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DAILY REAL ESTATE RECORD.
Published by the Abstract an«l Title Insurance Company of Los An. *" °*' Wednesday, March 27, 1889. CONVEYANCES. Albert J Wallace and Frank S Wallace to Austin I Flint—Lot 7 Wallace Bros Lot Robles and Walnut sub part of White's sub lot 5 block D, San PasqtWl tract; §1,100 .„ . John Scheerer to 8 M Froman—SW 40 'eet of lot 8 and 10 feet of NX part ol lot 9 block 3, New Depot tract; $1.250. H T Bingham and Emma Bingham to f,eorge Khorer— E'-j block 102. Pomona: $3,500. John W Hugns to James II Kiimiey. Jr—Lots 32 and 38 block 76, aud lot I) block 90, Lords burg; $1,000. Isaac W El'ot to Jacob F Mshler—Lot 0 Dr Eliot's Home tract. I'asadena; $1,400 John Weber to c H Lleuau—Lots 11, 12 aud 18 block 1, Umbo Cottage Home tract; ■2,000, ss Same to John Weber—Lots 1 2 3 and 4 blk 1 Lienaus Cottage Home tract; $2 000. Centmela-luglewood Land Co to G Stoesak— Agreement to convey block 252, Inglewood; $1,900. Prudent Beaudry and F W Wood, ex»cutors of estate of Vic'or Beaudry, deceased, to M W Btlmson—Lois 3 and 4, Beaudry Water Works tracv.; $5 075. J A Bickctt to William Allen—l'art of lot 18, Ro TVjuuga; $2,000. Hubert E Lane to Minnie C Miltlmorc—Lots 10, 12 and 12, Kobedcau tract; $1,1100. John C Scott to Washington Bailey—Lots 3 5 0 7 8 9 10 17 and 18, Bailey Si Harbert tract; $10,000. Washington Bailey to John C Scott—Lots 1, 3, 11, 12, 18, 14, 15 and 10, Bailey & Habor tract; $20,000. Albert J Wallace and Frank S Wallace to John Baker—Agreement to convey lot 9, Wal lace Bros Los Robles and Walnut sub part of White s sub lot 5 block D, San Pasqual tract; $1,300. Samuel B. Hnnt, trastee, to James E Gordon- Lots 2, 3. 4 and 5 b'.ouk 18, lots 1 and 18 block 34, lot 14 block 32, lols 8, 4, 5. (i and 7 block 19, and lots 22 to 28 mcl block 15, Ivanboe; $3,150, William Porter to Georgo Rhorer—lo.o4 acres In Ro San Jose; $8,000. C M Weils to F W Montgomery—Lot i block 2 CM Wells tract; $1,500. , William D Richards to T Wlesendanger, W II Bonsall and Dan McFarlaud—Agreement to convey lot 10, Arlingtou Heights; $5,500. Dan McFarland, Theodore Wieseudauger and William H Bonsall to F.Uen A Hayman—Block 5, Arlingtou Heijhts; $1,400. George 8. Watson to George Ferguson, lot 34 Millar's subdivision, part of Geary l'lace tract; $1,550. Peter Thomsen to 8. H. Watson, lot 14 block 7 Grcenwell tract;ss,ooo. William 0. Tnlele to Catharina Elizabeth Thiele, lot 13 block B, Moreno Viueyard tract; also lots 49, 51 and 53, subdivision of EJsjof NEW ofSE%; section 0, township 3 south,range 11 west; also undivided half of lot 28, block 59, Long Beach; also lot 35, Victor Heights tract; $2,000. J B Duke to Emma C Woodson-Lot 24, Over ton tract; $1,200. Will W Beach Io J II Bntterworth—Lots 41 and 42, block 5, East Claremout; $1,000. SUMMARY. Number of transfers above $1,000 esch, 24. Amouut, $77,725. Number of tranters under $1,000, 25. Amount, $10,707. Number ol nominal trmsfcrs, 23. Total amount of considerations, $88,492. Note—Transfers of which the consideration Is less than $1,000 are not published in tho above list. FINANCE AND TRADE. Financial. EXCHANGE REVIEW. New If ore. March 27.—Tbe stock market started out thiß morning with a burst of activ ity, which, however, soon died away, aud the usual dullness ensued, with a decline from the high prices of the opening. The result of the day's operations, however, is to leave the great majority of the lift fractionally higher, with a few marked gains. The close was quiet but firm, and generally at close to opening figures. Government bonds have been dull but firm. Petroleum opened firm at9l%c. and closed steady at 'JVAc. HONEY QUOTATIONS. New York, March 27.—Money on call easy at 2@5 per cent. Prime mercantile paper, 4%@0%c. Sterling exchange dull but arm; $4.85% lor slxty-daj bills: *4.88% for demand. Bar silver, 92?„e, per ounce. Ban Francisco, March 27.-Silver bars, 92% ®93% c. per ounce. BTOCKB AND BONDS. New York, March 27.—Closing quotations: 0.8.4b, reg 1281 V Northern Pac 25% D. S. 4b, coup 129;,,, N.P.Preferred. ... 005, D. 8. 4!45, reg. ...108 Northwestern 103 TJ. S. 4> Js, coup... 108 IN\ Y. Central 100% Pacific Ob 120 jOregon Imp't 40 American Ex. ... 11l Navigation 05Vi Canada Pacific... 50', Transcontinental. 32.i Canada Sou 52' , Pacific Mail 35% Central Pacific... 34 * Reading 43J 8 Burlington 91% Rock Island. 91 D. L.&W 138 I St. Paul e2!4 Denver & Rio Gr.. 115% St. Paul & Omaha 31 Brie 27% 3t. Louis A 8. F... 22 Lake Shore 101 Texas Pacific 18% L. A N 01% Onion Paciflo 03 Mich Central 85' ;, D. 8. Express 80 Kans A Texas 112% Fargo 135 Missouri Pacific. 87J, Western Onion... 84 Boston, March 27 —Closing prices: AAT first 7s 117% Mcx Cent c0m.... 30 A&TRR 44(4 'Mcx Cent Ist mbs 08 Bnrl&Quincy.... 91%;58n Diego L'd Co. 28 San Francisco, March 27.—The following arj the closing prices: Best & Belcher.s4 10 jPeerless 40 Chollar 240 Potosi 2.05 Con.Virginia... B.37KiO)pblr 5.50 Confidence 12 25 Savage 290 Gould Si Curry.. 245 Onion Con 3.40 Haiu si Norvross 4.15 [Yellow Jacket.. 3.05 MINING STOCKS. New York, March 27.—Mining shares closed as follows: Amador. 1.00 llron Bilver 3.00 Caledonia B H.. 3.00 Mexican 320 Con. Cal. <SiVa.. 3.12 iMutual 1.40 Commonwealth 4 .50 Navajo 1.00 Deadwood 1.50 jOphir 5,12 El Cristo 1.50 Savage 2.50 Homestake 9.00 Standard 1.00 Horn Silver 1.20 I Uratn raarKcts. DOMESTIC. San Francisco. March 27.— Wheat—Duil but steady Buyer '89. $1.4:% per cental. Barley—Very dull. Buyer season, per cental; buyer '89, 87?4C. Corn—Large yellow, $1.12L£ per cental; yellow, $1.15; white, $1.15. Ghicaoo, March27.—l:ls r M. close—Wheat— <'losed irregular. Cash, per bushel; May, ¥1.01 V»; July, 89c. Corn—Firmer- Cash, 34!Xc. per bnshel; April, 35c; May. 35%e. Oats—Firmer. Cash, 25!ic. per bushel; May , Rye—Quiet. per bushel. Barley—Nominal. foreign. Liverpool. March 27 —Wheat—Dull; holders offer moderately. California No. 1, 7s. 6d. per cental; red Western winter, 7s 4d. Corn—Easy. New mixed Western, 3s 9} id. per cental. Copper Mia res. Paris, March 27.-1:30 P. M. — Comptolr d' Escoinpto shares closed at 85 francs; Rio Tlnto 292 francs 50 centimes; Bociete dcs Metaux, 27 francs 5 centimes, Iv consequence of the report of the liquidators of the copper syndicate, the Government has instttutedjiidtc ial inquiry as to tbe formation of syndicates. London, March 27.—2 p.M —copper, £10 ss. for cosh, 1140 for three months' delivery. Ueaeral fflarKetSN New York, March 27.—Hops—Quiet and steady. Coffee—Optionß opened steady and closed 5 (4)15 points below yesterday. Sales, 57,250 bugs March. $10.60; April, $10 00; May, $1(! (!0Ci*10.75. Spot Rio quiet; fair car goes, l - 'v Sugar—Raw, very strong and unusually act ive; fair refining, 5 1110 c; centrifugal 96 test, G%c. bid. Copper—Quiet. Lake, April, $14 25. Lead—Steady. Domostlc, $3.65. Tin—Dull and heavy. Straits, $21.05. Chicago, March 27.—WhiBkey-$1.03. Shoulders, W. 5005,75: short clear, $6.30 (0)6 35; short ribs $6.30<a6 35. Pork— Strong. May. $12 72'/.: JnlT, $12.87' Lard—Steady. March, May, $7.10. San Francisco, March 27 —Barley, No. 1 feed, brewing. 85«187',^c. Hay—Wheat, $9.00®13.50; oat, $9 00m. 12 00; wild oat, $9.00(5il 1 50: alfalfa, $B.oo® 9.50. Ground barley -$18.00310 00 Eggs—California raucn, store lots, 16@17e. LOS ANGELES PUBLIC LIBRARY IIHE1 IHE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE LOB a i >•• •••« Public Library will receive ami con sider applications for the positions of Librarian, Assistant Librarian and Janitor. Said applications mutt bo in writing- and In clude a brief statemi nt of applicant's experi ence qualifications and references, and may he left with tho BfOrotary pro tern., H. .!«>• Hanchette. at Ills oftlce, 1 BS West Second street, into MONDAY. APRIL 1. IHHO, at 8 A. M. u V io mv. , Q OOBINBON, President. H. Jay Hanciibtth, Secretary pro tern. m27id THE LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD: THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 28, 1889, A CHINESE LILY. Ilow It Helped to Win a Louisiana State Lottery prize. 8. E. Davis, a well-kniwn rancher of Flre haugh, sresno, cal . owes his luck in the last drawing of the Louisiana Htate Lottery to a chinaman in his employ. The gentleman,who waß iv this city from Jauuary l!)th to January 21st, stopping Ht the Lick House, told the story to Louis Snoenberg. of 322 Sansome street, who cashed tne pri/.o of 115,000 which Mr. Davis won with ticket No 5.882. Two weeks prior to the drawing the Chinese servant ol Mr. Davis gave him a Chinese Illy bulb, a very common present among the Chinese, bb they believe it brings good iuck between the giver and receiver. The bulb was placed In water and supported by small stones, as usual. Rap idly aa these lilies always grow, this particular one blossomed In the unusually short lime of a week. The t hiuaman, seeing it, became very much excited, considering It as an omen of g/oat good fortune to his master, whom he Im plored to send to Kan Francisco for some lot tery tickets. Mr. Davis actually did send, never expecting anything from what he con sidered the chinaman's crazy idea. Whenlhe winning numbers were telegraphed here one of the coupons had thus found its way, thanks to the Chinese servant, into Mr. Davis possession. He at once came up to Bau Fran cisco as stated, snd through Mr. Schoenberg re ceived eon Urination of the good news that he was the winner of $15,000. The chinaman has also benefited by his master's luck, for, rec ognizing the cause of his purchasing a ticket, Mr. Davis presented the Mongol with $1,500, and the Chinese lily is now regarded a more lucky flower than ever.—Ban Francisco (Cal.) Chronicle. Feb. 10. California Olives, Well cured—crop of'llß. Seymour & John son Company. DIED. FUNERAL NOTICES ONE DOLLAR. HO.SMEIt.-ln this city, o;i March 20, 188!), Mrs. F. Hosmer. Interment private. I PECK & McCOY, Undertakers and Embalmers, No. 40 NORTH MAIN STREET. Telephone 61. Day or Night. mot; J. D. Gli-L-ELEN, General Commission Merchant, Storage and Forwarding. GRAIN, HAY, HIDES, WOOL, FRUITS AND PROVISIONS. 25 San Pedro St., - - - Los Angeles, Cal Referencea—l,. A. National Bank and First National Bank. Liberal Advancements Made on Consignments. Write for Quotations. f!3-ly OFFICIAL. ORDINANCE NO. 4.34. AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE SALE OF TWO 283-11)00 ACRBI OF LAND ON ARROYO BECO IN KAST LOS ANdBLES. Bection 1. That the right, title and interest of the city of I,os Angeles, county of Los An geles, State of California, in aud to the follow ing lot or parcel of laud, viz: Beginning at a point In the west line of Walnut street, three hundred and seventy (370) feet, measured on said line In a northwesterly direction from the center of the track of the California Central Railroad's main Hue; running tbeuce sonth 04 degrees, 15 minutes west three huudred aud eighty-five 28 100 feet to a point; ihence sonth 88 degrees, west four hundred and five 7-10 feet to a point: thence north 01 degrees, 15 minutes, east seven huudred aud fifty-one 3 10 feet to a point in the west line of Walnut street; thence along tbe west line of said Wal nut street, north 27 degrees, 31 minutes, west one huudred and seventy five feet to ihe rlare of beginning, and containing two 283 1000 acres of laud in the city of Los Angeles, county of l.os Angeles, Stale of California, except the right to extend ami open Hayes and Water streets acro-ssaid above described property, be sold upon the conditions and in the manner in this ordluance contained and expressed. Sec 2. The Clerk of the Council shall, on Tuesday, the 30th nay ol April. 18811, between the hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock p.m. of said day, iv front of the office of the Clerk of the Council of said city of Los Angeles, sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder for gold coin of the United States, payable on delivery of deed therefor, all Ihe right.title and iuterest of said city in aud to the property above described, provided that no sole Bhall be made unless the sum bid for said property shall beat least three huudred and fifty (350 00) dollars. Sec. 3. That the purchaser at said sale shall paythcßum bid by him to the City Tre .surer of said ciiy.whois hereby authorized to receive the same. Sec. 4. The Mayor of sad city is hereby authorized to execute and deliver to the pur chaser at said sale a quit claim deed of said above described property upon the payment oi the purchase price as above expressed. Sec. 5. The Clerk oi the Council shajl cei tify to the passage of this ordinance and cause the some to be published once a week for eight successive weeks iv the Los Angeles Daily Herald, a newspaper published in said city, and thereupon aud thereafter it shall take effect and be iv force. I hereby corilfv that the foregoing ordinance was adopted by the Council of tbe City of Los Angeles at it.- meeting of February twenty fih(2sth,A.D.lBB9. lt M. F. STILES, Clerk of the Council of tbe City of Los Angeles. Cal, Approved this 25th day of February, A. D. 1889 lOHN BRYBON, Sr., Mayor. f2B-thurBt NOTICE OF INTENTION. NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT IT IS the intention ill the Council of the City of l-os Angeles to change and establish the grade of Downey aveuue, from Prichard street to Mission rosd, as follows: _ .. At the southeast corner of Prichard street and at a point In the north side of Downey avenue, at rigat angles thereto, the grade shall be 399 00. At the intersection of Downey avenue with Glen Terrace avenue, and at points In the south Hue of Downey avenue, Ht light angles thereto, the grade shall be 474 00. At the Bouthwest and northwest corners of Downey aveuue and Mission road tho grade shall be 425 00. _ „ . _ At a point In the north line of Downey avenue, at right angles to the southwest corner of Downey avenue and Mission road, the grade shall be 426.00 . , . All above heights are iv feet ami above sea level datum. , .... All persons interested are hereby notified to file any objections which they may have, wiih the Clerk of the Council within ten days of the date of the first publication of thii notice. By order of the Council of the City of Los An geles atlts meeting of March 18, A. D. 1889. M. F. STII.ES, Clerk of the Council o' the Citj»of Los Angeles. m 2- lOt NOTICE OF INTENTION. NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN THAT IT IS the intention ol tbe Council of the city of Los Angoles to establish the grade of Park Lane from Sixth street ti Seventh street, as follows: At the intersection with Bixlh street the grade shall be as now established. 284.73 ou tbe Bouthwest corner, and 283 62 on the southeast corner. At a point 350 feet south of the south line of Sixth street tbe grade shall be 275.00 on both sides of Park Lane. At the intersection with Seventh street the grade shall be as now < stablished, 266.07 oh the northwest corner, and 205.50 on the north east corner. All above elevations are in feet and above sea-level datum. All persons Interested are hereby notified to file any objections which they may have, with the Clerk of the Couucil. within teu days of the dote of the first publication of this notice. By order of the Council of the city of Lns An gelcß, at its meeting of March 11, A. D. 1889. 8 M. F. BTTLES, Clork of the Council of the City of Los Angeles ml9-10t NOTICE TO CREBITORS. T.l STATE OF ROBERT A. HEFFNER, DE- Vj ceased—Notice Is hereby given by the under signed executrix of the estate of Robert A. Heffner deceased,to the creditors of, and all per sons having claims against the said deceased, to to exhibit the same.wlth the necessary vouchers, within teu months after the first publication of this notice, to the seid executrix of said estate, at her residence in the city of Los An geles, on Olive street, between Second aud Third streets. In the county of Los Angeles. Doted this 7th day of March, A. D. 1889. in 7 30t FLORA HEFFNER LEGAL. [COPY.I IN PI7RSOANCE OF A RESOLUTION PARSED by the Board of Directors of tne Fidelity Mutual Life Association, of Philadelphia, State of Pennsylvania, the said, the Fidelity Mutual Life As'oolatlon, hereby appoints Wm. Alrichs, residing at No. 131 Sonth Spriug street, In the City of Los Angeles, in the County of Los An geles, in the State of California, where the prin cipal office of said Association or Company in said State is located, its true and lawful attor ney iv aud for the State of Caliiornla, on whom all process of law, whether mesne or final, against said Association may ba served In any action or proceeding against ssld Company or Association in the State of California, subject to and In accordance with all provisions of the Ibwb of said State now iv force, and such other laws as may hereafter be enacted in relation thereto. And the said sttorney is duly author ized and empowered, as tbe agent ol said cor poration, to receive and accept service of pro cess In all cases as provided by tho laws of the State of California, and such service shall be deemed personal service, aud shall be valid and binding service on said company. I seal I L. G. FOUSK, President. W. 8. CAMPBELL, Secretary. Statf. of Pennsylvania, j „ County of Philauephia,( W. S. Campbell, being duly sworn, says that he is Secretary, aud L G. Kouse Is President of the above-named Fidelity Mutual Life Associa tion; that the signatuies attached to the fore goiug instrumeut are the genuine sign«tures of the said L. G. Fouse and W. S. Campbell, and In their owu proper handwriting; tnat the seal above annexed Is the corporate seal of the Association; aud that tho factß set forth In the above certificate are true Sworn and subscribed to before me this Bth day of Maich, A. D. 1889. GEO. W. REED, Notary Public. State of California, I Department of State. I I, W. C. Hendricks, Secretary of State of Cali fornia, do hereby certify that I have carefully compared the annexed copy of designation of "Agent of tbe Fidelity Mutual Life Association of Philadelphia" with the original now on fllo in my office, and that the sime Is a correct trauscript therefrom and of the whole thereof. Also that this authenlicatien is in due form and by the proper officer. Witness my hand and the great seal of State, at oflice in Sacramento, California, tho 15th day of March, A. D. 1889. ISEAL.I W.C.HENDRICKS, Secretary of State. m 23 7t By H. B. Davidson, Deputy. NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE. MARY A. VAN ALLEY VS. ALLEN P. Poaps — Sheriffs Sale, No. 8,592. uider of Sale aud Decree of Foreclosure and Sale. Under and by virtue of an order of sale and decree of foreclosure and sale, issued out of the Superior Court of the County of Los Angeles, State of California, on the Bth day of March, A. D. 1889, In the above entitled action, whore in Mary A. Van Allen, the above-named plaint ill', obtained a judgment and decree of fore closure and sale against Allen P. Poaps, defend ant, ou the 9th day of March, A. D. 1889, for the sum of 308 40 100 dollars in lawful money of the United States, which said decree was, on the Bth day of March, A. D. 1889, recorded in judgment book 9 of said Court, at page—, lam commanded to sell all that certain lot, piece, or parcel of laud, situate, lying and being in the County of Los Angeles, State of California, and bounded and desciibed as follows: Lot three (3) of block thirty-one (31), accord ing to mop of East Santa Monica, recorded upon page 95 et seq. of Miscellaneous Records of Los Angeles County, California, in office of County Recorder of said county. Together with all and singular tenements the hereditaments and ap purtenauces belonging oi in any wise apper taining. Public notice is hereby given, that on Wed nesday, the 10th day of April, A. D. 1889, at 12 o'clock M. of that day, in front of the Court House door of the County of Los Angeles, ou Spring street, I will, iv obedience to said order of sale and decree of foreclosure and sale, sell Ihe above described property, or so much there of as may bo necessary to satisfy said judgment, with interest and costs, etc., to the highest aud best bidder, for cash lawful money of the United States. Dated this 15th day of March, 1889. M. G. AGUIRRE, Sheriff of Los Angeles County. By A. M. Thorstos, Under Sheriff. Williams it McKi.m.ky, Attorneys lor Plaintiff. mlO 22t PROBATE NOTICE. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT, STATE OF CALL fornin. County of Los Angeles, ss. In the matter of the estate of Nathan Tuch, deceased —Notice for publication of time ior proving Will, etc. Notice is hereby given that Tuesday, the 2nd day ot April, 1889. at 10 o'clock, A. M. of said day, at the Court Room of this Court, Depart ment Two thereof, corner Franklin and New High Streets, in the C'ty of l os Angeles, Coun ty of Los Angeles, and Sta'e of California, has been appointed as tbe time and place for hear ing the application of E. BlUiek. praying that documents now on fie in this Court, pur porilng to be the last Will and Testament of the said deceased, be admitted to probate, that let ters Testamentary be issued thereon to said E. Russek, at wbich time and place all persons interested thereiu may appear and contest the same. Dated March 19th, 18S9. C. H. DUNSMOOB, County Clerk. By M.J. Asiimore, Deputy. Lee, Gardiner & Scott, Attorneys. m2O lot, MINERAL II X Ail IN (■(. UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE, LOS AN geles, Cal., March 15, 1889. Notice Is hereby given mat the following named person has applied to Ii le upon land sus pended by the Commissioner ot the General Land Office as mineral land, viz.: Emile Doutonville, Homestead Application forthoNWU of Sec. 34, Tp. 5 N., R. 17 W„ S. B. M. A hearing to determine the mineral or non mineral character of the tract above described is hereby ordered to take place before the U. S Land Office at Los Aneeles. California, at 10 o'clock a. m., on Apri125,1889. at which time and place all parties Interested are required to appear and offer any testimony they may have touching the character ol said land. ml(i 30* II W PA'iTON, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. T AND OFFICE AT LOS ANGELES, CAL., Li February 28,1889.—Notice is hereby given that tha following named settler has filed no tloe of his intention to commute and make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before Register and Receiver at Los Angeles, Cal., on April 23, 1889, vis.: Fielding W. Pattee, Homestead Entry, No. 4,174, for the Lot 1 aud SEX oi NEK Sec. 2, ip. 4 N., R. 13 VV., 8. R. M. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, aud cultivation of, said land, viz.: D. A. Wagner, of Acton; B. K. Nickel, of Acton; J. W. Robertson, ol Ra venna; Z. T. Davidson, of Acton, California. ml 9 30t 11. W. PATTON,.Register^ ASSESSMENT NOTICE OF THE LO3 ANGELES COLLEGE COMPANY of Los Angeles College, Calif. Notice is hereby given thatnt a meeting of tbe Directors held on the 18th day of March, 1889, an as sessment oi live dollars per share was levied on the capital stock of the corporation, payable to the Farmers'a< d Merchants' Bauk of Los An geles, Calif., Treasurer of said Company, on or before the 20tluiay of Apnl,|lBB9. Any stock upon wnicli tbe assessment shall remain unpaiJ ou the 20th day of April, 1889, will be delinquent and advertised lor sale at public auctiou, aud unless paymeut is made before, will be sold on the 20th day of May, 1889, to piy tha delinquent assessment, together with the costs of advertising aud the expense of sale. D. W. HANN A, Secretary, m2O-30t LosAngolcs College Company. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE County of Los Angeles, State of California, Katato of Richard C. Fryer, deceased — Notice is hereby given by the uudorsigned, administrator of the estate of Richard C. Fryer, lecssed, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit the same with the necessary vouchers, within four months from the first publication of this notice to the said administrator at his place of business, to-wit: at the office of his attorney, Wm. D Stephens, In the Lawye-s ouilding, Temple street, lv tbe city and county if Los Angeles, State of California. JAMES M. FRYER, Administrator of Ricuaed 0. Fryer, Dated February 19,1889 Deceased. 124 31t NOTICE TO CRBDITOBB. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE COUNTY Ol Lob Angeles, Stat" of California—Estate of George H. Stowell, deceased. Notice la hereby given by tho undersigned, administrator of the estate of George II Stowell, deceased, to the creditors of and ell persons having claims ngainst the said de ceased, to exhibit the aame with the necessary vouchers, within four months from tho first publication of this notice to tho said adminis trator, at bis place of business, to-wit: at the office of his attorney, Wm. D. Stephens, in the Lawyers' Building, Temple street, In tbe city and county of Los Angeles, State of California. Dated February 1!>. 1889. . SHERIDAN A. STOWELL, Administrator of George H. StcveU, deceased. 124 31t ) ftIEDBL'AL. DR. 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The Doctor has traveled ex- I tensively In Europe' and inspected thoroughly g the various hospitals there, obtaining a great -, deal of valuable Information, which he is com- - petcnt to impart to those in need of his services. The Doctor cures where others fall. Try him. k DR. GIBBON will make no charge nnless he a effects a cure. Persons at» distance CURED AT ¥ HOME. All communications strictly conflden- v, tial. All letters answered in plain envelopes, ii Send ten dollars for a package of medicine. Call or write. Address DR. J. F. GIBBON, Box H 1957, San Francisco, Cal. j Mention Los Anseles Hebald. ill Off nROV»NB.WRKjMg' g These caps can be found at the following Druggists: G. E. Fullertou, C. H. Hance, Thompson & Co,H. Germain, E. Williams, Bean & -argent, Wrede & Buehler. Blackinau & Gilford, South Side Phsrmacv, 169 S. Main St. Dr. J. M. Harris, Boyle Heights. fl9 12m d&w 38 IN orth Main Street, LOI ANGELES. GONORRHEA, GLEET and all unnatural discharges promptly and privately cured. SYPHILIS permanently eradicated with out mercury, SEMINAL WEAKNESS, loss of sexual power, Varicocele, skin aud bladder diseases are cured for life. No experimenting. Both sexes consult in confidence. Thoke residing »J a distance may bo cured at home. Call or sddress Dr. White's Medical = DIsPKVSAKY, 38 N. Main 6treet, Los Angeles. Cal. mlO-Gm LIEBIGr COMPANY'S ' EXTRACT OF MEAT. FINEST AND Meat Flavoring Stock. —FOR— SOUPS, MADE DISHES and SALCES. Annual sale 800.000 jars. 1 Genuine only with ft fac simile of Baron f f . , Llfbig's signature in M Stw xJg**W Ptt across la- Q €>t bel. To be had of all Storekeepers, Grocers, and Oruitrnts dec2lroonA thurl2m T~i r rrT T I A Mealed without ■*■ AK -' A *-* knife or deten tion from busiuess, also all other diseases of the rectum. Cure guaranteed (1. EDGAR s ill I It, ffl. D,, graduate Cleveland Homoeopathic Hospital College 1874. Assistant in '76 and '77 ts N. Schneider. Dean and Professor of Surgery in Cleveland College; also Surgeon of L. 8. & M. S. R. R. Removed to corucr Main and Seventh streets, Robr.it's block, Los Angeles, Cal. References given. Consultation free. Send for pamphlet. Office hours, 9a.m. to 4p. QT T TJ'G M. Sundays and holidayß | II ,l*. .J excepted. mlstf FOR MEN ONLY] A»n«ITHWC For LOST or FAlLlNfr MANHOOD: fUil I IIC General and M ERVOUS DEBILITY; /tTTT* "El Weakness of Bodyand Mind: Effects \J U XfcJD of Errors or Excesses in Old or Young. Robn.l. Nol.lr XIMMHH, r. .|..r, .l. II Inlanrp Kiiil MrrulV I.WI-0..1 %:.►'» I I "I'l " O ll„ t \ S .', i' A it TNof BOIIV. ,1 „|M,I, v illi'lK lIIU'IHSM'-Bmrnii In • d.J. IU. n lf> from 17 M T, rrll,'rl, I ».."•!«•< II." k. fulli-Tl'lanat «.'• I uroiihmijlljd Vtal*4) trie. Addrew ERIE MEDICAL CO., BUFFALO, N. T, ja9 eod&wklv ■ ItigO has (riven untver- sal satisfaction in the T0 , 5 I>A^ " re t ' onorr^a ' a ft "d WM* r ' ?! Ing' It'to nlTsufferers. MWIIM ChuslcAl Co. t- sTOITEB, M.D., TWk Docjlur, 111. price, 81.00. 11 ii s Sold by Druggists. Jals 12m A Speedy Cure Warranted. DR. sfRLT.'S GERMAN EXTRACT CURES all private syphilitic, urinary, skin and blood diseases, female complaints, and all Bach diseasos as arc bronght about by Indiscre tion and excesses, $1. Dr. Bell's French Wash cures all private dlsea-es, blood poison, old sores and ulcers, G. aud G., intwo or three days, $1. No preparation on earth equal to it. For sale only at the Rerlln Drug stor.-, 405;$ son Hi Spring St.. Los Angeles, Cal. jl-3m" COCKLE'S ANTI-BILIOUS PILLS. The Great English Remedy. IfOB LIVER, BILE, INDIGESTION, ETC I? Free from mercury; contains only pore I Vegetable ingredients. Agents, LANGLEY A MIOHAELS. Ban Francisco. <tAwi»<Tl» ; = NOTICE. i THK LOS ANGELES CITY WATER CO. ■ will strictly enforce tho following rule: The r hours for sprinkling sre between 6 and 8 o'clock a. m. and 6 and 8 o'clock p. M. For a violation of tho above regulation the water will be shut oft" snd s fine of two dollars will . be charged bifore wat*r will be tnrned or ' again. LINES OF TRAVEL. SANTA MONICA TIME SCHEDULE. Leave Los Angeles. WEEK DAYS. SUNDAYS 10:00 A. v 9:00 A. M 2:00 P. M 10:00 A. X 5:40 p. M 11:20 a. h 1:30 p. at 6 :00 p. m Leave Santa Monica. WEEK DAYS. SUNDAYS. 8:00 A. M 8:00 a. k 12:40 p. M 10:10 A. X 4:30 P. M 11:25 a. m 3:30 r. m 4:30 p. M Packages snd freight carried to Santa Monica and all points on the road at reasonable rates. BURBANK DIVISION. Leave Los Angeles. WEEK DAYS. SUNDAYS. 7:20 A. H 10:00 A. II 10:30 a. at »11:30 » m 1:48 p. st * 1:30 r. v 4:00 P. M * 2:30 P. St.. 6:00 p. M 3:30 p. v 6:00 p. M Leave llnrkank. WEEK DAYS. SUNDAYS. 6:00 A. U 10:40 A. at 8:00 A. M 4:40 p. M 11:15 A. M 2:25 p. M 4:40 p. v •Ones to Ostrich Farm only. ftf- All trains stop at Ostrich Farm and Soldiers' Home, going and returning. E. E. HALL, President and Manager. R.C.SHAW, General Freight and Passenger Agett. General Offices—44 North Spring St. Wilmington Transportation Co. SANTA CATALINA ISLAND. The fast and commodious Steamship " HERItIOSA," AFTER MARCH 18, 1889, will make regular trips each week to Avalnn, Santa Catalina Island. 1 rains to [ connect j Trains to Leave leave 1 Arrive at connect San Pedro. S. P. New , 3an Pedro, arrive at Depot, Los! Los Angeles. Angeles. [ Tuesdays.. 9:50 a. at. Wednesl'v 4:15 p: m. Thursdays 9:50 a. M. Fridays. 4:15 p.m. Saturdays.. 9:50 a. m.['Saturdays 'Sundays [8:00 a. M'['Sundays.. 7:00 p M. •EXCURSION DAY from Los Anseles. Parties going ou this day can return same evening after spending several hours on the Island. Passengers leaving the Island on Saturday will arrive at San Pedro the same evenlDg, and in Los Angeles at 8:25 a.m. The Company reserves the right of changing steamerß aud their dates of sailing, FARE—Rouud trip from Los Angeles, $4.00 " Excursion days do. 2.60 " Round trip from San Pedro 3 00 " Excursion days do 2.00 HANCOCK HANNING, Agent, Office—Room 24,118 North Main street. m1912m Established 1840. n IT \T t II TA Mail siewrs, —between— Europe and America. For tickets, etc., apply to A. W. H. PEYTON, AGENT," 75 North Spring Street, LOS ANGELES, CAL. m 22 lm CahueDga Valley Bailroad. TRAINS WILL LEAVE Diamond street, Hollywood, (end of Second-street (foot of Cahuenga Cable Road) pass.) 8:15 A. M. I 9:06 A. M. 10:00 " 10:45 " +11:30 " +12.15 P.M. •1:45 P.M. +2:30 " '2:00 " '2:45 " 3:30 " 4:15 " 5:30 " 6:15 " 'Except Bnnday. +3nnaayonly. EDOARL. SWAIN, Supt. RENTAL H^ A j^ T _ 8 The Huuter Dining Parlor, 136 SOUTH SPRING BTREET, (Bet. Second and Third Sts.) Tbe Largest and Rest Family, Re staurant In tbe City—Seats 175 I'eople. Meals Only 25 Cents Ice cream every day. Board per week $4.50. Polite and attentive lady waiters iv attend ance. None but white cooks employed. ml 9 1m F. W- IPKIINIiKH, Prop. The Silver Moon RESTAURANT, No. 43 South Main Street, Between First and Second Street. EVERYTHING NEAT AND CLEAN. Rest I Sc. Tin, i in tbe City. Meal Tioket, 21 Meals, $4 50. mls lm MRS. M. E. FRANCIS, Proprietor. TWO BROTHERS Having had many years' experience in the Restaurant busiuess, we can curtaiuly give you satisfaction. Strangers aud others visiting ;his city will find it to their advantage to give us a trial. MEALS, 25 CENTS. 21 Meal Ticket-, $4. Bteaks and Chops a specialty. The Finest Ice Cream and Pastry iv the city. Chicken every Sunday. Breakfast, 5:45 to 11 a. m., with extra bill of faro The choicest Tea and Coffee iv the city. 20 E. SECOND ST., a few doors below Msin. THOS. & GUY BEDFORD, Prop'rs. m 22 lm James' hi estaiarant, Near tbe Old Santa Monica Depot, IN SANTA IfIONICA, Is now reopened under the maupgement of Mr. Emile, formerly chief cook of the Campi Res taurant in Lob Angeles. Meals served in American, French and Italian styles at all hours. PRIVATE ROOMS FOR PARTIES AND; FAMILIES. Bingle meals, 25 and 50 rents. mO lm* No Chinese Employed! THE QUAKEOESTAURANT, Reopened at 146 S. Spring St. p2i YOU ARE INVITED. MEALS. 25 CENTS. Removed From 83 Temple Street. W. H. TRIPP, Prop. m 5-lm ULIL.IOHTS Restaurant and Oyster Parlois, 41 and 43 Norm Main Street. gm~ PRIVATE ROOMB nprttirs for ladle* •nil families, where meals will be served In Ml best style. ml6tf JERRY 11.1 ÜB, Proprietor Santa Monica Pavilion. RESTAURANT and FAMILY RESORT ECKKRT A II or I', Proprietors. FISH DINNERS A SPECIALTY. tu22tf LINE* OF TRAVEL. Mem fade (kpao> IMPORTANT CHANGE OP TIME. Sunday, March 10,1889. Trains leave and are dne to arrive at Eos Angeles (New Arcade Depot), Daily, as Follows: Leave For. destination. ah. From 1|3:50r. M Banning ||10:04 a.m. 810 p. M.I Banning 11:31 r. M 9:00 a. M.i Colton II 8:57 a.m. llBAor.it.l Colton ||10:04 a.m. 4:45 r. M. I Coltcn 4:20 r. M. 8:10 p. m. —Demlng and East... 9:31 P.M. 8:10 p. nt. ... .El Paso aud East.... 9:31 r. s. 12:35 p. m Long Beach 11:65 A. M. 8:50 A. M. |^J^ ro , * nd j 8:25 a. 6:10 p.m. | Ujng ean B |- d h ro / nd | 4:15 r.M (Golden Gate Special.) •10;20r.M. BluCfs aud? +7:15 P. M t East. > 10:20 p.m. . Ogden and East 7:25 a. m 10:I20p.m Portland, Or 7:25 A. st 9:00A.M San Bernardino ||8:57 A. H ||3:50 P. M San Bernardino 1:10:04 a.m. 4:45 p.m. ... San Bernardino 4:20 p. M 1:20 p. M. San Fran, and Sacram'to 7:25 a. m 10:20 p. M. Ban Fran, and Sacram'to 7:15 p. M 9:30 A. M. Santa Ana and Anaheim 8 :35 a. m 5:03 p. m Santa Ana and Anaheim 3:35 p. m 7:25 a. h. j Santa Bar tiara ( 3:25 p. M 4:40 P.M. I Santa Barbara j 8:35 p.m. 9:37 A. M Santa Monica 8:33 a. m. 1:07 p. » Santa Monica. .... 12:08 p.m. 5:17 p. m Santa Monica 4:28 p.m. 6:10 p. M Santa Monica 7:35 a.m. 10:00 a. M.I) Tustin | 9:20 a.m. 4.28 P. M.i ) Tustin I 3:15 p.m. 10:00 a.m. | Whittler ( 9:20 a.m. 4:28 p. M.j I Whittler I 3:15 p.m. Local and through tickets sold, baggage checked, Pullman sleeping car reservations mßde, and general information given npon ap plication to C. F. SMURR, Asst. G. Pas. Agt, No. 202 North Main street; CHARLES SEYLKR, Agent at Depot. •Fridays. fSatnrdsys. || Sundays excepted. A. N. TOWNE, General Manager. T. H. GOODMAN, Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Agt febl-Bm Pacific tot Steamship IX GOODALL, PERKINS A CO., General Agents. SAN FRANCISCO. NORTHERN ROUTES Embrace lines for Portland, Or.; Victoria, B. tT.„ and Pnget Sound, Alaska and all coast ports. SOUTHERN ROUTES, Time Table for March, 1889. COMIN9 BOOTH. 601KO NOBTH. 3£ | & ff I 9t p 5 >tJ3 Kgs ( Btt BTB4.MBKS. 3 < s>< o> a « o» - p.tc & w Acs * EC O CC 3 CE S CD 85 : g B 8B Corona Feb. 26 Wb. 28 Mar. 4 Los Angeles. .. " 28 Mar. 2 " 31 " 6 Qu'n of Pacific Mar. 2 " 4 " 61 " 8 Eureka " 4 " 6 " 7 " 10 Corona " •! " 8 " 10 " 12 Los Angeles... " 8 " 10 '• Hi " 14 Qu'noiPacific " 10 " 12 " 14; " 16 Eureka " 12 " 14 •' 15 " 18 Bantaßosa " 14 " 16: " 18 " 20 Los Angeles. . " 16 '■ 18 " 19 « 22 Qu'n of Pacific " 18 " 20 22 " 24 Eureka "20 " 22 " 23 " 26 Santa Rosa ... " 22 " 24 " 26 " 28 Los Angeles... " 24 " 26, 27 " 30 Qu'n of Pacific " 26 " 281 " 30 Apr. 1 Eureka " 28 " 30, " 31 " 3 Santaßosa.... " 30 Apr. l'Apr. 3 " ft Los Angeles... April 1 " 3| •' 4 " 7 The steamers Queen of the Pacific, and Corona leave San Pedro for San Diego o the dates of their arrival from San Francisco, and on their trips between San Pedro and San Francisco call at Santa Barbara and Port Har ford (San Luis Obispo) only. The Eureka and Los Angeles csll at all way ports. Cars to connect with steamers leave S. P. R.K. depot, Los Angeles, as follows: With the Queen ol the Pacific and Corona at 9:40 o'clock, A. M.; with Los Angeles and Enreka, going north, at 5:00 o'clock p. m , railroad time. £SJr- Plans of Bteamers' cabins at agent's of fice, where berths may be secured. The steamers Los Angeles and Eureka will call regularly at Newport pier for and with freight and passengers. The company reserve the right to change the steamers or their days of sailing. £tf For passage or freight as above or for ticsets to and from All Important Points In Europe, APPLY TO W. paRKIS, Agent. No. 8 Commercial St.. Los Angeles. California Central Railway "SANTA FE ROUTE." On and after SUNDAY, MARCH 24T 1889, trams will leave and arrivo at First Street Depot as follows: Leave. Los Angeles. Arrive. •12:15 p. m Overland *9:45 a. m, •10:10 a. M. 3an Diego Ex Coast L. *12:01 p. M, •3:50 P. M. San Diego Ex Coast L. *9:10 P. M. +3:00 A. «. .. !l anß Sdliloi H-.20.P.M' +9:15 A.M Santa Ana +3:40A.M •10:10 A. M. Santa Ana. '12:01 P. M •3:50 p. M Santa Ana +2:55 P.M. +5:00 P. M Santa Ana +9:10 p. at. •3:50 p.m. . ) KiTe o f r s^| e vla j - 18*1 P.as, ,?»*'«■ Riverside via San \ *4^op.M. .4:oSp.m. I Bernardino...s •8:00 a.m. ...San Bernardino *9:45a.m, •12:15 p. m . .San Bernardino— "9:55 a. M »4:0 Or. M. ...San Bernardino.. *4:20 P. M. •3:50 p.m. j SftnB tvange noVla i * 12:0l3, -» -+10:30 A.M. GlendorsAccommod'n +2:20 p. ■ +5:15 p. M. DnarteAccommodat'u +8:00 a.m. ||11:30 P. M. DuarteAccommodat'n ||7:40 p. M. +7:45 a.m. .. Port Ballona +9:40 a.m. •10:00 a. m. . .Redondo Beach. .. +7:15 a.m. •5:30 p.m. Redondo Beach. 59:30 A. M Redondo Beach . *4:50 a. h +8:00a.m San Jacinto +4:20 p.m. •10:10 A. Ml Eacondldo *12:01 p. M. •8:00 a.m i Redl'nds and Mentone *9:55 A. M. •12:15 p. M I Redl'nds ana Mentone. *4:20 P. M, •4.00P M.I ciodl'ndsand Mentone! •Dally. +Daily except Sunday. HTuesdaya, Thursdays and Saturdays. 53uudayonly. Trains leaving Los Angeles at 8 a. m. and ar riving at 4:20 p. M., connect At San Bernardino for all points sonth to Oceanside. Depot at foot of First street. City Ticket Office, No. 29 North Spring street D. McCOOL, General Manager. H. B. WILKINS, Gen. Pass. Agent. WILLIAMSON DUNN. General Agent . RAPID TRANSIT R'Y. Leave Lo? Angeles, Irom No. 7 Arcadia street, opposite Baker block, for Alhambra and Monrovia. WEEK DAYS— Forenoon. Afternoon. 7:35 9:30 3:10 5:00 Returning—Leave Monrovia for Alhambra Los Angeles. Forenoon. Afternoon. 7:00 8:55 2:30 4:25 BCND *YB— Leave Los Angeles for Alhambra and Monrovia. Forenoon. Afternoon. 8:35 5:00 Returning—Leave Monrovia for Alhambra sad Los Angeles, Forenoon. Afternoon. 8:00 4:25 Time between Los Angeles and Monrovia—On* hour. • INTERMEDIATE STATIONS BETWEEN TBRMtMAJk POINTS, BEGINNING AT LOS ANGELES — Soto street, San Marino, Bats, East Sau Gabriel, Ramona, Sunny Slope, Alhambra, Chapman, May berry, Baldwin aye.. Lake Vineyard, Arcadia. Special privileges to parties erecting resi dences on the line of this road. ] 13-tf " CoiMßie Geflerale_ Transatlantiane. FRENCH LINK TO HAVRE. COMP * NY'S PIER (NEW) NO. 42 Norm River, [ootof Morton sir et. Travelers b» this line avoid both transit by KDglish railway and the discomfort of crossing ' tire Channel in a small boat LA BRETAGNE, De Joussolin, Saturday, March 9, 6 A. M. LA GASCOIGNE, De Kersabloj. Saturday, March 16, noon. LA CHAMPAGNE, Bantelli, Saturday, March 23, 5 a.m. LA NORMANDIE, Bojer, ti Saturday, March 30,12:30 noon. For freight or passage apply to A. FORGET, Agent. No. 3 Bowling Green, New York. Tickets for sale by all railroad and steamship offices lv Los Angeles. J. F. FUGAZI <* CO., Agents, 5: Montgomery aye , c. ft Ja29tf 7