Henry Conner of Ventura 1886 clipping

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Henry Conner of Ventura 1886 clipping - LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD FRIDAY MORNING. APRIL...
LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD FRIDAY MORNING. APRIL 9. 1886. PEOPLE. sppearlug endorsed The writer should nlwayi full name, bnt as ■ I Uot. In casual of Council Hlnsahaugh, the Council any of the late flood; tabled and no claims, aa the they huilt place. bought there Flower Festival Notes. Mr. James Booth sings several of his specialties to-night. Mrs. George J. Clarke sent over 4000 varieties of flower* te the festival. The ladies want to sell the oranges in the citrus exhibit—a good chance for peddlers. Captain Thorn sent in a bunch of the Sago palm, the first of this sort at tbe Iwtival. Mrs. Henry Connor, of Ventura, sent line roses and pausles to tbe booth of that county. Mrs. Twombly, of Tustin, sent yesterday yesterday 150 varieties of roses to tbe booth of that town. To night wilt be children's night. Hosts of the little ones will see the LUCK AND ROMANCE. How a Cigsr-nakcr and a Fair Friend Profited. There is seldom so much romance In luck as io that which befel Fred Welp, a young cigar-maker, Inst Tuesday. Wulp, wbo is only 19 yearsoM, has been hard at work for some time in the factory factory of Hugo Herbaus, on the corner of Montgomery and Clay streets. By his side sat a pretty giVt, engaged also in making cigars, and Fred -and his fair companion wcame excellent friends in a short time. A few weeks atro they together together bought four conpous for the March drawing of the Louisiana Stato Lottery, agreeing to divide costs and w innings. Two days later the agent ontered ontered tlie shop, and the girl said that she felt sure ff another coupon was bought tbey would "make a winning." Tbe new "Hotel Arcadia." Work bas commenced in earnest on thu magnificent new hotel at Santa Monica, Monica, which will be tbe finest hotel iv Southern California, excepting the Ray. mond. The lots in front of tbe hotel grounds are now being sob!. Uo down and choose a lot for your seaside home. Mr. Scott has graded Ouean Avenue, planted trees in front of each lot, anl will make Scott's Addition the most de tirable place on the coast. By Steamer to San Francisco For $1.50. We dv, and shall continue to under* sell all competitors at the California Auction House. Who are Buying the Urmston Tract Lots? Read the names of tbe subscribers to 64 lotk iv the past twenty-fonr hours st What Did Yon NOW IS Only We Buy and

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  1. Los Angeles Herald,
  2. 09 Apr 1886, Fri,
  3. Page 6

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