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THE HEART OP THE AZUSA!
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located in thk midst ok thr choicest centei , This grand avenue extends from the Jots are in the midst of beautiful orange, walnutlfrom the west and the east will meet on the lands
n Jir , mountains on the north to Covina and the and shade trees, and handsome and stately build- of Gladstone on, or about the first day of sal. 8
llrflfllTP I PfIVPQ Ullfl V lllPFllPtlQ mountainB ° n the south ' a diBtance of nine miles - in g B will soon be erected and occupied. All of the numerous offers for lots and land.
It passes through the center of Gladstone, making TT TA T T V/\ VTT T A in Gladstone received have been refuaed
lots on that avenue very valuable. A lot near [± \J £\ \J[ JL and will be steadi «y refused until the day of sale,
op this delightful section and in the the center of the town is reserved for the First ' when all shall have a fair and equal jjlianc#r-to" '
, National Bank of Gladstone, and a prominent Tlie CO-modioilS purchase at the schedule price. The terms of
MUral Ceilter fOr Trade and TraVel. architect of LosAngdeiUmm preparing plans And charming home of Mr. H. Fuller, has been sa l e wiU be IO per cent< when Belecfcions _„
for the building, which will be of solid granite. converted »-to a conven.ent hotel, where all made( enough to make one . third
— comers will be entertained at reasonable rates. tpn Aava anA , ,
m. ~ _~ , . , - ten da J B and the balance in six and twelve
it possesses the - A Newspaper ia to be established at once lner e is a livery stable connected with the hotel mnnt u a tv i •.. . ,
c au « ~ i» i . months. Ihe sale will take place on the eronndu
and additional buildings for stores and shops for the accommodation of those who wish to aj . Qi adstone Qn saunas
Mil XT rHliHHfl PI IMATG erected The founders of Gladstone own exten- drive about the beautiful Azusa. The lands J< one on
111U01 iDnrCul uLllllJillj sive marble quarries near at hand from which purchased for Gladstone possess a more valuable
can be obtained handsome building stone in un- water ri _ ht than those of any part of the State. THE SALE WILL TAKE PLACE
in southern California. limited quantities and it is expected that marble The source is the San Gabriel river, which is qn __ h^
and commands a view of the entire San Gabriel and granite will be liberally used in the con- constaat in its flow > whether the season HE GROUNDS
Valley, one of the grandest in the world. The struction of the new business blocks. They also is wet or dry - Gladstone, situated at the east- > — A f
purchase for the town of Gladstone embraces own a Valnble Water POWW independent of the crn extremity of the great San Gabriel valley, V>/ ±-J±\ X !
the property of nineteen different owners, and Azusa water, having a fall of two hundred feet, overlooks a scene surpassing in beauty and
comprises 525 acres of the most beautiful land which will be used for generating electricity by variety that commanded by any other point
that the sun ever shone upon. It will be laid which the streets of Gladstone will be lighted Duarte, Monrovia, Arcadia, Santa Anita, Sierra Carriages!
out into business and residence lots, acrelots and and by which the street cars will be propelled. Ma dra, Lamanda Park, Pasadena and the great Lunch at Hinda Vila
five and ten acre tracts, and sold at a fixed The center of Gladstone is already the estab- Raymond Hotel are in full view.
schedule of prices, which will be reasonable and lished business center for the whole Azusa and n,j otnn „ • i___..j ~ t A ««__,- •„,_ r j *
v ' Gladstone is located on the lines of two Jake the tram 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 beautiful P art of Southern California,
and abundant, piped to every lot. der the highest state of cultivation. Business cross the lands of the company. The Atchison, grounds have been reserved be-
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- tWCen C,t . ruB and Gladstone avenues, and a hand
•_ • v _t* il j _ -i i ... it, j , i ti. -1 ,[ , . 3 some station will be erected at once,
wide, with a row of beautiful shade trees in the a week after the day of sale. Ihe residenc pleted, and the construction parties approaching Address all Inquiries to the
Gladstone 1m proveit i c n1 Company,
Or see Mr. H. FULLER, at Hinda on the ground. Office California Southern R. R. Co., 239 N. Main St., or 23 N. Spring St., Los Angeles, Cal.
ARCADIA!
Lots in this Beautiful Town Still on Sale
AT
106 NORTH SPRING STREET, I_. A.
MAPS WILL BK READY ON TUESDAY, THE 12TH. PRICES WILL
BE MARKED ON EACH LOT.
TERMS.
ONE-HALF CASH, BALANCE ONE AND TWO YEARS AT* PER CENT.
ALSO 10 LOTS ON ORANGE AND FIRST AVENUES; ANITA
AND LORENA STREETS, AS ABOVE.
• H. J. STEVENSON,
No. 106 NORTH SPKINU STREET, LOS aNUELES CALIFORNIA.
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PROVIDENCIA RANCHO!
17,000 ACRES, MOUNTAIN AND VALLEY,
THE FINEST BODY OK LAND IN
LOS ANGELES COUNTY!
ONL.I SIX miI.ES FROHI I.OS ANGELES CITY LIMITS, ON
tho Southern Pacific main line to San Francisco—Six Passenger Trains Dally I
Bide Tracks, Depjt aud other Improvements under progress. An Elegant Hotel and
nine business and residence buildings no— under contract tolbe erected In the new
town, which has been named
BTJEBANK,
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 an emi
nence commanding a view of the entire San Fernando Valley on the north and west,
while tue city of Loa Angeles is clearly perceptible to the south.
The lands embrace both foothill and valley property, and for quality and fertility
cannot te lurpaaied in Southern California, nud olalmed by all Ji dgea to be specially
adapted to the growth of ORANGES, LEMONS, LIME 3, OLIVES and other fruits.
KxW A plat of the town and prices and terms of lots and aores can lie obtained at ihe
office of the PROVIDENCIA LAND AND WATER COMPANY. No. 15 Bryson Block,
second Boor, or of either of the following directors:
T. W. T. RICHARDS, Secretary, Mooin 16 Bryson Block.
r t OARNSEY Room 18 Bryson Block I J. DOWNENY HARVEY, Downey Block.
G W KINgT U8 W?.rFir.t Bt«et. W. H. GOUCHER, Cable Road Omo,
£ k ZftZXlXr'- I D. BURBASKB. Main W.t?° W °K_ k
I.OR a DATLY HEKAT.D AFRIT, 23, 1887.
OCCIDENTAL
PRESBYTERIAN
UNIVEESITY.
PURE AIR IS HEALTH FOR THE BODYI EDUCATION IS HEALTH
| FOR THE SOUL!
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Ami Uto opportunity to seoure both is rarely offered. It can be found now by
buying a lot in tbe
Occidental Heights Tract!
A subdivision of tbe donation lands of tbe great Presbyterian College, whose
foundations are now being laid. The
OCCIDENTAL UNIVERSITY
Situated just outside the city limits, ou the east, on a high plateau, commanding most
delightful views iv every direction. Free from Ihe'fogs which prevail in the western
portion of the city, nud receiving daily a delightful sea breeze uncoutamluated by the
smoke and smells of the city.
The proceeds of these lots form the building fund of tho University, aud thty are
put on the market nt a low price to insure immediate sale. The laud is level as a door,
situated near the end of Stevenson a venue, which will soon be the most Imposing street
in tho city, nnd 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 80
feet, and arrangements are being perfected for au abundant 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 in the State; and the moment Its hal 8 open for
Instruction tbe 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, soiil-lntptring scenery and the highest possible grade of educa lon at your very
door, and all within a short street car ride of tho business portion of tho city. What can
any mortal ask for more.' TIIEBE LARGE LEVEL LOTS are for salo from
$160 TJPWAEDS,
FOR A BIIOUT TIME ONLY, BY
THE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA LARD LEAGUE
BURCH and BOAL, Agents,
WO S«N. WAIN STREET, I.OS ANOEi-.ES. «8 1m
HYDE PARK!
Charming new town on the line of the L. A. A S. M. R. R., now build
ing from this city to the "NEW HARBOR AT LA BALLONA," B>£ 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 selling rapidly at $100; f-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 p. m. to show parties the
beautiful propeity.
M. L. WICKS or A, E. DITCH,
Courthouse and Main Streets, Los Angeles, Cal.
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MEYBERG BEOS.
I Artistic Gas Fixtures,
A Gas Fitting
■ IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
A r •:*TinATfcS II K\INIII l>.
//_Js_l tf_"»Y COKNHR OF
Tera P |c - s Pri n ° and Main reets i
|M . LOS ANQKLKS, CAL. apB-8m
WM. T. COLEMAN & CO.,
Shipping and Commission Merchants,
San Francisco, New York, Chicago.
AGENCIES OF WM. T. COLEMAN A CO. AT
London, Liverpool, Astoria, Or., and Los Angeles.
With agents and brokers in every commercial city of prominence In the Union.
OTJR LOS ANGELES AGENCY
Makes a specialty of handling the products of Southern California.
WINES, BRANDIES, ORANGES, RAISINB, DRIED FRUIT, HONEY,
CANNED FRUIT, HONEY, ETC., ETC.
_9>_r*Agents for Ro- al Baking Powder, Walter Bakei & Co's Chocolate,
Kingsford's Oswego Starch.
Also, agents for American Oil Compnnv'* Whale Oil Soap.
WM. L. LOCKE, Manager Los Angeles Agency,
mjHlylp 75 _STO_*T__ BFJEajSTQ- ST
PATERSONTRACT! j
IN LOTS. |' g£ ) WITH WATER.
NO AUCTION. \ g&5 !£ J NO LOTTERY.
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ON ADAHN STIII Hr, JUST HI THIDE OITY l.l.niTS. {
NO CITY TAXES.
Handsome graded streets, with curbs and oament sidewalks. All ready and desirable
for building homes. Cheap and on easy terms.
Free Carriages at 10 A. I, and 2 P. M. Every Day from 25 W. First St.
ap2l WIEBEIDANOER & MONSALL.
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Notice of Dissolution of Partnersiip.
THE FIRM HERETOFORE EXISTINfJ
under the name aud style of Bryant.
Walton 4 Company, doing business In th*
cit; of Los Angeles, California. Is this day
dissolved by mutual co jsent. Fred A. Waf
ton snd J. V. Wachtel having purchased
the entire Interest of R.H.Bryant lithe
concern, said Walton and Wachtel will col
lect all debts and obligations due to said
firm aud will pay all of tbe iudebtedbess
and obligations of said Arm.
R. H. BRYANT.
RED A. WALTON,
J V WACHTEL.
Dated at Los Angeles, California, March
19,1857. welawSw
CERTIFICATE OF COPARTNERSHIP.
Statu op California, |
County ok Los Anuklss. I ' •
We, the undersigned, do hereby certify
that we are partners, transacting bu.lness
in this Stste, in the city and county of Los
Angeles, under tbe firm name and style of
Walton <Si Wachtel, that the names in full of
all the members of such partnership are
subscribed hereubto, and that the places of
our respec'lve residences are set opposite
our respective names hereunto subscribed.
In witness whereof we have hereunto set
our hands this 21st day of March. A. D. 1887.
FREDERIC AUGUSTUS WALTON,
Los Angeles, tin.
JOHN VALENTINE WACII TEL,
Los Angeles, Cal.
State of California, j
CCDNTYOF Los ANOKLKB.) -
On this 22d day ol March, one thousand
eight hundred snd elghty-»eveu, before me,
T. E, Rowan, a Notary Public iv and for tho
said county of Los Angeles personally ap
peared Frederic Augustus Walton and John
Valentine Wachtel, personally known to
me to be tbe same persons described in.
, whose names are subscribed to the auoexed
I instrument and they severally acknowl
edged t > me that they executed the same.
In witness whereof, I have Hereunto set
my hand aud affixed my nffleltl seal, tbe
datand year in this ccr.iflcnte first above
written. T.E.ROWAN,
Notary Public.
Filed March 22, 18S7.
we law 5w C. H. DUNSMOOR, Clerk.
Tn the Superior Court.
STATE OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OK
Los Ange'es—ln the matter of the es
tate of LOUISE KELLER, defeased. Notice
for publication of time for proving will, etc.
I Notice Is hereby given that Monday, the 2d
day of May, 18S7. at 10 o'clcci a. m. of said
day, at the cour.room of this court, at the
Court House, in the city and county of
Los Angeles, has been appointed fo hear
ing the application of Froderlke Hecht and
Benjamin Maimer praying tbat a document
| now on file in this court, purporting to be
the last will and testament of LouUe Kel
ler, deceased, be admitted to probate, and
that letterßOf admlnlst-aUon, with tbe will
annexed, be issued to B»njamiu X liner, al
whioh time and place all persons interested
therein mayappeirnud contest the same.
Dated April IS, MOT.
CHARLES If. DUNSMOOR.
County Clerk aud exofflcio Clerk of said
Superior court.
By F. B Fannino. Deputy. apvj td
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
INSTATE OF TERESA TAUCI, DK
-1 cessen.—N, tice Is here) y given by tbo
underslened. administrator of tho estate of
Teresa Tail' i, deceased, to the creditors of.
and all persons having claims agtlost this
said deceased, to exhibit them, wlti tha
necessary vouchers, wlihin lour months
after the publication of this notice, to the
said administrator, at the ollieo o- <)r«v. a «
O'Mfllveny. Rooms 19, 20 aud 21 Baker
Blook, in t>>e city and county or Los An-
G. TONONI,
Administrator of the estateef TeresaTalicl
deceased. '
Dated at Los Angeles, April 11, 188 T.
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Los Angeles BoreiVWorks,
f? ARCADIA STREET, OPP. WELLS
;» Fargo A Co., manufacturer of Boat t
Prerses, Rubber Stamps and outfits Bteol
B *ap 6 .,r "th„? p c" n^ERVT^
MILLINERY.
Every lady oan be mads pretty by going
down to Ro. as South Haiti and lettiaj Mrs.
Dosch at her face, besides savlag manor,
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