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prepared to hold large real estate sales in any
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RAKE'S SPANISH, TEXAS AND CHIc"kEX
tamales can be obtained at Second and
Spring, Second and Main, First and Spring umt
Tpmple and Spring streets. Try them and be
convinced that they have no equals. Only the
Tery best of meats used: made with the greatest
of care and cleanliness. The public are cor
dially Invited to inspect the manufacture of
them at 114 West Seventh street. 2-2 Bra
F, BI.OPER, HOUSE~MbVER, OFFICE
• 112 Center place. 1-15 tf
UNTER'S TEXAS TAMALES CAN BE OB
talned at the following places: Spring and
Second, First and Spring, Junction Temple and
Spring, front of Germania sal,ion, Main street.
Our sign indicates our address, 618 Bellevuo
avenue. Don't be imposed upon by imitators.
Buy the genuine article at the above locations.
We are the originators of the genuine Texas
tamales iv Los Angeles. 12-14 tim
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partment, 131 to 135 West First street, tele
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ment, 207 West Second street, telephone -10,
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% N'ITTINOER'S BUREAU, established ISSO.
Office, 31i)U South Spring street; residence,
451 South Hope slreet, corner Fifth, Los Ati
geles, Cal. Telephoi.e 113. 8-lt. li
>V evenings. Address V. P. BROWN, P. O.
Box 867, city. 2-24 7t
AN AMERICAN, A SITUA
tion ln a private family as stableman ami
gardener. Reicrcnces given. Address J. W,
jT., Santa Monica, Cal. 2-22 3t
VITANTED—ALL- KINDS'OF FAMLLY SEW"-
TT ing to do, at room 13, No. 412 S. Hope
atreet l-io tf
W" ANTED—TO BUY 10 OR 20 ACRES BE
VY tween Adams and Washington streets
and Western and Vermont avenues, West Los
Angeles; must be cheap. Address BUYER,
©ox 10S, Los Angeles general delivery. 2-22 7t
HAVE A CUSTOMER T6&
It an alfalfa ranch, south of city. What
"nave you? 118 North Spring. 2-19 tf
TXT ANTED—A nol'SE AND LOT: MUST BE
tt a bargain; price not to exceed fH2OOO.
'Also a residence and lot for about $-1500. 1
Itiave the cash for both; slate full particulars.
Address L. K. GREENE, 1)48 Georgia Bell st.
WANTED—MISCKL t, AISEOUS.
tt an excellent loan ou Second street prop
Wanted—A buyer for a lot close to the corner
»f Second and Olive, a tine lot; at $95 a foot a
Srew days only.
ft 1 O'Vl ONLY ! AND EASY TERMS—O-ROOM
fJPII/./U house and corner lot, close in.
4 rooms, same place, $4,50.
6-room hard-finished house, windmill, tank,
4 lots, 20 fruit trees, bearing, shrubs and gum
*rees. Only $2000, part cash and time; 2
blocks from electric cars.
Also have somo Spring street property at a
bargain. GILBERT A GILBERT,
2-22 3t Room 9, 138' j S. Spring st.
*VV :AN ' rEl> - rio Y °U WANT A LIFE-SIZE
TT portrait free? Bring me a club of four anil
I will do you one free in oil, crayon, pastel or
India ink. J.G.CLARK, residence and studio
corner Brooklyn avenue and Bridge street,
Hoyle Heights. 2-19-tf
TXT ANTED—A GOOD DAIRY ROUTE IN THIS
V> city. Apply to NORTON A KENNEDY,
209 South Broadway. 2-12 tf
entirely new, single or en suite, bath rooms
fonnected; suitable for housekeeping. 116 E.
lm St., New Wilson block. 12-23 tl
T OST—A PAIR OF GOLD SPECTACLES, IN
.JLi a black leather case, somewhere between
Pico and Fourth streets, with "Borsch, Opti
cian, Chicago," stamped on. Suitable reward
Will be paid finder on return of property to Dr.
). E. COWLES, corner of Pico and Hope streets,
crty. 2-23 11
t BJtISJWJBSS CHANOXJ-L
TV^A^LT^Tj"—~TO - '~BUY AN~~ APIARY IN
TT healthful climate; must be a bargain.
Addresß H„ Herald ofiii c. 2-18-end 3t
GEORGE H. REACH, M. I)., OFFICE AND
residence, 131 North Spring street. Office
hours, 8 to 12, 1t05,0t0 8 p. m. Telephone
MRS. DR. WELLS —OFFICES IN HER BRICK
block, 127 East Third street, between Main
and Los Angeles; diseases of women, nervous,
rectal, sterility and genito-urinary diseases;
also electro therapeutics. Hours, 10 to 4, 7to
8- m2B tf
. Chronic diseases medical and surgical.
Office and residence, 349 North Slchel struct,
East Los Angeles. 2-9 lttf
H. BOYNTON, M. D., DISEASES oj
. children. Offlce and residence, 835 1
Olive st. Office hours, 10 to 12 a. m., 2t04 p.
m. Telephone 87. 10-1) tf
orange and lemon buds by C. Q. RK'IITER,
Azusa, Cal. 2-24 lm
FOR SAM-CITY PROPIRTT.
tate and Trust Co., 229 W. Second st.
From 60 to 140 feet fine business frontage on
Broadway, well located and rapidly increasing
$1100—House with lot 50x150 on Washing
ton street. Nothing so cheap in thiß locality.
$1500—5-room bard-finished house, Hawkins
street. East Los Angeles. Very cheap.
$2150 —Just completed, fine new house of 6
rooms, southwest; everything complete and
first-class; one-third cash, balance easy pay
$5000—Fine house of 9 rooms on Twenty
fourth street; everything complete.
$7500—12-room residence between Four
teenth and Fifteenth streets, on Hope; large
lot. Half cash.
$175 per acre—Fine fruit land 8 miles from
$00 per acre—2Ho acres walnut land. This is
a rare bargain—cannot be equaled. Investi
$5000—10 acres 2 miles south of city limits;
house of 0 rooms, barn, windmill and large
tank: 2 acres in strawberries, 2 acres Harriett
pears, several orange, lemon and fig trees.
This is a nice place.
Inquire at our offlco for anything not in
THE PIRTLE REAL ESTATE & TRUST CO.,
229 West Second Street.
FOR SALE-S2ISO—SIX-ROOM COTTAGE ON
Burlington avenue; bath, marble-top wash
stands, fireplaces, mantels, etc.; $000 cash, bal
ance to suit purchaser.
$1800—Five-room cottage on Vermont ave
nue; cement walks, fruit trees and fino lawn;
just what you want.
$1500—Three cottages on Alpine street, or
will exchange for lots between Tenth and
Cap give you big bargains in lots on Six
teenth, Seventeenth and Eighteenth streets one
block west of Figueroa.
$10,0O0—Ranch of 127 acres; artesian water;
9-room house, barn and outhouses.
$2100—Cottage on electric car line; bath,
fireplace, etc.; $600 cash, balance in 1,2 and
$10,000—Sixty-two acres; 25 planted with
berries; house, barn, artesian water.
$10,000— Elegant residence on west side of
Grand avenue, between Pico and Washington
streets; new house, with latest Improvements;
2-19 lm E. M. GUTHRIE, Abstract bld'g.
i</*-A-HOUSE OF 8 ROOMS, HARD-FIN-
JirlOOv finished; large lot, atreet sewered
and graded; only 5 minutes walk from the
Sit * "AA—HOUSE OF 7 ROOMS, BATH, ETC..
<TTf r\j\r large lot, on West Eighteenth street,
Sfe»)f MIA— HOUSE OF 6 ROOMS, ETC., AND
3r*»UV/U good outbuildings, lawn and flow
ers; lot 50x100; near the electric car line.
CUDDY & STOUGHTON, 206 N. Spring st.
FOR SALE—#2OOO—TWO LOTS, 110X139
feet, northeast corner Thirty-second and
Key West street; Thirty-second street graded;
surrounded by trees; one short block from Uni
versity electric line. D. NEUHART, 151 South
_>V_¥l — ONE ACRE ON TnTRTY-SECOND
flNfcW."' Btreet, corner; one short block from
University electric line; one-half block from
Main Street and Agricultural Park street car
line; covered with bearing fruit trees; streets
graded; fine neighborhood. Both of above
properties in line of improvement, and both
very cheap. D. NEUHART, 151 South Broad
way. 2-24 3t
ITiOR SALE—$225O—l HAVE A HOUSE AND
lot (cottage) at the University which I de-
Bire to sell. The lot is 50x180 feet; has a house
of 8 rooms, bath, 5 closets, hot water In kitchen
and bath; good water from well and tank; the
yard is nicely laid out -shade trees, fig trees,
hedge, palms, two orange trees and flowers.
This is an ideal home ln the best location in
Los Angeles. Obliged to sell. Party owning
same has to leave to locate east. It is now
rented. Will sell, if taken at once, for $2250.
This is the greatest bargain ever offered. In
quire about the location and the value of
property In that neighborhood, aud you will
snap at this, for it is dirt cheap. Address
UNIVERSITY, P. O. Box 565, city. 2-18 tf
&IAAA—FOR SALE—A SNAP BARGAIN—
qrIUIFU Cheapest little home in the city;
neat cottage; large lot, 52x125; hedge, shade
trees; one block from car line, and 8 minutes'
walk from the center; $136 cash, balance $13
per month at 6 per cent interest. J. C. OLI
VER & CO., 23? West First street. 2-24 lt
_O(\A—IATTS SOUTHWEST NEAR ADAMS
street, on 80 foot street; 50x148 each
tt> 14-foot alley; call and see them ; $10 cash
and $10 per month. CHAS. VICTOR HALL.
223 West First street. Call between 9 a.m. and
8 p.m. 2-24 tf
J"~*OR SALE —$1400 — 5-ROOM HARD-FIX
-1 lßhed house, being built on Victoria street,
near Central uveuue and Twelfth street:
monthly payments. ALLISON BARLOW, 227
West Second street. 1-12 tf
ARTIES HAVING CITY PROPERTY FOR
sale will find lt to their advantage If they
send me the particulars of what they have. I
hare buyers for bargains in real estate. Let me
know what you have, full details, and you hear
from me. CHARLES GROSSMANN. room 18,
Wilson block. 2-9 tf
OR SALE—B-ROOM HOUSE. PARTLY' FUR
nished, on Twenty-eighth street, very
cheap; only $800 Mln down required. In
quire at 221 N, LOS ANGELES ST. 2-23 2t
OR SALE—SIXTEEN AND ONE-HALF
well-located lots In Fresno for sale or ex
change for acre property, or Angeles city
lots. Five acres for sale at Inglewood. L. J,
PERRY, Redondo Beach. 2-19 7t
I "Tor SALE—at a bargain—a GOOD RESl
dence in a very desirable part of the city;
this is a rare chance; must be sold; extra in
ducements. Address R, Box7o, this office.l-14tf
ISS S>. LE—$4OOO—AN ELEGANT HOUSE
Icf 10 rooms. No. 124 West Twentv-nfth
street. OWNER, 2803 South Main. 1-17 tt
BA£E—SI6OO—NEW 6-ROOM COTTAGE
X 1 Michigan avenue, between Mott and Ficket
streets; monthly pnvments. ALLISON BAR
LOW, 227 West Second street. 1-29 tf
ITOR EXCH A NGE—TWO MORTGAGES, ONE
' of $2000 nnd one of $1500; will exchange
for improved city property or improved acre
property near the city; will pay some cash dif
ference. A. J. MEAD*, 238 W. First st. 2-23 2t
T~~ O EXCHANGE-EASTERN PROPERTY FOR
any good property in Southern California.;
also acreage in Pleasant and Jacinto irrigation
district. OWNER, room 18, Wilson block.
EXCHANGE—ONE ACRE JUST OUT
side oi mile circle; streets graded and sew
ered, to exchange for acreage. What have you?
Two residence's, value $7500 will exchange for
nice little foothill ranch, improved. No. 118
North Spring. 2-19 tf
DR. L. W. WELLS, COR. OF SPRING AND
First strrets, Wilson block; take elevator.
Gold crown and bridge work a specialty; teeth
extracted without puin. Room L . m 4 tf
UR. DIFFENBACHER, 110l£ S.
.■.•itenm Spring street, rooms 4 and 5.
Teetn extracted and filled with
out pain. 7-21 ly
A DAMS BROS., DENTISTS, 2301$ S. SPRING"
±\. bet. Second and Third. Painless filling and
extracting, 40c and $1; crowns, $5; set teeth,
$6 to $10; established in L. A.City 13 yrs. 12-8
ITMtANK STEVENS, S. SPRING" ST.
; Open Sunday and evening by electric light.
R. TOLHURST, DENTIST, N. SPRING
st., rooms 2, 3 and 7. Rainless extraction.
room 3, Allen block, corner Temple and
Spring sts. 2-21-tf
pEO. HAYFORD, ATTORNEY AND COUN
\ I EM I lor at law, rooms 12 and 13 Lanfranco
building, 218 North Main street, Los Angeles.
Telephone 1167. Practices in all state and
United States courts. 2-19-lm
A. W. HITTON. OLTN WELL HORN.
\ITKLLBORX & HUTTON, ATTORNEYS AT
Yt law. Rooms 88, and 89 Temple
block, Los Angeles, Cal. l-4-3ra
TAY E. HUNTER, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
f } Bryson-Bonebrake block. Telephone 528.
Practices in all the courts, state ana federal.
EN GO6RICH, LAWYER, NO. 2 LAW
building, 125 Temple street, near court
house. Telephone 108. 7-6-tf
K. TRASK, ATTORNEY AT LAW, FUL
• ton block, 207 New iiigh street, Los An
j and art; open all the year. MRS. EMILY
J. VALLENTINE, president, corner Broadway
and Fifth street. 6-14 ly
BANJoTbY MISS M. E. AST BURY; 5 AND 6
stringed taught. Studio 51; take elevator
by People's store, Phillips block. 11-12 ly
THE "KAM ME It ME YER ORCHESTRA —
First-class music furnished for balls, par
ties, eoneerls, receptions and picnics. Violin,
mandolin, etc., taught. Room 21, New Willard
block, 328U South Spring Btreet, Los Angeles,
Cal. 10-14 lv
LOS ANGELES HERALD; FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 24,
SAN UABRIELORANGE LAND, DIRECTLY
south of ths Raymond Hotel. We are offer
ing a limited amount of this choice orange
and lemon land, with deeded water under
pressure, at the nominal price of $200 pet
acre, on liberal tevma. There is nothing finer
In thia county; will set the land 1n 10-acre
tract* to choice stock, and care for the same if
dexlred. Contemplating purchasers should see
this laud at once, or you lose a golden oppor
tunity. Prices will V>o advanced an soon as
300 acres are sold. Fine orango groves close
to it are held at $1500 per acre. Get in on the
ground floor and become independent. Car
riages from our oflice. NORTON A KENNEDY,
208 South Broadway. Telephone 338.
BUYS A 10-ACRE FOOTHILL
ranch; 2 acres in 6-year-old navel
oranges; 5 acres in 0-year-old prunes nnd apri
cots; 1 acre assorted fruits and berries; good
2-story hard finished house; fine barn; water
deeded; improvement* cost $3500. Don't miss
&14t AAA—-160 ACRES CHOICE DAMP
$IQ«yUy land south of city; 120 acres solid
to alfalfa, balance in grain; fair buildings;
only $100 per acre. The best buy in California.
A AHA BUYS ia H ACRES SOLID TO
9Xv*yUy full-bearing English walnuts; no
finer grove in the state; pays 15 per cent year
ly. Better and safer titan bank stocks.
(t KK(\(\ BUYS 10 ACRES SOLID TO NAVEL
qpiVWU oranges, 2 years old, at Highlands;,,
nothing finer at any price; house, barn and 1
deeded water. To see is to buy I
4a f >KAA FOR A FIXE «*-ACRE IMPROVED
3rZOUU ranch in Eagleßock; all out to bear
ing fruit; 5-room hard-finished house; good
windmill and tank; 3 miles from city limits.
Let us show you this.
4tt(\ AAA—2O ACRES SOLID TO CHOICE
wXUeVtAI navel oranges, H years old and in
fine condition; plenty deeded water; in the
famous Baldwin ranch.
XAA FOR 150-ACRE CHOICE FRUIT
3P*M ••JUv ranch; 100 acres in navel oranges
and walnuts; one of the finest young orchards
in the state. Thiß place will compare favor
ably with proves at double the price, and will
soon pay $12,000 to 915,000 per year. Remem
ber tlie price is only $250 per acre.
41.1 AAA BUYS 2 4-ROOM COTTAGES; IN
qpIOUU good repair; 5-minutes' walk from
corner Second and Spring sts.; with 4 lots;
half block eloctrio c&ra; strcot graded and sew
NORTON & KENNEDY, 209 S. Broadway.
TjlOU SALE—HERE IS A CHANCE FOR CAP-
J; ital—Nearly 149 acres of the finest land, all
laid out in lots, adjoining the famous Hotel
Del Monte at Monterey; maps, circulars and
everything complete for selling; price, $70,000;
will sell as a whole on easy terms; the new
road, the Fresno and Monterey, passes this
land; this property, if sold in lots for $100 and
$125 will realize $170,000; I consider this a
splendid investment, and anyone who investi
gates will buy. Address L. F. GILMOHE, 220
Ellis Btreet, San Francisco. 2-24 7t
OR SALE—S ACRES HALF MILE~W EST
of race track; fine soil (sandy loam); water
to irrigate; 200 bearing fruit trees; well, wind
mill and tank; 150 gum trees, sufficient for
for wood family; house of 3 rooms, stable,
chicken corral; half mile from University elec
tric car line. A snap bargain. Call at once on
D. NEUHART 151 P. Broadway. 2-22M?od-lm
& 1 TiAA—lO ACRES OF BEAUTIFUL
»T IO.VUV foothill land on the line of rail
road near thecity, 11 acres in bearing navels,
the balance in assorted fruits; large house
with all modern conveniences; perfect water
right. Price, $lt>,oOO.
AAA -I ** acres of choice land
near the foot of Mount Wilson,
all ih bearing navel oranges; 10-room houso
with all conveniences; large stable and other
buildings: nice lawn with ornamental shrub
bery, costing over $2000; water piped ail over
the land, 40 hydrants; near the depot. This is
a perfect home. Price, $25,000.
CUDDY i STOUGHTON, 200 N. Spring st.
OR SALE—IB ACRES OF BBAtJTIPUX
foothill land, Cahuenga valley; no fug or
frost; plenty of water; at a very low price.
87 acres 01 very choice fruit land, near tho
Glendale railroad, with abundance of water;
only $140 per acre.
205 acres of alfalfa land near the city, on
Washington street; only $125 per acre, lor a 1
few days only.
CUDDY At' STOUGHTON, 200 N. Spring st.
&JOS;-40 ACRES OF LEVEL LAND AT
Azusa; 10 acres In betiring navels, 5
acres in young trees, 2 acres bearing assorted
fruits; good iiouso of 5 rooms, large stable,
perfect water right. Price, $425 per acre.
CUDDY & STOUGHTON, 200 IS. .Spring st.
FOR SALE* — A NICELY IMPROVED 10
acres and a well established business In a ■
first-class community; price of 10acres,$3250;
price of goods about $3500, according to in
voice: will sell either one or both. A. J.
MEAD, 238 W. First street. 2-23 4t 1
OR SALE—93BOO WILL BUY A NICELY
improved 4 acres of land southwest of city;
ti-room house, windmill, tank, etc. Also, nice
cottages ranging in price from $000 to $4000.
THOMAS LLOYD, northwest corner of Thirty- |
seventh street and Wesley avenue. Address
University postoffice. 2-18 7t
OR BALK—A SNAP IN VBENON PROF
erty, if taken at onoo—2o acres, highly im
proved with bearing oranges and English wal
nuts; house, barn, etc.; worth $20,000. Can
be bought dirt cheap, as a mortgage is hang
ing over it. Don't lose any time, il you want
to get the best bargain ever presented to the
public. This is business. Answer immediately.
BARGAIN, Box 20, Herald office. 2-18 tf
F" OR~SALK'-300.000 ACREH Ol" CHOICE
land in the great raisin belt of Kern coun
ty ; the safest investment in California. Ad
dress BORAX, box 70, this office. l-14tf
I?C>R ACRES WITH HARD*
_T finished houso of four rooms and kitchen;
windmill and tank-house; barn for live horses;
all fenced; plenty of water; situated near city
limits. Apply to 110 East First btreet, up
t_QA PER ACRE-SNAP-CHOICE LAND A3
qPi/U any in California; 115 acres adjoining
town of Gardena; water in 15 feet; will sell
whole or in 10 acre lots; commence selling
Monday, February 0; if you intend to buy land
for a home or speculation examine this prop
erty at once and get your choice ; must be sold
to close up an estate. Further particulars apply
JOHN L. PAVKOVKH. 208 West First st.
I7OR SALE—SSOOO BUYS A BRICK BLOCK
1 on Second st.; 2 stores Qhd 13 rooms; easy
terms. See OWNER, room 78, Temple block.
MME. AIMEE GIVES MASSAGE TREATMENT
to first-class customers only. 323 S. B'dw'y.
PERSONAL— STAR GROCERY, 247 SOUTH
Spring street. Queen of the Pantry, best
northern flour, $1.20 for a 50-pound sack,
every sack warranted; fish of all kinds for
Lent; seethe articles we give you with every
pound of sun-dried tea. We arc the only house
in the city that retails groceries at wholesale
prices. Call and see us. MOKIARTY BROS.
our Giant coffee roaster; Java and Mocha,
35elb; Mountain coffee, 25c; gran, sugar, 18
lbs $1; brown sugar, 21 lbs $1; (i lbs rolled oats
or wheat, 25c; 4 lbs rice, 25c; germea, 20c ; 3
pts starch, 25c; 5 lbs good tea, $1; inlnce meat,
5c lb; currant jelly, 10c lb; 5 lbs raisins, 25c;
3 lbs apricots, 25c; pork* 15c: coal oil, 80c;
brooms, 20e. "ECONOMIC" STORES, 305 South
PERSONAL— PROF. STEARNS ASTROLOGER
and clairvoyant medium, 127 South Broad
way, between First and Second sts. 2.13 lm
"PERSONAL -W. W. TAYLOR, LAWYER
X 121}.^South Broadway, room 5. Probateand
insolvency lawaspecialty. Advice free. 7-23 ly
NCLE SAM WINE CELLARS. E.*~FLEUR.
Wholesale and retail. Sonoma and Napa
dry and sweet wines. Brandies, whiskies. l-ti
ERSONAL—RALPH BROS. — GOLD~BA R
flour, $1.15; city flour, 85c; brown sugar,
20 lbs $1; granulated sugar, 8 lbs $1; white
sugar, 18 lbss; 5 boxes sardines, 25c; 3 cans
fruit, 50c ; 50 bars soap, $1; eastern gasoline,
80c, and coal oil, 80c; 2 lbs corned beef, 15c;
lsrd, 10 lbs, $1.30; 5 lbs, 05c; 001 South Spring
Bt., corner Sixth. 12-2 tf
GOODRICH, LAWYER, 124 DE ARBOR N
* street, Chicago, 111.; 28 years'experience;
secrecy; special facilities in several states;
Goodrich on divorce, with laws of all states. In
press. li-lu' ly
make yourselves beautiful you can do so at
a very small expense. It is a preparation that
is harmless. Best of recommendations from
all parts of the country. I will be in Los An
geles only a short time. Will call and see you.
Address MME. A. A. LORRAINE, postoffice' box
sbs, city. 1-7-tf
W. First st., opposite. Nadeau hotel. 12-24 tf
CONTRACTORS AND BttlLDfCttS.
CONRAD SCHERER, GRANITE, BITUMIN
OUS and asphalt paving. 227 W. First st.R
PACIFIC LOAN COMPANY—LOANS MONEY
in any amounts on all kinds of personal
property and collateral security, on pianos
without removal, diamonds, jewelry, sealskins,
bicycles, carriages, libraries or any property Of
value; also on furniture, merchandise, etc., In
warehouses; partial payments received; money
without delay; private offices for consultation";
will call if desired. W. E, PeGROOT. Manager,
rooms 2, 8 and 4, No. 114 S. Spring St., opposite
Nadeau hotel. 7-20 tf
— j MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY On Good Lecurity, in Large or
— Commercial paper and good
City, county and school war
— rants" and orders bought.
Mortgage loans on city or
TO country real estate at lowest
rates of interest.
— Money always ready. No de
— Personal and prompt atten
tion given to all business sent
JOHNSON ft KEENEY CO.,
2-18-lm 211 W. First St.
MONEY 10 LOAN.
Agent for the
GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN
SOCIETY OF 8. F.
Building loans n specialty.
Real estate sold.
Agent Sun Fire, of London,
oldest company in the world.
R. O. LIT NT,
2-22 3m 227 W. Second st.
jJiFVAN A RUTLEDGE,
Eire Insurance, Loan and Investment Brokers.
Money Loaned at 6 Ter Cent.
Bonds Bought and Sold.
Agents Imperial Insurance Co., Ltd, of London.
301 w. First st. mem
MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT AT
low rate of Interest: security must be first
class. Address LOANS, Box 60, this offlce.l-Blf
iVoXEY Tfl LOAN ON COUNTRY AND CITY
ill property; Iciwest rates. W. R. BURKE,
notary public, 109 North Spring st. 8-13 6m
MONEY TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS, JEWeC
ry, watches, pianos, sealskins, live stock,
carriages, bicveles and all kinds of personal anil
collateral security. LEE BROS., 402 S. Spring.
IF TOtJ WAOT MONEY WITHOUT DELAY,
no commission, at prevailing rates of inter
est, see SECURITY SAVINGS BANK, 148 S.
Main st. 8-1 tf
HI ONEY TO LOAN.
X Second St., loan money on good security at
reasonable rales. Farm loans a specialty. If
you wish to lend or borrow, call on us. 2-17 6m
ONEY TO LO.A^^T'ibO, - *5()0, $600, $700
at a low rate of interest nn improved city
real estate. Address FINANCIAL, box 846,
Los Angeles city. 1-21 tf
1 ii a VETfeojoooro LOAN ON A 1 secur".
J. ity. at low rate of interest. Will loan as a
wholl or part of the above amount. Address
SECURITY, box liO, lliis oflice. 1-S ti
VOli SALE-LIVE STOCK.
city; can b eseen Saturday all day, or other
days betiveen 4 und 5 p.m. ' Corner Twenty
eighth aud Flower streets. 2-24 3t
FOR SALE—A FRESH. FAMILY COW. AP
ply at J, Adobe St., off College. 2-19-7t
SALE - GENT I. FRESH FAMILY
L cows, Jersey, Durham or liolstefn; install
ment plun; incubuto's, new or second-hand;
bulls for service. NILES A CO., East Washing
ton street and Mai le uvciiuc. 2-S lm
room house, with one year's lease, priv
ilege of more. Best location in the city, rooms
all rented; full investigation solicited. Hero
is a chance for a big bargain. Address FUR
NITURE, box 20, Herald offlce. 2-ft-lf
1555 SALE-OLD" PAPERB~IN QUANTITIES
' to suit, at this oll'icc.
~ — >
ALLfTviER THE CITY.
1 C. A. SUMNER A CO., 107 S. Baaadivav.
17 OR RENT—NICE SUNNY ROOMS, ONLY
JT $1 per week to $3 per month; first class.
Inquire at bookstore, corner Second and Main
streets. 2-24 lm
TtToK RENT—FURNISHED KOOMS FOR'
V housekeeping; one of the most pleasant
places in the city; luat the thing for man and
wife; use of piano if desired. 118 N. SPRING
St. 2-10 tf
I~~?0 lT~RENT—FURNIsnED ROOMS, 812 S.
1 Hill St. 2-1!) 7t
TOOK BENTi—BUNNY FURNISHED ROOMS
F for rent at the Weid, junction Spring,
Main and Eighth sts., single or en suite; rates
reasonable. Finest location in the city.
1 alfalfa, in city. Apply H. A A. 11. SUSS-
KlNll, 227 W, First 61. 2-21 71
ble for storagt' commission or shop; cen
trally located; 2 floors. Apply A. C. HARPER
PIPE WORKS, second and Vine sis. 2-16 Ira
j. eorported.) New studies. Entrance in
chamber of commerce. L. Garden Maeleod,
principal. Pasiidena, Tuesdays and Fridays.
rpl- ACHEIVs'CLASS PREPARING FOR"("'OUX
.I. ty examination. Positions for governesses
and teachers. S. Spring. 12-25-tf
LOS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE
AND ENGLISH TRAINING SCHOOL.
(Incorporated) 144 South Main St.
Largest and best equipped business training
school on the coast. Thorough ami practical
courses ln the commercial, shorthand, type
writing, telegraphy, assaying and all English
branches. Large, able and mature faculty ol
instructors. Day and evening sessions. Terms
reasonable. Gall at college offloe, or writo for
elegant catalogue. K. R. SHKAJIKK, president;
F. IV. KELsEY, vice-president; L. N. INSKEEP,
AST-BURY SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING
and Business Institute. Take elevator by
People's Store, Phillips block; send for cata
logue. ... 10-12-12 m
4 wili . 11 Or fTf 7. Tmus'ic A L STUD 10, ROOM
I V. LIT Csliiornia bank building. 8-13-1 y
1893, at 11 o'clock a.m., one well-finished
five-room house, bathroom and pantry, lot 50x
170; barn that holds seven tons of hay. Ixi
cated at No. 344 Ficket street, Hoyle Heights.
Also a rain-h of 20aeresat Gardens, with small
house; ranch Is sowed to barley, with good
proa poet, of 2 tons to theacre; alsohorses, har
ness, wagons, mowing machine, farming im
plements, scrapers, etc. The above property
will be sold without reserve on account of sick
ness and death in the family o! the owner.
Owner hits to leave on the 28th of March.
Carpets anil part of household furniture will
be sold. Terms: House, $500 down, balance 1,
2 orByears at 8 per cent. Hunch, $500 down,
balance 1, 2 and 3 years at 8 per cent. All this
property to be sold on Fieket street, Boyle
Heights. Apply to T. LYONS,
2-1H lot 344 Fieket St., Boyle Heights.
ABSTRACTS. ' "
puny of Los Ai#Jfcles, northwest corner of
Franklin anil New High Btreeta. ml 7 tf
\Jt Broadway. 8-7 ly
URGESS .7. REEVE, ARCHITECT, ESTaF
llshed for the past 10 years in Los Angeles.
Rooms 7 und 8 (second floor), Workman block,
Spring St., between Second and Third. 1-25 ly
tations on business, love, marriage, dis
ease, mineral locations, life reading, etc.; take
University electric car to Forrester avenue, go
west three blocks on Vine slreet, second house
from corner of Vermont avenue.
son block. M-lli ly
PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS, ETC.
HAZARD A TOWNSEND, ROOM 9, DOWNEY
block Tel. 340. Los Angeles. 11-22 tl
BjWSBBHB/ANr: PAY «AVED BY TAKING
r T'i^lriTvl*'^' ' Shiiih Ke excursions to Kansos
sr. Louis, Chicago, New York
and Boston. Leave Los Angeles every Wednes
drtv ; personally coml'i'-tod through to Chicago
and Boston; faaiilv tourist sleepers to Kansas
City and Chicago dally; low rates and quickest
time. Offlce, 129 N. i-m -ing st. lyr
CENTRAL ItOUTE EXCURSIONS.
X Experienced conductors; through from Eos
Angeles to Boston; only six days to New York
or Boston; tourist cars. F. E. SHEARER, man
ager. Oflice, 229 South Spring St., Los Augeles.
JC. JUDBON & CO.'S EXCURSIONS EAST
• every Wednesday via Salt Lake City aud
Denver. Tourist cars to Chicago and Boston.
Manager in charge. Offlce, 212 S. Spring st.
IPHILLIPS1 PHILLIPS'EXCURSIONS VTA DENVER AND
Rio Grande railway and tho great Rock
Island route leave Los Angeles every Tuesday.
Personally conducted through to Chicago and
Boston. Offlce, No. 138 S. Spring st. 1 tf
DTSRB AND FINISHKKN.
street. Best dyeing in the city. 1-13 tf
ETROPfrLITTN~BTEAM DYE WORKS. 241
Franklin streot. Fine dyeing and clean
ing. 1-13 tf
Ordinance No. 1556.
AN ORDINANCE DECLARING THE IN
tention of the mayor and council of the
city of Los Au teles to change and establish the
grade of Michigan avenue from Lopez street to
a point 100 feet east of the east line of State
street, and fixing ihe limits of the district.to
be assessed to p»y the cost, damage* and ex
Tho mayor and council of the city of Los
Angeles do ordain as follows:
Section 1. That It is the Intention of the
council of th*» city of Lis Angeles to change
and establish the grade of Michigan avenue
Irom Lopez street to a point IGO feet cast of the
east line of Staie street as follows:
At the intersection of Lopez street tho grade
shall be as now established, 70 00 on the
northeast and southeast corner; at a point 200
feet west of the west line of Baily street 80.00
on the north side a&d 79.00 on the Bouth side;
at the interjection of Bally street 81,50 on the
northweit and northeast corner and 80.00 on
th** southwest and southeast corner: at a point
220 feet east of the east line of Bally street
85.C0 on the north side and 84.00 on the south
side. At tho intersection of State street 80.00
on the northwest corner; 79.00 on the north
east and southwest cornet, and 78.00 on the
southeast corner; at a point 160 feel east of the
east line of State street 70.00 on both sides
And at all points boiween said designated
points the grade shall be established bo aB to
conform to a straight Una drawn between said
Elevations are in feet and above city datum
Sec. 2. The boundaries of the district io b ;
affected by said change of grade and to be as
sessed to pay the damages that may ba awarded
by reason of said change of grade are hereby
designated and established as follows; Begin
ning at the northeast corner of Michigan aye
nue and Lopez street, thence northerly along
the easterly line of Lopez street 143 feet to a
point, thence easterly on a line parallel with
ar<d 148 feet northerly of tbe northerly line of
Michigan avenue toa point 160 fee:, easterly of
the easterly line of State street, thence south
erly on a line parallel with State street to a
point 148 feet southerly of the southerly line
of Michigan avenne thence westerly on a Hue
parallel with and 14S feet southerly of the
southerly line of Michigan avenue to a point
on the easterly line of Lopez street, thence
r-ortherly along said easterly Hue to the point
of beginning, excepting therefrom auy public
street or alley that may He wi.hJn the above
Sec. 3. The city clerk shall certify to the
passage of this ordinance and shall cause the
same to be published for ten days in the Los
Angeleß Hkbald, and thereupon and thereafter
it shall take effect and be in force.
I hereby certify that the foregoing ordinance
was adopted by tha coancil of the city of Los
Angeles at its meeting of February 13, 1893.
C. A. LUCKENBACH, City Clerk.
Approved thia 15th day of February, 1893.
2-16-lOt T. K. ROWAN, Mayor.
Notice of Appllcationlfor City Deed,
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT MRS.
Magdalena W. Sahlchi will on the 27th
day of February, 1893, apply to the honorable
city council of the city of Los Angeles for a
quit-claim deed from said city for those cer
tain lots, tracts or parcels of land situate in the
city of Los Augeles, county of Los Angeles
state of California, and particularly described
as follows, to-wit:
First— Beginning at the northeast corner of
Seventh and San Pedro streets, thence along
the easterly line of Pan Pedro street N. 41 deg.
09 mln. 30 sec. B. 169,08 feet to the southwest
corner of block 21 of the Wolfskill Orohard
tract, as recorded in book 30, page 10, miscel
laneous records, Lob An-eles county, Califor
nia; thence along the southerly line of said
block 21,8.47 deg. 58 mm , E 199 SO feet to
a point; thsnce 8. 40 deg. 07 miv. W. 162.50
fe t to a point on the no'tnerly line of Seventh
•street; thence along said northerly line N. 49
deg. 50 miv. 30 sec. W. 202.26 feet to the
point of beginning.
Second—Beginning at the southwest corner
of block 22 of the Wolf skill Orchard tract, as re
corded in book 30, page 10, miscellaneous
records, Lob Augeles couuty, Cal., theuce along
the southerly line of said block 22, 8. 47 deg.
54 mm ,E. 220.96 feet to a point ou the west
erly line of Towae avenue; thence along the
westerly line of Towne avenue produced south
erly 8.36 deg. 48 min.W 150 39 feet to a point
ou the northerly line of Seventh street; thence
along said northerly line N. 49 deg. 51 mm.
30 sec. W. 220.37 feet to a poiut at the inter
section of the eadtferly line of Crocker street
produced southerly with the northerly line of
Seventh street; thence along said produced
lino of Crocker street N. 36 deg. 43 mm, E.
157 84 feet to the point of beginning.
Third-Beginning at the southwest corner of
block 23 of the Wolfskill Orchard tract, as re
corded ln book 30, page 10, miscellaneous rec
ords Los Angeles county, CaL; thence along
the southerly line of eaid block 23 8. 47 deg
54 mm, E. 220 96 feet to a poiut on the west
erly line of Ruth avenue; thence along the
westerly line of Ruth avenue produced south
erly 8. 36 deg. 48 mm. W. 140.23 to a point on
the northerly tine of Seventh street; tnence
along said northerly line N. 49 deg. 51 mm. 30
sec. W. 220.37 feet toa point at the intersec
tion of the easterly line of Towne avenue pro
duced southerly with the northerly line of Sev
enth street; thence along said produced line of
To*no avenue N. 36 deg 48 mm. X., 147,68
feet to the point of beginning
Fourth—Beginning at the southwest corner
of block 24 of the Wolfskill Orchard tract, as
recorded in bosk 30, page 10, miscellaneous
records Los Angeles county, Oal.: theuce along
the southerly line of said block 24 S. 47 deg.
54 mln. X 143 36 feet to a point; thence 8. 35
a g. 32 mln. W. 133.51 feet to a point on the
northerly line of Seventh street; thence along
said northerly line N. 49 deg. 51 mm. 30 sec.
W. 145 95 feet to a point at the intersection of
the easterly line of Ruth avenue produced
southerly with the northerly line of Seventh
street; thence along said produced line of Ruth
avenue N. 36 deg. 43 miv. E. 133.2 feet to the
point of beginning.
Reference is made toabitractof title, petition
and map now on file in my offlce, and all
parties interested are hereby notified that they
are required to file their objections, if auy there
be, in writing, at least one day before the said
session of Feorni.ry 27, 1893.
C. A. LUCKENBACH, City Cler*
Los Angeles, Cal., Feb 18th, 1893. 2-22 st.
Ordinance No. 1554*
( NEW SERIES.)
AN ORDINANCE DECLARING THE IN
tentiou of the mayor aad oouaotl of the
c tyof Los Angeiei to establish tne grade of
Severance street from Adams street to Twenty
The mayor and council of the city of Los An
geles do ordain as follows:
Section 1. That it is the intention of the
Council of the city of Los Angeles to establish
the grade of severance street, from Adams
street to Twenty-eighth street, as follows:
At the Intersection of Adams street the grade
Bhall be, as now establi hed, 60.65 on the
southwest corner, and 60.60 on the southeast
corner; at the intersection of Twenty-eighth
street the grad« shall be 67.41 on the north
west corner, and 67.35 on the northeast corner.
And at all point* between said designated
vdints tho grade shall be established so as to
conform to a straight line drawn between Baid
Elevations are in feot and below oily datum
Bection 2. The city olerk shall certify to the
passage of this o-dinauc«j and shall cause the
same to be published for ten days ln the Los
Angeles Herald, aud thereupon and thereafter
it shall take effect and be in force.
I hereby certify that the foregoing ordinance
was adopted by th ; council of the city of Lob
Angsles at its meeting of February 13, 1893.
C A. LUCK* ttNBACH, City C lerk,
Approved this 15th day of February, 1893.
2-16 lOt T Jt. ROWAN, Mayor.
"-nsOLLOWING IS A LIM OF TnE CHILDREN
X 1 who have been admitted into the Los An
geles orphan asylum since the last publication:
whole orphans—Adella Day.
Half orphans—Victoria Cosgrove, Nettie Ja
cobs, Fannie Rogers Lillie Valdez, Annie Val
dez, Edward AbrU.Marla Pit/., Mary and Louisa
Sirvert, Myßtica, Esther and Lucinda Rios, Ed
ward Hanlou, Cora Kenkel, Lena Fadelie, John,
Thomas and Paul Welsh, Roßa and Guadalupe
Ban-eras, Katie Fadelie. 2-1710".
(Late Hazaid's Pavilion).
cor. nlta and Olive sts.
0, H. Sawtbb A Co., I Fred. UoofXK,
Proprietors. | Mans r.
Popular Prices—lo, 20 and 80c.
Three Weeks' Success of tho Popular Family
MONDAY EVENING and every night during
tho week, and a Grand Miitluee on Wednes
day, Feb. 2*l (Washlngnn'sllirthday)—Elab
orate Production of Dion Boucicault's Sunsa
i STREETS OF NEW YORK! ]
New Mechanical Edicts—New Scenery—New
Union Pqnare at night Tho greatest Are
scene ever produced on tho stn»e. The cast in
cludes tho entire streugth of the oompany.
Doors open at 7:15. Performance begins at
8:lf>. Box office open at 10 a.m. dally.
OUB REGULAR SATURDAY MATINEE
For Ladles and Children at 2 P.M.
NEXT WEEK "THE WHITE SLAVE."
Grand Farewell Concert
UIVEN BY THE FAMOUS TENOR,
j WM. FORANE ]
WEDNE3DAY, MARCH 1, 1593, 3 F.K.
Asslßted by M'ss Knickerbocker, soprano;
Miss B. Holmes, contralto; Mr. K. 0 Portway,
baritone; Mr. A. G. Oardaer, vlodn; M. B. Bier
lich, cello; Prof. Th. Wilde, piano; Prof. Wil
Tlcketsof admission, 50c: reserved seats, 75c:
for sale at Fiizgerftld's music store, corner
ttpring and Franklin streets.
N, B.—Do not miss the opportunity of hear
ing one of the best concerts ever given in this
city. 2-22 wed frl-sun-mo-we-th-Ot
fUfi SOUTH BKOADWAT,
ZZL Opposite City Hall.
MISSION AND INDIAN
BlankeU, Baskets, Pottery, Photographs.
FEBRUARY 23,24,25, Afternoon and Evening.
Admission, 25c; Children, 15c.
MODEL SAN LUI3 RKY MISSION,
Made fok the World's Fair by Don Anto
nio and Mariana Cop.onel.
Spanish music, Stcreopticon Views, artnen
tic in ionintion.
ORDINANCE NO. 1555.
AN ORDINANCE DECLARING THE IN
tentlon of the mayor and council of the
city of Loa Augeles to chaugo and establish
the grade of WaebinMpn street, from Peru
street to Is 1 ex street, ana fixing the limits of
the district to bo assessed to pay the costs',
damages and expenses thereof.
Tne mayor and council of the city of Los An
golep do ordain as follows:
Section 1. That it ia the Intention of the
council of the city of Los Angeles to change
and ostablishthe grade of Washington street
from Peru street to Ef-seT etreet ar follows:
At the intersection of PtwtV street the grade
shall be as now estab lshed, on the
northeast corner and at a point in the south
side at a right angle opposite said corner, at
the Interioclion of Paloma street 34 27 ou the
north west corner and 34 22 on ihe northeast
corner. At the intersection of Kssex strt et tbe
grt.de thai! be, as now established. 34.00 ou
the north.vent corner and at a point in the
south side at a right angle opposite t-ala cor
ner. And at all points between said designated
points the grade shall be established to as <o
conform to a straight. Hue drawn between said
Elevations are in feet and below city datum
Fxc. 2. The boundaries of the district to b3
affected by Faid change of tirade and to be
assessed to pay the oamapes th,at may be
awarded by reason of such change of grade art)
hereby designated and established as follows:
Beclnnlng at a point in thy easteily line of
Peru street 150.40 feet uoiibeny of the north
east comer of WashinsLuii and Peru street
thence cestcily in a direct liuo to a point In Hie
westerly lino of Essex street 150,35 feet north
erly of the northwest corner ot Jtisex street;
thence southerly along the westerly line of
Essex street to the nortbweFt corner of Wash
ington and Essex street; thence in the pro
longation of the westerly Hue of Essex f-treet
to a point 200 feet southerly of tho north wem.
corner of Washington andhßsex atreet: thencp
in a westerly direction parallel with the uorth
line of Washington stteettO* poiai' in tho pro
longation of the easterly line of Peru street;
thence running northerly in the prolongatiou
of said easterly line of Peru street to the north
east corner or Washington and Peru street;
thence northerly aiorg the easterly hue of
Peru street to a point 150.40 ie«t northerly of
tbe northeast corner of Washington and Peru
street, the point of beginning, excepting
therefrom any public street or alley that may
He within the above dfiscrllo i district
Sec. 3. The city clerk shall certify to the
passage of this ordinance und shall cause
the same to bo published for ten
days iv the Loi Angeles Ht.r.u.D, and
thereupon and thceafur it bhall take
effect and be In force.
I hereby certify that the foregoing ordinance
was p.doptpd by the council of th*; city of I o*
ivugcles at its in c. tine of February 13th, 1893.
C. A. LUCKSNBACH.
Approved thia 15th day of Febrnary, 18H3
T. E. ROWAN,
2-lti lOt Mayor.
Notice of street Work.
NOTICE I? HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON
Monday, the 30th day of January, A I).
1893, the couucil of the city of Los Angeles
Old, at its meeting en -aid day, adopt an ordi
nance of intention, number 1543 (new serictj,
to have the following work dove, to-wit:
That the grade ol Bretd bt;eot, from Mlchl
gan avenue to First, street, is hereby changed
aud established as follows:
At the intersection of Michigan avenue the
grade shall be (32.00 on the southeast aud
At a polut24B feet south from the houUi line
of Michigan avenue, 4'>.50 on both sides, and
at the intersection of First street 33.00.
And at all points between said designated
points the grade shall be es abllshed so aB to
conform to a straight lino drawn between said
Elevation are in feet and above city datum
Reference is hereby made to the Baid ordi
nance of Intention for further particulars
D. A. WATSON, Btreet Superintendent.
By A. I. STEWART, Deputy. 222 bt
Notice of Street Work.
NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON
Monday, the 30th day of January, A. D.
1843, the council of the city of Los Angelea
did, at its ixeeting ou said day, adopt an ordi
nance of intsutiou. uuiuher 1537 (new scries),
to have the following work done, to-wit:
That a public sewer he constructed along
Calumet avenue iv said city from a point op
posite the easterly line of lot 3, block 3, Acgo
leno Heights, to the sewer Jampholu opposite
lot 14, block 1, of said Angeleno Heights, and
across all intersections of streets, together with
manholes, lampholes and flush tanks.
The size of said sewer shall be eight inches
in internal diameter, and be constructed of
salt-gluzed vitrified pipe, brick, Iron and '
cement. All of which shall be construct co in
accordance with tbe plans and proiilo on die in
the oflice of the city engineer, aud sreciaca-
Uorb on file In the office of the city clerk of the
city of Los Augeles, said specifications being
T'hecoßtof constructing said sewer shall be
assessed against all lots and lauds fronting up
on tbe same
Reference is hereby made to the said ordi
nance of intention ior further parileulais.
D. A. WATSON, Ktreet Superintendent.
By A. I. STEWART, Deputy. 2-22 Bt
STOCMOLDERB , MEETING.
THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING OF
the stockholders of the Lake Homer Water
company will be held at the oflice of tho com
pany, room 28, Baker block, Low Angeles, Cal ,
on Monday, March 0, 181*3, at 1:30 p. m., for
the purpose of electing a board of directors and
transacting such other business as may prop
erly come before the meeting.
2-19 lOt J. M. MANLEY,Secretary.
THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING OP
the stockholders of the Hornet Land com
pany will be held at the office of tbe com
pany, room 28, Baker block, Los Angelea, CaL,
on Monday, v arch 6, 1593, at 1:30 p.m., lor
the purpose of electing a board of directors
and transacting Buch other business as may
properly come bafo*-Vie meeting
2-1!) ltit J. ix. Secretary
-VTJSW UOS AN6KLSB THRATIK,
li H. c. Wyatt, Manager'
Friday and Saturday F«fr. 34 and 38
ARE YOU MARRIED 7
Annual Tour of tho Eminent Comedian,
In His Latest and Greatest Success,
A Model Hnslai!
FEW AND FAB. BBTWEBS.
A model play, a model star, and a model
GRAND OPERA HOOBE.
Undor the direction of AL, HAYMAN.
McLain & Lehman, Managers.
Monday Febrnary 27tb.
Only Appearanjein Los Angeles—The World's
And America's Favorite Monologist,
A. P. BURBANK,
In an Irresistibly Funny. Two-Hanp .--Hours'
Program of Unr.valed Wit aud Humor.
Capacity of homes tested everywhere!
*eats on sale Wednesday, Feb. 24d. Better
secure seats now.
GRAND OPKHA Mor SI:.
Under the direction of Al Hayhan.
McLain & Lehman, Managers.
TII2 HIT OF THE GEA9ON-FIVE NIGHTS
Tuesday Fabrnar, 28th
Return of the Wonderful Midget Com
-}} LILLIPUTIANS !
Tuesday, Wednesday Matinea aud Evening,
and Thursday*, in Thiir Greatest
j * * CANDY * # i
Direct from Its long run at thi Baldwiu
Theater, Ban Francisco.
4Grnnd Ballets! Brll'iait Scenery!
Tac Electrical Danco! Novel lifTootsl
Gorgcoul CostU" 1 g!
Adoiph zinks iv his streaming bnrle ana on
Lottie Colli il«, T AR A ft, A BO IM.JDKAY.
Ebert and Zinki' Prize Fight.
Fiiday, Saturday Matinee and E?ening
THE DWARF' 3 WEDDING I
Comic Opera in 4 Ac with Ballet—Nov el,
nn in . .''untiy.
Secure your seats iv advance. Now on sale.
A North Main, near First Btreet,
L. Anson King <& C x, Prop's and Mgra.
Moral and Refined.^SH,
MATINEE TODAY AT 2:15 P. M.
PERFORMANCE TONIGHT AT 8:15.
First Appearance ia Los Augeles of BurchardM
Comical and Sagacious
In conjunction with
New Circus and Specialty Artists and Feitures.
EXTRA! BULLETIN EXTRA!
Saturday, Feb. 25th—Ungated at Great Ex
Cannibal Boomerang Throwers!
And Black Trackers.
Prices 10c, 20c and 30c.
ORIGINAL VIENNA BUFFET,
Corner Main nni Requen* Streets.
J. H. JbC&NNKD t , Bus. Manager,
THE FAVORITE AMUSEMENT RESORT!
First appearance ln Los An?eles of the comedy
"FrtKi~THE LE VERNESJ^mJ
ln their own original creation entitled
THE CENSUS TAKER.
First appparance of the great HAVEIL.
expert juggler aud b lancer, from the Crystal
l'altice theater, Loudon, England,
Matinee every Wedneiday afternoon at 3
tfir-Look out for next week. 2 17 am
Corner First and Spring streets.
(Family an! ladies' entrance on First tt.)
VENETIAN LADIES' TROUBADOURS
Will tender a concert every day from 12 to
1:30 p.m. (during lunch hour): also a
* GRAND CONCERT EVERY EVENING •
From V :30 p.m. to 12 m.
The best commercial lunch la the city from
11 a.m. till 2 p.m . and from 5 to 7 p.m.
A la caite from U p.m. to 12 m. 2-18 lm
gTATJE CITRUS FAIR,
NEW PAVILION AT
-2 COLTON ie-
Covering Nearly an Acre, Opens
Wednesday Morning, March 15, 1893*
For premium lists, rules, spaco for exhibits
and privileges, apply to
J. WOOD, Secretary, Colton, Cal.
Notice of the Filing of the Report of
the ( ummissioaerd Appointed to
Opeu find Straighten Maple ave
nue, Between Fifth Street and the
South City Boundary, in Compli
ance With Ordinances Nos.
and 1844 (New Series), Togethe*
With the Plat of the Assessment
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A
CTtitled copy of the report, assessment Ust
>md 11st of tho Commissioners appointed to as
sess benefits aud damages ana to have gen
eral supervision of the proposed work of open,
ing K'-d strxUhtening M.ple avenue, between
Filth 'tn et and the south city bound.ry, ha»
been tiled in the office of the undersigned.
All sums levied and asees.cd in said assess
ment list are due and payabl ■ immediately.
The payment of said sums is to be made to me,
in my office, wiViln thirty days from the first
publication of th's notice.
Alt assessments not paid before the expira
tion of said thirty days will be declared to bo
cone delinquent, aud thereafter five per cent,
with the cost of advertising, will be added
Haled this 11th day of February, 1893.
D, A. WATdON,
By A. I, Stuwaet, Deputy. 2-11 lit
St. Faul's Hospital and Home fol
NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN THAT A BPB
cial meeting of the members of the Above
named corporation will be held at St. Panl's
Church vi stry, ou Olive street, ln the oity ol
Li>s Angeles, on Monday, March 6,1893, at 2:30
pm. Such meeting is called by the president
lor the election of trustees for the ensuing
year, the date of annual meeting havi-i*
I >assed, and said meeting not having been ad
oaruod or ordered. Amendments to the by
aw. will also be proposed.
3-1981- ' -r w. LATHAM, Poo',.