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DAILY REAL ESTATE RECORD.
Published by tne Abstract and
Title Insurance Company.
Saturday, April 16, 1887.
COItVBTAKCBS.
Mrs Alice R Gilchrist and J I> 0U° [ n l?« B « 8
Samuel Strattou-Lots 11 and 12, blk X, San
HO Oakley-Lot. 9
'"Can T l&EffioT* 'ottus-W 80
ft 11 h.c"es ol' IotSS and Kl3ft 1 Inch of lot
VlsaYau? *SS?to J S Keefer, LII Green
and X L Buck—Agreement to couvey lot 96,
Santa Anita tract; *i4OO.
Ueury M Owens to Carey R Smith —Lot 14,
Birch addn to S >nta Ana; $2000
Frank B Foss aad Cassle L toss to George
Rnhrer- Agreement to convey BU ot SEJ4,
NW'd of and B<4uf ot SE>. Sec
38 T IN KB\V; $10,(T0.
A A Wright cuJ W 8 Wright to M E Wood
—Agreement to convey lots S, 9 and 10, blk
A, J D Yccum t set, Pasadena; $4suo.
J D Yoeum to Kouben T Davis—Lot 2,
block A, J 1> Yocum tract Pasadena; 12000.
l'ansdeua Lodge No 151, A O U W in C 8
Hawley—Lot 20 of sub of lot 1, block H, San
Fsscual r«ct;*l,li7s.
Hairy E Lucas, C VV Buchanan and J F
Buchauan lo 0 C Torrnuce—Lots 1 and 2,
block r, new Fair Oaks aye Uact; J24 0.
San Paternal School District to 0 8 Hawley
— .."i 200 l sub of lot 1, block 11, Sau Pasuual
trac :*'loo
C 8 Hawley to John M Wiley—Lot 90 of
s i.> of hot 1, bleck 11, San P.iscuai tract
s ■!•">.
P Beaudry to M nnie N Htxby-Lot on 8
line of Sand stiee;, \V of Cemetery aye;
52400.
John W Bixby, Isaias w Hell nun and
Jothaiu bixby and W. K. Jones—Lot I block
3, Alamltes Feach town Bite; *iOUO.
Frank C Draper to Ellen Theresa Draper
—Lot 7, Speucer's subdu ol noith hs.ll tf
block 69, O 8; 4000.
Samuel T Alexander to A T Currier-
Agreement to couvey parts of lots 4 and 5,
Loop A Meserve tract, Ro San Jose; 133,010
'1 nomas Eldred to G A Garrettson—Lot 22 i
block B, Collua Park; $1260.
Victor Beaudry to A H SußSklnd—Lot 18
block 13, Park tract; *160 '
Edwin C. Webster to Franklin L Bushuell
—Lot 3, Webster A Stratum's subdu of lots ;
10 and 11 block H. San Pasoual tract; $3000
A M Woodward and W L Woodward to ,
Martha M Smith—Lot in block V, Painter A •
Ball addn, Pasadena; $1300.
J H Painter to Mis Maltha M Smith and .
Mrs M sovereign—Lots 8, 10, 13,16 aud 20
Douglas tract. Pasadena; il4oo.
K«ia Fitch to Alico T Anderson—Lot 6,
Wright tract; 86100 ,
William Gardner Cogswell to Charles H 1
Frost—s3 33 acres and tract lv Ro Santa
Anita: $23,000.
R F Sallce to L L Bradbury— of SW!4
of sco 20, Tp IN, R 8 \V; 91390.
Maggie Bishee and O L Biabee to L L Brad
bury—W 31 acres of BEJ4 of BWV, of sec 20,
Tp 1 N, R 8 W; $5000,
M J Austin to W F Wheeler—Lot 19, Soto !
tiact, Ro Sau Jose; U2500.
M iry Boehme aud George Boehme to J M j
Sough— Agreement to couvey lot U, block
172, oaiita Monica; $1500.
Ma:ilda lustico to Samuel Baumt— Bond '
lor deed to* acres 8W!/ 4 of Sec 2, Tp 1, S P.
10 W: SI 750.
Ira W Phelps lo L N Breed—Lot hi, block
13, Fairmouut tract; $1050.
E L Buck to C A Campbell— Und 12 Inter
est in lot lii, block Q, M urovla; $17.50.
M L Wicks to John M Warner—lo acreß in 1
Tejuuna Rancho; S'.OliO
James Fulton to Julia E Lord aud I VV
Lord— lO acres ln Ko Sau Jose; $1175. I
H W Stanton to Philip lilind—Lots! Searles
re-subdu ef lots 4 a .d 6, II VV Stanton's subdn >
Alha utira; »:U2o.
First Na'ioual Bank of Bant ' Ana to V? H
■purg SOU—West2l feetof lots 7 audio block '
12. Santa Ann; $6000.
M M Crook-hank to First National Bank I
of S ,uta Ana—Part of lots 7 and 10 black
11, tt mta Anas WOO* .
M E Wood aud T Baubury to II E Lucas-
Agreement to cocvey lot 7. Wood & Bat
bury's subdu of south half of lot 5 block 11, ■
Sau Pa cualtian'.; $1500. '
J T Pierce 'O W S Kuott—Und half of 11
ac/esiu of sec 13, Tp Is, Rl4 W; I
$11 15. a
C Gollmer to W D Rnsenberger—Agree
ment to convey lot 4, Banbury's suban ol _
lot 12 and part of 10. 9 block H, San Pascual c
tract; «;250 „
W D Koseuberger to T F Flyuu aad II W
Oiden—Assignment of above.
W S Uauuaiord to Thomas F Flynn and n 1
Ogdeu—Agreement to Convey lot 18, Hotel 1
tract, Pasadena ; *7f>. 0. 2
Same to same—Agreement to convey lot
19. Hotol tract, Pasadena; $7600.
Millard F Scutt to Ger rude M Humohrey
—WH ofsrWOf Mjf, of lot 10 block C, AB I
Chapman tract, Ro Santiago de Uaut i Aua; »
Slt-5 :. 1
J A Crane aud J R Congdou to George .
Bessouettand George F Briggs—6 acres lv
Ko Sautiago do Santa Ana; S 500.
Edwlu Shone and H E Shone to Washing
ton B-.ker—Lots 4 and fj, block D, Ross ad- t
ditiou to Santa Ana; $liOti. I
JohuNlmmoto II 11 Bovce —Agreement ,
to couvey 4 acres lv Sec 11, T I 8, R 10 W; i
$6700. 1
H II Boyco to O B Fuller—Assignment ol t
above. >
Ella F Martin to Miss Ruhamah Wright— t
Agreement to convey lot 6 ,Martin's subdn i
of Krauk Green tract, Pasadena; 81000. <
Miss R Wright to John S Cox—Agreement <
to cunt co lot 0, Martin's subdn of Frank i
Green tract, Pasadena; $2250. 1
William U Workman, William H Perry -
and J W Gillette to A B Nash—Lots 24, 22, <
23 and 24, block B, Perry Villa tract; $10. I
G Pellisser to Mrs Mary Porter—Lot 1, t
block 11, Pellisser tr-.ct; $1600. <
W N Monrooand E W Root to William Mc- 1
Donald—Agreement to Couvey lots 4 aud 5, (
blkßß, add .'O 1 to Monrovia;slooo. 1
W N Monroo to William McDonald— t
Agreement to convey lot H, blk S2, Mon- (
roo's odd 10 Monrovia trt; 82120. t
Jothani Bixby aud Howard W Mil's to
Martha N Haihawav—Lot 40, Mills trt : I3OOS.
8 H Reeves to Fr nk F McCain—Ag ee
merit to convey pt of NEJ4 of SW!. 4 of sec 10, i
T 1 8, R 10. W; $11,500.
C / Culver and M Davis to EJ Hall—Lot I
18, C Z Culver Home trt. Oranve, 81000. (
William A E Noble aud Francis P Nobleto i
Tlmothv M Bradley— "14 acs inGrogan trt,
Pasadena; $4700.
P G Forsyth to A H Carey—Agreement to
convey lot 20, blk 3, Sanchez trt; $2000.
F M Rnudolph, a A Curtis, T A Curry and
W C Mcßratney to Aaron Smith—Curry &
Curtis tract, Pasadena; SlOOO.
R 0 Williamson to John Brunjes and
Mary S Hamlin—S 20 acres of K% of BW%
section ', Tp 1 8 R, 12 W j 81600.
John Biuujee, Daniel W Hamlin and Mary
8 Hamlin to Mary E Flatt-S 20 acres of EH
of BWJ4 of section 2, Tp 1 BR, 10 W; $2000.
FJlturgeto James Montgomery—Agree
ment to W36 feet of lot 10 and E 12 feet of
lot 11, Orchard Grove tract; $2500.
George W Wilson to Albert A Mitchell-
Los TO and 111 Lincoln Park S Pasadena;
$1000.
E F Henderson and I N Moore to Ira B .
Smith and Mary O Paroels—Lots C and 7,
block 3, Blees add to Santa Ana.
Thus W Brooks to San Jose Land and
Water Co—All Interest of grantoj in waters
of San Dimas Cation, rights of way for
roads and pipes and right of way across
SW '4 of Sec 25, Tl N, ROW: 560.000.
M G Rogers to San Jose Land and Water
Co— of Sec 85, T 1 N, R 9 W; $27,600'
William F Heathman and Richard Dun
nigan to Sau Jose Land and Water Co—
EJ-s of NE>i of Sec 24, T 1 N, R9 W; $60,000.
William S. Vawter and Sarah M Vawter
to Mary A Van Every—Lots M and N blosk
145, Santa Monica; $000.
Lawson M La Fetra and Milton H La
Fetra to Mrs Nellie H Oleason—Lot ou south
side of Temple street; $5500.
Mrs Sarah Ann Oray and David B Gray to
Thomas Edward—Lot 20 block E, Glassell's
subdn of lot 3, etc, block 39, H S; »2000.
Andrew Louden to Frauk Glencros6—
Agreement to convey north half ot lot 58
block B, James Smith tract, Pasadena;
11380.
SUMMARY.
Number of transfers in above list, 61.
Total amount of consideration, 8418,227.
Number of transfers under $1000 each, EO.
Total amount of consideration, 815,722.
Transfers for nominal consideration, 39.
Aggregate of day's transfers, $433,988.
[Note. —Transfers of which the considera
tion is less than 81000 are not published In
the above list.]
The star of hope—Red Star Cough Cure
only 26 cents. Safe, prompt, sure.
A I,lie .Hade Miserable
By dyspepsia is scarcely worth the living.
A capricious appetite, heartburn, puzzling
nervous symptoms, increased action of the
heart after eating, sinking lv the abdomen
between meals, and flatulence afor, are
among the successive indicia of this har
rowing complaint. Two things only are
needful for its removal. A resort to Hos
tettar's Stomacti Bitters, and persistence In
lis use. These remedial measures being
adopted, a cure Is oertatn. Taken Immedi
ately before or after meals, this great stom
achic promotes secretion of the gastric
juice, tne natural solvent of the food. The
nervous and bilious symptoms consequent
upon chronio indigestion disappear, as tho
complaint gradually yields to the correc
tlveand invigorating Influence of the Bit
ters. Appetite returns, sleep becomes more
refre-hing, and as s sequence, the body is
efficiently nourished, muscular power In
creases, and tho mind grows sanguine.
Use the bitters for chills and fever and
Smallpox.
"A member of my family was taken
down with the SmaHp-x. I immediately
commenced to use Darby's Prophylactlo
Fluid It kept the atmosphere of the room
nnra aud fresh. The patient was greatly
relieved and never for a moment delirious;
was not i pitted, and was about the house
train in three weeks, and no others had It.
-James W Parkinson, Ed. "The Caterer,"
Phila.. Pa.
St. Charlis:-J. Dudley, City; G. Boyson
Xl Paso, Tex.; A. Butls, Chicago, 111: A. L.
Cauvers, Santa Ana; J. W. McOuncll. City:
P. B. Goodnight, City: Mrs. Wilcox. Tiieson
A. F; Geo. Wilcox, Tucson, A. 1; Prank
Jones, Chicago, 111; P. P"sf,". chlc . a *'<>'.
H. A. Tufts, Pomona; J. K. M»z»n, B. F, a.
J. Bovoe.Clty; Mrs. E. R. Jittery, A lasts,
Cal; G H. Gregg, Alasta, Csl; f. M. Spencer,
Aneheim F. C. McManus, St. Louis; George
Mar'ett.St. Louis; Evan Billon. »•
A. Hamilton, Pasadena; J. 0. Mloheuer,
Pasadena.
Grand Central Hotel.-W H Ryan and
family. Salt Lake: A Barnett, I C Harnett.
Indiana; WR Anahenger, (arson Oily; 11
II Golf, J N Hathaway, Chas Classen La
Ballona; Frank Marshall, Claybcrn, NY, 11
I) Lyon, L E Fish, Joe •Ihfmpson, John J
uavls, New York; H Smith, Prescot; J B
Moore, II D Hunt, II D Sircuher, Atchisou
Kan;
Pico HOUSE-O C Lester. Saratoga
Spring": F R Holllngsworth, Mrs HoUlngs
worth Chicago; Mrs O W Nesl, Monroevlie,
O; E VV Fortune, Fremont. Mich ; E L buck,
Monrovia; B P Brockway, Pasadena: M
t-inney, Albuquerque; L W Greere Mon
rovia ; W B Morse. C L Holbs, fc R Sellon,
San Franclico; L J Bay kl Paso; 1 H Wal
ker, Azusa; P O Hull. Monrovia; W B
Thompson, Mrs C J Thume, Georce A
Travis, Sau Francisco; B W Kinney. Santa
Monies- H Counol, T W 'I row bridge aud
wife, L I) Rankin, city; T F Tushle. Pasa
dena; William Ouilett. Detroit, Mich; E J
Roberts, Tombstone, A T
St. Elmo Hotel—E Psrkcr and'wife, J Mc-
Coy. San Diego; P W Laventhal, F B Libbey.
J tf illller, I Llever, L Douzel. R H Hall,
San Frauclsco; R H Lindsay. W Browning,
Garvnnzt: Mrs E A Myers, A A Shobo and
wife, Jerseyvtlle, I'll: W M Conwsy, Shreye
port, La: G E Davis, Indio; I) W Hamlin,
Azusa; GT Swlzer, San Bernnrnlno; MA
Leahy. Cliftou, AT; F L Hnshnell. Blue Is
land. Ill; II Smith, Prescotl; G B Hogan,
D;s Moines, Ia; J McFaddeu and wife, San
ta Ana; F A Taylor, San Jose: C X Drane,
San Pedro: M WLlUleiteld. San Bernardino;
C LUenolsh, St Louts: W B Holcomb, San
Pedro; C E Day, Santa Rosa; E W Bernard,
England; W D Cole aud wife, Boston; Mrs
Cockril) and two children, Platte City, Mo;
Fred Baker, Kansas City: J G Lindsay, Gar
nett, Ks; T H Thorp, Dallas.
Union Depot Hotei.-.I W Show, Phlladel
phla;T B Put, Springfield, O; J Phuffoe.San
Francisco; J G Anderson, Brvan, Tex.; Mrs.
Wagstaffaud maid, New York, J F Spalding
and sou, Kansas City; G W Durbrow,Ballon;
M M Gilbert and wife, Winfield, Kan.
TheBufferer who wants a new backbone
Is made well and happy by St. Jacobs oil.
Dots.
J. W. Davis. Prescription Druggist.
Drink Ross's Royal Belfast Ginger Ale.
Tanslll's Puuoh Cigars at P. C.Cigar Store.
Dr. C J. Mullen, corner Fourth and Main,
Montrose Block.
Horse blankets and buggy robes at Foy's
harness shop.
Burkes porter Is food and drink com
bincd. Try it.
Buy Eaglcson's perfect fitting shirts, 50
North Spilng street.
Plush parlor suits, easy chairs. New In
voice just arrived at Allen's.
Drink Fredericksburg, California's finest
beer. Office, Second street, near Vine.
Large assortment of traveling and tour
ists' shirts at Eaglesou & Co.'s, 50 N. Spring
street.
Carpets —spring patterns — now arriving.
Prices lower than ever, at Allen's.
Burkes porter Is endorsed by physicians.
Consumptives and invalids should use it.
If you want to furnish your house with
little money, call at Allen's, 32 S. Spring St.
Nursing mothers should use Burkes por
ter, it is a swift tonic.
Ash, cherry and walnut bedroom sets.
Extra Inducements offered this week at
Allen's.
Every well dressed reßii should wear
Eagleson's perfect fitting shirt collars culls
and neckwear.
The Pacific Coast Detective Agency is
located at 220 North Main street. Eiperi-
detectives furnished. All business
confidential.
Dr. Williams continues to tieat all heart,
throat and chest diseases by bis new and
popular system of medicated Inhalations,
275 a. Main street.
tlcaunioui
Beside choice bargains In lots and colony
lends, has 500 lots ou tbe Installment ?lan—
Sio per month after the first payment, with
out Interest
I lie Latent uutl Ursutest Discov
ery.
Dr. J, De Pratis Hamburg Figs.—A crys
tallized Iruti. cathartic. A discovery ot the
greatest Interest to the Medical Profession.
A boon to ever> household. A most deli
cious laxative or purgative prepared from
f ml: and vegetables. So perieetly harmless
that they may be administered witii entire
safety to an infant. So efficacious to adults
that a single dose will prove their value,
and so elegant a pieparatiou that It needs
ouly to bo presented to tho public to be
come a necessity In every household
throughout the land. For liver complaints,
habitual coustlpat.on, indigestion, dyspep
sla and piles, thiy are a specific. To travel
ers by sea and laud tliev will he found in
valuable; they are positively unfailing ln
their action, and this is the only medicine
ever offered to the public that is accepts,
bis to tho taste, and bo pleasant that chil
dren will eat the figs es eagerly as candy.
For sale by every Druggist throughout the
world. Price, 25 cents a box. J. J. Mack 4
Co., Prop's., 9 and 11 Front street, San Fran
cisco, Cal.
Beaumont-
No other locality iv Southern California
offers such inducements lor hemes and In
vestments as this. Either iv lots or lands.
For particulars inquire of the Southern
California Investment Company. 114 First
street, Nadeau Block, Los Angeles, Cal.
Dyspepsia Cured.
Heartburn, indigestion or dyspepsia cured
by that excellent remedy, "Mother Cary's
Dyspepsia Powders." Never have been
known to fall. For ssle by C. H. Hance
successor to Preuss A Hance), and Ellis a
Co Los Angeles.
Canes (liven Away
To esch purchaser of a hat at the Chicago
Hat Store, 86 N. Main street.
Goods at factory prices at Eagleson A
Co.'s, 60 North Spring street
Shirts made to order at Esgleson & Co.'s,
60 North Spring street.
HALL'S
SARSAPARILW
Gores all Diseases originating from
a disordered state of tne BLOOD 01
LZVEB. Rheumatism, Neuralgia,
Boils, Blotches, Pimplee, Scrofula,
rumors, Salt Rheum and Merciuial
Pains readily yield to its purifying
properties. It leaves the Blood pure,
the Liver and Kidneys healthy ana
the Complexion bright aud clear.
J. R. CATES& CO. Proprietors,
417 Sansome St. Han gmi»l«w
Electro-Magnetism,
THE NEW MEANS OF CURE—DR. E.
Unburns' Electro-Magnetic Institute,
corner of First and Spring streets (entrance
on First street) is now fitted up, at consider
able expense, with everything that is neces
sary to cure chronio and so-called Inourable
diseases, by tbe finest electrical apparatuses
In the world. Turkish aud Russian Maths;
also Eclectic, Sulphur and Eucalyptus
Baths. Dr. Robblus has had several years'
experience In tha Australian Colonies, Sau
Francisco, Salt Lake City, Denver, and lour
years in Los Augeles, and hundreds of
leading citizens can testify to the wonder
ful effects of electricity in curing ca>es of
chronio diseases when all else had failed,
and therefore all persons suffering should
try this new remedy before abandoning all
hope. After every medical treatment the
patients are given the Massag " Treatment
toy persons of their own sex.
The Doctor dis gnoses diseases without
explanation from the patient, free of charge.
His office hours are 9 till 12; 1 to 6, 7 to 9.
rar2tf
To Bakers, Confectioners. Hotels, etc.
IF YOU WANT ANY BAKER, PASTRY
cook or confectioner, address the
BAKERS' UNION, No. 45, Postoffico box
1059, or oall at JACOB REUSCH, 109 Soutb
Bnr»ng street. Kostor's Balterv oIR lv
SI wocordlslljr recommend
vonrli .is reme.ly
known to lis fix Gononha*
AMWTi to s •53 l ; ,Mt ~
not i.a We have sold conslder
mmW 0»M« SlrteUr.. ■ able. sndln every cue It
mSM —— hs* given sssssssßsa,
"Cap"' aeaicri Ofc Y _
Sold by Drujfi*".
RESTATJ RANTS.
ILLIOH'B
Restaurant and Oyster Parlors
41 AND 43 N. MAIN STREET.
Great Reduction in Oysters.
Large Eastern, pel 100 14 50
Small Eastern, per 100 3 60
Small Eastern, raw or stewed, perplate 25
Large Eastern, any style, per plate 5"
Baltimore selected, per can 86
a»o?>PRIVATE ROOMS up stairs for La
dles and Families, where meals will be
served in the best style.
n24 JERKYJLMCH. Proprietor.
The Occidental Restaurant,
J. A. HARDER & CO., Proprietors.
Wl'-i N. Itluin St.. opp. Postofflce.
THE OCCIDENTAL II THE BIfST Ap
pointed restauraut lv tne city, where
all the delicacies of 'hesea°oii are served
ala carte. French Dinner from 12 to I and
5 to 7 v. M., 50c.
/CuF~ Special inducement* offered to
parties taking meals by the week or month.
Private Parties, Banquets, Weddings and
Co'latlons supplied on short notice.
m 29-1 m
The Commercial Restaurant,
V. DOL, Profrixtor,
In Downey lllork. main Street.
Receives alive and serves up evory day
the choicest FISH, including SOLE. TUR
BOT and SEA TROUT. Spring chickens
just ln from the ranches cooked in every
style.
s£sF"Thts Restaurant is Los Angeles' Del
monico. ' noyt-tf
'THE Sign of tho Arkansaw Cough
fico. UPIB lool " n s5 >"°u ail square in the
Do yon want a sure, safe and reliable
Cough Syrup ? Are you troubled with a
Cough. Qold, Bronchitis or Lung Com
plaint ? Do your Babies koep yon awake
all night with Hacking Coughs, Colds in
tho Headj etc Do you want something
reliable in the house to meet these
emergencies? Wo auswe.-to all: "Go
to your Drmrgist and get a Bottle of tho
.lrkansaw Cough Syrup, and be troubled
no more." Price. 50 centa per Bottle!
C. H. HANCE, wholesale and retail
Druggist and Manufacturing Pharmacist,
Nos. 77 and 79 North Spring s .rest. Tele
h one No. 65. P. O. Box 21«6.
ASK FOR THE
OV I^^^
FOR SALE 11Y ALL' LEADINU
Dealers on the Pacific Coast.
apl4 lm
MILLINERY!
I HAVE JUST RETURNED FROM
San Francisco with a very large and
Fine stock of lUisiliirry floods,
Which I shall offer at very LOW PRICES.
Please call an i examine before buying
elsewhere. MISS L J. HAMMOND,
mr2o lm 26 South Spring Street
PHILLIPS
Popular Pleasure Parties for all
Points East
Leave Los Angeles April 14 and 28, Call on
or address A. PHILLIPS i CO , 134 N. Main
St. Los Angeles. ml tf
pyn WORKS.
(11TY SI'EAM. DYING Aiiio CLEANING
j Works have removed their office from
140 South Spring street, to 12 Third street,
beetwen Matn and Sprint?. Dye works
No. 86 South Los Angeles sir ft. Dyeing and
Cleaning of every kind of ladies' and gent'a
clothing, crape, Bhawls, silk and lace, kid
gloves and shoes, flannels and ribbons,
velvet, fur and feathers, made equal to
new. Silk and party dresses a specialty.
I take this opportunity to thank my custom
ers and solicit their continued patronage.
ml2-tf A. LORRAIN.
riERMaN STEAM DYE WORKS-LADIES
VT and geDts' clothing cleaned a-id dyed.
Cleaning of flannel underclothing, etc.,
without shrinkage or smell, a specialty.
GEO. BOEKHOFF & CO., 123 South Main
street, opposite cathedra), Los Angeles.
febB tf
PARISIAN STEAM DYt.ING AND CLEAN
ing Works. Dyeing and cleaning of ev
ery description. Ladies' dresses dyed with
out ripplug. Kid Gloves, Flannels, Ribbons
and Blankets made to look like new. office:
116 South Spring street. Dye Works: Cor
ner New High and Bellevue avenue.
o2tf J- VOLLET, Proprietor.
I~l)8 ANGELES STEAM DYEING AND
J Cleaning Company. Office—Corner of
Main aud Arcadia streets, opposite Wells,
Fargo & Co. Dyeing and cloauiug of every
description of ladies' and geuts r olothlug.
Orders taken and delivered. Sond postal
card. Telephone No. 227. Branch corner
Main and Second streets.
sepDtf JAMKB LARQUIF.R, Manager.
~EXCi;it««»oiw.
lOLET'S NEXT EXCURSION EAST,
Thur. day, March Slat. Fully equipped
tourists' sleepers. The ouly complete ex
cursion outfit on the road. O' H.VIOLET,
Manager, 253 North Main Btreet mlOtf
ENVER&RIO GRANDE EXCURSIONS,
Scenic route of the world! For f urtner
information address or call on GEORGE D.
PHILLIPS, 263 North Main street, Los Ange
les, Cal. aprlßtf
LM. WALTER'S EXCURSIONS GOING
. East, leave Los Angeles March 1, 16
and 29. Office, Ploo House. seplittf
OvVEI.L'S NEXT EXCURSION EAST
April IP, 1887. Office, Pico House corner.
y lal9tf
ARNER BROS. A CROSBY, OF 382
North Main street, Los Angeles, Ex
cursions East and West at lowest rates, and
Sleasant accommodation. Call on or ad
ressthem for paitlculara and tf
M" J. DANISON it CO., NEXT KXCUK
. stou, via Salt Lake, April 7th and 21st.
May 5, 1887. Office 66 N. Spring St. apl-lm
"EWOIWEERB ABB Sf itVEVOKN.
F. MCCLURE, CIVIL ENGINEER
, and Surveyor, U. B. Deputy Mineral
Surveyor. 134 North Main street, Los An
geles, Cal. Telephone No. 95. aufi-ly
HOTEL ARRIVALS YESTERDAY
LOS AKGELES DAILY HERALD. APRIL 17. 1887.
PHYSICIANS.
R, J. H. DAVIBBON-OFFICE, 82H
South Spring street. Telephone 692.
no2B.tf
ifsRST LXToioSU"*
! 1) and aurists. Office 120 North Main
1 street. Office Hours—» a. «. to 4 r. J
to a r. m. .wtni-rlAwtf
DU. tl. F. Kit,RUL,FF, SPECIALIST IP.
treating diseases of the Eye, Ear and
Throat. Eyes scientifically tested for
, glasses. Office, 132 North Main street, over
los Angeles Savings Bank Hours, from 9
a. m. to 6 p. M. Residence, 840 Temple
' street, HO-»m
E. GRESHAM, M. D, NO. 76 NO RTH
. Spring street, Los Angeles. Jl4 6
TkR. JOSEPH KURT*,— NO. 265 MAIN
JJ street, opposite the Biikerßlock. tf
MR. E. C. MANNI G, OFFICE AND RES-
Ay idence 37 Soutl) Fort street. Office houn
—9 to 11 A. tf. 2to 4p. m. Telephone 232tt
IjtLIZAttKTH A. FOLLANSBEE, Si. D.
-!i Office aud residence 240 South Fort
street. Office hours—B to 10 A. M. and 4 to
6r. IL ■_ Jlyl6
EOSK TALLBOTT, M. D.—OFFICE 210
South Fortstreet (with Dr. Follaußbeo.)
Ouice hours, 10 to 12 a. m. Residence, 19
Ninth street. olBtf_
J MILLS BOAL, M. D.-39 NORTH
. Spring street (over People's Store)
Hours—lo to 12,1 to 3, 6to 7:30. Residence,
347 Hill street, two doors from Filth street
Telephone No. 136. OC24H
CE. OLAOIUB, M. D.-PHYSICIAN AND
. surgeon. Office 75 North Spring
street, rooms 17 and 18. Hoars from 11 a. m.
to 2 p. m. Specialty—Skin and sexual dis
eases and chronic diseases ln general. n7-tl
MRBTDR. rJINTTIE WELLS-FIRST LADY
licentiate of Kentucky. Special,,.
Diseases of wcmcii and children; also, Iv
convection with her practice, Electric
Thermal Baths. 341 SSpring street.. u!7tl
JEAN TIFT-1111/lONTm. D.—OFFICE AND
residence 842 South Main street. Office
uours 10 to 12 A M. and 2to 4 f M. ni9-tf
TkR~ C- ClltiAlt OMiiiI—DISEASES Or
1) women a specialty. Rectal disease!
treated by the Briuktrhott' Painless Sys
tem. Hours—9 a. M. to 4 p, n. Offices-
Corner of Spring and Second stroets, Hoi
lenbeck Block. sepstf
If. M. HILTON WILLIAMS-275 NORTH
Main street (opposite Wells, rargo <S
Go's Express Office.) Specialty—diseaiei
oi tho head, throat and chest, tcgethei
with the eye, ear and heart. Office hours,
from 9:80 a. m. to 4 p. m. sep26tf
DR. DE BZIGETHY - OMfi-CE, SCHU
macber Block, opposite p.i.tofflcc,
rooms 20 and 21. Office hours, 12 m. to 3r.
m. Keskleuce fearl street, corner ol Ninth.
Office bouts ut residence, to I) a m.; 7 10ft
p. m. Telephone No. 169 at office and resl
dence. janßtf
DR. CHARLES W. BKYSo.N-"DIoEASES
ofW mien a Specialty." Olliee, No. W/i
south Spring st, iv Solomon Block, uooms
1 and 2 office non s: Ba.m.to 12 St., 2to 6
and 7to h I- It. Residence, corner 12.h St.
and Maple " venue. in 18tf
Si?tilt «A«j«VttV
AF. hi , I (.hi), BiVl't tii.ALER.
. Cv ts hupeltss case- if oonsus ptlon
aud hsmorr *. K \'t., restore. l»e paralysed
and cures il.euuiatism ana ail n,,.nuer of
acute and chronic diseases. The science o!
self-cure taught to patients free, so they
may slways be well aud havo no more doc
t r bills to pay. Office—Room 9, No. 11
West First street, m9-lm
MlosuLloLfcX, JihlAfU J/SICIAN.LANK
ershIm Block, Spring street, between
Third and Fourth; from Ito4 p. St. sep7tf
RS. EMMA B. HILL 'IEACHKR OF
Metaphysical Science or Christian
neallng, 14 DeLacy streel, Pasadena. Hour;
1 to 4 :•■ M. te7tf
DR. A. E. i'K CAILIIOL, ACCOUCHEUR,
and Surgeon. Office and residence 207
Temple atreet When desired, lady patients
are boarded durlug treatment of diseases
peculiar to their sex. auS-tf
MRS. C. E. BoUROEY 11 AS REMOVED
to her residence, 145 Bcllevue avenue,
aud will make a specialty of midwifery.
Ladies wishing tube cared for can be ao
commodate", at her house. She cau always
be found at home. tf
uonnuoi' \T»a ists.
a. DHUKS, in. D. Uu Minor A 1 HIST"
. Office 132 North Main street, Mas
onic) mock; residence cor Adams and
Ban Pedro streets, Los Angeles. Office hours
li to til a. it., Ito4p. m. Telephone No.
Resilience. 82; office.B2. fljrUtf
y S. SALISBURY, M. D., HOMOEPTfII
io, Ist. Office in Los Augcles National
Bank BuiUl ng, corner First and Spring
streets. Hours, to to 12 a. m.. 3 to 5 and 7
to 8 p M. Residence, 53S 8. Pearl street
Telephone N u s.: Resideucc, 577, Office, 597.
jalB-tf
HH. FETTERH OFF, w", D , HOafUC
. path, No. 28 South Sr.r'iig street,
oince h ins, 10 to 12 a. m andB to 6 r. I
Haviug bad Lugs, experleice. treats al
manuer of diseases sueees'sfuoy. ml 6 lm
JulTa t. button] la. U. — otFiui!
hours: 10 to 12, 2 to 4. 710 8. Office. 41
South Spring street. dl6-tf.
TSAAC FELi.oWS, M. D.—HOMO* - aTH-
A Ist. wrrme Hours- 1J to 12 A. if., 2to 3
r. St. Office—Nos. 8 aud 6 Odd Fellows
Rntldlrm, Cos Angelos, Cal. Residence,
403 South Main street. jlyStf_
171 A." CLARKE, M. D.—OFFICE AND
j, residence, No. £4 South Spring street,
Los Angeles. OfficeHours-litol2A.il.,
8 to 5 p. *. Telephone No. 853 JStl
DR. A. E. WHEELER— HOMOIOAAHIST
Office and residence 21 South Fort
street. Hours—lo to 8 and evenings
Telephone No. 46. jylftf
MFKKNANDEZ..M. D.—HOMUCPATHIST
. Office and residence. Wilson Block, 24
West First street, between Main and Spring
streets, rooms Nos. 10 aad 11. Hours—lo a
m, to 12 si,; 2to 4 p.m. A specialty of blood
diseases. sep22 tf
AHOHITECTS.
M EDELMAN, ARCHITECT—OFFICE:
• 17 N. Main street, Los Angeles, Cal,
Rooms 22 and 23 H dlmau Block. m29tf
W. O. Merithew. Geo. F. Ccsterisah.
COSTERISAN & MERITHEW, ARCHl
tects aud Sanitary Engineers, 31 South
Main street, Rooms 4 and 6, Mott's Block,
Los Angeles. California. f!3-tf
AC. LUTGEN8 —ARCHITECT!,— MAX
• well Building, corner Court and Main
streets; au2otf
CHAS. L BTRANOK. FERD C OOTTBCHALK.
STRANGE A GOTISCHALK—ARCIII
tects, Offices, Nos. 44 South Spring streel
Rooms 8 snd 4, and 22 West First street,
Rooms 12 and 18, Los Angeles, Cal. P. O.
Box 614. Telephone 97. tf
RB. YOUNG—ARCHITECT AND SUPER
. lntendent. Office, Rooms 18 and 19,
Boeder Block. ]y2O-tf
KYSOR, MORGAN & WALLS—ARCHI
tects, rooms J, 2 and 3, No. H South
Spring 8L Los Angeles, Cal. ocB-tf
Et BEEVE—ARCHITECT AND SUR
>. veyor. Room 10, Phillips Block,
am street. Residence West Washington
street, Los Angeles, Cal. Twenty-two
years' experience. »n4-tf
ATTORN IS VS.
8. M. PAYTON. S. F. BPENCER'
PAYTON & BPFNCFR —ATIORNEY3 AT
Law. Office: Rooms 12 and 13, Univer
sity Bnnk Building, New High street, near
Temple. Los Anaeles, California. al4-lm
B. KNOTT, AT'IORNEY AND COUN
. selor at law, Court street, opposite
Court House (rooms B«ud 9 Moore building)
Los Angeles. Cal. aoria tf
rj B. LOCKWOOD, LAWYER, ROOM 9
kj. Buroiller Block, ontruueo 39 N. Spring
street. Was II
OHN C MCDONALD, ATTORNEY AND
counsellor at law. Law Bul dlug, rooms
31 and 32; entrance Templo aud New High
streets. Los Angeles. References—First Na
tloual Bank, Los Angeles; Senators A. B,
Colquitt and Joseph li. Brown, of Georgia, tf
D. P. HATOH. J. BROSSEAP.
BROB3EAU & HATCH, ATTORNEYS AND
Counsellors at Law. Nos. 31, M and sti
Baker Block, Los Angeles, Cal. iL_
MAX LOEWENTIIAL, ATTORNEY AND
Counselor at Law. Gorman language
spoken. Room 14 Bumiller Block, Los An
geles, Cal. anStf
Henry N. Gai loway, Attorney-at-Law.
Chas. W. chase.
/I ALI.OWAY & CHASE, EXAMINERS OF
VJT Titles snd Conveyancers, Room 4, Allen
Block, Los Angeles, Cal. nns tf
Griffin Johnston. Sheldon Borden.
B. A. Yobra.
JOHNSTON, BORDEN & YORBA. ATTOR
nevs-at-Law and Examiners of Titles
Rooms 7 aud 8, Jones Block, 76 North Spring
street. Abstracts and certlficites of title fur
nished with promptitude and accuracy, tf
I.AI MHIIIA.
' 17XCEL810R STEAM
.Ei flee No. 15 We6t Second street. Tele
- phone 867. Our wagons call for and de
liver washing lv all parts of the city. All
: orders promptly attended to. Only white
labor employed. anii-tf
; EItIPIMIVB Jgg T~H I rKihiA Ptj.
oPPiOk, r. k:
ill Ticket Broker and Real Es-teV
gent. Property sold on Installments.
1 E. NITTINGER, removed to \b\i N. Spring.
. Telephone 118. Residence Fifth and Hope
streets. auS-tf
OCEANSIDE.
: HOWARD
& LYONS'
GRAND
Public Auction
OF
OCEANSIDE
TOWN LOTS,
San Diego County, California,
300
-OF
THE CHOICEST LOTS
:
Bryan's Addition to Oceanside
WILL BE
OFFERED AT PUBLIC SALE
On the Ground,
Saturday, April 23d,
SALE TO COMMENCE
A lz o'clock Noon, Sharp.
TERMS OF RALE.
One-third cash, one-third in six
months, balance in twelve months,
at 10 per cent, on de
ferred payments.
, sfssf Los Angeles parties wishing
to attend the sale leave here on Fri
day evening in order to connect with
excursion train at Colton, which
leaves there at 7:30 a. m. the follow
ing morning. Los Angeles parties
purchasing property at tho sale will
have fare to Colton and return re
funded.
SPECIAL TRAINS WILE RUN
FROM—
San Diego,
San Bernardino,
Colton and
Riverside
ON THE MORNING OF DAY OF SALE'
LEAVING
SAN BERNARDINO at 7:80 A. X.
COLTON at 7:48 A. M.
CITRUS at 8:00 a. m.
And stopping at all way stations,
Reaching OCEANSIDE from all points at
11 o'clock A. v.
RETURNING,
The train will leave OCEANSIDE at 6 p. St.
Tickets for the Round Trip
AS FOLLOWS :
SAN BERNARDINO 1)3 OO'
RIVERSIDE 3 OO
COLTON 3 OO
PERRIS 3 OO
ELBINOBE t a«»
MURRJETTA — - 8 OO
A SUBSTANTIAL LUNCH
WILL hi ssrved
To All Attending- the Auction. I
H. H. MATLOCK & CO., Auctioned s.
A. L. BRYAN, San Diego, Cal
1 aplo-»t
HOWARD & LYONS'
i Oerunsldc Special.
"When Monks and .Missions held the sole
t- command
□ Of all that shore beside the peaceful sea,
' Where spring tides beat their long draw n
: reveille,
] Out of the Mfsslon of San Luis Key,
r Rode Friar Pedro, ln a pious way,
| He saw tie glebe land guiltless of alurrow;
I He saw the wild oats rustle on the hill,
He saw the gopher working In his burrow:
He saw tbe squirrel scampering at his
will."
Ti nt was a hundred years ago, and
then, as now, San Luis Key, or as we
1 now call it, Oceanside, was one of tbe
loveliest of the favored spots of earth.
Those old Jesuit Fathers were, iv their
pious way, real estate sharps. There I s
not a great and growing oity in Calilor
nia but was, in the lust century, the site
of a Jesuit Mission; and wherever you
encounter an old adobe building in the
form of a eroas, you may look for mel
low soil, sunny exposure, panoramic
view, and a locality where the currents
of commerce must sooner or later con
verge.
The [California Southern road runs
through Oceanside; the San Diego Cen
tral Railroad Company has its surveyors
now in the field, and the line will be
run through El Cajon, Poway, San Ber
nardo and Escondido to Oceanside. The
Southern Pacific, which is coming from
Santa Ana down to San Diego, can
not escape passing through Ocean
side; and every traveler over the Atchi -
son, Topeka and Santa Fe railroad an d
the Southern Pacifio railroad and the
San Diego Central railroad who looks
out of the car window at the hillsides
sloping to the sco, and beholds them
covered with vineyards aud cornfields,
kept green without irrigation, and then
looks at the ocean to the southwest
ward, with its shore fringe of white lace
audits Hue spaikling to tho boric i.,
will say . "This is the lovt Hest spot on
earth! —
This Is :h2 place I locs ba.-c sought,
And mourned because I fouud it not."
.[ The country tributary to Ojsftusii c
will, as a mere ooinuitrotat fait, build
up there the largest trading vi liter be
tween San Diego and L>s Angles.
There is plenty of scope there lor a
town ol ten Of fifteen thou and pooj.il*,
without taking anything from tilher of
the former cities, Tin whole coast
from Los Angeles to San Diego will, in
five years, be a succe-siou of gardens
aud villas tqrial to the Mediterranean
coast from Nice to Genoa. These peo
ple now upon the ground have a chance
to buy, for a few hundred dollars, lots
that will in a few years command fancy
prices. And the growth of Oceanside
us a trade center is the smallest part of
it. As a business proposition olives
and grapes can be grown at a large
profit anywhere along tbe coast between
here and the Santa Margarita Canon,
without' irrigation after tho first year,
but if every olive and every raisin cost
three times its value to grow it, it
would make no difference in the value
of Oueanside lots, for the town does uot
depend upon its commercial future
alono. It has climate and ocean view
to sell, and though you can get plenty
Lf climate, the number of silts com
manding an ocean view in San Diego
county is not so great. They w ill all
be appropriated from lirst hands within
a year or so, and those who buy them at
seoond or third hands will have to pay
long prices for them. And those prices
will be paid. If a tenderfoot is intend
ing to build a ten or a twenty thousand
dollar villa, do you suppose he will stop
half an hour between paying three or
four thousand dollars for a lot with an
ocean view and paying as many hundred
for a lot without one? Wo kuow next
to nothing, we old Californians, about
the laws that govern real estates values.
One year before Long Branch became
fashionable one could have bought a
beach lot for a hundred dollars which
two years afterward commanded fifteen
thousand dollars. Fashion appreciates
the value of watering-place real estate as
well as that of Worth's bodices and
Poole's pantaloons, and this section of
country is becoming fashionable. The
vangnard, the pioneers of tbe coming
army, are beginning to flutter their
steel pen coats and sparkle tbeir ten
carat diamonds about our hotel corri
dors. Wait another year or two until
the society leaders of New York and
Chicago, and Boston and Baltimore,
instead of encountering a winter trip
across the Atlantic to reach Naples or
Nice, conclude to build up a winter
city on this coast, which can be reached
in five or six days by a comfortable
Pullman. You will see values jump
like Comstock shares when Simon says
wigwag on California street.
Go to Oceanside next Saturday the '-!:>.',
and take with you all the cash you can
raise and buy at the auction, and keep
buying until your money and credit are
both exhausted. It will not bo pos
sible for you to make a mistake, ho
matter what price you pay. We have
the property for sale, and it will be solo
without reserve. Not that the OWntr
is unmindful of its value and of the
great advance in its value which must
take place. But be bought it partly
ou credit, and the time of payment
has come, and it must be sold. He will
make plenty of money ou his invest
ment at the prices tho lots will sell for,
and you who buy and hold for a year,
will make proportionately more than
he will. We will make our commission,
and when you come to sell the lots you
will remember us with gratitude for
calling your attention to this chance,
and you will put tbem in our hands
again for sale and we will sell them for
five or ten times as much as you pay
for them, and make commissions again.
We have some pieces of real estate
now in our office that we have sold
three times already within the last
eight months, and each time at a big
advance. Go to Ooeanside on Saturday,
' the 23rd day of April, and buy one or
. more lots on whioh you will treble yonr
money within a year, or on which, if
you buy to build, you will be able to put
. up a cottage from tbe front windows of
which you can behold a panorama of sea
and shore, of cloud palaces and white
winged ships, such as can be seen no
where else in this land.
Howard A Lyons,
Ban Diego, Cal.
9
REAL ESTATE.
' C. M. WELLS,
DEALER IN
, REAL ESTATE
AS PRINCIPAL ONLY,
Offers forsale the following, knowing well
that for years the tellers have
been the losers:
Warm Lands svso.oo per Acre.
380 Acres of foothill land, with water, la
the frostless fruit and vegetable belt. Any
man who will Improve this land for an in
terest will make a fortune.
Business Land, »2,000 per Acre.
3 Acres on ratlroad, for any business re
quiring a side track.
For subdivision, •800 per Acre.
SO Acres ln tbe Extension of Second
Street. A beautirul aud desirable tract.
Fenced Let, «1,000.
70 ft. by 185 ft. on Ocean View ave
nue. Very desirable in views, slse aad
position.
Hill Land, s)4SO per Acre.
17 1-S Acres on Ostrich Farm Motor
Road Magnificent views, easy ascent aad
will cut up without waste.
Room 1, Law Block, Temple Street.
mrlb-lm
C.A. SUMNER & CO.,
Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers,
14 North Spring Street.
WE HAVE FOR SALE:
105 seres within city limits 160,001
80 acres ln oranges: will guarantee
$10,000 ln a subdivision 65,000
10 acres, with house aud orchard;
near cable road 10,000
Lot 50x136, on Eleventh street, on
very easy terms 876
Corner lot 50x150 on Downey avenue.. 1500
Lot 50x175 in Ellis tract; _ cash WO
44 acres ne«r Ostrich Farm; good
house snd improvements 12,000
Lot 40x100 Court and Booth 275
50x136 Ninth st.: % cash 900
10UX260 Adams st, near Figueroa.. 4500
100x150 Bonnie Br.ic; best location. 8600
180x130 Cor. Wesley aye. and Jeffer
son street 8500
52x162 Cor. Flower and Brooklyn.. 1100
400 acres with water right southwest
of Asusa, per acre 76
100 acres at Fire nee; large house; 2
artesian wells 176
5000 acres in artesian belt; easy 'erms;
per acre 6
Nice house snd lot on Turner street,
near Alameda. 2000
C. A. SUMNER A CO.,
0017 14 Nort Ii Boring Street.
CALIFORNIA
THE LEADING
39 North Main Street, nr. Court*. -
Telephone 400.
HAS THE BEST SELECTED BILL OF FARE
of either Hot or Cold Eatables of any house
ln the city. OYSTERS in any styleuPrompt
attention; prices reasonable. tZtfOru*
all Night OCS 3CHADK,
m27-lm Proprietor.
80TJCE OFSALEOF REAL ESTATE
UNDER EXECUTION—W. J. LYONS,
plaintiff, vs. J. P. Jones, defendant.
Sheriff's Sale, No. 974.
By virtue of an execution Issued ont of
tbe Superior Couit of the county of San
Diego, state of California, wherein W. J..
Lyons was plaintiff and J. P. Jones was de
fendant, upon a judgment rendered tho,
24th day of January, A. D. 1887, for the sum.
of 16800 in lawful money of tie United:
states, besides costs and Interest. I havo
this day levied upon a 1 the right, title,
claim and interest of said defendant, J.
P. Jones, of, in and to the following de
scribed real estate, situate, lying and being
ln the county ot Los Angeles, State of CalP
fomia, standing of record In the office of
the County Recorder of said county ln the
name of said defendant, and bounded aad
described as follows, to-wlt :
So much of the Rancho San Vicente, or
San Vicente y Santa Monica, conveyed by
R. S. Baker to J. P. Jores. December 14,
if 74, and a cepv of which convejaaea
'reference to which is hereby made) Is re
corded in Book 32 of Deeds, at page 496, ln
the Recorder's Office of Los Angeles county
ss is included within the following bound
aries: "Commencing at the southwest cor
ner of a small unused, partially dismantled ,
railroad station-hou-e adjoining and north
of the railroad track of the Los Angeles and
Independence Railroad, and about three
miles easterly, more or less, from the beach*
of the Pacific Ocean; rnnnlng thenee
nonherly to a point one hundred feet from
the northerly side of said railroad track:
thence westerly parallel with satd railroad
track and one hundred feet from tho
northerly rail thereof, eighty (SO) rods:
thence northerly at right angles eighty (60)
rods; thence easterly at right angles eighty
(80) rods; thence southerly st right angles)
eighty rods to the place of beginning, con
taining within said boundaries six hun
dred and forty (640) acres, more or less."
Public not ice i a hereby given that I will,
on SATORDAY, the 7th day of May, A. D.
1887, at 12 o'clock m. of that day, ln front of
the Courthouse door of the county ol Loa
Angeles, on Spring street, s«H at publio
auction, for cash ln lawful money of tho
United States, all the right title, claim and
Interest of said defendant, J. P. Jones, of, in
and to the above described property, or so
much tbereof as may be necessary to raise
sufficient to satisfy said Judgment, with
interest and costs, etc., to the highest and
best bidder.
Dated this 13th day of April, 1887.
JAMES C. KAYS,
aplS-td Sheriff of Los Angeles Conner.
: 1 .
Notice to Creditors.
TN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THB
X county of Los Angeles, State of Cali
fornia—ln tbe matter of the estate of JOHN
N. GRIFFIN, deceased. Notice is hereby
fi yen by the undersigned, executrix of tbe
ast will and testament of John N. Griffin,
deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons
having clams against the said deceased, to
exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers,
within ten (!•) months after the first publi
cation of this notice, to the said executrix,
at the office of Blcknell & white, Rooms
11-15 Temple Block, the same being her
place of business for the transaction of the
business of said estate ln the county of
Los Angeles, California.
ELIZA GRIFFIN,
Executrix of the last will and testament ot
John N. Griffin, deceased.
Dated at Los Anveles, April 13, IEB7.
apl4-lm
Something New 1
NATURE'S OWN BEIIDT,
INTIRILY VEOBTABLB,
CADE'S SURE CURE !
For the cure of Scrofula, or King's Evil,
and all scrofulous affections, Fruptiona ana
Cutaneous diseases. Erysipelas, Pimples.
Piiktules, Blotches, Bolls, Tumors, Tetter or
Balt Rheum. Scald Head, Ringworm, Ulcers
and Sores, Rheumatic Pains ln the Bones.
£ssF"~A Positive Cure for all Skin Diseases
caused by old sickness, etc. For sale by
W. H. CADE, Box *84, Oakland, and
C. A. McDONELL,
Druggist and Apothecary,
271 North Main Street, Los Angeles, Oil
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