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BUSINESS ENTERPRISE.
Brown's American Wonder!
The only known hair producer that
contains no oil nils or poisot.H but is pure
ly vegetable.
This is the only preparation that will
cure and in all cases strengthen the eye
sight In warranted to remove dandruff
and stop the hair from falling out. The
Wonder will give Immediate relief to
those that inner with nervous headache*
and in many cases perfect a cure.
1 trow ii's Wonder will bring the hair
upon any head where tbe roots are not
dead, if used according to directions.
One tiottte will prove to the most scep
tical person that the Wonder will do
all tbat ia claimed for It.
Rub tbe hair well with a good hair
brush, then apply the Wotider freely
twice each day.
Prise, $1 per bottle ; half bottle, 50
cents. H. Brown, corner of First and
Fort streets.
Tmk Hkrai.o stkam Pkintinu Hons*,
makes a specialty of Legal Printing.
Briefs, Transcripts, etc., printed at low
rates.
Spanish language. By Prof. A, Cuya
24 Main Street, dll-iy
Madame L. Ferrlo Delpech
takes pleasure in announcing to the la
dies ot thin city ami vicinity that ihe
has )|M| received, ilim-t l'ri>m Pari*, Ml
elegant and select asiorn&ssl of goods
suitable for spring and sumim i di es-, s
Mme. ('ci rie-I)elpeeh idlers: ( ji«btm r*
or alpaca suits, n.iy shade, trimming*,
making, all complete, from |1| to |VB:
light, hummer Hints, French Hatinette,
from $12 to .fin; velvets and ottoman
silks (latent novelties) from 940 to S'io;
i mhiMed vi l-fts and silks from *o. r i to
$117 j heavy gros grain silka or satins tf«
l.yon fioin #7:"> to $120, trimmed With
wide embroided silk ami cut (el passe
menterica. latent styles newly received
from Palis, perfect tit guat-anteed.
The ladies will do well to give Mme.
Ferri'- Delpech a call. Her g la Its
new, elegant and defy any competition
in the prices.
Mine. Feme Delptch's Dieart-inakin>/
eatabllshinent is still at her old piece,
No. 0 Spring street, lot Angeles.
In our ItffMMtj
From Mir ran N»iur ot to-morrov.
Half the light that SUOJ v
Aikl lha Kpien-L.t
Hashes tender
Ocr iiapo'i ItKitstepttoiMriMl her
I ■ m the team thnt hmnnl ths *sj
tt i never
Baft can net or
An\ Dcs front tin forcn i
luti-rrltupltiu i" ;o ami far '
ror tmrli minute
Holilh within It
All 11.. hours of tin- fnftnlUi.
As oni iVo h.il.kr.ery star.
[fssmt Rraa,
Grave and Gay.
Vollain i*e old mansion is now used by
the Eh m . r Bible Society as nrepository.
The re?ple of Berlin ate 1.688 hones
lnthelir.it three months of this year,
and all because Bismarck shut down on
their hog and hominy.
At the show rooms of a linn of cutlers
in Sheffield, Knglond, is exhibited an
African elephant's tmdes live feet lons.
21 inches in Mirth, and weighing 100
pound H.
Japanese Life
Tin* Japanese it the cleanest of man j
kind, Cleanliness Is, ao to speak, more
than god lines! with him. Though he
has no soap, ho washes all over at least ,
once a day he worships hut once a (
week. His candles are made of vege >
table wiix. Ih uses a cotton coverlet, j
well staffed nnd padded, for lied cover- ,
Ing and mattress. A sort of stereoscope
case —ma le of wood makes his pillow.
He resorts to thnt, and so does his wife
ami daughters,thai their carefully nr |
ranged hair may not be disturbed dm j
ing sleep. No head-covering ia used by (
the Japanese No nation dresses tbe (
hah so tastefully. tonally it i- uitb
the men, Hhnved in Motions. They are |
coining now to wear it in I'lumpeno fash- ,
ion. They are adopting nil Kuropean ,
customs. j
On levee day 1 saw tlie r'v.-id.on al
theJ»li»raTn. iTpitla.'e in feddo. F.vmy ,
-•JEeprcHenlcd bud to .mm-m full dress. ,
That dress does not ben 'the Japanese j
figure. He looks awkward in it. His
legs are too short. The tails of his (
claw-hummer coast drag nn the j
ground, nnd the black dress trousers
wrinkle up and get baggy around his
feet. His European-fashioned clothes
have been sent out ready-made from
America or England, and in no cane did |
1 notice anything approaching to a good 1
tit. Yet he smiled and looked very t
happy, though be could not get bin heels i
halt way down his Wellington boots, and
bis hat was either too largo or too small
for his head. He always smiles and i
looks pleasant. Nothing can make him
grumble, and he has not learned to swear.
He is satisfied to be paid his due, uud
never asks for more. Ah a New York
cabman he would be n veritable living
curiosity.
To Whom It May Concern
l'loane tnku notice. Any UMHU b»»
Ing nleiluos M aottltMlll M tha St»i
UmtikS Iln.ltnr OfflM, Nn. I Cm
niort'ial street, will iileiwe retlei-ni tin
name ur nay IMAM intercut then
within thirty days fr.im ttalllUt ■ the)
will be mUJ. P" S. Money loaned Oil
all kind, of personal properly, mr&ltl
Simtiy roiinn with bottd nt'JKi Bprlug
nticct. Siintniflr terniH icaHoliaM.'.
nwM-tl
Ilauiiana makes the ..Id young, nnd
tho weak strong and healthy. Michel
Levy, wholesale liquor deuler, agent.
Kastern oyatern every style; hot
and MU lunt'hiis nnd all the dolicn
cioa of the season served on the slim iest
notice at Congress Hall, renter of Main
and Keiinenn streets. lee cold Boo*
bier, the best on the const, always mi
hand, as well as a full supply of the btat
inioiils of liquors, trine, nnd cigars
Open day and night.
Ijidies Who are troubled with cramps
and nervmisness should drink Damiana
Hitters, lt is |ileasant to take
F. Lih.iqtiist, merchant tailor, No.'JO
Spring stu nt, is himself a practical cut
ter; and, having had ample experience
in San Francisco and I.os Angeles,
know s how to meet the rci.uircineiita nf
his customers. He keeps a full supply
o( the beet cloths rxmattvntly on hand
and makes thenrl tip "upon honor."
Ancient Law Milkers
About tho beginning of Ihe fifth
Century, the Salinas, alter their settle
iii.-i,I in Haul, under their King, Phor.
monA. they framed a body ol l»we whloh
have lincfl been known ns Salic; but tit
that time thoM law-tniikt-rs knew noth
ing nl the wonderful discovery which
works huriniiliiiillaly with nature's laws,
and which is it positive i">nn to those
sunning frnin Hlieiinialistn. t.out, or
Neuralgia. We icier In Hint i i.llilllnn
sense remedy, Ballerllcft.
Kil. MrOiimia has an invoice of the
Imported (iareia cigars, and do not fail
tn rrtui'inber it.
You will never have a sour stoinai-li
if you drink l>muiaiia Hitters.
Do not forget Mugiunis' impoi ti'd llar
cia cigar.
Unglms's Kussii.ll baths, lneuted No.
15 Milin street, opposite the Pioo House.
Qeatlnnen and ladies attended toby
persons of their own sex.
A positive i-ure for dyspepsia l>aini
ana Hitlers. Michel Levy, wholesale
itjuor dealer, agent.
.lust received at Win. Thorpe's lino
liiplor store, OOmer Court and Main
•treets, a fresh invoice of the celebrated
lloyal lUt.Ti.oln, (or medical Me.
mrSl-lm.
If j,ui want a good appetite, drink
DtVWlan. Hitters.
The old reliable store of 0, f. Heltute
man is still headquarters for drugs nnd
nitidu'iiies. Ho has a full line of pnteiit
nu di.-ines, selling them ia quantities to
suit at Kastern prieee.
Catarrh ccrko, health and Bweet
breath secured by Shiloh's Catairh
Kerne.lv. Price 60 cente; nasal injertor
free. For sale hy I'reuss A I'ironi.
Damiana Hitters regnlat.-s tlie stomach.
Mi.-hel Levy, wholesale liqnoi dealer,
««ent.
BLAVEN'S OHP.RUY TOOTH PASTR
An aromatic eonihination for the pres
ervation of the teeth and gums. It is
far superior lo any preparation of ita
kind iv the market. In large, handsome,
opal pels, price ITH) cents. For sale hy
all druggists. C. P. Niece, agent, Uis
Angeles.
Horseford's Acid Phosphate.
FOR WOMKN AN!. CHILDREN.
Dr. .IDS, HOLT, New Orleans, Ln.,
Bays: "1 have frequently found it of ex.
collent service in cases of debility, loss
of .ppetitc, and in convnlescenee from
exhaustive illness, and particularly of
service in treatment of women and
children.
TUTT'S
PILLS
SYMPTOMS OF A
TORPID LIVER.
Loan oi Appetite, llowels ooetivc, Pain ii
She Head, with a dull sensation in thi
f»ck part, fain under tho Hhouldei
Jhsde, fullness after eating, with a diaiu
Jlination to exertion of body or mind
Irritability or temper. Low spirits, will
tteolinicer having in-Klei-ted some duty
Weariness, i P intt. ritin at thi
Heart. Dote hotiiro tlie eves. Yellow Bkln
Headache geneiuily ever tho right eve
Beetloesuess, with litful dreiiiuu, htghh
toured Urine, and
CONSTIPATION.
tTTT'B FILLS are especially n.1.-iptc.lt.
II feeling .'is to msl.m.i-Ii 11,. ",,u,
Til.) Ineresse tile A ,>,»>lll*-. iin.l i Mi
Hwly lo 'rake ...i i 1,-.li. tiin, tie. .. t. in
lt.nrialM>rl. mi l l-y 11,. li T....1.. Idiot. ~n i!
Mereellse Onts»«, It.-yul;..- Meel-.
luceu. I'm c 1 " ii , :Lv n.ir.i.. 1.1 . \. t
rUTT'S HAIR DYE
)BAV IlAin.m \Vii.i,-i is . 1n.i.u,.,) i„:,.;i. ( ,s
li.ai X l-y ,i slm;l,. i|.|.l , ,I...ii,.runs li.
utrts ii 11 ii iiiml is ill t , ~, i. 1 ...iiitit in, ,i :
•y Druggists, or sent hy e\|.ress on reeeipl i.l ii
tmcK. M Sll lilt t \ fsT., MEW Htm.
' Dr. Ttrra HANI .1. „r v. i.. i„f„m,.t i ,
ttassel leselsia will b. M .n.d mat 1.... ,
0 Hejti
■rW _ •TOHAOI _ |<SS>
SITTER s
Then' lihs never Ihtii an instni in which the.
Sterlinv, inviimrant am! anti fi lnil. medicine has
(ailed to ward .if tli. complaint, when taken dill,
■S S protection agamul malaria. Hundreds ol '
physicians him- iil'ai,duiie.l all ihe otlioinal apt'
pnlCSi anil now presorihe this harmless \oi;.'tat.lt.
tonic tor thill- in,.l I,\tT.a- \>,l! a-4 ih spfpsia ,
and nervous ..flection.. Hosteller's Hitters i- 1
the specific yon need
For sale hy all anil I >c;d.i Lr.-maall>
I
asaaaassiaaassaaasßSsaaaaßasasaasasaa^Blaa^aaaaaassl
Gentle
Women
Who wnnt glossy, luxuriant
and wavy tresses of abundant,
beautiful Hair mnst uso
LYONS KATHAIRON. This
elegant, cheap article always
makes tho Hair grow freely
and fast, keeps it from falling ,
out, arrests and enres grny
ness, removes dandruff nnd
Itching, makes tho Hair i
strong, giving it a curling
tendency and keeping it in I
any desired position. Beau
tiful, healthy Hair is the sura
result of using Kalhairon.
GEO, W. JORDAN, ,

PIANO FORTE TUNER ,
t
" KBPAIREK
hit
Wit REFERENCES:
aear.ickering A Hons, llostnn; l.yon It Ileal., Chi '
■, - Mason A lliiinliii, I'.osl .oi Hi er.Wet.er.
latfl s ,'„,„,,, Ht. Louis. mil On
H. FINNEY,
~v .
BBAROHKR OF RECORDS,
Room 5, - - Mouu Block,
MECHANICS' SALOON
\... lal, Npriiia Street.
ol'l'..slTV. Tl'ltN \KKKIN mi l The siil.sm
BEST OF LIQUORS AND CIGARS
AND SHARP BEER
H'l lln tiKOR.IK NCIINKII.KR, Prop'r,
IM till TO StfIIRKKIS:
BALL'S
Squirrel Exterminator!
MINATtHttIK syl KICKI-S, liATSaml MICK
O. W. Hall and U L Kulo, eorm-i Vtli Inta
uvemie and <'hirri*rn street, Boyle Heti;hts, ha.,
(or aale the Stjulrrel Kxtennluator.
PRKJI l or 1 pouml nn $1.50; laKer tpianti
lieh at rtslureAl rates *P* l(
THE SNUG,
No. 4 8. MAIN STREET.
(Next door lo ('"M l HKNCE ENGINE HOI'SE.)
HENRY,
BEST LIQUORS, BEER ASD CICARS.
i f 1 ■ and see me.
| pjitl UENRV NOKBOK.
LOS ANGELES DAII V HERALD, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 17, 1883.
NKW AUVKKTIHKM l-'.N'TH.
ONTARIO f
The Model Settlement!
Finest Fruit Lands!
Perfect Water System!
Railroad Town and Villa Tracts!
EUCLID AVENUE—Thu FINEST DOUBLE DRIVE
IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
'
I'roposril i i»i:r:'r ur Aicrtcultiiiv.
.Sioo.ooo World of Land Qtvii lor its nidoiw.Hi.i
and \mrl> Hiioii»li Sold hy Mir Trustees to
Build the V\vM CnMe|« Hiiildhi".
SPIRIT OF TBTE PRESS 1
Tha rolloeisf Hsclillhim sr«re imaotniouslr attested bj Is* huMe Press Association on tho
17th of Man h. Ivct, on tl t-i. i» ..I Hi.- I mm,' .if the cor.ier stone. ~f th.- foll-ve of Agriculture,
lint lUX hoen I'fferwl hy 1,. I. Mefailt, <■! I lie S.ui I'r un i * 1 Stut istiei'in ." wit-* it as Sccretaiv of the
AjsoewtßHi. Tne resolutions Wert! also heartily endorsed hy Hcvurnl hundred \isilors preHwit:
WTiHese. The n|iirlt of entsrprUfl and tastf) should si er bs tesNrrdatd bj "prase" am) "peo
-1 pie," thtrefon-, he it
llesohcd, licit tin' ideas to hi; illn t rated in the proposed I'olom ot i »nt o>. and tie- intended
scltl.nneiit of Hui.l tract hy an iiitelli-eni :onl thrifty pcnplc merilH snd in eiititkil tv the cordial ap
piMlmt.ii.M of I'irn rcllcctiiie; mind.
Reaor*ed, Thnt tbe ChsaTev Brothei *, hi this sn i terpriM l bare the ilnoere «lebea ol all liere
' prssent fur tln ir pattn esseesi In seen, oi l every particular.
Iti'Hohf.l. That r..r the Kt'iiermi-* :onl literal huspitality thi-. d:t> t-vh inlcd, v. c liere|.\ midctict
, onr hearty appro iati"ii, and cl.itc wilh the mi utlmSßt "lti.it wv tn |) be spared to n turn to Hue spot
Hut twin from this Mate mid tlnd In -;e id or :oi nninh ihilcd plain, n happy cnlony "f hainlsoine wo
uitMi'aiid ttallant men Ililnjr hi roinf.irtahl.'linmes h.-in-ath their own nine and fli,' tree, huHklntr in
the sunshine ol a piovpt-rily."
Itesohe.l, Thatacopv of tins, resolution* he presented to the I'h itTe\ Itrothurs, nud that
the ssne he laeorlßed upon th» patoi oi the reoord beol ot the hwlflc Oeaat l*rew Association,
fox further information retstlve to Ontarto write te Ohstfs) Brothers, Ontario, Osli feepa
DSBOPhb I. ealcb Will bf sent free ot OOSt, This pmnphlet cout ilih nun h \ alu.il.le inforin.ition rwln
tive to fruit culture iv Southern t'aliform.t more n-liahie inroriimtioti than i !in he had from any
other puhlicatioii.
A map of tho tract will he s. nl on application , aNo a map of the town plat.
Sample copies ot the ' tliitari.- l'nii! liroHcr' w ill also he sent in response to a rcipicst sent In
P'mUl or letter fi> -Fltl'lT UItoWKK, UIVKKSIDK, t' AlThis paper is a t« eiit V-eitf lit column
sheet, is i-siied ueekh . and is- tilled with > aluahle it,format ion relative to Noutlletti I'alifomln mid
tlie Unit iutere-l j of that nectloii.
CHAFFEY BROTHERS, Ontario, Cal.
lIOTULS.
ANAHEIM HOTEL,
Center St., Anaheim.
(FIRST-CLASS IN EVERY RESPECT.
Thotai.ie t. urnifi tarnished trial tin- tig
thai can In- fount! in tin- inirket. Free coach
rront all trains,
unite BAB keeps tho cholcetl ot Liquors anil
clirars. No pains will In- siiansl to inako my
Iturata comfortable in even a .it.
"" i o JOHN DEITZEL, i i l
Delmonico Restaurant
SANTA MONICA.
■BALI A 1.4. (' \ItTE. Private rooms tor
iliiutins ii a L))( ' ls I'IiuLIETTK,
CASIUIB HAt HlNol.tl,
NEW YORK BREWERY.
LAUTH A BTECKER, PROP'S,
(Slice's,,r- to Chri.. Ili-inio)
Th.-fI.EA It B»T. ITltl'. tr u,,l MOST HI; 11.1.1 AST
I.AtiER BEER South of San Kra.icis,'o.
Onlcrs for MAOOBT "r BOHUeD W'ER
r,nit|,:li nllcmleil to.
The ocloliratcil lit er from thia Brewery .lefjeo
WANTED FIFTY BOARDERS MORE
LAFAYETTE HOTEL,
10 PIOO STREET, OPPOSITE PLAZA,
«a a wu»m.
The tal.h' tacnnstanlv liirni.hf.l with tl..- t .«t
auiiiilies in marker. SI NOLI: lit viM lull KVKIIV
(iI'EST. Admiral,l.-Sanitarv Situation. Jp'lm
C. E. DeFOREST,
ASSAY ER
I.i ii. i;il 'liltiif: Am'llt'V.
KimiM 1, 008. ITI-ST ASH si-sin.: Miliars,
P.O. Boa ram. Cal
FRENCH LAUNDRY,
NO 48 SAN PEDRO STREET.
of that h:iu' .•i.T-ii.-.I a I'nii.h
l.auriilrv, nt'W HUlf, in I his > . wh.rr Hi. woik
will U> .i..iv- .v.lusiwh \,\ WHITK I.AHofi nu.l
Iriniuu: h> rYitialri Kiuiiilii-i imi nh tijx.ii
having their washnm th>tif in tlr-t class *,t\l\- ami
with..ut the aid of .•h*-iui.-aln.
WAIRING DON! on hW BRORTKST
LECROQ FRERES, *ap**m,
apr4tf
For Sale--Cheap.
THHKK Sl'l.KMill'
NEW COTTAGES!
ON' ITPER VIHOIN STREET.
Th.. ro.iusa.iil a fine .lew of the city, ami arc
mil. two 1,1,a-ka west ol the lira school luniae on
f..11.v-t' street Appl. lo V lIEAI lIHV,
i.-i.MI HI New lliKh St., I pstaire.
EIGHTY NEW LOTS.
THE ORCHARD TRACT,
BETWEEN LOfl ANOEI.ES AND SAS I I HI;
•ML, ami Third ami Fourth Su.
POMEROV & MILLS,
Jy*27tf turner Spring- and Court Nts.
O. WHITE,
HKAI. ESTATE OtTOB, Hisim 4W Tempi. Kl,„k
OrroamJrsr.es tin , C« at a. Bin
A COMMON-SENSE REMEDY
SALICYLICA!
No Bfoffl Rheumatism, Gout,
or Neuralgia.
IMMEDIATE RELIEF WARRANTCU.
PERMANENT CURE CUARANTEED.
' .',i,'".''i '"lii.i icj' Kcr«l» "'
SBOIIBT ■
THE ONLY DIBftOLt SHOE THE POIAONOUH
l ltlf Al 11l \\ llliTl KAI.sTS IN "111 1-1 111.1i.i1.
ill- ItllKl MATH-AMn;.ll Tl I'ATII'.NTS.
NAltll YLH'A Is kniuili as a DCS n
sense rtllie.lt. 1,, . tll-.c ll still,, - ,1,1, , tit „t tile
cause ~, I(hcmn.,l,slii. Colli ...,.l .Stiirslma.while
no ..ii.tlli.l .|„,ni... iii,lsiipjn,.ni pauaccts
rati) treat loo.ll) Hie cltects.
It lies liecii cnncsleil lo . mini nt -.. i, nli.l- lien
ul it tl.I it pplic ante,such ii- i in.l. 1,.; with oil.,
,„„,., In,nn, nts iiii.l s.,,,ihiiie li.tioos will
11..1 , l.cli. sir Hi. -.- tli-. ts, ... which o, 11,. I. 111!
..i Hi. |..-is ft ~l tlie Ll ilh lr„ A, 1,1.
MAI.M V l.l< A to.iks will, iiiar.eloiis ef
fect Ins ii, ~l. nn.! - i,,...e511,e.1i,0r.1er. It
is nowcxclUslich tisoil hi nil ccl.l.r.it. .1 phtsi
ciiius ~i tin, inn ;tii.l l:,iii,|,c Ilnihc.l Moll,-ul
loadenr. „i Part, report. Ml pel cent curaa in
REIXIrXXIIMEBiaXC
thai Hll.ll VLit A is n certain cure f,.r
HlieitnitlllNllt, Itioilt anil VicMrilllEtu.
hllntetl.' 1 * tnttl * 1 tf
Th,,u..intls ~f Icstllliniiials stilt mi iipplic.itloii.
.1 A BOX « IU.XI.S lull - .-■ in In ,lo
Ask Your Druggist for It.
Ilul not lelutlf.l int.. ti.ki.it- Imitation, oi
.„1„t,t„1... ... i c i.-cmi Id ...
as tonal 1" Insist on the fellilill. w ill. the inline
ol «ASHltl'ltN Jt CO, on each htn, which is
U'Uar.nitcc.l elicnncalH |„ne linilei inn sin nut ill •■
an iuilistsnisalile rcpii-itc lo Insult- sue, t-s in tic
In mini nt. Take no other, or semi to us.
WASHBURN & CO., Props.
*H7 Hi'Ondn ay cue. Itentle tat.. M. *'
830,000 fob $a
: 56th
POPULAR MONTHLY DRAWINC
Commonwealth Distribution Co.,
IN THE CITY OP LIHTSVII.I.E
ON THURSDAY. MAY 31, 1883.
•n.es..tlrawiiitrs-o.s-uroii the last ,la> of leMfc
''imi state ". mn.
li.it,. H si tins ~.oin,|.:iii. licit.ml the c,„it,-„
'.Ti.''' 'V" 1' i i'"'- : i K ''i!- ! -:
' Rl N.^.'' l 'iV?-T'"ni|'lan, has now ou hand a law |
CAPITAL antl ItESK.itVK Xl Ml li.-atl care
M.W lIUAWIMI ,
I Pnsc %tt\m I
lo Pri'res, f l.isai eai'h li.usi I
ksi I'n'es' {.Lf.Jch lOVSS.
«» Prlr.es, *-_M each la,OtW
10.SI Prizes, elO eat h 10.1HW
;i I'rives, SIIIKI each, Approv'n prist s.. . 'J. 7110
» Prires, Sits. each. Apprttv ll privos., . 1.5.51
II l-nses, »too each, Approf n prius. . IMO •
1900 Prtaoe »11-j,,00
Whoh- Tickets, »S. ||„1| Tickets, *l.
t7 Tickets. tUO. M Tickets. .-!■«.
Remit Motif, or Hank Dn.ft in latter or aen.l
hy Express, isni't st ml l.t rev-istensl I. tier or
1...(..Hi. .. ..r.i.-r , '01, I- ,-t > i-,.1 iipii.-ir.l. I.i
Xv pres., can lie sent our exia-nse. A.l.lress all |
R. M. HOAItI.MAN,
Courier Journal IttttUtttt, L iuistille. hj.
MxM
ALFRED MOORE,
REAL ESTATE AND HOUSE ACENCY, .
No. HI LOS ANCELES ST. LOS ANtiKI.KS.CaI '
Has the cheapest lots in tlie n-nter ol the . it.. .
Ho will not Sell you .a Lot with a
False Title. I
He ta one ol the okiest Ileal Estate men In the
eit>, (li tears here.)
Residence 43 Banning St.
.17 lm ,
DETECTIVE.
Havltac had twenty years' ex|s-riciiee in Isvlh -
civil and criminal hiisiiicss in i slil,niiia. itnione
wishlui; iiil.iruiatioii will atidress P. 11. t,t,s 15...
Is* Anifelescitv. or call at room 17. Ilran.l .'.n
tra) Hotel otflce hours from Ha.M.toS It M.
As to reapotisitiilitj, atldreae Editor l.oe An,-eles
Herald. ol™
NKW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Fruit and Grape
For Sale.
The Pomona
LAND and WATER GO.
Offeri to Hottlera abundant water and fine irriga
ble valley laud, admirably adapted to aJJ varie
ties of domestic and foreign grapoa and all semi
tropic ami deciduous fruits. Oranges, lemons
and limes flourish to tho higheatdegreo, tree from
all smut or scale. Large orchards of orange j,
lemons, apricots, peaehea and pears are In auc
cr.ssful hearing. Some of the vineyards bear ten
tons of grapea to the acre without irrigation.
The land will be divided into
Forty Acre Tracts,
Each torty acres fronting on two roads, thus be
ing readily divisible- into one twenty and two ten
acre tracts, with proper road front.
The Water Supply
From the Han Antonio Canyon, Art. sian Welts
and Cienegas, is abundant aud is being well de
veloped. The water ia unsurpassed in purity and
softness, being the bed. water for domestic use In
Southern California. The title to both land and
water Is unquestionable. The water will be con
ducted by the company through the tract In
pipes and supplied for in igatioii iv bonds of from
ten to eighty inches, aa desired
The land ia generally level, sloping gently to
the south, and la iv quality a sandy loam, mixed
more or less with gra' ,1, bung very similar to
the San Gabriel soil, and the best soil for oranges,
and with limcstjne suificie.it to gno it the fine
Srape producing qualities of th. adjacent Cuca
monga Vineyard
The Climate
Equala, If tt d,., s not excel, tliat of a Try uthoi
point in Southern California. The location is
p, : iiliarly exempt from dry or boisterous winds
md tm-ls, and is espeeiallt adapted to thoHe Buf
fering from throat and lung di-., a-i s. or those In
~'euernll i ih lieale health.
The Southern Pacific Railroad passes through
and along the laud for a distance of more than
seven mites, and the greater part of the land is
within leaa thou two miles of the railroad.
Riverside, ou the cant, and Loa Angelea city, on
the west, are about equally distant. The tract
occupies the center of one of the moat
Beautiful and Prolific
Valleys
In California, and has an avenue of 000 feet ele
vation above sea level. POMONA, a village of
about 400 Inhabitants, contains a fine and exten
sive school, churches, railroad depot, telegraph
oiflce, express office, nurseriea, lumber yard,
brick tard, etc, already in operation. The work
of development is being rapidly pressed forward,
snd all seeking
Desirable Homes
ARE INVITED TO VISIT THE TIULT, IN
VESTIGATE AND INVEST.
£fKverj facility -.-111 bo extended to [mrtle*
dellrlnn to examine the land,.
TERMS FAVORABLE.
PRICE 575 TO $125 PER ACRE,
WITH WATER.
ENQUIRIES WILL HE PROMPTLY ANSWERED
F. J. HALL, Manager.
POMONA, October 12, 188!. olStl
For Sale.
Splendid Dravel Land,
WITHIN A llll' AND A HALF
NORTH OF TOWN; OF
ORANGE.
MAGNIFICENT
Oraiige and Raisin Lands I
AT
FROM $23 TO $62 PER ACRE,
In TractH of 10 or 200 Acres, or ot
Intermediate Sizea.
This land has been bought cheap in a large
bed? for cash, and aulsllvided into tracts
and la offered for aale In lota to suit at low pricea
to give a tplick return on the investment. Part
of the land, priced at from *ir. to tH7.nO per acre,
ia wooded. Water stock can be had at ill.no psf
acre. The moat auccoaafnl vlneyardiata irrigate
only in the Winter and Hprfng.
TKRMN: ONE-HALF CASH, balanco m
one and two years; interval, 8 per cent, eat an
num. All the land la in the Rancho Santiago de
Hants Ana, which extend* trom the niotintalua to
the sea, owning one half the wafers of the Santa
Ana river at the northern ltoundary and contain
ing the flourishing settlements of Orange, Hanta
Ana and Tmtln City.
t r." ' v tm ■ raisins take the FI UST PR KM 111 M
wherever entered, even at Riverside Fair.
APPLY TO
M. L. WICKS,
Temple Block,
LOB ANGEL BS, oMMm CALIFORNIA.
Misi KI.I.ANKOUB.
? I
RANDOLPH HEADERB.
HOW I St. MACHINES,
HORSE RAKES,
FARM WAGONS,
BPRING WAGONS,
HEADER TRUCKS,
CARRIAGES & BUGSIES,
eiu-ap Tor easli al
REES&WIRSCHING'S,
123.125 and 127 Lo.i Angelea Street,
LM ANGELES, CAL. a! 0 lm
J _j_
CANN & KING,
Billiard Parlor and Saloon,
No. 20 MAIN STREET.
HOUSE rnut CLAM IS CVMi respl.t
M...1 Improved patterin ol [lilllar.l Tables
THE FINEST LIQUORS & CICARS
Always on band lllie iv a rail.
•:ui
MINES AND LANDS.
C. HILL HOWARD & CO.
0 HILL HOWARD, Oen'l Manager
Lands ami Mines bought and sold In Arizona.
New Mexico. Sonora, Hinalonjnd Mexico. Largt
and valuable laud aud mining properties on hand
and for sale. Address, Tucson, Arizona.
V. It. Howard, Kao , Los Angeles, correspond
ent of the Arm. febltf
LOS ANCELES AND HUMBOLDT
LUMBER COPANY,
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS HE LUMBBR
And HUILIIIMI MATERIAL,
SAN PEDRO & WILMINGTON
HORACE BtLLtt, Superintendent San Pedro.
Office* 111 La AnxclM.
t. M. GRIFFITH 4 CO , PERRY, MOTT * CO.,
KERCKHOFF. CL'ZNER * Co.
Telephone connection betw ecu Los Angeles and
Wharf. •*ttl 3n
IV E. UORKORI). W at MORFORD, J.
MORFORD & SON,
Real Estate Agents,
NO. 4, BPttiM STREET
HAVE FOR SALE
City and County Reaidencea, Orange
flrovea, Vineyarda, Orain and
Stock Ranchoa.
ALSO,
CITY BUSINESS PROPERTY.
iWL'onveyaiices at the door for the free Use ol
our patrons in examining pro|*rty. o7
RARE CHANCE I
Small \ iiicyards Tor Snle,
AT |100TO$128 I'KR ACRE.
100 ACRES ol Ihe beautiful nullliy ■|o|>l|l K
lands ol the
Sierra Madro Villa Hotel Property,
Put into sine!ard l;ist Winter. Choicest varle
ties ot French in, irrspes. \ inevard surronnd. il
with ne* rabhil lithl picket fence. To be solil
in lets of -Jil hcicm .out up,vards, to suit pur
chasers. All the l. citi/cirs ot I.os Angele.
have seen and can describe tnis charming prop
erlv, oHr> II miles from Los Angeles clti.
Call on or address
SIERRA MADRF. VILLA HOTEL,
•itltf San tlabrlel.
COMMON TeNSERE ASONS
--For usino—
Yon Bulow's
HERMAN
DYSPEPSIA CURE I
1 - It cures Indigestion and Uiliousneaa.
2. -It liceps the bowels reiitilar and restores the
ajipetite.
3. It cleansea and puriflea the liver bj its direcl
action upon it.
1. It is moveable to take, and ita continuom
use gives vita lit t and strength to the stomach,
fi. It will never strain the dim-stive organs it*
action is gentle, vet certain.
fi. - The low price at which tt Is sold places ii
within the reach of all.
ABh FOR IT AT
-4 r. HKIXKEn iN M IfliiK Htun
maris ly
~%xr. ». huff,
(Formerly 248 Main.)
REAL KSTATE & MONEY RROKER OFFICE,
No. a Commercial Street.
Insurance a specialty. I have for sab- and rent
properties In and out of the city. Busmena en
truated to my care will reci Ive the same prompt
attention as heretofore. If you wish to buy or
-ell give me a call. aft) lm
HOUSES AHD LOTS FOR SALE.
One fltory eottaoe in Kant Lost Angelea,
IISM.
One atory cottage in KerkhofT", Cuzner
ft Co. Tract, *12fl0.
I.ota in Karllhoff, Cuzner ft Co. Tract
.'ranging from 82m) to f 100.
Apply at Lumber Yard,
COR. 11 ttll O t nnd MAI V.
cturMnu i.oam iiei'ii c.
B^S;
NOYES & ALLEN,
oi l ier:. Hm.*» noim ii aaiN
OPPOSITE Oil RT UOUU
Heal Estate
AMI OKNEUAL
AUCTIONEERS.
All Kind 9 of Property and Ooods
Bought and Sold.
LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES MAHE ASI>
noun RETURNS lICARASTEEII.
Notice to the Public.
The partnership heretofore existing- under the
naioe of Oardncr A Mohan, in the Capitol Hutch
ttr Shop, ia dissolved lt> mutual consent. The
md. rsic.ned alone .. ill collect all bills and pay
Ul debtt. |mll »» | 11. P. R. MOHAN.
DuPuy & Hicks,
No. 12 Bernard Block, First St.,
Commission Merchants,
DRAIN, SEEDS AND FRUITS
if all descriptiouß. Htriitly freah; true to name.
mi lm
LEGAL.
SI MMONS.
In tho Superior Court of the State of
California, in ami for the County
of fays Allgclea.
Lenor Perez ile Balleatoros, l'laiiitiff,
Tl.
Trinidad Navarro, I Mores Navarro do
Carrion, Joae Navarro, Juan Augustine
Navarro, Pit, Serrano, Joae Antonio
Serrano, Roea Serrano de Balleateroa,
Ascencion Serrano de Valnenznela,
Arcadia 8. de Fa,lenille,Buanna Domin
guez, Kermina 8, do Kedona, Yginio
Silvas, .lose Clemente Carrillo, Onil
lermo Navarro, Franoisco Hernandez,
John D»o and Richard Roe,
Defendants.
Aclion brought In the Superior Court of the
■ l.ile of I ahfurnia, In and for tho County of Los
"'V*'*' *""' ' omplalnt filed In said' fount.
"i L.s A„ 3 , 1,.,, ~, 11,.. ..Hi. ■■ „til„. clerk uf said
Superior Court
The People of the State of California send Greet
ing to:
Trinidad Navarro, Dolores Navano do Car
]i Ml, Jose Navarro, Juan Augustine Navarro,
I io Serrano, Juan Antonio Sorrano, Rosa Ser
rano .te Hi.llesteros, Asceneinii Serrano de Vat
enxuela, Arcadia s ile Fa.1g.i111,.. Siisana ilomin
sue;, roriiilna S. dc Kedona, Vginio 511,,,,, Jose
i leu,ente Carrillo, llulllernio Navarro Framiseo
"lis" J °' m D °" *" d Klch,rd Roe . Defend-
You are hereby required to appear iv an ac
ti2xJ#TJo; ™S im t ''J the above named
tgaUrßff in the superior Court of the State of
California, In and for the Count, „f Loa Angeles
tl. .1?., TV.I, h . e co :"l', , " !l ! t «M tin rein, within
v n° "',"!<!«»>■ «' «=r»lc«l, after
.you of this Suinnici,, ii ~,,,,1
t& , «n, 30l '" COO ' d,n « l " « h ° -rayel'ol
The said a Mon ia brought to obtain ludnmcrit
.ill.Cttllg the tllle of ~|.„,..„, ,„ .„,, ,„'., "
property situated In the northeast ™ J
Mam and Uoqucna streets, removinir the cloud
sadSZi,g\ti„
T", , va,iJ ' J «'«r»'i! ">•
iSworTnle^'andthat ,£"'^o
t. o^, „ o r ,rV. H n. n^■ 0 ,^X, r r
claims thereto, determining all adverse elaimi Jt
uakoa recoiiyejai.ee nf said p r ,.,„ to to
?.™ i 1 ""d'or costs ol sutt.
And ™ .en"; "', runl P' a ' , i t lor particulars.
And jou aro hereby notified that it you fall to
appear and answer tho said complaint, a, above
i. ~.,i.,-l. 1 1... ...„i phuntlfl will apply ,o the
Court lor tie- relief demanded ill the complaint.
1.n.-ii under my haml and the seal uf the Su
>;■' ■' ""«>■'the Stat, of c»hf„„„a i„ „,,dfor
helwint, nfl...sAe K c1,..,|l l i.c„ h , |in
artDdrM and stghty u lroe .
ISca! „t if,,- Suj.i iior Court J
!'!',"'?'o".', „ • A. »'. POTTS, Clerk.
B> A. lti,\i|..\t;. Deputy. -
It. F. Del Valie, » |,'. su-phemeon,
Attorneys for Plaintiff. mSI
Proposals for Signs for Street Cor
ners.
Noll, o is hereby given thst Sealed proisiaals
...li lie reeci., ,1 In the undersigned up to the
■ .me at Hi. .-.uiii.il ol the city ot Los tiißeies
. f M .) 19th, 1883, for the making and placing of
signs with the names of the streets on the cor-
MHOI the streets of the city ol Los Angeleß, in
accordance with snecilleation, 111 the office ,4 Hie
undersigned.
.nf, h . c ii L bid" en th ° r " hl t0 »l««»r
11> orderoftheCotineilof tho city of Loa An
gelea, at Its meeting ot May 12th, A. D 1683.
W. W. HOBINSON,
Clerk of the Council of tbe City of Loa Angeles.
Los Angelea, May 11th, A. I>, 1883. mls 5t
Notice of Meeting to Elect Direc
tors.
Notice 1h hereby given to tho Stockholders of
tbo "ganchc/ tiold uml silv-r Mining Comiainy,
i--n.li'liite«l with "5,.],-,1,.,r ii,,!,! and Silver
Mining Company, umler the name of "Thi' San
chez and Holodad (iold and Milvcr Minitiy (Vm
I' * »>> «'"Oeiolidate.l," that a im.tin- .f M,,- stork
holders will be held on Satiird:.,, \b.\ -ji«h,
at 2 oclqfk P. M, of that day, at the office of the
Osama?, at room 5, Mohr Rtaek, Lor Angelea
i , fur tb.- purp.»--i- uf L-lectinga of hirer
tors for the new entisfili.f.ited ( "mptinv tor the
aiiHuini, year, and to eonxider such other bud
neaa aa may projwrl.v come before such rnsataM
JAMES NOEL, Fret-ident.
la* W. Fklt, Secretary. nilfttd
May 1., 1883.
Adjudication of Insolvency.
SBC. 6, ACT OK APRIL 16, 1880.
tn the .Superior ('onrt of the County of
Los Angeles, State uf California.
In the Matter of l.eorge D. (lannowav, an Insok
ent Debtor.
Oeorge D. Uannoway having filed In this Court
his petition, ttidifiliile nod inventory in iietolvt-n
. j , Iroin wbi. li it iippt .ir- that hi- is «n 1n„,U ( ..,t
debtor, the H.iid (ieurgc l». Hannowm IM liercb*
tedlktod to be inaoTveiit. The Sheriff of the
etjiuity of Loh Angeles is hen-bj direct ml to t:ike
|.i.i-f—i. f ul! the cMtrite, rt;*! ami ik-thoiihl, ti |
tbe aitid Ceorjfe 1.1. l.annow.i>, innolvelit debtor,
t'\.-ept *on b ;ifi m;i\ be by Uu i venipt from ex.:
eiltion, and of all his .fuedu, bookn ol
iiecount. and pn|u-rs, and tv keep tbe -ami: su(,-U
until theapißiintment of an aaaigneeof hU c*
hit.'. All MMOM are forbidden to pay any
debts to the aaid (insolvent, or to deli., r anr
prcpi rty belonging to such insolvent, lo liitn, or
to any person, Umi, corporal-lon or fiaanciation
for his use; and the aald debtor is hercbi fordi.l
den to transfer or deliver any pr'fpert> , until tbe
further order of thi-4 Court, except Hi herein <t
dered.
It la further ordered, that all the ercditoraof
said debtor be and appear before the I!<>i umMp
\..bi(.> X Howard, Judge of the Superior Court
«i( the county of Urn Angelea, in open Court, at
the Court-room of aald Court, in the county of
L'>s Antreles. on the 15th day of June, IHMB, at 10
0 clock A. M., of that day, to prove their debt*
and choose one or more assignees of the eeUte of
said debtor.
It in further ordered, that tho order be pub-
Hulled In the Los Annelcs Hailv Her alp, a news
paper of general circulatimi, published In tbe
■ uotv id Los Angeles, as often as the aald paper
is published, before the said day set for the meet
Ing of creditors.
And it is further ordered, that, ia the m.Min
time, aM processings against the t-aid Insolvent
be stayed
V. E. HOWARD.
Judge of the Superior Court.
Dated May tnlfitd
Jno. C. Morgan, Theodore Lynill, Attorneys
for ISMWaItSMI
ORDER.
In tbe Superior Court, County oi Los
Angeles, Htate of California.
Iv the Matter of the Dissolution of the Mutual
Land Association.
Upon reading and flting tin- petition of the
abovo entitled corporation, pi;,ying fur an order
i.f this Court dissolving SftM corporation, and it
appearing to thi- sstistactimt of the Court that
*.ml application is in runtonnity with Title VI of
the Code of Civil rWedtirc, «fl2 27 et seq., snd
good cause existing therefor:
It is hereby ordered that said application he
tiled with tne CI. rk of this Court.
And it Is further ordered that said Clerk give
not less than HO -lavs notice nor more than i>o of
said application by publication thorrof in the
I. .1 Angeles Herali-, a newspaper published in
said city and count, of Los Angeles.
J. D HIN EM, Judge.
Dated April 11, \-fS». m! 6 Im
Notice to Creditors.
Estate of F. O. WoUT, deceao«sj.
Notice la hereby given by the undersigned,
M. P. Cutler. Publif Aihiiiois'trator, adoiinlstrafor
of the estate of E. O, Wolff, deceased, to
the Creditors of, and all persona having claims
agaiunt lln-said d". caac<l, to eihibit them with
the neeessar., voueher-i, within four ihoiillh after
the ttrst publication of this notice, to the said
administrator, at hh ofhee, room 4, Illiifmimun
libs-k, city of Los Angeles, the same being the
place for the transaction of the busin. Hs of the
said rstittc In the Count, oi Loh Angeles, State of
California.
M. P, CDTLEII, Public Admiiiiatmtor,
Administrator uf the estate of f. O. Wolff, de
ceased.
Dated at Loh Angelea, April 24th, IHK.I. mtb
Notice to Creditors.
Estate of Elizabeth C. Sharpies, deceased.
Notice is hereby given M tlx undersigned, ex
ecutor of tlx last will of Elizabeth!' Hharplea, de
erased, to the creditor* ut and all persons having
claim l ! imainst the said deeeaSMl, to exhibit, them
with the necessary vouchers, within four months
aft.-r tlie rlrst publication of thia notice Ut the
said eaeet.nr at bis residence, northeast of the
Postoffice at Pasadena, in the county of lm An
grlcs, State of California.
WM. HHAIIPLEH,
Executor of the last Will of ElisaliethC Sharpies,
Dated Slm Angeles, April 18, IBM. alO iw
Notice to Stockholder.*.
A meeting of the Stockholders of the San
Cahricl Wi io Co. will be held al the oltliv of tie '
Compaii), at San tlabriel, Cal., on May 31,
at 11 iiVhH'k A, m , to consider the matter of hi
1 rcisint. Hie i'ltpital -toek ~f .:,ul ( ~in|i:Hi\ !in M i
-":,(l,i lo SMin.iMNl, to be divide.) into r.,IKMI
shares of «I(W par value each, 11, order of (he
Board of Directors. J. Ds lIAKTII SHOKIt,
Prealdenf San (labriel Wine Co.
F. W. Wi , Secretary Han (iabricl Wine Co.
Bjtn tn>:il ,
PERRY MOTT & CO.'S j
LUMBER YARDS
AND I'LANINU MILLS,
NO. 76 COMMERCIAL STREET.
rorautl
LEGAL.
SUMMONS.
In the Baperfot ('onrt of the State of
Calfornia, in and for the County of
Loe Angeles.
No. at*.
A.lolph Ouiol end Albert H. Ouiol,
Plaintiffs,
0. do Rouen, otherwise called 0. Dar
win, Defendant.
Action brought in the Superior Conrt ot the
Stale of Ualifordla, in anil fur thu county ot Im
Angeles, ami the Complaint filed in said county
ot Los Angeles, In the offloe or the Clerk ot mid
Superior Court.
Thu ivopi,. of thostatcof California rend greet.
ing to.
OOb ROI'EN, ..th.rwis,. railed o. ttUIWIN
Defendant.
You are hereby required to appear in an action
brought agaitibt you by the abovo named plain
tiffs m Ihe Superior Court of the Stoto of Oalifor
nla. In and for tbe county of Loa Angeles, and to
iiUHHt-rtlic complaint Wed therein, within ten
days (exclusive of the day of service), after the
service on you of this Summons if nerved within
this county; or, if served elsewhere, within rhirtv
daya-or judgment by default will be taken
against you according to the prayer of said cora-
The said action is brought to obtain the judg
ment of the Court that a certain deed executed
ro me .icfeiiuani uy the name oi v. Rouen to
(■ n-d,-rick Ouiol, deceased, on or about tho Oth
day of December, 187tt, shall have the same force
and effect as If executed by aaid OV Kouen by
the name of v. Darwin, and for such other relief
as may be just, and for costs of cult
Reference is hail to complaint for particulars.
And you are hereby notified that if you fail to
appear and answer the-.id complain is nboie
required, the said plaintiffs will «pplv to the
Court for the relief demanded in the complaint
Ch en under my hand and Ihe wen lof tin- Su
perior Court of the Si ite of California, in and for
the county ol hod Angeles, this lib day of April,
iv the year of oar Lord, one thm.aiid eight hum
dred and eighty-three.
{L. S.) A. \V. POTTS, Clerk.
Hy A. ItIKPAi, Deputy.
1 OeorgeC. Uibb., Attomcj for Plaintiffs.
ap!7 •£ v
Notice to Creditors.
In the Superior Court, iv and for Los
Angeles County.
In the m .tt-jr of the Eatate of Maria Engracia
i Cota de Oomingucz, deceased.
Notice is hoieln e,iven hy the undersigned, Ad
iniiiiatrator of tlie estate of Maria EngraeU CoU
de Dominguez, deceased, to the creditor* of and
all persons having claims against the suid de
ceased to exhibit ih.'tn with tin; necessary vouch -
ST*within teo months after the publication of
this notiuu t . th" said administrator, at hia resi
dence at the soi Pedro Rancho, in thcotuitv ol
Los Angeles.
Loa Angi-k-s, April 17, 1883.
UKORUE CARSON,
< administrator of the estate of Maria Engiaeia
1 Cota de INaMllllgaei ap!B
Notice to Creditors.
Estate of John Johnson Hill, rloiiaurt
Notice is hereby given by the undersigned
M. I. Cutler, Public Administrator, udroltii.stra
lor of tbe estate of ,l,>hn .lohiiMiii Kill, deceased,
to the creditors of and all persona having
claims against the aald deceased, to exhibit
them with the necessary vouchers within four
months after the first publication of this notice,
to the said administrator, at his office, roora i
Duconmiuii Rlock, city of Loa Angelea,
the same being the place for the transac
tion of the business of the said estate iv {he
County of Loa Angeles, State of California.
M. P. CUTLER, Public Administrator.
Administrator of the cstasc of John Johnson Hill,
deceased.
Dated at I.— Angeles, April 31, lS&f. a2!> 4w
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
The puhlic, am! tspecially those seeking invest
menti, are notified that I claim po.isu-iv.rs right
to real property deeded to Henry Duh..urdieii,
Mary Dubourdieu and i.ucv Dubourdieu; that all
property by me so deeded Is only held in truat by
(leie. foi me, aud that I will contest any sale
thereof. HERN AUD DCH'.UJRDIEII.
Loa Angeles, April 17, 1888. aplS-lm
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
The puhlic, whether -'seeking investments" or
n«t, aie notified that we are perfectly satisfied to
have Mr. Bernard Dubourdieu claim poHscssory
or any other right to real property standing in
our names in this county, as the said property
belong* to us and v. c « ill sell tbe same « hi never
afs wish mo to do, and Mr. B. Dubourdieu hlni
self Is hereto notified that we haw perfected ar
raugemetits with A. W. Potts, Clerk of the Supe
ri-.i c-'urt ol f.o-. Angeles county, by which Mr.
!t. Duhoiirdieu may file immediately any com
plaint in that Court, upon paying the proper
tees, ami commence any action against us to ob
tain an) poiti it our property ; and he Is fur
ther i ..tilled Hi it unless he hastens to commence
such suits some one ■'seeking investments may
consider tha* he intended his card,printed above,
as a frantic ■■bluff" and nothing else.
HENRY DUBOURDIEU.
MARY DUBOURDIEU.
LUCY DDBOCRDiBU.
Los Angeles, April 18, ISS3. all) lin
In the Superior Court
Of Loa Angeles County, State of Cal
ifornia.
In the natter of tbe estate of John Hruttig,
deceased.
Order appointing time for hearing application to
sell real estate.
Barbara Bruttlg, the administratrix of the es
tate of said deceased, hating ties day Hied her
petition herein, dull verified, praying for an
order of sale ot the whole of the real estate of
said deceased for the purposes thi rein si t forth,
it is therefore ordered In said Court that all per
aena interested in the estate of s a j.| deceased
appear before the said .Superior Court on
Weuneaitay. the 30th tint er May,
IKNS, nt 10 o'rloek A. M .
At the court room of said Court, at the Court
House, in said city and county of Los Angeles, to
shot* cause whj an order should not be uranti i|
to the said Administratrix to sell wt much of the
real estate of said deceased at private aale aa
shall he necessary, and that a cop* of this order
shall he published at least four success he weeks
in the Loa Angeles Dailt llkrald, a newspaper
WttritJ and published iv said Los Anc'des
county
Dated Aprd :t(ith, 1883.
V. E. HOWARD,
myltd. Judge of Said Court.
Order to Show Cause Why Order of
Sale of Real Estate Should not
be Blade.
In the Superior Court in and for the
County of Im Angeles, State of Cal
ifornia.
In the Matter of the Estate of James R -ed, de
ceased.
Wm, R Rowland, the administrator of the es- 1
tate of .lames lteed deceased, having tiled his pc 1
tition herein praying (or an order of sale of the 1
real estate of said decedent, for the Mreotaal j
therein set forth. It is therefore ordered by tbe 1
Sup-nor Court of said hw Angeles county that l
all persons interested in the estate of aaid de
ceased appear before the said Superior i 'oitrt on 1
Tuesday, the Pith day of June, LBBB, „t \ ft orleck
in the forenoon of said day, at ihe court room of 1
sai.l Superior Court, ut the city of Loa Angeles, '
in aaid count.i of Lou Angeles, to show cause why
au order should not tw granted to the said ad- '
ministrator to sell so much of the real estate of
the said deceased as shall he necessary. And
thatacopyof this order be published at least
four successive weeks in the Los Angeles Daily
HgRALt), a newspaper printed and published in
said county of I.os Angeles-.
j. d. Rom,
Judge of the Superior Court.
Dated Los Angeles, May 8, 1883. niUtd
Dissolution of Copartnership. j
Tin copartnership ben ti.tore between ,
Thoa. Dicker son i W. H. Huff, under the
Hnn name of Diekoiaon A Co., ia thia day dia
sohed b\ mutual consent.
THOS. DICKERSON
WM B. HUFF.
l«oa Angelea, April 17, 1888. alO 4w
Notice to Creditors.
Estate of Rudolph Wurtemberger, deceased.
Notice ia hereby given by the undersigned, M.
P. Cutler, Public Administrator, administrator
of the estate of aaid deceased, to the
creditors of. and all persons hat ing claims against ,
the said deceased, toexhihit. them. with tbe nee- ,
eaaary voucher*, vtithin lour months after the ,
lirst publication of this notice, to Oil- said admin- ■
latrator, at hia office, room 4, Ducommuii Block,
tin- same being the place for the transaction of ',
the business or the said estate in the County of j
l*os Angeloa, State «f California.
M. P. CUTLER, Puhlic A inistrntor, 1
Administrator of the estate of Itil.lolph Wurtelil |
herger, deceased.
Dated at UN Angelea, April 24, IMB. BM 4w
Notice to Creditors.
Estate uf Uobert Bills, di-eeawd. , <
Notice is herein giteii In the undersigned *
Administratrix of the estate of Robert Bills, I
deceased, to the creditors- f, and nil persona hay- '
ing claims against Raid deceased, to exhibit tloon I
with tin- nceettsart touchers, vt it bin four months *
after the tlrst publication of this notice, to the 1
said Administratrix, at tin- office of Biekiiull Si
White, ns.in 11, IV 1c Block, Loa Angelea, in
the count*, ol Los Angilea.
MAUV A. H11.1.5.
Adi stratrix of the ehtate of Holtert Bills, de
ceased,
Dated May 1. 18&).
wart-4w
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
Notice ia hereby |given that I am the owner
snd holder of the legal title to a certain parcel
of laud commonly known aa the Chavez tract
situated at Kaat law Angelea, in the city and
count* of Loa Angelas. H. LECItog I
Loa Angelea, April lKth, 1883. a! 4 fm
LEGAL.
REPORT OF THE OOHBITION
OF Till
First National Bank
AT LOS ANUELEB,
In the State of California, nt the close of business
May Int. INMB.
RESOURCES.
Ixians anil discount* f6B9,ofcy 44
Overdrafta 6,Sfil 00
If. 8. Bonds to secure circulation. .. 100,000 Ou
C. S. builds on hand 210,060 00
Other stocks, bonds and mortgages. 123,4{i3 02
Due from approved reserve agents. 55,701 70
Hue from other National Banks.. . I«,ses (7
Due from state banks and hankers. 38,707 40
Real estate, furniture and fixtures.. 41,738 7f>
i "rn-iitexponso, and taws paid.,. . *tt7 24
I'romiums paid . . 10 fW »7
checks and other cash items . . s'hta iKI
Bill, of other bank, aj&Z
RSfilLi; 244,600 06
Legal tender notes at Ms nn
Heilemption fund with U. S. Tress
urer (6 per cent ol circulation)... 4 ( 6oo 00
■n* - tiTaie.aae w
LIABILITIES.
Capita) stock paid in a iqq raya 00
Surplus fund 70,000 00
I ndivided profits 27 164 10
National hank notes outstanding. .. 88,000 00
Individual deposits subject to check 1,224,046 94
DciiKiMil certificates of deposit 85,913 68
Due to State (winks and bankers.... 20,613 12
Tota| n.eie.nai at
State of Catfllorula7 I „
County of Los Angeles, f
I, E. F. Spenee, President of the above-named
bank, do solemnly swear that the abovo statement
is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
E. F. BPENCE, President,
subscribed and sworn to before me this 12th day
ot May, 1883. FRANK A. OIBSON
Notary Public, I.os Angeles CO., Cal.
Correct -Attest:
J. F. CRANI, j
J. E. Hollkkbkck, WMrcctors.
E. F. Br»c«_ )
[BUD
Notice of Meeting to Elect Direc
tor*.
Notice is hereby glref lo the Stockholders ol
the ' Soledad OoleTand Silver Mining Company,
now consolidated with the "Ssnches' Oold arid
Silver Mining Company, under the name ol 'The
Sanchez and Soledad Oold and Sliver kilning
Company Consolidated." that a meeting of the
Stoc .hi.l.lers will be held on Saturday. May sub
1889, at 2 o clock c. «. of that day, at room 6
Mohr Rloek, !.<•« Angeles city, lor tho purpose of
electing a Board of (lire-tors for the new consoli
date) company for the onsuing year, and lo con
sider such oiher l.uslne,, as may properly come
before said meeting.
JAMES NOEL. President
Its W. mt. Secretary.
May 14th, 1883. mIM.I
CHOICE RESIDENCE PROPERTY FOR
SALE.
20 BUILDING LOTS,
60il«W ft, fn mt ing on Main St., and belli*;
part of the well known
Orange Orchard Tract
Belonging to O. W. Chikts.
Apply at the resilience of O. VV Cbllds, corner
lltli and Main streets, from 9to 10 a. M or to
Howard * Co., room II McDonald Block. m 6 1
"new depot tract.
34 ELEGANT RESIDENCE
— AND
BUSINE3B LOTB.
These lots are the
Subdivision or Los Angeles In
llrmary ..rounds.
VERY CHEAP FOR 30 DAYS.
Dickerson & Co., Sole Agents.
am| 10 248 BAKER BLOCK.
JOEPOHEIM.theTaiIor,
HAS JUST RECEIVED THE FINEST LINE
of the Latest Styles of Woolons for Spring and
Summer Wear which ha. ever been exhibited In
the San Francisco market
My numerous customers and the Public gener
ally are respectfully Invited to call and examine
for themselves, as lam ala ays perfectly willing
to show ni.y (roods, whethor purchase is intended
Snits made to order from the
finest Scotch Tweed for - $35.00
(Always sold for »45.) Cash
The Latest Styles Oassimere
Snits for ------ 30.00
(Always sold lor 840.)
Fine Dress Pants, from . . g.OO
Business Pants, from - - - 5.00
Business Suits, from - - - 80,00
The best of Trimming and Workmanship
with Perlect Fit guaranteed or no aale.
Samples and rules for self-measurement sent
free to any address on application to
JOE POHEIM, the Tailor,
N08.724 MARKET BTREET
And *o:t Montgomery atreet,
BAN FRANOIBCO. aiofm
|._ J H. P. QRECORY A CO.,
>v\li 2 A 4 California St.,
AajM&a? San Franeiaco,
Sole Agi nis t.-r the Celebrated
/Qm\ SPIDER HOSE.
■ Q A brand of Ruber Iloae made
■ / expresly for use on the PactAo
w * Coast. Costa no mora ami la
trim run teed to outlast any other made. Nona gen
nine unlewi Spider branded on each end. a' I fni
J. J. MELLUS,
Commission Merchant,
NO. 7 LOS ANOBIiBS ST.,
firnlii nnd nil Kinds of Country
Produce.
m BARLEY A SPECIALTY. «1
Also agent for Tarpey A Rirkpatiick's thor
oughhred SPANISH MERINO SHEEP.
100.000 MIIEKr VOR M/aI.K.
marlstf
FRANK BHRIER,
IMPORTED & DOMESTIC CICARS,
CHEVYING A SMOKING TOBACCO,
Nos. 100 and 102 N. Spring Street,
Cor. Market,
lais Angelea, Cal.
FREHII IMPORTED (HOARS A SPECIALTY - .
Hpeclal Induoements to the Trade.
m«ltt
THUS. IHI'KERSIIN. ASA ADAMS.
DICKERSON A CO.,
Real Estate & Money Brokers,
Ufa Angeles, Cal. P. O. Boa 288.
Ortlce in Western Union Telasigraph Building,
Baker Block. Will give attention to sales of city
and country property; rent dwellings; free
isin.ejsncw for the use ol patrons to examine
properties. Parties having property for aale will
flnrlil t« their interest to call ami give us the
selling ol their places. dtWI
N. W. STOW XI.I. & CO.,
- aaaiirictvaaa or
aaaiMcaaarTE* x» rx» «,
l.i is A Nil ELKS. CAL. mil lm

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