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Arrival and Departure of Mails at Los Angeles. Lea and way am ir.M . j 4 00 8.00 "'" ...J ».oo 8.00 4.80 8.00; 4.30 10.30. 4.80 I and way. lea I.. 10.30 8.00 .... 8.C0 I ..... i and San Luis > San Bnena- •a and Santa re Counties WT 2.01 4 30 5 OO DAILY REAL ESTATE RECORD. mkllsaea by site Abstract and ■Title Insurance Coaapauy. Saturday. April 23, 1887. OOSVBTAMCSS. B H Spalding to Mary D Bpaldlng-LotNE corner of Markhem street and Highland arenas Sierra Madre ;*1250. Alfred T Corbln to W H of siu of 8«>. oISEHof section 86T18R It 12500 Ives Larson to Sarah M Vawter—Lotß block 148 and lot W block 121.Santa Monica; "Seorge Rlee to Henry E Putnam and T Michaels— Agreement lo convey lot 41 High land Park tract; $8300. Will W Beacn to David Bridenstlae—Lot 8 block F, Crescents Can tda: $1500. Mrs Clara B Blaokman to S S Scofleld— Agreement to convey 22!* acres iv SE;i of lection HTINEIOW; $12,375. James X Martin to Mrs Annie B Oiton— lots 1 and 2 block A, Kaabi subdu S Pasa dena; tim . _..,„ James Montgomery to Pauline L Loger— Lots block F, Bonnie Brae tract; f 120 j. q Houghton and P Robertson to H 8 Dan iels—Uud % Interest in Duarte Townsite; me, C B Woodhead to Henry earner—2o.ls acres In SE% of sec 19, Tp a 8, It 13 W; #6800 Mis M L Tighe to Ella Edgar—Lots 2, 8 and 4 block 84, P mona; 12475. Mrs Mary J Buulong to Mrs Clara Dosch— South T4% feet of lota 13 and 14, Marrlam, Marsh A Gardner's snbdvn of part of lot 1 blockß6, Hancock survey; $1500 L A Craig. X H Hubbard to Edwin Ward- Agreement to convey cast 25 feet of lot 1, O'Hara's subdvn of part of lot 12 block b, »an Pascual tract; $11,000. Louis X Loroeer 10 entries I Lobeer— MM Of lot 7 block 32, P unooa; $4000. T B Boss to Mary G Hooper—Lots 7 aud 8 block 129, Pomona; $1000. Mrs Mary G Hooper to Louis Brosseau— Lou 5 and 6, blk 37, Pomona; $1000. D M Dorman to J N Siuitn— Und % int in lots 1,4 and 6, b k 15, Santa Ana; $1u,700. H M LoudtoCharles Dormer— Assignment of sgt to convey NJ4 ol blk 162, Pomona; 91200. John P Moran to Isaac t Abila de Cota— Int 14, blkC. Moran trt; $1200. WUlard Lamb aud Caroline Lamb to J W Hendrlck and J S Chapmin— Lots 103 and 104, Workman & Holleubeck trt; $4too. John W Hugus to a H Johnson and W N Monroe—«4o acs in Ro San Pascual; 4)80,200. J W Hinton trustee to E C Burllngame- Lot 178, Victor Heights tn; $1100. Same lo A. Klmvau—Lot southwest c:rner of Center and Claudina street, Anaheim; »10j0 Prank A Marston to Charles A Gardner- Lots 1, x. 3,4,16, IS, 17,13, 19, 20, 21 and 22, Prank A. Marston's subdn of north part of lot § blcck Q. Saa Pascual tract; j»HOo. Alfred Moore to Caspar liehrendt—Un divided half of lot 8 block X, Allso tract; 11000. Albert J. Wallace to Effie P-trle—Agree ment to convey lot 26, Wallace Bros., Olirt srood subdn, Pasadena; $1440. Miles W Dodd, Jr, to Frederick Liude- WU of NWX of SWVpof Sec 13 13, Tp 1 8, R 14 W; $7000. M J O'Connor to M L Wicks—NE %of Bee 28, T 2 8, R 14 W, $4 800. James 9 Washburn and Josephine May Washburn to Joel Spuhn—s acs in 8W % ot SW % ol sec 32, T 1 N. X 9 W; $2,000. P B Clark to Lot Angeles and Santa Monica Bailway Compauy—Right of way over land of grantor in se ' 4 of s»v of sec "23, T 2 8. R 14 W. M L Wicks to F B Clark—W 60 acs of NE >i Of sec 23, T 2 8, X 14 W : *2 400. Lissle D HoUenbeck and J G Holleubeck to Laura P Hale— Lota 4 and 6, blk A, bono c Brae trt: $3,000. L M Kords to Laura P Hale—Lot 6, blk A, Bonnie Brae trt; $',500. Obadtah T Barker to Joseph Hyans—Lot on west line of Fort street, north of First atreet; $15,000. Stephen Townsend to WiillellThoinpson— Lots 2. 9, 10,11 aud 12 b.ock A S Townsend's subdn of Summit Avenue tract; $4114. B D Wade to Mrs 8 A Keyes and James G Ogllvle—Part of lot 11 block A, Fort Ull tract; $7000. J 8 Chadwiek toE PMadison—Lot V block 119, Santa Monica , $18,620. John Bryson and George D Rowan to Trustees of FUst German Evai gelical Luth eran Congregation, U A C—Part ot lot 1 block 30, Huber tract; $7500. XC Webste., Oliver Plcher and C 8 Mar tin to Came L Adams—Lots 19 and 20, Web •iter, Plcher A Martin's subdn ol north half of lot 2 block N San Pascual tract; $1125. Samuel B H' nt to E Turner, trustee- Agreement to convey SW! -i of section 14, township 1 south, range 12 west, $37,005 C E Mackey and Ben E Ward to B W Fel der—Lot 13 and north part of lot 12, block 71 O 8. $3,000. H 8 Chaffee to Thomas Harvey—Lease and agreement to convey b% ol B \V± of section 31, towdshlp 1, north rauge 11 west, $19/00 J S Redd to E C Webster—Agreement to convey south .10 feet of lot 37, P v Wooster's subdivision of lot 4, block H, Ssn Pascual tract. $5,000. E F Siience, J F Cbank and John D Blck ueU to J W Hugus—Lot A, block 7, Monrovia tract, 2,000. H G Bennett to same—Lots 70, 71 and 72, block 6, and lots 111,112 and 113, block 11, l'eaxdeua subdivision Monrovia, $1,500. E F Spence, J F Crank and John 1) Bick nell to same—Lots 13,14 and 15, block 0, and lots 13.14 and 16. block —. Monrovia, $1,600. T T Bradshaw to Albert L Camp—Lois 6 and 7 block 13, and lots 13 and 15 block 14, Pairmount tract ; $2000. M E Wood to E C Webster—Agreement to convey lot 21, Banbury's subdn of lot 12, aod part of lot 9 block H, San Pascual tract; glfiOO. J M Gessner to E C Webster—Agreement to convey lot 33, P G Wooster's subdn of lot -4 block 11, San Pascual tract; $9500. X Williams lo same—Agreement to con vey lots 14, 15,16,17,18,19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24: Its and 26, Williams' Home tract, Pas dena, 424 760. P G Wooster to same—Agreement so con vey lot 2, Wooster's subdvn of lot 86, P G Wooster's subdvnof lot 4 block 11, Sau Pas cual tract; $5625. Samuel Palmateer to same—Agreement to convey lot 30, Glendale tract, being subdvn of lutS block H, San Pascual tract; $1925. PG Wooster to same—Agreement to con vey north 44u feet of lot 37, P G Wooster's subdvn of lot 4 block H, San Pascual tract; «85,000. P G Wooster to same—Agreement to con vey lot 38, P G Wooster's subdvn of lot 1, block H, San Passual tract; $7000. A H Conantto C H Hussey— Undvd half of part of lot 9 block B, Sau Pascual tract, and undvd half of lot 3, Lyman and Stevens' aabdvn of east 200 feet of lot 7 b.ock B, San San Pascual tract; $2725, E len Mc arthy to J M White—3o feet of NU of lot 6 blcck 1, Beaudry tract; $4foo. Mary A Wright aud W P Wright to Emma tlolomon—Agreement to convey east 35 feet of rear of lot 12 and 35 feet f om rear of south 20 feet of lot 13 block 51, Huber tract; *2600. mm George D Whitcomb to Glendora Water Co—three-fourth acre In Glendora tract and half acre in NV\ >/ t of NK 1 4 of Sec 33, TIN, At« W; $2000. Hiram Fryeto Wm P Brown—West half ot lot 15 block B, Oge & Bond's subdn Ko San tiago de Santa Ana; $1500. Marshall Northcross to William P Brown —10acres oi lot 8 block C, Oge A Bond's subd a Ro Santiago de Santa Ana; $2000. J M Kords to Lizzie D Hollenbeck-Lots 4 aad 5 block A, Bonule Brae tract; t'2ooo. J W Hinton, trustee, to Robert F Bailee- Lots 104 and 166, Victor Heights tract: •M6O. Same to Mrs Flora L Bailee—Lots 119 and 120, Viator Heights trt, $1,520. Adeline B Davis to Norman B Carter— lots 23 and 24, blk C, Boncle Brae trt; $2,800. Mrs Maria 8 Stevens to John A Hall—Lot 14. blk L Ocean View trt No 1; $1,606. Elizabeth Wilson to John N Rush—Agree ment to convey lots 23and 21, blk 2, Wright's 1 aab of Sisters of Charily trt; $1,000. Prank B Downs to W E Parker—ls acs In ti\t\i ot SW see 3, TIB,R 10 W; $2,050. . MrsCeUna B Wise to William H Hay- < lot It, Truman trt; $1,000. Henry S Hudspeth to L N Breed—Lot 16. talk T, Pairmount trt; $1,500 1 Harry Sherwood to Abram Rorlck-Lot on 1 M Mdc ol Boons Vista street; $4,600. Baron ATA Rognalt and Baroness Abel C other! ae Rognlat to D B Horton—lot 4, M«roasts Kc«ntat trt; tl.tta Meraaaa B Carter to O B Campbell-Lots m aad 24. blk O.Bonnie Brae trt. «$.400. SUMMARY. Number of transfers in above "ft. M- Total amount of oonsideration^^OoS. Number of transfers under 11000 each, 87. Total amount at wns derat on » 8 870. Transfers (or nominal consideration. St. Anregate of day's transfers, $327,926. fN™TE -Transfers of which the oonsldora tlon Is less than $1000 are not published In the above list.) HOTEL ARRIVALS YESTERDAY. Union Depot Hotel— L Christopher & wife Mrs Mctlee, D X D«vls. San Francisco; Mrs M N Nolton, City; J H Doll, Bangor.Me; Mrs. PW Thompson, le.wa; Geo Morton. New York- G D Whitcomb, Gleudora, Cal; E8 Babcock, Jr. San Diego; J F Crank, City; U Silver. San Bernardino; W C Campbell, To Hotel—A W Wcdderbaum, City; Mrs A P Fitch, Philadelphia; Mrs C A Blackburn, Long Beach; C D Turner, Sau Francisco; John Murphy, Wellington, Kas; H A Nichols, Bloomlu<tuu, 111; J Levison, San Franoisoo; BK Taylor, Santa Paula; T J Murphy, San Diego: J E Magary, Sau Francisco; J C High, tan Diego; 0 M Mar tin, orange; F M Springer, Anaheim; GI H Zlzler, G J Holmes, Ban Diego; Mr and Mrs Tompkins, Miss Tompkins, Pasadena; C 8 Walker and wl.e, Los Angeles. Pico House—F Jordan, Riverside; 8 A Scrlbuer, Sau Diego; Geo Openshaw. Frank Low, Sau FrancUco; Jas McClcllan. J A Mc Kec and wife, Cincinnati; W H Holablrd, Claremont, Cal; H R Tripp, Sin Jose; 11 L Thompson, L D Bay. J 8 Tuoker, W E Ella worth, ctt>:J F Greenough, 8 m Dimas;L W Healey, Demiug, NM; L M Baird. Mrs A M Baird, John Mack. Chas Goodyear. Lem Benedict, Cool Burgee, Ellsworth Cook, Jas Green, Bellly Conway, Mat Elder, D M Clark, M 8 Pollard, M E Bmith, J E Reming ton, Horace Kusbby. Geo M Murray, M A Stutter, John Dillon, Hank Dillon, George Henderson, Kd Grant, Sam Lee. rrank Perry, Charles Holton—Baird's Minstrel troupe. Svkvknson House—GE Larkey and wile Newhall; S A Dela. 8-in Francisco; A Dur kel. D,nver. Col; H Cleveland. V R Purdy, Aiusa; Mrs Nlmmock, Fulton Wells; D Glnnochio, John Welch, A J Hogan, 8t Louis; V R Qeddle, J Q linn, P Quinu, Pasa dena: Jo Sanchez, Monrovia; L H King, San Diego: G M Bates, Pomona; Samuel Hill, California. Nadeau House —Chas Wr'ght. Detroit; M P Light, J 8 Van Dorn and wife, H Hlrschman, San Francisco; A H D»ug,sss, Santa Crus; H A Nelson a d wife, fan Diego; A Smith. New Jersey; J W Orr. San Francisco; N F Putnam and wife. Salt Sake; W H King, San Francisco; F C Macinb-ay, WODelrfez, Dcs Moines; C II Fit/Gerald. Boston; W Fillmore and wife, Pomona; w N Monroe, Monrovia; F B Law. Chic go; ACDalzell, Pittsburg: W A V anrjercook and family. San Francisco; N L McAbee. Cleveland; J H Bovd. Sau Bernardino: O F CUmartin, Miss Alice Young. Ban Diego; N F Fal-bmks, Rose City; W L Hardin, Santa Paula. CHURCH NOTICES. Grace M. E. Church — Rev. Will A. Knlghten will preach in Grace M. fc. Church on First street, at 11 A. M. a d 8 r M. Morning subject: 'Hope|and its Fouu -latlons." Evening: "Sin Hiding." Sunday School ot 12:80 P.M. Young People's meet ing at 6:30. r. M Praise service at 7:30 r m. We cordially invite all to attend these services. Park Conorfoational Chi ech—PreachiDg tola morning by the Pastor E. R. Bralu erd. Text; John, 7,17 'Faith and Obedi ence, the Ground of Knowledge. Sunday school at 3 p. m. Evening service at 7-30 r, M. Sermon by Elder Jt. 8. Field, of the First Presbyterian Church. Topic: "The Church." _ TriNITY M E. CHUBCH, SOUTH, ON Foul stree', between Fifth and Sixth. Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. Preaching by the pastor, Key. W. B. Stradley at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. M. Excellent music by tbe Trinity choir—Mrs. Beeson. Mrs. Book, Mr. Ney and Mr. Lowe Seats free and all cordially invited. Young Mens' Christian Association — Gospel meeting for young men, addressed by young men, at First Congregational Church, Third and Bill strceis, at 4 o'clock. Orchestra snd male quartette. Stratgers will find a hearty welcome. First English Lutheran Church—Ser vices in McDonald Block Hall, 25 N. Main street. Preaching at 11 a. M. aud ~M r, m. Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. Morning sub ject: "Tbe Only Foundation." All wel come. „ , Third Congregational Church—Corner of Chavez and Railroad street. Sunday school at» o'clock p. M Services at 7:30 p. m. A cordial invitation to all. Rev. J H. Phillips, pastor. Eabt Los Anoeles Congresational Church Services In Campbell's Hall, at 11 a. m. followed by the Sunday School at 12:20 p. a. Everybody Invited. Rev. J. 11. Phil lips. Pastor. M un-street M. E. Church—Corner South Main and Laurel streets. Preachlug at 11 A. h. and 7:30 P. M , by the pastor, Rev. 1.1. Spencer Morning subject; "Forgive ness." Evening subject: "Our Disposi tions." Everybody co dially invited. The Reorganized Church or Jesus Christ ok L. D. 8. Preaching every Sun day, at 11 A. M. aud 1% v. M in K. of P Hall, 21 S. Spring street. Subject: "A Voiceof Warninir." AU are Invited. IMPORTANT INFORMATION. \ he tirent Credit Male ot limn ing ton Town and Villa Lot*, to Take Place Next Thursday-. The hundreds of people who have been inquiring about the great Hunting ton sale will be glad to learn that it will commence on ThursJay next, April 28th, at 10 o'clock A. m., at tbe olficcs of Wiesendanger & Bansall and S. D. Ho vey, 25 First street, corner Spring street (np stairs), Los Angeles. Cut this out and save it until tbe day of sale. More Water For Huntington. In addition to the large supply of water secured last week by tho owners of this new town, for the million-gallon reservoir, they have now secured an ad ditional supply from another source, and will build a second reservoir. Dots. J. W. Davis. Prescription Druggist. Drink Kju'i Royal Belfast Ginger Ale. Tanslll's Punch Cigars at P.O.Cigar Store, none blankets and bnggy robes at Foy's harness shop. Burkes porter is food and drink com ' bined. Try it. ; Buy Eagleson's perfect fitting shirts, 60 ' North Spring street. ; Drink Fredericksburg, California's finest t 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 and invalids sbould use it. i Nursing mothers should use Burkes por . ter. It is a swllt tonic. Every well dressed man should wear > Eagleson's perfoct fitting shirt-collars culls i and neckwear. The Pacific Coast Detective Agency is ' located at 220 North Msin street. Eiperi > eucii detectives furnished. All business ■ confidential. Dr. Williams continues to treat all heart, throat and chest diseases by his new and ' popular system of medicated inhalations, | 276 N. Main street. Goods at factory prices at Eagleson A Co.'s, 50 North Spring street. THAT HACKING COUGH can bo so luickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guar intee it. C. F. Heinzeman, agent, Los An reles. Free Vaccination. Health ofilce free vsccinatlon locnted on Fort street, between Second and Third, in a tent on city grounds. Theater Trains To and from Los Angeles from Santa Monica on Thursday evenings. Sadden Death. Dr. Flint's Heart Remedvwill prolong life by preventing those sudden d.-aths from heart disease, which bring untold grief to families, often plunging tbem into poverty, because of the untimely decease of the bread winner. Atdrugglsts;ll.sP. Descrip tive treatise with eacn bottle; or address J. J. Mack A Co.,Sau Francisco. T. r. Joyce, ! Building Contractor and Brick Manufac turer, ofllccliiii North Main street. Bricks for tale. The star of hope—Red Star Cough Cure only 26 cents. Safe, prompt, Hire. The mechanic*)' Institute Hss again awarded the Fredericksburg ; Brewing Company the two first prizes , for best export and draught lager, Latest styles of Hats Of all description at tbe Chicago Hat Store, ' 85 N, Main street, and a cane given to each j | purchaser. Social Hops AH Through the Summer. ttff Hrc'lai rates for the summer season, auilvMtors cordially Invited to visit our grounds. Telephone 30*. CI.ARK A PATHICK, ap2B-lm Proprietors. ig 1 J RESTORED. Remßny 111 Qll fl A Ail Free. A victim of youth lllilllllUUU ' ul Imprudence, causing premature decay, nerv ous debility, lost manhood, etc, having tred in vain every known remedy, has dis covered "a ;simple self-cure which he will send FREE to his fellow sufferers. Address C. J. MABON, Postoftlce box 8179, New York oity. Us and Oct Caned At tbe Chicago Hat Store, 36 N. Main street. A oane la given away to each purchaser ol a hat, LOS ANGELES Daily HERALD, APRIL 24, 1887. Great Credit Sale or TOWN AND VILLA LOTS IN THE NEW TOWN OF HUNTINGTON WILL TAKE PLACE ON Thursday Next, April 27th, at 10 O'clock A. M,, At offices of WIESKNDANOER A BONSALL, and S. D. HOVEY.2S First atreet corner of Spring street (up stairs). Los Angeles. Positively no lots sold until above day nud hour. aTsxF-Cut this out and keep It until day of sale. HUNTINaTOITI This Beautiful Town-Site Is locatel on the Foothills of the Charming SAN GABRIEL VALLEY, in front of the ' Celebrated SIERRA MADRE VILLA HOTEL! And only 10 minutes by rail from PASADENA. Abundance of pure mountain water piped to every lot from a million-gallon reservoir. tttW The L. A. AB. G. V. Railroad passes Its southern bo mdary, and the Southern Pacific has surveyed its new line through the center of the towc. HO! FOR RIVERSIDE, THE Orange Garden of the World. FIRST EAILBOAD EXCURSION AND GRAND AUCTION SALE IOO—BEAUTIFUL TOWN LOTS—IOO A PORTION OF The Tibbets Tract at the Head of Magnolia .Aye., IN THE FAMOUS ORANGE GROVES OF THE RENOWNED RIVERSIDE WILL BK SOLD, WITHOUT RESERVE AT PUBLIC AUCTION, ON THURSDAY. APEIL 28, 1887. ON THE FOLLOWING TERMS: One-third cash, one-third in 0, and one-third in 12 months; interest on deferred payments 8 per cent, per annum. A GRAND EXCURSION TRAIN Will leave Los Angeles on tho above date, from the Union Depot, for RIVERSIDE at !) :10 o'clock a. m., arriving at RIVERSIDE at 11:50 a. m. Round Trip Excursion Tickets from Los Angeles only $3, good to return 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 round trip only *2. The entire ticket money will be refunded to those who purchase lots. g/mTA BAND OF MUSIC, WILL BE IN ATTENDANCE—LUNCH ON THE GROUND FREE. For Tickets, apply at the California Southern Railroad Office, No. 239 North Main Street, at the 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 A Rare Chance! VALUABLE PROPERTY IN A COOD TOWN. Station and Street Cars CONVENIENT, 109 Acres in Oranges, Vines, ether Fruits and Alfalfa. A Fine Brick House of 12 Rooms, Tenement House and other buildings, costing; In all sto.ooo. I There are 40,000 Vines, Choice varieties, 1 to 4 years old; 70 ORANGE TREES, 7 to 14 yesrs old: 300 Aprlcota and other Choice Fruits. far— A GUM ulioVK.-fM WHU I. C PLACE I Mi CI.O S X U And iv finest condition. A SPLENDID HOME PLACE, Well located for subdivision. THE LAND, WITH ALL IMPROVEMENTS, is Offered for a Few Days for $25,000. Liberal Terms of Payment For lurther particulars, apply to t. Iff. CHOQI ILL, 34 North Spring street. F. H. KEITH, Anaheim,Cal. anil lm THE BELMONT Terminus Second-Street Cable Road. A Charming Summer Resort WITHIN THE CITY LIMITS. All the Delights of Country I.lfe. T n Minutes Ride from the Business Center. Fresh Air, Cool and Refreshing Ocean Breezes, Delightful Panoramic View of Mountain and Valley. Lawns, Treks, Walks and Flowers, Tennis Court, Swings, Etc. 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 2*4 and 5-acre lots, and now offering the same at $800 per acre, except corners, which are $900 per acre. Will offer same For Sale at AZUSA. Thursday. April 21, 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, 18K7, 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 ol 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 Azusa Agricul tural Water Company (i-11 of its water rights from the San Gabriel River, reserviog the other 5-11 for the town of Azusa, for which said (i-11 the Water Company will issue to this company 5000 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, he furnished by the company under its regulations. ap2o-tf DAILY EXCURSIONS TO ALHAMBRA! Including round tiip by railroad, carriage drive to the principal orange groves and vineyards, a visit to tho old mill and dinner. Fare, 75 cents. ftW Leave Lo* Angeles at 8 and 0.10 A. IW., Heturn at 4 and « P. in. QU FOX TICKETS AND INFORMATION, CALL AT A. PHILLIPS & COS EXCURSION OFFICE, 134 North Main Street, Los Angeles. For Sale-Great Bargain! ONE OF THE FINEST GROCERY uusluetses Iv Los Angeles; doing Irom •11)0 to Sl3O per day. Long Lease. GOOD CAUSE FOR SELLINii Ol'T. Price, 83500. Address BARGAIN, aio-tt Pottofflce Box urn IT. HON. WM. EWART GLADSTONE, The Premier Statesman of the World, WILL BE PRESENTED WITH THE TITLE DEEDS TO A LOT IN THE NEW TOWN OF GLADSTONE! IN THE HKART OF THE A 7.1 SA. OTHER PEOPLE CAN BUY THEM OF FRANK McCOYE, 2& North Spring Street, Los Angeles, California. ■ 68th Ann versary, —OK THK— I. 0. 0. R, LOS ANGELES, APRIL 26, 1887. Grand Parade AT 1:30 P. M. Mounted Police. Grand Marshal: General John R. Mathews. Aids: Major L. 8. Bo tier, Major \V. D. Stephenson, M-jor J, G. DeTurk, I. A. Scpnlveda. 7tlt Infantry Band. Canton Orion No. 12, range Grove Encampment No. 31. Visiting- Lodges. Los Angeles Lodge, No 35. Golden Rule Lodge, No. 160. Dolt's Baud. Goodwill Lodge. No. 323. East Side Lodge, No. 325. Daughters of Rebekah, in carriages. Lodges will Form at i P. M. Sharp, AS FOLLOWS: I anion Orion, On West side of Fort, right resting on Second. Lncauipiueii I, On Second, right resting on Fort. Visiting Lodges, West side of Fort, right resting o First—Los Angeles aod Golden Rule on First, right resting on Fort; Good will and East Side, on Franklin, right resting on For'; Daughters of Re bekah, on New High,[right resting on Franklin street. LINE OF MARCH. Down Fort to Fifth, to Spring, up Spring to Plaza, countermarch down Main to Armory Hall, where the literary exercises will take place. By order of GEN. J, R. MATHEWS, Grand Marshal. MAJ. L. S. BUTLER. Chief of Staff. Orator of the Day, Rev. W. A. KNIGHTEN. Grand Ball iv the Evening, 8 o'clock, at Armory Hall. By Order of •24-lt THK COMMITTEE. .