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Dr. Wills's Reception to the
A Larjre Meeting of the Iro
A Sealed Verdict in the National
Commencement Exercises of the College
of Medicine—Other Items of
A very pleasant reception was given
to the visiting physicians at the resi
dence of Dr. Le Moyne Wills last even
ing. The guests began to assemble
about 0 o'clock, and from that time
until after 11 the parlors of the large
and handsome residence on Fort Hill
were well filled. About 150 guests were
entertained, among whom M ere most of
the visiting physicians and a large num
ber of the local fraternity. Many of
them were accompanied by their wives,
and a pleasant opportunity was afforded
all for tbe increase of professional ac
quaintances, as well as the cementing of
personal friendship. The affair was
made as informal as possible, light re
freshments being served. The visitors
departed with a very pleasant impres
sion of the hospitable treatment which
they had received in Los Angeles.
New Members Installed and Resolu-
The second regular meeting of the
Iroquois Club for the month of April
was held last night, and the number of
members present was au indica
tion that the club is determined on
thorough organization and on the
centralization of the Democratic forces
of this county the coming campaign.
The following were inducted into the
mysteries of the club: J. Kuhrts, W. T.
Hams, E. B, Dukeman, J. B. Maguire,
Philip Henley and John T. Gaffey,
Propositions for membership were re
ceived! from Charles Gassen and W. T.
The Committee on the following reso
lutions of the San Francisco Iroquois
Whereas, Combinations known as
trusts are inimical to the prosperity of
the country and are exclusively for the
benefit of the few ami to the loss of the
many, and our own State of California
is likeiy to be made the lield of opera
tion for trusts, as some have already
implanted themselves here, namely,
the Sugar Trust; therefore, it is one of
the fundamental principles of the Dem
ocratic party to enact legislation in op
position to all monopolies, subsidies and
aggregation of wealth through channels
injurious to the public at large; and
therefore, be it
Resolved, That, as under our Constitu
tion and laws, any corporation, under
whatever name, uniting with trusts,
shall be deemed to have forfeited its
charter, and where such forfeiture shall
be effected for the people by a decision
of its courts, we hail the same as a vic
tory of popular rights; and be it further
Resolved, That a copy of these resolu
tions be forwarded to the various Iro
quois clubs throughout the State for ap
The report was as follows : Your com
mittee, to whom was referred the resolu
tions of the Iroquois Club of San Fran
cisco, relative to the formation of trusts
in this State, beg leave to report: That
they have considered said resolutions,
and, believing that all trusts are undem
ocratic in their conception, purposes
anil tendencies, calculated, as they are,
to interfere with and prevent the nat
ural laws of trade to the advantage of
the rich and to the detriment of the
many poor, creating in our land an
aristocracy of wealth that is a constant
menace to our freedom and equality, we
recommend that this cluh cordially ap
prove and indorse the said resolutions,
and pledge itself to the support of the
declaration therein contained.
M. F. Stiles,
A committee of three consisting of C.
R. Bedick, H. W. Patton and J. H.
Dockweiler, was appointed to select
members to install Iroquois Clubs at
San Diego and Santa Barbara. The atten
tion of the club was called to the fact that
the annual election of officers will take
place on Tuesday, May 6th. The club
then adjourned until Tuesday, April 2d.
It Finishes Its Labors and Renders a
The court-martial on the case of Col.
W. H. H. Russell met yesterday morn
ing at 9 o'clock. Judge Fitzgerald,
counsel for the defense, spoke for a
couple of hours and was followed by Q.
Wiley Wells, Judge-Advocate, who
summed up the case for the prosecution.
After lunch the court went into secret
session, and by!! o'clock had determined
upon their verdict upon each of the
eight charges which were brought
against Col. Russell. The verdict was
submitted sealed, and will be transmitted
to General Dimond at San Francisco, to
gether with the verdict in the case of
Lieut.-Col. A. T. Palmer, which was ren
The nature of these verdicts is of
course unknown. The fact that the
charges against Lieut.-Col. Palmer were
submitted without argument, and were
voted ujion and a verdict rendered in tho
space ot a few minutes, is held by many
Si those interested in the matter to iii
ieate that it was an acquittal, The
charges against. Col. Russell were eight,
in number, and about two hours were
given to their consideration.
More Doctors To Be Created This
Thie evening the commencement ex
ercises of the College of Medicine of
Southern California will take place -at
the First Presbyterian church at 8
o'clock. The following will be the order
Invocation, Rev. J. L. Russell; ad
dress, Rev. M. M. Bovard, D. D., presi
dent of the vi W
V. Whitmore '. VI.; presentation of
class for grt*< i> v >»y J. P. AVidney,
A. M., M. D.,
TIIE LOS ANGELES HERALD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL IG, 1890.
half of faculty, Joseph Kurtz, M. D.;
presentation of prizes; benediction, Rev.
Robt. Q. Hatching.
A Party of Surveyors of the Union Pa-
cine Now at Banning.
A railroad man in the city from Ban
ning yesterday reports that, a party of
Union Pacific surveyors is encamped
near that place. The party contains leu
men, and it is a contingent of a larger
party at work further north. They said
that the line which they were running
crossed the Atlantic and Pacific near
Ludlow, thence extended southeast to
Twenty-nine Palms and through the
Little Morongo pass. The people oi
Banning, he says, were very much ex
cited over the prospect of the line com
ing their way. There is no reason, how
ever, to suppose that the mere presence
of a body of surveyors indicates the lo
cation of a line, as much preliminary
work is needed in the way of prospect
ing before the route is determined upon,
and surveying parties are often thrown
out for the purpose of concealing the
real intentions of the company.
Work will begin in a few days on the
Los Angeles and Pacific road, "The sur
veyors who have been inspecting tbe
road for the purpose of determining on
the repairs necessary, reported that
$7,000 would cover the work, and it will
be promptly undertaken.
No official notice has been received as
yet of the cut to $35 overland second
class rate to Chicago which the dis
patches say prevails In San Francisco.
Local railway men still insist that tbe
report is an error.
A Warner excursion arrived from the
Fast on the Santa Fe yesterday, con- j
tabling the following persons:
H. A. Calvin, Chicago; W. Sanbrey,
Chicago ; Mrs. Rodgers, Miss Ida Rod
gers, Chicago; Charles P. Faw and wife,
Kansas City; Jacob Gaily, Kansas City;
W. L. Calkins, Detroit, Mich.; Herbert
Williams, Nantioope, Pa.; Mrs. S. H.
Gilbert, New York; Charles Shafear,
Tloboken, N. J.; S. Ban man, New York ;
John Brown, Madera, Cal.; T. J. Hill,
W. H. More, H. A. Bingham, Mrs. H.
A. Bingham, Herbert Bingham, Miss
Dora Kirkeby, Chicago; Win. 1 linn man,
Trenton ; Miss Ida Chandler, Fitch burg;
11. 11. Frey, Cincinnati; C. O, Gardner,
Montreal; I). A. Gardner, St. Albans,
Vt.; Charles Barre, Indianapolis ; Mr. L.
De Laguna, Kansas City, Mo.; F. L.
Dickinson, Kansas City; 11. L. Brown,
Pittsburg;]!. I). Russell, Ft. Madison,
la.; M. W. Brummer.Lake Forrest; (i.
N, Nathan, R, Saunders, McKeesport,
MRS. CLARA LIGHTFOOT.
; She is Sadly Insane, and Ordered Com
mitted to Stockton.
Mrs. Clara Lightfoot was before a com-
I mission in lunacy yesterday in Judge
I Clark's court, found insane and ordered j
j committed to the asylum at Stockton.
! A Deputy Sheriff tOOK her north by the
! noon train yesterday,
Mrs. Light foot's is a very sad case.
Sbe is a highly educated woman, of a
high-strung temperament, and when in
her right mind, a really fascinating
I woman. In her mania yesterday she
j was painful g»rralous, but never in the
| least violent w resentful in the smallest
degree. She has lived in the city for some
years, and lias been a member of some
of the church choirs, as she has a very
sweet and well-trained voice. Her tem
perament is deeply religious, and
it is reported that she was
at one time a novitiate in
a Catholic sisterhood in Texas. Her
malady is of a double nature, partly re
ligious and partly nymphomania. Some
years ago she met a strange man on the
street on the Fourth of July, and next
| day she came to the County Clerk's
office, got a license and married him.
!As might be expected, she did not stay
I married long under such circumstances,
i They were soon divorced.
As the train pulled out from the San
Fernando depot yesterday and her
friends left the car, she called out after
them about some one or other: "If she
says she is a Catholic, she does not tell
the truth. Be sure to send me my
prayer book by the next mail."
THE BOARD OF TRADE.
The Board of Directors Meet and
Choose Officers for This Year.
The newly elected Board of Directors
of the Los Angeles Board of Trade met
yesterday at Si :30 a. m. in the rooms of
the board and organized by electing the
following officers to serve for the ensu
ing year: George E. Dickson, president;
Carl Seligman, vice-president; L. N.
Breed, treasurer; T. 11. Ward, secretary;
(iregory Perkins, assistant secretary ; ti.
W. Latham and Graft', (ribbon & Cieigh
The Board of Directors is composed of
the following : George E. Dickson, Carl
Seligman, L. N. Breed, C. F. A. Last,
W. C. Patterson, I. B. Newton.
A New Baseball Club.
A new baseball club has been recently
organized in the city. It is composed of
the nimble and heavy employees of the
Southern Pacific Company, and will be
heard from soon. In point of fact, it
has been heard from already, for no
sooner was the organization effected
than a challenge was sent to the Los An
geles club. The game is to take place
four weeks from next Sunday. The
railroad hoys are new at the business,
but look out! They may be hard to
beat. They are in earnest.
A Fishing Party.
Bob Hamilton and Al Muir of the
Southern Pacific, Geo. D. Thompson of
the AVestern Union telegraph, and Eu
gene Maxwell, the newly appointed
Deputy Interna] Revenue Collector, re
turned Monday from a fishing trip up
the Sespe. They report that the water
is too muddy yet for the fishing to be
very good. Nevertheless they made a
Major Gard Going Noltll.
Major George E. Gard left the city last
night for San Francisco and Red Bluff.
!He will he gone for a week or so. The
J occasion of thie visit to the Northern
Citrus Belt is the meeting of the Grand
Army posts of the State, which will be
held "at Red Bluff in a few days.
I The following telegrams remain un
| called for at the AVestern Union telegraph
j office, corner Court and Main streets,
April 15, 18!K): Mrs. C. R. Meeker, Miss
Carolina Zotz, A. Boelte.
' Full stock at lowest prices; also garden hose,
: lawn sprinklers, pumps of all descriptions. A
1 specialty in pumjw for destroying the scnlebug.
' Mixlel grand ranges household fiimishtnp goods.
! refrigerators and v.. iter-coolers at W. I. Furrey's
59 and <>' North Spring street.
THAT BACKING COUGH can i>e so quickly
cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it. For
■ ' !>«w.m,isM-N»r'hMahi *.veet.
REAL ESTATE RECORD.
Tuesday, April 15, 1890.
Charles a Qardner to John A Owen—l/Ot« 1,2,
3 and 4, Frank a Mansion's subdn, Paaadena;
Charles Mueller to Fred Metiers—l ots 90 and
4, block 3, Anderson tract, Vernon district J also
also undivided 1 ., parfoi lot 12. sub in ot' part of
lot ti, Monrovia; (1,000,
CharlesCharnock and Hattie BCbarnock to
Francis II Pagi—Lot 24. block l>. Itivara & Vig
nolo tract; $31,500.
Samuel L Burger and Belle B Burger to .1
Charles Wilson—S '~ lot 2. S 1» Jewett's subdn
Ro San Pasqual; also tract commencing at SW
corner of lot 3 of said subdn; (3,832.
Charles M Stimson and George W stimson to
M R Iliggins—Lots ti, 7 and 8, Bosetta tract;
Alamltos Land Co to A Q Cook—Farm lot 90,
Alamltos tract; .13.000.
Azusa Land and Water Co to John I' I lanes and
WilliamF llanos—hots 7. Stand 10, block C,
J J Vosburgh to I'niversitv Hank of Los An
geles trust deed—l ots s and'!). Williams's subol
block 73, I) S; 11,000.
Spalding Development Co to Annie E Bhaw—
Lot 15 block A, Fort ilill tract; $1 1,000.
Mistress Felice Pol and Victor Pol, to Or. .1 1'
Widney—Lots 14 and 15, V Pol tract: $4,000.
Louisa M Lockwood to Bbeneser P Cooley—
Partoi block 217, l'omona tract; $7,060.
F F Fine to Mrs M A Cummings—Lot 6, MyT
tell SUbof M ess ick tract; $2,000.
Number transfers $1,000 and over, 12.
Number transfers under $1.000, 32.
Number nominal transfers, 5.
Total amount of considerations. $76,746.
Note—Transfers of which the consideration
is less than $1,000 are not published in the
It W Brltt,San Diego II I Woodward. Peoria
II C Shannon and wife, .1 E Durkee, Tombstone
P B Gross, 8 Francisco 1) .1 Van Aukcn, Gen-
F B Goodrich, do eva, N V
T 1! Urtffith ,t w,Boston .1 II Taggart & w, Yuma
DrC M Bates, Fresno pre Rowell, Fresno
Pr R X Keid, Stockton Dr T Koss, Woodland
Dr 11 Robertson, Yreka Pr 11 j Crumptori, Sau-
Pr W X Fox. Colton salito
Pr X 1) Shugart and wf, .1 F Hamilton, S Lake
Riverside Elmer E Rowell, S Bdno
R L Shepherd, S F F W Thaver, Boston
Max Euhslbuum, do WC Newell, Rochester,
P L Randolph, Hot I>r W N Smart. S Diego
Springs, Wash Dr Edwin f arson, S D
Mrs W Lindley,Whittier.l ti Bailey, Santa Ana
Jno F Hurley, agent D Robertson &w, Portld
Evangeline E II Woolsev, Oakland
B McCauler, Baltimore ,1 II Wythe, Oakland
s H Howard, s f G a Black, Sacramento
Dr G Wright, Redlands F. W Carlton, Tulare
,1 W Hart, Pasadena C II Watts, Downev
I' N Watts, S F i J W ( orvette. SF *
Miss Julia Corvette, do r b Ralph, s Barbara
.1 W Strong, l.os Almos Dr V .I Steams A wf, SF
II W Huemner ,t wf. E F Forster, Colusa
Ventura Mrs ('. Bennett. Encinatl
Dr Z W Sherritt Si wf. F S Bender. Carlisle
Burlington c F Jenkins, Castico
V I Rea, N V C A Littletichl, S F
A I! Bennett it wf. Tex Jas Marshall A w. Leav
,las ilill, Portland, or enworth
Edmund Bartlett, Mo Ceo Van Borben, Berlin
.1 E Rogers, Omaha
DrC A Rogers,Buk'sff'd E Davenport, Boston
P shimley, Pittsburg E B Girard, Waco. Tex
S L Bragg*, do i; R Vernon, N V
G WSeute. Yolo W F Boyle, Chicago
C D Plank & wf, SD'go E It Withereil. Denver
,1 M Hinley, 8 B'dno C A Stevens A wf, Ore
II I Rolfe, do Geo Lewis, Chicago
Elt Bishop, Chicago JC Van Ordin, N V
N 8 Davis. Providence E F Rogers, do
DrC S Stoddard,Sta liar .I D McNab, Riverside
W E Waters, S F W R Black, S F
M Claybrough, do A Fair, do
C R Wilklns, do .1 B Ford <t wf, do
W B King, Julian B L Surges, Nordhoff
.1 B Tuttle ,t wf, Mich T J Rockwell, Pomona
E Tomas, do H Pfaff Si wf, Boston
J S Griffin, San Jacinto C A Bailey &w f, Analnn
F S Rogers, do A D Barnard, wife and
j Kauffman, do son, Ventura
D If Haskell. San Fran Mrs S C Hummel. Sem
.l Harrison, Detroit ston, 111
J L Hill, San Bernard'o N B Bradley <t wf. Bay
Mrs Jno Shaw, N York City, Mich
Mrs WH Shaw, do F Mitchell. Mam'th Cvc
Jus D Byrnes, Sll Mateo Mrs L J Mitchell, do
Dr S F Forbes & wf. To- S F Fast, Eddy ville, la
ledo, Ohio s Chapman, Duluto
S Buhner Jt wf, Cleveld Ed li Preston, San Frun
J M Miner, Sacramento Y. .1 Day. New York .
Samuel MoClure, Yuba City
AT A uI'.EAT SACRIFICE
Will be sold for the next thirty days at
45 PER CENT.
Off the book price, for cash.
Clark & Humphreys
San Pedro Street, near Seventh.
CLARE I HUMPHREYS
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF
San Pedro Street,
P. O. Box 1235. Telephone 178.
PERRY, MOTT Sc CO S
ANI> PLANING MILLS,
No. 7<i Commercial Street. al ti
MILL AND LUMBER CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Main Office: LOS ANGKLKS* Wholesale Yard
at SAN PEDRO.
Branch Yards—Pomona. Pasadena. Lamanda,
1 Azusa, Bur bank. Planing Mills—Los Angeles
I and Pomona. Cargoes furnished to order.
WHN LDMIH CO.
I Corner Ninth and San Pedro Streets.
i LUMBER of all classes can be had at this yard.
J. M. Griffith. President.
H. G. Stevenson, Vice-Pres. and Trens.
T. E. Nichols, Secy. E. L. Chandler, Supt
J. M. GRIFFITH COMPANY,
And Manufacturers of
DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS, STAIRS,
Mill work of every description.
934 N. Alameda Street, Los Angeles,
——— " 1 '_ . ....
Broadway and Sixth street.
PAID TIP capital 950,000
G(c. ■' .. : . and Exohang*
Wusin .1 'ransaeted.
jH. SINS.' lAf-GH Itealdent
j QEORG y . easier
THE COULTER DRY GOODS HOUSE-
Summer Novelties constantly arriving.
We are in receipt of Ladies' Parisian
Dress Suit Patterns, at $9.00 each ; were
sold at wholesale in New York at $10.80
AYe have placed in our windows White
Dress Goods, suitable for dresses and
aprons, at 9c per yard ; worth 12 l 2 c and
15c. New Wash Cotton India Pongee,
lisle thread finish, a later fabric than
sateen, at 18c per yard; they were sold
by us earlier in the season at 25c per
yard. We are offering at 33c per yard,
Fancy Stripe, 36 inches, All Wool Dress
Goods ; worth regular 50c per yard, and
have been sold as a special at 40c per
yard by our competitors.
We have placed on our counter for
this week, Half WoolChallies, in beauti
ful patterns and new colorings, at 15c
per yard ; worth 20c.
We are in receipt of many new goods
Embroideries, Laces, Dress Trimmings,
Surahs, India Pongee and Wash Silks,
Kid Gloves, Children's Sun and Dress
Bonnets, New Ulster Cloths and Cloak
ings, New Bathing Suits for Ladies,
(ieuts and Children. Parasols and Sun
Watch our Front Windows for Bargains
Samples sent on application.
The Coulter Dry Goods House,
2tl. 203 and 205 South Spring Street,
Corner Second Street.
JOE BAYER & (o.
Wholesale and Retail
Wine - and - Liquor - Merchants
" 29 NORTH MAIN ST. TELEPHONE 38.
fp\_ $7.00 FOR $3.50
V gA /"> st // Makes his elegant snd finest finished $7.00
SS §/ 1 y i y My J photos for $3.50 per dozen. We make a speeialtv
*s v y of BABIES' and CHILDREN'S PICTURES; also
ntr family groups. We solicit comparison with
higher price works, and guarantee ours as good
as any $7.00 Cabinets made in the State.
Developing, printing and finishing for amateurs: also amateurs' supplies at Eastern prices
See our work and compare our prices.
mftrB . 3n? Old No. 41, New No. 147 South Main St., Los Angeles, Cal.
New Mexico Coal Co.
GUIIP, SUNSHINE AND CERRILLOS
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Best Domestic Coal in the Market
Also Wellington, South Field Wellington
Greta and Wallsend Coal,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
CHARCOAL AND WOOD IN STOCK.
CHAS. A. M AR RISER, Genera) Manager.
city office: yard:
Hotel Nadeau. Cot, E. Fire! St. t Santa Pc Ate.
TELEPHONE 866. mrll-um
The Gem oi the San Gabriel Valley.
ONLY THREE MILES FKOM THE CITY
LIMITS OF LOS ANISELES.
Property ot the San Gabriel Wine Company.
LOCATED AT SHORB'S STATION.
On line oi 8. P. R. R. and San Gabriel
Valley Rapid Transit It. R.,
From IO to 15 minutes to the Pla/a, Los An
CHEAPEST SI"BURBAN TOWN LOTS,
VILLA SITES, or
PUHEST SPItING VYATEH.
Inexhaustible quantities guaranteed.
Ipply nt offi'- of
San Gabriel Wine Company,
•oT it . .o i. -V. .ißfcNA.Vß*.moi..i .
The Arpowhead Hot Springs,
Finest Mountain Hotel and Health Resort
in Southern California.
Two Thousand Feet Above the Sea.
A complete change of climate from that oi
l.os Angeles, free from Frost. Fog, Dust,
Mud. Malaria. Fleas and Mosquitoes.
Wonderful Hot Mineral Waters.
The Arrowhead Hotel and Hot Springs
have a rare combination of advantages as a
winter resort. In respect to location,
scenery and climate they are unsurpassed.
The mineral waters tire as good as any in
the world. The hotel accommodates 150
guests, and is first-class in every respect.
No pains are spared to make it home-like,
restful and attractive. For full particulars
and descriptive circulars, write to the man
WM. M. TISDALE,
San Bernardino County, Cal.
The above springs will be leased on most
favorable terms. Addrrss, for particulars, the
ARROWHEAD HOTEL CO., care K. F. Coulter,
Los Angeles, Cal. ja24 3m
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121 f U, I ro \ tgjrl
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For Awnings, Flags,
Truck, Hay and Wagon Covers,
A. W. SNA/AN FELDT,
Corner Second and San Pedro Sts.
o7b. fulxjer a. coT
(Successors to McLain it Lehman,)
Pioneer Truck & Trrnsfer Co.
No. H Market St . 1-os Auge *, Cal.
«aK-anrl Plant io iv. Ail . ids of Truck-
L . .... *rll ...
CAUTION price are xTampert on^tSe
bottom. If the dealer cannot supply you,
■end direct to factory, enclosing advertised
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE GENTLEMEN.
Fine Calf, Heavy Laced Grain and Creed
Bent in the world. Examine his
•5.00 GENUINE HAND-SEWED SHOE.
84.00 HANI)-SK\Vl:l> WKI.T SHOE.
83.50 POLICE A.\l> FARMERS' SHOE.
•2.80 EXTRA VALUE CALF SHOE.
§2.28 & 83 WOBKINOMEN'B SHOES,
•2.00 and 81.75 BOYS' SCHOOL SHOES.
All made in Congress, Button and Lace.
$3&52 SHOES ladii!s.
•1.75 SHOE FOR MISSES.
Beat Material. Beat Style. Best Flttinjr.
W. L. Douglas, Brockton, Mass. Sold fry
Boot # Shoe House,
Sole Agents for l.os Angeles.
fel-sfn 129 WEST FIRST ST.
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General Merchandise Warehouse.
ADVANCES MADE ON WOOL. a! 2«
Corner Seventh and Alameda.
Grain, Wool and General Merchandise
Storage, Commission and Insurance.
OPTICIANS AND JEWELERS.
THE LOS ANGELES OPTICAL INSTITUTE.
Scientific and Practical Optician. Strictly Re
209 N. MAIN STREET,
Opposite New 0. S. Hotel.
Testing of eyes FREE by the latest improved
methods. Physicians' prescriptions and mail
orders carefully tilled. Artificial eves inserted
without pain. lenses to order
on premise! a specialty. fl4 tf
1 Ela Hill Stock Farm
H. M. JOHNSTON'S STABLE,
! Corner Downey Avenue and Alta Street.
East l.os Angeles.
The following well-known horses will make
the season of 1890:
DASIIWOOD — By Legal Tender: dam by
LARGO —By A. W. Richmond; darn by
FOSTER—A grandson of The Moor: dam by
I IDLER—By a. W. Richmond; dam by Ben,
I Llpptncott, by Belmont.
PASTURE •S.OO PER MONTH.
StM~~ Al l. MARKS IT OWNER'S RIsK. -^fcj,
.IOSBDH KOMEk't), MANAGES,
Downey Avenue and Alta Street, a] l-Jni
I RON, STEZEZL.,
Horseshoes and Nails,
Blacksmith's Coal, Tools, Etc.
117 and 0 South Lot Angeles Street
; ! al tf
'I-lIE LO M.EI.ES EI.Ei'TRK' (OMPAXY,
1 loeatiev. of prineiiial place of business. City
of Los Angfles. County of l.os Angeles. State of
Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of
the directors held on the 15th day of April, a.
1 D. 1800, an assessment of fifty cents per share
! was levied upon the capital stock of the cor
poration, payable immediately to the Secretary,
I at the oflice of the corporation. Room 14, No.
I 218 North Main street, in the City of Los An
: geles, California. Any stock upon which this
s assessment shall remain unpaid on the 10th
! day of May, A. D. 1890, will be delinquent and
advertised for sale at public auction, md unless
,ayui •nt i- mane before, will lie sold on the 3d
day of .Inn. , \, D. 1880, to pay the delinquent
iissessm nt. iuitclli<-r with costs of adver'lUnhg
and expenses of sale.
W. X B LAC KM AN. secretary,
t 'li. :.\* No; th Main St.. l.os Aug-lvs, Ogt-.t: