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Eos Angeles Stock and Bond
108 North Main Street, Los Angeles,j
January 14, 1888. I
CALL 11 A. M., JANUARY 14.
bonds. Bid. Asked.
Lm Anireles County $ 100
Los Angeles City IvLM
California State (6'B) 110
Farmers'and Merchants', 2600 11000
First National Bank 200
Southern California National.. 125
Los Augeles National Bank 120 150
S<OH Angeles Savings 100
East Side Hank 100
The University Bank 120
Oou. California aud Virginia... 20 25 21 00
Potosi 000 050
Gould & Curry 4 02}-i
j};hir 8 37.,
Mexican 4 62' i
Blue Gravel 5 00
Belcher 6 131*
Chollar 6 12,';,
C. Point 6 50
Yellow Jacket 8 25 8 37' £
Union 425 4So
H. and N 9 75
N. B. Isle 7 00
8. Nevada 5 00
81mi Ranch Land ,t Water Co.. 08 99^
L. A. nnd Saula Monica Lauo
and Water Co. 8.1 85
Los Angeles City Water W'ks. 75
California Co operative Colony.2oo 225
Barton Land and Water Co .... 05
Lankersliim Ranch, Land and
Water Company 50 99
St. Vincent Hotel c» 8800
Temple Street Cable ll'y Co 50 58Uj
Semi-Tropic Land and Water
Hi speria Laud and Water Co.. 200
Azusa Laud and Water Co .... 200
Crystal Spring! Land & Water
Bespe Land and Water Co. . 200
Giant Powder Company CO 00
Lake Elsiuore Valley improve
ment Co 17' -j
Atlantic Dynamite Company.. 38
l'airview Land and Water Co . 80
L. A. Electric Light Co 0 50
Ventura Water and Improve
ment Company 50
Sau Fernando Valley improve
ment Company 10
Southern California Insurance
Basdaie Cemetery stock . 80 SO
DAILY REAL ESTATE RECORD.
Published by the Abstract nud
Title Insurance Company of
Batubdat, January 14, 1888.™
E. C. Webster to llntrv C, Allen—Part of
lots 27, 28 and 29, Dr. Cougar tract, $4000,
Mrs. Maris Jesus de Short, to Mrs. Kate
Col Tee McDongal—Lot 6, block 20, Ran ona,
11. J.Stacker to B". T. Finney—N. 60U| feet
of lots 1 and li, block 4, Falrvlew tract,
H. W. Magee, W. 0. Swnn, J. W. Wood,
James Clarke and F IS. Wetherby to G. J,
Brodesser—Lot 7, Qlendale tract, Pasadena,
T. Banbury to H. W. Stall nnd p. c. Stoll—
Lots 6, 7 nnd 8, block 11, Central tract,
Frank C. Young to Herbert K. Kronnick—
Lot 03. L. N. liietd's sub in lot 1, block 00,
J linr.bury to W 0 Smith—Lota 3 nud 4
Banburys sub of E 10 acres of blk 190, Po
Walter Taylor English to Chas B Kntipr—
Lot in lot 7, blk I, Shu Pasoual tract, $2800,
EFSpmco. • N Monroe and Jno I) i<i< k
nell to Chus i> Morgan— W'liot lot C, blk 21,
add No Ito .Monrovia tract, $1000.
I T Tnllmati to Jno Chase aud li J Lobdell
—Lot 11, X part of Bush &. Ciawfords sub in
lot 8, blk 2. II S, .11200.
J R Weed to Martin IL vt—Agreement to
convey lots 14 nud 16, Mary h Burtons sub
S J Beck, E M Funk nnd It II liixbv to
Henry Gihnore—Lots 8 and 0, blk A, Beck
George W stimson to C M Boxter—Agree
ment to convey lot 4. Carlisle Heights: $4
A C heighten St D B Merrill to Robert II
Blandtng—N 30 ft of lot 4, Banbury* sub in
lot 12, ,v pt of Jet 9. blk H, Sun Pascual trt;
William Ghislctt to George Kerckhoff— Lot
7, Hoys sub in lot 1, blk 17, II S; $3000
Victor Hcaudrv to Joseph Hardie—Lot 11,
blk 13 St lot 12, blk 10, Park tit; $1950.
Alice F Bewail, spencer KSowall it Mary
J Norton to Enter C stillmm—s 1 ., of lot 7',
Vawters sub in Lucas trt, Santa Mouica;
Patiick Robertson to E D Toinpkinson—
Lots D Si E, blk 110, Santa Monica:sloCo.
J Dick to Joseph Collier—Agreement to
couvevlot 7 block E, Glussell's subdn in ,
Idock 80, H S: $1350.
II A I'nruh to Simon Wilo, L I) Webber
and Ellis Michael—Lots 3 and 4 block 91, t
and lots 14 and 15 block 04, Santa Anita ,
Ellzabetn Hunter and John Hunter to •
Benton Flood and Luther Flood—Lots 8 and !
4, Merriam, Marsh & Gardner's subdn iv lot ,
1 block 36, II S; $7000. 1
H A I'nruh to Margaret E Tucker—Agree
ment to convey lot 3 block 88, Santa Anita
Mrs Clara B Wheeler to Minnie C Milti
morc—Lot 49, Mi tiraore tract; $1500.
J Dick to Joseph Collier—Agreement to
convey lot S block E, Giassell's subdn in t
block 39, II S; $1350.
Thomas P Flynn to Theo Coleman—Lot 5,
Park Place Imp Cos lunds, Pasadena;
W B Candee to Emerson Strnndorf— .
Agreement to convey lot 4, Hewitt's subdn
of lots 1 and 2 block S, San Pascual tract; *
Frank Casrrcs to F J Ganahl—2.B4 acres .
in lot 32, Anaudalo tract, Ro Sun Rafael:
A G Barllett to Herman Kley—Lot 1 and
part of lot 2 block 12, J. A Homestead tract;
Mrs R B Ginner to Pasadena Impt Co—Lot i
1!) block 6, Aliadeui, Map 1; $1212.
Pasadena linpt Co. to Mrs R B Ginner— 1
Lot 19 block (i, Altadena Map 1; $1212. s
A II Lynn to Augustus II Donecken—Und ,
half interest in East 720 feet of north half '
of NW>, of SW'., of Sec 13 an.l north 30 ft 1
of west sti4 ft of NN of NW'., of SW, of i
bee 13, T 2 8. R 14 W; $11,000.
Pickering Land aud Water Co to J W ,
Brown—East half of lot 14 block X, Picker
ing Land and Water Co's subdn of John M
Thomas Ro; $2500.
Same to Lewis 11 Wildmah— of lot 14,
block X, same sub; $2500.
Henry Muckersy to A E Macdonald—Lot.
10, block 7, sub of lots 0 and 0, block B, H i
S; $2500. I
J II Bryan to R 0 Guirado—Lots 1 to 10
inclusive, block B, J II Bryams Figueroa st
sub; $10,000. I
a E Macdonald to Thomas E Kimball—Lot
10, block 7, tub of lotJ 0 uud 7, block li, II
Jxdith Froemau to Ellis C Freeman and <
George H Freeman—l'nd " :1 int in NWJi of
Nli', of sec 34, SU of ~K>., of see 27, NE 1 .,
of SK' , of see 27. E>.j of M'" 1 , of sec 27, Wis
of NWi of sec 20, W., of S w > of sec 20,
WW of K>., of WJ . of sec. 20, T 5, S R 11 W; '
$40,000. " 1
Mary Smith and Peter Smith to Seth W ,
Tash—Agreement to convey lot 53, Kinney
tract, city: $2300. 1
Israel X Foster to Wni F Middlehnm— i
Agaeemeut to convey s l .. of N', of SW'i of ,
SW 1 1 of SSc 28, T3 S, R"ll W; $1200.
Henry Keasney to-John Kearney—Und }<J
Interest in lot 7, Golds.vorthy's sixth st trt;
John Kcarnev to Henry Kearney—Lot 8,
Geldswoitby's Sixth st tract; $1000. l
Milton D Painter to Louis Gottsehalk—Lot ,
7, M D Painter's replat in blk C, New Fair
Oaks aye tract; $1800. ]
Number of transfers above $1000 each, 11. 1
Total o.raouutof consideration, :5199,7G1.
Number of transfers under $1000. 45.
Total amount of consideration. $19,500.
Transfers for a nominal, consideration, 21. ,
Aggregate of day's transfers, $217,342.
[Note.—Transfers of which the considers. 1
tion is less than $1000 are not published in ]
the above listl. . I
St. C iiaui.es Ilorr.r..—M W Earl, La
Fayette, Ind; S Hall, Riverside, Cal; Mrs C
Thelen, Ventura: Miss Merriug, Santa
Barbara; ti McEwin, W (iutrherridge, Win- <
Chester; 0 Baldwin, Michigan; S Webster, 1
New York; 8 Suttle, Canada; A Barker, ,
Kansas; M J Williams, California; W B '
Daly, San Diego; II Bell, St. Helena; J 0
Peacock, Jr, W Dennott, Colton: M Sheridan,
California; J E Dowell, Pomona; C Ullder
baek, California; Wm Tennie, EC Wilson,
Alhambra; A Buck. S Brauuati, San Fran
cisco; W Johnson, England: H J Le welling,
Pflsa; J T Ilaylen, Chicago; A Friseh, River
side; J Donovan, Nebraska; R Aslton, J 1)
Fennessy. S Smith, California; P B Ed
wards, Minnirotn; J Wilson, Arizona; Ceo
Mead, New York; N Flinn, Baltimore; W J
Baugh, Philadelphia; J Knowles, Pnsn; R
Ahbntt, Pomona: T Murray, San Francisco;
M J Estce, Ulendora; A Stein, California; A i
P Duulap, T Bruen, Paris, Caro; A Q
Springer, San Pedro: W X Deeds,Sau Diego;
P J Brokttw, Sau Fernando; S Madison, Wis
consin; J Wilson, Calico. E Williams Mon
rovia: 8 Rodgers, Anaheim; D McKinlev,
Norwalk; ABerde, Pasa.
OitANi) OIMTBAL Hotki..—John Palmee.
Monrovia; II W Carveson, San Francisco;
A P Hansen, San Francisco; W L Doron,
W E Backletf, Oregon; P R James Pomona;
If J Simpsonirg, Sau Diego; Jos M (Jilmnn,
F L Southerland, Michigan; J M Van Dan
gau, L Van Laugblan, Denver; F M Thomp
I son, Pasadena; C D Janes, Geo Dlehls, E it
Chech, Peorie; Mrs.M E Hager, Elsinore; A
The following passengers left yesterday oi
• the 1 ;30 train: J. Zobel, N. Beardsley. Mrs
Ebcrhardt, De Voure, J. N. Wyatt, S. A. Mey
era, F. T. B own, C. H. Shattuck, B. W. Camp
bell. Mrs. W. G. Curtis, W. E. Boud, J. M
. Mortany, E. P, Fish, H. W. Lewis, Mrs. Me
' Clane, E. 0. Sabrcski, Mrs. W. H. Overton
E. A. Davis. N. N. Couklin, James, Weed
. Mrs. Spies, Mrs. Willett, Emersou Wood, J
8, Kaneen, Grac Kermeen.
. The following left on the 8:05 trafn: R
T. Van levort, T. A. Templeton, W. J. An
thony. W. G. Miliar, W. A. Anderson, Robt.
Gordon, A. 0. FisUfJ. M. Norton.
i Steamer Departures.
The following pa6seugers left yesterday
on the steamer Santa Rosa, for San Diego
James Chambers Charles Harris, Mrs. E.
Bannister, James Horan, Miss A. Anderson,
C. E. Davis. George Bates, G. H. Hennold,
W. Wolff, R. W. Foreman, E. L. Btrartsel and
wife, G. A. Edgar and wife, J. E. Young, W
H. Rhodes, Geo. M. Crowe. A. A. Hodge rs.
' Wm. Sherwood, M. E. Sweet and wife, J. A,
Sanborn, aud nine steerage passengers.
AT THE FRONT.
Largest Piano and Organ House
on the Coast.
When you move to Los Angeles and the
"glorious climate of California," leave your
old piano behind. Gallon us and we will
sell you a Steinway, a Steck, a Hartman or a
Vose for cash or on easy terms at Eastern
prices. Call and see the new designs in
Harijman cases: listen to its solid, exquisite
tone, and you will agree with us that the
Hardman is "getting there." If you wish a
cabinet organ, re.mf.mbek we keep none but
We nave had so muny calls for sheet mu
sic, music books aud all kiuds of music
goods that we have been forced to lay in a
fresh stock of the latest sheet music and
everything else in that line. We can now
sell you anything from a Jews-harp to a
grand piano. Or if you want to start a brass
band we can furnish the instruments. Tho
sheet music department is under the special
supervision of Chas.H. Gabriel, the eminent
composer, who has the reputation of being
the best posted man in his department on
TUNING AND REPAIRINO.
Special attention paid to this department.
G. W. Hersf.e, formerly of St. Paul, than
whom there is no better, head tuuer.
John W. Gardner,
210 nnd 212 South Spriug street,
Los Angeles, Cal.
Will Exchange for Eastern Pro*
Many people now in Southern California
are anxious to convert Eastern into
California property, but have been unable
to do so. Parties having good property iv
the East—Kansas, lowa, Minnesota, Wiscon
sin, Illinois or Michigan perferred—will do
well to communicate with me. I have
about $500,000 of first-class property, well
located, convenient of access and sur
rounded by good Improvements. I will
eutertaiu a proposition of exchange on a
portion of this, particularly from those who
desire to build homes. In writing inclose
memorandum of your property. Address,
for one week "W," care lock box 801, Los
Huy a Farm Near Santa Ana.
The lauds nre fine peat and will produce
1200 bushels of onions to tho acre, 000
bushels of potatoes, 15 tons of cabbages, 20
tons of beets, 150 bushels of corn, 12 tons of
alfalfa, all raised without irrigation. Farm
ers adjoining the tract will verify these state"
I ments. To le sold at auction January 17th'
Terms, one-fourth down aud balancein four
equal payments. Train leaves Commercial
street depot nt 9 a, m. promptly. Round
trip tickets $1; Including free ride to place
of sale and free lunch, Tickets for sale by J.
M. DeWltt, 20 West Second street.
To Ituilroad Contractors.
Bids will be received for the construction
of the Santa Ana, Falrvlew and Pacific
Railroad from the town of Santa Ana to the
towu of Falrvlew, about eight miles, l'laus,
specifications, etc., to be seen at the olllee of
Buekner & Donaldson, Civil Engineers, 244
North Main street, Los Angeles. The right
reserved to reject any aud all bids.
Address bids to W. A. Coles, Secretary 8.
A., F. Si P. R R., Santa Ana, Cal,
A Kailroad Center.
Nadeau Park is located right at tho junc
tiou of the Southern Pacific and Atchison,
Topeka and Santa Fo Railroads, with the
Los Angeles and Ocean Kailioad, now as
sured; to connect at the same point, thus
securing the most complete railroad facili
ties out of LoSgvArgcles. Lots for sale by
John W. Gardner, Secretary Nadeau Town
site Company, 210 South Spring street.
Tho Geo. llalton, Sr., Tract
Is on the corner of Central Avenue and
Washington streets Take street cars at
First and Sau i'edro every half hour. Time,
about ten minutes. Office at 29'iJ, South
Spring street. Nine to 12 A. M. After that
at the tract. Improved property one-fourth
cash, balance in easy payments. Water
piped. Lots, 025, upwards. Look at them
carefully before you purchase. Find Chas.
Victor Hall. Be sure aud buy one early.
t Chance to <;,■< tine Ennd and
Water without Cash.
Porter Laud and Water Company, corner
of First and Spring streets, offers a few
tracts of their best valley land at San Fer
nando to parties desiring to plant half in
citrus fruit trees without requiring any cash
for one year. Regular prices, plenty of
pure, free water piped to the land. Terms,
one, two aud three years, at six per ccut.
Warren Glass Company,932 Mission street,
San Francisco. Branch office, No. SS. Fort
street, Los Angeles. Art-embossed, cut and
stained glass. Bending, beveling, grinding
and silvering at short notico and lowest
rates. We defy competition in any branch
of the business. Call and examine samples,
Excursion to Santa Ana.
Five hundred and fifty-twoacresof famous
peat land will be sold at public auction Jan
uary 17,1888, flvo miles from Santa Aua, in
small farms of from five to ten acres each.
Terms one-fourth down; balance in four
equal payments, two, three and four years.
J. M. DeWitt & Co., 29 West Second street.
Acreage in Bannister's addition to Santa
Fe Springs is selling rapidly. Now is the
time to buy, as the A., T. Si 8. F. and S. P.
Railroads will bo running trains through
the tract by January next. Prices will be
advanced soon. Will pay to investigate.
Byram Si Poindexter,
27 West First street.
choice Cahueuga and Santa Monica prop
erty for sale at bottom prices to speculators
by Ivar A. Weld, room 20, Bumlllcr Block,
Spring street, over Peoples Etore, or P. 0.
box 852, Los Augeles.
Arrowhead Hot Springs.
No fog or frost; best accommodations.
Mud, mineral and vapor baths. Forenoon
train to San Bernardino; stage to Springs.
Physician, P. 0. aud telephone. Address
Is the best suburban property In the vicinity
of Los Angeles. We can substantiate this
if you care to investigate the facts. J. W.
Gardner, Secretary Nadeau Townsite Com.
pany' 210 South Spring .street.
Dr. 0. W. Green, gradfuatc of Hahnemann
Medical College, Chlca.ro, makes aspecialty
of the medical andsu gical diseases of wo.
men. Oflice 11 West lirst Btreet, opposite
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 15, 1888
'Odd Fellows Hall—The Spiritualists of
* Los Angeles meet this Sunday afternoon
at 2:30, evening at7:3o in Odd Fellows
Hall, No. 10 North Spring street. Mr.
John Hater will deliver farewell address,
n Christ Ciicacii, Opera House Hall, No. 8,
South Main street. Rev. T. W. Haskins.
'. pastor. Sevlces at 11a. m. and 2:45 r. m.,
with Sunday-school and Bible classes.
~ No night service.
. St. Paul's Epikcokal Church.—Preaching
i- at 11 a. M. by tbe pastor, Rev. Elms Bird
, sail, from St. John: "Verily, verily, 1 say
, unto you, ye shall see angels ascending
and descending upon the Son of Man.
Services also at 7:30 p. H,
■ Reorganized Church op Jesus Christ
of L. JJ. B.—l'reaching at 11 a. m. and? :.'!0
p.m., in K. of P. Hall, 24 .South Spring
street. Prayer-meeting at 10 a. ,m. Sun
day-school at 18 X. Subject: "The Stick
of Joseph or Book of Mormon." All arc
: First ENGLISH Lutheran Church.—Ser
vices in Orand Army Republic Hall, 25
North Main t'treet. Preaching at 11 a. H,
. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday school at 0:30 A.
, M. Morning subject' Faith as a power Of
I Achievement." Everybody welcomed.
First Congregational Church — Corner
Hill and Third streets. Preaching 11 a.
m byC. 8. Uzzell. Subject, "Revivals."
3 p, M., Union children mcetiug, con
ducted by S. P. Hammond, the evangelist.
7:30 P.M.. re\ival services, led by E. P.
. Rev. Will A. Kniohten will preach In
tirace M. E. Church on First street at 11
a. m. and 7:30 p. M. Morning subject,
I "Hope, and its Friends." Evening,
"Christ Withdraws From Some." Classes
, ot 10 a. K. and 0 p, m. Sunday-school at
12:80 P.M. I'raise services at 7p. M. All
i are Invited.
i Ociiurh 08 Saint Ai ot stine-iiy-tiie-Sea
—Fourth ftreet, Santa Monica, Cal Rev.
Henry Scott Jefferys, A. M., Pastor. 11a.
m., Holy Communion. Sermon by pastor
I ou "The Law of Christian Giving." 7p.
m , service and sermon ou "Fraternity."
Tuesday, 7 p. X«, meeting to form a par
First Presbyterian Church.—Corner Fort
and Second streets. Key. W. J. Chichester,
pastor. Prof. J. L. McCartney, of Geneva
College, Pennsylvania, will preach at 11
a. M., and Rev J. H. Jioggs, of Philadel -
phia, at 7:30 p.m. .Sunday-school at 12:30
P.M. Young people's meeting nt 0:30 i>.
M. All are cordially welcome.
Simpson TABERNACLE.—Services held in the
German Lutheran Church, corner of Fort
and Seventh. Rev. E. W. Caswell, pastor,
will preach at 11 a. M.nnd 7:30 p, >t.
General praise service at 7p. m. Sunday
school at 9:45 a. m. Class meeting, 12:15
P. m. Seats free. Ushers iv otteudauce.
Church OP the EPIPHANY—DaIy street,
East Los Augeles. Rev. Henry Scott Jef
ferys, M. A., pastor; 9' 2 a. m., Sunday
School; 11 A. M., service and sermon by
Rev. H. 0. Judd. of Santa Monies. Mon
day, 7W P. m., meeting of the Finance
Committee to receive reports of collect
ors. Wednesday, 1% p. It., Bible Class.
Thursday, 1% p. m., choir practice. Fri
day, 2>£ p. m., Epiphany Guild.
Main Street M. E. Church—Corner S.
Main and Laurel streets, Preaching at 11
A. M. by the p.-stor. Rev. I. L. Spencer sub
ject "Spotted Christians." Class at 10 a. m.
At 7:30 P. M., Miss J. A. Aekerman, Grand
Lecturer of the Grand Lodge of Indepen
dent Order ofGnodTemplars.wil] speak and
conduct a gospel temperance meeting. Sun
day School at 2:30 p. m. Young people's
meeting Tuesday evening. All arc invit
Peace on Eurth
Awaits that countless army of martyrs,
whose ranks are constantly recruited from
the victims of nervousness and nervous
diseases. The price of the boon is a syste
matic course of Hostetter's .Stomach Hitters,
the Snest and most genial of tonic nervines,
liursued with reasonable persistence.
Easier, pleasauter and safer this than to
swash the victualing department with
pseudo-tonics, alcoholic or the reverse,
beef extracts, nerve foods, narcotics, seda
tives and poisons in disguise. "Tired Na- '
lure's sweet restorer, balmy sloop," is the
providential recuperauc of weak nerves,
and this glorious franchise being usually
the consequences of sound digestion and ■
increased visor, the great stomachic which
Insures both is priductive also of repose at
the required time. Not unrefreshen uwak
ns the Individual who uses It, butvigor
us, clear-headed and tsanquif. Use the 1
itters also In fever and ague, rheumatism,
iduey troubles, constipation und bilious
Fifty-two large and beuutifgllotsin Euclid
Heights, on lloyle Heights, 'luesdav, Janu
ary 17, 1888, at 1 o'clock p. m., by H. H.
Matlock i Son, 111 West First street, auc
tioneers. Free carriages from their office
on day of sale to the tra-t. We freely
recommend, every one to purchase lots in
Euclid Heights. It undoubtedly has great
merit. Scenery the finest, air the purest.
Once In n Lifetime
You have such a chance to get five-acre
tracts six miles from my office. Easy terms. \
Improved with trees, vines and alfalfa. In
9t013a. m. 20' j South Spring.
Chas., Victor Hall.
Kenllworth ostriches will all be on exhi
bition Wedneeeday, January Bth, gardens
free. Get free passes from Sumner, 54
North Main street.
WE WARRANT Gilmore's Magnetic Felix
to relieve the Asthma in one minute. C. F
Heinzeman, agent, Los Angeles.
Damiana Bitters makes the old yosng and
the weak strong and healthy. ,M, Levy &
Co., wholesale liquor dealers, agents.
WILLIS L. CULVER, of Pavilion, N. V.,
says that Gilmore's Magnetic Elixir cured
him of a long standing throat auditing trou
ble. C. F. HEINZEMAN, agent, Los An
Ladles v, no are troubled with crampßand
nervousness should drink Damiana Bitters
It is pleasant to take.
A positive cure for dyspepsia—Damiana
Bitters. Michel Levy & Co., wholesale
liquor dealers, agents.
Is sold by us on a guarantee. It cures Con
sumption. C. F. Heinzeman, ageut, Los An
j. :b. myer,
FORD & MYEE,
No. t6 South Main St.
50— Lot Childs tract, Myrtle aye.... $2500
51 — Lot Longstreet tract, West End
52— Lot Montague tract, Brooklyn st 1300
53— Lot Dimmick tract, Goodman st 1250
51—Lot Adams street, fronts both
ThompFon aud Toberman sta, 20
ft alley in rear, size 180x188 18,000
55— Lot Pearl st, clean side, betwoen
Eleventh and Twelfth, per foot ... 150
56— Lot Main st, clean side, near
Adams, per foot 80
57— Lot Seventh st, near Los Ange
les, per foot 150
58— Lot Collado st, top of knoll .... 1200
59— Lot eairoll aye, Augeleno H'ts. 2500
60— Lot Calumet live, Angelefio H'ts 2400
61— Residence 10 rooms, Olive st,
clean side, near Twelfth st, terms
very easy 12,000
62— Residence 9 rooms. Carroll avo,
Angelefio Heights, a bargain 10,500
63— House 6 rooms, lot 52x160,
Ninth st, near Pearl, a bargain 6000
64— Lot Sanborn tract, size 112x150,
Ruby aye, a choice lot 1700
65— Lot Second st, near Santa Fo
Depot, per foot 100
66— Lot corner Seventh nnd Vernon
aye, froutiug 120 ft on Seventh,
255 ft on Veraou aye, aud 120 ft
on Ventura st 8000
67— Lot corner Grand aye aud Jef
ferson st, fronting Grand aye 230
ft, Jefferson st 150 ft, Anita st 150
68— 10 acres on Ceutral aye, near
Jefferson st. fine well and tank, all
kinds of fine fruits, house, barn,
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Santa Monica Col. Chapin.
San Pedro and Wil- j T ~.„.„
MINGTON jj. LIEMAN.
c mntb^s BoD . ,h : I r - r - nkws c °-
Santa Barbara J. C. Hassinges.
Monrovia F. E, Pebham.
Denver, Colorado.. S. B.Wright.
Tucson, A T I. S. Mansfield.
B< ?g*Sts" PACIFIC Je.S.Dennisons.
Long Beach G. T. Davison.
Ventura Geo. A. Brigs.
Wilmington P. Barr.
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AYEES <te! LYNCH.
MAI. MTATE, HEAL STATE.
Is located between Main and San Pedro Streets; joins Jefferson Street
on the South.
Choice Resident LolsTtatiM for Situation!
ON HARVARD PLACE IS LOCATED A COLLEGE
$60,000 TO $75,000!
WORK TO BEGIN VERY SOON.
IS IN ONE OF THE
Finest Orange Orchards in Southern California!
THE ELECTRIC CARS will be Running through Harvard Place
by February Ist.
CEMENT SIDEWALKS and other Extensive Improvements to be made
as soon as possible.
For Prices and Particulars call on
LAMB, TTJBBS & AYE RILL,
ian3 " 3m 34 South Spring Street, Los Angeles, Cal.
S5O TO SIOO.
First-Class Grain Lands.
$35 to $50.
First-Class Alfalfa Lands,
$25 to $40.
First-Class Stock Ranges,
$12 to $25.
FINE DAIRY FARMS AT LOW
Flowing Wells can be had in the
lower valleys at less than 100 feet.
Offered to Colonists.
Simi Land and Water Co.,
19 WEST FIRST STREET,
Los Angeles. d2O 3m
C. A SUMNER & CO
Real Estate and Insurance
Agents and Auctioneers.
54 N. MAIN STREET, LOS ANGELES.
$300—Lot 60x158, Summit aye.
$000—Lot 60x203 (flue lot), Ela Tract,
East Los Augeles.
$700— Lot 00x130. Sunset tract.
$900—Lot 50x125, Orchard aye., near
$1075—Lot 50x125, Twelfth street, near
$1200—Lot 50x150, Arlington aye., near
$1250—Lot 50x120, Harper street, near
$1500—Lot 50x107, Mattie street, Sever
$1600—Lot 50x120, Pico place.
$1800—Lot 40x145, northeast corner
Washington and Central avenue.
$1800—Lot 50x135, Orange street, near
$1875—i Ait 50x125, Estrella aye.
$2000—Lot 50x150, Figueroa aud State
$2250—L0t 45x150, coruer Ellis aye. aud
$2500—Lot 75x150, Severance street.
$2500—Lot 50x 179, Thompson st., w. side.
$2700—Lot 50x150, Beacon St.; choice
$2750—L0t 105x176, corner Montgomery
$2750—L0t Manhattan aye.
$3000—Lot 60x150, southeast corner
Tenth and Overton.
$4000—Lot 70x123, corner Grand and Or
$500o—Lot 124x124—buisiness comer —
Washington and lowa aveuues.
$5000—Lot 100x150, Ninth St., opposite
Beacon, or will sell half. . .
$5400— Lot 60x150, Pearl, between Tenth
$10(000—Lot 127Ux179, Figueroa, be
tween Adams and Jefferson.
$18.000— Lot 180x180, Adams St., corner
Thompson and Toberman
O. A. SIMNKB dr. CO.,
d!7tf M North Main Street.
Great Slaughter ! !
J. L. LYON, General Auctioneer, 118 W. First st.
BRANCH OF LYON & CO., OAKLAND, CAL.
«RANI) A-IJCTIOIN" SALE
OF THE ENTIRE MAGNIFICENT STOCK OF THE
LOS ANGELES FURNITURE COMPANY I
MMWy order of the Boird of Underwriters, I will sell, by catalogue,
TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, Jan. lTtli, 18th and 10th,
• AT 11 a, X. AND 7r. it.,
At the Pavilion, Fifth and Olive ' Streets,
250 000 Hr . tb . °« P l e f, ant ,' V ,2 V oB,ly Parlor - Camber aud Dining room Furniture
awv.yyy carpets, Bedding, Upholstery Goods, Mirrors, etc., comprising in nart lSi
elegant Walnut, Cherry, Ash and Antique Oak Chamber 8 its: 100 costly nartorset?
easy fancy and reception chairs, patent rockers, all upholstered in goods of latest desiei'
-8 deboards; 25 costly folding-beds; 50 elegant pedestal exxmdontable?- alaSe
ty rt° f i CleKant Co . Bt ! y ™"tc and bouquet tables; book-cases of al kinds- 25 cortf?
« o nd« a itre2se. P,irS °'
S-ma'^SlnSreatMr?' 164, Brusse]s . Tapestry and Ingrain Carpets.
550,0U0 worth of Linoleum, Oil Cloth and Matting
every description; costly Lace Curtains and
«3,0G0 worth of Rattan Chairs and Kockers. »2,000 worth of Bed Ticking.
NOTE.-This is the largest and best stock of goods ever offered at auction in Cal:fornia, and
ta a large portion of tbe stock is very little or not damaged at all it offers arai*
ho,,«P° mff I'"'',™ wishing .to furnish a private residence, hotel
InTetedfn 1 ," P ° SitiVe ' " ,nOTtUn J '. nl l ft£
J. L. LYON, AUCTIONEER, 113 W. First street
ATTENTION, BUSINESS MEN!
86---CHOICE; BUSINESS LOTS—B6
SANTA FE DEPOT TRACT
Fronting on Santa Fe Aye., First St., Second St., Atchison St Topeka
St. and Freight r t., opposite the new Santa Fe R. R. Depot
THE UNION DEPOT OF LOS ANGELES I
STREETS A 1.1. 80 FEET WIDE and Substantially made and Rolled.
I.OTB -.-.<)\ 1.10 FEET TO 80 FEET ALLEYS.
fST-These lots(are partially suited to wholesale and retail brndness houses, hotels
lodging and boarding houses, warehouses and manufactories. Nothing eaual to them
have ever before been placed on the market. FOR FULL INFORMATION CALL ON
FRANCISCO, STUART & OKEY,
jtnlß2w 120 W. FIRST STREET, or nt the Oftlee on the' Tract.
NUHFiv®, Tulare and Kern Counties.
THE BEST FRUIT, VINE, ALFALFA, FARMING AND STOCK
LANDS IN THE STATE.
A long list of BARGAINS in lots in all parts of tho city and acreage in the
vicinity; also, surrounding towns. " MEAD & DALTON TRACT " the
cheapest lots in the city, situated in an orange grove, for sale on very easy
terms. Auction sales conducted without cost to the owner and orocecula
guaranteed. «pT"I6 SOUTH MAIN STREET. <tlBtf
18,000,000 Acres Lower California Lands!
INTERNATIONAL CO.llP.m OF MEXICO.
Beautiful Tracts, suitable for Ranches or
Farms, from $5 per Acre Upwards.
Fertile Lands! Plenty of Water! Perfect Title!
Lots lv the Rapidly (Growing Towns of
ENSENADA and SAN QUINTIN.
Apply to branch office of lIAJfDIJRY & GARVEV, Land Agents
7 South Main Street, - - Lo 3 AnirelcF. CalsU