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Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Rhodes, of Den
ver, arrived on the overland on Thurs
day, and will spend some time here.
The school children took advantage of
the kindness of the Colorado street-car
line yesterday, numbers of the young
people riding back and forth during the
Judge Enoch Knight, of Los Angeles,
was in town yesterday.
Colonel and Mrs. J. R. Bowler, who
)rmerly ran the Carlton and Painter
i-otels, were in town yesterday.
The performances of the Chimes of
Normandy, on January Ist and 2d, bid
fair to attract large audiences. The
singers have been carefully rehearsed by
Prof. Kyle, and brilliant performances
are looked for.
While the driver on the Alhambra
car was changing ends, yesterday after
•tioon, at the corner of Fair Oaks avenue
and Colorado street, his horses took
fright at the whitHetree catching on the
end of the car, and dashed down Fair
Oaks at a lively pace. The driver
Started after them down the grade
with the car minus the horses, but
when last seen had failed to catch them.
It is said that Dr. G. G. Green has se
lected Colonel J. R. Bowler, of the Ho
tel Laugham. San Francisco, as man
ager of the Webster, which will open
the first week in January.
The Pasadena natives of lowa will
give their annual picnic at Lincoln park
on January Ist. Last year their cele
bration was omitted, but a large turnout
is looked foi at the coming gathering.
Rev. E. L. Conger's family have gone
to Olive to spend some time. The doc
tor will join them on Monday for a
The regular meeting of the National
ist club wid be held this afternoon at
2:30, in the vestry of the Universalist
church. I>. W. Leavens will address the
meeting, after which there will be the
regular interchange of thought. All are
The remains of Mrs. Webster, wife of
of George Webster, who died in Salt
Lake City last Wednesday after a week's
illness, arrived here yesterday morning.
The funeral will take place today at
2 o'clock, from the First M. E. church.
Rev. Edward Thompson, state secre
tary of the Sabbath Union, will preach
in the First M. E. church this morning.
In the evening Rev. Thompson will oc
cupy the pulpit of Rev. I). 1). Hill.
Christmas services will be held in the
t Universalist church this morning. There
(fill be appropriate music, under the
direction of Prof. Kyle. The congrega
tion atid Sabbath school will unite in a
praise service in the evening, when ad
dresses will be delivered by the pastor
and Mr. isberg, of Melrose, Mass.
On January 10th there will be a race
between C. S. Martin's Post Boy and J.
?H. Outh wake's Fire Fly at the Gentle
man's driving park.
City council field its regular meeting
yesterday morning. The city attorney
and street superintendent were ordered
to investigate the closing of South Fair
Oaks avenue by Mr. Thompson. The
'ire and water committee reported that
forty-five electric lights had been lo
The Kerckhoff-Cuzner lumber com
pany's bid of $211 per thousand for lum
ber for the Lake-avenue bridge was ac
cepted. The city attorney was instructed
to reques* a donation of 10,000 eucalyptus
trees from the sate boaid of forestry.
At the Raymond last night the Pasa
dena Dramatic club gave their farce,
Turn Him Out.
On Friday night the german was
by danced about twenty-five couples, M r.
(C. A. Sehartf and Miss Wiede leading.
'SBhe patronesses were Mrs. Howard, Mrs.
iViede and Mrs. Culbreth.
THANKS FROM THE SISTERS.
The Generous Donations to the Or
The Sisters of Charity, corner of Macy
and Alameda streets, gratefully acknowl
edge the receipt of munificent donations
i-from kind friends of the orphans. They
.are as follows:
Mrs. Emeline Childs, the Christmas
rtree with a plentiful supply of beautiful
gifts to trim it; Mr. James C. Kays,
cash, $20; Vis. V. Ponet, ten turkeys
Hiid fruit . C. J. Shepherd, a big bag of
nuts; Mrs. Firman, six turkeys; Mr.
Higgins, one dozen chickens; Mr. J, C.
Hannon, Gabriel, a beef: Mrs. Fur
long, one-half dozen chickens and four
dozen eggs; Mrs. Long, one box of
mixed cakes; Mr. Marshall, San Ga
briel, two large cakes, one box lemons
and one box oranges ; Mr. MeGarry, two
'lams; Mr. Thomas Lane, four cakes;
Mrs. Moran, one keg wine; Mrs. Kerck
boff, one dozen jars preserves; Mr. Mor-
Ley, mixed nuts, dates and candy; Los
Angeles Cracker company, crackers and
cakes; Germain Fruit company, two
boxes apples, raisins, nuts and candy ;
Mr. New mark, one box raisins; Mrs.
Hancock, candy; Mrs. C. Fitzgerald,
candy ; Messrs. Scecchitano & Rose, one
box fruit, nuts, rigs and candy; Miss
Lucy MeDougall, candy.
A Few Brief Notes from the Old
Editors Hesa&d: Mr. E. Sommer, a
wealthy lumber dealer oi San Bernar
dino, was in town several days visiting
. his old time friend, H. C. Gade. He
expressed himself as astonished at our
beautiful orange groves, and said he
thought they would not grow so fai
iway from Riverside.
Charlie Miller has just eighty-eight
seedling orange trees on one acre, and
was offered $<>0l) for the crop , but as
they are not quite ripe he refused the
George Heim and Ferdinand Heim,
sons of Mike Heim of East St.. Louis,
were .here for a few days, the guests ol
William A. Witte.
William Carlyle and P. Reagan, the
chief engineers of the Puente oil wells,
report another llowing well.
Orange shipping has begun ; the Earl
Fruit company ship a few cars to Ari
Between Christmas and New Years,
ripe strawberries, ripe tomatoes, green
peas, etc., on the vegetable wagons—
now does that compare with the snow
storm in the middle states?
December 2(ith. AmaBEIM.
Chamber of Commerce.
Among the visitors to the chamber's
exhibit yesterday were Eugene J. Greg
ory, president oi the state board of trade,
of San Francisco, and Richard Gird, of
Chino. Both expressed their surprise
at the collections in the exhibit and
seemed pieased with the good work
Mr. Gregory wants Los Angeles to
■iiake a tine exhibit in the new quarters
at San Francisco. ,
The board of directors \of the ladies'
TTTE LOS AXnri vs nv.Ti VLT): SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 28, 1890
annex met yesterday to appoint a sec
retary ami book-keeper for the bureau
of information. The four applicants'
qualifications were considered equal.
Terms were taken as a basis, and Miss
Josephine Bootes being the most favor
able, she was duly elected, with the
understanding that her continuance in
office depends upon her capabilities for
McKinlay Bros., of Vernon, sent in a
ease of winter pearmain apples and spec
imens of oransie and lemons for the Chi
cago exhibit; J. G. Sherer, of Verdugo,
persimmons for same place.
The guarantee committee of the cit
rus fair begin work Monday.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
The New High School to Be Dedicated
The new high school building is to be
thrown open for public inspection on
Tuesday afternoon. This building is
one of the most costly of its kind on the
coast. In the evening of the same day
the building will be formally dedicated
under the auspices of the Los Angeles
High School Alumni society, for which
event 150 invitations have been issued.
Among the large number of invited
guests are Governor Waterman, Gov
ernor-elect Markham, Mayor Hazard,
and many other distinguished persons.
Those of the Alumni who have not yet
received their invitations, can do so by
calling upon Mr. Percy Schumacher, at
the Cerman-American bank, or upon
Mr. Herman Liehteiiberger, at 101 North
Main street. The dedicatory programme
will commence by an "overture by
Meine's orchestra at 8 o'clock p. m".
GUILTY AS CHARGED
Is the Verdict in the Clayton White
The third trial of the Clayton White
battery case wa3 resumed in the police
court before Judge Owens yesterday
morning, and was brought to a close at
12:15 o'clock, when the jury, which had
only been out twenty minutes, returned
into court with a verdict of guilty as
charged against the defendant. Wiiite
was ordered to appear for sentence at 10
o'clock Monday morning next.
The McKinlej'. Bill and the Bounty
Editors Herald : —Please let me know
the duty by the McKinley bill on a
pound of imported sugar. What is the
meaning of 2 cents bounty per pound of
sugar? " A Reader.
The McWnley bill removes all duty
from imported sugar. The bounty of L'
cents is to he paid lor all sugar grown in
the United Suites.
The Best In the World.
J. B. Lougliran, ex-mayor of North
Dcs Moines, and the Locust street man
ufacturer of steam engines and boilers,
said: "I had a severe attack of la grippe.
I used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,
and applied Chamberlain's Pain Balm
to my breast. These remedies were just
the thing in my case. My child had
croup some years ago, and we used
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy with per
fect success; since then we have never
been without these medicines in our
house. I had a cousin who w;»s a printer
and was employed >n this city, where
they were printing circulars for Cham
berlain. He had a deep-seated cold and
a terrible cough, and while setting up
the copy he made up his mind to buy a
bottle. It cured his cough, and that
was the first time I ever knew anything
of Chamberlain's remedies. I have been
strongly in their favor ever since. My
own experience and that of my family
convinces me that these remedies are
the best in the >vorld. That may be
strong language, but that is what I
For salebyC. F. Heinzeman,222North
Mail: street, Jno. A. Off, Fourth and
Spring, and all leading druggists.
Where Language Fails.
Language is hardly strong enough to
express my admiration of the merits of
Chamberlain' Cough Remedy. It is the
best remedy for croup and whooping
cough I have ever used. During the
past eighteen years I have tried nearly
all the prominent cough medicines on
the market, but say, and with pleasure
too, that Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
is the best of all. —Thomas Rhodes, Ba
Mr. Rhodes is a prominent attorney
Send a Christmas present to your eastern
friends of Pure California Wines. 11. J.
Woullacott, 124 and 120 N. Spring st., will de
liver two cases 24 bottles, to any part of the
United States for $9 00.
Wedding tolls at the Violet florist store, 230
South Spring street.
CHAS. F. HAINES,
Importers and Manufacturer!' Agent,
m i second st.. Los mm tel. m.
, ©wa -
TBACE MARK ■.... i:ti !.D
BALLOi'S Sua Clnp T-as!
BALLOI'S lf'Kfa Grad« foffeei!
BALLOL'S Sun htt Sffc!
BVLLOU'S Sun ltooris| hlrutil
BAIIOtTS Sun Bakin* Ponder!
GENUINE <\> ARABIAN' MOCHA AND
OLD GOVERNMENT JAVA COPFEKB,
GOODS SOLD TO THE TRADE ONLY.
Price lists furnished upon application by
mall or in person.
AH goods guaranteed absolutely pure and of
the finest quality.
All goods picked net weight i.2-l'Jtu<&fri lm
H OTE L_ FOR SALE.
Situated in a thriving city: doing the best
business of any hotel north of San Francisco
(excepl the Westc n>, contains 90 rooms oom
plctely furnished, part having been bulk only
four years ago: has stab c, outbuildings, etc.
liar iloing a good I u£iess. All furniture,
horses and 'bus, cows, We., include iln sale.
Lighted with mc ndescent lights
Average yearly receipts past three years over
Price, with about I., acres of ground, $.">•>,OOO;
half of that amount of land, $U3,ooi>.
Terms—slo,ooo to $20,000 ill cash: balHiice
on time. Hotel pays the dullest reason.
Apply to EDWARD K. ALSIP & CO..
12 2H i-lt Real Estate Agents, Sacramento.
Is a compound of pure herhs with
prunes, tigs and other fruits, forming a
pleasant laxative tonic.
Removes and cures Indigestion,
Habitual Constipation, Piles, Billious
ness and Headache, and purifies the :
blood. Is pleasant to take, and is the
best family remedy ever produced. ,
Sold in bottles, 50c and $1. For sale by i
all druggists. Take no substitute.
MANUFACTURED ONLY liv THE
CALIFORNIA FRUIT SYRUP CO..
San Francisco and Los Angeles, Cal, i
Sole Agents for Los Angeles,
F. W. BRATJN & CO.,
12 20 Bm Los Angeles.
Ll H. C. Wyatt, Manager.
Four Nights, and New Year's Matinee,
MONDAY .". .".DECEMBER 29
First appearance in this city of the dis
tinguished English Society Actress,
MISS ADELAIDE MOORE!
"THE ENGLISH ROSE,"
From the Globe Theater, London, accompanied
by the eminent actor,
MR. JO S E PII W H IRLOCKI
And a company of superior excellence,
Tut ' 3day j ROMEO AND JULIET i
W day e efenir!w Thurs "j A FATAL MARRIAGE
OuhMcatinee, New Year's Day,
THE LADY OF LYONS.
Box office open on and after Thursday morn
ing, December 25th. 12-U4
1 LMNOIS HALL,
X Broadway and SIXTH ST,
EST E R T A I N M E N T
THK ILLINOIS ASSOCIATION,
Tuesday Evening, December :iOlh.
An evening of Comic Opera, by the Sparkling
"LOVE AND LEATHER I"
"I! R i: A X I N G THE SP E I. L!"
Admission, 10c; reserved seats, 15c extra. j
| JAZARD'S PAVILION,
Fifth street, near Olivo.
OLYMPIAN RINK! :
A first class place Ol moral and popular amuse
ment, where good order and decorum are rig
idly enforced. Ladies are required to obtain an
approval card before skating.
Ten thousand feet, new maple floor; 1000
pair pin roller and ball bearing skates.
Change of programme nightly. Admission
free to the galleries. Seating, 25c. Special
department for new beginners
Complimentary skating, forenoon and after
noon, tendered to ladies and girls. A fancy
dress Skating Carnival takes place New Year's
Eve: elegant giftsawarded: exhibition of fancy
and fast skating. Lad lei admitted free to the
galleries: gents, 25c. Skating from 7:30 to
*1:30 p. jn.
J. L. W.ALTON, Manager.
-7; R A C E S !
CORONADO DRIVING PARK,
Dec. 35th, Mdth, 27th. Jan. Ist, M, 3rd.
3 AND 4- RACES EACH DAY.
See dailies December 2lird for full entry list.
/flip-Fare, $5.00 round trip, Santa Fc route,
beginning December 23rd. continuing on sale
to January 3rd, and good to return up to Jan
uary sth inclusive, 1891. Special rates at
Coronado Hotel. 12-23-llt
PALACE RESTAURANT AND SALOON,
Corner First and Spring Streets.
The Most Magnificent and Popular
Resort in the City.
CELEBRATED PHILHARMONIC SOLOISTS
Every Night from 8 to 12.
JOSEPH SCHURTZ. PROPRIETOR.
OECOND TERM OF
HENRY J. KRAMER'S
SCHOOL FOR DANCING!
Academy, 313 and S. Main st.
Class for beginners, Indies and gentlemen,
Monday aud Thursday evenings, from 8 to 10
p. in., commencing Monday, Dec. 29, 1890.
Class for advanced pupils, Tuesday evenings
only, from 8 to 10 p. m., commencing Tuesday
evening, Dec 30, 1890.
Class forludi's, misses and maste' s. Saturday
afternoons only, from 3.30 to 5:30 p. m.
Juvenile class. 1:30 to 3:30 p. ra.
Terms—One quarter, 20 lessons, $10; one-half
quarter, 10 lessons, $(>.
All the latest fashionable round and square
dances will be taught in the above classes.
Satisfactory references requin d from all ap-
Dlieants. Send for circular. Oflice hoars, 3to
sp. m. Hall to rent.
12-7-lm HENRY J. KRAMER, Instructor.
FROM NEW YORK CITY,
For the Holidays, complete stock of the
BTEINWAY PI ANO S !
UPRIGHTS AND ORANDS.
: GABLER AND PEASE PIANOS
G- S. MARYGOI.D'S
Broadway Music Stork
221 South Broadway, Potomac Block.
12-1 I lm
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
No. 6 Bertha (a 5-holc) Ran'e $ 9.00
No. 7 Bertha (a 5-holo Range 10.00
No. 8 Bertha (a 5-ho)e) Range 13.00
I am overstocked with Gasoline Stoves and am
selling them at
$4 Less Than Eastern Prices.
EVERY STOVE GUARANTEEDI
A fine line of Dry Air Refrigeratorsat very low
prices. A full line of Medallion Ranges.
Stoves sold on the installment plau at,
F. E. BROWNE'S
ml2-tf 136 S. Main St, opp. Mott Market
NEW LOS ANGELES THEATER
h. C wyatt, Itaaaoer,
F01 " MONDAY, DEC. 29
First appearance in this city of the Distinguished English Society Ao tress,
Accompanied by the 168 "
Eminenl Ut ° r ' RoDlffl 1,11(1 * t!
MR. JOSH I'll \ „ Wednesday and
WIIKELOCK /I \ Filial Mariw!
j And a company oi New Wb D »>'
| superior excellence. ' [jf*/ TllC Lad)' Of Lj'OHS!
"THE ENGLISH ROSE,"
—5: FR O M THE GLOBE: THEATER, LONDON.•;-
POPULAR PBICES-fI.OO. 75c, 50c, 25c. Seats now on sale at Box
Office from 10 a. m. to 9 p. in.
CALIFORNIA DIME WSKE-THE ATER!
North Main, Near First Street.
A Family Resort—Strictly Moral and Refined !
Grand New Year Bill ! A Happy New Year to All !
week commencing Saturday, December 27.
NYD I A !
Musee Features. Theater
NYn He^ed^arVel Jee " Townsend'. runny \
THE KGVPTIAN «>»X. ' M .IT. wanlrode... v..
Mysterious unci '"""^T^'s?-'
- lhP foll °wing
the fW- inamwtKjm dale evans.
PHANTOM WORLD. : j\\ J Ic/Uli v 7 Shakespearian Header.
All il'tll l'rov>>: i!:_' . / .1- '| , . pl /, j"'. " "■'
. .i-''V-V*-v v - 3'• .AVV s'fir Ssfc Talented Soubrette.
A PA MS,
n.e fhil.l.vn-- .1.-liti-E. ;VS-"Y /' ;', 1 ' flpittii Expert Trick and Fancy
PUNCH AN 0 JUDY |_^' / \ .* ' ' MtOY HSTITS
Brinj,' the Little Ones. '■'^j^^'''' 'i \j ' ' ROBERT X PRICE.
Th 6 Three-Headed. Marvel.
•MP** Doors open from 1 to 10. Performances hourly. Admission, 10 cents. Reserved
seats. IP cent, extra. 12 >2H A t
DIVANS, SECRETARIES, COUCHES. MUSIC STANDS, SOFAS. CABINETS, LOUNGES,
SCREENS, PORTIKRS, EASELS, RUGS, PEDESTALS.
REED AND RATTAN GOODS.
Your Attention and Inspection Is Solicited to the most complete line of
\ FURNITURE, CARPETINGS & DRAPERY GOODS
ON THE COAST..
LOS ANGELES FURNITURE CO.,
85j_andM15j?Jfajn St.. Opposite Raker Block.
Yon buy roses? We have them to -w- "W" will ney * r regret a visit to the
II 1 sult ttll tastes, in variety, size, aud | 1 Raveniwood Nursericson Pasadena m f
II | price. Four inches to eight feet | | avenue, midway between Los An-1 *
I J | h 'gh. »nd from $1.00 per dozen | I geles and Pasadena. P. O. address, I fc
II B up. Tens of thousands of other | IC. O. Packard, Garvanza, Cul. Al l I
A*/ plants that will please "ays something interesting u<\^f
THE: RAYMOND, EAST PASADENA,
Anione. the Orange Groves of tho beautiful San Gabriel Valley, Eight Miles from LJI Angeles,
IS NONA/ OPEN under the management of Mr. 0. 11. Merrill (of the Crawford House, White Mountains,
N. U.), who lias been the manager of The Raymond for the past four seasons A great many improvements have been made, and
the hotel is now complete in every way. l'he excellent railro id facilities between Los Angeles aud The Raymond bring The
Raymond within easy reach, so that persons doing business in Los Angeles can readily reside in the hotel, the livery is fully
equipped This is a good startin<-poiut for a drive through the Ban Gabriel valley, in which are situated the Sail Gabriel
Mission ehurcn. Rose's and Shorb's wineries, Lucity Baldwin's elegant groui.da and stock farm, the Sierra Madre Villa, and
many other places of interest. Special entertainments for the Holidays
Full particulars regarding terms of bjard, etc., can be obtained of C. H. Merrill, Manager, East Pasadena, Cal. 12-17-lm
Justice Meat Market.
Grand Opposition Fight
For the Benefit of the
PEOPLE OF LOS ANGELES
The proprietor of this market has
come to the conclusion to sell his meats
cheaper than any murket in this city.
He has nothing else but inspected
meats, stamped by the inspector, so he
can he relied on as having pure and
healthy meats. The finest, meats of all
varieties can be seen at my place.
Special prime cuts for the holidays.
Call and inspect my goods and team
the prices, as follows:
Sirloin stents 11c n pound
Porterhouse stents 13c "
Bound stents He "
Ribsteaks 8c "
Roast Beef 8c to 10c !'
Boiled beef 4c to tic "
Corned Beef tic "
Leg of Mutton De "
Mutton Chops Oc "
Mutton Stew , r >c "
Lamb Chops 10c "
Veal Cutlets 12,' 3 c "
Roast Veal luc "
Roast Pork 10c "
Pork chop 10c "
salt Pork, SuparCured loc "
He sure and get your healthy and
cheap meats at the
JUSTICE MEAT MARKET,
Los Angeles and First Sts.
FELIX LEVY, Proprietor.
Telephone 702. 12-13-lm
SALE OF DELINQUENT STOCK.
Southern California BIBS Qrsvel Minirc Com
pany's office, No. I2K South Spring street, Los
NOTICE— THERE IS DELINQUENT UPON
the following described stock on account
, of assessment No. 2, levied on the 22d day of
| October, lr»90, the several amounts let opposite
j the names of the respective shareholders, as
I I ' AMES - Certificate. Shares l . Amount.
j Z.W.Faunce 10 300 $ (!0 00
! " " 17 200 4 0 00
1 Geo. 11. Little 75 500 100 00
I W. T. Hustln 7(i 000 180 00
j And in accordance with law, and an order of
the Board of Directors, made on the 22d
day of October, 1890, so many sha'cs
of eacli parcel of such stoet 'as may
he necessary will be sold at the othce of
the company, No. 120 South Spring street, Los
I Angeles, California, on the 15th dsy of Decem
ber, 1800, ut 10 o'clock a m. of such day, to
i pay delinquent assessments thereon, together
i with OOStS Of advertising ant expenses of sale.
GAY W. Itßow N. Secretary.
1 Office, 120 South Spring street, Los Angeles,
POST PON EM EVP OF .SA I.E.
I Al a meeting of the Idrectors of the Southern
! California Blue Gravel MininaCompany. held
; at the office of the Secretary, 121! South "sprint;
street, Los Angeles, Cal., December if., 1890.
the sale of the delinquent stock on account of
assessment No. 2 of 20 cents per share, was
postponed until December 22d, lsdo, at 9
j o'clock a.m. to take place at the office of the
j secretary. OAY W. BROWN, Secretary,
j Office, 126 South Spring street, Los Angeles,
POSTPONEMENT OF SALE.
At a tn.l ,ig of the Directors of the Southern
California Blue Gravel Mining company, held
lat the office of the Becretary 126 South Spring
street. Ixji Angeles, Cal., December 22d, 1890,
the sale oi the delinquent sto kon account of
assessment No. 2 of 20 cents per share, was
postpone.l until December 29, I*9o, at 9
o'clock a m.., to take place at the office of the
Secretary CAY W. BROWN, Secretary
\ Office, 126 South spring Btrett, Los Angeles,
[ OaL_ 12-23 td
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING.
rpilE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING OF
A the stockholders of the Redondo Beach
Company will be held at the company's offices
at Redondo Beach, Los Angeles county, Cali
fornia, on Tuesday, the Sixth day of January.
1 891. at the hour of 10 a. m., for the purpose of
electing a Board of Directors for the ensuing
year, and for the transaction of such other
busin ss as may be legally brought before such
meeting. s. p SEES, Secretary.
Redondo Beach, Dec. 22. 1890. 12 23-lit
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING.
T'HB REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING OP
the stockholders oi the Redondo Railway
I Company will be held at the company's offices
at Redondo Beach, Los Angeles c uiity. Call
i fornla, on Monday, the Twelfth (12th) day of
' January, 1891, at the hour of 10 o'clock, a. m.,
j for the purpose of electing a Board of Directors
for the ensuing year, and for the transaction of
i such other business as may tie legally brought
before such meeting. S. p. REKS, Secretary,
j Redondo Beach, Dec. 22, 1890. 12-23-I4t
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING.
HTHK REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING OF
X. the stockholders of the Redondo Hotel
Company wi 1 be held at the company's offices
at Redondo Beach, Los Angeles county, Cali
fornia, on Monday, the Twelfth (12th) day of
January, 1891, at the hour of lo o'clock, a. m ,
for the purpose of electing a Boaid of Directors
for the ensuing year, mid for the transaction of
such other business as may lie legally brought
before such meeting. S. P. REES, Secretary.
Redondo Beach, Dec. 22, ) 890. 12-23-14t
PIONEER TRUCK CO.,
(Successors to McLain A Lehman,)
PKOPKIEToaS OF THE
Pioneer Truck & Transfer Co.
Piano and Safe Moving a Specialty.
Telephone 137 3 Market St. Los Angeles* Cal