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located in the MIDST ok the choicest ! center. This grand avenue extends from the lots are in the midst of beautiful orange, walnut (from the west and the east will meet on the lands mountains on the north to Covina and the aud shade trees, and handsome and stately build- of Gladstone on, or about the first day of sale. flflOlliTO PflflffOD nUll IllllQirnPflO mountains on the south, a distance of nine miles, ings will soon be erected and occupied. The San Gabriel Valley road will run excursion Ul dlllL DUIUV UU dliU I lllu Vdl U.U Tt Phases through the center of Qladstone, making A/TT T A out on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, th» lots on that avenue very valuable. A lot near iTI All Xy l\. V 2 ist, 22nd and 23rd inst., landing passengers within of this delightful section and in the the center of the town is reserved lor the First _ , a mile of Gladstone, and carriages will be in wait ! • lhe Commodious . v . . . „ „, ~ , ... National Bank of Gladstone, and a prominent ing each day in charge of Mr. Fuller, who will Mliral Ceilter fOr Trade and TraYd. architect of Los Angeles is now preparing plans And charmin S home of Mr - H - Fuller > has been show visitors over the land and return them to for the building, which will be of solid granite. converted into a convenient hotel, where all the trains wiU#feut any charg6i Traing leaye the comers wiU be entertained at reasonable rates. DowQey ayenue bf j dge at 9;3()a _ m it possesses the A Newspaper is to be established at once There is a liver y stable connected with the hotel and returning leave Gladstone at 3 o'clock p. m. f and additional buildings for stores and shops for the accommodation of those who wish to arjd arrive at Los Angeles at 4:20 p. m. MflCfP IHIBtICPI' PllMAfl'll erected - The founders of Gladstone own exten- driv e about the beautiful Azusa. The lands All of the numerous offers for lots and lands lflUul CHrijU 1 uJjllVlillD sive marble ' <l uarries near at hand from which purchased for GladBtone P° ssess a more valuable in Gladstone already received have been refused can be obtained handsome building stone in un- vvater ri g ht than those of an y P art of the State - and will be steadily refused until the day of sale, in southern California, limited quantities and it is expected that marble The 80urce is the San Gabriel river, which is w h en all shall have a fair and equal chance to and commands a view of the entire San Gabriel and granite will be liberally used in the con- constant in its flow > whether the Beason purchase at the schedule price. The terms of Valley, one of the grandest in the world. The struction of the new business blocks. They also « wet or dry. Gladstone, situated at the east- sale will be IO per cent . when se i ec tions are purchase for the town of Gladstone embraces own a Valllble Water Pom independent of the crn extremity of tho great San Gabriel valley, made , enough to make one-third payment wjlhin the property of nineteen different owners, and Azusa water, having a fall of two hundred feet, overlooks a scene surpassing in beauty and ten days and the balance in six and twe]v comprises 5 25 acres of the most beautiful' land which will be used for generating electricity by variet y that commanded by any other point- monthg The Sft]e wiH take place QU thfi grounds that the sun ever shone upon. It will be laid which the streets of Gladstone will be lighted Duarte, Monrovia, Arcadia, Santa Amta, Sierra at Gladstone on out into business and residence lots, acrelots and and by which the street cars will be propelled. Madra, Lamanda Park Pasadena and the great C ATTTDI) A V THF 23d INSTANT i . , , ,\ , a A Tha Raymond Hotel are in full view. JXll UIU/Xll, lllLi £tFU, lHJlttlll, five and ten acre tracts, and sold at a fixed Ihe center of Gladstone is alieady the estao- 3 ,0 oc'lock a. m. Free lunch to all who come. schedule of prices, which will be reasonable and lished business center for the whole Azusa and Gladstone is located on the lines of two Take the train for Gladstone and see the liberal. All streets graded, and water, both pure is surrounded on all sides by productive land un- great transcontinental railways, both of which most b eautiful part of Southern California, and abundant, piped to every lot. der the highest state of cultivation. Business cross the lands of the company. The Atchison, , *S*Depot grounds have been reserved be ,rr , ... . -ii j vi • 1 -.i • m t j c i j 1 1 j k 4. tween Citrus and Gladstone avenues, and a hand- Citrus avenue is laid out eighty-eight feet lots near this center will double in value within Topeka and Santa Fe road is already about com- gQme Btation wiU be erected at once> wide, with a row of beautiful shade trees in th e a week after the day of sale. The residenc pleted, and the construction parties approaching Address all Inquiries to the Gladstone Inciproverrierit Company, Or see Mr. H. FULLER, at Hinda VP'a, on the ground. Office California Southern R. R. Co., 239 N. Main St., or 23 N. Spring St., Los Angeles, Cal. HAN KIN U HOUSES. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF LOS ANGELES. Capital Mock WtOO,OOU. Surplus 100,000. E. F. BPENCE President J. F. CRANK Vice-President J. M. EL LI oil Cashier Directors—J. I). Bicknell, J. F. Crank. H. Maburv, K. F. Spence, William Lacy, 8. H. Mott, J. H. Elliott. Stockholders —Estate of A H. Wilcox. O. B. Witherby, 8. H. Mott, J. F. Crank, A. L. Lankershim, E Hollenbcck, E. F. Spence, H. Mabury, F. Q Story, L. H. Carlton, Jas. McCoy, J. D. Bicknell. William Lacy, J. M. Elliott. «nrl2 LOS ANGELES COUNTY BANE, Temple Block, Los Angeles, Cal. Capital Stork Paid Up, »100,000. j Reserve Fund, WIOO.OOO. JOHN E, PLATER .President. R. 8. BAKER Vice-President. GEO. H. STEWART Cashier. DIRECTORS. H. L. MacNeil, Jotham Bixby, John E. Plater, RobsftS Baker, John A. Paxton, Geo. W. Prescott, 11. M WIDNEY. and Sell Exchange: On San Francisco. New York, London, Paris, Berlin and Frankfort, «b*-Boy Exchanges on all parts of the United States and Europe. JRV*Receive Money on open account and certificate cf deposit, and do a general banking and exchange business. FARMERS' and MERCHANTS' BANK OF LOS ANGELES. Established in 18C8 Paid Up Capital *200,000. Burplus and Reserve Fund.. a 500,000. Total »700,000. ISAtAS W. Hellman Pr sldent L. C. Goodwin Vice-President John Milner .Secretary BOARD OF DIRECTORS. . IsalasW. Hellman, I John 8. Griffin, 0. W Childs. I C. E. Thorn, Phil. Garnler, I J. B. Lankershlm C. Dueommun, I Jose Mascarel. M> Exchange for sale on New York, London, Frankfort, Dublin, Paris and Ber lin. Receive deposits aud issue their cer tificates. Buy aud pell Governments, State, County and City Bondß. Los Angeles Savings Bank, 130 NORTH MAIN BTREET. Capital * ...•300,000 L. C. GOODWIN President J. V. WAOHTEL Secretary 1. W. Hellman. John E. Plater, Robert 8. Baker, John A. Paxton, l. C. Goodwin, Term deposits will be received in sums of $100 and over. Ordinary deposits in sums of 110 anl over. to loan on flrst-clars real estate. Lob Angeles, July 1, 1884 Jyl tf Los Angeles National Bank, Cor. First and Spring Sts. Surplus •85,000 capital •300,000 GEO. H. BONEBRAKE President. JOHN BRYSON, 8r Vice-President. F. C. HOWES Cashier. DIRECTORS. Dr. W. G Cochran, H. H. Markhah. Firry U. Green John Bbybon. Sr., Da. H. Sinsabauoh, F. C. Howes, GIOBOE H. BONKBRAKK. AW-Exchanga for sale on all the prluci paloTtles ot the United States and Europe miB ,' OCCIDENTAL PRESBYTERIAN j TJNIVEESITY. PURE AIR IS HKALTH FOR THE BODY! EDUCATION IS HEALTH I FOR THE SOUL! I I 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, ou a high plateau, commanding most delightlul views in every direction. Freo from the fogs which prevail iv the western portion of the city, and reoeivlug daily a delightful sea breeze uucoutamlnated by the smoke and smells of the city. The proceeds of these lots form the building fund of the University, and thty 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 Stevenßon avenue, which will soon be the most impOßing Btreet in the city, and upon which responsible parties are now under bonds to oonstruot 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 piped to the Tract. It 1b the intention of the Trustees to open the College for the reception of stu dents next Fall with the ablest Faculty In the State; and the moment Us hal s open for instruction the value of these lots will Increase fivefold. This is a chance that occurs BUT ONCE IN A LIFETIME. A chance to secure a delightful home, with pure water pure air, soul-lnEplring scenery and the highest posslblo grade of education at your very door, aud all within a short street car ride ol the business portiou of the city. What can any mortal ask for more? THESE LARGE LEVEL LOTS are lor sale from $160 TJPWABDS, FOB A BIIORT TIME ONLY, BY THE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA LAND LEAGUE, BURCH and BOAL, Agents, NO 66 N. MAIN vrit F.F.T, I.QS AKBEI.ES. »3 lm HYDE PARKT Charming new town on the line of the L. A. & S. M. R. R., now build ing from this city to the "NEW HARBOR AT LA BALLONA," 3> 4 ' miles from city limits; overlooks the city of Los Angeles; plenty of GOOD WATER piped to the lots; each Lot 00x190 feet, fronting on 00-foot avenues. These are soiling rapidly at $100; $40 cash, balance $10 per month, without in terest. Also, 5 and 10-acre Villa Lots surrounding the town. leave the office at 1:30 r. m. to show parties the beautiful property. M. L. WICKS or A, E. DITCH, Courthouse and Main Streets, Los Angeles, Cal. \ l ap2-lm < LOS ANGELES DAILY HEEALD, A Pit IL 21. 1887. Notice of Application of J. W. Hin too, Trustee, FOR QUIT-CLAIM DEED FKOM THE City of Lcs Angeles fo him for certain lands—Notice Is hereby given that J. W. Hiuton, Trustee, has (his day ti ed with the Council of the Citr of Los Angeles a peti tion iv wrl.lng praying that the City of Los Angeles execute to him a, quit-claim deed to all the right, title and Interest of the said city iv and to that certain tract of lind sit uated in said city, and described as follows, to wit: Commencing at a point in the north line of lot 511 of the Canal and Reservoir lands, said point beln; tbo iutersectlon of tho said north line of lot Oil with tho cast line of a strip of land, as described in a deed from V. Beaudry to the City of LO3 Angeles, recorded In book — page —, of deeds; thence along north line of Bald lot 511 W. 47 3 VV. 102.24 feet; thence S. 3°2B'W. 196 30 feet to the north Hue of Pearl street, as located upon tbe map of the Victor Heights tract; theuce along said north Hue of Pearl street 8 51° 58' E 12 iv feet to a point of a 82° 20' curve to the right; thence along said curve to a point, the course aud dis tance from the last station being 8.45° si' E. 56 00 feet; thence N. V 28' E. 190.20 feet to tbe place of beginning. And that said petition will be heard by the said Council of the city of Los Angeles at its regular session, to be held at the Council Chambers In tho City Hall in the city of Los Angeles at 2 o'clock on Monday, the 26th day ol April, 1687, and all persons interesud therein are he eb. notified to appear and file their objections, if any they have, why said petition (hould not be grunted, iv writing with me at least one day before said date. A full abstract of the title to said property has been filed »Ith ins by the raid peti tioner. FREEMAN a. TEED, Clerk of the Council of the City of Los An geles. apr2o-6t U. S. LAND OFFICE, LO3 ANUILES, CAL., APRIL 19, 1887, Notice of Application to Purchase Umber Land —Notice is hereby given that, in compliance with the provisions of the Act of Congress approved June 3, 1878, en titled "An Act for the Sale of Timber Lauds In the States of California, Oregon. Nevada and Washington Territory," John Keiiealy, whoso postoflice address is Los Angeles, Ik)s Angeles county. California, has this day filed iv this otlice his application to purchase the f« M ol NE y t aud NB % of NW % Sjctiou No. 22, in Township No. 3 N, Range No. 10 W of the 8. B. meridian. All persons holding any adverse claim thereto are required to present the same at this offico within sixty days from the first publication of this notice. ap2o-Cot J. D. BE I'll UNK, Register. BANK JiOTICE. mo THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE J_ Farmers' and Merchants' Bank of Los Angeles and to all others interested: Of fice of the Farmers' aud Merchants' Bank of Los Angeles, Kebrunry 17, 1887. In ac_ cordance with a resolution adopted at a meeting of the Directors of the Farm ers'aud Merchants' Bank of Los Angeles, held at the office of tho corporation, this day, a special meeting of tbe stockhold ers of said corporation is hereby called, the same to be held at the office of the corpora tion, in the office of tho Farmers' and Mer chants' Bank of Los Angeles, corner of Main and Jommerclnl streets, in the City of Los Angeles, County ol I os Angeles, State of California, on Monday, the ninth (ath) day of May, 1887, at the hour of 4 o'clock r. M., on that diy, to take into consideration and decide upon the proposition to increase the capital Block of said corporation from two hundred thousand (1200,000) dollars,divided into two hundred (200) shares of one thou sand (JOOO) dollars each, the present capital of the corporation, to flvehundred thousand ($.500,000) dollars, to be divided into five huudred (M 0) shares at one thousand (11000) dollars each. I. W, HELLMAN, President. Johh Milner. Secretary. fl9Tu*F-ms>y9 To Hotel ud Boarding-House Keepers FOE SALE — BUILDING 26x12 AND Blook 1 SOxtOO; no other hotel; passenger depot 75 feet distant; sood loca tion; people sleeping outdoors for want of accommodation. Sure thing. Apply to V. O. UIXMOKE * CO., SO N. Spring Street, Los Angeles. ap3-lm THAT HACKING COUGH can be so auickly cured by Sbilob's Cure. We guar in lee It. 0. F. HeiDieman, agent, Los An ■eles. MEYBEEG BROS. Ej Artistic Gas Fixtures, A Gas Fitting IT IN ALL US BRANCHES. ESTIMATES II RMBHKII. _PN LOS ANGELES, CAL. ap3-3m BY JOHN C. BELL & CO. Large Auction and Credit Sale IN THE BEAI'TIFUI, CITY OF SAN BERNAtfWNO On Saturday, April 30, 1887, BY JOHN C. BELL & CO., All the Lots in the Valuable Fairbanks Addition To the Depot, being the most valuable business and residence lots in SAN BERNARDINO. Also a number of Elegant Villa Lots. Particulars hereafter. The above are to bo sold by order of N. H. FAIRBANKS, ESQ. Every lot without reserve. Title Perfect. EJIT EXCURSIONS Will run from Los Angeles, San Diego, Riverside aud other points at excursion ratei. TERMS OF SALE.—One-third cash, one-third Is 6 months, one-third In 12 months; 10 per cent, on the fall of the hammer. AVFull particulars may be learned of FAIRBANKS A WILSON, 261 Third Street, San Bernardino, or of I aplSSt JOHN sj. BELL., Auctioneer, it Tetaale Black. 3 Notice ol Dissolution of Partnership. rpHE FIRM HERETOFORE EXISTING X under tbe uajne aud style of Bryant, Walton & Company, doing business in tho city of Los Angeles, California, is this day dissolved by mu'ual consent Fred A. Wal ton and J. V. Wachtel having purchased the entire ink-rest of R. H Bryant i ■ the concern, said Walton aud Wachtel will col lect all debts and i bligations due to sstld firm aud will p.yall of the iudebtedLess aud obligations of said Arm. 11. H. BRYANT, 1 RED A. WALTOK, J V WACHTEL. Dated at Los Angeles, Calilornia, March 19,1557. welawsw CERTIFIC ATE OF COPARTNERSHIP. State ok California, I County of Los Anhelss. | We, the undersigned, do hereby certify that, we are partners, transacting buiiners in this State, in tbo city and couuty of Los Angeles, under the firm usme and style of ' Walton & Wachlel, that the nam< s in full of all tbe members of such partner hip are subscribed hereunto, and that the placet of our respec ive residences are set opposite our respt ctt veiiames heteuuto subscribed. Iv witness whereof we have hereunto set cur hands this 21st day of M«rch. A. D. 18*7. FREDEKIC AUGUSTUS WALTON, Los Angrier, i.a. JOHN VALENTINE WACH TEL. Los Angeles, Cal. State of California, j CtI'NTY OF LOS AMIELES.) *> S- Ou this 22d day ol March, one thousand eight hundred and cighty-'cven, before me. T. E. Kowm, a Notary Public iv and fur Ibe stld county of Los Angeles personally ap peared Frederic Augustus Walton aud J >bn Valentine Wtchtel, personally known to me to be the same persons detc ibed in. whose names are subscribed to the annexed instrument and they severally acknowl edged t. me that they executed the same. In witness whe'eof, I have nereuuto let my hand nnd affixed my ofliri il seal, the day aud year in this cer.in>«t9 ft>«t abovo written. T. E. ROW All. Notary Public. Filed March 22,1857. we law 5w C. H. DUSBMOOR, Clerk. In the Superior Court. STATE OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF Los Angeles—ln the nutter of the es tate of LOUISE KELLEU, deceased. Notice for publication of time for proving will. etc. Notice is hereby given that Monday, tho yd day of May, 1887. at 10 o'cli ct a. m. of said day, at the cour.rnom of this court, at tbe Court House, in tho city and county of Los Angelec, has been appolu'ed fo hear ing the application of Frerterlke Heehtaod Benjamin Halmer praying that a document now on file in this court purporting to be the last will and testament of Louise Kel ler, deceased, be admitted to probate, and tbst letters of admlutst-atton, with the will annexed, be issued to H-nj train B Imer. el which time and p ace all persons Interested therein may appe ir and contest the same. Dated April 18, 1847. CHARLES H. DUN3MOOR. County Clerk and ex-omclo Clerk of said Superior court. By F. B Fanninu, Dapttty. apl9 td NOTICE TO CREDITORS. ESTATE OF 1 EKES A T ALIO I, DK cesser!.—N. tico Is here' y given by the undersluned, administrator of the estate of Teresa Taiii.i, dece-sed, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims agih st the said deceased, to exhibit ih'.m. wlt'j the necessary vouchers, wi lilts four months after the publication of tbl« notice, to the said administrator, at the office n' Urav s A O'Melveny. Rooms 19, 20 and VI linker Block, iv toe city aud county of U>« an geles. G. TONONI. Administrator of the estate «f Teiesa Talicl. deceased. Ik linted at l.os Augelc, Apris"#VlSS7. JP!Wm_M_ Los Angeles Novelty wfcs, SARCADIA5 ARCADIA Sl'Kßjßr OPP. WELLS Fargo .t Co, mfleT'Cturf'r of Sesl Presses. Rubber StamTni and out fits. Steel. Batik Brass 8 amps. Badges, Stenc'ls. ele. apfi-lm THO-'. C DOt'GMFRTY. P. I». MILLINERY. Every lady can be made pretty by going down to No. 22 South M*la ant Isttlnj Mrs. Dosoh St her face, besides saving niaey. BIW,U