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fa AIL V HERALD. Number of transfers in above list, M. Total Hinouut of Number of transfers under *100C> each, 2.1. Total amount o' consideration. WOO Transfers for nominal R ? u - ,M ;''"'' on ' '" AHretetC ol day's transfers, 1249.42*. flSotk*-Transfers of which the consldera tiou is less thaindOOO are uot published in the above list.] Arrival and Departure of Mails at Los Angeles. : I i . i Or !■ r.x 4.00 A M I'.H ■IUO g.0. ' 9.00 8.00 i W 8.00, 4JW 10.SO! 4.80 10.80 S.0O .. S.CO 8.00 ... .. 11.15. ».S0 2.00 ... 4 30 11.00' 5 00 1 w«y. 4.* 4.1U >» An FO»t .7.00 l.'.l.- Ml i .',■■ Tint Bei most—Chalmers Scott, SauDlego; Henry C Uaric't, Sau Francisco; Ohas l'»t r,< k city Miss ( lark. New Orleans- Mrs r BWt'd*, Miss X Wild, Miss S Wild Sau Francisco: Mrs Dameriu, city. Mrs K9filf, Miss Reals, Columbus, O; Miss Waddle* Chlillcotbe.O; Frank Kuichle, Buffalo, X V: W F Foos, Bpringfleld, O; Mrs M I Gross and son, Chicago: F M tJBOqUill, Mrs Slither, jas McLaughlin. fIRASii Ckstbal HothL.—R Strohmcyer, Albeit I ea: James B Fish, Orauge: James F Envy. Pasadena; D C BlfeloW, Duarte: A McConueil, Sau Francisco; D X Fe*ry, C A S"te, J A Stump, Pasadeua; C B Banner, Miss Ada Kussell, Kansas; R R Barnes, Oro Grande; J McArthur, Azusa; Lincoln Moore, West End; 11 A Nichols, Chicago; (' C Conuell.C L Sherwan.Santa Barbara; PC Fiukle, Madison. Wis; C It Kelyer, Johu X Hosted, Sierra Madre: Z V Leptwlek, St Paul; H J Bowman, Florence: A C Klne. Azusa: W S Latlimore, Toronto; Henry W Sadler, Salt Lake City. ST Charlis—E A Ceuhead, Geo Wi'som Ed Sumner. H Kerr, city; Mrs Crlstiau, Or ange; W G Klec, 8 Hemlir.fr, Bnrkley: L Woodward, Harvey Clay. Miuueapolis; Fred Lasou, Mrs E A McGowan.G C MeGowsn.St Paul: Col A S Madison, Dr V a Iflsand wife, hlcngo; O T Linda, M jnrovia; John s Tay lor, Sauta Rosa; Alfred Meyer, San Francis co; L A Bartlett, Hisisboro. Pico iiovse —Geo Opembew, a weld, Sau Francisco V W Walker, Azusa; J M Tor. San Bernardino: W H Bailey, Oakland; F X A'wood, Silver King, A T: C A Camp bell. Monrovia: X T Kelluer, wife aud chil dren, S<nta Barters ;Dr HB Massey, San dusky O: L W Healey, Demmg, NM: JW smith, Glsscow; X A Haskell, San Francisco: A Andrews, N R Howard, A A gtarwnlt, w N Smith, City; FL Park Albu enclave. N M: H It Bai'ey: Colton; T E Woodruff, M'irrlstown. N J; E T Harvey, Cincinnati: W M Peltus, A Aria. Portland, Or;TC Bethelle' Chico: G H Fullerton, Riverside; Ccila Miller, S C Miller, Pres cott, A I. DAILY REAL ESTATE RECORD. ral>ll«ned by lite Abstract an«t Title InMurmiice Conipuny. Monday. April IS, 1887. cohvsyascis. John Goodale «ud Margaret Goodale to J B Pi«rc .--20.33 acres iv or adjoining iLZ 5 Td 4S,KIU W; $2000. J G fiaily lo Fred Gieger-Lotsi 1 aud 2 Mock 0, Cummings & Dawson's addu Sauta to Washington Bsker-Lnt.> 1 and 1 block >>, Cummiugß & Dawsous' addn "jUwUM* to Laura E Wilkes-Lots4, r. 7 and 8 block A', Porter, Spurgeou &. Blecs addu Sauta Ana; $240 J. Noah Paimcr to Wm Gibsoo-Lot 2 block 6.Santa Ana; *1200. . , X O Keiley to W W Allen—4 acres in lot 3n, Northeast Pomona tract; SI3OO. 0 U Alero to PomouaLaud andwater(.o— Agreement to convey 23.S acres iv Ko lSa» E Mills to Victoria Bridger de Sotc— Pert of lot 5 block 31, Pomona; $U)JO. Johu G Keed to Mary E H bailey-Agree meut to couvey lot 10 block 42, Pomona; D Taylor to Philip Steiu aud P C Tonnor—Agreement to couvey lots 1 aud it aud t>W>/i ot bE!i of bWJi of section 32,1p 1. N BS W; *2tou. Horace JS Russell to Thomas A L.wis— Lots N, N, O, P, It, and T, block 117, Santa Monica;*lsso. . _ „ . Jose Du.ures Palomares and Sernfma h de Palo cares to Antonio Valla—Assignment of Inieies. in agreement to couvey la acres iv Klo San Jcse; 4200 W N Monroe and Mrs N J Monroe to J H Cowdcry—SE'ioi NEK of SWtf oE' 4 sec- UOU3™, lpi,SRl4 W;sli00 Alhambra Addiu Water Go to H Oison— agreement to supply water to lot 10, Guth walte's add tract to Aihainbra J a Baker vi W a Grime;,—Lots 18 and 19, J H Baker's sub Pasadena; 2075. Susan M Palmer to Judson li Tomliuson— Block B, Palmer's subdn of no. th hull of block 47. Pomcua; $luoo Chas W Atwood to W W Murphy—Lots £ and 12 blcck A, Atwood'l tuudu of part of lot 5 block 73, HS;*IOUO. Geo E Hutchius to eic-o A Dur e'., auo, . » Ford— Agreement to couvey lot 6of suudn of lot 8 block 11, Sau Pascual tract , suuo. Times-Minor Co, Geo Hai.se and Geo D Row»u—Aureement relating tv party wall ou lot northeast Corner of First and Fort 'iSssHsryC Wheeler and S II Whoelerto Johu L Luke—Lot 11, Arlington ir.ict; $1500. Truuiau C Naramore to GUidiah T Barker —Lot on weft line of lort street north ol Flm street; *Jooo. J H Paiuttr to Mrs Mary C Ball—Lots land 2, Douglas tract, Pasadena George Baugh to Henry Anderson—Agree ment to couvey lots 11 and 13 Baugh tract Ho San Ralael: 2150 uo PG Ryel ana Harriet Kyel to L C Keese— NWoflot 13 block B, Grange; 11 ou 00. Bailie A Kullmer aud .loliu M Kullmer to Thomas Tnoinpsou—Lot 2 block G, Moore 4 Bellehers sub of lot 3 block (iv 11 S; 35C.U 00. W N Monroe to C V Riley aud D W CoquU lett—Agreement to convey lot ti block .»!, Memoes addu on to Monrovia tract; luoO to W N Monroe to C V Riley aud D W Coquil lM— Agreement to convey lot '> bit ck M Monroe addition to Monrovia trac ; IUOO I 0" L R strong to L R Btrong —Lots 17 and. 2' block X, W L A tract; S2scu. M L Wicks, Robert N Bulla and John W lluiton to Johu F Jewett—3 1 2 seres known as Hunt tne, Ro Sau Pascu ,1; ¥10, i 00. Robert Stroug lo Mrs Junna A Neal—Lot 51, W su -dv of Lick tract; *0000. Samuel 8 room to James A Grilles—Lots 0 and 10, 8-rohiu's subau of 10. 5, Freeman tract; 11300. Krauk Partridge to same—Lots 11 aud 12, Stream's subdu oi lot 5, Freeman tract; 411400. Menry Sykes to John J Hewett—Lot 4 and Wl-2 of loi 3, Cuampiou tmct, Ro oau Fran Cisquito: ::6'Ji W O Swan, .lames Clark. J W Wood aud F H Wetheiby to Joeeph A McKee aud S W osteruaut —Lot 1, .jlendaie [rt,ct, Pasadena; 13750. U Roscoe Thomas to Smith W Osterhaut— Agreement to couvey lot ti, G Hoseoe Thomas subdu ot south half of lot 2 Div G, Berr., i Jttltott tract, and uud na.f interest iv lots 1, 2, 4. 7, 3, 9. lv and 11, same suudn; eo3,U>4 4a ban roscual school district to T L Hoag and W T Yore—Lots 30, 31 aud 32 ef subdu of lot 1 block 11, Sau Paacual tract; $3517. Johu Puff to William Hoefeuer—Lot M block 87, Feldhausur's subdn of blocks 85 and 80, OS; *:ouo. Daniel Scuiek to George F" Lott—Lots 17 and 18, subdn of Dana tract, West Los Auge les; »lueu. W D Vawter to W 1' Dilworth—Lot 1, V*w ter's subn of blocks ft, 7, 8, 9,10, 11, 12 and 13, Lucas tract; 420iju. Richard R Tanner to \V P Dilworth—Lots 11, O, P, R, 1' aud L" block 116, Santa Monica; Silt Mrs P S Mcart to A M Wright and W 8 Wilght—Agreemeut to couvey iota 3 snd 4, J I) ¥ocum subdn of part of traci, Pasadena; 12500. Albeit Niude to BJ Hull and W D Read— Agreement to couvey lots 21 22 and 23 A Niudes subdu of lut 5 block G, San Pascual tract, $4700. H A L'uruhto J M Studebaker—Agreement tocoavey lots 15 lb lii aud 10 block K2, lots 35 and 30 block 83, lots 13 and 14 block 80 and lot 21 block &2 Arcadia, $2058. Same to same—Agreement toconvev lots 8 aad 13 block s'J Santa Anita tract, $1008. W N Moutoe lo same—Lot 10 block G Mon rovia, $1800. Charles Mueller to same—Lot 1 snd Of NW'4 of Sec 23 T 1 N X 11 W, $15000. W N Monroe to J M Studebaker and J I Case—Agreement to onvey block X, Man roes subdn to Monrovia, $2855. L L Bradbury to J M Studebaker— E'/i of lot 2 Sec 36 Ro Azusa de Duarte, *10,000. L H Green to same—Lots IB 17 18 10 20 21 2! and 23 ln B & G sutdu of lot C block 2 Mol- Tovla, *IOSC. Wm J McCaldln to Ben X Ward—Agree ment to convey lot 17 Wood & Bauburys bud mil ol lot 5 block 11, Sau Poseual tract, **JL Downs to Andrew Lowden—Half o lot 8, division B, James Smith troct, Pasa. and Frederlek F Buell 13 George Edward Hutctitns and Alfred Hutchlns—Agreement to couvey part of lot 1 s Washburn's subln of partof lot S, divi sion C, Berry iff Kllioit trict, Pasadena; * 7 \Vm G Watson to Alfred Hutchlts—Agree ment to oonvey lot ou east side of Fair Oaks avenue, south oi Locust street, Paaadeua; ''Gardner H Smith to George Edward Hutcnius— Agreement to convey lots 5 uud (j L» k- addu, Pasadena; 51725. 'MrsSirah J Rulo aud L L Rulo to J W Drown and Peter W*rner—Lo ■1,3, 5 and 7 block il. Moore & Kellehet'a siihduof lottl block 8 \ H 8 ; *i5OO. Soumern Pacific Rlt Co to M L Wic-ks- Ag reem;ut to con ye; fraction in nec'.lon 31, Tp7, -> R 2 W, iv Sau Diego co'inty; ML Wicks to A G C.irduer—Aaoigumeat James M Day es to William A E Noble and F.anois P Noble—Agreement to couve> lot la, Wood woith trscf. $300 . Mr- C ttheriue Snaw aud Aunle M Strong to Jjh.i MstJiugriliu—NW'4 of NE', 4 of see ti in SL Tp 3 .-> X, 12 vV; WiSU H W Stroug to X Msllges—Lots 11 and 12 O'Neti's sub oi N'W part of lot 7, block 37, H ■:tIAJQ. W A Frlck to Joseph Conger-Lat 17' bock B Deaohes sub of lots 4, 5, ii, and 7, Griflia's add to E L A, aud lots IU, 11, 12, 18, 14. 1.1 and WsWiOO. „„..,.., ** c m K-.ug ioGe< rge M Smith—Assignment of and nali of above. X liela Dol and VDol to Martalu Schweng —i ot il block 22, Park tract; awju. Ernest A Cox to Henry Gardner—Lot 9, Wood won h tract; tA'aJU. <: W Hammond, Jane T Hammond and Wm T Hammond to J A Rtiss—Agreement to couvev 20 acres in Grugau tract, pasa deua; SJ7SO. James Whltworth <o Henry Hammel and A il Denker—Agreement to couvev lota 11 and 12 block 52, Huner tract; $14 m.O. W D Vnwter, W S Vawter and E J Vawter t*Bmf! Ooitleber—Lot 2, Mrs 8 L Session's subdn ot b n k 3 J aud part c; block 47, Lu cas tr ,ct; $ 500. H E Wood aud T Paubury to D * Kughen Lots 18, 25 and 26, Wood aud Banbury'-, subdu oi !■<, lut a, block 11, Sin Pascual tract; 47225. A X Pomeroy to J M Miller—Agreement to couvey lot Hi, block E, A B Chapmau Irae', Baucho Santiago de Santa Ana; •10,000. BY JOHN C. BELL & CO. Large Auction and Credit Sale IN THE BEAITIFLL CITY OF SAN BERNARDINO On Saturday, April 30, 185J7. BY JOHN C. BELL & CO., All the Lots in the Valuable Fairbanks Addition To the Depot, being tho most valuable business ami residence lots in SAN BERNARDINO. Also a number of Elegant Villa Lots. Particular! hereafter. The above are to be sold by order of N. H. FAIRBANKS, ESQ. Every lot without reserve. Title Perfect. EXCURSIONS Will run from Los Augeles, San Diego, Riverside aud other points at excursion rnie). TERM 3 OF 9ALE.—One-t'nird cash, one third in 6 months, one-third in 12 mouths; 10 per cent, on tbe fall of the hummer. particulars m9y be learned of FAIRBANKS A WILSON, 261 Third Street, Sau Bernardino, or of •pis St JOHN (.'. BELL, Auctioneer, IT Temple Block. PROVIDENCIA RANCHO! 17,000 ACRES, MOUNTAIN AND VALLEY, THE FINEST BODY OF LAND IN LOS ANGELES COUNTY I ONLY SIX 11M.ES FROM LOS ANHELEI CITY 1.111 ITS, ON the Southern Pacific main line to San Francisco—Six Passemrer Trains Daily ! Bide Trackß, Dep.t aud other improvements under progress. An Elegant Hotel and nluc business aud residence buildings now under contract toJbe erected iv the new town, which has beeu named Now surveyed aud l«Id; streets under contract for grading. WATER IN ABUNDANCE will be piped in front of each and every lot. Tne town is located ou au cmi ueuce commanding a view of the entire San 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 aad valley property, and for quality and fertility cannot t c surpas-ed in Southern California, aud claimed by nil Ji dges to be specially adapted to the growth of ORANGES, LEMONS, LIMES, OLIVES and other fruits. (WF~~ A plot of the town and prices 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 15 Brytton Block. L. T. GARNSEY, Room 16 Bryson Block I J. DOWNENY HARVEY, Downev Block. G. W. KING, li;! West First Street. W. H. GOUCHER, Cable Road Office, 11. 1.. MACNEIL, 16 Court Streel. I Dawuey Block E. E. HALL, 1 Lawyer Block. | D. BT'RBANKS, Main Street. mr;tO lm HYDE PARKr 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 BALLONA," 3' 2 mile; from city limits; overlooks the city of Los Angeles; plenty of GOOD WATEI piped to the lots; each Lot 60x190 feet, fronting on 60-foot avenues. Then ate selling rapidly at $100; $40 cash, balance $10 per month, without in terest 5 and 10-acre Villa Lot*surrounding the town. £JP"Conveyances leave the office at 1:30 P. m. to show parties tin beautiful property. M. L, WICKS or A. E. DITCH, Courthouse and Main Streets, Los Angeles, Cal. np2-lm MEYBERG BROS. H Artistic Gas Fixtures JL Gas Fitting IT IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. ESTIMATES FURNISHED. Temple, Spring and Main Street; i_) LOS ANGELES, CAL. ap3-3i A Bargain in Cahuenga Lands 200 Acres of Cahuenga Foothill Lant THREE MILES WEST OF CITY LIMITS, With Fine View of City, Valley and Ocean I gmy RICH SOIL I PLENTY WATER I NO FROST ! -»» PRICE PER ACRE, »lTft. APPLY TO H. H. WILCtJx & CO., 34 North Spring Street »pia-lm SUMMARY. HOTEL ARRIVALS YESTERDAY. ST ELMO HOTEL. D. L Stiue, To'edo. 0; P. 8 Ford, Paris, Ky.; J. Ha\es. KlMoute; J F. Woodward. Mojave; E.W. Paige, New York; J. J. Swi g-art, Pomona; C. B. Weeas, Sr. lohu, Kaus : L.Giuter. Richmond, Va.; Mrs. F. Ha man Abeleue, Kan a; Q E Larkey, Newhall; A. Wall, Riverside; V. R. Eozr-n. New Mex ino- Dr. J. S. Elliott sud wife, Santa Monica; E. M. Haskell, Gladstone; V. W. Weldt, San Pedro: J W Braader, Mont": J Stephens, Snnta Barbara; A G Crams, Ventura: J. h . WlUon. Sm Fernmdo;T D Murphy, \ en tura; W H Hole mbe, Claremont; A M. Rousscair, Ball Bernardino: S Cobb, Ca hcunga. T. R. Conner, Wakefield, R- I ; E. p. Tomkiue, Leniauda Park. Dots. J. W. Davis. Prescription Druggist. Drink Kiss's Royal Belfast Ginger Ale. Tanslll's Punch Cigars st P. C Cigar Store. Dr. C J. Mullen, corner fourth and Maiu, Montrose Block. Horse blankets and buggy robes at Foy's harness shop. Burkes porter is food and drink com bintd. Try it. Buy Eagiesou's perfect fitting shirts, 50 North Spring street. Plush parlor suits, easy chairs. New in voice just arrived at Allen's. Drink Fredericksburg, California's fiuest beer. Office, Second street, near Viue. Large sssurtment 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 i« endorsed by physicitms. Consumptives and invalids should use it. If you want to furnish your house with little money, call at Allen's. 32 8. Spriug St. Nursing mothers should us.c Burkes por ter. It is a swift tonic. Ash, cherry and waluut bedroom sets. Extra inducements offered this week st Allen's. Every well dressed man should wear Eagleson's perleet fitting shirt-collars cutis and neckwear. Make a visit to the tropical Sandw'ch Islands. Hawaiian volcanoes iv active eruption. Round-trip tickets at reduced rites. The Pacific Coast Detective Agency is located at 220 North Main street. Experi enced detectives furnished. All business confidential. Dr. Williams continues to treat all heart, throat and chest diseases by his new and popular system ol medicated inhalations, 275 N. Main street Sudden Ueutli. Dr. Flint's Heart Remedvwill prolong life by preventing those sudden deaths Irom heart disease, which bring untold griel to families, often plunging tnem into poverty, because of the uutlmelv decease of the bread wiuuer. Atdrugcists;fl 50. Descrip tive treatise with eacn bottle; or address J. J. Mack & Co., San I rauc sco. face Powder. Don't use poisonous face powders. Free man's medicated invisible is guarentced absolutely harmless, preserves the complex ion removes blemishes and rttails for two bits, try it. The star of hope—Red Star Cough Cure only 25 cents. Safe, prompt, sure. Free lo All. That nobby cane was given to me at the Chicago Hat Store, No. 35 N. Hail] street. A cane is given free to each purcha er of a hat. free Vaccination. Health office free vaccination located on Fort street, between Second aud Third, ln a tent on city grounds. A New Lumber Yard 3as been established by the Schallert-Ga aahl Lumber Company on Washington street, nearly opposite the Washington Gar len, where they will keep a full line of all kinds of lumber aud building material. T. F. Joyce, Euildlne Contractor and Brick Manufac turer. Officel3K North Matn street. Bricks for f ale. Goods at factory prices at Eagleson <S Co.'s, 50 North Spring street. Dr. Henley's Remedy—Excessive mental Labor. Only those persons whose vocation de mauds mental labor CPU appreciate the Lie cessltv of brain food, and to these we call attention to Dr. Henley's Celery, Beef and Iron, which is not only iood for the brain, but fs also a tonic for the blood, affording building material to the system, its con Ititnent parts being daily used by the lead Ing physicians of Europe and America in their practice. Writers, above all others, should look into tlio medicinal qualities of Celery, Beel and Iron. It is lor sale by all druggists. D. F. DONEGAN, Grading; Contractor and Dealer In Horses, Will make estimates on all kinds of work. Large contracts a specialty, stables and of floe corner ol Bunker Hill avenue and Mon treal street. Residence 87 East Second I street. m 22 6m LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD, APRIL 10. 1887. TO HOME-SEEKERS - 1 V AND SPECULATORS ! j i c 1 , I I c I If you desire a bargain in handsome building lots situated in East Los Angeles, apply to T. J. J FLANAGAN, 269 North Main street, as he is offer- -j ing his entire property for immediate sale, consist- \ ing of 100 lots. j SSS'See maps at 269 North Main street. apl3-tf ; WM. T. COLEMAN & CO., Shipping and Commission Merchants. San Francisco, New York, Chicago. AGENCIES OF WM. T. COLEMAN & CO. AT London, Liverpool, Astoria, Or., and Los Angeles With agents and brokers in every commercial city of prominence ln tbe Union. OUR LOS ANGELES AGOEISrOY Makes a specialty of handling the products of Southern California, WINES, BRANDIES, ORANGES, RAISINS, DRIED FRUIT, HONEY, CANNED FRUIT, HONEY, ETC., ETC. iOsV*Aeents for 80-- al Baking Powder, Walter Bake: & Co'a Chocolate, Kingsford's Oswego Starch. Also, agents for American Oil Cjmpanv'* Whale Oil Soap. WM. L. LOCKE. Manager Los Angeles Agency, m>» lv IP 7 5 gOBTH SZFIRXIISrO- £3TP ARCADIA! Lots in this Beautiful Town Still on Sale AT 106 NORTH SPRING STREET. L. A. 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 J() LOTS ON ORANGE AND FIRST AVENUES; ANITA AND LORENA STREETS, AS ABOVE. H. J. STEVENSON, No. 10U MOUTH M'IMM. STREET, I.OS AMiELL'S, CAI.IFORM A. all-tf OCCIDENTAL PRESBYTERIAN UNIYEESITY. PURE AIR IS 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 delightlul views in every direction. Free from the fogs which prevail ln the western portion of the city, and receiving dally a delightful sea breeze uncoutamluated by the l 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 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 ln 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 be had at a depth of 30 feet, and arrangements are being perfected for an abundant supply of pure Mountain Water to be pfped to the Tract. It 1b tho Intentiou of tho Trustees to open tho College for the reception of stu dents next Fall with the ablest Faculty iv the State; and tho moment its hai s open lor instruction the value of these lots will increase fivefold. Thts is a chance that occurs BUT ONCE IN A LIFETIME. A chauco to secure a delightful home, with pure water pure air, soul-inspiring scenery aad the highest possiblo grade of educa.ion at your very door, and all within a short street car ride of the business portion of the city. What can any mortal ask for more? THESE LARUE LEVEL LOTS are lor sale from $160 UPWARDS, FOR A SHORT TIME ONLY, BY THE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA LAND LEAGUE, BURCH and BOAL, Agents, NO i 6 N, nUIN STREET, LOS ANGELES. aS lm 1.841*« «'■ HOTICE—TIMBER CULTURE. UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE, LOa Angeles, Cal., March 16, 1887.— Com plaint having been enteicil at tola otlice by HeinrichScheel against Andrew McFarland, for failure to comply with law as to Timber Culture Entry, dated Jaunary IS, 1884, upon the of Section 21, Township 8 N, Range ISW, iv Los AugcU-s county,California,with a view to the cancellation of said entry, contestant alleging that said Andrew McFar land has failed to break, plow, or causo to be broken or plowed, aov laud of said claim whatever, the said parties are hereby sum moned to appear at this olllce on the 3rd day of June, 18S7, at 10 o'clock v. M., to re spend and furnish testimony concerning said alleged failure. J. I). BETHUNE, Register. J. \V. IUVKRsTtcK, Receiver. m 29 30t Notice oi Application lor Rancliise. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN application will lie made to the Board oi Kr,p ( .rvi-.>r.sof Los Angeles count v, State or California, at their office lv the court house, In Los Angeles city, lv said Los An geles county, on Monday, the 24 dty ol Hay, 1887, Rt the opcuiug*of the session of said Hoard of that day, or as soon thereafter ss i lie application cau be heard, by the un dersigned for authority to construct a wharf upon the slough or inlet known as San Pedro Greek, ot Ihe inner Bay of Sau Pedro, near the town oi Wilmington, being one mile, more or less, In a southwesterly direction from tbe old Wilmington wharf; said slough, inlet or creek, Deing a branch of the San Pedro harbor, ou the Paoiflc ocean; and to take tolls for tho use of sal d wharf, for the term of twenty years. The location and description of said wharf be ing as follows; Beginning at Station No. One of the offi cial survey of Lot One, in Section tight. Township five south, liHiige thirteen west, Sin Bernardino Meridian, known us Mor iron Ishiud, iv Los Augeles county, Cali fornia, according to the United Stales pa tent thereof, recorded iv book three of patents, records of Los Augeles county, page 7H; snd running thence along the line ol said official snrvev and as resurveyed March 29 .h, IBS 7. by Charles T. Healer, sur - veyor, noith v',u', east 532.02 feet; thence north I°, east 504 00 feel; thence north 11", west 303 feet; thence north I'jvV. west 503.04 feet: thenco north I°, west 108.10 feet; thence leaving said line of said official sur vey of said lot, west 30 feet; thence 1 oulh 1" east 108.40 feet: theuce south I9 : V, east 503.04 feet; thence'oath U>, east 30) feet; thence west 70 feet; thence south I°, west .'.04.0(1 fee;: theuce south J°, west 6 '.2.01 feet; thence cast 100 feet, to the place of begin ning. Dated, this April Ist, 188. al-td WILLIAM BANNING. NOTICE—TIMBER CULTURE. TTKITED BTATFB LAND OFFICE, LOS \J Anrreles, Cal., March 2r>, 1687.—Com poiint having been en ered at this office by George B. Maryoold against James Shaw,for failure to oomply with law as to timber cul ture entry No. 988, dated March 10, 1885, upon the SKI* Section 84, Township BN, ltange 14 .W, iv Los Augeles county, Califor nia, with B view to the cuiicellati "11 of said entry, contestant alleging that said James Shaw ras failed to break, plow or cause to be broken teu acres of laud, and has not planted or sowed any part thereof, tho said parties are hereby summoned to sppoar at this office nn the 21st day of June, lss7, at 10 o'clock a. M, to respond and furnish testi mony concerning said alleged failure. J. D. BETHUNE, Ktglster. J. W. HAverstick, LteOelver. mSO-lmo. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT CF THE county of Los Angeles, State of Call fornta — In the matter of the estate of ELIZABETH WIKIIEOKE, deceased —No tice is hereby given by tho undersigned administrator ol the estate of Elizabeth Wtebeeke, dec ased, to the creditors of, aud all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the neoes sirv vouchers within teu months after the first publication of this notice, to Ihe said administrator at the office of OUssell, Smith it Patton,rooms 1, 2,:'. and 4, 111 New High street, the saute being the place for the transaction of the. business of said es tate in the county of Los Angeles. JOHN KOHLMOOS, Administrator of the estate of Elizabeth Wlebeeke, decea'C 1 Dated March 29,1 K B7. mSO-im ~MICE TO IREDITORS. VISTATE OF GASTON OXARART. DE- Fj oeasod.—Nottoe 1* hereby given by the uuderidgued, S. F. Gless, Ihe executor oi the last will of G.istun oxarart, deceased, to the creditors of, DLd all persons having claims against the said decease.', to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within ten months nftei the first publication of this notice 10 the said e>eoutor ot the law office of Thomas li. Brown, Knout No. 02 Temple mock, in the eitv of Los Angelc", the same being the place for the transaction of the business Ol the said estate iv the county of Los Augeles, suit - of California. S. F. GI.ESS, Executor of Ihe last will of Gaston Oxarart, deceased. Dated Los Augeles, C«L, April 0, 18S". ap7-42t IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES, Sate of California—ln the matter of the estate ol Johu Ruinm, deceased. Pursuant to au order made by the Judge of said court this 28th day of March, 18S7. Poticeis hereby given that Monday, the 30 h day of April, 1887, at 10 o'clock a. m ~ at the court rooms of thl.court, In the city and county of Los Angeles, has been appointed as the time and place for tho hearing of the pe tition of J. .1. Woodwoitli praying that the executors of said estate make aconveyance of certain laud in the town of Sauta Monica to saidJ J. Wondwoith upon the payment b7 him of a certain amount of money to said estate in said contract agreed to be paid. C. H. DUNSMOOR, Clerk. By L. J. Thompson, Deputy. mr3l-4w Notice to Creditors. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE county of Los Angeles, State of Califor nia, No. 5939. In the mutter of the estate of Samuel Keefer, deceased. 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