory for the few years past shown a (ema.rka.ble decree of adaptability of the i
soil to thesucee«sful cultivation of the Sufivr Bom, both iv amount of production and In per- i
ceutaga of sacchnrine matter, and also in th 9 eftlclent capacity of the manufacturing; plant, !
The factory handled during tho present season of 1893 100!) tons of beeis per day, and hare 1
from 600 to 900 tons per day coming iv continuously for the. entire campaign, covering a period !
of nearly four uioulit". It Is proposed now to increase tho tanaclty of the factory by the erec
tion of an additional liuliding aad machinery to suit tho requirements of Increasing prodnc- .
tlou. The roturns for the present campaign have been a total yield of over 15,000,000 pounds
of sugar, which have b»eu shipped out as crude sugar to ba refined elsewhere.
Under adirect and specific contract between Mr. flird and tbe Chino Valley Beet Sugar com- )
pnnv, a corporation which instituted aud operates tho I'.eot Sugar industry, they agreed to pur- <
chs»;! from Mr. (iird or his successors all Ihe beets grown ou the ranch for years to come, and at
theprose nt date, abont November 1, 181)H, before the commencoireat of the next season, a
lined price is established that the factory will pay for the beets at maturity next season. This '
insures the planter in the market for his crop, mid with the price th«t is Hxed, befoie he takes
any risk in tho matter or matel tho first move towards turning over the grjuud.
Possibly there is no other branch of industry where calculations for future results oan be
made so readily or so correctly calculated upon, aud returns realized iv so short a time as in the.'
ultivatlon of the Sugar Beet under such auspices.
While speakiDg particularly in regard to the Important industry of beet growing for tha
mauufuctuie of sugar, estimates oi general fruits should uot bs lost sight of, as a great portiod
ol thelandis especially adapted to
Deciduous Fruits and Deciduous Trees.
Oraugo groves planted on portions of tho Ranch are coming forward, aud olives, tigs, aprl
cot», prunes, pomegranates and berries, in fact California fruits of all kinds, seem indigenous
to the soil. It is also demonstrated that corn, barley, wheat, and in fact all the cereals an*
vegetables, flourish in thia soil and attain a high degree of perfection.
The townsite of chino, located at a convenient point with reference to all portions of the
ranch, 1» a flourishing California town, with telegraph, telephone and express offices, schools
and churches. Means of communication aud transportation are ample. The Houthern Pajifla
railroad runs ita main line direct into Chino, and Is four miles distant from Pomona and Onta
rio, on the main overland line, and in addition Is the proposed extensiou which is now assured
from Pomona, through chino, to South Riverside and Elslnore.
The following are a few of the advantageous features of the Chino valley: First, the cultl.
vatlou of the Kugar Beet, which insures a profit; l. r > tons is an aveiage crop, but 20 tons is not
unusual: which is received by the factory at a fixed price of $1.50 per ton, which during this
present season of 1803 has averaged the grower from ifH5 to *00 per acre net, and clean above ,
all expense of working the ground, planting and harvesting the crop and delivering at the
Weinvlteland seekers generally who are desiring to secure profitable investments to exam
ine thia valuable property, which offers a field for health, profit or Investment.
Four paiaenger trains io and out of Chino every day. We invite correspondence.
For further particulars address or call on us.
a private: sale:.
Lots in thia moat centrally located tract are now offered at private Bale
at a price and on terms to suit purchasers. WHY GO MILES FROM
THE CENTER OF LOS ANGELES, pay carfare for yourself and
family, when yon can buy a lot in this tract within
From Spring and Second streetß, at a price and on terms that will suit
you. Lots we now offer you are fronting Third, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth
and adjoining crosß avenues between the important Southern Pacific
Arcade depot and within three blocks oi Main street.
Fnll particulars.
121 S. Broadway. Lob Angeles. Cal., or Chino. San Bernardino Co., Caiy
IXL Livery and Boarding Stable
Successor to L. WILHZLM.
WsW//// Special attention in hacks, ledies' and gentlemen's saddle hor»e«
S Good rigs. Prices reasonable. Boarding at low lates. Brick SUbles .
HOLIDAY PKhoLlNlo priate than one ok -
Either ('rayons, Sepia* or Water Colors. Prices Will Astonish You.
NOTE DISPLAY AT HALL OP 281 4 BPtUNU ST. Bring any photo you wish enlarged, AIM
Designing and Engraving.
E. S. COMINGS, 221 South Spring Street.

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