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did he tee him hand one to »ny other person. . , . , Ed. Vallikett testified that he had worked iv tbe office of the Pomona Pro grew. Saw the pamphlet in the office of the Pomona Progress Set up part of the pamphlet in ihat office. Mr. Stephens gave him the matter and he set it up. It was in the opinion of the wit ness in the writing of Stephens. The boy who was working ihere took them out of tbe , tfiee. Home of tne type is lett standing still. X. H. Keeney—Did not set up any part of the pamphlet. Saw some of tho pamphlets on the pross in the Progress office. Plaintiff here rested his oase. Upon motion to dismiss, Justice Taney al lowed it as to Col. Wells und held Messrs. Thornton and Stephens in $000 each. DAIl^HERALD. Arrival and Departure of Mails at Los Angeles. r r I —. . ! id whv. il.|M ax I , « 8.ao <w 4.00 6.0 L.ao , e.oo 8 80 4 00 ».«' 4.SO S;W 4.00 8.00' 4.30 I 8 5U 4.10 IU.30 4.S0 0.30 4.00 10.30 8.00 J7.08 . J «•» J A 30 8.00; ... i 10.00 3.40 0.30| 2.00 850 I i3 ° »:W S-SO'll-W *OI>_ >i An I CoUDties On Tuesday evoning, April 19th, the legitimate oomedian, Mr. Roland Reed and his superior company, who have just completed a brilliant engagement at the Bush-street Theater, San Francisco, will begin an engagement at the Graud, pre senting Humbug tbo first three nights aud Cheek the remainder of the week. THE COWLES BABY. rum csrsnar'a Jury Flud I rank l Ayers Kesponslble. A short time since, it will be remem bered, a case of crnelty to ohildren was brought to light through a oharge of tight- J jag in whioh Frank Ayers and Pedro j Oareia took part. At the trial Ayers , was sent to the county jail for fifty days j and tbe charge against Garcia was dis- 1 missed, it being shown that he had only , become involved by reason of his step- j ping in to prevent the beating of Mrs. Florence Cowles. When the officers Tinted the residence of Mrs. Cowles they found tbe children in a very pitiful ou ditioo, and especially the baoy, called "Baby Bunting," which was iv a horri bly filthy atate, aud had been injured in the fracas that occurred at the time Garcia interfered. George and Florence Cowles were tried ou the charge cf cru elty to children, and were sentenced to ninety pays in the county jiil. Yester day morning the baby died acd an in quest was held in the afternoon by Cor oner Meredith. The jury, after care fully considering the cvi ence, found that the baby came to its death by reason of iojuries to the head and body at the hiuda of Frank Ayers. This will neces sitate the trial of that youug man for murder. The witnesses in the case testilied as follows: Dr. L E. Cohn testified that death was -nperinductd by the injuries to the head. Mrs. Dr. Dorthea Lummis testified that she saw the child about four hours after tbe fight iv which the ch:ld was ii-jured. The child was very much emaciated, and had bruises over the base of tbe brain extending over half of tbe left side of the head. Its back was raw nearly up to the shoulder blades. It was horribly dirty and iv dirty clothes covered with vermin. She took the child lo the Woman's Home, where it died from the injury to the head. Offioer P. W. Deekman test tied that on tbe sth of April ho was informed that there was a tight over at Co» le»' place. He went over and taw Pee Garcia aud Frank Ayers clinched and fighting and saw the child in tbe arms ot a Spanish woman, a sister-in-law of P. Garcia, Mrs. Cowles r»n and took the baby from the arms of the Spanish lady and had it in her arms when Frank Ay us stru k at her, hi tmg the baby on the"eft temple. He then struck at her agaiu and hit the baby between the left shoulder and theleft hip. He had nothing iv his hand at the time. Mrs. Cowles said that Frank Ayers was the father of (he child and that they were trying lo kill it. After arreatitg tbe two men, Gatcia and Ayers, and Mrs. Cowles, he went back and saw the buby. It had a mark on its left Temple, a blue spot ou its left side, snd was perfectly raw from its knees tv ita navel, in front, and in the same condition on tbe back to its shoul ders. Its clothes were tilled with ver min. Mrs. Cowles and Frank Ayers were very drunk at the lime. Pedro Garcia testified that he had been told by his sister-in-law that there was a row in the Cowles house. She told hint to go over and get the baby, as it was lying on the ground. He went over and tried to get the child, bat Fiank Ayers took bold of him and said he had no right ?o take the child. The child was lying on the ground,' and they were fighting around and over it. Mrs. Cowles and Frank Ayers were vary drunk at the t ; me. Mrs. Conception Lopez testified that her attention was attracted by a fight at the Cowles house, and she saw Frank Ayers strike Mrs. Cowles, who had the baby in her arms. He knocked her and tbe baby down. She then got up, and Ayers knocked her down again, and the baby, also. Witness then told her brother-in-law, P. Garcia, to go and get the baby, or they would kill it. He went to get the baby, and Frank Ayera commenced to fight with Pedro Garcia. Witness then took tbe baby out of bis arms and took it home. THE LIBEL CASE. Messrs. Thornton and Stephens Held in •500 Ball Each. The examination of Messrs. Thornton and Stephens on a charge of libel pre ferred by Mayor Bell, was continued be fore Jnatice Tansy last evening and was oat considerably shorter than was the previous examination upon a similar charge with x similar result. The charge against Col. Wells waa dismissed and Messrs. Thornton and Stephens were held in $500 bail each. Daniel Kevane testified that he re -ceived a pamphlet labeled "L fe of Horace Bnll," sometime in February from Mr. Thornton, who said it was not intended for him especially. Mr. Thornton said be did not care who saw it. He wanted every one to tee them. Mr. Wella and Mr. Thornton were com iii</along together. After they passsd Mr. Thornton turned urouud and gave witness the'pamphlet. Mr. Wells atoo pe-l and also turned around nnd stood looking at him. He was not over two .steps off at that timo. After the pamphlet had been delivered they both walked off together. When Col. Wells tnrned aaouud he had a smile on his face. ■Judge A. J. King testified that he had received a pxmphlet entitled "The Life of Bell," from Mr. Thornton on the street at the same time Mr. Kevane had received one. Mr. Wella turned around and looked at Mr. Tborton when he gave witness the pamphlet. They walked off t gether. Maj ir Bell testified that the circula tion of the pamphlet had been brought ap in the encampment. He accused Mr. Oard of circulating it, While this was going on Messrs. Thornton and Wella came up. Afterward he went down slaire: he a»w Thornton distribut ing the oireulara and Wella waa along. Witness rela-ed bow he had followed the two and bad seen Mr. Thorton band out tbe circulars with Mr. Wells stand ing near by at the same time. In the encampment Mr Wells aad Thornton were sitting together throughout the aesoion. Cross- Examined—Never saw the pam phlet ia the possession of Col. Welle, nor BY JOHN" C. BELL & CO. Large Auction and Credit Sale IN THE Xi ll i n i i. CITY OF SAN BERNARDINO On Saturday, April SO, 1887. BY JOHN C. BELL & CO., All the Lots in the Valuable Fairbanks Addition To the Depot, being tho most valuable business and residence lots in SAN BERNARDINO. Also a number of Elegant Villa Lots. Particulars hereafter. The above are to be sold by order of N. H. FAIRBANKS, ESQ. Every lot without reserve. Title Perfect. EST EXCURSIONS Will run from Los Angeles, San Diego, Riverside and other points at excursion rates. TERMS OF SALE.—One-third cash, one-third ln 6 months, one-third in 12months; 10 per cent, on the fall of the hammer. f*«-Full particulars may be learned of FAIRBANKS A WILSON, 261 Third Street, San Bernardino, or of apl3 8t JOHN <J. KDl.l , Auctioneer, 17 Temple lllock. PROVIDENCIA RANCHO!" 17,000 ACRES, MOUNTAIN AND VALLEY, THE FINEST BODY OF LAND IN LOS ANGELES COUNTY! ONLY SIX rtIIi.ES FROM LOS ANUELES CITY LIMITS, ON the Southern Pacific mam line to San Francisco—Six Passenger Trains Daily! Side Tracks, Depct and other improvements ander progress. An Elegant Hotel and nine business and residence buildings now under contract tolbe erected in the nev town, which has been named BUEBANK, Now surveyed and laid; streets under contract for grading. WATER IN ABUNDANCE will be piped in front of each and every lot. The town Is located on an emi nence commanding a view of the entire Ban Fernando Valley on the north and west, while t..e city of Los Angeles is clearly perceptible to the south. The lauds embrace both foothill and valley property, and for quality and fertility cannot ! c surpassed in Southern California, and claimed by all ji dges to be specially adapted to the growth of ORANGES, LEMONS, LIMES, OLIVES and other fruits. ttW A plat of the town and prtces and terms of lots and acres can be obtained at the office of the PROVIDENCIA LAND AND WATER COMPANY, No. 15 Bryson Block, second floor, or of either of the following directors: T. W. T. RICHARDS, Secretary, Room la Bryson Block. L. T. GARNSEY, Room 16 Bryson Block. I J. DOWNENY HARVEY, Downey Block G. W. KING, 113 West First Street. W. H. GOUCHER, Cable Road o'flice, H. U MACNEIL, 16 Court Street. I Downey Block. E. E. HALL, 1 Lawyer Block. | D. BURBANKS, Main Street. mrSO-lm HYDE PARKT Charming new town on the line of the L. A. & S. M. R. R., now build ing from this city to the " NEW HARBOR AT LA BALLON A," 3% miles from city limits; overlooks the city of Los Angeles; plenty of GOOD WATER piped to the lots; each Lot 00x190 feet, fronting on 60-foot avenues. These are selling rapidly at $100; $40 cash, balance $10 per month, without in terest. Also, 5 and 10-acre Villa Lots surrounding the town. .©■"" Conveyances leave the office at 1 ;30 p. m. to show parties the beautiful property. M. L. WICKS or A. E. DITCH, Courthouse and Main Streets, Los Angeles, Cal. ap2-lm MEYBEEG BROS. R Artistic Gas Fixtures, I GAS GLOBES, A Gas Fitting II IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. fcftfi*.. jV estimates furnished. Temple, Spring and Main Streets, LOS ANGELES, CAL. apS-3m A Bargain in Cahuenga Lands. 200 Acres of Cahuenga Foothill Land THREE miles west of city limits, With Fine View of City, Valley and Ocean I tW RICH SOIL I PLENTY WATER I NO FROST ! -ajj PRICE PER ACRE, »176. APPLY TO H. H. WILCOX & CU. >p J4: m North Spring Street, Roland Reed. Los Angeles Produce Market. The following is the official record of the l*n Angeles Produ-c-e Exchange, corrected lally In the quotations, unleas otherwise stated, it la to be understood that the first figure is the highest price bid and the last she lowest price asked. These quotations are for round lots from first hands; for small lota out of store higher prices are WHEAT —Australian No. 1, white, 11.66 asked; Rye. $1 50 asked; Gold Drop, KM bid; White Russian, I SO, Bonora it 30; Defiance No. 1, seed or shipping, 11. 3 bid. OATS —IS bid. __ BARLEY —Feed No. l.Toc@*l.ls. CORN—Large yellow, carload lota, 81.05 bid, small carload lots, $1.10 asked. FLOUR—Pioneer and Crown $8.60 asked; L. A. XXXX Ex. Pat. Roll, 85.35. MILL F*.ED-Bran. .21 asked; Shorts, 123 isked; Mixed Feed, corn aud barley, 81.20 »sked: Cracked Corn. 11.20 asked: Cracked Barley,sl.2s asked :Ground Barley.Sl iossked Rolled Barley, 11.15 bid, $125 asked. GRAIN BAGS—Grain Bags M8,22x86, ißkcd; 1886 Calcutta spot, asked; Potato iacks, 3 asked; Mill Sacks, 6c asked. SEED—Alfalfa, uew.llo asked. ■ HAY- Barley. WB No. 1, new, $16.00 asked; \\ heat Hay, 116. . . POTATOES-Salt Lake, 82.25; new pota "bCrTEß—Fancy Roll. 160 per rb asked. ,'hoice Roll, 130 per ft) asked; Fair Roll, per ft 14c aske'l; Mixed Store, 10c per lb asked; Pickled Roll, 12J-40 per ft. asked. Pickled roll, new, 17c. CHEESE— Large. 12c asked; email, 13c -tsiert; small 3tt) hand, 14c. EGGS—Eggs, fresh, 22c. bid, 25c. asked. HONEY*—Extracted light, 4c@4Hc; Job lets,4s bid, 4Me asked: Amber, So bid; Comb, 10c(*liW OSIONS—Yedow Danver, Northern, $5.t0 asked. „ BEESWAX—Beeswax, 19c@11c. VEGETABLES MlXED—Chi'ea per ft, 12c bid: Garllc:6c.: Bcasked; Cabbage per 100 lbs 1.00(0)81.25; 81.25. BEaSs AND DRIED PEAS-Plnk No. 1, aew crop, II TO asked ; Lima, $2.5U@2.75, Navy, small. $2 00 bid; 82 25 asked; nlact eyed, 13 asked; Garvanzos, 14 asked; Green Field Peas, 12 50 aaked; Lentils, $5.00 asked. Red gpanish, 82. POULTRY—Hens No 1, per doz, $6.00 bid, old Roosters, per dozen. 85 bid; Young Roosters, per doz, 86.C0 bid. Broil ers, large, per dozen, $4.01 bid, Broil ers, small, per dozen, 83.00 bid; Ducks,per dozen, large.B7.so,bid; Ducks, Bmall, 86.0U; Turkeys, per lb, 16c. LIVE STOCK—Live Hogs, 3c®4C. DRIED FRUlT—Peaches, S. D. No. 1,12Uc inked, 15c bid: No. 2,75 c asked; do, peeled, 15c asked; do, B.D.peeled No. 2, V1%e askea; pitted Plums, 12He asked; Blackberrieß,l2Hc isked- Prunes. Cal, French new crop, toioc; Prunes, Cal, German, 8c asked; April ools, evaporated, 25c asked. APPLES—Evaporated Huntley's, 10c ask id; Hunt's Aldeu, 140 aaked; Suu Dried diced, 7c asked. RAISINS—i-ayers, $1.50 asked: Ex Lon don Layers, new: $1.75 asked; Three Crown Layers, new, 81.75 asked: Loose Muscatels 81.50; Bulk Raisins, 50 asked. Dried grapes, 2c. NUTS—Walnuts new, llc@lse; Peanuta, oal.No. L 6c asked; do, No. 2, 3c asked; do Eastern, 7><,c asked : Almonds, S. S., 18c ask ed ! Almonds, HS, 10c. . . CITRUS FRUITS — Oranges. 1.75 asked; Lemons, seedling per box, 82.00 asked; Lem. ons, Eureka and Lisbon ocr box, 83.50 asked. HIDES — Dry, leo bid; Kip, 15c bid; Oalf, bid. Cullsjj less. SKINS—Short wool, each, 15c@30c; Long irool, each, $1 bid; Shearlings, each, 10c bid. WOOL—Spring Clip, per ft, Bc@loo bid. PROVISIONS—Extra lignt bacon, clear, 11c asked; Light clear, 10c asked; Clear medium, 10c asked; Medium bacon, 9c asked; heavy bacou Be. LARD—4olb!ins, 9c per lb;i>-iD pails, 9}* c per lb; 51b palla, 9J4c p»" lb; 10 lb paila, 9c per lb. HAMS-Eastern sugar cured, 16c; Cali fornia, 12Xc Perfect soundness of body and mind Is possible only with pure blood. Leading medical authoritlesof all civilized countries endorse Aycr's Sarsaparllla as the best blood-purifying medicine in existence. It vastly Increases the working and productive powers of both hand and brain. Holmes Ac Scott. Dealers in coal, wood, hay and grain, 157 S Spring atreet Free to All. That nobby cane was given to me at the Chicago Hat Store, No. 35 N. Main street. A cane Is given free to each purchaser of a hat. Free Vaccination. Health office free vaccination located on Fort street, between Seoond aad Third, in a tent on city grounds. A New Lumber Yard Saa been established by the Schallert-Ga aahl 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. T. F. Joyce, Building Contractor and Brick Manufac turer. North Main atreet. Bricks for tale. Dr. Henley's Remedy—Excessive mental Labor. Only those persons whose vocation de mands mental labor can appreciate the ne cessity of brain food, and to these we call attention to I>r. Henley's Celery, Beef aud Iron, which Is not only food for the brain, but is also a tonic for the blood, offordtng building material to the system, its con stituent parts being daily used by the lead ing physicians of Europe and Amerfca ln 1 their practice. Writers, above all others, should look into the medicinal qualities of Celery, Beef and Iron. It ia for Bale by all druggista. IIaStS«aB*BTOKED. RgSfUBT ni inn Ann frek - oiyooth llKlllllUUU 'ul imprudence, causing premature decay, nerv ous debility, loat manhood, etc., having tred ln vain every known remedy, has dis covered "a talmple self-core which he will send FREE to hla fellow sufferers. Addreaa C. J. MASON. Portofflce box 8179, New York city. LOS ANGELES DAILY HEBALD, APRIL 17. 1887. TO HOME-SEEKERS AND SPECULATORS ! If you desire a bargain in handsome building lots situated in East Los Angeles, apply to T. J. FLANAGAN, 269 North Main street, as he is offer ing his entire property for immediate sale, consist ing of 100 lots. g-g"See maps at 269 North Main street. apia-tf WM. T. COLEMAN & CO., Shipping and Commission Merchants l San Francisco, New York, Chicago. AGENCIES OF WM. T. COLEMAN & CO. AT London, Liverpool, Astoria, Or., and Los Angeles With agents and brokers ln every commercial city of prominence in the 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. Ustr"Agentß for Ro'al Baking Powder, Walter Bakoi A Co's Chocolate. Kmgsford's Oswego Starch. Also, agents for American Oil Company* Whale Oil Soap. WM. L. LOCKE. Manager Los Angeles Agency, ARCADIA! Lots in this Beautiful Town Still on Sale AT \ 106 NORTH SPRING STREET, L. A. I MAPS WILL BE READY ON TUESDAY, THE 12TH. PRICES WILL BE MARKED ON EACH LOT. TERMS. ONE-HALF CASH, BALANCE ONE AND TWO YEARS AT 8 PER CENT. ALSO 10 LOTS ON ORANGE AND FIRST AVENUES; ANITA AND LOB EN A STREETS, AS ABOVE. H. J. STEVENSON, No. I mi NOKXII SPRINU STREET, I.ON ANUEEES, CALIFORNIA. a!4tf OCCIDENTAL PRESBYTERIAN UNIVEKSITY. PURE AIR IB HEALTH *FOR THE BODY! EDUCATION IS HEALTH FOR THE SOUL! 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 city limits, on the east, on a high plateau, commanding most delightiul views ln every direction. Free from the fogs which prevail In the western portion of the city, and receiving dally a delightful sea breeze uncontaminatcd by the smoke and smells of the city. The proeoeds of these lots form the building fund of the University, and thty are put on tbe market at a low price to insure Immediate salo. The land is level as a floor, situated near the end of Stevenson avenue, which will soon be the most Imposing street in the city, and upon which responsible parties are now under bonds to construot'a Street Railroad within a short time. The purest soft water may bo had at a depth of 30 feet, and arrangements are being perfected for an abuudaut supply of pure Mountain Water to be piped to the Tract. It Is the intention of tbe Trustees to open the College for tho reception of stu dents next Fall with the ablest Faculty In tbo State; and the moment Its hal s open for Instruction the value of these lots will Increase fivefold. This Is a chance that occurs BUT ONCE IN A LIFETIME. A chance to secure a delightful homo, with pure water pure air, soul.inspiring aceuory and the highest possible grade of educadon at your very door, and all witbln a short street car ride of the busluess portion of the city. What can any mortal ask for more? THESE LAHQE LEVEL LOTS are for salo from $160 UPWARDS, FOR A SHORT TIME ONLY, BY THE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA LAND LEAGUE, BURCH and BOAL, Agents, NO 5B N. MAIN STREET, EOS ANtiEEES. a3lm I.Mtf (T« NOTICE—TIMBER CULIURE, UNITED BTATEB LAND OFFICE, LOB Angeles, Cal., March 1887.—Com jlalnt having been entered at this office by lelnrioli Scheel against Andrew McFarlano, or failure to comply with law aa to Timber Julture Entry, dated January 26, 1884, upon he BWJ4 of Section 24, Township 8 N.Range i5\V, iv Los Angeles county,Callfornla.with » view to tho cancellation of aald entry, Jontestant alleging that said Andrew MeFar aud haa fulled to break, plow, or cause to 3e broken or plowed, auv laud of said claim whatever, the siiid parties are hereby aum- Jioiied to appear at this oflice on the Brd lay of June, 18S7, at 10 o'clock a. M , to re spond and furnish testimony concerning mid alleged failure. J. D BETHUNE, Register. J. W. HAVSMROS. Receiver. m 29 30t Notice of Application lor Franchise. NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN application will be made to tho Board il Supervisors of Los Angeles county, State »f California, a*, their office iv the court lionsc, In Loa Augelea city, in said Los Am ities county, ou Monday, the 14 047 01 May.H-.i7, .it tho opeuiugof the sesston of stiio Hoard of that day, or as soon thereafter »s I lie application can be heard, by the uu '!• T-i::iied for authority lo coustruct a Wharf Upon the Blougb or Inlet known as San Pedro creek, or the, Inner Bay i>f San Pedro, near the town of Wilmington, being oue mile, more or less, in a southwesterly direction from tbe old Wilmington wharf; said slough, Inlet or creek, oeing a branch of the San Pedro harbor, on tbe Pacific ocean; and to take tolls for the use of sat d wharf, for the term of twenty years. The locatiou aud description of said wharl be ing as follows t Begluuing at Btation No. One of the offi cial survey of Lot One, iv Section eight, Township Aye soulb, Range thirteen west, S»u Bernardino Meridian, knowu as Mor mon Island, In Los Angeles county, Cali fornia, according to the United suites pa tent thereof, recorded ln bonk three of patents, records of LoB Angeles county, page 73; and running thence along the line of said official survey and as resurveyed March 29,h, 1887. by Charles T. Realey, sur - veyor, north 9". east 632.62 feet: thenc o north I°, cast 504 90 feet; thence north 11°, west "01 feet; thence north 19%°, west 563.64 feet; thence north I°, west 108.40 feet; thence leaving said line of said official sur vey of said lot, west 30 feet; thence eolith 1° east 168.40 feet; thence south 19%°, east 568.64 feet; thence south 11°, east 364 feet; them c west 70 feet; thence south IJ,1 J , west 504.90 feet; thence south 9°, weit 0:2.6! feet; thence east 100 feet, to the place of begin ning. Dated, this April Ist. I.BB'. nl-td WILLIAM BANNING. NOTICE—TIMBER CULTURE. UNIfED STATES LAND OFFICE, LOB Angeles, Cal., March 25, lt-87 —Com- p.tiint having been en cred at this office by George tf. MaryEold against James Shaw.for failure to comply with law as to timber cul ture entry No. 988, dated March 10, 1885, upon tbe Section 34, Towuship 8 N, Kaufte 14 W, ln Los Angeles county, Califor nia, with a view to the cancellation of said entry, contestant alleging that said James Shaw fas failed to break, plow or cause to be broken ten acres of laud, and has not planted or sowed any part thereof, the said parties are hereby summoned to appear at this office ou the 21st day of June, 1887, at 10 o'clock a. M , to respond aud furnish testi mony concerning said allogcd failure. J. D. BETHUNE, Register. J. W. Havekstick, Receiver. mao-lmo. NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE county of Los Angeles, Stnte of Cali fornia — In the matter of the estate of ELIZABETH WIKBECKX, deceased.—No tice is hereby given by tho undersigned administrator of toe estate of Elizabeth Wicbccke, dec ssed.tolhe creditors of, and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the neces sary vouchers within ten months after tlvn first publication of this notice, to tho sold administrator at the office of Glassell, Smith .fc Pfttton, 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 in the county of Los An«elea. JOHN KOHLMOOB, Administrator of the estate of Elizabeth Wiebecke, decoa'ed. Dated M.iroh 29, f»S7. ro3o-lm MICE TO IKEDITORST" IJISTATE OF GASION O-WRART. DE- Fj ceased.—Mo - ice is h'-nsby given by tbe undersigned, S. F. Ule ss, the executor of the laßt will of Gaston Oxarart, deceased, to the creditor* of, and nil persons having claims against the said decease*', to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within ten months after the first p lblieationof this notice to the said oecutor at the law cilice of Thomas B. Brown, Room No. 92 Temple Block, in the city of Los Angeles, the same hting the place for the transaction of the business oi the said estate In the county of Los Angeles, State of California. 8. F. GLESB, Executor of tbe last will of Gaston Oxarart, deceased. Dated Los Angeles, o*l., April 6,1887. ap7-42t INTHE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES, State of California—ln the matter of the estate of John Romm, deceased. Pursuant to an order made by the Judge of said court this 23th day of March, 1887. notice is hereby given that Monday, the 30' h day of April, 1887, at 10 o'clock a. m., at the court rooms of thl. conn, ln the city aud county of Los Angeles, has been appointed as the time and place for the hearing of the pe tition of J. J. Wood worth praying that the executors of said estate make a conveyance of certain land ln the town of Santa Monica to said J J. Woodwoith upon the payment by him of a certain amount of money to said estate ln said oontr ct agreed to be paid. C. H. DUNBMOOR, Clerk. By L. J. Thomvson, Deputy. mrBl-4w Notice to Creditors. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE county of Los Angeles, State of Califor nia, No. 5989. In the matter of the estate of Samuel Kecfer, deceased. Notice Is bereby given by tbe undersigned Administratrix of the estate of Samuel Keefer deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against the raid deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers within ten months after the first publication of this notice to the said Administratrix at her res idence, Monrovia, California, or at the office of Bicknell & White, Roams 11—16, Temple Block, that being ber place for the transaction of the business of said estate in the county of Los Angeles, California. ELIZA JANE KEEFER, Administratrix of the estate of Samuel Keefer, deceased. Dated at Los Angeles City, April 9,1887. Apr. 10-30t CUNNINGHAM & BRYANT Real Estate Agents, Office, Cor. Third and E Sts., Sun licrnnrdluo, - California. nm 3m. Chicago Beer Hall and Depot It. O. WILKES A CO., Propa. COR. HOFF AND HAVES STS,. EAST L. A. Polo Agents and Bottlers of the Chicago Brewing Co.'s Lager Beer, San Francisco. Alsoot tho Celebrated Uaited States Lager Beer. 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