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DAILY HERALD.
Arrival and Departure of Mails
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DAILY REAL ESTATE RECORD.
rahlivhed by the Abstract ana
Title insurance Company.
Fsiday. April 22. 1887.
OOHVIYAKCB*.
Wm A Spaldin? aud Mary D Spaltllugto
"Ki'vldeacls Land. Water and
ment Co to X X Alexander and C E'Stuart—
Xeementtoconvevlot 4 block 85. Provi
dencla Rolands; IliiOO.
Suae 10 same-Asreeraent to convey'lots
Id. Wand 20 block 58, 10152,4 aud 0 block
Si lot 2 block S3 and lot 2 block 89, Burbank,
''tSobiii W Day to John T H»n«aker-Boutb
M'eetoflot /0 nml north 20 feet of lot us
sidTortb 40 feet ol lot 20 block 14, Bast Los
*T B wpn?lu J ? > iMckard to Sarah J White-
Part of lot fi block B, San Pascual tract.
J White and O William White to
Mary A Bartlett—Lot 1« block D, New Fair
Oaks avenue tract; IV2-0.
0 A. Bl«ssforth and Msurice 8 Hellman to
Pierre Davin aud Francois Jullien—Lots 1,
I™, 6, 7, 8, 11, 12. 18,14 15. 10. 17. 18, 19, 20
--22, 13, 51. 25, 26,17, 28, 29' 30,81 and 32, Hell
saan & Btav-fortb i subdnof lot 5. Work,
eian A Hellman's subdn of block 73, U a;
"nR Hooper to J W Brown-Tot J. N. R.
Hoopers subdn of lots 11. 12.13. 27. 28, 29, 30
and .11 block K. New Fsir Oaks avenue tract,
* X wTaYgV io* F X Shaw-Lot northeast
corner ot Los Robles avenue and Illinois
streets Pasadena: $1200. .....
Anton Bixel to Fra, k A 14
W 17 snd 19 block 4. Downey tract;|2oto.
O O altltimore.C M Wells and V A Craw-
Jord to Louts J P Horrell—BE 3 acres of sec
I T 2 8. R 11 W; *50 0. . „...,,
Lewis J P Morrill to Miss Minnie C Mllti
inore-Undivided Hof SE3 acres of seel,
to Cecil H Fuller
—Part of lot' 7, block I, Bsu Pascual tract:
"Sc Park'T, E C Parker and C C Olmsted
to Abrsm Skiuuer—Lots ft. ti, 7, 8 and 9, C C
Olmsted's subdn of lot 2, block 181, Pomona
tract; lioCO.
Aurclia Carpenter lo Roman to M Keca—
Lots 7 and 8 blcck *2, Pomona; SIO6P.
Haary Net:l to Margery A Northcross,
Marshall Northcross and W P Northcross—
Lots 1 and 8. block 18, Santa Ana; iis.ooo.
TJGrlderto Alexander Kelts—lo acres,
being portion of property described book 65,
rase *» of deeds; 11700.
W A Boriug and N W Stowell to « A Oar
rett*>u-Lot 24 block B, Colina Park: 11200
Maria Josephine Sacsserott to AaroD
Palmatcer-Loton west Hue of Los Rob es
avenue iv or adjacent lot 10 block I, San
Pascual tract; $1200,
Wm A Spalding snd Mary I) Spalding to
Mrs Alt Glletie!4Lnts 16, 17,18, 19 snd 20
block B, Snaldlng ,t Pinney's subd of east
three fourths oi let 16, Sierra Madre tract:
sUM
E H Spslding to F M Randolph W C Mc-
Kralneyand A A Curtis—NE>4 of lot 16 Si
errs Madre tract: (10 000.
J W Soto snd Manoela G 8 to to Busan A
Defrles snd W C Defrlei-Agreement to
convey 10seres Iv RoSan Jose; *3000.
C Yon der Kuhleu and Margaret V ou der
KuMen to J X Treutlen and V X Drouil
lard—Agreement to convey lot on north line
of First street; » 460.
D M Graham and Margaret C Graham to
Lydis A Collier, wife of D Collier—All lnt
in lots's 16 17 18 and 19, blockand lot S
Week 2. Collier & Graham's addn, S Pasa
dena : 820 m .
Lvdla A Collier U Collier. D M Oralis m
and Margaret C Oraham-AU iut in lots 13
14 20and 21, block 1. and lot 7 block —.Col
lier ft Graham's addn, South Passdcua:
"LydlaA Collier, D Collier, D M Graham
and Mtrzaret C Graham to Jennie X Collier
—Loi ft block 2, Collier & Graham's addn, 8
Pssadeua: tiotfl. . .
a J White to A J Sanborn—Lot 1 block 3,
Ocean View tract No 1; $1250.
Mrs Barbara A liamsey to Harry Hast ins
1 Agreement to convey lot on DeLacy 6treet
M of Colorado s'rei t; »22 0
LC Clark to B F Klerulff—Tract iv Bi Los
Felix described book 90 page 214 of deeds;
811,000. . „
Jessie Hunter to L. C. Clark—Tract in Bo
deLnsF 11.140C0
A L Wbituey to F. C. Howes—2s acres in
BKWof sec I T 2 8 lt 14 W; SIO.COO.
tiC Hotcbklssto B N Smith and A S Bald
win—Agreement to convey lots 10,11 aud
Is. Wbittemore's auhdn of lot E, and part of
lota U and D block 2, Monrovia; $5000.
W W toper to Beui F Orr and W H Sutch
—Lots 8 and 10 block E, Thomas tract; 13000.
H A Unruh to J F Falver—Lots 1 and 2
block 7o lots 5,15 and 16 block 76; lots 1 and
2 block 79, snd lot 1 block 80, Arcadia; $2600.
Join Kea to P G Wooster—Lot 38, P G
Weostei's subdn of lot 4 block U, San Pas
onaltrect; I7OCO
M L Wicks to C II Carlisle—Lots 1, 2, 8, 4,
6. 6 7. 8 9, 10 and 11 btnek 1 of stihdn of the
south half of lot 5 block F, H S; $1650.
SUM It ART,
Number of transfers in above list, 31
Trrtnl annum nf CiinKideration. $143,671.
Number of transfers under 11000 »r-.oh, 16.
Total amount of consideration, $9,371.
Transfers for nominal cousidet Htion, 36.
Anregste of day's transf«>rß,"ll4:i,7o7.
iNort—Transfers of which the considera
tion Is less than Moot) are not published in
toe above list.]
HOTEL ARRIVALS YESTERDAY.
Dktot Hotel-W H Miutzer, Colton; T D
Robertson, III; Mrs W G Curtis, 3an Fran
Cisco; Mrs R D Curtis, Anaheim; Mrs X L
Myr'ck, Oakland: Mrs R W Thompson,
l-,wa; Mrs Asher, Texas: 8 8 Vaugh, Michi
gan: A M Brothers, wife and sister, cily:
It 8 Draper. San Francisco; C C Bonte, Sac
nunepto: B Welch, do; D X Davis, San
Francisco: M na'.elt. San Dlego; W Hall
and wife, Eodee City, Kansas.
GaaMO Centrai. Hotel—Jno L Overton.
Pomona: W H Harrington, Santa An.; W P
Barnes. Yuma; J Webster, Kansas; Jas Ken
nedy, Ban F'snclsco; T A Wescolt, San
mean; John if Malone. Azusa; II J Har
rington aud wife, ireelsy. Cal; W llrown,
ju Wiit, Albert Bowman, RUerside; J (I
Nichols, San Diego.
Pico I'ol'se—G A Brown, F G Bochow,
ChPS Waiter*. A Andrews snd wife, C C
Hlltr o, 8«n Frsceisco; J W Naegle, EW
BlesU'l Oakland; Jordon, Gcoßltimer,
Cha« Hlumf-r. New York; T S Nuwby, Ven
tura; X W Walker. Azusa; D E La Kue, Riv
erside: A W McDuecn, Tucson, AT; W X
Moth. Phlladelohia; L W Henly, Demlng,
N M: Thos Duffy Rom L-oke.Va; Geo A GunU
olf Sacrament >: C W Thompson and wife, I
Nevada. F T Boutherlaud, X N King, Sau
Bernardino; E I) Heyd, Denver; J Raldr'ge.
city W H Guthrie, Ban Francisco; Mrs E J
Bhouby. San Diego; E E Ron ell, San Berusr
dlno- X Onus, Bsn Francisco; John Ross.
C»>" Holden and" wife, New York; WE
KAukiu, Philadelphia.
Stevenhon House—J H Cllnkscoles, wife
aud child, R W Lnndruin, San Diego; PF
Kelly, l a Vcrn», Minn; A J Ucgau, S-in
rracclsco: W Moore, W Q Harvey, Pasade
us- J L Ayers, Azusa; T J Keltou aud wife,
B'ota Ana: A Eckstme, Elgin. I I; R God
frey Ocesnside, Geo W Bates, H Cleveland,
V it'l.urdy, Azusa; C A Preston, Sauta Ann;
PrCco DeacoD, Cedar Raflds, Ia; II H Cal
)..b„n Terston. AT; J Lewis, Birmingham.
Ala; A M Jndkius and wife, Boston: A F
Burton, San Franelsro.
A Good Nurse
Shou'd not hesitate to wait upon those II
with eusb diseases ss Smallpox, Cholera or
■Ciriet Fever. There is Utile to he feared
by per ons wstiing ou tbe s e.k If they will
nse Dorby's Prophylactic Fluid freely. lo
ajek-ronms It should be expo>ed ru a pate
Of saucer, snd lh« patient spoij;;ed off with
the Fluid diluted. For safety, cleanliness
i v comlnr' In tbe sick room the Fluid is
4 spensable.
Tsae 9»*cl»anlc»» Isastirnte
Mas again swarded the Fredericksburg
Brewing Compauy the two first prizes
for best export ana draught lager.
Latest Styles erf Hate
Of all description st the Chlotgo Hat Store,
asM. Main street, and a esse given to each
purchaser.
Uo ana diet Caned
At tne Chicago Hat Store, as N. Main street.
A«aue is given away to etch purchaser ol
mmut.
Stations on the Los Angeles and San Gabriel Valley Railroad.
DISTAUCS—ABOUT MILKS.
1— LOB ANGELES 0
2— SIGAMOKn, OKUVK 4
3— HIGHLAND PaKK 6
4— GARVaNZO B
5— LINCOLN PaKK
6— SOUTH PASADENA 7
7— RAYMOND 7U
8— PASADENA 8
9— OLIVKWOOD 10
10- LAMANDA PAKK IS
11- THE NEW TOWN OF
HU IDT T I NGTON! 6
12- SIERRA MADRE ir,
13- AKCADIA 17
14- MONROVIA IS
16- DIIAKIK 20
It— A/.FBA 24
17 — A LOST A 26
13-BAN DfMAS 27
49-CLa.REMONT 29
20- POMONA 82
21- ONTARIt) 38
22- OI'CAMONOA 42
21-SAN BERNARDINO tl>
Day of Sale tor HtiTitinszton Town Hots "Will be Stated Hereafter.
A MAGNIFICENT HOTEL
Above the *«w Town of Bant.
lus ton A modern 6sr«cß of
Eden— t Scene of Seml-Troplcul
nnd Orlentnl Splendor.
An Ihe oars of the L. A. and 8. O. V.
X K. stop at pretty Lamanda Park,
nur carriage conveys us up a gentle
a cent towards the mfsa, on whioh
sinuds the new town of Huntington nnd
tho world-famous Sierra Madre Villa.
Nature has blessed Huntington with
an incomparable formation and lo
cation tor a town-site. Tske
a sheet of paper on the table
raise one end an mob. and you have a
view of its gentle slope. We were in
formed that Monday next the busy scene
of scores of teams, laborers, graders, sur
veyors, stake drivers, street openers,
etc., can be viewed, transforming Hunt
ington into a second Pasadena. Also
tbat oarly next week the town lots will
be placed on the market, the first day's
prices being only half the appraisement
of the owners. Tbat applications for
lots have been already made, but
none will be sold uutil tbe day of
sale next week. Passing through the
upper end of the town a scene breaks on
our vision never to be forgotten. In a
grove of thousands of fruit and shade
trees, tropical, semi-tropical and oriental,
and among green la,mis and beds of
flowers, stands grand Sierra Madre
Villa Hotel, hundreds of feet in length,
its veranda enclosed in glass. This is
m-t a hotel on paper, to be bailt, but
ono whioh exists, aud for ten years has
been the pride and leading charm of
Southern California. More anon.
Traveler.
TI BELMONT
TcimiDos Second-Street Cable Road.
A Charming Summer Resort
WITHIN the city limits.
All the Dellffhts of Country Life.
T?u Minutes Bide from the Business Center.
Freih Air, Cool and Refreshing Ocean
Breezes, Delightful Fanoramic View
of Mountain and Valley.
Lawns, Tbkeb, Walks and Flowkks,
Tennis Court, Swings, Etc.
Social Hops All Through the Summer.
North Main street
A lease for six years has just been
given of the store 517 North Main street, ,
running through to Upper Main street,
being the center store in the new Sen
tous building, to the firm of G. G. Wick
son 4 Co., ot Sau Francisco, who have ■]
found their business growing so fast in
thiß city and vicinity that it required
their making this move. This firm, as
is generally known, are'tbe general west
ern agents for the popular Remington
standard type-writer, nearly 100 of t
which are already in use here and many
of our leading firms have just placed
their orders with the new offioe. The
firm also deal in improved dairy machin
ery and have fitted out the largest
lairies in this section. Mr. Wickson
informed our reporter tbat the freight
overland on type-writers has been raised -
from $2 to $10 50 per 100 pounds, but
will try to continue selling machines ,
delivered here at New York list prices.
Los Angeles Produce Market.
The following Is the official record of the
Los Angeles Produ-ce Exchange, corrected
laily. In the quotations, unless otherwise
dated, lt is to he understood that the first
Igure Is the highest price bid and the last
ho lowest price asked. These quotations
us for round lota from first hands; for
mall lots out of store higher prices are
WHEAT—Australian No. 1, white, M
asked; Rye. $1.50 asked; Gold Drop,
tl.no bid; White Russian, 1.30, Sonora
11.30; Defiance No. 1, seed or shipping, tl 80
bid.
OATS —Surprise, »2 bid.
BARLEY—Feed No. [email protected]
CORN—Large yellow, car load lots, $1.06
bid. small carload lots, 11.10 asked.
FLOUR—Pioneer and Crown $6.6oasked;
L. A. XXXX Ex. Pat. Roll, $5.86; Capitol
Mills, (5.35.
MILL FEED—Bran, .21 asked; Shorts, $23
isked; Mixed Feed, corn and barley, $1.20
isked; Cracked Corn. $1.20 asked; Cracked
Barley ,$1.25 asked -.Ground barley.ll.2o asked
Rolled Barley. $110 bid. „,
GRAIN BAGS —Grain Bags MH, 22x86,6J<C
«sked; 1886 Calcutta spot, 6Hc asked; Potato
Backs, 3 asked; Mill Sacks. 6c asked.
SEED—Alfalfa, new,lie asked.
HAY- Barley. WB No. 1, new, $16.00 asked;
V, heat Hay, W B. $16.
POTATOES—SaIt Lake, $3.50; Early Rose
northern choice, $2.75.
BC ITER—Fancy Roll, 160 per t* asked.
Ohoice Roll. 17c per ft asked; Fair Roll, per
It, tec asked; Mixed Store, per ft asked:
Pickled Roll,! 170 per to. asked. Pickled
roll. new. 19c; Pickled roll, 15c.
CHEESE—Large, lie aaked; (small, 12c
»sked; small 3rb hand, 13c.
EGGS—Eggs, fresh, 23c. bid. 25c. asked.
HONEY—Extracted light, Job
tots, tc bid, -I'-c asked; Amber, 3c bid;
Comb. 10c»12*.
ONIONS—Yeilow Danver, Northern, $5.10
asked. „
BEESWAX—Beeswax, 19c® lie.
VEGETABLES MlXED—Chiles per lb, 12c
bid; Garlic; cc; rcasked; Cabbage per 100
ft51.00c3i1.25; 41.25.
BEANS AND DRIED PEAB-Pink No. ),
lew crop, $170 saked: Lima, [email protected],
Nary, small. $1.90 bid;*2Co asked; Black
eyed. $3 asked; Garvanzos, li asked; Green
Field Peas. 12 50 asked; Lentils, $5.00 asked.
Red Spanish, fl.
POULTRY—Hens No 1. per dos, $7.50 bid,
old Boosters, per dosen. $6 bid; Young
Roosters, per dos, »7 50 bid. Broil
era, large, per doien, $5.01 bid, Broil
ers small, per dozen, sH.oo bid; Ducks.per
dosen. large.*" 50, bid; Ducks, small, tC.CO.
Turkeys, per lb, 20c. '
LIVE STOCK—Live Hogs, [email protected]*c.
DRIED FRUrT-Peacb.es, 8. D. No. 1,12?^c
isked. 15c bid; No. 2,7Kc asked; do, peeled
14c asked; do, S.D.pccled No. 2, asked
pitted Plums,l2Hc asked; Blackberries,l2>4c
asked- Prunes. Cal. French new crop, 7Hc
010 c; Prunes, Cal, German, 8c asked; Apri
oots, evaporated, 25c asked.
APPLES—Evaporated Huntley's, 100 ask
sd; Hunt's Alden, Mc asked; Sun Dried
■Heed, 7o asked. „
RAlSlNS—layers. $1.60 asked; Ex Lon
don Layers, new; $1.75 ssked; Three Crown
Layers, new, $1.75 asked: Loose Muscatels
41.50; Bulk Raisins, 5o asked. Dried grapes
20.
NUTS—Walnuts new, [email protected]; Peanuts
Gal.No. 1, 6o asked; do, No. 2, 3c asked; do
Eastern, asked; Almonds, 8. S., 18c ask
sd; Almonds, H 3.10 c „ ,
CITRUS FRUITS — Oranges. 1.75 asked
Lemons,seedllng per b0x,52.00 asked; Lem.
ons, Eureka and Lisbon per box, $3.50 asked,
HIDES — Dry, 160 bid; Kip, 15c bid
Jalf. 18>{c bid. Culls % less.
SKINS—Short wool, each, [email protected]; Long
wool, each, »l bid; Shearlings, each, 10c
old.
WOOL—Spring Clip, pr lb, [email protected]'oc bid.
PKOVISION3-Extra liirht bacon, clear,
,;:c asked; Light clear, asked; Clear
medium, lie asked; Medium bacon, 9c
ssked; heavy bacon Sc.
LARD—4O-lb'lns,9c per lb;!s-io pails, lOUc
per lb; 5 lb palls, 10c p»- lb; 10 lb pallida
per lb.
HAMS-Eastern sugar cured, 16c; Cali
fornia, 13c.
Dots.
1 J. W. Davis. Prescription DTUgglst.
Drink R msb Royal Belfsst Ginger Ale.
TansuTß Punch Cigars at P. O. Cigar Store.
Horse blankets and buggy robes at Foy's
, harness shop.
Burkes porter Is food and drink com
bined. Try it
Buy Eagleson's perfect fitting shirts, 50
North Spring street
Drink Fredericksburg, California's finest
beer. Office, Second street, near Vine.
Large assortment of traveling and tour
ists' shirts at Eagleson & Co.'s, 50 N. Spring
street.
Burkes porter is endorsed by physicians.
Consumptives aud invalids should use It.
Nurslag mothers should use Burkes por
ter. It is a swift tonic.
Every well dressed man should wear
Eagleson's perfect fitting 6hlrt-oollar» curls
and neckwear.
The Pacific Coast Detective Agency la
located st 220 North Main street. Experi
enced detectives furnished. All business
confidential.
Dr WlUiams continues to treat all heart,
throat and chest diseases by his new and
popular system ot medlosted Inhalations,
■276 N. Main street.
Goods at factory prices at Eagleson &
Co.'s, 50 North Spring street
THAT HACKING COUGH can be so
luickly curod by Bhiloh's Cure. We gnar
intee It. C. F. Heinzeman, agent, Los An
I jeles.
sudden Heath.
Dr. Flint's Heart Remedi will prolong life
by preventing those sudden deaths from
henrt disease, which bring untold grief to
families, often plunalng tbem into poverty,
because of the untimely decease of the
breadwinner. At flrugglsts;tl 50. Descrtp
tlvo treatise with eiron bottle; or address J.
J. Mack A Co., San Francisco.
T. »'. Joyce, j
Building Contractor and Brick Manufac- t
turer. officc)3>i North Ma;n street. I
Bricks for tale.
Tbe star of hope—Red Star Cough Cure— 1
only at cents. Sate, prompt, sure. I
LOB ANGELES T>All.Y HERALD, APRIL 23, 1887.
HO! FOR RIVERSIDE,
THE
Orange Garden of the World.
— 1
FIRST RAILROAD EXCURSION
AND
GRAND AUCTION SALE
IOO—BEAUTIFUL TOWN LOTS—IOO
A PORTION OF
The Tihhets Tract at the Head of Magnolia Aye.,
IN
THE FAMOUS ORANGE GROVES OF THE RENOWNED RIVERSIDE
WILL BE SOLD, WITHOUT RESERVE AT PUBLIC AUCTION, ON
THURSDAY. APEIL 28, 1887.
ON THE FOLLOWING TERMS:
One-third cash, one-third in 6, and one-third in 12 months; interest on deferred payments 8 per cent, per annum.
A GRAND EXCURSION TRAIN
Will leave Los Angeles on tbe above date, from the Union Depot, for RIVERSIDE at 0:10 o'clock a. m., arriving
at RIVERSIDE at 11:50 a. m. Round Trip Excursion Tickets from Los Angeles only $3, good to retain
on any regular train the next day. Parties who attend the sale will receive a rebate of $1
by applying to the clerk on the grounds, making the rouud trip only |2.
The entire ticket money will be refunded to those
who purchase lots.
j |TA BAND OF MUSIC WILL BE IN ATTENDANCE—LUNCH ON THE GROUND FREE.
For Tickets, apply at the California Southern Railroad Office, No. 230 North Main Street, at tho Union
Depot. Information and catalogues can be had of L. C. TIBBETS, at Riverside, or of
| THE LOS ANGELES LAND BUREAU,
No. 20 West First St., Los Angeles.
EASTON & ELDRIDGE. Auctioneers. .GEO. W. FRINK, President.
afny-Special rates for tbe summer season,
snd visitors cordially invited to visit our
grounds. Telephone 3«t.
I'LABK Ac PATRICK,
ap2B—lm Proprietors.
HO! FOR BEAHMONT
—THE—
Beaumont of Southern California.
GRAND PICNIC EXCURSION
To This Beautiful New Town
and Lovely Valley,
SAN GORGONIO.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 87, 1887.
Free lunch and free ride through the val
ley.
Round Trip Tickets. S3.
Qet ready and visit this charming spot,
NATURK'S GREAT SANITARIUM.
For particulars apply to
SOUTHERN CAL. INVESTMENT CO.,
No. 9 North Main street. - L:s Angeles
ap!s lOt H. C. SIOLKK. Pres't.
Notice of Application of J. W. Bin
ton, Trustee,
f/OR QUIT-CLAIM DEED FROM THE
r City of Los Angeles fo him for certain
lands-Notice Is hereby given thst J. w.
Hinton, Trustee, hss this day fl ed with the
Council of the City of Los Angeles a peti
tion in writing praying that the City of Los
Angeles execute to him a .'quit-cialm deed
to all tiie right, title and iuterest of tho said
city in and to that certain tract of land sit
uated in said city, and described as follows,
to wit:
Commencing at a point in the north line
of lot 611 of the Canal and Reservoir lands,
said point bein; tho intersection of the sal a
north line of lot Oil with the east line of a
strip of land, as described in a deed from
V. Beaudry to the City of I.oj Angeles,
recorded iv book — page —, ef deeds;
thence along north line of said lot 511
W. 47° W. 102.24 ieet; thence 3. 8° 28' W.
1% 80 feet to the north line of Pearl street,
as locsted upon tie map of the Victor
Heights tract; thence along said north live
of Pearl street 8 54° 56' E. 42 40 feettoapolnt
of a 32° 20' curve to the right; thence along
said curve to a point, the course and dis
tance from the last station being 8. 45° 64' E.
56 00 feet: thence N.:; 23' E. luo.-.ofectto the
place of beginning. Aud that said petition
will to heard by the said Couucllof the city
of Los Augole* at Its regular session, to be
held at the Council Chambers iv tbe City
Hall In the city of Los Augeles at 2 o'clock
ou Monday, the2si.h day ol April, 1687, and
all persons iuteresud therein are he et>.
notified to appear aud file their objections,
if any they havt, why said petition should
not be granted, in writing wkh me at least
one day he-lore said date.
A full abstract of the title to said property
hss beeu riled with ma by the said peti
tioner, FREEMAN G. TEED,
Ulerk of the Council oi the City of Les An
»ele«. eprisot
U. S. LAND OFFICE,
103 ANGJLES, CAL., APRIL 19, 1887,
J Notice of Application to Purchase
limber Land.—Notice Is hereby given that,
1 in compliance with the provisions of the
Act of Congress approved June 3,1878, en
titled "An Act for the Sale of Timber Lands
In the States of California, Oregon. Nevada
and Washington Territory," John Kenealy,
whose postofflce address Is Los Angeles,
Los Angeles county. California, has this
day filed in this office his application to
purchase the N X of NE ii and NX % of
NW y. Section No. 22., In Township No. 3
N, Range No. 16 W ol the S. B. meridian.
All persons holding any adverse claim
thereto are required to present the same at
this office within sixty days from the first
publication of this notice.
ap2o-60t i- D. BETHUNE, Register.
To Hotel and Boarding-House Keepers
. - **i
FOR RAI.K — BHII.DING B«x4* AND
Block 160x100; no other hotel;
passeuger depot 76 feetdlstant; «ood looaj
Son; people sleeping outdoors lor want o
accommodation. Sure thing. Apply to
C. O. OILMOHE tc 00.,
SO If, Spring: Htreet, t.osj Angeles,
apt-lm
For Sale-Great Bargain!
ONE OF THE FINEST GROCERY
Businesses in Lob Angelea; doing
From •lOi> to »130 per day.
Long Lease.
GOOD CAUSE FOR SELLING OUT.
Price, S3BOO.
Address BARGA'N,
a!9-4t Pottofflce Box 1084. ,
Azusa Land and Water Company.
THIS COMPANY has again resumed sale of its remaining TOWN LOTS at an advance of 10 per cent,
on its first offering.' Also, has subdivided about 5000 acres of its choicest land into 1% and 5-acre lots, and now
offering the same at $800 per acre, except corners, which are $900 per aero. Will offer same
For Sale at AZUSA Thursday. April 31, 1887.
At its office, 10 Court Street, LOS ANGELES, Friday, April 22d; at AZUSA, Saturday, April 23d, and
thereafter both at its office and Azusa.
TERMS OF SALE.—One-third cash, balance on or before one or two years, from April 21, 1887, with
interest annually at (i per cent, per annum, 5 per cent, off for cash, and will be sold subject to leases for the present
crops of hay and grain, the rents to go with the land sold.
The company, in its contract of sale, will agree to put water on the land on one side of each avenue in con
crete pipes not less than 8 inches in diameter by .January 1, 1888. This company has sold to the Azuaa Agricul
tural Water Company 6-11 of its water rights from the San Gabriel River, reserving the other 5-11 for the town
of Azusa, for which said 0-11 the Water Company will issue to this company»sooo shares of stock, and this com
pany, in its contract of sale, will agree to sell and deliver two shares of water stock for each acre sold when deed
is made. Water will, in the meantime, be furnished by the company under its regulations. ap2o-tf
DAILY EXCURSIONS TO ALHAMBRA I
Including round trip by railroad, carriage drive to the principal orange groves and vineyards,
a visit to the old mill and dinner. Fare, 75 cents.
ttW Leave Loa Angeles at 8 and n.lO A. St., Heturn at I and <> P. itl.-^U
FOR TTOKF.TB AND INFORMATION, CALL AT
A. PHILLIPS & COS EXCURSION OFFICE, 134 North Main Street, Los Angeles.
aS2—lm
RT. HON. WM. EWART GLADSTONE,
The Premier Statesman of the World,
WILL BE PRESENTED WITH THE TITLE DEKD9 TO A LOT IN THE
HSW TOWN OF
GLADSTONE!
IN THE HIiKT lII THE JI/.ISI.
OTHER PEOPLE CAN BUY THEM OF
FRANK McCOYE, I
2S North Spring Street, L-os Angeles, California.!
A Rare Chance!
VALUABLE PROPERTY
IN A I*ooo TOWN.
Station and Street Cars
CONVENIENT. '
ioq Acres in Oranges
Vino*, ether Fruits nnd Alfalfa
A Fine Brick House of 12 Rcoms
Tenement House and other building*,
CMttapT in «■! •10.000.
There are 40,000 Vines
Choice varieties, 1 to 4 yearn old;
70 ORANGE TREES
7 to 14 years old;
too Apricots and other Choice Fruits,
Of A GUM GKOVR.-^MI
W HOLE PLACE IROLOBK>
And tn finest condition.
A SPLENDID HOME PLACE.
Well Incited for subdivision.
THE LAND, WITH ALL IMPROVEMENTS,
Offered for a Few Days for $25,000.
Liberal Terms of Payment.
For further particulars, apply to
r. m. cnoauiL.t:,
34 North Spring atreet.
F. H. KEITH, Anaheim,Cal. splllm
FOR SALE
16500—151 xl«, cor. Hope and Twetth.
8530— Lot ou Fourth, b.tween Los Angeles
and Wall; excellent for lodging
house.
1000—Lot 75x150, in Severance tract, near
Ad rims.
1500—2 lots 53x176 each, on Ocean at,, west
of Figueroa.
900-E ich, 2 lots EOXISO each, on Eleventh,
west of Petrrl.
2500—Au acre on south side of Washington
st, near city limits.
5500—10 lots adjoining the Ellis tract.
65 —55x150 iv Severance tract.
200J—Mint on Wall, bet. Sixth and Sev
enth.
1600-60x150, Map.c aye., just beyond Sev
enth.
400—10x140, on Freeman st., near 2-horse
street cars.
750—Nice lot on Pico at., west ol Pearl.
125 to 300—Town lots in new town of
Duarte.
150—An acre; 40 acres just south of Duarte.
HOUSES.
$6000—House of « rooms, bath and stable,
Loomis st., overlooking city; lot 6Ux
198.
8500—Elegant new house of 5 rooms on
Montgomery St., near Figueroa.
6003—Fine house.and lot on Hill st, bet.
Tenth and Eleventh.
4530-50 foot lot and good 7 room house at
beid of Fort st, on Tenth.
3500—House of 6 rooms on Eleventh, near
Main.
3000— House of 6 rooms on Blxlh st, near
Olive.
6000—House of S rooms on Fifth it., east of
Matn.
HHADSHIW 4c ZELLNEB,
33 SOUTH SPRING STREET, ROOM 88.
mrlS-if
HANKINU HOCBEK.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF LOS ANOKLKs.
Capital Mock *ZHIO,00«>.
Surplus 100,000.
E. F. BPENCE President
J. F. okaNK Vice-President
3. M. ELLIOTT < Cashier
Directors—J. D. Bicknell, J. F. Crank, H.
Mabury, E. F. Spence, William Lacy, 8. H.
Mott, J. M. Elliott.
Stockholders—Estate of A H. Wilcox, O.
a. Wltherby, 8. H. Mott, J. F. Crank, A. L.
Lankcrshlm, E Hollenbeck, E. F. Spence,
H. Mabury. F. Q Story, L. 11. Carlton, Jas.
McCoy, J. D. Bicknell. William Lacy, J. M.
Elliott. mr!2
LOS ANGELES COUNTY BANE,
Temple Block, Los Angeles, Cal.
Capital Stock Paid Up, »100,000.
Reserve Fund, «ioo,ooo.
JOHN E, PLATER President.
R. 8. BAKER Vice President.
GEO. H. STEWART Cashier.
DIRECTORS.
H. L. MacNbil, Jotham Bixbv,
John E. Plater, KobkktS. Baker,
John A Paxton, Geo. W. Prescott,
R. M. Widney.
and Sell Exchange: On Ban
Franc'sco, New York, Loudon, Paris, Berlin
and Frankfort,
JJHT-Buy Exchanges on all parts of the
United States and Europe.
JHbT"-Reckiyr Money on open account
and certificate of deposit, and do a general
banking and exchange busiucss.
FARMERS' and MERCHANTS' BANK
Or LOS ANQELES.
Established la 1006
Paid TJp Cspital •800,000.
Sn rplus snd Reserve Fund.. WaOU.OOO.
Total sMOO,OOO.
Isatas W. Hellman l'r sldent
L. C. Goodwin .Vlte-l'reeldont
JOHN MiINER Secretary
BOARD OB" DIRECTORS.
Isaias W. Hellman, I John S. Griffin,
O W Chllds, ! C. E. Thorn,
Phil. Gamier, I J. B. Lankershim
0. Duoommun, I Jose Hasoarel.
gMW Exchange for sale on Hew York,
Loudon, Frankfort, Dublin, Paris snd Ber
lin. Receive deports aud issue thelt oer
ilfloates. Buy and sell Governments, State,
County and City Bonds.

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