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DAILY HERALD. THE COURTS. ■aprons) lssri-ls Bane. Court met at 10 a. m. Present, Mo- Kins try, Acting Chief Justice, presiding, Baarpsteio J., Temple J., McFarland J., and Patterson J. 11,512. Goldsom vs. Dunlap et al.— On motion* of Chapman and suggestion of the desth of Mr. M. F. Tyler one of the defendants herein, it was ordered that A. H. Duulap, executor, be substi tuted as defendant herein in place and stead of said deceased. Admission of J. M. Vast. On motion of P. D. Joy, Kiq., and presentation of license from the supreme Court of tne Stat* of Kansas, and evidenoe of good moral oharaotei, it is ordered thatl Jt. M. Vase be and is hereby admitted to prso ttoeesan attorney aud oounaelor iv all the courts of this Slate. 12.070. Hefflan vs. Bowers—Argued hy Dickens for appellant, and Luce for respondent, and submitted. 11 630. Deßedome vs. Briswalter et «L—Ou motion of Luce and pursuant to alipulat on on tile herein, it is ordered that the appeal herein be and the same la hereby dismissed. ■nporler Court-Department Two uardluer, J. In re insanity of G. M. Blumer—Ex amined snd ordered commuted, but re manded to the custody of a watchman lor further developments, •apartment Tnree-O'.Tlelveny, J. Dreher vs. Parsons—Default in this oause set aside, and all proceedings, since entering default, »et aside. Leave grant ed defendant to file his answer. justices' Courts. CITY COURT—AUSTIN, J. People v*. Dan Welch—Malieiou* mis «hief. Defendant discharged. People vs. Frank A. Lombard—Bat tery. Oa trial. People v«. Jame* Ash—Battery. Con tinued until April 2nih, at 10 a. m. TOWNSHIP OOURT—TANEY, J. P. People vs. P. White-Misdemeanor. Trial April 16th. at 2 p.m. People v*. Robles—Battery. Defend ant discharged. People vs. Goysneohe—Battery. Trial April 21st. The Grismer-Davies Troupe. To theater goers who have not seen lir. Grismer'* dramatization of Hngh Conway's powerful *tory, "Called Back," and whioh will be presented at the Opera House on Monday evening next, by the popular favorites, Joseph R. Grismer and Phoebe Davis. It is a most thrill ng play, *trong in plot and abound ing in dramatic action, and in this ver ■ion given the story Is most coherently and snccinctly told. And to those who have not read the novel upon wbich the drama is based, following i* a synopsis of the leading incidents: Gilbert Vaughn (Jo*. R. Grismer), a wealthy young Englishman traveling in Italy, is temporary blind through illness, and anon his recovery wanders out of his room in tbe evening unattended. En deavoring to return he loses his way and enters a house which he takes to be his own, but which is the residence of one Generi and hi* nephew, Antony Marcbe, and niece Pauline (Phoebe DavieL), and also the rendezvous of a band of political intriguers, of whioh Generi i* the leading spirit. Gilbert enter* the room ju»t at the moment when one of tbe plotter*, Macari, in a moment of anger ha* »tabbed Antony, and just in time to bear tbe shriek of Pauline a* the fall* to the floor in a dead faint. The oonspirator* are about to kill bim, when, seeing that be is blind, they drug and leave him. In the next act Gilbert, who has recovered his sight, meet* Pauline, and attracted by her beauty falls in love with her, and marries her after an acquaintance of but a few day. He soon discovers that she is not ia possession of her faculties, and learns with horror tbat she is demented. The appearance of Macari on the scene, claiming to be ber brother, and ber violent aversion and excitement at the sight of bim, gives Gilbert a clue to the loai of her reason, whioh he follows up, going to Siberia to interview Generi, who ha* been exiled for some political offense through Macari'* treachery, and from whom he learn* the truth. He re turns to find Pauline restored to reason, and in time to witness Macari being led to execution as a communist. Fulton Wells Items. Fulton Wills, April 8, 1887. We were sorry to see but few of tbe young people of the Literary Society present last Tuesdsy evening. This so oiety could and should be made both interesting and profitable. We hope there will b« v lull attendance at the next regular meeting. Rev. Thomas R. Curtis ha* jast sold his five acre lot for $2000. He paid $1000 a abort time sgo. This locality is heginning fo show it* adaptability for orange growing. Porter Bros, are paying $125 per box for the oranges in this locality on the trees, while they are paying less for the Azusa oranges delivered at the depot. They are remarkably free from the soale here. The new Methodi»t Church ia being rapidly built. Our people are not to be deprived of church service* much longer. Tho*e who are looking for a healthful and pleasant climate, good land and good water, also churches and school privileges, would do well to call on C. T. Widney, real estate agent. Rev. D. Fay, of Los Angeles, ha* bought 500 acres of land in our commu nity, and is rapidly putting it out in grapes. . _ Mr. Stephen Skidmore, of Downey City, will tint up a r.ew house on a choice town lot and will move his family over soon. We are always glad to wel come live and enterprising men, as Mr. Skidmore, to < ur lown. The Santa Fe railroad is rapidly ap proaching our town. Occasional. Board of Supervisors. Saturday April 9, 1887. Chairman Kowau waa authorized to leasj the southwest corner ot tho Jones buildiug on New High street, ai court room for Department Two of tbe Supe rior Cours, for a term not to exceed two years, at a monthly reutnl of SIOO. Tbe Board granted right of way and permission to construct street railroads to L L. Bradbury et al. from Monrovia to Duarti; to ihe Monrovia Street Rail road Company, at Monrovia; to VV. R. Borke, from Vermont avenne to Rose dale Cemetery; to Thomas Rhodes, from PasnriVia ava.iue, at the extreme north ern boundary of Los Angeles city, to & s'a stn et, Pntadena. Ttie B>ard adjourned until April 11, at 10 a m. Go and Get Caned. >: , eign Hat »t >re, »•> n. Main street. A «••:.« I-. !ji eu away to each purchaser of • hat, Btaimtat Betide choice bargaiui iu lota and colony land*, ha a 600 lota on the Installment plan— aaijar tnoruh aJtat the fjrst payment, with- BAfIBIWM HOUSE*. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF LOS AKULU. Capital Mook t>?00,000. Surplus 100,000. F,. ft BPENCB President J. F. CRANK Vice-President J. M. ELUOtr C»ahl*r Directors—J. P. Blcknell, J. F. Crank, H. Mahury, K. F. B pence, William Lacy, 8. H. Molt, J" M. Elliott. Stockholders—B'tste of A H. Wilcox, O. Wltherby, 8. H. Molt, J. F. Crank, A. L. Ltukershtm, E Hnlleubeck, E. V. Bpence, H. Mabtiry. F. Q Story, L. H. Carlton, Jas McCoy, J. D. Blcknell. William Lacy, J. M. Elliott P" l * LOS ANGELES COUNTY BANE, Temple Block,. Los Angeles, Cal. Capital Stock Paid Up. •100,000. Reserve fund, »100,000. JOHN E, PLATER President. R. 8. BAKER Vice-President. GEO. H. STEWART Cashier. DIRECTORS. H. L. MacNutl, Jotham Bixbv, John E. Platbr, Robkkt 8. Baker, John A. Paxton, Geo. W. Prescott, R. M WIDNKY. fttfjf*Btr* ani> Sell Exchanob: On Ban Franc sco. New York, London, Paris, Berlin and Frankfort, jTJafr-Hov Exchanois on all parts of the United States and Europe. jrXsV-RKCEivB Money on open sccount and certlfleite of deposit, and do a general banking and exchange business. FARMERS' and MERCHANTS'BANK OF LOS ANOELXS. Established In 1868 Paid TTp Capital •800,000. Burplus aud Reserve Fund. •SOI »,000. Total U700,000. Isaias W. Bellman Pr sldent L. C. Goopwin Vice-President John Milnks Secretary BOARD OF DIRECTORS Isaias W. Hellman, I John 8. Griffin, O W Child*. I C. E. Thorn, . Phil Garuler, J. B. Laukershim C. Ducommun, | Jose Mascarel. gM9"~ Exohasge for sale on New York, London, Frankfort, Dublin, Paris and Ber lin. Receive depo-lts aud issue their cer tificates Buy aud sell Governments, State, County and City Bonds. Southern California National Bank, Nadeau Block. JOHN I. KEDICK President L. N. BREED Vice-President WM. F. BOBBYBHELL Cashier Paid in Capital •100,000. Authorized Capital. •500,000. Directors—L. N. Breed, H. T. Newell, H. A. Barclay, Charlea E Day, Alexander Pen •ney, D M. Graham, X C. Bosbyshell, M. Hasan, Frank Rader, William F. Bosbyshell, John I. Redlck. 124 tf Los Angeles Savings Bank, 130 NORTH MAIN STREET. Capital •300,000 L. C. GOODWIN President J. V. WAOHTEL Secretary J. W. Hellman. John E. Plateb, Robert 8. Bakes, John A. Paxton, L. C. Goodwin. Term deposits will be received in sums of *li v aud over. Ordinary deposits In sums of tlO sn 1 over. fgjs-Money to loan on first-class real estste. Los Angeles, July 1,1"4 ivl tf Los Angeles National Bank, Cor. First and Spring Sts. surplus •»5,000 Capital 83<>0,000 GEO H BONEBRAKK President. JOHN BRYSON, SB Vice-President. F. C. HOWES Cashier. DIRECTORS. Dr. W G Cochran, H. H. Markham. Perry M Oreen John Bryson. Sr., Da. H. Sinsabacgh, F.C.Howes, GBOROK H. BONEBRAKK gjm-Excbange for sale on all the prlnci pal cities of tbe United States and Europe. mtB Maverick National Bank, BOSTON, MASS. CAPITAL ... •400,000 811H PLCS . 800,000 Accounts of Banks, Bankers and Corpora tions solicited. Our facilities for COLLECTIONS are ex cellent and ws re-discount for Banks when balancea warrant It. Boston ls a Reserve City, snd balances with us from Banks (not located in other Reserve Cities) count as a reserve. We draw our own Exchange on London and the Conti- ent, and make Cable Trans fers aud place money by telegraph through out tbe Uni ed States and Canada. Government Bonds bought and sold, and Exchanges In Washington made for Banks without extra charge. Ws have a market tor prime first-class In vestment Securities, and invite proposals from States, Counties and Cities when Issu ing bonds. We do a general Banking business, and Invite correspondence. ASA P. POTTER, Pres<dent. JOS. W. WORK, Cashier. Ja2«wAsa-tf Lllmhkk yak us. J. M. GRIFFITH COMPANY, Lumber Dealers, MANUFACTURERS OF Doors, Windows. Blinds. Stairs, BTAIR RAIL, BALLUSTERB, Newell Posts, and mill work of every de scription, and dealers in Lime, etc. 63t ft. Alameda St„ Los Angeles. Willamette Steam Mills Lumbering & Manufacturing Company, Formerly the Oregon Lumber Company. Oregon pine aid California Kenwood Lower Of every description at their new yard Oi Date. CLwez aid Mission Streets, As have a fine stock of LATHS, PICKETS BHINGLEB and FINISHING LUMBER of a superior quality. We are also prepared to fill orders on ahort notice for bu ding materials of every do ?criptton. Particular attention paid to orders for un usual lengths and dimensions. Orders solicited. jyie-tf J. A. RUBB, Agent. KEPCKHOFF-CUZNER 111 and tabßr Company, Manufacturers of snd dealers In Lumber, Doors, Blinds, Windows, EASTERN OAK, ASH, HICKORY, WALNUT AND POPLAR, And a Eancy Parquetry Floo of hird -vood a specialty. AND ALL RINDS OF MILL WORK Ifard aud Mill, corner Alameda A If coy Bte. Telephone No. 8. P. 0. Box »*. uo«28 tf PERKY MOTT&OO¥ LUMBER YARDfc AND PLANING MILLS NO. 78 GOMrVIF.RGIAL. BTREEI irrsotf i he Eactern office of this Journal le with Messrs. PALMER A REV, 40 Tribune Building, New YorK, and all orders for | Eastern advertisements must come through them. In Town and Hamlet The seeds of intermittent and bilious re mittent fevcrgerminate and bear evil fruit. No community hsa altogether escaped it. Iv populous wards of larse cities bad sew era*, causes it, and in their suburbs stag nant pools iv sunken lots breed it. There Is at once a remedy and a means of preven tion. Its name is Hostetter s Stomach Bit ters, which is, without peradventure, the most potent antidote in existence to the ma larial virus. Fortified with this ncimnar ablc saving specific, miasmatic influences may' be encountered with absolute impu nity Disorders of the stomach, liver and bowels, begotten by miasma-tainted water, or sny other cause, succumb to the beoefl cent corrective named, and rheumatic, kid ney snd b'adder troubles are surely remov able by its use when it is given a persistant trial. free Vaccination. Health offioe free vaccination located on Fort street, between Second and Third, In a tent on city grounds. Eagleson&Co., =50= NORTH SPRING STREET. New Spring and Snmmer Goods, CONSISTING OF Light-weight Underwear, HOSIERY, FANCY SHIRTS, TRAVELING 8888 H H II RRRR TTTTT 8888 8 8 H HII R R IS ■ 8 H HII R R TB 8 H HII R R T 8 8888 HHHH II RRRR T SSBB SH HHR R | | 8 8888 8 s sa s s ? w: NECKWEAR, Collars and Cuffs, Etc. PRICES LOW. Eagleson&Co, -50- NORTH SPRING STREET. apt-Sin AMI SEIWBMTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE, Main street, bet Flnt and Second. H. C. WYATT : Manager One Week, Commencing Easter IHonday April litis, ONLY MATINEE SATURDAY ! Engagement or the Popular Favorites, •' JOSEPH B. WHISMER '.' it » —AHD— PHOEBE I»AVIES, Supported by a Carefully Selected Company IN THE FOLLOWING REPERTOIRE : Monday Called Back _ . , _ ~ (The Field of Honor, Tuesday and Friday j or . KrJXH . B devotion Wednesday The Wages of Sin Thursday Monte Cristo Saturday A Hoop of Gold fjaje-Prlces of Admission—Parquet and Dress Circle, $1; Balcony, 50c. No extra charge for reserved sests. Sale of seats commences Thursday at 10 A. M. ape-ltt WASHINGTON GARDENS. OSTRICH FARM. gmf BIRDS NOW ON VIEW Admission, 85 Cents. Take the Main-street oar«, which stop at the gate. CAWBTON & FOX, Lessees. 3 a -a § I S Q SS s rr- 1 M J ? 9 fh go tS: « era v t 2 os 5 PL, < —h ffl r . O N4' h E—l o OP 9 o s li C-P g Los Angeles Novelty Works, ft ARCADIA BTREET, OPP. WELLS 0 Fargo A Co, mannfocturer of Seal Presses. Rubber Stamps and o itflts. Steel, Bank Brass S amps, Badges, Stencils, etc. ' apS-lm THOB. C. DOUGHERTY, Prop. LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD* APRIL 10. 1887. PROCLAMATION! The Board of Supervisors of Los Angeles county hereby give notice, pursuant to the proolamatic v of the Governor of the State of California, that an election will be held throughout Los Angeles county on Tuesday, tbe If th llur of April, IBBT. The polls must be oyeLed one hour after sunrise on the morning ot the day of elec tion, and must be kepi open until sunset of that day, when the atme must be closed, at which election the qualified electors throughout the county of Los Angeles are to vote on the following propositions, vU: The amendments to the Constitution, which are rcspec'ively designated •'Amendment Number One." " Amendment Number Two." " Amendment Number Three." And it is hereby ordered that the polls be opened for tho purpose set forth lv the fore going proclamation at Ihe places herein named, aud the following named persons are hereby appointed inspectors and judges of said election, vis: Anaheim—At Planters' Hotel; Theo. Rim pau, inspector; J. P. Zeyn and H. L. Paty, judges. Artesia—At schoolhouse: James Hay, In spector; J. v. Courtney and A. K. Coward, judges. Azosa—At Central Schoolhouse; J. C. We-t, Inspector; John Snelton and John McNlsb, judges. Cahuenga—At schoolhouse; Ibos. Smith, Inspector; A. Rnhllng and James L. Tucker, judges. * Conpton—At Haylock Hotel; A. P. Bent ley, inspector; John A. Bullls and J. J. Mor ton, judges. _ Cienega—At Park Stntinn; William Dry den, luspector; F. K. Slaughter and a. M. Davidson, judges. Downey—At Cochran's office; I. N. Coch ran, inspector; F. M. Mathews and W. T. East, judges. Duarte—At schoolhouse: A. G, Miller, In spector; W. P. Wrigbtand L. Barnes, Judges. El Monte-At Dodsou's Hetel, M. 8. WII Bon, inspector; J. T. Uaddex and J. C. Hau non, judges. _ ~ Elisabeth Lake—At schoolhouse; David Maxwell. Inspector; M. H. Cralue and Jas. Hefner, judges. Fsir i.aks—At Fair Oaks Sohoolhouse; M. D. Painter, inspector; L N. Sewell and C. D. Curtis, judges. _ _ Florence-At schoolhouse; J. F. Durrell, inspector; G. W. Juden and G. A. Blakeslee, judges. . Fountain Valley—At schoolhouse lo Wll lows: Patterson Bowers, inspector; J. M. Chapmau snd Uriah Mnrtln, judges. Fruitland—At schoolhouse; Ben. Colling, luspector; J. W. Batcheller and J. M. Mont gomery, judges. . Garden Grove— At school hoase; J. D. Price, Inspector; Dr. H. W. Head and D. Webster, judges. , , Garvanxo— At hotel; A. W. Palmer, in spector; Sam Corwln and F. M. Prinoe, judges. Lancester—At schoolhouse; J. G. Wlcker sham, inspector; Sberer and George ueorge, judges. _ _ Laug's Station—At schoolhouse; W, H. Thomas, Inspector; A. J. Smith and John Lang, Judges. _ La Ballona—At schoolhouse; Ansen Rose, Inspector: J. L. Machado and J. Saens, • judges. Los Nietos—At sohoolhouse; C. A. Con man, Inspector; E. Poyoreno and William Russell, judgea. , _ , Las Virgtues— At Vejar Hotel; Dolores Vejar, Inspector; J Creviston and B. Botll ler, judges. . _ . Long Beach—At Long Beach Hotel; E. A. Tee), inspector; J. W. Bixby and A. A. Lewis, judges. Laguna—At schoolhouse; H. S Thompson, inspector; W.H.Brooks and K. J. French, judges. LOS ANGELES CITY. First Precinct—At Esst Los Angeles Hose House, J. M. Thonns, Inspector; D. W. C. Frankdns aud R H. Chapman, judges. Second Precinct—At Southern Hotel, C. B. Wood head, inspector; Thomas Goss and Jos. Mullally, judges. Third Preciuot—At White House, Frank Maroh, inspector; John A Cline and K. Mo louy,judges. Fourth Precinct—At Court House, L Bix by, inspector; Chas. E. Day and Charles Coulter, judges. Fiftn Precinct—At Confidence Engine, J. W Wolfskill, Inspector; U. D. Barrows and O H. Bliss, judges, Sixth Precinct—at Tucnvereln Hall, 8. B. Caswell, Inspector, Charlea Maltby and J. A. Graves, juug.t. Seventh Precinct—At Martin A Blchen bach's store, Capt. Wm. Moore, inspector; and George J. Dalton and Charles Parcels, j dges. Eighth Precinct—At Morris Viueysrd Hose House, J. H. mewart. Inspector; John D. Young and C.J Ellis, Judges. Ninth Precinct—At Cummlngs' store, D. E. Miles, inspector; George Cummlngs and E. H. Sanderson, judges. Tenth Precinct—At Sixth street car sta tion, J. R. Tobermao, Inspector; 8. C. Hub bell and J. 8. O'Nell, judges. Monte Vista—At school house, E. G. Par iah. Inspector; T. Valdes snd J. 8. Simmons, judges. Newport—At Newport store; A. P. Kuffel, inspector; A. Cole and J. H. Moesser, judges. Newhall—At Boynton Hall: J. R. Murpkv, inspector; Ch. Learning and M.;McCormack, judges. Norwalk—At Vance's shop; M. O. Settle, Inspector; T. D. Sacketl and 8. G. Baker, judges. Old Mission—At Bayse's store; J. H. Tem ple, inspector; J. D. Durfee and G. D. Mc Craig, judges. Orange—At Orange Hotel; N. Hamilton, inspector; T. J. Lockhart and E. W. Squires. Judges. Pasadena—At Williams' office; R. Wil liams, Inspector; J. W. Wood and A. O. Bris tol, judges. Pomona—At office of J. E. McComas; J. L. Overton, inspector; J. G. Keed and T. C. Thomas, judges. Ravena—At schoolhouse; D. A. Wagner, Inspector; James Robertson snd G. D. Bush, judges. Rowland—At store; J. A. Haskell, In spector; i. W. Hudson and Al Bowland, judges. San Fernando-At Maclay Hall; H. W. Grlswold, inspector; A. C. Hall and H. C. Hubbard, Judges. San Pedro—At Phillip A Eisen's store; Geo. H. Peck, Inspector; W. H. Moulthrop and Fred Burkle, judges. San Autonio— At shool house; N. M.Shir ley, inspector; F. J. Barretto and F. K. Cock, judges San Gabrlel-At Bayley's Hotel; B. J. Bay ley. Inspector: O. A. Stevens and J. A. Cooper, Judges. Santa Ana—At Layman's Hot»l; George W. Freeman, inspector; B. H. Dibble and H. Nelll, judges. Spadra—At hotel; A. H. Tufts, inspector; George M. Smith snd James M. Fryer, judges, San Juan—At schoolhouse; J.B.Congdon, inspector; H, G. Bosenbaum and M. A. Forster, judges. danta Monioa—At Santa Monica Hotel; George Boehme, inspector; B. B. Tanner and L. J. Giroux, judges. Bepulveda—At Glendale schoolhouse; J. F. Dunsmoor, Inspector; E. T. Byram and Robert Devine, judges. Bierra Madre—At schoolhouse; P.T. Reed, inspector; N. H. Hosmer and W. B. Crisp, Judges. South Pasadena—At schoolhouse; 0. B. Dougherty, inspector; David Collier and L. C. Winston, judges. Silverado—At schoolhouse: J. E. Pleas ants, inspecnr; Isaac Harding and F. P. Carpenter, judges. Ttistiu—At Tustln's store; C. W. Wilcox, inspector; George Irvine and H. L. Eddy, Judges. Trabucco—At «choolhouse; P. W. Straw, luspector; J. E. Crane and W. K. Bobinson, judges. Vernon—At schoolhouse; B. Knowlton, Inspector! James Haddock and John Moore, judges. Westminster—At schoolhouse; E 8 House, luspector; J. M. Clark and S. J. Flnley, judges. Wilmington—At Railroad 8aloon; John Kennedy, inspector; F. M. Butler and 8. G. Thompson, Judges. Yorba—At schoolhouse: L. W. Klrby, In spector; Felipe Yorba aud F. W. Hazen, Judges. By order of tho Board of Supervisors of Los Augeles county. California 0. H. DUNBMOOR, Clerk. UIN MAM & BRYANT Real Estate Agents, Office, Cor. Third and E Sts., San Herimrdliio, - California. m 2. 3m. CAILFORNIA ROSES! Strong, vigorous, well-rooted plants; also Fucshia., Vcrbenax.Ueraniums.llellotropes or Chrysanthemums, in variety. All fllue sorts, IZforsll 00-mv selection: free by mail; all labeled. Cash with tho order. Address to W. A. T. UTRAXTON, apr.4 lm, Petalums, Cal. WM. T. COLEMAN & CO.. : Shipping and Commission Merchants, . San Francisco, New York, Chicago. | AGENCIEB OF WM. T. COLEMAN A CO. AT London, Liverpool, Astoria, Or., and Los Angeles ; With agents and brokers in every commercial city ol prominence in the Union. OUR LOS ANGELES AGENCY Makes a specialty of handling the products of Southern California. WINES, BRANDIES, OR4.NGES, RAISINS, DRIED FRUIT, HONEY, CANNED FRUIT, HONEY, ETC., ETC. jpsVAgents for Re al Baking Powder, Walter Bakei & Go's Chocolate Kingsford's Oswego i-tarch. Also, agents for American Oil Company* Whale Oil Soap. WM. L. LOCKE, Manager Los Angeles Agency, myHlylp 7 5 NOBTH arPrBIHSTQ- 8T IVANHOE 700 Acres in Los Angeles DIVIDED INTO ONLY 1300 LOTS I PRICES OF LOTS. Up to 100 Feet Front, $130. Half-acre Lots, $200. From 1-2 to 1 Acre, $300. From Ito 4 Acres, $400. 8 Acre Lots, $780. TERMS—One-fifth cash, balance in eight equal monthly payments, with out interest. These prices will continue only until June 1, 1887, when they will positively be advanced. All who purchase before that date will have the benefit of the advanced prices. The entire tract is beautifully situated, with a charming view, pure air and water and perfect drainage. The Ostrich Farm Dummy Railroad runs through the tract, with a five-cent fare guaran teed to and from the center of the city. This road will be completed to the tract July 1,1887. Pure and abundant water will be piped through all the streets The title to tne property is absolutely perfect. A complete abstract will be kept in the office of the Company for the inspection of all purchasers, and a certificate of title will be furnished to each buyer with his deed. This tract is situated upon the hills, Which are rapidly becoming the most desirable residence por tion of the city. The soil is a warm, sandy loam, free from frost, being in what is known as the warm belt. The elevation is such that the tempera ture is more even than in the city. NOTE—THE FIRST PURCHASERS HAVE FIRST CHOICE. Free carriage to the tract every day from the office of the agents, at 9A. M. and 1:30 P. M. Maps and circulars and all information can be had from Byram & Poindexter, Managers, »7 WEST FIRST STREET. BANK BLOCK. Reference, by permission: Los Angeles National Bank. 6m OCCIDENTAL PRESBYTERIAN UNIVEESITT. PURE AIR IB HEALTH FOR THE BODY! EDUCATION IS HEALTH FOR THE SOULI And the opportunity to secure both is rarely offered. It can be found now by buying a lot in the Occidental Heights Tract! A subdivision of the donation lands of the great Presbyterian College, whose foundations are now being laid. The OCCIDENTAL. UNIVERSITY Situated just outside the oity limits, on the east, on a high platoon, commanding most delighttul views in every direction. Free from the fogs which prevail in tho western portion of the city, and receiving daily a delightful sea breezij uucontaminated by tho smoke and smells of the city. The proceeds of these lots form the building fund of the University, and they are put on the market at a low prloe to insure immediate sale. The land is level as" a floor, situated near the end of Stevenson avenue, wbich will soon be the most imposing street in the city, and upon which responsible parties are now under bonds to construct a Street Railroad within a short time. The purest soft water may he had at a depth of 30 feet, and arrangements are being perfected for an abundant supply of pure Mountain Water to be piped to the Tract. It is tbe intention of the Trustees to open the College for the reception of stu dents next Fall with the ablest Faculty in the State; aud the moment Its hal s open for tustruction the value of these lots will Increase .five fold. This is a chance that occurs BUT ONCE IN A LIFETIME. A chance to secure a delightful home, with puro water pure air, soul-inspiring scenery and the highest possible grade of education at your yery door, and all within a short Ftreet car ride of the busiuess portion of the city. What cau any mortal ask for more? THESE LARGE LEVEL LOTS are for sale from $16Q TJFWAKDS, FOB A SHOUT TIME ONLY, BY THE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA UND LEAGUE, BURCH and BOAL, Agents,' 1 NO 60 N. MAIN STREET, EOS ANGEEEB. aS lm LEO SI,. NOTIC^TIMWiULTUHEr^ UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE, LOB Angeles, Cal., March 16, 1887.— Com plaint having been enured at tula ofllce by Ilelurlch Bcheel against Andrew McFarlaud, for failure to comply with law as to Timber Culture Enlry, dattd January 26,1M4, upon the SWW of Section 24, Township 8 N, Range 15W, in Loa Angeles couuty,California,with a view lo th» cancellation of said entry, contestant alleging that said Andrew MeFsr laud has fulled to break, plow, or cause to be broken or piowed, any laud of suid claim whatever, the said parties are hereby sum moned to appear at this olllcc on the 3rd day of June, at 10 o'clock a. M., to re spend aud furnish testimony concerning said alleged failure. . „ I D BETHI NX, Register. J. W. llaverstick, Receiver. m 29 30t Notice for Publication. LAND OFFICE, LOS ANGELES, FEB ruary 18, 18S7 r Notico is hereby given tnat the fo lowing 1 named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proo In support of his claim, and thai said proo will be made before the Register aud Re -1887 viz* ■ Au «cles, Cal., on April 16 • ' SOLOMON BHIRPSER, Homestead Application No. 1007. for the lot '-', KW of lot 6, and E% of lot 1, secth.u 4, township b nonh, ra .ge VI west, 8. B. M. He names the following witnesses to prove bis continuous residence upon, and cultiva tion of, said laud, viz: J. Watklns Geo Delph. C. C. Jeffries, H. Marteen, of Alpine Station. J. D. BETHUNE, Register. 1215 Notice of Application for Franchise. NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN application will be made to the Hoard of Stinervi.ors of Los Angeles county, State o' California at their office In the oourt house, in Los Augeles city. In said Los An geles county, ou Monday, the 21 dly of May, 1887, at the openiug ot the session of said Board of tbat day, or as sonu thereafter ss the application cau be heard, by the un dersigned for authority to construct a wharf upon tbe slough or inlet known as San Pedro creek, or the inner Bay of Ban Pedro, near the town of Wilmington, being one mile, more or less, in a southwesterly direction from the old Wilmington wharf; said slough, Inlet or oreek, Deiug a branch of the Ban Pedro harbor, on the Paoifle ocean; and to take tolls for the use of said whsrf, for the term of twenty years. The locstion and description of said wharf be ing as follows: Beginning at Station No. One of the offl clsl survey of Lot Oue, in Section eight. Township five south, Range thirteen west, San Bernardino Meridian, known as Mor mon Island, lv Los Angeles county, Cali fornia, according to the United Statea pa tent thereof, recorded in book three of patents, records of Loa Angeles county, page 73; and running thence along the line ol said official survey and as restirveyed March 29-.b, 1887. by Charles T. Healey, sur veyor, notth 9°, east 582.62 feet: thence north I°, east 504 90 feet; tbence north 11°, west 863 feet; tbence north 19%°, west 563.64 feet: thence north I°, west 168.40 feet; tbence leaving said line of said official sur vey of said lot, west 30 feet: thence tenth 1° east 168.40 feet: thence south 19%°, east 563.64 feet; thence south 11°, east 3»» feet; thence west 70 feet; thence south I°, west*, 504.90 feet: thence south 9°, west 632.6; feef, thence east 100 feet, to tbe place of begin ning. Dated, this April Ist, ISB7. al-td WILLIAM BANNING. NOTICE—TIMBER CULTURE. UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE, LOB Angeles, Cal., March 25, 1887 —Com- Saint having been en ered at this office, by eo*ge H. Msrygold against James alia w, for failure to comply with law as to timber cul ture entry No. 988, dated March 10, 1885, upon the BE'4 Section 34, Township BN, Range 14 W, iv Los Angeles county, Califor nia, with a view to the cancellation of said entry, contestant alleging that said James Shaw has failed to break, plow or cause to be broken ten acres of laud, aud has not planted or sowed any part thereof, the said parties are hereby summoned to appear at this office on the 21st day of June, 1887, at 10 o'clock a. M , to respand aud tun ish testi mony concerning said alleged failure J. D. BETHUNE, Register. J. W. Haverstick, Receiver. mBO-lmo. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. •. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE county of Los Angeles, St ite of Cali fornia — In the matter of the esiate of ELIZABETH WIeBECKE, deceased.—No tice Is hereby glveu by the undersigned, administrator of the estate of hllsabeth Wiebecke, dec ased, to tbe creditors of, and all persons having claims against tbe said deceased, to exhibit them with the neces sary vouchers within ten months after tha first publication of this notice, to the said administrator at the office of GUssell, Smith A Patton, rooms 1,2, 3 and 4, 117 New High street, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said es tate lv tbe county of Los Angelea. JOHN KOHLMOOS, Administrator of the estate of Elisabeth Wlebecke, deceased. Dated March 29, 1887. m3O-lm NOTICE TO CREDITORS. ESTATE OF GASTON OXARART. DE oeased. —Notice is hereby given by I be undersigned, S. F. Gless, the executor of the last will of Gaston Oxarart, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against the (aid decease/!, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within ten months after the first p ibllcatlon o' this notice to the said eiecutor at tbe law office of Thomsa B. Brown, Boom No. 92 Temple Block, lv the city of Los Angeles, the same being tbe place for the transaction of the business of the said estate In the county of Los Angeles, State of California. 8. F. GLESS, Executor of the last will of Gaston Oxarart, deceased. Dated Los Augeles, C.1., April 6,1887. ap7-42t IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE COUNTY OF LOS ANGELEB, State of California—ln the matter of the estate of John Bumm, deceased. Pursuant to an order »ade by the Judge of said court this 28th day of March, 1887, notice is hereby given that Monday, the 80th day of April, 1887, at 10 o'clock am, at the court rooms of thl- oourt, iv the city and county of Los Angeles, has been appointed as the time and place for the hearing of the pe tition of J. I. Wr-ndworth praying tbat tbe executors of said estate make a conveyance of certain land in tbe town of Santa Monloa to said J J. Woodwoith upon the payment by him of a certain amount of money to said estate in said eontrct sgreed to be psid. C. H. DUNBMOOB, Clerk. By L. J. Thompson, Deputy. mrSl 4w Notice to Creditors. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE county of Los Angeles, State of Califor nia, No. 5939. In the matter of tbe estate of Samuel Keefer, deceased. Notice fs hereby given by the undersigned Administratrix of tbe estate of Samuel Keefer deceased, to tbe creditors of, and all persons having claims against tbe raid deceased, to exbibic ithem with the necessary vouchers within ten months after tbe first publication of this notice to the said Administratrix at her res idence, Monrovia, California, or at the ofllce of Blcknell & White, Rooms 11-15, Temple Block, that being ber place for the transaction of the business of said estate in the county of Los Angeles, Cal fornla. ELIZA JANE KEEFER, Administratrix nf the estate of Samuel Keefer, deceased. Dated at Los Augeles City, April 0,1887. Apr. IU-30t Notice to Contractors! Bids for the brick work on building 95x14 and according to pirns to be seen at the of tler of the Los Angeles Gas Company, will be received up to Thursday, April 14th, at 12 o'clock M.; building to be completed ou or before May Mith next. The right to reject any aud all bids is reserved by the under signed. 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