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DAILY REAL ESTATE RECORD.
PaalUnea »r t«e Abstract aad Title lsasarance Caaspaay af A>oa Angeles. Wednesday, January 5,1887. cohveyaDces. E M Hamilton to C X Lamb-Bond lot deed to lots A B C D snd E, block 1 Hamil ton traot, ELA. ... Nathan Fletcher to F M Josltn-lo acres lv Rancho Santiago de Santa Ana; $750. T Banbury to Max Bomer—Lot 8 T Ban bury's traot Pasadena; $400. Geo F Keruaghsn to Alrln Gibbs—Lot 2 W T Yore's subdivision Pasadena; $2600. William W Mills to AlvluGlbbs—Let 7 aud adjacent 4 5 of lot 8 Mills' subdivision of B'* of tot 3block J,'23an Pascual tract; $2700. Geo Kerckhoff to H Werder—Lot 17 lv vineyard lot E-5 Anaheim; $1800. H D Bacon to D McFarland—Agreement to convey part of Marengo tract; $159,000. I) McFarland to Kaymoud Improvement Go—Assignment of above. Edward A Hall, trustee, to Mrs B C Mor gan—Lot 81 of subdivisiou of lot 4 block 1 H 8; $800. Walter Mortimore, I X Dunkelberger and Ofleld A Vlckrey to Wm Kenuedy—Lot 81 Eleventh st block; $590. W 8 Cunningham to John J Osmer—Lots 1 2 7 snd 8 block 26 Pomona;s6llo. John J o-mer to James M Armour—Lots 7 snd 8 block 26 Pomoua; $spo. Samuel T Alexander to James M Armour —Lots 1 nnd 2 block3l Pomoua. Los Angeles Improvement Co to X » With uell—Lots 4 sod 13 block H, Glassells subdi vision of lot 7 etc, block 39 H 8, lots 10 snd 19 block E, Glassells suqdlvlslon of lot 8 etc blook 39 HB, aud lots 18 and 14 block B, Glassells subdivision of lot 3 blook 89, H 8; $1870. - Clarence E McKee to Howard L McKee— Part of block 18, Griffins addition, ELA; $6. Howard L McKee to Clarence E McKee— Part of block 17, lirlfflns addition to E L A; Clarence E McKee and Howard L MoKee to Mary H McKee—Block 18, Griffins addi tion to EL A: $6. , John D Burch, James R Bosl and Geo B Patton to Louise N Eshleman—Lot 6, Carter Grove tract; $320. . , D C Plxley to Clarence M Woodruff— of lot 4 block 6, Orange; $105 Geo Boehme, X A Cox and M 0 Brandt to John E Dennan—Lots 4142 43 and 44 block 3, Malabar tract; $1160. Same to James M Ward Sheridan-Lots 39 snd 40 block 8, Malabar trsct; $580. P Beauiry to Wenzel Rudolf—Lot 10 block 5. West Rosas tract: $500. Thomas Wardall to Olivia H O'Connell- Lot 9 Wardall subdivision of lots B and C block 9. Monrovia tract; $170. Jt E Hauler to John T Nourse—Lot 4 block C, Halls addition, Sauta Ana: $1100. 0 B Hall to Miss L L Petter-Lots 3 and 11 block B, Halls sdditlon to Santa Ana; $1. Same to E E Hassler, wife of F A JUssler —Lots 8 aud 16 block A, lots 6 and 14 block B, lots 4 6 and 11 blook C, Halls addltiou to Sauta Ana: love. Ssme to John T Nourse—Lots 1 2 and 3 block C, Halls addition to S una Aua; $700. M L Wicks to George Herman Voss—Lot M. Goodwin tract; 1300. J Brossesu to Isabella A Dodge—Lot 10, W Depot trsct; $210. Charlotte Woolf and R 11 Woolf to J Hick in—6.4o acrss In Ro Sau Jose and strip along W side of same; $590). G S Nixon to P J Drsher—Lot 5, block C, S Palomsres tract ; $2888. Pomona Land and Water Company to G 8 Sixon—Lots, block C, N Palomares tract; 11758.97. A T Currier to G A Whittaker-16 acres In Pomona; $27i>0. P Beaudry to D Brldenstine—Lots 5 and 6, blocks, Mott tract; $600. 1 8 Slanson to Azusa Land and v> ater Co -Part ot Azusa ranch, 20 acres as described in deed, book 156, page 241, snd lot 2, See 26, r 1 N, X 10 W ; $180,000. H L Macneil, G C Hagar, R M Widney aud 1 X Alexander, trustees, to H W Griswold— Lots 910 27 and 28, block O; 27 and 27, block U- 13 and 14, bio- k V, Maclay's addltiou to ten Fernando; $800. „ ~,„„„ . W B Cox to AI McLellan, W C Meßratney tnd Ellen R Lawrence—Undivided Interest in 97.60 acres In Ko La Cienega; $32,000. O S Martin and J H Martin to G Rice agreement to convey lot 37, Highland Park ,raot; $8500. W Laoy to W B Stewart and J A Weir—Lot I, blook 17, Lamasda Park; $2000. T J Stuart and tt M Adams to J R Dobbins md G nice—Agreement to convey lot 10, R 11, Alhambra addition tract; 83250. Delos Campbell to James 8 Tonner—Lot 1, t C Shafer's subdn of block 6, in lot 8, Jlock 39, H 8, $1000. E U Spalding to Mrs Margery C Burnett— jot 7, block A, H M Johnston's trsct, ELA, 1700. Ssme to Bhelden Borden—Lot 9, block A, 11 M Johnston's trsot, ELA, $700. John F Humphreys and Richard Dunni [aa to Miss Ida M Mathews—Lot in X line >f Hope it, and lot on E line of flower at, 'same to Mrs Louise Fellner—Lot on W Ine of Hope st, $3900. W C Burt and Mary Burt te L C Miller- Lot 8, block 26, E L A. $700. H D McDonald to John Guess—l acre In leo 11, T IS, Rl2 W. 8400. E H Spalding to Wm A Spalding—Lot 4, >lnck A, H M Johnson traot, ELA. $1400. C B Wood head to Walter A.Vernon—Lot 1, iloek A, Burton tract, $550. E F spence and W N Monroe to John D Bleknell—Lot E, block 21, and lots C and D, rtoek 22, addition No 1 to Monrovia, $5. Dan MoFarland to City of Los Angeles— * 15 feet 9 Inches of lot 35, and E 44 leet " uches of lot 37, W 25 feet 2 Inches of lo* a tnd E 84 feet 10 lnehee of lot 26, Ellis 'or sts. Eduards B de Bruudtge „t Los An teles— Psrt of lot 6, blook po Tt HU! tract, James Hewitt |c William B Condee— tenement to c^ aTe .. i otg 4 sad 5, Hewitt's lobdn ot lots, 4 &nd £ Qiock b, San Pascual met, KbO, V'k Lowell to Sophia Schroder—Lot 89;F 11 Lowell subdivision of Soheffelen tract E L A;$1000. Same to Jacob Schroder—Lot 34 F H Low ell subdivision of Scbeffelen tract ELA; «H$J A BUderraln to Arosdls R de Alva rado—Lots 6 7 91113 15 and 17 according to man of part of Alvarado tract, recorded May 12 1886' $1. W Gilbert and Jose G Estudlllo to same- Lot 15 blk 11 and lot 16 blk 13 Brooylyn tract: "Sophia Schimmel and Frederick Schim mel to Andrew Stephens—2 acres betweeu the lands of Andrew Stephens and Isaac B H , ugh*Wllllam Skene to Georse Boehme —Agreement to convey lot 1 blk 61 H S; $4750, George Boehme, E A Cox and M C Brandt to M M Chamberlain —Lots 12 and 13 Mala bar tract; $400. John A B Eraklne to Harriet M Strange— EM of lot 23 blk E Thomas tract; $50. Vital F Vignes to J E Yoakum—Lot 11 ad dition No 1 to Vignes traot; $380. Same to same—Lot 12 sdditlon No Ito Vig nes trsct: $380. Edwin A Cleaveland to Elizabeth Proud flt—Agreement to convey of NX of lot 3 blk J. San Pascual traot; $2650. A Braluard Case to R FMaxson-1 82-100 acres In Tustln City ; $1450. Edson Turner to Lymsn Allen— l% acres in Pasadena; $1600. Henry T Newell to George Symons—Lot 9 blook 7 Chavsz tract. P Mc Ann any to ML Wicks—3 acres in sec tion 24 T2 8 RIS W. . . „ _ . Olive E Wells to W Gilbert and J G Estu dlllo—Lot6 block 17 Brooklyn tract; $200. George H Strong to Mrs Amelia H Scott- Lot 1 block 22 Park tract. „ R A Crlppea and Rath D Crippen toHeury C Bagg anef Marion X Bagg-12J4 acres In block 34 Lucas traot Santa Monica; $1800. . WH Perry Lumber A Mill Co to J J Wood worth—Lot 13 block 78 Pomona; $150. W H Perry and 8 H Mott to J J Woodworth —Lot 13 blook 78 Pomona; $50. Howard W Mills and M L Wicks toCharlea MFord—Lot 5 W subdivision ol Lick traot; $600 Frederick Boeokman to Alonso Phillips and Geo H ol EV<of NWV of BEU lection 34 T3BR 10 W; $5100. Thomas Wurdsll to pavld L Funderburgh —Lot 39 Wardall's subdivision of It B ando C block 9 Monrovia traot: $1 D L Funderburg to C H Stewart—Lit 39/ WardeU's subdivision of lots Baud C, block 9 Monrovia traot; $ 77. W H Simmons to W Lacy—Lot 2, block 16; lot 12, block 26; lot 8. block 4; lot 16, block 14 E LA; lot 0, block C; lots 10 and 18, block C; lots 8 and 8, blook B, and lots 14 and 16, block 1), Morris Vineyard tract; division li of lot 5, block 38,Oaual and Reservoir lauds; lots 10 snd 12, block 16, E L A, undivided > a of lot 2 Grltnn's addition to EL A; lots 2 snd l block H, Boylo Heights tract; lots 18 snd il, block * ELA; $20ob. OW Chiids lb S Cerelli and W Williams Lot 4. block 10| O W Chiids 200-lot trsct; O W Chiids to Mrs Elizabeth Leonsrd— Lot 1, block!», O W Chiids 200-lot tract; H W O'Melveny to B Klngsbaker-Lot, 1 2 snd 8, block l; lots 1 2 3 8 and N 30 feet on oMotss 4 and 7, block 2, Harvey tract; Nortboraft to E Thomson-N 16 sores of WH of 8W« Sco 16.T 2 8, X 13 W , *10,000. S HJohnson to 0 H Stewart and 8 P Mnl ford-Lot 14, block H, Monrovia; $3i5. A Klmnau to X H Owen-Undivided )<ol 2 lota andrlght of way lv B L A: lot ll.hlopk 8, Moulton's addition to city: lot 18. Scott t additlod to Santa Monica, and lots 35 and 36 Rosas tract; 890j0. , T V Oonway to Mary R Conway-AU rsa property In Los Anseles oounty, inoludini properly described in book 133, page 283. ATTACHMENTS, LIENS, ETC. J C Bwiser and Mary L Swiser vs Riohsrc: Forrestal, Mrs Mary A Forrestal and 0 . Forrestal-Notioe of sotion to cancel dset date? May 18.1888. to lots 12 5 snd 6of R< lot 24 Beaohe's addition to Creoente Call ads. HOMESTEADS. Mary Sorabjee wife of Eduljee Sorabjee— Lot on east Hue of Johnston street. East Los Augeles. MISCELLANEOUS. Herman B Hutchinson to Ssvlngs Bank of Southern California—As.lgnment of mort gage book 70 p 536 et seq. _ I R Dunkelberger to Abbott Roblnaen— Partial release ol mortgage book 83 n 2»a M C Burnett to Sheldon Borden—Power of "john W Lapham'to William W Lapham- Power of attorney. , M ,..i, Anns 8 Averill to Farmers and Merch ants Bank of LA —Assignment of mortgage Keseler's subdivisiou ol block 111 Pomona; 13-19. , . Sara E McKee to J, B Overton-Asslgn men', of mortgage book 79 p 276. . _„.. sEßßarstoto E F Bryant-Chattel mort gtge on mining machinery at King ol the J» Baldwin to LirklnSnodgraßS—Assign incut.ol mortgage book 81 p 601. JUDGMENTS Bam Prince vs Susan Prlnoe-Dlvorce. Thursday, Jauuary 6,1887. CONVEYANCES. T Butler Vsn Alstyne to D w Wltmer— Lots 9,11,13 and 15, wltmer & Van Alstynes addition to Santa Ana: 11. J M Copeland and v Ellen Copeland to Mary Faacks wife of Herman Fsacks—lo acres In A B CUapmau tract, rancho Santia go de Santa Ana; 82300 W I Hull to Thos A Lewis—Lot 49, Centra', addition to Santa Monies; 8200. Los Angeles Improvement Co to Henry Klemann—Lota 5,6, and 7, bock C, I, A Imp Co'i subdivision of part of lots 4 and 5 block 39. H8; 8300. Chas Fronoh to Frank B Flrey and George Rkorer—Agreement to convey undivided \ interest in south 20 acres of Bur bauk tract; 18000. P H Brewer to Chas French and Mrs Mary A Simmons—Lots 1 aud 2, block 30, Pomoua; 12500. Pomona Land aud Water Co to Mrs F D Emmons—s acres In lot 27, N E Pomona tract; 8600. E M Keller to Clara E Cumberland—EJ^ 01 BWW of see 81, T 1 N, K8 W; 84500. L D Kutan to 8 J Rolph—Agreement to convey NJ ■■ ot lot 28, Loop A Meservo tract: Bettle Rolph and 8 J Kolnh toLDKutan —Lots 3 and 4, Kolph's subdivision of block 161, Pomona; 81300 J E Yoakum to AII Stratham—ll seres in city; (7000. Pomoua Land and Water Co to Mrs Llzzia M Case—Lot 10 Pomona Laud aud Water Cos subdivision of blosk 164 Pomona; 8300. W C Maley to J H Maley-1.83 acies In Ro Santiago de Santa Ana, 11000. C L Foster to D W Harrier—Lot 12 Potts, Borden A Sidwell trsct: t2150. Allied Robinson trustee to A F Brown— E\4 of NEJ4 of NE!4 fectiou 10 T 5 8 R 10 W; 8634 55. Lafayette M Morrell to trustees of Balsa Grande School Diguict-2 acres iv section 8 TSS R 10 W; 890. L F Henderson and M B Craig—Lot 3 block 10 Santa Aua; 12500. John R Porter to G H Wableumaler—Lot 8 block 20 Santa Ana; $1000. Harvey C Jennings tn Caroline J Cogs well—Lot 6 block 2 Jennings addition San ta Ana; $350. Geo W Miuter to Alodzo Hall—Lots 3 and 4 block E, Humphrey's addition Santa Ana; $500. E H Owen to Albert Klmpau—Undivided U interest in N 60 feet ol lot 3 block 32 O S, lot 10 block 8 Moul'.on's addition and part of lot 13 block D, Johnston tract; t9OOO. C G Harrison, foseph Curtis aud E H Sweetser to A N Towns—Lots 81 and 32 Tbe Palms; $1 06. Henry W O'Melveny to A B Eshleman— Lots 4 and 5 block 3 Harvey tract; $1700. Pascal Ballade and John Itzalna to Miss Cora Phillips-Lot 20 block A, Reglns trsct; Western Development Co to M Duron—Lot 13 block 18 Newhall; 8100. Estate snd guardianship of Phlnois E Woodworth—Order confirming compromise and quieting title to lots 10 11 14 30 34 35 42 43 44 49 bO 51 52 5 1 54 55 56 57 and 58, Wood worth tract. In Thomas Wilson Shaw, lots 1 2 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 25 and 39, Woodworth tract, in James M Davles. M L Wicks, Thomas Wilson Shaw and James M Davles vs Phlneas E Woodworth —Decree quieting title to Woodworth es tate In plaintiffs. John D Bicknell and W N Monroe to E F Spence—Lots D Fond G, block 21, Monrovia tract 85. D Kaab vs Phillip Alois Raab, Carl Fred erick Kaab aud Martha Justlna Kaab—De cree quieting title to 30 acres in Ko San Pasoubl In D Kaab. H C Wltmer to Joseph H Marshall—Lot 21, block 1, Yarnell's subdu of NE part of lot 4, block 38, H 8,1450. J G Bower and John Sutcliffe to H W Mills and M L Wicks—B 16 feet ou NW corner of Main and Second sts, $6400. John W Ellis to Edward A Hall, trustee- Agreement to convey blook D, J W Ellis' subdn of part oi lots 2 and 8, block 38, H 8, $1. Mary A Hoadley aud John W Bills, to Ed ward A Hall: trustee—Agresmsnt to convey lots 23 8 010 and 11, blook A, and lota 1 and 2. blook C, Coliua Park, $1. E A Hall, trustee, to L A InwOvoillent Co -Lots 1112 and 13 block. A; lotsl 3 4567 8 ? _ SJ. 22 ¥Ji 4 ?« 27 "X 26 SO and 31,blsck C, J W Ellis subdivision of v _ n 0 f lot 3, blook 68, U ■: lots 4 4 IJ 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 29 SO 31 and 32, b.<ock n, J W Kills subdivision of part Oj tots 5 and 3, block 38, H 8; 85. _ W O'Melveny to C Plnkham—Lot 2, olook 3, nnd lots 18 and 20, block 2, Harvey tract; $2500. J Lyons to G G Bishop—Lot 4, block 22, Park tract; 15. F L Jones to 8 F Bangham—Let 2, Dr Cou gar tract, Pasadena: $2000. C E Thorn to J Schleslnger—Lot 5, blook H, Csmerou tract; $1. T Mays to 1Q Dagne-Lo) 1, Jenkins tract; $1400. O Morgan to J O Mack ay—Lot 7, block 7, O WChtlds2oo-lot-ract: tSrjO. 0 W Chiids to J O Maokay—Lot 21,blockl 1, O W Chiids 200-lot tract; $600. A Cberiotto to X Kasoh and E M Morrison —Agreement to convey 10% acies on San Pe dro street: $19,000. 1 Dagne to T Mays—Lot 5, Kinney tract; $110* L A Improvement Co to J Holmgreen— Lot 19, block 5, L A I Co's subdivision of part of lot. 8, block 39, 118; $300. C E Beebe to G W Frazier—Lot 13, blook Q, Allso tract, $800. 1, F Miller, W L Carter, and C H Frost to E H Elliott, G W Lawrence and F M Under wood—Lot 5, Miller, Carter and Frost's sub division of N>» of lot 8, block B, Sau Pascual trsct. $1770 W R Huff to J F Roth and Emllo Quarre— Lot 9, block 17, and lot 23, blook 10, Brook lyn tract, »SOO. II A Barclay, trustee, to L C Clark-Lot 3, blocks, Foothill tract,sl2Bo. Alhambra Addition Water Co to E T Wrlrht—Agreement to supply water to lots 12 3 8 10, blook 8. Ramona. San Gabriel Wive Company to E T Wright —Lot 1, block 8, Kamoua, $325. Rutus L Kimball to Josephine Vogan— Agreement to convey lot 16, Dickerson A Carr's subdivision of block 20U, Griffin's ad dition to East Los Angeles, $1350. H T Newell .o L H Hannas—Lots 11 and 16, block 6, Pioneer Building Lot Associa tion, $1. C E Day to J A Bisbee—Agreement to con vey lot 6, block F, Sunset tract, $300. same to Same—Agreement to convey lot 14, block A, Sunset tract, $500. John Sutcliffe And Robt E Wershlng— Mu tual agreement to convey land (or street. Wm Thomas to Chas Packard and Elmer Packard—NWJi of lot 11 block A, Marengo tract; $6. Vital F Vignes to W J Magee-Lot 6 Vignes tract addition No 1; $400. J F Houghton trustee to Daniel Houser, Samuel A Overholtzei and Jacob Shelby trustees of German Baptist Church—Lots 19 aud 20 blook 20, Covins; 850. J F Houghton to Amanda Piatt—Lots 2 and 3 block 13. Covins; $100. p Beaudry to Wm Reichardt—Lot 30 block 6, Beaudry traot No 2; $900. I L Spencer to Geo E Johnson—Lot 14 block C, W L A; 8600 Kefugia Cota de Martinez to Alphonso Sadler—Lot 24 and BK>... of fractional lot adjacent on the S blook F, Morris Vineyard tract; 85. Tilmau Shore to Andrew Stoll—WJ4 of %\i of Eli of SW'4 and .NE><£ of SU ot E'A ot ami section 18 T 2 S B 18 W; $7000. Samuel Strohm to J W Gillette—Lot 9 block 3 and lot 17 book 4, Brooklyn tract; Mb 1 French to E F Henderson and C C Carter—SJi of lot 33 on plat No lof Kos Santiago de Sauta Aua aud San Joaquin; $3000. L A Kellie, Annie Kelley, Cordelia L Frost and John Doe by Geo K. Gard, Sheriff, to X W Poindexter—Undivided iuterest in BJ4 of SEW and &\Z ol NJ4 of section 29 T 4 8, RIO W, li2f)o. George 3 Pattou to W A Vernon—East 40 feet ol lot 5 block 4, Beaudiy Park tract, * 9 C°H Gray to Marlon Maybin Gray—Lot 9 blocko, Garvauzo, $1 I G Zlegler and A W Bunker to Ellen J Magee—Lot 1 Zlegler and Bunkers subdi vision and 10 feet ol lot 4 block 1, Sau Pas cual tract, $6,100. A 8 MoPheison to Harry M Tonner—Lot 36 of subdivision of blook 2 lv lot 8 bleck39, Hancock's survey, $1,000. Walter Mortimore, I X Dunkelberger and Ofleld A Vlekrsy to Julia Hallisey—Lot 32 Eleventh atreet block, $590, Same to Mary A McCarthy—Lot 35 Eleventh street block, 8590. Edward S Field to William H Warren and Kebecea N Warren—Lots 3 and 4 block 5, Mills subdivision of Bablcht tract: $1835. H W Hesd to J B Bushard—Undivided In terest in Ro Santiago de Santa Aaa; $100. Alfred Robinson, trustee, te Mra Mary V Bushard—Part of seotlon 84. T 5 S, R 11 W; 8669 67. Aaron Smith and D M True to 0 A Farm lee —Lot 22 block B, Toppans subdivision ] of part of lot 4 blook 80; fig; $600. L.OB ANGEL.ES DAILY HEBALD, JANUARY 7, 1887. Joieph Greenla to J B Bushard—All Inter est In Ro Santiago de Santa Ana; $6«. Jamea 0 Horgan and John D Bleknell— 8Wy t of section 17, T 3 8, X 11 W; "c H Stewart and S P Ilulfoid to Miss Mary E Foy—Lota 6 7 8 and 9, Stewart and Mulford subdivisiou of lot E blocks, Mon - rovla tract; (800. Henry W O'Melveny to Mary E Oarbutt — Lot 14 block 2, Harvey tract; 1900 Same to May Holmes—l ot 12 block 2, Har vey tract; 1900. W J Shrade to E H Boden—Part of EU of NY, of lot 9 section 25, Axusa de Duarte, Ko; 1250. ATTACHMENTS, LIENS, ETC. Henry Behnsen by County Tix Collector to 8 8 Strohm—Certificate of tax sale to lot 6 Hunter tract. MISCELLANEOUS. John M Warner, Jacob 8 Flory and Thos Rilley—Agreement as to water rights in Lit tle Tejuuga Canon. Los Angeles Savings Bank—Statement of capital stock. Same—Statement of financial condition of bank. Thos W Vestsl—Satisfaction of mortgage, book 16 page 4V2. J M Prlnde to T Shads—Receipt tor fl,Boo as per contract. Edw A Hall, trustee, to Loa Anseles Im provement Co—Assignment of mortgages, book 84 page 24, book 80 page 559. book 80 page 510, book 82 page 60, book 83 psge 19, book 84 page 395. Affidavit of John Q Nichols as to identity of Angelena O Frazer. Caroline M C Thomas and O Roseoe Thomas to L F Miller and W L Carter—Par tiel release of mortgage, book 81 page 621. Hannah V Stewart to D V B Hallam—Sat isfaction of mortgage, bonk 66, page 427. Ellen L Pitman to C White Mortimer- Power of attorney. HOFosdickand Elizabeth A FosJick to I G Zlegler and A W Bunker—Satisfaction of mortgage, book 83 page 488. I R Dunkelberger to Julia Hallisey and Mary A McCarthy—Partial release of mort gage, book 8* page 285. Isaac Wiokersham and Isaac Kluley— Marble claim in Little Tejuuga canon. Map of block T, Mt Pleasant tract; 18-20. Map of Arnold A Mills Co's Olivewood subdivision of lots 1 2 3 and 4 block 8, Olive wood ; 18-21, Map of Pierce Bros subdivision of lots 11 12 13 and 14 block 6, Pioneer Building Lot Assu; U-22. Map of Botolers addition to Santa Ana; 13-23. Map of Gardner At Moyes addltlou to San ta Ana: 18-24. MapofJW Gardlners subdivision of lots 1 234 6 and 6 block B, lltckev, Andrews A Cranes addition to Saut« Aua: 13 25. Map of Hawkins addition to Santa Ana; 1826. MARIiINAL SATISFACTION OF MOBTGACES, JANUARY 3. F Sohweizer to T Rouan; book 60, page 204. Wm M Osborn to Wm Allen; book 62, page 637. M Santonge to 8 C Hubbell; book 87, page 168. A D Trussel to Frances H Hawks; book 52, page 97. W S Bingham to A C Jeffries; book 79,psgc 302. L X Bayburn to C Ingham; book 70, page A F Hlgford to Elijah Moultou; book 82, page 67. , MC Russell to H Woollacott; book 76 psge 7. J Lyons to L A Improvement Co; book 71, page 499. G Welch to F Mohr: book 73, page 176. Mrs M J Edgar et al to H Hall; book 62, psge 471. S D Meote to R Vcrch; book 67, psge 498. JANUARY 4. Janes Dunn to San Pedro Lumber Co; 80-163. 9} Wesley Bunnell to Patrick Brown; 64-376 Mrs Sarah M Morgan to Alex Penny; 68-598. John F Humphreys et al to estate of John Teahan deceased; 82-368. Sterling C Newton to Jennie S Rigbey et al: 83-242. J 8 Morley to A L Lankershim: 64-63. Refugla P de Barker et al to D Mahlstedt; F N Pauly to James B Lankershim: 88-543. Cbas H Burdiek to David Harris; 72-260. Same to same; 79-80. JANUARY 5. J M Armour to A H Tufts; 59-291. Geo W Wilson to D Msdlstedt ; 72-58. Stephen Townsend et al to Sarah E Ja cobus; 63-141. JF Figueroa to Savings Bank of Sof B _ em California; 80-43. Lyman Allen to Delia Curtis; 7• « Wm H McKeag toT 8 Pain- 73.599 Richard M Beach to Webber , 57-618. Lyman Allen to w Btowell; 72-8. Red Star <i on gh Cure cured Mr. David fetter, o'U Francisco of a severe cough and cold. No sufferer from any scrofulous disease, who will fairly try Ayer's Saraaparilla, need despair of a cure. It will purge the blood of all Impurities, thereby destroying the germs from which scrofula is developed, and will Infuse new life and vigor through out the whole physical organisation. SHI 1 OH S COUGH and Consumption Cure is sold by us on a guarantee. It cures Con sumption. C. F. Heinseman, agent, Los An geles. EedStar TRADE \«f • /mark. _ Vee /rum Opiates, Emetics smd Poison. PROMPT.-l-Jt> AT DEUOUI9T3 AND DEAUIHS. THE CHARUS A. TOttsLU CO., BALTIaOBJ, BUX DKNTISTK. 1882—ESTABLISHED—1882, L. W. WELLS, DENTAL BOOMS NO. 28 SOUTH SPRING street, Roeder Block. Teeth extracted without pain. Special attention paid to Ailing teeth. dl » Dig* C. ct Frank Stevens, Thobes set of teeth 18, on Celluloid'or Rubber. Painless extraction of Teeth by Nitrous Oxide Gas or Vitalised Air. Flue Gold Fillings a specialty. All operations at Eastern prices and guaranteed . Rooms 18 and IB Schumacher Block, op posite P O. Open Sundayst rom'J to 12.. 'must* Pioneer Transfer Co., Bagage Delivered to All Parts of the Oity. NO. 3MARKET ST.. TELEPHONE 187. fflcLain & Leinnan, Proprs. Isnlft-tf GAREY'S NURSERIES, (Buooessor to O. W. Chiids' Nurseries.; We are now prepared to take orders (to be delivered after January 1, 1887) for Berger grape cuttings, full length and un mixed. Call at 28 W. First St., or address THOS. A. GAREY, Agent, n6 2m P. O. Box 4(12, Los Angeles, Cal. New and Beantilal Nap. rR NEW MAPS OF SOUTHERN CALl fornla oall on HOWLAND A KOEBEK wIth E. H. GRASETT, dealer in photo- Krahle stock, Rooms 14 and IS, Boeder ook, MI. Spring street. d»-tf , HONEST, SOUND ADVICE TO PERSONS SEEKING HOMES IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA THE UNDERSIGNED CITIZENS OF SAN JACINTO PAY THE EXPENSES OF ANY PERSON OR PERSONS TO The Great San Jacinto Valley, IN SAN DIEGO COUNTY, AND RETURN, IF THE FOLLOWING . STATEMENT IS NOT TRUE Compton, Kerr A Griffin, Real Estate Agents E. B. Knspp, Harness snd Baddies. McCormack A Weber, Wagons, Buggies aud J. F. Shultz, Machinist. Implements. O. A. Munn, Attornoy-at-Law. W. T. Merchant. J. Kyan, Furniture, Carpets, etc (i. H. Phar. Postmaster. Y. D. Harrington, M. D. N. Mitchell, Hotel Keeper. M. G. Stone, Capitalist. Villineer A Fairehild, Heal Estate Agents. H. T. Hewitt, Merchant. F. W. Biefkes, Watchmaker and Joweior. .1. Brlnton, Orohardlst. C. F. Niece, Druggist. - Frsnclsco Estudlllo, Capitalist. J. G. Relnhardt, Hardware aud Stoves. Alex Edvards, Farmer. J. A. Green, Banker. John McLaren, Capitalist. The San Jacinto Valley Is elgh'y-flve miles east of Los Angeles, twelve miles south of Beaumont (formerly Sac Gorgonlo) ou the 8. P R. R., sixteen miles east of Perris, on the C. 8. R. R , aud daily stages to and from these points; climate genial and dry—being fifty miles from the coast Throat lung, asthma aud catarrh troubles are beneflitted, and many chronic cases are , permanently cured. Productive land ranging In price from $16 to $100 per aore, for Iruli agriculture, grazing, etc. Altai fa cut five to seven times a year there. The orange, lem • on, flg, apricot, pesch, grspes and other kluds of fruit grown tn Southern California are produced here. 8000 ACRES Or HEAVY TIMBER FOB H El,, Which Is sold from $1 to 83 a cord. An abundant supply of pine, cedar, sprung, oak, etc • on the adjacent mountains. Two sawmills (capacity 20,000 feet daily); 1 planing fruit box factory; 2 brick yards (2,500,000 burnt and laid up here vn two years), price. r e , thoussnd last season, SC and $7. First-class llmestoae in sn unlimited quantity, EI6HTY.TRO ARTESIAN WELLS, One of which flows 1,000,009 gsllons every twenty-four hours. River w» ter tsbelrnv eon veyed In Iron pipes to a 3000-acre tract of mesa land, suitable for. ruo.', all semi t ropiea! '' UlU ' TWO HOT SPRIN'uiH, The ourstive properties of which are famous, the baths a'.e free to everybody. A RAILROAD COMPANY rfAR BEEN INCORPORATED To buUd s railroad to San Jsclntp, a large , ü bsidy has already been contributed and it is certain the railroad ~e m opcr » t i o n In a ftsw monthi. Arteslsn water Is condu' through the streets. *.n Iron pipes, aud into second sto ries of buildings. A $m,OOO BRICK SCHOOL HOUSE, Graded schools. c aurches, brick blocks This place has made, as we beUerve, the great est growth f puce In Southern California, snd hss msds the m"St improvements 0! any new }„ California In the last three years. Its altitude is 1480 feet above th* >c .*- population lulB'3 was fifty persons, and In 1886 is about twelve hundred. No °'.ser valley in Southern California has so many advantages. Come and see for yoursell snd be convinced ol this tact d 25 tf H. GIESE, 44, 46 and 48 Los Angeles Street, Los Angeles, Cal., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN NEW YORK BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES, LUDLOW SPUING WAGONS. WEBER FARM WAGONS, GARDEN CITY STEEL'PLO\TB,I BIBBELI. CHILLED PLOWS, ECLIPSE, ADJUSTABLE, FRIEDMAN, SCOTCH, ZIGZAG AND LEVER HARROWS. Iron Turbine Wild Mills, Com Shelters, Feed Cutters, Barb Wire, Etc. gTafl can offer yon better goods at lower prices than ever before, and Ikn ow It will pay you to examine my stock before buying. I have just unloaded SIX CAR LOADS OF GOOD 3, and am going to sell them, too. ASaP"I sell no goods that I oan no warrant nl °- dAw BARTLETT'S, , Bottom Prices. sVaP'EVERYTHING AS REPRESENTED. "paTMdale COLONTT CHOICE LAND LOW PRICES, EASY TERMS, NEAR RAILROAD AT THE foot'of the Sierra Madre Mountains, In Los Angeles county. Come and see thai everything Is not yet out of the reach of a poor man. The land Is especially adapted lor the cultivation of the wine and raiiin grapes, APRICOTS, PEARS, PRUNES, CHERRIES, APPLES, ETC. Prices rf Land from $15 to $25 per acre, with water for irrigation. ln^oS_^ JOHN el. JONES. jafi-lm 25 Temple sireet, Lawyers Block, Los Angeles, Cal. P. Q. Box 568. ABEKNBTHY & TAFT'S NEW CLOTHLNG ARRIVED LAST WEEK AND THBY ARE NOW- READY FOR BUSINEfP At 73 North Spring Street, Los Angeles, Cal. A. T. BELL, Manufacturer, Dealer iv and Importer of Saddles, Bridles, Harness, Whips, Furnishing Materials, etc. Particular Attention Paid to He* pairing. No. 44 North Msln Street, nearly opposite Court House. janl-lm DIVIDEND NOTICE. I OS ANGELES SAVINGS BANK—THE Vj Board of Directors of the los Angeles Savings Bank have declared a dividend st the rate of five (6) per cent per annum on term deposits snd three (8) per oent. per an num on ordinary deposits for the hslf yesr ending Decembey 81, 1886, payable pn snd after January 3. 1887. J. V. WABHTEL, December 11,1886. (Ja2-lm) Seoreter VACHE FRERES & Co., Established in 1880. DEPOT FOR THE BROOKSIEE VINEYABD. Wbolessle snd Betsll Dealers In Fine Wines, Liquors, etc. FAMILY TKADE A SPECIALTY. Alao Pare Liquors for Medicinal purposes, Choice White Wine Vinegar always io stock. This vlnegsr most not be con founded with the ordinary srtltle, menu faetured from adds, etc. Corner Commercial aid Alameda Sts., OPPOSITE OLD DEPOT, . dIS-tl REAL ESTATE. H. H. Wilcox, SPECIAL LIST.. No. I<X»— Dwelling of 6 rooms, bsth, elo-eta, porches, all In first c ass, modern style; fine view; near atreet oars; splendid location, on an eleva tion : very desirable; lot 60x125 feet, $6300 No. 1093—6 room house, neatly fin ished; barn, chicken house and cor ral ; water In house: One lawn, trees and flowers; lot 60x160; one block from street car Hue 2500 No. 1094 —Neat oo tage, 4 rooms and pantry; hard finish; lawn; good fence; lot near street car line 1800 No. 603—Flue rauch near city; 107 acres all level land, fine soil: small or chard; bouse 6 rooms; good well, windmill and tank; barn, corral,etc; for a few days only, per acre, $55. This Is s bargain. No. 603—20 acres, % mile from railroad depot at Anaheim; small house; god well; 17 acres cultivated; flne soli 150$ No. 60t—04-acie bee ranrh nesr city; floe lot of bees, with apparatus for extracting honey, etc; house, barn nud work hop; water right 1630 No. 1076—Two acres line land; excel lent location; house of 4 roomi ;large barn, windmill and tank; excellent water; desirable property 3500 No. 1019—Five seres on Boyle Heights, only 860$ One hundred seres very choice foot hill lands, free from frost; desirable for raising winter vegetables: requir ing no irrigation; the finest land In the State: Improvements; will di vide it; 2 miles from city 'limits; on payments; per sere SOO This land Is susceptible of a hlgn state of cultivation: will produce from two to four crops per annum, owing to the variety planted, such ss melons, potatoes, tomatoes, peppers, peas, beans, cabbages, etc.; $100 per sere vet profit Is but a fslr estimate on each crop; this sum was realized per acre the preientseason from this winter vegetable land; winter toma toes will yield much more than $100 per acre net,and melons and potatoes will average tbat amount: we plant tomatoes In August, potatoes In Octo ber, November A January, and then follow with melons, on the same J round, which will bring a return of 100 per acre net, without one drop of w.ter; this soil will remain moist the entire year by proper cultiva tion; ten acres will make a msn wealthy lv a few years if properly cultivated: must be seen snd Inves tlgatod to be appreciated, Part of the above tract has been recently sold to parties who will at once erect residences thereon. Twenty acres on Pico street, at termi nus of the electric railroad; suitable to subdivide into lots; a bargain; per acre ior/". I Fifty-seven acres on Pico street, % ot a mile from terminus of electric r-',, road; an abundance of wate-- m.'lii, able to cut into acre lots; " time only, per acre.... rorasno.t Twenty-three acre' "i' _\,\_ SUU §4»u b r J &«T^^»^ Su be? * " Wbdlvide into city lots; o„" • bargain in Los Angeles; you " ..itto see this; per sore 100$ .hose flue University lots, 65x130 feet, flne [soil, very desirable location, having the new University of Southern California, church, store, postofflce, two Hues of street cars completed aud another line soon to be built: splendid residences, excellent socie ty and the flnest drive In the city, at the very low price of $500 to $600 per lot; terms easy; if you see these lots you will purchase them. Nob Hill lots, none more deslrab le, sell ing rapidly centrally located, rue view, uear cable cars, from $300 to |suo per lot. Nies tract, on Adams street. These beau tiful lots hsve a variety of flne fruit trees, bearing, and are selling at the very low price of from $300 to $700 per lot, on easy terms: come and see them. We hsve a very large list of very desirable property of all varieties, as cheap as sny In Los Angeles. Give us a call before purchas ing. We will gladly show you what we bave for sale, and we will not knowinsly misrepresent to any one. If you have de sirable property for ssle at a fslr price, leave it with us. We are selling more prop erty now than ever before. We are not re tiring nor are we tiring. We keep our offlce open and warm evenings for the accommo dation of worklngmeu and strangers, and to all who will give us a call we say. wel come. H. H. WILCOX, 34 N. Spring st Statement of the Condition of Los AsplßS County Baal January 3, 1887. ASSETS. Cssh en hand.5100,450.41 Cssh In banks.. 96,656.22 Cssh on call ... 30,000.00 Total avallablecash $287,106.0$ Loans 54»,584.§t Furniture aud fixtures.. 500.00 Real estate 1,000.00 $884,991.19 LIABILITIES. Capital stock (paid up in gold coin) $100,000.00 Reserve fund 100,000.001 Profit and loss 25,157.88 Deposits 607,399.21 Collections 1,741.98 Rent and .tax 08*77 $834,991.19 The real estate Is situated In Los Angeles county, California. STATE OF CALIFORNIA, j M County of Los Anoeles. \ John E. Plater, President, snd H. L. Mac neil, Cashier, of Los Angeles County Bank, being severally duly sworn, each for himself says the foregoing statement is true to the best of his knowledge aud belief. JOHN E. PLATER, President U. L. MACNEIL, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this third; day of January, 1887. rSEAL.I A. C. HOLMES, Notary Public. Statement of tlie Paid up Capital of Los Angeles County Bank. JANUARY 3rd, 1887, I Amount of Capital paid up in U S. Gold coin .• 1100,000.00 STATE OF CALIFORNIA, j „ County or Los Anoeles. ) Jno. E. Plater. President, and H. L. Nac neil, Cashier, oi Los Angeles County Bank, being severally duly sworn, each for him self, says the foregoing statement Is true to tbe best of his knowledge and belief. JOHN E FLATER, President H. L. MACNEIL, Caabier. Subscribed aud iworn to before me this third dsy of January, 1887. [seal] A. C.HOLMES. Jy4 Notary Public. T'UE H. H. H. Horse Liniment purs new life into tho Antiquated Horse I For the last 14 years the H. H. H. Horse Liniment has been the leading remedy among Farmers and Htockmon for the cure of Sprains, Bruises, Stiff Joints, 1 Spavins, WladgaHs, Bore Shoulders, etc., and for Family Use is without au equal for Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Aches, Pains, Braises, Cuts and Sprains of all characters. The H. H. H. Liniment has many imita tions, and we caution the Poblio to see that the Trade Mark "H. H. H." is on every Bottlo before purchasing. For sale everywhere for 50 cents and (1.00 per Bottle. 0. H. HANCE, wholesale and retail Drugeist and Manufacturing Pharmacist, Nos. 77 snd 79 North Spring street.* Tele phone No. 65. P. O. Box 2166. To Balers, Confectioners, Hotels, etc, IF YOD WANT ANY BAKER, PASTRY cook or confectioner, sddress tbe BAKERS' UNION, No. 45, Postoftloe box 1059, or call at JACOB REUBCH, 109 South Spring street, Koster's Bakery. 013 ly ROTICi. The LOB ANGELES CITY WATER 00, Will strictly enforce the following rule: The hoars for sprinkling ar* betweent and! o'oloek a. a. aad • and t o'clock i. a. For • Flotation of the above regulation the water wiM be shut off and a flne of two dollar* will be oharaafl before water will ba turned on 7 REAL BtTAW. , Real Estate For Sale W. P. McINTOSH, 122 Norm spriiE street, Temple Biecx ) COUNTRY PROPERTY. •80000 for 500 teres of splendid Tine land, near Downer, on very favorableterms. •0000 for 60 aeree near Ban GebrliTS. pot; excellont soil for vines and fruit*. i a 7 000 for 10 aores Just soutb ot city lias- Its, on a good strset; line two-story honse. good well and windmill: barn snd ehlofces! houses ground In frnit snd alfalfa. > Many other tracts too numerous to men tion. OITY PROPERTY. ftQAiiri FOR ELEGANT HOUSE AND* - fOVUU lot on Olire street, between Tenth snd Eleventh streets: the honse new; contains ll rooms, with sll the modem Im provements. 18000 for a bouse of six rooms and a fall* , lot, close In toward the businees center. 12340 for house of Aye rooms on Virgin street; very essy terms. $1850 for house of four rooms on Montreal i street. $2250 for house and lot on Me teal f street, a short distance from Temple oable Hns:st_ rooms, bard finished, new snd remsrkablv cheep. $8150 for two lots, ons a corner lot on Bello vue svenue, only Are minutes' walk from the new postofflce. •6000 for s corner and adjoining lot gay Hill street. MOOO for lot snd two-story bouse of t rooms on Hope street. •SOOO for elegant lot on best side of Twelfth street: house, stable and most kssn tlfnl garden of Ilowers In the city. an 000 for elegant house and grounds oa Main street •$)3oO for honse of five rooms oa Vlisda street; vory easy terms. • 18SO for house of four rooms on Mon treal street. • I 800 for house and lot on Pearl street, nesr Temple. • ISaO for house snd lot on corner of Be llevue svenue sod Waters street ■feOO for house snd flne lot on west sldo of Temple street; only eight minutes walk from Spring street. Several elegant residences on tbe hill aad south of the city. • 10.000 for Aye lots and a new house, near Temple streetcar line, on the bin, only a few minutes' walk from the business can ter. •31 SO for new house and lot, near Vennuo street car line. VACANT LOTS. •S5O each for lots o_ Waters street, oom mandingas line View of the ocean aa tha Angeleno Heights. «100 each for two lots nesr Seventh street ;eajrterr.i. till.(MM; for 100 feet on Orand arenas, ". annuvg through to snd fronting 100 feet oa I Hope street This is very desirable prop erty and a reasonable price; easy terms. 818,T6010r 300 feet including corner, on west side of Hope street Dout fail to. examine this property snd call for partic ulars. A rare bargain. Lou in all parts of the oity at reasonable prices. I desire to call particular attention to the flne building lots that I have for sale oa tho bill on tne Installment plan. Parties desiring fine residence property will do well to examine ths lots that I havo this day placed on tbe market in the Re • IS TRACT, only one narrow block from Msln sireet car line, oovered with or ange trees In full bearing; food soil, good streets snd surrounded by flne residences. This property is In the osntar of tne city snd has an electric railroad on one side aad] horse can on the other. WILL EXC HANOI Several fine pieces of property in different parts of the State for city property. Houses rented, rents collected and all business connected with real estate prompt ly attended to. I will ssy to my Eastern friends, and all others who contemplate settling here or making Investments In properta, that I have a large Hue of improved eird unim proved property on mv books for ssle or ex change. It will oertalnl- be to your inter est to call and examine my list before pur chasing, as I take great pleasure In giving; informatlon and showing property to la tending purchasers. Parties having large or small sums Of money to loan on first mortgage will do wall to give me a call. Out of the many lean* recommended and made by me, I challenge sny mortgagee to say that a suit hss been commenced or one single Installment of in terest delinquent this date and unpaid. Money to Loan W. P. MCINTOSH. oete tf 122 N. Spring 111 I Set Semi-Tropical Fruit Lands. FOR SAI E BY EDWIN K. ALBIP A CO., . KKAI. ESTATE AGENTS, ACKAMENTO, CAU, On terms never before offered In this Bute. No cash payments required at time of pnr cnase. Purchaser required to possession, build his house snd set out his trees. FIVE YEARS TIME GIVEN To pay for tbe land, in Annual payments at A per cent Interest. Purchase- paying . t.:.\es upon land. The Citrus Colony f Si'uate 8 miles from Sacramento and 3 miles from Brighton orßoutters. the two latter be iug on line of railroad. We have surveyed and platted it Into IO AND 20 ACRE LOTS, Aud Offered on Terms mentioned. THE SOIL Is of a red loam formation, pronounced by Prof. Hilgard of the State University, who analyzed the soil upon land adjoining thia. to be superior for the Fruit and Vine. SEMI - TROPICAL FRUITS, Consisting of the Orange, Olive, Lemon, etc., doing especially well upon tbe •oil, while for deciduous fruits it cannot bo surpassed. For health, this loeatlon cannot be sur passed, statistics Bhowlu< it to be ss healthy as auy in the State, lying s sufficient dis tance inland to get the cool ocean breese la the summer aud escape the fogs that aro prevalent in the coast counties. It Is a Home in a Perfect Climate. Railroad Facilities, Four Passenger Tra ins pass each way dally, within three miles of the land. MAILING FACILITIES, Daily Mall (Sunday excepted) passes too Colony, snd s Postofflce. Store aad Blacksmith Shop adjoining the tract JT«jr~Scud for onr Catalogue of Lands, it contains tbe largest list of lands of any Is sued In Cen'ral Callfornls. 31d»clm ENGLISH Nervous Debility, Seminal Weak nose, I'.xhanasOST Vitality, Loot mannoacl, and all tbe terrible effects ot self-abuse and exoesses in maturer years, such ss nocturnal emissions, loss of mem ory, dimness of vision, aversion to society, the vital fluid passing unobserved in tho urine, and other symptoms that lead to in sanity and death. Vouaar and middle* ngrd glen suffering from the above, should consult us st once. Care User, anient In all Cases. Consaltst tlon free. Chemical analysis, including thorough microscopic examination of tho urine, $6. An honest opinion given in all eases. We furnish The Ureal Euartlaß Kenedy, sir Aetley Cooper's Vi tal Restaratlvo at at a bottle or four times the quantityslo. SAMPLE BOTTLE FREE to sny one ststing symptoms, sex snd age. Address KNULISH MEDICAL DA. PENMARY, No. it Kearny Street. San f rancleoo, Cal. qV" COOKE & WISEMAN, BOOK BINDERS. BLANK BOOKS A rJPBCXALXT 75 N. Spring st. Lot Angels*, sac* lat