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PROGRESS AT MONROVIA.
A New Hunk, New Mreet Ball wart New Hotel. The busiest town of its size in 'Los ADgeles county is the beautiful town of Monrovia. An excursion to that place is a great delight, aud a s..j mm t,. i Grand View Hotel of Mr. J S. Keefer is a luxury indeed. What Mr. Keefer does not do for the ooinfort and happi ness of bis guests ii not worth doing. N 0 more charming hotel adorns our lofty Sierra Madre meaas than Kecfer's Grand View. A visit to Monrovia after an absence of six weeks reveals nm.-t astonishing change, among which are tho erection of twenty-five good houses, tho con struction of lurgo car stables, a new Hotel Belmont, and the formation of two banking companies. Work ou the two story granite baqk building has been begun, and another NEW BANK BCILDINU, • Corner of Orange and Myrtle aveuue*, has been commtneed. The new build ing will be two s'.oii"s higb, made of brick with ornamental fronts. Follow ing are the Direotura of the new institu tion : J. W. Meyer*, a banker of Lo Mar's Island, lowa, L. L. Bradbury, F. N. Meyers, John F. Broiesart, J. F. Sara tory uud Geo. W. Perkins. The Board is oompoaed of wtaltby men, who mean business. A NEW STREET RAILWAY. A new street railway ootnpany was organised ou Thursday lust, with tbe following Board of Directors: K. L. Buck, John Wilde, L. L. Bradbury, H. L. Green, G. W. Perkins and F. W. Meyers. The line will start from the depot of Ihe A. T. & S. F, railway and extend np Myrtle aveuue to Lemon, to Ivy, to the foothils at the head of Ivy avenue. Tbe track will pass by tbe Hotel Monrovia, the Grand View and the Monrovia House to a lofty point of view near the residence of Hon. E. F. Spenoe. It i» proposed to push the road through as -fast as possible. When this is com pleted it will pass the valuable and CUABMINU KEBFKB TRACT. At ihe Kays auction Saturday, 233, at 10 o'clock. The neighborhood is Just getting a boom on account of the Seventh-street cable. 0. A. Sumner A Co. conduct the sale. ___ Professionnl Etiquette Prevents some doctors from advertising their skill, but we are bound by no such conventional rules, and think that if we make a discovery that is of benefit to our fellows we ought to spread the fact to the whol land Therefore, we cause to be pub lished throughout the land the fact that Dr. R. V. Pierces Golden Medical Discovery is the best known remedy for consumption, scrofula of the lungs and kindred disease. Send 10 cents in stamps for Dr. Pierces complete treatise on consumption, with un surpassed means of self-treatment Ad dress World's Dispensary Medical A ssocla elation, 663 Main street, Buffalo, N. Y. Unlike other cathartics, Dr. Pierces pel lets do not render the bowels costive after operation, but, ou tbe contrary, establish a permanent healthy action Being entirely vegetable, no particular care Is required while using them. By druggists. This tine body of land was purchased of Mrs. Keefer by Messrs. Buck & Campbell and H. L. Green & Co,, who have subdivided it into lots which they are selling at ¥650 to $1000 each. The tract oonsists of thirty acres of rare land, part of it covered by a grove of young budded orauge trees and part by a beautiful oak orchard. The nno or - chard of VV. N. Monroe, on the other side of Myrtle avenue, shows what this land will produce in fruits and flowers. The outlook is beautiful, tbe looation genteel and the soil surprisingly rich. Of the 150 lots in this tract, a large nun., ber have been sold to wealthy people who will erect handsome residences thereon. So great was the desire for a street railway between tbe pteaent de pot and the mountains that tbe stock for tbe track, rolling stock aud motive power was taken in half an hour. The dummy line to be built from Arcadia to Monrovia will pass through tbe Fifth avenue section of Monrovia, in front of the residences of J. M. otudebaker, Gen. Pyle.W. N. Monroe, J. I. Case, the Keefer tract and the residence of Mr. Spence, on through the orange groves of Duarte to the romtntio San Gabriel eafion. This line will be lined with residences of gentlemen who have con quered a success in the affairs of life and And this part of the country more cheerful and enjoyable i than any othtr. The small fraction of Ihe Duarte rancbo, which extended across Myrtle avenue aud claimed to be "West Duarte," is now united with Monrovia, and the station of Monrovia at the foot of Myrtle avenue now repre sents tbe whole Monrovia settlement. By the politeness of Messrs. Buck & Campbell a representative of the 11 kralu was shown over the great Arcadia tract, Which will, with Monrovia, make one great city of 20,000 peoplo in a few months. It seems that the utmost good feeling prevails between the two settle ments, which will Boon become one live ly and prosperous city, with opera house, high school and public library. Arcadia is now on a strife with Monro via to see whioh shall be greattst. The great perfumery garden at Arc idia is being rapidly planted, near tho track of the L. A. * S. G.V. R R , and will soon be an important feature in the products of tbe country. Mr. E. J. Baldwin will erect a large two-story building on the corner of Walnut and First avenue this week for bis real estate headquarters. A railway wiil be constructed from tbo do t>et of the L. A. &8. G- V. R. R. up First avenue to the dummy line for Monrovia. This will carry passengers to tbe great Hotel Santa Anita. The sale of real estate in both settlements ia very active, and daily makes the notary tired by his official duties. The passen ger travel to and from Monrovia is very large, and the freight business is twice too large for the depot to accommodate. Buck & Campbell report a large de* maud for Arcadia property from wealthy purchasers, and a rush all the time in their line of business at Monrovia, Woman and Her Diseases Ia the title of a large illustrated treatise by Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo. N. V., sent to any address for 10 cents In stamps. It teaches successful self-treatment. for Throat Diseases and Caught. Brown's Bronchial Tkockes like all other realty good things, arc Ire* quently Imitated. The genuine are sold only In boxes. Bur the Beet face Powder. Freeman's Medicated Invisible Face Pow daj retailed for two bits, is equal to any four bit powder made. A scientific combi nation for beautifying without injuring the sklu. Damlana Bitters makes the old young and the weak strong and healthy. M. Levy A Co., wholesale liquor dealers, agents. Fuce Powder. Don't U6e poisonous face powders. Free man's medicated invisible is guarenteed absolutely harmless, preserves tbe complex ion removes blemishes aud retails lor two bits, try It. Free to All. That nobby cano was given to mc at tho Chicago Hat Store, No. 83 N. Main street. A oaue is given free to each purcha er of a hat. Uladstone. Grsnd excursion over the San Gabriel Vail, y Railroad to Gladstone, tbe heart ol the Azusa, on Thursday the 21st. Friday the 22d and Saturday the 23d. Trains leave the Downey aveuue depot at 9:30 A. v. The run to Gladstone is about an hour. Mr. Fuller will meet the visitors with oa, riages and show them the new town. The more you see of lt the better yon will like lt. Train leaves Gladstone for Los Augeles at 8 r. h. Fare, round trip, |1.25. Carriages free. Free Vaccination. Health office free vaccination located on Fort street, between Second and Third, In a tent on city grounds. Theater Trnlns To and from Los Angeles irom Santa Monica on Thursday evenings. Coal, Coke, Charcoal and Wood, Wholesale and retail. Special rates for car load lots, delivered to all polnta. Office—B Court street; telephone 83. Yard—Corner Alameda and Jackson streets; telephone 316. Walter S. Maxwell, Sole agent for Wellington Coal. THE COURTS. Friday, April 22, 1887. Superior Court—Department One Cheney j. People vs. John Green—Assault wilh a deadly weapon; found guilty; impris oned for four months in the County Jail, People vs. Ramon Aballo and Leon ardo Flores—Burglary; tinal judgment suspended for two years; committed during that period to the Boys' and Girls' Aid Society, of San Francisco. Ex parte Trussell on habeas corpus— Set for bearing April 25th, at 3 P, m. SKT FOR TO-MORROW, People vs. P. Ganee. nanartment Three—O'Melvenv. J. Melsted vs. Melsted—Divorce; Court finds allegations in tbe complaint true, and decree of divorce is granted; further ordered tbat findings and decroe be dr.iwn. People vs. Jackson —Def ndant es caped from prison; case standi continued. People vs. Ah Wing—Burglary; by request of C. N. Wilson, it is ordered that David Lyon be appointed in his stead; extended till April '25th, at 10 A. at. SKT FOB TO-HOBROW. Civil oases on calendar, 10 A: v ; estate John P. Miller, 10 A. m ; law calendar, 9 a.m.; Dominguez vs. Mas cott, 9 a. Et.) Marguerita Granillo, Feter Reagan aud Gh Corrules to be sentenced at 9 A. m. Minor Courts. TOWNSHIP COURT—TANKY, J. P. People vs. Frank Nelson—Disturbing the peace; pleaded guilty; tinad $15 or fifteen days. People vs. B. Kelley—Disturbing tho peace; pie ids guilty; fiued.S'2o or twenty days. People vs. Jas. Fleming—Disturbing the peace; pleads guilty; lined $10 or ton days. People vs. Pat Ryan—Disturbing tbo peace; guilty; lined $5. People vs. Jno Tail—Disturbing the peace; pleads guilty; 919 or fifteen days. People vs. Jno. Mullivun —Disturbing tbe peaoe; guilty; $10 or ten days. People vs. Geo, Henry—Disturbing tbe peaoe; guilty; $20 or twenty days. People vs. J. Gonzalec—Disturbing tbe ceioe; guilty; f6 or six days. Eagleson & Co., =50= NORTH SPRING STREET. New Spring and "Summer Goods, CONSISTING OF Light-weight Underwear, HOSIERY, FANCY SHIRTS, T It A V X I, I N »; SSSS H H II RRRK TTTTT 8(188 S S II II II R R T 8 8 8 II H II R R T 8 SHHII R R T 8 SBBB HUHH II RRRR T BBSS fl H H II R R T 8 .11 111 I i 8 8 8 It H II H R T 8 ? ... 8888 II HUB X T 8888 People vs. John Doe—Disturbing the peace; discharged. Peopl vs. L. T. Jacobs— Battery, Disch • M <1 vs. Webster—Default of de ft entered upon motion of attorney laintiff, . i'coplo vs. Joseph Kelley—Obtaining nu ney under false pretenses; continued. SET FOR TO MORROW. People vs. Frank Ayers—lo A. M. Peoplo vs. C. F. Niiklaus—l:3o P. M. CITY COURT—AUSTIN, J, P. People vs. Dick H. rrington—Drui k and disorderly; fined 18; paid. People va. P. Ballade— Violating li- C3iiae ordinance; pleaded guilty; fined $10; paid. People vs. W. Benicio— Carrying con cealed weapons; fined $5; paid. People vs. John Mascarel—Visiting opium den; continued till April '.'3d at 9:30 A. M. People vs. Elias—Vi iting opium den; postponed till April '29, at 2 P. M. Ptople vs. Henry Neimeyor—Volat ing license ordinance; pleaded guilty; fined $10; paid. SET FOR TO MORROW. People vs. Mascarel—9:3o A. M. People vs. Lizzie LopfZ-2 P. M. Ela Hills Tract. There will be tho biggest chance of the season to buy a lot cheap next Wednesday, 27th. C. A. Sumner will close her out at auotlon. In their New Qtiurtere Crandall, Crow A Co. are now at 133 and 136 West First street, with lull line »f stoves, mantels and gratea. money to Loan On farm or city property, at 7 per cent. Frank C. Lrapbr, No. i Court st, Los Angeles, CI. Gladstone. Grand excursion over tbe San Gabriel Valley railroad to Gladstone, the heart of the Azusa, ou Thursday 21st, Friday 22ud, and 8 tturday 23d. Trams leave the Downey aveuue bridge at 930 A. M. The run to Gladstone is about an hour. Mr. Fuller will meet the visitors wltn carriages and show them the new town. Tbe more you see of it ihe better you will like it. Train leaves Gladstone for Los Angeles at 8 p m. Fare for round trip, *1.25 Carriages free. NECK W E A R, Collars aod Cuffs, Etc. PRICES LOW. Eagleson & Co, -50- • NORTH SPRING STREET. ananas KEAL. ESTATE. Semi-Tropic Land Co. REAL ESTATE -IN- All Pails of the City aod County. CHOICK BARGAINS IN ALL CLASSES OF PROPERTY. Requruu St. buslines* location, *l«d per foot. Temple street, finest residence locatlon'oo street, *m% per foot. ■ Fine residence, 9 rooms, Hill street (16,000 Hill street, lot 60x166 feet 6,000 Best lot in Ivanhoe 1,000 San Gabriel, 100 acres finely Im proved, fine house, furnished, elegant home and paying invest ment 60,000 Bunker Hill, 30 feet with 6 room house, bath, stable.. 8,600 Buuker Bill, 36x115, 9 room bouse... 4,000 Bunker nill, cornor, 80x115, house 6 rooms, also new hmise 3 rooms— 5,000 Boyle Heights, 80x160 ft, house, stable ■■■■■■ 1.7*0 Ellis tract, house 10 rooms, finely finished, lot 50x1*8 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 houßO.. 2600 l ong Beacb, 40 acres 8200 ill i in ond s'reet, ton ol h'll on Cable road; best bargain on the hill. 1600 San Gabriel, 360 acres, mostly lv trees and vines, only S3OO per acre, worth IIOCO. 160 acres in barley near Rosamond 800 Park Villa tract, beautiful lot; cheapest in the city. See it. Ohio atreet, new house; 6 rooms; near Cable road, only 20(0 Alabama street, fine U'-room house; very chjap. 0n1y... ..... ■ ■■■ 2760 Fine lot on hill, splendid view, 70x- 16S 16.000 Charming home on hill, 84x166, 9 room house, best finish 18,000 Hope street, nice homo, lot 60x105, house 6 rooms •.,. 8,000 Flue house, 10 ro->ms, Bunker Hill, furnished pays 35 per cent, in price 12,000 Texas street, right Bide, fine lot, only 1,000 AZUSA PROPERTY. VERNON PROPERTY Be on Hand When Baby was.tuck, we gave her fastens, Whon i;he was o. Clitld she cried tor UastorK ATicn she become Miss,she clung toOajßOrla, WhensriC>>;vlChUdren,ah, ■ avetoon CS_rtorl» HALL'S SARSAPARILLA Cures all Diseases originating: from a disordered state of the BLOOD oi LIVER. Rheumatieiri, Neuralgia, Boils, Blotches, Pimples, Scrofula, rumors, Salt Rheum and Mercurial Pains readily yield to its purifying properties. It leaves the Blood pure, [he Liver and Kidneys healthy an-: the Complexion bright aud clear. J. R. GATES & CO, Proprietors, 417 Sanso.ne St. Ran Fran«i m r * new life into the Antiquated Horso [ For the laat 14 years the H. H. H. Horse Liniment haa been the leading remedy among Farmers anil Stockmen for tlie onre of Hpraina. Braises, Stiff Joints,' Spavins, WlndgaljSi Soro Shoulders, etc.. and for Family Use is withont an eqnal for Uheumatism, Neuralgia, \cfio9, Fains, Urniaea, Outu and tWrtins of all eh. reefers. The H. H. H. Liniment has many imita tions, and wo caution the Pnblio to see that the Trade Mark "H H. H." ia on every Bottle bofore purchasing. For salo pvorywhero for 80 cents and $1,00 per Bottle. 0. H. HANOE, wholesale and retai Druggist and Manufacturing Pharmacist Nos. 77 and 79 North Spring street. Tele hone No. 66. P, O. Box Z166. —REE LIST AT— I cm tt, Spring- St., Temple Block. GEO, W. BURTON. mrSIM CjTsUMNER& CO., Beal Estate Agents and Auctioneers, 14 North Spring Street. WE HAVE FOR SALE: Lot 50x135, on Eleventh street, on very easy terms 1 876 Corner lot 60x150 on Downey avenue.. 1800 Lot 50x175 in Ellis tract; % cash 900 Lot 40x100 Court and Bootn 275 Lot 50x155 Ninth st.: % cash 900 Lot 18uxl80 cor. Wesley aye. and Jet- I ferson street •u--v,- — ?SSS Lot 52x102 cor. Flower and Brooklyn.. 1100 Lot 120x271 cor. facing three btreets, Falrvlaw tract... 6000 Lot 180x100 southwest corner Virgin.. 9000 House of 4 rooms, lot 40x120, end of cable road 12,000 House of 6 rooms East Pico street; brings «S3 a month 8000 House of 5 rooms ou Turner, near Alameda • 1800 10 acres, with house and orchard, nr. cable road 10.COO 80 acres lv oranges: fine place for sub divisiou 66,000 106 acres in city limits ('#,ooo 44 acres near Ostrich Farm; good house and improvements 12,000 O, A. BtniNER * 00., 0017 14 North Spring Street. LOS AN< : .«,S DAIY HERALD. APRIL 23. v. FOR SALE BY W. P. McINTOSH, Heal Estate A-gent, 122 North Spring Street, Los Angelee, Cal. CITY LOTS. 50 very desirable lots between the two Cable line* Theielots are eligibly situated iv a rapidly growing aud prosperous locali ty, overlooking tbe whole country clear to the ocean, and will be sold in a job lot at the remarkably low price of $100 per lot. • 1000 EA«;H for four lots on College St. These lots command a fine view of tho sur rounding countrr, and are very desirable locations for beautiful homes. VHOO for a good lot on Santee street, surrounded by fine two-story houses. •AM) lor a lot In Alcantara Grove, be tween Main and Gra-d avenue. *4000 tor 40 aore' of land S miles from the town of Azusa; 12 acres in vines and 6 In trees; house aud other Improvements. • DUO lor a good lot fronting on Temple Bt »eotM» for two lets fronting on Hill and Pico streets. A flue corner. Easy terms. Several very desirable lots fronting on Bellevue avenue and in the immediate vi cinity. Look out for au upward move luthe price of Ibis property In the near future. aiSOO EACH for two desirable lota on Court street, near Beaudry avenue. Can be paid in Installments ~ , 3 CORNER LOTS and four inside lots oh Beaudry avenue, at prices from $1200 to $2000 each. Ea-y terms. 1 lot on Pearl street, noar Boston street, $1000. Several fine lots In the Da Cells Tract. Tula property ia very desirable aud near , the Main street car lino; on favorable terms. ( BUSINESS PROPERTY. BBUO PER FOOT for 01) feet ene block ' from poBtooice. A corner lot ou Main street, near Wash ington street, very cheap. I 1 corner on Temple st atsßo per front foot i tlk\J-l have houses and lots tar sale ou all tbe principal streets of the city, and t>, 10 and -ju acre tracts in and adjoining the city, but ouly make special mention of tbe places ottering the greatest inducements to speculators and the general pnblic to invest in. ft\y MONEY TO LOAN ON GOOD SECURIIY.-^Sa JUpr-My real estate office being tbe only one in the city where oomplled block maps of tne city are to be fouud, pirtios seeking investments will do well to examine my list before purchasing. W. P. McINTOSH, Real Esiuf A (rent and Compiler and Owner of the First and only Block IMnps of the City of l.oi Angeles. alOlin 128 NORTH SPKIMJ STR'FT. PIA 3^O^S5T JOHN W. GARDNER, 02 Id. 212 Soith Spring Street, Bleed Block. O 5 O <tj ONLY KXCJLUSfVB *H § PianoandOrgan House. § HHOLE«AI,F, AND HETAIf,, FOR CASH AND ON INSTALLMENTS 00 O 1 AUENT FOR L_J Z 50 r "j Steinway, Chiekering, Steek, Knabe »sy . Hardman, Emerson and many other rh leading Pianos. Story & Clark, Kir- r ry» ball, Taber and other Organs. ___] o P° Instruments to Rent. m27lm PIANOS. INSECTICIDES. We heg to call your attention to au article we are manufacturing for tte purpose of eradicating and destroying tho Scale Bug, Harvest Flies, Tree Hoppers, Plant Lice, Etc. It has been fully tested by the Agricultural Department of the State University, and pronounced a success, the endorsement of which wo append. It is put up in convenient forms for use. Tbe chemicals employeoVu same will not hurt the most tender bush, as has been fully demonstrated. It la put up In liquid form ready for use in barrels and ■:•gallon cans, snd in paste form in 2 and 61b. oans and barrels, which must be diluted before using: therefore, we recommend the liquid form as being the best for use. I Copy of letter rec-ived from the University of California, College oi Agriculture, Berk eley, dated Dec. ith. 1836. j I. N. Know'cs, Esq., Manager Aictio OU Works, Oan Francisco: Dear Sir—We have lately tested tbe Insec.tolde preparation of Whale Oil Soap sent by you to us, and have found it to be very effectual against the Scale infesting Orange ana Bay Trees; alsoaganst the Thrips. From our previous experience with a similar composition I think lt will be fouud fully effectual against any small Insect Pests not fpecially protected like some of the armored Scales, and against which any Wash short of strong lye cannot boused. Respectfully, E. W. HILOARD, Professor state University. We ask you to cive this preparation a thorough test, feeling confident that it will do all we olalm for it. It will cost but a small amount to save your fruit trees and flower plants from the deadly insect. Oive it atrial and be convinced. Yours truly, ARCTIC OIL WORKS, 28 California Street. Hellman. Haas A: Co.. Agents'. Las Angeles. XnT-CALL FOR SAMPLE CAN.-ana, m24-8m ESTABLISHED 1865. INCORPORATED 1865 CRANE BROS. MFG. CO. CHICAIiO, I'ITTSBXHU, OMAHA, I.OS ANUfcLES. MANUFACTURERS' • JOBBERS OF PIPE, FITTINGS, BRASS GOODS, TOOLS, Etc. Pumps, Hose, Belting, Sewer Pipe. I*l.l' I*l Hi: KW Hint li AS IiTTLIIV MATERIA!, IN EVERY VARIETY, COMPLETE LINE OF SANITARY APPLIANCEB. Nos. 18, 20, 22 and 24 Requena Street, Corner Los Angeles, f o h27 tl hQ* ANGELES, ttAI.I FORrVIA . One Week Late, but here at Last. Spring Clothing of Every Description, FOR GENTS., BOYS AND CHILDREN it 19 S. SPC:?S ST., Kelt to Mosgtove's Cloat House. ABEENETHT & TAFT « K. MARTIN &CO., 408 Front street, San t'ranclsco, PROPRIETORS OF THE FOLLOWING POPULAR, BRANDS OK WHISKIES : .1. ft>. Cutter Extra Ol* Bourbon and Rye In barreissnd ball barrel miller* Extra Old Bourbon In barrila and half barrcH J. A. Miller, Chicken Cook in barrels and half barrels Argonaut Old Bourbon and Eye ,n bunelt and hall barreli For Flavor, Parity and General Excellence these Whiskies are Unsurpassed. I U6-«m NOW READY FOR SALE. Raymond Improvement Company Tract I! SOUTH OF AND ADJOINING THE GROUNDS OF RAYMOND HOTEL, SOUTH PASADENA, AND FORMERLY KNOWN AS THE UPPER MABENGO TRACT. The RAYMOND IMPROVEMENT COMPANY, having purchased 847 acres ol the* well-known, highly-improved and cultivated tract, now offers lor sale ill DIVISION MO 1, with ilong| frontages on FAIR OAKS AVENUE and MISSION STREET, large lota averaging 60x180 feet; streets from SO to 80 feet wide, and to be graded, piped and planted in trees at the expense of the company. Each lot to have connection laid to ma in pipes, and to have FREE one share of stock In tbe M ARENGO WATER COMPANT, thus laser- Ing an abundant supply of pure water for Irrigation and domestic use. Easy and frequent communication now had with Los Angeles by the L. A. A & tt. R. R., with station at northwest corner of tract. The new line of the Southern PaeineCe., from the new town of Ramona northward, ia to run through the middle ol the tract, and • first-class station Is to be established at the reservoir in front of the Raymond Hole). GARFIELD AVENUE, running from Alhambra Station on tbe 8. P. R. R. to Rag Bond Station on tbe L. A. A 3. G. V. B. R.. Is 70 feet wide through the east side of this treat, and will soon have a line of street ears in operation its entire length. For maps, prices and further particulars apply to RAYMOND IMPROVEMENT COMPANY, W. G. HUGHES SECRETARY. 84 WEST FIR NT STREET, HOWtl 3, I.Os ANGELES fJALII'OMXU. Or at the office near tbe reservoir on the land, Just south of Raymond Hotel alO-lm HOUSES FOB. BALE. a»ooo for a new l wo story house on tbe west side of Main street, near tbe business center. This house la just being completed aud will be ready for occupancy in a few days. It contains nine rooms, bathroom closets, basement, etc, all in first class style, size of lot, 40x160; alley In the rear. Part cash, balance on time. 8 new and cKsani cottages on Beaudry avenue; one the other for $4000. A nlco new house of five rooms and a bath room, bard finished and complete In all Its apartments. Lot 50x16'), close to oar line. Price, 82200; remarkably cheap. WIL rent for ili per month. A new two-story house on a beautiful street lor $5500. *>U2r>o for house and lot on Pine street, near Grand aveuue. Easy terms. An elegant two story house, one block from Temple street. Price, 96.00; will rent for (60 per month. • 1800 for a four-room hard finished house; lot40x120; near the Second street car lino aud park. Easy terms. COUNTRY PROPERTY. 640 ACRES of fine land, near San Jacin to station, on California Southern Railroad, for $10 au acre. Patented. 81 ACRtS In fruits, on Central avenue, three miles from Plaza, for $21,0f0. 75 ACRES In old frufts, fine brick honce, an abundance of pure water, within a abort distance of the proposed town of LI UN TONE and the terminus S. B. V. R. R. and adjoining Lugoula, Redlands and Crafton. This property will sell for $500 a lot very soon. Price. 5 0,000, FOR RENT. 1 LODGING-HOUSE of FOURTEEN ELE GANT ROOMS and three stores for rent; al o. several dwelling houses. C. A. SUMNER aCO, tail Estate Agents and Acctioneerb, 14 Kobth Brame Srassr. A.T PUBLIC AUCTION THE KAYS TRACT! SITUATED On Vernon Aye., Orange, Sixth and Ward Streets, Saturday, April 23,-1887, at 10 o'clock, on the grounds. CiILT.EDGEO HEbIDKNCE PROPERTY ! To He Mold on lie Merlin-One Block front Seventh-Street Cable Lino. Beautifully situated on elevatPd ground, adjoining tbe famous Falrmount Tract, only \% miles from tbe Courthouse, with extensive views in all directions. The new Seventh- Street Park, on which the city will spend #10.000, is but a short distance away, end moat be a very favorite resort. Tbe surrounding Improvements surpass tho«e of all other localities, the property-owners realising tbat this is the coming residential section of the city, have spared no expense toward furthering the efforts of nature in making it attractive. Title perfect. A certificate furnished with each lot. TERMS OF BALE.—Ten per cent, on the fell of the hammer, 25 per cent, within - thirty days, balance in six and twelve mouths, at 8 per cent Interest. o_P* Parties wishing to view the property will pUase call at our office and carriages will be at their service. Catalogues on application. C. A. SUMNER a CO., Heal Estate Aoehts and Acctiokeebb, 14 North Sraiae Street. ap!6—»t C. A. SUMNER & CO., RKAL EsTiTB AOKNTS A Nil AUCTIONEER*, 1* NORTH SrRINO STEER* THE LAST AUCTION THE ELA HILLS TRACT! Situated on Downey Avenue, East Los Angeles. Cloning out Hale Wednesday, April 87, 1887, al 111 A.TI. en tliegronn«la tw one moke change to buy a home cheap The remalniug lota will be CLOSED OUT on tbe above date and some rare bare-sins may be expected. Bmall Lots ! Low Lots ! nigh Lots I A Splen did Views! PUKE W ATE It piped through the main avenue. Street i ars to tbe Tract. On the road to the Raj mood, Alhambra, Pasadena, etc. Certificate ol title with every lot. TERMS OF SALE.—Ten per cent, on the fall ol the hammer, 40 per cent, within thirty days, balance in twelve months at 10 per cent, interest, payable aeml-ann ually. Five per cent, discount on deferred payment for all cash. afaVFor further particulars, apply to T. li. KO WAN, j |«EOKuK W. JORNgTO!!, 114 M. Spring St., (ar ) am the premises. C. A. SUMNER & CO, Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers, 14 North Spring Street. apl7-tf TO HOME-SEEKERS AND SPECULATORS 1 , If you desire a bargain in handsome building J lots situated in East Los Angeles, apply to T. J. S FLANAGAN, 269 North Main street, owner of the property, or to BEN WARD, 4 Court street. «r Maps and detail plats can be seen at ' either of the above places. 0 »pis-tf WILL RECEIVE QUESTS FROM THE 20th INST. ARRANGEMENTS SATISFACTORY TO ITS PATRONS. South Pasadena Hotel. GEORGE LIGHTFOOT, Proprietor. 8. 8. LIGHTFOOT, Manager. INSPECTION OP HOUSE INVITED. aplft—lm 9