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D C Hi ' lev to W B Hunt—Release of mort
gage, book 50, page 513.
B Marshall VV tkj s to Walter L Wotkyna
—Power of attorney.
O R Dougherty to B Marshall WotkyDs
and Clarence 8 Martin—Partial release of
in- rtganc, book 80, page 423.
M ip of Norton tract part of lot 14, Hunter
Highland View tract; 14 73.
MARGINAL SATISFACTIONS OF MORTGAGES RE
PORTED BY RECORDER, MARCH 3.
M L Burtnett to Elizabeth Steams, book
86, page 16.
C W Atwood to P Warner, book 77, page
lit.
T H Dodson to Ella F Glllmore, book 64,
page 227.
Alvern A Rolfef> Johu F'Brosßbart, book
72. page 581.
G you Planitz to C F Gilllr.gham, book 94,
page 229.
A M Smith to J M Davlcs, book 77, page
C3O.
Gussle Shrler to HB Hutchison, book 70,
page 536.
J Brymer et al to J Swigart, book 68, page
839.
John F Brauch to Louis Spcyer et al, book
49, page 142.
R A Ling to Walter Llndlcy, book 75, page
H G Horton to R M Baker—Satisfaction of
chattel mortgage, book 5, page 87.
SUMMARY.
No of transfers in above list ... 98
No transfers under $1000 each 46
Transfers lor nominal consideration 14
DAILY REAL ESTATE RECORD.
Published by the Abstract and
Title lusurance Company.
Friday, Mavch 4,188".
CONVEYANCES.
JasMcLain ard Jess- McLeanto Idonla
WlrteW to B Wal^eo P Goodrieh-Lut 21
bl G°eo A S tti&TSi V B W Tock-r.l, W W
Stock* ell and G W Stockwell-Part of block
2 V : L L \VickaSo G A Wood-Lot 86. Wood-
H«ylock-Lot In
block 8 Wright's addn, Compton; K17..0
OJ White and Alice B White to I O Zle.
ler—Lots 20, 21 and north half of lot 22 block
N P iinter & Ball's addn, Pasadena; 175U0.
'KasperCohn lo Edw Duuu—Lot 10 block
55, Huber tract: *7000.
Alfred J Collins and Edwin M Cilllns to
M L Wicks—Lot on ea-t line of Pearl street
uo'th of College strcot; $1100.
Pomona Land and Water Co to Geo S
Allen—Lot 12, Northeast Pomona tract,
' a iieo 8 Allen and Annette M Allen to S Mc-
Willlams, R II Prewltt aud .1 II Ware—Lot
12, Northeast Pomona tract; 89000.
Wm M Burnett to .1 E McComas— of
frac SE'4 of block 286, Pomona tract; 81000
William A Terry to Howard L Cooper-
Lots U aud 12 block 1, D W Shelhtiner'a
subdn, Pa-sdena; 8120 U.
Daniel W Shelhamerto William A Terry-
Lots 11 and 12 block 1, D W Shelhamcr's
subdn, Pasadena; 81000.
Thorns Meredith to Frank Walker—North
20 feet of lot 10, aud south 20 feet of lot 9
block B, Fort Hill tract; $2000.
Slmpsom M Beecher aud Anna J Beecher
to Daniel J Harris—Lot 35 block n, William
sou tract; $2100
Thom'aa Meredith to S M Metcalf-Part of
lot 1 block B, Fort Hllltraot; 81000.
William Gray to Charles W Clement—Lot
9 Mulllns subdn, Pasadena; 83000.
merman P*M to Mrs Aug dine M
Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. 7, 8, 9, and 10 block B, Sher
man tract; $5000.
Sterling C Newton to Philetcn Peck—
S.iuth half of lot 9 block O, San Paschal
tract: i-2500.
R II Norton to W A Norton-East half of
93 acre tract being fractioual part of BEV4 of
Sec 21, Tp 1 8, R 12 W, and right of way over
west half of said tract; $1800.
N E Davissou to G S Foster—Lots 0 and 7
N E DavisßOUs subdn of block T, Mount
Pleasant tract; $5000.
John Grant to H W Mills and M L Wicks-
Lots 2 ', 82, und west half of N IS.iO acres of
lot 3 W, part of Lick tract; 82300.
Susan A Dofries to B H Clark—Lots 19 and
20 Defries tract; *1600.
Arthur S Potter aad Ella B Potter to E F
Henderson—lo acres iv Ro Siuliago de
Santa Ana; $2580.
E W Root to LB Sherwood—Lota 13, 14,
aud 15 block P. Monrovia; $2000
Howard W Mills aud M L Wicks to .1 M
Frew—Lois 25 and 32 west subdn of Lick
tract; J.40C0.
E F' Speuce and Johu D Bicknell to C L
Pitrlck—Lot C block 7, Monrovia tract;
$290).
M L Wicks aud Thomas Wilson Shaw to R
I) R Brown—Lot 31 Woo'Jworth tract; $32.50
John White to Laura A HRizlip—South
west 40 feet of lot 7 nnd northeast 10 feet of
lot 8 block 8, New Depot tract; $1250.
FJ Hell to Asa Adams—NJ* of of
NWW, Sec 31, To 1 S, R 12 W: $5000.
Howard W Mills aud M L Wicks to
Amanda L Bangs—Lots 45, 46 and 47, Mills
A Wicss'extension of Second street: $1305.
James Fulton aud Retta Bloomer to Thos
J Smart aud Giisi M Adams—acres lv
Harrington tract, Azusa; $6500
Howard W Mills aud M L Wicks to Clara
Anule Hutchius—Lots 42, 43 and 44, Mills A
Wicks' extension oi Second street; $1495.
T ( Bluart aud GUI M Adams to L D
Woodwortb—2o acre, In Harrington tract,
Azusa; 18800.
James Hammel to Edward Records—BW|
ofSW!4 of NWWL See 81, Tp 1 8, RI2W;
56756.
A II Judson to Mary Hogan—Lots 41, 42,
43, 44, 45, 50 aud 81, Judson tract; *12,000.
Howard W Mills nud M L Wicks to J B
Bird—E ist half of lot 7 aud lot SC., westsubdii
of Lick traci; $2100
J B Bird aud M U Bird to Edward Winte
red—Lots 7 aud 36, west subduof Lick tract;
S3OCO.
E Wintered, Sr. to E Willlgrod, Jr—Lot 86
and east naif of lot 7, west subdn of Lick
tract; 81500.
Mvra L McCarthy to Charles McCarthy-
Block B, City Boundary tract; 86000.
D Jonathan Kraemer and Sam'l Kraemcr
to Wm Haddox—Lots 1 on 1 2 block A, Krae
mer tract. Ro Sau Juau y Caj >v de Sauta
Ana: 51932.50.
C Macciy, Q C Hagar, It M Widney nud II
L Macneil, trustees, to Peter Cazeuave and
Clement Vluceut — Agreement to convey
northwest. 20.125 acres of block 229, Mutiny
Ro; 84 26 26.
Peter Cazeuave and Clemen*. Vincent to
Eliso Deste—Assignment of agreement to
courev northwest 20.125 acres of block 229,
Macluy Ko; 8450 J.
Mary E McGee to W O Swan, J W Wood,
James Clarke, II W Magee aud F B Wether
by-Lots 10,11. 12, 13. 14 1, 2, 20, 31, 7. 30, 8,4,
5, 6, 29 and 8, Gleudale tract; $12,000.
Mary E McGee to II W McGee and J L
Wood—Lots 22 and 24, Gleudale tract: 88600.
Joseph DGage, M A tinge aud J C Frank
lin—Agreement as to party wall on dividing
ilne o, their land In block 11, Aua.
Wm F 1 Bosbysheil to John Koster-North
half of lot 4, Sec 31, Ro Azusa de Duarte;
11400,
1) M Harwood and Frances ft Hnrwood to
A E Pomerov— West half of lot 16, block E.
and east 5,215 acres of lot 15 block E, A B
Chnpmau tract, Ro Santiago de Sauta Aua;
SSOOU.
ATTACHMENTS, LIENS, ETC.
Henry Dolblae Harrison vs Peter Ulrlchs.
James Taylor, Riley Beiuchacip, Samuel
Hall, James Siders, Willi im Anderson,
Guss Jones, Joe Neece, Marsh llortou, Peter
Teel, Rosj McDowell, Marion Groomes,
John Peterson, II W Clark, Spencer, Frank
lin, G .* Powers, Johu Hansard, J W W-ilk
er. TJ Williams, Aaron Vandirkarr, Mor
dacai Ward, Henry Head, Joseph Greenia.
Johu B Buihard, John Garner jr.' George W
Bsrr, Charles McDowal, Johu C McDowell,
D W Wells, A F Browu, C D Adams, David
Brush, J .au Baxtor, F P Rowland, Rupert
Best, Jack Bedford, I C Blodgc.t.J M Chap
man, G W Cox, W R Caundle, H C Cliuton,
Mrs J W F.irrar, Mary Eugllsli, Johu GUI,
Hannah Hambright. Johu llodness, Hattie
M Hiudes, A E Junes. Charles F John
son. It li Luther. Nathan Palmer. ChrlltllU
Boinpke, Kit Taylor, Eli Adams, II C Lud
wig, J J Hinds, J.diu Tedrow, Margaret Bar
ker, D X Shrode, Harris Mills, C U Hitch
cock, Charles Morrill, Amos Hardin, Deuuis
MeOarvin. lienrv B McMaunus, Mary Pack
wood, G M Hollidav, James C Palmer, Sam
uel RatclilT. T M Roberts, WilHam Rubjt
torn, A B Wilson, Piuk Sowlo. B M Salter, I
M Woudhouse. John Wheatuu, Keubeu
Neil. Matthew Ginifcr, J B Rallies, William
Sp irks. George Davis. Spencer Butler, F J
Ell, S 8 Oders, Uriah Martin, Joe Damrnn,
Cdarles Wh.ie, Swnzy Freeman. James
Huntington, Oharlei Huntington, William
Sowle, Ike Marliu, Charles McMaunus,
Jame ' Harris, W H Jaspar, Ephraim Pre
thro, Johu Ware. Silas Pitman, Pol y Helms,
John Garner, Sr, Howard Thompson, Jacob
Ross, George Garner, R M Dungiu, A E
Raines, Jim Jones, William Clark, Maiiou
Graham, Frank Eil, Frauk Oraham
Henry Dill, Emily B Farrar, John Huuting
tou, James Huntington, J H Hickman. F J
Nil, John Nil, Fred Nil, II F Niinmo, S 7. T
Katcl'.ff, James Simmo"s, J W Shttrnrd, W H
Sowle, Fred (Jrpum, W H Whitehead, Johu
/eigler, Mink Johu, Jim Doctor Jones, John
Doe Baxter, Richard Roe Baxte-, Johu Doe
Swazy, John Doe Freeman, Richard Hoe
Freemau, John Doe Mathem , Johu Doc Pel
terson. John Doe Tucker, Jonu Doc.Richnrd
Roe, Sally Roe, Sallie Doe, Peter Roe. Wil
liam Doe, Henry Doe, Charley Doe, Alex
Roo, Henry Roe. Stephen Doe, Kate Roe,
Susan Doe, Felix Roe Fe ix Doe.James Roe,
James Doe. Calhoun Doe, Thomas Doe, Cal
houn Roe, Thomas Roe, Martin Doe, Martin
Roe, Sjlvacus Koe, Sylvanus Doe, Jacob
Roc, Jacob Doe, Nimrod Doe, Nim
rod Koe, Isaac Roe, Isaac Doe,
Michael Doe, Michael Roe, Philip
Roe, Philip Doe. Simon Roc, Simon Doe,
William Doe, William Roe, Harvey Roe,
Harvey Doe, Nathan Doe, Nathan Koe, Mar
garet Doe, Margaret Roe, Joseph Roe, Joseph
Doe, Peggy Doe, Peggy Koe, Lemuel Roe
Lemuel Doe, F'rankliu D ie, Franklin Koe,
Jesse Koe, Jesse Doo, Julius Roe, Julius
Doe, Julia Koe, Julia Doc, Patrick Roo and
Patrick Doe—Notice ol actlou to recover
posseßslon of Hobiante of Ro Santiago de
Santa Ana included lv patent of Ro Las
Bolaas.
Mrs EE McLeod to W I Hull— Vssignment
of lease of lots 8 T U V W aud X block 196,
Sauta Monica. _ .
O H Kiefcr and P P Klefer vs Fred A Hill
—Attachment levied ou lots 10,11 aud il.
Whitlemore.'s subdn of lot E, audpartof
lots C and D block 2, Monrovia
Martha O'Hara to Mrs M A Edmonstou—
Lease of lot on Sacond street between Fort
aad Hill streets for 8 yeara
HOMESTEADS.
Henry Kettle—s acres in NW'4 of E>.Jof
■WUBefl 14. 1 p 1 S, B H VV.
Frntna Eg cert, wife of John Eggert—Lot
4S and EJ/j 01 lot 47, Schieffeliu tract.
MISCELLANEOUS.
Edward A Hall, trustee to H C Witmer—
Assigom"nt of mortgages, book 82, psjie :iss,
book 82, page 539, h .uk 82, page 5Ss, book IW,
p ice 260, book sr,, pane 419, book 80, page 151,
book 85, page 399, book 85 page 402, book 86,
page 176, book 86, page 413, 000k s,, page 12..,
bofjk >.7 D»ge 186 book BS, pago 111, book 88,
page 114, book 88, pace 103, book 87. paje 187,
and book 88, page il>2 _ .
J B Rog -rs to M G Rogers—ltc.ease of
mortgage, book 55, page 390
Frank L White —Receiver s reneip" for LU
of Ne"* and MH of SE'4 Bee 10, Tp 1 s, A
8 sllplde M Galloway to Ellis T Byram—
Power of attorney. ~
Mabillou W Mclice to I a (.oilman-Re
lease ol mortgage, book 77, page 370.
A Blessing to the Human Race.
California with her extensive and never
failing wheat fields are a great blessing to
the Humau Race, yet Abietene which can
enly be produced iv the Golden State ia des
tined to become oue of her chief products
aud be as much of a blessing to the world as
her wheat fields. Abietene has great healing
aud purefying qunlieties, and by incorpo
rating it Into tbe Abietene Cough Balsam as
we have, it makes a Cough Remedy that has
do equal. And there Is nothing that heals
Ihe lungs bo rapidly and cure all throat and
lung troubles so thoroughly. It contains
no opium. Price 75 cents. Sold by C. F.
Heinxeman.
Hou. D. D. Haynie of Salem, Ills., says he
uses Dr. Bnsauko's Cough and Lung Syrup
iv his family with the most satisfactory re
sults, in all cases of Coughs, Colda and
Croup, aud recommends It in particular for
the little ones. Sample bottle 6 cents at C.
F. Heinzeman.
Her complexiou formerly was yellow, now
hur brilliantly tinted sea shell cheeks are
admiration of huulrods. She used Free
man's medicated face powder.
A New Lumber Vara
Sas been established by the Schallert-Ga
aahl Lumber Compauy on Washington
itreet, nearly opposite the Washington Gar
den, where they will keep a full line of all
kinds of lumber and building material.
Fiver Pllis^
Use Dr. Gunu's Improved Livor Pills for
Sillow Complexion, Plmpleß on the Face
and Billiousness. Never sickens or gripes.
Only oue for a dose. Samples free at C. F.
Heluzeman.
A Might Cold, if neglected, often at
tacks the luncs. Bkown'b Bronchial
Troches give sure aua almost Immediate
relief. Hold on!;/ In boxes- Price 25 cents.
Eagleson A Co., 50 North Spring street,
branch of the grear. furnishing goods manu
facturers of Sau Francisco.
BHILOH'I CATARRH REMEDY—a posi
tive cure for Catarrh, Diptherla and Canker
Mouth. C. V. Heinzeman, agent, Loa An
geles.
WE WARRANTGilmore'sMagnetic Elixir
to relieve the Asthma iv oue miuute. C. F.
Heinzeman, ageut, Los Angeles.
All respectable dealers keep Dam'aua Bit
ters. Michel Levy A Co., wnolesale liquor
dealers, ageuts.
If yuwauta good appetite drink Dami
ana Bilters Michel Levy A Co., wholesale
liquor dealers, ageuts.
FOR DYSPEPSIA and 1 Iver Complaint,
you have a prlntfd guarantee oa every
bottle of Shilon's Vitallzer. It never falls
to cure. C. F. llciuzt-mau, agent, Los An
geles.
THAT HACKING COUGH can be so
lulckly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guar
antee it. C. F. Heinzeman, agent, Los An
ielcs.
You will never have a sour stomach if you
use Hitters.
SHILOH'S CURE will immediately re
lieve Croup, Whooping Cough and Bionch
itis. C. V. Heinzeman, ageut, Los Angeles.
A pretty Womm'sSecret.
fear <>f discovery, when she resorts to
fulso liair uutl dyes, is ti source of con
stant anxiety to her. The very persons
from whom she most desires to" hide 11.c
waning of her charms ire tbo ones most
likely to iiiuko the discover}'. But there
is no reason why she nhouufTiot regain
und retain all the b;;nitv of hair that was
ber pride in youth, i.c't her us.- AYER'B
li.nit Vigor,and, not only will her hair
cease to fall out. but a new growth will
appear where the sculp basbct ii denuded;
and locus thai arc turning gray, or have
actually grown while, will return to their
pristine freshness nud brilliance of color.
Ayee's H a in Vigor cures
rfereclitr.ry Baldness.
Geoboe Mayer, Flatonia, Texas,yn»
bald at 2D years of age, tut his ancestors
bad been lor several generations. One
bottlo of Haiii Vigor started i, growth of
■oft, downy hair nil over ids scalp, which
soon become thick, long, and vigorous.
Iyer's Hair Vigor
i-i nut a dye, but, by healthful stimulation
of the roots and color glands, speedily
restores to its original color hair that is
Turning Cray,
sins. Catherine Deaiier, Point of
Bock», jVd., nnd her hair suddenly
blanched by flight, during the Into civil
war. Aykk's HaIR Vigok restored it
to its natural color, and made it softer,
glossier, ami more abundant than it had
been before.
Scalp Diseases
Which cause dryness, brlttlenesa, and fall
ing of the hair, dandruflj Itching, and
annoying sores, arc all quickly cured by
Aykk's Hair Vku ir. It cured HERBERT
Hoy d, Mlnneapolit, Minn., of intoler
able 11 cli in;; of the Scalp; J. X. t'Alt-
TEit, Jr., vecoquon, Va„ of Scald
Heud; Mils. D. V. 8. LOVELACE, Lore
lacevtlle, K>l., of Tetter Sores; Miss
Bkwib h. Bkdlok, BHrititgton, 17.. of
Scalp Disease und DandrtuY. Tor*
pldlty of the roots of the lutlr, which) if
neglected, may result in Incurable bald
ness, ii rcadil'v cured by AYER'B Hair
VIGOR. Al
A Toilet Luxury
Aykk's Il.tiit Vigor lias no enuaL TL
is colorless, clcanlv, delightfully per
fumed, and lias tho effect of making tho
hair soft, pliant, and -flossy.
Ayer's Hair Vigor,
PREPARED BY
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Muss.
Sold by ull Druggists.
HALL'S PULMONARY BALSAM,
The best remedy for Coughs, Colda andln
fluensa and Incipient Cousumption. Sold
by til druggists for 50 cents.
J. R. GATES A CO., Proprietors,
d 3 tf 417 Sausnme street, 8. F.
TO CAPITALISTS.
11l MM>s OPPOHTUNITY
For the Investment of 3150,000 to f'200,000 for
half iutcrost iv an established
Wine and Vineyard Business,
Piying fr-'m 1* per cent, to 20 per cent, on
tho capital. For full particulars address
"M. A." Postoffice Box 2196, Sau Francisco.
ja29-lm
LOS ANGELES DAILY HEEALJ). MAHCH 5. 1887.
Due De Tdontebello C'hampaafii
In every flrat-clasa houae. Imported
brands.
DR. FLINT'S
HEARTKMEDY
- BeartdlGeA3eisdovelopeLtby;iiv}hjr-
cm civilization, and ia incrcasiny to
ati alurmiiiLj extent. Lvt him who
Buspeete tho existence of tliia causo
0 ' budiicn death tako tbia remedy
oii'X'—it will euro you. $1.50,
pescriptivo tru.U»o \s itU cacti bottly or waited
free.
HAMBURG FIGS.
J It Is often very difficult to tell what
Und of a laxative to give a very '
Xfr& younrr child who is suffering from con
stipation. Tho only medicine which
KW is at the same time perfectly cafe and
pleasant to tako is Hamburg Figs. M cents.
Xboso Remedies aro for sale by all Druggtstdt.
J. J. MACK & CO., Propr'a,
Bait Ftvakcisco, Cal.
ami si;mi;i\ts.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE, j
Main street, bet. First and Second. ,
H. C. WYATT Manager '
;
i
TH REE MIGHTS and SATURDAY MATIN EE ;
com mencinu
1
Thursday ['.veiling, march lOtb,
The Charming American Prima Donna
tt tt ,
: AHELAIDE RANDAL, 1., :
tl It
BIJOU OPERA COMPANY,
C lIoI'.US AND ORCHESTRA.
REPERTOIRE :
Thursday The Princess of Trebizosde
Vriday Biu.ke Taylor
Saturday Matinee Mikaoo
Saturday Tiik Bridal Trap
All With New and Elsuant Costumes.
•Jge-Seata on sale on and after Tuesday,
March Ith, at Box olßce. mr4
GRAND OPERA HOUSE,
H. C. WYATT Manager
MONDAY and TUESDAY, MARCH 7th, Bth,
The Twelfth BfSßon of the Famous
McGIBENY FAMILY.
Largest Musical Family known
15 - IN NVIIIBEK - 15
TEN SOLOISTS.
GRAND BAND!
ELEGANT ORCHESTRA!
FULL chorus:
Sparkling Specialties! Laughable Sketches!
Every Town Captured! ,
Seats on sale on and after Friday, March 4th
nt box office. ml-tf I
GRAND OPERA HOUSE, ;
Main street, bet First and Second.
B. C. WYATT Manager ;
FOUR NIGHTS and SATURDAY MATINEE 1
COMMENCING ]
Wednesday Evening, march 2d, j
MR.EDWIN BOOTH! |
SI'I'I'ORTED BY (
MIS EXCELLENT COMPANY, j
UNDER TUB DIRECTION OF J
fll It . AIC I'll llt B. CHASE. J
Wednesday Ricmrlibu !
Thursday Hamlet 1
(merchant or Venice and ■
Friday | Katharine and Petruccio
Saturday Matinee .Hamlet I
Saturday Night ..... ..Othello
Mr. Booth as "lago.
The historically correct costumes and
armors for auxiliaries from Beaves' Cos- ■
tume Company, New York. ,
tfmW-Sale of seats for MR. BOOTH'S en- f
gngemeut will begin Thursday morning, J
February 21th, at 10 o'clock.
PRICES WILL BE AS FOLLOWS:
First four rows in Dress Circle ... 13 00
Balance of Dress Circle and Parqustte 250
Balcony Bcserved 1 »
Admission to Balcony. • IB >
Boxes, admtttlug six people, oach 00 ,
NEW ARMORY HALL. !
PROFESSOR O.S. FOWLER, .
THE CELEBRATED j
NKW rOsVte PnKENIII.OBIST,
Will lecture in New Armory Hall, i
South Main street:
Thursday, March 3d, 8 p. m.-Phrenology;
Its Proofs aud Uses.
Friday, March 4th, S p, X. —Love and
Ü Bsm&li March flth, 2 :10 p. M.-Female
Health snd Bloom Restored. To ladlesouly.
M onday. March 7th, 8 p. M -Manhood
Analyz d and Restored. To males only.
Tuesday March sth, 8 p M.-Succesa and
Failure in Life aud Self-Culture.
ConstiltaMous, phrenological examina
tions, advice ou health, business adapta
tions etc ,at tbe Nadeau House daily, 9
a.T to VP. M. from March 3d to 13th only.
L "j»"Fareweil Tour—First two nights are
frff with 200 seats reserved at 10c each.
The other lectures, admission 25 and 3jc.
WASHINGTON GARDENS
OSTKHin »'" AK»I .
Uf- BIRDS NOW ON VIEW ~9OL
Admission* 25 Vents.
Take the Main-street car", which stop at
the gate. c.VWSTON A FOX, Lessees.
IMPOTENCY in Man or Woman cured by
Qilmore's Aromatlo Wino. OF. Heinzeman,
agent, Los Augeies,
Just What They All Say.
Hiding a Sallow Skin.
Ml SUE L LANEUDS.
I
ON MONDAY, MARCH 7th,
Eochester & Layton
WILL KEMOVE TO
No. f) COMMERCIAL STREET.
HYDE PARKT
Charming new town on the line of the L. A. & S. M. R. R., now build
ing from this city to tlie " NEW HARBOR AT LA BALLONA," 'i% miles
from city limits; overlooks the city of Los Angeles; plenty of GOOD WATER
jiped to the lots; each Lot 60x190 feet, fronting on (iO-foot avenues. These
;ire selling rapidly at $100; $40 cash, balance $10 per month, without in
terest. Also, 5 and 10-aere Villa Lots surrounding the town.
■ta# Conveyances leave the olliee at!) a. m. and 2v. at. to show parties
the beautiful property.
M, L. WICKS or A. E. DITCH,
Courthouse and Main Streets, Los Angeles, Cal.
. m-3-ltn
THE WELL KNOWN
FRESNO NURSERY
rtl'DEttmOTT * BAKU Hole Agents.
TEAAS UMBRELLA TREE. •
QAA AAA Apple, Pear, Peacl., Nectarine, Plum and Prune, Apricot, Cherry, Al
ilUU UUU mond.Quluce, til and Olive Trees, Euglish Walnuts, gßerrles of all
kids, etc. We warrant the Fresnj stock to be ab-oiutely free from San Jose Scale or
Woolly Aphis. Oranges, Lemons and Limes in lots to suit, and Wnlte Adriatic Fig of
commerce.
j i> t\ (\(\[\ Blue Gum and Monterey Cypress, Japanese Camellias, Daphnes, "Azaleas,
10'/ "IMF Magnolias.Persimmons, and MammothGbestnut, Lilies, etc. Flowering
Plants and Shrubbery of all kinds.
Box 764-SEND FOR CATALOGUE— Los Angeles, Cal.,
East first Street, Between main and I.os Angeles Sta.
ja» tt
Tl EXCELSIOR 77"
LAWN MOWER, //
EASIEST BDHUfi
LAWN MOWER
ON THE MARKET. '^*»
HARPER & BEYKGLDS CO., V^^^-^j^f/
48 & SO N. MAIN ST.
WM. T. COLEMAN & CO.,
Shipping and Commission Merchants,
San Francisco, New York, Chicago.
AGENCIES OF WM. T. COLEMAN A CO. AT
London, Liverpool, Astoria, Or., and Los Angeles.
With agents and brokers In every commercial city of prominence lv tbe Union.
OUR LOS ANGELES AGENCY
Makes a specialty of handling the products of Southern California.
WINES, BRANDIES, ORANGES, RAISINS, DRIED FRUIT, HONEY,
CANNED FRUIT, HONEY, ETC., ETC.
for Re al Baking Powder, Walter Bakei & Co's Chocolate,
Kingsford's Oswego Starch.
Also, agents for American Oil Company'« Whale Oil Soap.
WM. L. LOCKE, Manager Los Angeles Agency,
mmiylp 75 SPBIKG- ST-
LINES OF TRAVEL.
PaciSc Coast Steamsblp Co.
GOO l> ALL, PERKINS A Co., General Agon t
SAN FBANOISCO.
NOICTHERN ROUTES
Embrace lines for Portland, Or.; Victoria.
B. C, aud Puget Sound-Alaska, and all
coast ports.
Southern Routes.
TIME TABLE FOR MARCH. 1887.
COMIMO SOUTH. 00158 SOBTH.
U 4 1 T\
STEAMERS. og s«< %'A
g 'i h ¥
Santa Rosa.. Feb. 26 Feb. 28 Mar. 2 Mar. 4
Los Angeles. " 88 Mar. 2 " 8 " 6
Queen of Pac Mar. 2 " 4 " 6 " 8
Eureka I " 4 " 6 " 7 " 10
Santa Rosa 1 6 " 8 " 10 " 12
]/-,«Ang ea. " 8 10 " 11 " 14
QueeuolPac " 10 " 12 " 14 " 16
Lureka " 12 1 14 " 15 " 18
Santa Rosa.. " 14 " 16 " 18 " I 0
Los Angeles. " 16 '• 18 " 19 " 22
Queen of Pac " 18 " 20 " 22 " 24
Rureka " 20 " 2! " 28 " !6
Ssntaßosa.. " 22 " 24 " 26 " 28
Los Angeles. " 24 " 26 " 27 " 30
QueeuolPac " 26 " 28 30 Apr! 11
Eureka " 28 " E0 " 31 ■ 8
Santa Rosa .| " 80 Aprill April 3 " 6
Los Angeleß.|Aprll ll " 3 " 4 " 7
The steamers Santa Rosa and Quesu
of Pacific leave. San Pedro for San
Diego, on the dates of their arrivals from
San Frsnclaoo, and on their trips between
San Pedro nud S.,n Francisco call at Santa
Bar ban. aud Pott . .rford (San Luis Obispo)
or.'v. !liiiieks and Los Angeles call at
all waj poi, .
Curo.'y cul.m'c. "'h steamers leave 8. P.
B. H. depot, Uw Auie.es, as follows: With
5.,..t v..,; aud Queen of Pacific at
S:li)o'c ! i*i >. it With Loa Augeies and
Lim.ie i. at 4:10 o'clock r. M.
, ~ freight at above or
IOT ti la (0 Umwi LOIA
Ail Importaui: Points La Knrtne
APPLY TO
H. MoLBIiLtAN. : : : Asrem
OFFICE—No. 8 Commercial W..I.PS »»?■■'
SoflLiifini Pacific Cofflpj.
(PACIFIC SYSTEM.)
WEDNESDAY FEBRYARY 9, ISB7.
Trains leave and are due to arrive at
LOB ANGELES DAILY
AS follows:
LEAVE ARBIVD
FOB DESTINATION. FBOII
8 OJ>. m Colton A San Gorgonio 7.0) r.
4:30 r. tl Colton A San Gorgonio 4:25 a. m
8 00 a. it Demlng and East— 7:CO p. m
80) a. it ...-El Paso and East.... 7 to r. s
I. 30 p. it San Fran A Sacramento 11:10 a. ii
7:30 P. It San Fran A Sacramento 7:20 a. h
9:20 A. ■ Santa Ana and Anaheim 8:45 y. H
1:40 p. ■ Santa Ana and Anaheim 7:45 A.v
9:80 A. a BantaHonioa... . 11:50 a,m
12:20 p. a Santa Monica I 01 cm
4:30 p. h Santa Monica 7:10 A. M
, ,„ (Long Beach and I. „ _
9:40 A. Mj~ f Ban jfcaro j *»•«•
(Long Beach and/ _~
4:50p.k I Sin Pedro ... j 76>a.h
9:.5 a. M Santa Paula 4;0lr. M
T. H. GOODMAN,
General Passenger aud Ticket Agent
E. E. HEWITT,
Superintendent Los Augeies.
A. N. TOWNE. General Manager,
California Meg E. B. Col
All rail line between National City, San
Diego and Los Angeles and points East and
Wo t.
Close connection at Barslow with Atlantic
and pacific K. R. aud at Los Angeles with
Southern Pacific R. R.
VXXbtXXI TABXJBI,
Taking effect Sunday, November 14.
A. M. A. M. P. M.
Los Angeles. Lv. 7.00 9:10 . 6:00
San Gabriel 7.23 9.29 6.20
Pomona 8.23 10:30 6:10
Colton Ar. 9:15 11:20 «7:00
Colton Lv 11:25 7:50
Citrus 11:85 8,05
Perrls 12:17 9:30
Mnrietta Ar 1:10 11:10
•Murietta Lv 1:30 11:25
Oceansido 8:38 2:15
San Diego 5:22 6:05
National Cly...Ar 5:40 6:80
Colton Lv. 9:20
•San Bernardino... 9:45
Victor 12:08
Barstow Ar. 1:20
__
Barstow Lv, 2:55
Viotor 4:05 ...
•Sun Bernardino.. 6:20
Colton Ar. 6:45
A. M. P. M.
National Clty..Lv 8:C0 9:30
Sau.Diego 8:23 10:00
Ocoanside 10:07 12:20
•Murrietut Ar 12:07
Murrletta till 12:27 4:55
Perrls 1:19 6:05
•Colton Ar. 2:10 7:25
Colton Lv. 7:00 2:15 8:00
Pomona 7:50 8.02 8:51
San Gabriel 8:40 8:52 9:40
Los Angeles.... Ac 9:00 4:15 10:00
RE7WFIN COLTON AND SAN BERNARDINO.
A. M.!A. M. P. M.IP. M.
Colton Lv 8.601 11.80 2.20| 7.10
San Bernardino ar 8.151 11.40 2.30 7.25
Sau Bernardino lv 7.20 11.05 1.65 6.40
Colton Ar 7.t6| U.ls| 2.051 6.60
BfVEP.SIOE BRANCH.
— Mlxd Mixd Pass.
A. M. P. M. A. M
Colton Lv 9.20 7.16 11.20
Citrus 9.50 7.30 1180
Riverside Ar. 9.42 7.60 U.IO
Riverside Lv 8.40 6.25 'lM
Citrus 8.52 6.45 1.E2
Olton Ar 9,02 7.00 2.C5
*Meal stations.
Trains are run on Pacific Standard time.
Pullman Sleepers leave on 7 A. M. train
via Barstow, for Kansas City, via A. A P.
and A. T. A 8. F. P.. R., and on 6 p. M. train
for Snn Diego. Special rates ou round trip
tickets to all local points.
For rates of freight or fare, address Cali
fornia Bouthern-Ageuts at local stations, oi
H. B. WILKINS,
Sen. Fr't. A Pass. Agent, Sau Diego, Cal.
J. N. VICTOR.
Superintendent, San Bernardino. CaL
WILLIAMSON DUNN,
Je23 General Agent, Los Angeles, Cal.
Los Angeles 4 San_Gairlel Valley Ballwaj
Time table in effeot Nov. 6,1886.
Trains are due to depart and arrive at
DOWNEY AVENUE DEPOT as follows:
""DEPART, j ARRIVE.
•9:21 A. M. "Ties A. M.
+10:86 AM. On week days +8:54 a. m.
12:36 p. M. I only. *12.04 p. M.
+4:16 p. M. I +1:39 P. M.
*6:86 r. v. I {4:64 p. M.
I riieater trains:
•11:06 p. M. Tuesday, Thurs- '7:24 P. M.
|diiy_andjlatnrdav |
ggjgj o° rgg 1 1
• To and from Lamauda Para.
+ To and from Duarte.
1 To and from West Duarte (Monrovia).
L. BLANKENHOKN,
GenT Passenger Agent.
8. P. JEWETT, GenT Manager. aoplg
NOTICE.
Tho LOB ANOELES CITY WATER Oc,
will strictly enforce the following rule: Tht
hours lor sprinkling are between 6 and I
•'clock a. M. and 6 aud 8 o'clock p. ■. For a
violation of the above regulation the watei
will be shut off aul a fine of two dollars will
os oharaod before water will be turned ox
1 'Un
THEY ARE GOING! 1
AND
Don't You Forget It.'
— <
WHAT?
!
THOSE BEAUTIFUL LOT 3 IN
:
The Bliss Tract.
For SHOO to MSOO I can give you lots
50x150, ou the right side ol the streets,
and within fifteen minutes' walk of the
pnstoflice. Go out two miles and you have
to pay 50 to 100 per cent. more. Why do
this, when the new depots, shops and rail
roads will enhance the value of the BLISS
lots two-fold or more ? lam authorized to
sell these lots at present rates and terms—
one third down—but In a short time to ad
vance pi ice* at least 10 percent The home
stead, with two lots, coveted with magnifi
cent trees and shrubbery, for only |50i0,
one-third down.
Call on mo at Childress Bank.
fflT'Carriages ready at all times.
fl9-lm H. P LANTZ, Trustee.
K. T. BRYANT. H. A, BRANSCOH.
JJRYANT A BRANBCOM,
HED STAR LINE TRANSFER CO.,
236 North Main Street, Baker Blook.
Baouaub and Frbioht handled with Cark
Special attention given to the removal of
Pianos and organs. Telephone No. 401.
L, m . J KWETT, Superintendent.
REV. E. J. WHITNEY, of Clarkson, N. V.,
says Gllmorc's Aromatic Wine for Female
weakness, stands without t> rival. 0. F.
Helnseman, agent. Los Augeies.
a positive cure for dyspepsia.-Damiana
Bitters. Mlohel Levy A Co., wholesale liq.
nor dealera, agents. ,
MEDICAL,.
DR, WHITE,
§38 ft. main Mreat,
The Kctsb-
Pnysjcjaii m Snrieoi.
U •till treating with
skill and success all
Private*, Nervous u>
Chronic Bissjsbb.
Nervous Debility. Im
poteDcy, Bexual Decay.
Falling Memory, Weak Eyes, Downcast
Look, Self-Distrust, Blunted Development,
Lack of Euergy, Impoverished Blot d, Pim
ples, Impediments to Marriage, etc., perma
nently, safely and privately cured.
Blood and Slim £« < %Js i l-ai
Bone Paina, HwtllW, Bore Throat, Month,
Tongue, ('leer., Old Bores, Effects of Met
enrv, are cured for life.
I'rinirr Kidney. Bladder Troubles, Weak:
llllldl), Hack, Burning Urine, Inconti
nence reeelve prompt relief and cure.
All unnatural discharges cured
piomptly without hindrance to business.
No experiments. Bmh sexes consult ronft
dentially. Age and experience important. .
Dr. White's Success
Is baaed upon facte: First—Every c"c to
espclallv studied, thus starting aright,
Becond—Medicines are prepared In our
labo-n'ory exactly to suit each case, thus
effecting cures without injury.
CSr-A friendly letter or call may save
future suffering sna shame and add golden
yearsto life.
CafF-Medlclnes sent everywhere secure
from exposure. Hours, 9 a. a. to Bp. a.:
Sundays, 9 to 12. mrt
SA I.OOHg.
~~
The BOUQUET
>'o, 7 Ofusercial St
TOM SHAW.
The Palace
113 NORTH MAIN.
116 NORTH BFBIXa.
FRANK R. DAY. JIM ASH.
Hot Lunch 11:30 to 1 o'clock.
■MM
"Carbolic Smoke Ball"
THE EOME TREATMENT FOR
ralgia, Bronchitis, Ooldß, Croup, Ca
tarrh, Asthma, Deafness, Voice and ty
A free test given to all who will oall at*
our ladies' and gents' parlors. Separate
department for ladles. Sent by mall, with
full directions, on receipt of price (f3 and
two postage stamps). Debellator package)
(to be used In all asthmatic, bronchial and
lung troubles), il additional.
CARBOLIC SMOKE BALL CO.,
Not. 3 ant 4, over- 28 If. Sprlafg
Street, Loa Angeles.
OFFICE HOURS:
Week Days frou 9 a. m. to 8 r. a.
Sundays prom 2 to 1 p. v.
BUY- SEPARATE APAKTMENTS FOB
LADIES, who are requested to call between
the hours of 10 a. m. and f> p. m. to avoid the
crowd fltt-Sm
Something ISTew !
NATURE'S OWH UEMKUT
ENTIRELY VEGETABLE,
CADE'S SURE CURE!
For the enre of Scrofu'a, or KlDg's Evil,
and all scrofulous affeetto"*, Eruptions and
Cutaneous diseases, Errsipe'as, Pimples,
Pustules, Blotches, Boijs, Tumors, Tetleror
Salt Rheum. Scald Head, Ringworm, I*l cere
and Sorts, Rheumatic Pains In t..e Bouea,
A positive cure for all Skin Diseases
caused by old si.-kuess, etc. For sale by W.
H. CADE, Box 23-1, Oakland, and
C. A. JIcDOXELL,
Drugoist and Apothecary,
•il 1 North Main Street, Los Angeles, CaL
f-24-lm
THE PACIFIC INCUBATOR!
frTy*\, Awarded the
|r i "**y GOLD MEDAL
'11 At the STATE FAIR SAC
KSi'l y V •-S/IKAMENTO, and st tbe
JW:J VffWm MECIIANICS'IHimTDTft
! ' ifl FAIR of 1881, ISBS and 1885
WKtil , *ißk.'Ver all competitors as the
/JLw Bkst Mj -' cinNK Hadb.
will hatch any kind Ot
' ■■aJsww'eggs better than a hen.
PACIFIC COAST AGENCY for the celebra
ted SILVER-FINISH. GALVANIZED WIRE
NETTING, the best and cheapest rabbit
proof fencing In the world. The WILSOK
PONE ami SIIKi.L MILL and the AMER
ICAN MEAT CHOFBER. Poultry appll
ances oi every kind, and every variety ot
Land and Water Fowls can be found
at the Oakland Poultry Yards, the oldest
and largest establishment on the Pacific
Coast The PACIFIC COAST POULTER
ERS' HAND BOOK aud CCIDE, Price AO
cents. Send 2 cent snamp for illustrated 60
-page catalogue to the PACIFIC INCUBA
TOR CO., 1347!, 2 Castro street, Oakland, CaL
jaliO-om
■»*
I. OS ANUEI.Ea WIBE b.HK^
HHOLDERSBACH. MANUFACTURER
. ol plain and ornemen'al wire and
h iusesmi',l) w-.r-. of every description made
to order. No. 381 aou;h spring sireet.
xarS-Ua
The Wonder of the Nineteenth Century!
PROF. ASHBORN'S
Numindrs Embossing Oil!
THE ONLY PAINr-KKNEWKK.
IN EXISTENCE—M INUFACTURED AND
nwiie " bj- the Embossing oil Company,
Daubim-, CoDP. This Invention has wonder
ful lencwiug powers iv bringing out tie
faded onion oi paimel houses Wheu used
it briuifs out a belt-r color than the paiui.
Oall ii ml Investigate. Town, (_lty aud
State r'ghmfnr sale. A. A. CI'HTIS, Agent,
IM-lmaaTn I h 43 Tea.pie street.
VACHE FRERES & Co.,
Established In IbtiO.
DEPOT FUR THE BROOKSIDE VINEYARD
Wholesale and Betall Dealer! In
Fine Wines, Liquors, etc.
FAMILY TRADE A SPECIALTY.
Also Pure Liquors for Medicinal purposes.
Choice White Wine Vinegar always in
stock. This vinegar must not be con
founded with the ordinary article, mauu
factured fiom acids, etc.
Corner Commercial and Alameda Sts M
(OPPOSITE OLD DEPOT. dIS-tf
10.0.F,
Orange ConnoU No. M, I. O. 0. P., meets
every Wednesday evening in Good Templars
Hall Visiting members are oomlallv Invited.
B. W. BEADY, N. tt.
A. J. E. Fobbish, Bee. Seo'y.
Los Angeles Lodge No. 2825, K. ot H,
Regular meetings of the above Lodge are held
every Wednesday evening at Old Masonlo Hall.
Snrina street Visiting brothers are oordially In
vitea to stund. if C. AUSTIN
ml Dictator.
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