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DAILY HERALD.
THE COURTS.
superior Court—Department One,
Cheney, J.
Tuesday, Aprils, 1887.
In Jndge Cheney's department of the
Superior Court the following persons
were arraigned yesterday:
Frank Alviso, asaault to rob; C. W.
Burke, grand larceny; A. Burns, con
spiracy to defraud; John Banks, burg
lary; E. Corqualles, assault to rob; John
Doe Charley, conspiracy to defraud; L.
B. Cohn, assault with a deadly weapon;
Sylvester Durron, murder; Manuel Do
ininguez, assault with intent to commit
murder; John Epperson, grand larceny;
Burt Frank, burglary; J. D. Tulton, two
oharges of robbery; John A. Green, as
sault with a deadly weapon; Richard
Morton, burglary; James Murray, two
charges of receiving stolen property; R.
Asunega, grand larceny; Miguel Pryor,
assault with a deadly weapon; G. B.
Simpson, two charges of obtaining
money nnder false pretenses; Johu
Smith, alias Monte Pete, same; B. A.
Stephens, criminal libel; A.M.Thorn
ton, same; C. Vedani, murder.
O'lUel vci> y, J.
The calling of the trial calendar in
Department 3 was set for April 13th at
10 o'clock, and Ihe criminal calendar for
April 7th at 1 p. m. in Judge Huttou's
court room.
minor Courts.
AUSTIN, J. P.
Complaints were sworn out against
George Cowles and Florence Cowles for
cruelty to children, George Cowles was
arraigned and hie examination set for I
April 6th at 11 A. M. Bail, 850. ,
The case of Fred Peterson, for burg- ,
lary, was sot for April Bth. Bail, (
$1000. <
The case of John Merrill, for misde- ,
meanor, was set for April 14th. ,
Jane Doe (Floronce Cowles), up as f
drunk and disorderly, pleaded guilty j
and was fined $3 or three days. m Com- •
mitted.
Frank Ayers and P. Garcia were up |
for disoiderly conduct. Garcia was dis- 1
oharged, and Ayers fined $50 or fifty
days. Committed. I
JUSTICE TANEY.
Ah Sam, accused of assault with a ,
deadly weapon, was discharged. f
B. A. Stephens was up for criminal ,
libel. The examination was set for
May sth at 10 A. n.
John Doe, for bat'ery was fined $30.
The case of VI. Craig, for battery, was J
eet for April Bth.
SUPREME COURT.
Opening; of Ttne April Terns In
Tbis City.
Tbe Supreme Court opened its April
session yesterday.
The court met in bank at 10 A. M. for
the April session. Present, McKiostry,
Acting Chief Justice, presiding; Thorn
ton, Sbarpsteio, Temple, McFarland,
Paterson, Judges; Spencer, clerk; Fink
ler, bailiff.
Brown et al vs. Central Pac'tic Rail
road Company: Ordered respondent be
allowed twenty days to tile brief, appel
lant twenty days to reply; cause to be
thereupon submitted.
Alhambra Addition Water Company
▼s. Riohardion etal: Ordered submitted
upon briefs on file.
Morillo vs. Superior Conrt of Los An
geles: Pursuant lo stipulation filed, it
is ordered the wpplioation herein be and
the same ii hereby dismissed.
Heilbr n, et al., vs. List Chance Wa'
er Developing nt Company, Heilbron, et
al., vs. People's Ditch Company, Lower
King's River Di'oh Company vs. Poly,
et al., Htilibron, et al., vs. Emigrant
Ditob Company. Order continued for
tließHssion. (Same order in each case
Admiss ion to practice as attorneys and
oonnsel rj in all tbe courts of this State
on motion: J. B. Ounlap, William
Chambers, B. Wiuwood Diehl, J. A
Anderson, Fre lerick W. Ureyg, James
C. Daly, Walter S. Wright, John A
Gallup.
Bell vs. Coe: Ordered appellant be al
lows! thirty days to tile brief, respond
ent thirty days to reply, appellant ten
days to reply thereto. Cause to be
thereupon submitted.
Th i following members of class of ap
plicants f >r a linission lo practice having
b en extmined by Acting Chief Justice
McKiuitry, touching their qualifications
and learning in the law, ordered that
they ami each of them be, and are here
by, admitted to practice as attorney and
counselor in all the courts of tbis State:
Theodore Savage, W. S. Van Dyke, T.
B. Ddey.
Adjourned,
CRIMINALITIES.
matters Which Interested Police
Circles Yesterday.
The examination of B. A. Stephens
on a charge of libel has been postponed
for a month by Justioe Taney. J
Fred Peterson, who relieved District
Attorney Patton, was arraigned yesterday
and was held in $1000 bail. His exam
ination will take place on the Btb.
The examination of the thimble-game
sharpers was continued yesterday until
some time to be hereafter set. The
prosecuting witness has failed to ap
pear.
Ah Jim was cony ictcd yesterday in
Jnslice Austin's Court of stealing a car
penter's l'-vel from John Voland.
Constable Smith yesterday arrested J.
Merrill on a charge of misdemeanor,
S referred by a neighbor named H. Me
racken, who alleges that one of his
horse< was maliciously shot by defend
ant. The matter will be ventilated by
Justioe Austin.
Frank L Anderson reported the theft
of his watch yesterday from his vest,
whioh was hanging in a car of the Elec
tric Railroad. He also reported that the
shell and thimble game has been in op
eration at the end of the road every Sun
day afternoon.
Police Commissioners.
The Board of Polioe Commissionere
met yesterday afternoon, Mayor Work
man, Mr. Breed and Chief Skinner pres
ent. The name of Thomas Atwell on a
license was changed to D. Pearl.
The apphoation of Caroline Bell, of
132 Upper Main street, for a liquor li
cense, was referred to the Chief of
Police.
It was moved and oarried that Mr.
Loomis be appointed a regular on the
force in place u( Dau. Lynch.
Moved and carried that Charles B.
Moffet be appointed a special officer in
place of Mr. Loomis.
S. P. Gage's Demise.
News was received here yesterday by
Mr. F. W. Thompson, of the Chicago,
Kock Island and Pacifio railway, that S.
P. Oage, a very prominent citzen of Du
buque, la., had died very suddenly at
his home in that city. Mr. Gage was
widely known far beyond the city where
he dwelt, and his sudden demise will bi
mourned by a large list of friends in all
parts of tbe Union. Many lowans in
this oity will grieve to read this sad
news. Tho deceased was the uuole of
Mr. Fred Thompson.
CLAWEBIOrvT.
PA.CIFTC
Land Improvement Company,
Claremont!
THE LEADIXC TOWN SITE
ON
The Great Santa Fe Route,
—BETWEEN-^
San Bernardino and Los Angeles;
fIC MILES FROM SAN
"V Bernardino and thirty
miles from Los Angeles;
miles northeast from Po
mona.
CARLETON OPERA CO.
"Nanen" at the Urand L,ast
Itlsjlat.
The Carleton Opera Company present
ed Genet)'a popular Xanon at the Grand
Opera House last night before a very
flittering assemblage of the playgoers of
Los Angelee. The cast was in all respects
the same as on the previous appearance
of the troupe in this oity. The pretty
opera was excellently rendered, and tbe
leading participants were warmly ap
plauded by the audience in all parts ot
the house. Greeufelder's fine basso was
heard to great advantage in the rofe of
the "Abbe."
Mr. Carleton, aa the "Marquis d'Au
bigne," had an opportunity to sing, and
did so to the entire delight of the house.
In all the leading numbers he received a
very warm recognition, being frequently
recalled.
To-day there is to be a matinee, when
Nanon will be presented again, and thin
evening Erminie will onoe more hold the
boards. For both occasions a large at
tendance is assured, as these favorites
will not be given here again at this time,
and indeed it is more than likely they
may uevcr be sung in Los Angeles ag»in
at any time. They are not operas likely
to survive loDg, pretty as they are.
For to-morrow the perennial favorite,
the Mikado, is underlined. It will be
presented with new scenery, and in all
respects in a most perfect and charming
manner, by Mr. Carleton and his excel
lent Iron pe. It is by all means worth
the hearing and seeing.
An Inquest.
An inquest was held yesterday in the
ase of Frank Watson, who committed
nicide at North Pomona on Monday, by
aooting himself through the head with
revolver. Deceased was in the employ
f the water company, and was engaged
'ith other laborers at the pipe camp
orth of tbe town. Despondency «vas
iven as the cause of the rash act. The
try found a verdict in accordance with
ie übove facts.
In offering this beautiful
town, we have made prices
that are sure to advance 50
to 100 per cent, inside of
thirty days.
Claremont is like the "City
set upon the hills; it cannot
be hid." It overlooks one of
the most picturesque and
charming landscapes in the
world. The Sierra Madre
Mountains are its back
ground. Nowhere are the
peaks more lofty or the
scenery grander. The soil
is exceedingly fertile, the
water marvelously clear,
pure and near the surface.
Artesian wells pouring forth
their liquid wealth will fur
nish what is valued more
highly than gold or silver.
Giant live oaks scattered
over the slope exceed in
beauty famed English parks.
Fruitful orchards of apri
cots, peaches, prunes, or
anges, lemons and olives
cover miles of the adjacent
country. The whole picture
is a scene of loveliness un
surpassed in California.
Claremont will be only
one hour's ride from Los
Angeles. The great Santa
Fe Railroad is deeply in
terested in its welfare, and
it is believed that Claremont
will be the great fruit-pack
ing and shipping depot of
this fertile region, embrac
ipg thousands of acres of
the finest fruit land on
earth.
FINANCE AND TRADE.
A Review of tbe Day's Trans.
actions.
Nmv York, April 6.—To- lay's stook mar
ket was like that of yesterdsy, although 1'
falls to reach the heavy total of tbat day.
There was an irregular opening, though tbe
changes from lust evening's final figures in
no cases exceeded % per cent. The market
was feverish and unsettled but generally
heavy in tho forenoon. Lackawanna, how
ever, was a conspicuous exception to this
and it was Joined by Jersey Central toward
noon. A'terthat time the market been ne
strong throughout, Heading beouming
prominent and 1 ater Wes eru Union. Tbe
adva cc met with no serious setback and
toward the close several specialties were
advanced sharply. The market closed act
ive and strong at about the best figures ol
tbe day.
Financial.
New York, April s.—Throe per cent
Government bonds, U'j', four per oent.
uoupons, 128' i: f° ur u >o a half ncr cent cou
pons, 123%; Central Pacific, 41V4; Kansas &
Texas, gflj; Northern Pacific, 28%; preferred,
6(i%;Nortuwestcrii, 1234; New York Central,
113; Oregon Navigation, 101%; •Transconti
nental. MVjl Improvement, 37; PRCificMatl,
511%; Texas Pacific, 297 a; Union Pacific, 61%;
United Slates Express, 62; Wells, Fargo
A Co's Kxoress, 1211, Western Union Tele
grnnh, 77%
Money on call—Loaned at 5 and 7 per
cent; cloned, offered 6.
Prime mercantile p<per, [email protected]
Sterling exchau-e' steady; ti.Bi% for CO
day bills; t4 demand.
Bar silver, 92%.
San Francisco, April s.—The following
are the closing prices:
Best i Belcher 15. 67% Peer =r"*.Bs
i;rocker W Potosl 7.25
Chollnr 6.8714 iOphlr 6.75
Con. Virginia lavage 512J4
roufldence... 9.25 Sierra Nevada 320
Gould A Cry. |.1< jUulon C0n.... 2.70
11. & N 3.55 ! Yellow Jacket 425
Stiver King dividend 25c.
Silver bars—Per cent discount, 2t%@28.
Petroleum.
Nsw York, s.—Petroleum—Dull
at 65%; sagged off to 63%; rallied sharply
duriug the last hour to bt>. and closed firm
at66%@M>% Sales, 1,477,000 oar.ele.
Tne Uraln markets.
DOMESTIC
Ban Francisco, April 5. — Wheat —
Exolted and higher: buyer season, tl 81;
buyer 18 -7, tV.Vi; May June |1.80.
July |l 78, spot.season's storage paid *\.'2%
Barley—Steady; buyer season, t1.17{/ 8 ;
buyer 1887, H. 17; No. 1 Brewing, buyer sea
son, tl 2/'».
Corn—Calilornialargeyellow, tl.OfifjH
per cental: small yellow, tl. lc(g,l. l. >;
white, »[email protected]
The tract is subdivided
most liberally, the majority
of the lots being sofeet front
and 150 to 180 feet deep;
the business lots 25 by 170.
The streets are graded;
a first-class depot will be
erected at once. The track
layers are already at Clare
mont. In a few days the
great overland trains of the
Santa Fe route will pass to
and fro.
Los Angeles Produce market.
Tbe following is the official record of the
Cos Angeles Prodn-re Exchange, corrected
tally. In the quotations, nnless otherwise
Hated, it is to be understood that the first
figure is the highest price bid and the last
he lowest price asked. These quotations
ire for round lots from first hands; for
small lots out of store higher prices are
tsked:
WHEAT—Australian No. 1, white, (1.60
asked; Rye, 11.50 asked: Gold Drop,
|1 30 hid; White Russian. 1.30® 1.50; Sonora
1ti.30; Defiance No. 1, seed or shipping, $1 30
bid, 01 30 asked.
BARLEY—Feed No. [email protected]»l.l5.
CORN—Laree yellow, car load lots, [email protected]
bid. small carload lots, [email protected] asked.
FLOUR—Pioneer and Crown $5.50 asked;
L. A. XXXX Ex. Pa. Roll, (5.35.
Mil L FEED—Bran. .21 asked; Shorts, (23
tsked; Mixed Feed, corn and barley, (1.25
asked: Cracked Corn, $1.15 asked: Cracked
Barloy,sl.2o asked ;Ground Barley ,*1.20 risked
Rolled Barley, tl 15 asked.
GRAIN BAGS—Grain Bags MB, 22x86, KUc
isked; 1886 Calcutta spot, O'-Jc asked; Potato
Sacks. 3 asked | Mill Sacks, 5c asked.
BEED—Alfalfa, new,llc asked.
HAY- Barley, WB No. 1, new, $16.00 asked;
Oat, Wheat Hay, $16.
POTATOES—EarIy Rose, Norther,n, $2 (15
asked: Peerless, (2.25; Rarly Rose seed,
Northern, $2 25; Salt Lake. (t.75.
BCfTEß—Fancy Roll. 180 per n> asked.
Ihoice Roll, 160 per tb asked: Fair Roll, Der
th, 140 asked: Mixed Store, 120 per tb asked
ftckled Roll. 14c per lb asked; firkin
choice 12HC; firkin cooking 12V^c.
CHEESE—Large, 13c asked; small, 15a
iskert.
EGGS—Eggs, fresh, 29c. bid, 30c. asked.
HONEY—Extracted ligbt. Job
lots, i%<3 asked: Amber, 3c bid; Comb, [email protected]
m 2
ONlONß—Yellow Denver, Northern, $8.25
asked.
BEESWAX—Beeswax. Wcrailc.
VEGETABLES MIXED-Chiles per lb, 120
bid: Oartic:6c.: 8c asked; Cabbage per 100
lbs 1.000(1.25; (175.
BEANS AND DRIED PEAS—Pink No. 1
new crop, $1.75 bid, $1 90 ssked; Lima, $2.50®
2.7s;Navy,small. $2 00bid;(2 25asked; Black
eyed, (I asked: Garvanzos. $3 asked; Green
Field Peas. $2 asked; Lentils, $5.00 asked.
Bed BPsnlsh, (2.
POULTRY—Hens No 1, per dos, $7.00 bid,
(7.50;01d Roosters, per dosen, (5 bid; Vnnug
Roosters, per dos, (7.00 bid, (7 60 asked;
Broilers, large, peTdoten.ts.oi bid, Broil
ers, small, per dosen, (4.00 bid; Ducks, per
loseu. large, (8.00, bid; Ducks per dozen,
small (7.60 bid ; Turkeys, per lb, Hie.
LIVE STOCK—Live Hogs, [email protected]
DRIED FRUlT—Peaches, S. D. No. 1,
tsked, 15cbid; No. 2, asked; do, peeled,
150 tsked; do, 8 D. peeled No. 2, asked;
pitted Plums, 12Uc asked; Blackberries,l?Uc
tsked- Prunes, Cal, French new crop,
910o; Prunes, Cal, German, 80 asked; Aprl
oots, evaporated, 25c asked.
APPLES —Evaporated Huntley's, 100 ask
ed; Hunt's Alden, 140 asked; Bun Dried
illced, 7c asked.
RAISINS—I Ayers, (1.50 asked: Ex Lon
don Layers, new: t1.75 asked; Three Crown
Layers, new. (1.75 asked: Loose Muscatolß
£1.60; Bulk Raisins, 5c asked. Dried grapes,
2c.
NUTS—Walnuts new, 11c® 15c; Peanuts
oal.No. 1. 60 asked; do, No. 2, 80 asked; do
fC»Btern,7Hc asked: Almonds, S. 8., 18c ask
ed; Almonds, H S, 10c.
CI ITU'S FRUITS — Oranges. 1.75 asked :
tamons.aeedllng per box, (2.00 asked; Lem.
ms. Eureka and Lisbon per box, (3.50 asked,
HIDES — Dry, 1A« bid; Kip, 100 bid
lalf, bid. Culls',less.
SKINS—Short wool, each, [email protected]; Long
wool, each, $1 bid; Shearlings, each, 10c
-.id.
WOOL—Spring Clip, per lb, Bc®'oc bid.
PROVISIONS—Extra light baoon, clear,
lie asked; Light dear, 100 asked; Clesr
medium, 100 asked; Medium baoon, 9c
isked; heavy bacon Be.
LARD—4O lb ins. 9c per lb; 810 pall", 9Uc
per lb; A lb pails, 9%c pc- lb; 101b pails, (c
per lb.
HAMS—Eastern sugar cured, 15c; Cali
fornia, 12HC.
The sale of lots will begin
on Thursday, the 7th of
April, by W. H. Holabird,
in the office of the Pacific
Land Improvement Com
pany in Claremont. Pomona
is the nearest railroad sta
tion on the S. P. 11. R.
One-third cash, balance
in 6 and 12 mouths, with
interest at 8 per cent. A
discount of 20 per cent, will
be made from the schedule
of prices, with 5 per cent,
additional discount for all
cash.
We reserve the right t©
withdraw this discount at
any time after Thursday,
April 7th, and will positively
withdraw it May ist.
Considering the charming
location, a* fine depot to be
built immediately, a first
class hotel (plans for which
are now being made) and an
abundant supply of pure ar
tesian water, our prices for
lots make a purchase an in
vestment of great promise.
Prices will advance 25 per
cent. May ist.
GEO, H. FCLLEKTOH,
Riverside, Cal.. President
W. 11. HOIiABIRO,
Pomona, Oal General Agen
Late General Ag't. Coronade Beach
flfaVgl
LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD. APRIL 6. 1887.
KKAI, ESTATE.
ORANGE!
THE
Gem [of the Santa Ana Valley.
On Saturday Next, April ftk, at t P. M.,
AT ORANGE, I SHALL OFFER FOR SALE
40=L0TS-40
IN—
The O. Z. Culver Home and Hotel Tract.
These Choice Lots are In the same tract as the new hotel,
THE PALMYRA,
Which is approsching completion, and will be opened to the public about May Ist.
Owing to the location and the proximity of this property to tbe busi
ness portion of ORANGE, it is without doubt the most desirable invest
ment yet presented in Orange.
AN AUCTION SALE."^
The sale will be conducted quietly, and fair prices put on the prop
erty, and the first applicant has the first choice.
TEHIHS EASX-DmcOCNT FOB CASH.
gMf m FOR GENERAL INFORMATION, CALL UPON
A.. L. TEELE,
34 North Spring Street, Los Angeles, California.
WEST BONNIE BRAE TRACT!
Situated on Ninth Street.
High Elevation! Magnificent Views!
NO STEEP HILLS I
Sea Breeze I City Water INo Adobe! Street-Car Facilities I
GOOD DRAINAGE I
Cap-Aristocratic Neighborhood! Lew Prlcti 1 Favorable Ternm-^n
FOB SALE BY
O. A. SUMNER it CO 14 North Spring Street
DOBINSON A FAIRCHII.Ii 4S North Spring- Street
PIANOS.
JOHN W. GARDNER,
GQ No. 212 South Spring Street, Breed Block. C
% O
ONLY EXCLUSIVE *M
§ PianoandOrgan House. |
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
FOR CASH AND ON INSTALLMENTS
rA O
GQ AGENT FOB lZj
\-r 50
Steinway, Chickering, Steck, Knabe /JA
Hardman, Emerson and many other jj^
leading Pianos. Story & Clark, Kir- r*"
>S ball, Taber and other Organs.
CO
O Instruments to Rent.
m27-lra
TTTSQNViaTIT
TERIHB OF SALE.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
OF THE COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES,
State of California—ln the matter of the
estate of John Rumm. deceased. Pursuant
to an order. made by the Judge of said'
court this 28th day of March, 1887, notice ie
hereby given that Monday, tbe 30ih day of
April, 1887, at 10 o'clock a.m., at the court
rooms of thl* court, in the city and county
of Los Angeles, has been appointed as the
time and place for the hearing of tbe pe
tition of J. J. Wnodwoith praying that the
executors of said estate make a conveyance
of certain land in the town of Santa Monica
to saldJ J. Woodwoith upon the payment
by him of a certain amount of money to
said estate In said oontr <ot agreed to be
paid. C. H. DUNSMOOR. Clerk.
By L. J. Thompson, Deputy. mrtl-lw
$6 —AN EXCURSION TRAIN $6
Will leave Fourth aud Townsend streets, San Franctaco, April 13'h, at 8:30 a. at, stopping
at all way stations, where tickets can be secured either at station or on train, and arriv
ing at Templeton at 5:30 p. m. Round trip tickets, #6, good until Monday, April 18,18*7.
Usual fare oue way 18.
Haps of all the ranch subdivisions, of Templeton, of the 6 to 12 acre suburban lota
and a general map showing the location of the company's lands, with a new descriptive
catalogue, will be sent free on application. C, U. PHILLIPS, Manager, Templeton, Cel.
And for further particulars, catalogues, etc., address
PACIFIC COAST LAND HIKEIV,
Or EASTON A ELDRIDGE, Auctioneers, 618 Market street, opposite Palace Hotel Baa
Francisco. LOS ANoKLLS LAND BUREAU, 20 W. First It,, Loa Angelas.
PACIFIC COAST LAND BCREATJ, SBB Fifth Street, San Blesra.
apr-td
ESTABLISHED 1885. INCORPORATED IMS
Crane Bros. MMufactnring Compy.
CHICAGO, PITTSBURG, OTIAHA, LOS ANGELES.
MANUFACTURERS OF
PIPE, FITTINGS, BRASS GOODS, TOOLS.EtC.
All kinds of materials used in Plumbing and Gas Fitting Stock
WILL ARRIVE AND STORE BE OPENED ABOUT APRIL Ist,
Nos. 18,20,22 and 24 Requena Street, Comer Los Angeles,
feb27tf LOS ANGELES CALIFORNIA
One Week Late, but here at Last!
Spring Clothißg of Every DescriptiOß,
FOR GENTS., BOYS' AND CHILDREN,
AT 19 S. SPRING ST., Text to Mosgrove's Cloak House.
ABEKNETHT & TAFT
Chicago Beer Hall and Depot
R. O. WILKES * CO., Prop*.
COR. HOFF AND HAVES BTB,. EAST L. A.
Sole Agents and Bottlers of tbe Chicago
Brewing Co.'s Lager Beer, San Francisco.
Alsool the Celebrated United States Lager
Beer. Orders delivered.
.HP-TELEPHONE, 630. ap2-lm
mnnnn choice home for bale.
Handsome new cottage of Aye
rooms, bath, porches, bay windows, etc.:
rooms elegantly decorated; fine lot 50x170,
with alley in rear; immediate possession
given; prioo 12800. Apply to B. VERSH,
Boom to Temple block. mm im
citw or fa bis.
Spring and KoveldesT
JUST RECEIVED, THE MOST MAGNIFICENT LINE OF j
IMPORTED
Dress Goods and Trimmings
EVER SHOWN IN TBIS CITY.
THE CREAM tgmtimP DO NOT FAIL
The European 3||fß .9JSI EXAMINE
Eastern Markets. New Stock of Goods, •
CITY OF PARIS,
The Peerless Dry Goods Emporium of Southern Califointa,
108, IQ7 AND 109 NORTH SPRING STREET.
GRAND AUCTION SALE !
EAST 01ST & ELDRIDGE,
AUCTIONEERS, OF SAN FRANCISCO,
TEMPLETON,
San Luis Obispo County, Cal.,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
April 14th, 15th aad 16th, 1887, of the
Paso Robles, Santa Ysabel, Eureka and Huer Hoero Rancbos,
ALSO
Town lota lv the rapidly growing? village of Tentpleton,
And 5, 10 snd 20 acres, snd large subdivisions,
BY OKDER OF THE
WEST COAST LAND COMPANY
(A CORPORATION), «
WILL SELL, WITHOUT RESERVE, PROPERTY DESCRIBED A 8 FOLLOWS :
PASO ROBLES RANCH
Of 80,400 acres, less 6000 acres sold to settlers iv the past four months.
THE SANTA YSABEL RANCH
Of SO,COO acres.
THE EUREKA RANCH
01 11,000 acres, and lt,«IOO acres of the
HUER HUERO RANCH
AU lying in a bojy on tbe S P. B. R. at its terminus in San Lais Obispo county.
At Public Auction Thursday, Friday and Saturday, April 14, 16, 16,
At 12 o'clock, Moon, Each Day.
These are all Agricultural and Fruit Lands, in quality equal to any in the State, with
JT^ ge . a , v , nu '.'! "in fall exceeding that ol Santa Clara county, and require NOI RBI
GAITON. Title, Lidied States patent, and to be free and clear ol all incumbrances.
TERMS OF SALE.
Lots In Templeton, casb, United Stales gold coin. All other tracts one-third cash,
balatce in lour equal payments st two, three, four and five years; Interest fi per cent per
asnum. The mongagetax paid by the mortgagee makes the interest about 1 per cent.
net to the purchaser.
An sddltionai charge will be made of 15 for tbe deed in sale of town lots, and 116 fa
other cases for t xpenres of sale, Including making and recording all papers.
Schedule price oi ranch subdivisions average |20 an acre, and for 5 to 12-acre lets, US.
Ter. per cent of cash payment (but in no case less than tOO) required at tall of ham
mer;_au_days to complete sale. Parties falling for 30 daya forfeit sum paid.
It*, Parlies going from Los Angeles take Pacific Coast Steamship Company's,
steamers from San Pedro to San Luis Obispo.
THE ABOVE AUCTION SALE 18 MADE UNDER THE AUSPICES Ot
THE PACIFIC COAST LAND BUREAU,.
_ (A CORPORATION),
CSF'Principal place of business, onpos te Palace Hotel, 618 Market street, aad IS
and 17 Post sireet, San Francisco. Sub-agencies in each county seat of the State.
President WENDKLL EASTON I Treasurer.... ANGLO-CALIFORNIAN BANK
Vice-President and General Manager, Seoretarv F B. WILDE
GEO. W. FRINK | Auctioneers EASTON A KLDHIDCnf
ft* PARTIES WISHING TO INSPECT SAID LANDS, with a view to purchasing
at the auction, or any of the company's lands at private sale, will be shown the properly
free of charge by applying at the company's office in Templeton.

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