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Part of the Celebrated Santa Anita Ranch, Now on Sale. 2000 ACRES, IN FIVE TO TWENTY-ACRE LOTS At $400 to $600 Per Acre, With Water. MR. E. J. BALDWIN has, at great expense, conducted an abundance of pure mountain water in pipes to the above tract, on which Monrovia is located, and under the same water supply, viz: the Santa Anita Water Company's system. Broad Avenues are Already Open and Graded ! Many of them lined With Eucalyptus and Pepper Trees. The rapid improvement of that por tion now sold is an evidence of the estimation in which it is held. No expense will be spared to make the locality attractive and satisfactory to settlers, it being the intention of Mr. Bald win to run A Motor Railroad Along the entire length of Santa Anita Avenue. Schoolhouse, Church and Public Park Grounds will be set aside and improved. The con tract witb the San Gabriel Valley Railroad Company calls for the erection of substantial depot buildings. An Air Mne Kailroad Will Soon be Completed To Los Angeles and trains run so that the tract will be only 30 minutes' ride from Los Angeles, tlie time via San Gabriel Valley Railroad being, at present, abont 50 minutes. the tract before buying elsewhere. The Land and Locality speak for themselves. No Erost, No Fogs, No Dry Winds. Climate Perfect. Terms reasonable. For further information, apply to PL A. Unruh, No. 57 North Spring Street, Los Angeles, California- Startling but True. Wills Point, Texas, December 1,1555. After suffering for more than three years with disease of the throat and lunts, I got SO low lilt spring I WAS entirely uuattie to do anything, aud my cough was so bad I scarcolvtlept any at uight. My Druggist, Mr. H. F. Goodnight, sent me a trial buttle of DR BuSANKO'S COUGH AND LUNG BYRUP. I found relief, aud afier using six tl.nO bottles. I was entirely cured. J. M. WELDEN. Sample bottle 5 ceuts at C. X Heiuzeman's. The Original Abiti Je Ointment is put up in two ouuee tin boxes, and is an absolute cure for old tores, ulcers, burns, wounds, salt rheum, fe ver tore.-, chapped bauds aud all skin erup tions. Will positively cure all kinds of piles. Ask for the Original Abietlne Oint ment, in two ouce boxes. Price, 25 cents. For sale by Preuss & Hance, Druggists, 77 and 79 N. Spring street. A New Lumber Yard Has been established by tho Schallort-Ga nahl Lumber Company on Washington street, nearly opposite the Washington Gar den, where they will keep a full line of all kinds of lumber and building material. Cure for Sick Headache. For proof that Dr. Gunn's Improved Liver Pills cures Sick Headache, ask tour drug gist for a free trial package. Oaly one for a dose. Regular size boxes 25 ceuts. Sold by G. F. Heiuzeman. DR„ FLINT S HEART REMEDY TalnitinTime. £^raS£ whose coun*eua'ico is i'.nxiui:s ami vholjEulj* jeet to epeja ol faintj.ew, U lUh'o to sudden death from licirt dWivo. Let him trio Dr. Fust's HeartUtmbot ln-fo-o it ij too lilo. Apoplexy. Apoplexy, which is d. '.c?.t upon diseases ol tho Heart, if i '.ipn whon Drst any unusual Mnsatlonswrro tolu Blessing of Sleep, i» £ti25S CT woman who finds hhivrh" or herself unable to sleep night 9, is an invaluaUo nn.cidno,Whi<* will not only procuro thoLL jol sleep, but will prevent a general breaking down ot the system. At Drurrsista, Descriptive trestlao witb esch bottle; or sddrsss <[m hamburgligs. Thoro is no remedy which S&~lv~//Sf can rival Ilamlmrpr Flg» lor (Lmmmwwm\wLiM/ * ne cure °' haltituai constl- pation, indigestion and sick headache. Their action is aa prompt aud em dent as their taste is plcasunt 28 cents. At all druggists, oraddross./. .T. STACK 0 Oft 9 ami 11 Front St., Kan Francisco. Special police. The following children havo been re ceived into the Los Angelea Orphans' Asy lum, corner Macy and Alameda streets, since the last publication: Halt OrphHiis-Ogrlpina Martinez, Lucln da Sanchez. Irolinda Morillo, Emma W«. terman, Grlselda Dclsid, (iertrude Didsld. Jan9lot 81S1KK JOSEI'HINK. ». T. DRY ANT. H. A. 11KANSCOH. JJRYANT & BRANBCOM, KED STAB LINK THASSI KB CO. 230 North Mrln Ftre-t, Baker Work, Baooaoe and freight Handled With Care Special attention given to the removal oi Pianos and Organs. Telephone, Ko. 401. L. M. JEWKTT, Superintendent. H. P. WARM, Real Estate, near Raymond Hotel. P. 0. Address, South Pasadena, Cal. DR. BENNETT'S (JfCOESS IN CURING DISEASES, WE miiflt in truth, say, lias been most re markable. His kind and honest dealings with his patients is especially to be com mended. We take pleasure in recommend ing him asa genleman and physician. DR. BENNETT has beeu investigating the na ture of diseases, both general aud private, for over thirty years, and adopting the best methods of cure. Aud to-day he has n equal west of Chicago. So, ladies aud gentlemen, give him an early call, aud you will not be disappointed. fl, R. HEAL. Office—3UJ4 S. Spring eit., Los ADgelcs, Cal. jyB-tf. SIEGEL, THK H H A TTTITTTTTT REEK RRRR H H AA T T X It R HHAA T T X II R H HAA T T J! it R HHHH A A T T RRRK H H AAAA T TKRR HHAAT TB KR H H A A T T I It R... II HA AT T KRF.B It R... REMOVED TO Spring Street, NEAR TEMPLE. LOS AXGELES DAILY HERALD. JANUARY 16. 1887. Statement of the Condition of Los Angeles County Bank January 3, 1887. ASSETS. Cash on hand. .1160,450.41 Cash In banks.. 86,656.3*2 , Cash on call . 30,000.00 Total availablecash $287,l r «.r,3 Loans 516.i54.6r, Furniture aud fixtures.. 500.00 Real estate 1,000.00 »834,991.19 LIABILITIES. Capital stock (paid up in gold coin) 1100,000.00 Reserve fund 100,000.001 Profit and loss 25,157.38 Deposits 607,399.21 Collections 1,741.83 Kent and tax 692 77 t831.991.1t) The real estate is situated in Los Augeles couuty, Caiiloruia. STATE OF CALIFORNIA, j sa County or Lob Angeles.) John E. Plater, President, and H. L. Mac neil, Cashier, of Los Angeles Couuty Bauk. being severally duly sworn, each for himself says the foregoing statement is true to the best of his knowledge and belief. JOHN E. PLATER, President. 11. L. MACNEIL, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this thirdi day of January, 1887. [SEAL. | A. 0, HOLMES, Notary Public. Statement of the Paid up Capital of Los Angeles County Hank. JANUARY 3rd, 1887, Amount of Capital paid up in U S. Gold coin t100.C00.00 STATE OF CALIFORNIA, ( County of Los Angeles, j Jno. E. Plator, President, and H. L. Nac netl, Cashier, of Los Augclcß Couuty Bauk, beiug severally duly Bworn, each for him self, says the foregoing statement is true to the best of his knowledge and belief. JOSNE PLATER, President. H. L. MACNEIL, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before mc this third day o( Jauuary, 1887. [seal] A. 0. HOLMES, Jy4 Notary Public. MERCHANT T/til.oils. M. & P. SHORT Have Just received their FALL AND WINTER GOODS In all the latest styles, including Cassimers, Hairlines, Corkscrews, Tweeds, Fks, etc., etc WE GUARANTEE FIRST CLASS CUTTING AND WORKMANSHIP, And make the VERY FINEST TAILORING In the city at a genuine reduction of fully tw<>nty-flve percent, 'rom he charges of HIGH-RENTED UP TOWN STORES. NOBBY SUITS, TO ORDER, d»t)A TTX> from «pzu Hi PERFECT FITTING PANTS, fIJK 'TTD TO ORDER FROM For proof that we will sell jheaper than any other liouse in the city call aud exam ine our pi ices. A perfect fit and good workmanship guaranteed. M. & P. SHORT, SAN FRANCISCO TAILOKS, 131 SOUTH SPRING ST., Bet. Second and Third, one door from Turnverein Hall. au7t FELIPE : LUGO : TRACT. 1500 Acres! Tlie Best Land in the Connty. NOW ON SALE In 10 or 20-acre Lots at $75 to $100 Per Acre, The Rancho Potrero De Felipe Lugo, The property of E. J. BALDWIN and RICHARD GARVEY. • Messrs. E.J. Baldwin and Richard Garvey have put the Felipe Lugo Rancho on the market in subdivisions of io and 20 acres each. This is one of the celebrated ranchos of Los Angeles county. It lies along the west bank of the San Gabriel River, and the Southern Pacific Railway runs along its northern edge. The land is well known to all as THE RICHEST IN THE WORLD! It is what is known as Damp Land, and will produce a crop in our years of least rainfall. The soil is most admirably suited for the growing of Corn, Potatoes, Cabbages and other vegetables. It It is also very well adapted to deciduous fruit and vine culture of all sorts. Pears, Apples, Peaches, All the berries and small fruits flourish here with unusual luxuriance. Nuts and Figs grow in such so Ito perfection. English Walnuts are among the most profitable crops in this country. Good WATER is obtainable at not a too great depth from the surface. At the price asked, and the soil considered, this is the best investment offered in this county to-day. LESTER F. SCOTT, Agent, No. 263 North Main Street, Los Angeles, California. Jal7—BimAThtl-tf SPECIAL BARGAINS. SEVERAL FINE LOTS IN THE MYERS ° tract, on street cars, fom 83. r iO to $100 per lot. Two lots In Penny tract, $200 apiece. Lots iv the Goodwiu tractou iustallments; well located; only tiij per lot. Several fine sections of land on railroad at i? 7 por acre; easy terms. Seventy-seven acres of oil lands in New hall district; five elevation; living water on same. Lands in Palmdale Colony, from Sl5 to $20 per acre, John J. Jones, No. 85 TEMPLE STREET, LOS ANGELES. )alB-lm Notice to Landlords and Tenants. FREE INFORMATION REGARDING ROOMS AND DWELLINGS, Iv order to accommodate the innumer able strangers making daily inquiries, if persons having rooms or dwellings to rent will send us particulars we will post lt on a bulletin board at our frout door, hike or i ii Alton to all, until April Ist. HUMPHREYS & RIGGIN, J5-W 20 South Spriug street. COOKE & WISEMAN, BOOK BINDERS. BLANK BOOKS A SPECIALTY 7fi N. Spring St., Lo° Angeles. oc'.l lm FOE SALE! 14 1 ACRES OF LAND HIGHLY lit A *2 proved,with oranges, lemons,grapes aud all deciduous fruits; also good house and barn. This property is located iv a good neighborhood, is within a quarter of a mile of street car line and a half hour's drive from Court House. Will be sold at a bargain, either as a whole or in part. For further particulars inquire at No. 44 North Main sireet. jan6 lm J. 11. BREWER A Co. REMOVED. D. MUNRO, Insurance Agent, HAB HXMOVJED HIS OrllCl TO NO. 6 COURT STREET. dlB-lm HARD WARE! • C. DUCOiniTIUN. JUST RECEIVED FROM THE MAN IT facturers a large invoice of FRUIT CLIPPERS. Especially adapted to ORANGE PICKING. Also, a full line of superior Pruning Shears, Knives aud Sawß. Always ou hand, the most onmpleto stock of Mechauics'Tools of ever- descriptions, Shelf Hardware, Cutlery, Wlncmakers' Materials, Hydrometers, Fau cy Goods, etc. 201 NORTH MAIN STREET, _n24 8m Los Augeles. i ne Eastern otlice of this Journal Is with Messrs. PALMER it REV, 4a Tribune Building, New YorK, and all orders for Eastern advertisements must oome through them. j Dr. White, 38 m. main, Itooms 22 and 23. OFFICE HOUKB 9 A. M. TO 8 P. M. SUNDAYS 9 A. It TO 12 M. him. tsi.%. or MIEN. Nervous debility, failing memory, impoverished blood self-distrust, impediments to marriage, etc., successfully treated. Skin diseases per manently obliterated. All bad blood affections elfectu ally cured. )>4 , lm LOTS ON INSTALLMENT PLAN—IN THE Goodwin tract, at |S2B per lot; *50 casli, balance in montbly payments of 120 per mouth, without iuterest. Kvery lot is covered with (in,- bearing orange aud lemon trees; only one mile from postoflice, aud near where the A. T. & 8. F. K. K. depot and shops are to be located. Don't miss the op portunity of getting a lot near business ecu tcr of tlie city at low prices aud easy terms- Call ou J. W. Anderson, at otlice of M. L Wicks, Johu J. Jones, No. H Temple street, Lawyers' Block, or Bummers & Love, No. VMH. Main st. dl 9 Im. FiTiTrollins & Co., Wo. 25 Temple Street., Dealers in Real Estate. LAKGE LIST OF CITY AND COUNTRY REAL ESTATE FOR BALE. janfitf Chicago Restaurant, 126 S. SPRING STREET, HAB JUST OPENED, ANI) KEEPS THE very best the market affords. Fine steaks, oysters, etc. PRIVATE ROOMS FOR LADIES. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. d 22 lm NOTICE. THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE stockholders of the Southern California Insurance Co for the election of Directors, and for the transaction of such other busi ness* as may properly come before the meeting, will be held at the company's office, No. 241 North Main street, in the city of Los Augeles, ou a elnesday January 19th, 1887, at 2 o'clock P. M. D. E. MILES, Secretary. STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF THK FARMERS' & MERCHANTS' BANK OF LOS ANGELES, AT THK CLOSE OF DSSINESS, December 31, 1S8« ASSETS. Cash on hand 1706,427 40 Cash with banks in San Francisco. New York, London, Paris and Chicago 820,254 .10 Cash on call 130.800 00 Total Cash available.. $1,716,081 70 United States 4 per cent aud other Governm't Bouds 409.787 83 Stocks and warrants.. 02,(36 42 Loans and discounts.. 1,618,286 61 Vaults, safe and office furniture 6,000 00 Heal estate H. 037 H $',903,127 81 LIABILITIES, Capital (paid up.) $200,000 00 Surplus. 450,000 00 Uudivided profits 80,304 7ft Due Depositors 3,170,277 56' Divide'dsldeclarud and uncalled for) 2,545 06 $3,903,127 31 Loa Angeles, Cal., January 1,1887. Statk or California, j _„ County of Los Anoklkj.) bs ' L. C. Goodwin. Vice-President, and John Milner, Secretary, of the Farmers' & Mer chauts' Bauk of Los Angeles, each for him self swears that the foregoing statement is true tothe best of his knowledge and belief. (Signed) L. C. GOODWIN, Vice-President, (Signed) JOHN MILNEK, Secretary. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 11thday of January, 1887. ROBERT II CHAPMAN, jal4-lm Notary Publ _ The Commercial Restaurant, V. DOL, PROPRIETOR, DOWNEY BLOCK, - MAIN STREET. Receives sltve snd servos up every day tne oholoost FISH, including SOLE, TURBO? so,: SEA TROUT. SPRING CHICKENS, just In from the ranches, ookod lv every stylo This restaurant la Los Angelss's Delmonleo mvltf JN. GREGORY, SOLE AGT., CORNER . First and Main streets. The trade sup plied. jal 6m DIVIDEND NOTICE. THE BOARD OP DIRECTORB OF THE Farmers & Merchants' Bank Of Los Angeles have declared a dividend (No. 64) at the rate of twenly per cent, per annum, for the six months past, on the cap ital stock of the corporation, payab.oon and after the 10th instant. JOHN MII.NUR, Secretary. _Los Angeles, Cal., Jan. 5,1687. jsO-lOd Wst. Roddy. John Bcrnb. Edwin Smith. Ptiiilily, Burns & Smith, Real Estate and Commission Brokers, T OANS NEGOTI4TED. Houses Rented. JLi Rent? collected, etc. NO. ■ FRANK LIN STREET, Los Angeles. Cal. o2ltf C1S1IEB&C0, Real Estate Agents m Ancttoieen, 14 North Spring Street. WE HAVE FOR SALE: »IGO-Lot 42x116; high grounds; Ela Perk tract. »385— Lot 50x125; near Adams street. In orchard. *<;<;<)-Lot 70x137, on Adams street; with trees. »7Oo—Lot OOxl.iO; choice Ela Park trsct. «*BoO—Lot 60x127, in Falrmount traot. »Sot)— Fine lot iv Park Villa tract. •900—Lot 40x160, earner Tenth aud Sun bury. m)Oo— Lot 50x150, in Bonnie Brae; good lo cation. ■IOOO— Lot 50x150, on Adams street, nesr Grand avenue, • tIOO-Lot 50x138, on Ellis avenue, nesr Bousallo aveuue. • MOO—Large corner lot on Texas aveuue aud Court street •30O0—Lot 100x150 on Carroll avenue. An gelefio Heights, near Waters St. W3loO—Nice house and half an acre on corner of Montgomery street. See ads iv Express and Tribune. C. A. BUM.NER A CO., OCI7 14 North Bpring Street,, FOR BALIC BY Moore, Snyfler & Naramore, 108 W. First St., Nadeau Block. $1000— House aud lot on Hays street terms easy. #sUoo—Fiue two-story house, aud lot. on Main street. $3750—House of 5 large rooms, closets, hath, pantry, etc : hot and cold water; barn ou Temple, corner of Urent; has never beeu occupied; also, largo basoment; for Hit only a few days. 12 lots on Secoud street cable road for $1000 tach. $1200-Lot on Temperance avenue. $700 —Lot ou Angcleflo Heights. TOxUOon Fort street, uear Secoud, for Lot on Bunker Hill aveuue for $1150. House of 8 rooms, bath and pantry, on Maiu street. $5000; easy terms. Houses with five aud six rooms, ties center of city, for $1-00 to $2310. *lo oou house on Fort ''reet, 10 rooms, etc., Ne " d ' « T *«-™< ou Bunker Hiil avenue, 5 rooms. Houee and lot, 60x165, on corner Hope and Fourth streets, *6ftoo *^ A boautlfulcorner lot, fronting 3 streets, tothe Longstreet place, on Figueroa, for $190u' B,n '* nn ' lett ««» from 11180 to toM?TOtowV*™° t ' De " ° 9n,er °' ett ' sl4oo 8 Vlctor Heights Tract from $650 to 16k acres near New Main, flue for subdi vision, for $17,000. « Office, log W. First Street, Wa nean Block. <_1 its. A. Mltll s, FLORIST. At her residence ISO North Charity street uear Temple, is prepared to furnish ftoiai supplies, fill designs and bouquets for wed dings, funerals, etc., at lowest prices Or ders promptly attended to, P. o Bi'x7l4 Telephone 151, j , n u lm To Contractors. Sealed proposals for the grading of tha avenues on the "Oak Knoll Tract," nesr Raymond Hotel, i'asadeua, will be received uotUl Jauuary'2oth at noon, at the office of Flanagan A Qnlmon, rooms 14 and 15, Phil lips Block, where tpeclficstious and pro flies may be seen. Jl4td 3