OCR Interpretation


Los Angeles daily herald. [microfilm reel] (Los Angeles [Calif.]) 1884-1890, April 20, 1887, Image 2

Image and text provided by University of California, Riverside; Riverside, CA

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn85042460/1887-04-20/ed-1/seq-2/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 2

2
ffi FW Marstou, San trauclvco; O V.
Book's Detroit ;
-ron, Sumner; X / ,»«> "■/ " i ~ KrH nr-is
Stanton. Saa Gabriel: W 1 crt,
no W C Dairies, 0 8 Marltu. J 8 Mi Is. J "
hVuVJ Woodward, J Wood. LordlbUTg.
St Charles HoTki.-B Miin, Wall» Walla;
M SteV'.ensoa and wile, Pomona ; (J F Vales,
urn ,im '. Neb; Miss.les.de Olilt.m Maryetto,
1l„ losonhtne Smith, San Bernardino;
I \V Reeves, Sau Jacluto: L P Hrowu. Long
Beach; Pile and rsmlly. Monrovia; ST S.w
yer, Muscatine, Ia; 8 L Kichard sou San
Bernardino: M C Miglin, O H /Izler, 8 Hag
3eS and wife. a«a Diego; B il Kenneek,
W A White, Allen Cameron, Anaheim; w
Kaptalu, La Crosse; 8 Eddy, Riverside; 11
W Trautom, Alhambra; Mile lMrkiu, State
Center, Ia; W Culleu, San Jose; R X l'iutee,
i; Monroe, Monrovia; R W Carrey, Poit
Ballona: M Dmics, city: E E Reiee, Indio;
Eliia, Beene, Paris; W T Hastings, C S R R;
A Harrington, city: H E Beach, Silver OitJl
DAILY HERA LP.
Arrival and Departure of Mails
at Los Angeles.
:

1 »■ !
1\M
4 0(1
4 Ot
I
r..
:■
I 4.30
J 8.00
S.CO
li'.is.
u.oo
4.:w
I
DM
s :m in*
Los Angeles Produce Market.
Lob Angeles Produ ce Exchange, corrected
dally. Iu the quotations, unless otherwise
stated, it is to be understood that the first
figure is the highest price bid and the last
the lowest price asked. These quotations
are for round lots from first hands; lor
small lots out of store higher prices are
Australian No. 1, white, Jl.Cr,
asked- Rye. $1 50 asked; Gold Drop,
$130 bid; White Russian, 1.30, Soiiora
|l.30; Defiance No 1, seed or shipping, $1. 1
bid.
OATS-82bid. . „,
BARLEY—Feed No. [email protected]$l.l5.
CORN—Large yellow, carload lots, si.05
bid. small carload lots, 81.10 asked.
FLOUR —Pioneer and Crown $5.00 asked;
L. A. XXXXEi. Pat. Roll,
MILL FKED—Bran. .21 asked; Shorts, $23
isked; Mixed feed, corn and barley, $1.20
isked; Cracked Corn. »120 asked: Cracked
Barlcv,$1.25 asked :«round B»rlev,*1.2.>a»ked
Rolled Barley. 11.15 hid, $1.25 asked.
GRAIN BAGS—Grain Bags MB, 22x86,6V£c
wked; 1S86 Calcutta spot, asked; Potato
Sacks, 3 asked ; Mill Sacks. 5c asked.
SEED—Alfalfa, new.llc asked.
HAY- Barley, WB No. 1, new, $lo.00 asked;
Wheat Hay, $16.
POTATOES—Salt Lake, RIB; new pota
'°BL! AteK—Fancy Roll. 16c per ft asked.
Choice Roll, 160 per It. asked; Fair Roll, per
lb 14c asked; Mixed Store, loo per ft asked :
Pickled Roll, T2hc per ft. asked. Pickled
CSTjOUk—Large. 12c asked; small, 13c
wked; smaUStt hand. lie.
EGGS—Eggs.fresh. 22c. hid, -be. asked.
HONEY* —Extracted light. Jot)
lots, 4c hi 1, 4-.it) asked; Amber, 3C bid;
Comb. lOotjtl'JH. _
ONIONS—Y'edow Dauver, Northern, $o.ro
BEESW AX—Beeswax. [email protected]?lC.
VEGETABLES MIXED—Chiles per ft. 12c
bid: Garlic:6o.; sc asked; Cabbage per 100
,b AND D~RIKD PEAS-Pink No. 1,
new crop. $1 70 asked; Lima, tO.MQ2.7B:
Navy small. $200 bid; $2 25 asked: Black
eyed. 13 asked: G.'.rvauzos, !4 asked; Green
FieldPeas. $3 50 asked; Lentils, 15.00 asked.
Red gpanisb, HI.
POULTRY—Hens No 1, per doz, $0.00 bid,
old Roobters. per dozen, §6 bid; v ouug
Roosters, per doz, *6.60 bid Broil
ers Urge per dozen, 14.0) bid, Broil
ers' small, per dozen, *3.00 bid: Ducks,per
dozen, large,*7.50.bid; Ducks, small, S6.00:
Turkeys, per lb. 16c.
LIVE S'lOCK—Live Hogs, 3c(?)4c.
DRIED FKl'IT—Peaches, S. D. No. l,12>,c
isked, 15c bid;No. 2,7*0 asked; do, peeled,
15c asked; do, S.D.peeled No. 2, li%c asked:
pitted Plums. 12He asked; Blackberries, 12UC
isked- Prunes.Cal. Freucn u«w crop, ,'?c
®10c: Prunes, Cs!, German, So asked; April
tiots, evaporated,2:c hsked.
APPLES—Evaporated Huntley's, 103 ask
ed: Hunt's Aldeu, 11c asked; bun Dried
»!iced, 7c asked. ,
RAISINS—layers, $1.50 asked; Ex Lou
lca Layers, new; $1.75 asked; Three Crown
Lavers, new, il.75 asked: Loose Muscatels
S1.50; Bulk Raisins, 5c asked. Dried grapes,
20.
NUTS—Walnuts new, [email protected]; Peanuts,
Cal.No. 1. 6c asked: do, No. 2, 3c asked; do
Eastern,7Hc asked; Almonds, 8. S., lsc ask
ed; Almonds, H S, 10c. . .
CITRUS FRUITS — OrangOB, 1.75 asked;
Lemons.seedling per box, i2.00 asked; Lem.
ons, Eureka aud Lisbon ner box, *3.50 asked,
HIDES — Dty, 160 bid; Kip, 15c bid;
Calf, bid. Culls % less.
SKINS—snort wool, exCb, [email protected]; Long
wjo., each, $1 bid; Shearlings, each, 10c
old.
WOOL—Spriug Clip, per ft, [email protected]'0e bid.
PROVISIONS—Extra light bacon, clear,
11c asked; Light clear, 10c asked; Clear
medium, 10c asked; Medium bacon, 9c
wked: heavy bacon 8c.
LAKD-40-ib ins. N per lb:Vio pails,
per lb; 5 lb pails, 9J- 4 c p»- lb; 10 lb j ails, 9c
per lb.
HAMS-Eastern sugar cured, 15c; Can-
DAILY REAL ESTATE RECORD.
Published by Ihe Abstract aud
Title Insurance Company.
Tuesday, April M, 1887.
convbvances.
Jnsna A Neal to Almeda M Smith-Lot 51,
«»t subd of Lick tract; *7000
Henry T Newell. Frank Rader and M I
ODea to Mrs. Louise E S evens-Lot ■ . block
O. N.-well Si Rader's subd of part of Celis
Viucya d tract; *1500 _ , _,„.
Bte..l,eu Towusend to Henry AWallls-
Lots 21. 22, 23 and 24, block A, Towusend s
aubd of Summit aveuue tract, Pasadena;
* 4 8te'p'uen Townseud to Barah F Wallis-
Lotss and 6, blk B, S Townseuds subd of
Bummu aveuue tract; 11600.
James Blatenburg to same—Part of lot 0,
blk B, Sau Pascual tract: $1325.
PG Forsyth to Harry Pettibone—Lots >S,
69andtl0, Lincoln Paik, South Pasadena,
''hPw biddings to Mrs Sopbrouia MeGreg
oiy—2.s3 ac es ot lot 4, Gtddmgs suba of
Heath tract: *HOO. . , _
J 8 Slanson to same-All interest in Ro
San Jose and Sau Jose addn: tISO.OtX).
William P Barnes to J W Broaded and i A
Barry—Agreement to convey 17 -, t acres in
Sec t Tp 1 S, R 10 W; *^700.
Johu Wild to 0 Bhreufeld—Lot 18, Legge s
lower tract. Pasadena; "IOcO.
W II Guiun snd A A Guinnto Allen Poc—
Btrlp [ in a% ol W' 4 of Sec 10, Tp 1 S, RlO
It E Steele to George Bell—Agreement to
convey 5 acres ou east side of Marengo ave
nue, in or adj block L, Painter ,t Ball s add,
Psssdena: 1*450.
M E Wood aud T Banbury to L J Rose
Agreement to couvey lots 27, 2\ 2*. •"'>. »!.
33 34 85, 39, 37, 38 aud 39, Wood & Baubury s
subdu of south half of lot 5 b;ock H, Sin
Psscual tract; $10,500.
Charles II Bray to L.l Rose—Lot 30, uleu
dale tract, PasadeLa; tisoo.
Royal H Kumsey to <i a Gsrrettson—Lot
28 block B. Collins Park; JlOBO.
MrsHJ Hodges to J T Hartshorn—Pattof
lot L sec 14. Tp 1 S, R 10 W; i 1750.
H Atinruhto p C Baker—4,6, •»and so
block 81 lots 18, 17 and Is block so, lots 10,11
aud 4 block 78, lots 23 and 24 block 70, lots
17, 19, 20 block 74 and block 77, A.-cadia;
Studebaker to J 1 c ase—l nd half in
psrtol lot 1 ami part of SW I , of BWJj sec
23, Tp 1 N, B 11 W; $7500.
J V Vickers to hobert W.Poindexter—Lots
I 4 5 9 uud 10 of subdn Of 8U Ol sH 4 and 8H
ot NU of i-E>, 4 of Sec 29 T4 S R 111 Vi, taOOU.
Ruben W P ondexter to J V Vickers—Uud
U iut in lots 12 0 7 and s Poindexter aud
Vickus subdn of 8H of BXViand 8)4 of N»»
of Hf Vi of See 29 T 4 S It 10 W, $8000.
MJo Conner to M C Oswald and Jacob
kfceti B ane—MM of Beo2 T 8 s X 14 W, II2U.
Willi "v H Pierce t> Percy it Wilson, trus
tee of Frances Laudes, EUen LLandes and
KM A Laudes—r'art 01 lots 12 13 aud II
Bctuen'eltu tract, t 000
A P Hott'man to 'ohn 11 Hunt—Lot 5 block
J Colin* Park, sluOo.
Maria Garboimo de MoUaerl to M L
Wlck=—32 Hi res on soutusideof Seventh
street; $12 100
Cisper Thomas llopkius to Francis Leav
itt Braudt—Lot 13, block 2, Olivewood, Pas
adeoß.sl7. r .U.
A M Baudlnl to Isaac Bauta—lx>t uonli
ae*t corner oi Wilson avenue and Sin Pas
cual street in south half of lot 5. sau Pas
cual tract: $150 :
Franh P rtret to Ke'iecca C Martin—Lots
1 snd 2, block 32, Pomona: *i3JO.
H T Bingham a-'d Emma Bingham to R
W Bingham—Lots 3 aud 4, block Ds, Pomo
na tract: SlOOO.
Chas L Davis to Samuel Caldwell and R
F House— Lot s, less east 20 feet thereof.
bl< ck 34, Fonioua; 12000
H B Loggias to Alonao Shaw—7 acres in
Rancho Santiago de Santa Ana; £3000.
George C Hagar to Mrs E A Brumme'.t—l
acre iv lot 3. bock H S, and strip adjoin
ing aald tract and Union avenue.
r M Randolph, A A Curtis T A;C'urry aud
W C Mcßr.itucv to G t Mohn and Georse 11
Bench—Lots (i 7 i 9 lv 11 12 13 II IS IB 17 13 13
2021 and 21 Curry and Curtis tract; f4SU) 00.
Fred L Alles to G W Bunton— Dndivided
U Interest ln lota 1284 56 7 89101112 13 14
la 16 17 18 1(1 and 10 block ti, lots 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
9 and 10 block 11, lots 2 2 and 4 block I, lots 6
7 813 14 15 und 16 block U. Knob Iliil tract:
$3too on.
John F Mendenhall to S I IlJas—Lot 2t
bbick B. Colina Paik; ¥1 CO 0U
■liaibfth Berry to Frank D Leonard-Lots
8 911 and 12 01 sub of Polloreoo tract Ro
Santiago de Santn Ana; flo.too 00
M. L Wicks to C H CaraUie—B !a of lot b
block F, II S; $10M) CO
J Bannury to J L Homer— Agreement to
couvey lot i», Banbury's subd of lot 12, and
part of lot II block N', Sau Pascual tract;
$1250
i LRomer to Ben X Ward—Assignment of
above.
A N Fretch to .1 L Homer— Agreement to
Oouvev lot 19, Biiibury's subd of lot 12, aud
part of lot 9, block N, Sau Pascual tract;
tuts.
J L Romer to Ben E Ward—Assignment of
above.
Vletor Renndn-, Everett E Hall, W W
Stilson and Wm McCr rv to 8 A Waldron—
Lots 5 and 7, blk 6, Auseleuo Heights; $1000.
Wm H Dodson to Frsnk Slider—Kiist half
of lot 6, Champion tract, Ro Sin Francis
qnlio. $Jso'.
Ijaac 8 Smith to Margaret Vouderktihlen
—Lot 15 block Y. Ali.-o tract; 16000.
Victor Beaudry, Everett E Hall, W W Stil
sou and Wm. Mc rory to S J Donald-on—
Lots 9 and 11 block 4, Augeieno Heights;
jwo
WJ Fisher to John Burns—Lot 2* block
A, lots 10. 17. 18, 23, 24, 25 , 25 aad 29, block B,
Bird trac : $1614.
Jacob Baker and Elizabeth L Baker to
Plea James—so si acres lv NE' 4 of Sec 5, Tp
3 8. R 10 W; $5000.
Ticrv.iise Purcell to 11 I Mailer and W H
Perry Lumber and Mill Co—Lot 9 block 3,
Purcell's subdu of Las Tunas tract, San Ga
briel Tp: 81000.
Mary E Hmdssker to Mira llcrshey Mus
catine—Agreement to couvey uoriheast cor
ef (irand avenue and Fourth streets, being
Bonh 10 feet of lot 11 and south 25 feet of
lot 12 block 4, Be-iudry tract; *3800.
SUMMARY.
Number of transfers in above list, 40
Total amount of considcratiou, 8298,650.
Number of transfers under $1000 each, 13.
Total amouut of consideration, *7,075.
Transfers for nominal consideration, 63.
Awn tale of day's transfers, $315,793.
[Notb.—Transfers of which the considera
tion is ess than sIOOO are not published in
the above list.]
J. W. Davis. Prescription Druggist.
Drluk Ross's Royal Belfast Giuger Ale.
Tausill's Punch Cigars at P. C.Cigar Store.
Horse blankets aud buggy robes at Foy's
harness shop.
Burkes porter is food and drink com
bined. Try It.
Buy Eagleson's perfect fitting shirts, 5C
North Spring street.
Drluk Fredericksburg, California's finesl
beer. Otlice, Second street, near Vine.
Large assortment of traveling aud tour
ists' shirts at Eaglesou & Co.'s, 51) N. Spriug
street.
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 8. Spring 8t
Nursing mothers should use Burkes por
ter. It is a swift tonic.
Every well dressed man should wear
Eagleson's perfect fitting shirt-collars cutis
and neckwear.
Make a visit to the tropical Sandwich
Islands. Hawaiian volcanoes in active
"motion. Rcuud-trip tickets at reduced
rates.
The Pacific Coast Detective Agency is
ocated at 220 North Main stieet. Experi
;nc»d detectives furnished. All business
sonfldentlaL
Dr. Williams continues to treat all heart,
hroat and chest diseases by his uew aud
wpalar system ol medicated inhalations,
:75 N. Main street.
Why Children Cry
'or Santa Abie is on accouut of its pleasnnf
aste, and old folks who have used it wilt
lever be without this King of Cough Cures,
or it will relieve more cases of Asthms,
Iroup, Cold, Bronchitis, Pneumonia,
s hooping Cough and all throat and Lung
r .uldes. than any medicine ln this worlds
luarauteed by C. H. Hance.
Cane Presentation.
"Where did you get that elegant silver
headed cane "Why. it was given to me,
md a nice present it is. They give a cane
0 each purchaser of a hat at the Chicago
ilat Store, 35 N Main street.
Latest Styles of flats
Jf all description st the Chicago Hat Store,
15 N, Main street, aud a cane given to each
mrchaser.
«.o and tiet Caned
It the Chicago Hat Store, 35 N. Main street.
1 cane Is given away to each purchaser of
, hat,
lluy the Itest lace Powder.
Freeman's Medicated Invisible Face Pow
d3J retailed for two bits, is equal to any
four bit powder made. A scientific combi
nation for beautifying without injuring the
skin.
Damiiiua Bitters makes the old young and
the weak strong and healthy. M. Levy &
Co., wholesale liquor dealers, agents.
sudden Death.
Dr. Flint's Heart Kemedewill prolong life
by preventing those sudden deaths from
heart disease, which brlug untold grief to
families, often plunging tliem into poverty,
because of the untimely decease of the
breadwinner. At druggists ill. AO, Descrip
tive treatise with eacn bottle; or address J.
J. Mack Sl Co.,Sau Francisco.
Face Powder.
Don't use poisonous face powders. Free
man's medicated invisible Is gtiarenteed
absolutely harmless preserves tbecomplex
lon removes blemishes aud retails for two
bits, try It.
The star of hope— Bed Star Cough Cure—
only 25 cents, Safe, prompt, sure.
Free lo All.
That nobby cane was given to me *t the
Chicago Hat Store, No. 36 N. Main street.
A cane Is giveu free to each purcha er of
a hat.
Free Vaccination.
Health office free vaccination located on
Fort street, between Second and Third, ln a
tent on city grounds.
T. F. Joyce,
Building Contractor and Brick Manufac
turer. Officel3H North Main sti eet.
Brl< ks lor > ale.
Goods at factory prices at Kagleson A
Co.'s, 60 North Bering atreet.
HOTEL ARRIVALS YESTERDAY.
Gkand Ckktbai.—H 0 Drave and nmtly,
Wiehiti. Kas.; X G Schuetz, St Louis; Will
iam BaunderHon, Ills.; II 0
weaterbrnok, San Luia 001-po; J AMt-riick,
Colion; B Juan, Sui Ju«n: X tc Pollard,
denier; A Walla, Al'iia; W W Plum, W 0
Anderson, Kolaud Kee-1 Company: S M
Youuk, Santa Ana: H L Uakfr, San Fer
nau.l.. Mil McNiunht'iu, C J Berry, Santa
Paiil i; \V M Wheeling, William lierer, Oak
land: a Mllia, New York; il li M.indapu»e,
Winfleid. Kn; John Kavanauoh, Tests; W
X Van Slyke, -an Bernardino: Joe Beed,
Pha-iix, a 1; « S Li tic, N A Etlon. J M
Anaer-on, San Diego; John Green, lleseoll
Pico HoOH — W KKauliu, Topeka, Kan.: B
W w«nd« rllcli, Oak'aad; Geo. Upeniba%f
fan FruicUco: M CHaraes, Hay warrs; J W
Keen, Philadelphia; J M for, I'a-aden-: V
UBC <»gkln-i, rionolula; W II Dougherty,
Sama Paula: F 11 hnrbuuk, New York: Q
Krau-nhulT, wire end cli ldreu, Jollet, Ilia.;
Leon Lalirns, St. Helena; Geo. Hnlltday,
el'y;s I. Qarawu, Santa Ana; Mra. Geo H
KtiMell, rontons; Mrs \V H Oakes, Pomona;
W X X iv.vortn. city: h\v Walker. Azusa:
John Fro.kiln, Riverside; W H Hobliird.
ytaretaont; W X Thompson,oity; Ks Baker,
phMlaoa'tt; X Adams. Oiheago; W A Good
ing Sin Frauclacn: X E UhilsoD, Anaheim ;
It W OUlllon iuaheim;J A To/.-rand wife.
Hirer rail*, Wis.
«T. Ei.mo Hotel-W B Lithgon, wife and
child, W ! L.on-, .1 M Soenccr J W Thnmp
»nn and wl'e,J V Jackson, H E Gray, F W
Wllewan, J II Uradou, Mrs II M LI imjston,
Miss Llvinciixu, JJ Batsttt and wife, Sau
Dleto; J n Hus-iny, T r Hussmy. N X Row
lan, G F Hoyt, National Cltrj It E Cres«
wetl, Mi»« Creaawell, MHa smma<:-era well
Mrs C P L;ml ill, H X rttelniieek. Mrs E B
Phi 111 r. a minrlo; Mrs \V H Plumm, Miss L
Cuff, T M Lou aud wife, Del Mar; Dr H P
Magna and Kfl'e, Kav«nua.O: A F Carpen
ter. New M*-xle->; W Memro- Sacrum i,ui- J
H W.mr, S v Franel-nn: W II Pottorff. Ett
wants: E li Ha stead, Milwaukee: 1 Haves.
XlMoots. »L Mason, Pomona; D A Kirn
BY JOHN C. BELL & CO.
Large Auction and Credit Sale
IN THE BLUTIIII,
CITY OF SAN BERNARDINO
On Saturday. April 30, IM7.
BY JOHN C. BELL & CO.,
All the Lots in the Valuable Fairbanks Addition
To the Depot, being the most valuable business anil residence lots in
SAN BERNARDINO. Also a number of Elegant Villa Lota. Particulars
hereafter. The above are to be sold by order of N. H. FAIRBANKS, ESQ.
Kvery lot without reserve. Title Perfect.
£3?- EXCURSIONS f^J
Will run from Los Augeles, San Diego, Riverside and other points at excursion ratci.
TERMS OF SALE.—One-third cash, one third is 6 months, one-third in 13 months:
10 per cent, on the fall of the hammer. ,
MP»Pull particulars may be learned of FAIRBANKS & WILSON,'-'ol Third Street,
San Beruardiuo, or of
apl3St .H»1I> l. BEI.I , Auctioneer, 1? Temple Klock.
PROVIDENCIA RANCHO!
17,000 ACRES, MOUNTAIN AND VALLEY,
THE FINEST BODY OF LAND IN
LOS ANGELES COUNTY!
ONEY SIX MILES lltotl EOS AKGJKLJES CITY LIMITS, ON
the Southern PRCific main line to San Francisco—Six Passenger Trains Daily !
Bide Tracks, and other improvements under progress. An Elegaut Hotel and
nine business and residence buildings now under contract totbe erected in the new
1 town, which has been named
' Now surveyed and laid; streets under contract for grading. WATER IN ABUNDANCE
will be piped in front of each and every lot. Tne town is located on au cmi
nence commanding a view of tho 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 rjuality and fertility
cannot 1. c surpassed iv Southern California, and Claimed by all j edges to be specially
adapted to the growth of ORANGES, LEMONS, LIME 3, OLIVES and other fruits.
tMf A plat of the town and prices and terms of lots and seres can be obtained at the
office of the PROVIDENCIA LAND AND WATER COMPANY, No. 13 Bryson Block,
second floor, or of either of the following directors:
T. \\. T. KICIIAKDS, Secretary, Koom 15 Hrysoil Block.
L. T. GARNSEY, Room 1G Bryson Block I J. DOWNENY HARVEY, Downey Block
G. W. KING. 113 West First Street. W. B, GOUCHER, Cable Road Office,
11. L. MACNEIL, 10 Court Street. 1 Dowuey Block
E. E. HALL, 1 Lawyer Block. | D. BURBANKS, Main Street. mr3o-lm
HYDE PARK!
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," 8U miles
from city limits; overlooks the city of Los Angeles; plenty of GOOD VVATER
piped to the lots ; each Lot 60x190 feet, fronting on 00-foot avenues. These
aie selling rapidly at $100; $40 cash, balance $10 per month, without in
terest. Also, 5 and 10-acre Villa Lots surrounding the town.
leave the ollice 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.
ap2-1m
MEYBERG BROS.
& Artistic Gas Fixtures,
I GAS GLOBES,
A Gas Fitting
il IN ALL ITS BRANCHES,
ESTIMATES FURNISHED.
1 CORNER OF
___ LOS ANGELES, CAL. ap3-3m
A Bargain in Cahuenga Lands.
i
1200 Acres Tof Cahuenga Foothill Land ;
THREE Iflll.ES WEST OF CITY EIBIITS,
With Fine View of City, Valley and Ocean I
gM\T- RICH SOIE I PEENTY WATBH t NO FROST ! -»»
PRICE PER ACRE, «176. APPLY TO
H. H. WILCOX & CO., 34 North Spring Street.
I apl6— lm
foraia, UHo.
Dots.
LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD, AFIIIL 20. 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.
SSfSee 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 aDd brokers in every commercial city of promlnunce ln 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, HONET, ETC., ETC.
for Ro' al Baking Powder, Walter Bakei & Co's Chocolate,
Kingsford's Oswego Starch.
Also, agents for American Oil Company's Whale Qjl Soap.
WM. L. LOCKE. Manager Los Angeles Agency,
• ARCADIA!
Lots in this Beautiful Town Still on Sale
106 NORTH SPRING STREET, L. A.
MAPS WILL BE BEADY ON TUESDAY, THE 12TH. PRICES WILL
BE MARKED O.N 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 LORENA STREETS, AS ABOVE.
H. J. STEVENSON,
No. 100 NOKTII SPKlilili STREET, I.OS AMiEI.ES, CALIFORNIA.
aH-tf
OCCIDENTAL
PRESBYTERIAN
UNIVEESITY.
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
delightful views in every direction. Free from the fogs which prevail lv the western
portion of tho city, aud receiving dally a delightful sea breeze uncontaminated by the
smoke and smells of the city.
The proceeds of these lots form the building fund of tbe University, snd they are
put on the market at a low price to Insure immediate sale. 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 1
Street Railroad within a short time. The purest soft water may bo had at a depth of 80 {
feet, and arrangements are being perfected for au abundaut supply of pure Mountain
Water to be piped to the Tract.
It Is the intention of the Trustees to open tho College for the reception of stu
dents next Fall with the ablest Faculty lv the State; and the moment its hai s open lor
instruction the value of these lots will iucrcase five fold. This is a chance that occurs j
BUT ONCE IN A LIFETIME. A chance to secure a delightful home, with pure water
pure air, soul-inspiring scenery and the highest possible grade of education at your very J
door, and all within a short street car ride of tho business portion of the city. What cau t
any mortal ask for more? THESE LARGE LEVEL LOTS are for sale from i
$160 UPWARDS, j
i
FOR A SHORT TIME ONLY, BY f
THE SOMEN CALIFORNIA LAND LEAGUE, I
BURCH and BOAL, Agents, S
NO 06 N. MAIN HTBEET, LOS ANUELF.S. e3 lm

Eagleson&Co.,
=50-
NORTH SPRING STREET.
New Spring and -Summer Goods,
CONSISTING OK
Light-weight Underwear,
HOSIERY,
FANCY SHIRTS,
XRAVE I. I N G
SSSS H II II BIIHK TTTTT SSSS
S SH 11 UK R T S 8
8 H II II R II T 8
S II 11 II R R T 8
SSSS 11111111 11 RRRR I SSSS
IB ISi b f s
II Bui I f 8
S 8 II II 11 R R T 8 „,
SSSS H 11 II R R T SSSS „
NECKWEAE,
Collars and Cuffs, Etc.
PEICES LOW.
Eagleson & Co.,
-50-
NORTH SPRING STREET.
it I.A I, EM'ATiI.
Semi-Tropic Land Co.
REAL ESTATE
—IN—
All Parts of the City and County.
CHOICE: BARGAINS IN ALL CLASSES OF
PROPERTY.
Iteqiicmt SI. bimim•«% location,
»IS!S per Cool.
Temple street, finest residence locatlonlon
street, per foot.
Fine residence, 9 rooms, Hill street. *15,000
Hill street, lotiiOxlOu feet 5,000
Best lot lv Ivanhoe 1,000
Sau Gabriel, 100 acres finely im
proved, fine house, furnished,
elegant home and paylug invest
ment 50,000
Bunker Hill. 30 feet with ,"> room
house, bath, stable 2,500
Hunker Hill, 85x115, tl-room bouse. 4,000
Bunker Hill, comer, 30x145, house 6
rooms, also new benst 3 rooms 5,000
Boyle Heights, SOxlti'J ft., house,
stable 1.750
Ellis tract, house 10 rooms, finely
finished, lot 50x188 9,000
Olive street, lovely home, 10 rooms 12,000
Long Beach, 10 acres, set to trees
and vines 2000
Long Beach, 10 acres, with house.. 2600
Loug Beach, 40 acres 3200
Diamond sireet, ton of hill on Cable
road; best bargain on tho hill 1500
San Gabriel. 360 seres, mostly iv
trees and vines, ouly 8300 per acre,
worth IIOCO.
100 acres in barley near Rosamond 300
Park Villa tract, beautiful lot;
cheapest in the city. See It.
Ohio street, new house; 6 rooms;
near Cable road, only 20C0
Alabama street, flue ID-room house;
very cheap, only • •■ 2/50
Fine lot on hill, splendid view, 70x
-165 *6,000
Charming home on hill. 84x165, 9
room house, best finish 13,000
Hope street, nice home, lot 00x166,
house 6 rooms 3,000
Fine house, 16 rooms, Bunker Hill,
furnished pays 15 per cent, in price 12,000
Texas street, right side, fine lot, ouly 1,000
AZUSA PROPERTY. VERNON PROPERTY
—SEE LIBT AT—
106 N. Spring; Ist., Temple Block.
GEO. W. BURTON.
mr3ltf
C.A. SUMNER & CO.,
Real Estate Agents snd Auctioneers,
14 North Spring Street.
WE HAVE FOR BALK:
Lot 50x135, on Eleventh street, on
very easy terms S 375
Corner lot 50x150 on Dowuey avenue.. 1300
Lot 60x175 in Ellis tract; M cash 900
Lot 40x100 Court and Bootn 275
Lot 50x135 Ninth st.; l / a cash 900
Lot 180x130 cor. Wesley aye. and Jef
ferson street 3500
Lot 62x162 cor. Flower aud Brooklyn.. 1100
Lot 120x274 cor. facing three streets,
Falrvlew tract 6 JOO
Lot 180x100 southwest corner Virgin. 9000
House of 4 rooms, lot 40x120, end of
cable road i 2 .000
House of 0 rooms East Pico street;
brings *33 a mouth 3000
House of 5 rooms on Turner, nenr
Alameda •■ _ 1800
10 acres, with bouse and orchard, nr.
cable road • WOO
30 acres iv oranges: fine placo for sub
division 65,000
105 acres in City limits 60,000
14 seres near Ostrich Farm; good
house and Improvements 12,000
O. A. SUMNER A GO.,
oel7 It North Spring Street.

xml | txt