OCR Interpretation


The herald [microform]. (Los Angeles [Calif.]) 1893-1900, May 08, 1893, Image 6

Image and text provided by University of California, Riverside; Riverside, CA

Persistent link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn85042461/1893-05-08/ed-1/seq-6/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 6

6
ADVBRTTSINO.
; The most direct c thod of reaching Ihe :
public nnd making amen ft your
W W W A Ml X TTITT SSNS
W W W W A A h N N T S S
WWWW A A N N 0 I 8
WWW W A A NUN T S
WWWW A A N N X T KSBS
WWWW AAA A N X Nt
WW WW A A N N N T S
W WA A ft Nit T a a
W W A A N NN T SSRS
Is through the classified ml columns of Tim
Beralix It is cheap, l.iings quick n iorn-,
end places the advertiser in dire, i communica
tion with those 111 wishes lo reiieli.
COOL A aBSaaSBA nFFFIi RFEDtrD
0 til, AA S s II I' II X I) >
OLA A, SK, HS M II I r II I X I) Ii
kLrl ' Vii: :..!:...!•
A DbD j. BBBT«T gSB,
A A H l> I. EE .ss H
AAA II 1) I, F, T «!
A A 11111 l I.I.LI,KKF T "HIT
inserted in the columns ot TBS BsaAUatl
• 0 CENTS PFlt LINK PER DAY. :
; IH.ini PER LINK PER MONTH. :
; Special rates for a longer |'> " I. :
Persons wanting situations, help, or wishing
lo rent, buy or sell proper I>, will do w II lo ud
vertlao in Thk Hkiiai h.
OFFICIAL OITY PAPER.
■IMSVIAI. NOTICKS.
TJ^NTKIt'H' TEXAS I VMALJ s CAN HE OH-
J l Mned at the lollowlng places Spring
end Second, First ninl spriim, Juneilon Temple
and Spiiug, Iron! ol liormaiiia saloon, Mntn si.
Our sign indicate* our address, ills Hellevue
avenue. Don't be Imposed m"n by linltatpri.
Buy the genuine ariiele at il. ■ ire loi atlont,
We'are (lie orlciniiior" of lliu geiiulne Texas
tainiiles lv Los Angeles. 12-14 Hut _
VftrTICK THK lis ANOELKH < lIV WATER
llcoiniiiinv will strictly enforce the I illowliig
rule; The hours (or ■nrtiikling are between H
and S o'clock a. m. nnrl H and S ■••' lm I p. ut.
For a violation of the iihove regulation the
water will be shut off nnd n llii" uf £2 will !«•
clinriic.l Uiuru the wnlci will be turned OB
:Stain. s-lf tr
rKMKVr VIIIKVV M.KS, lIAHI'MI '1 I I.OOlis
nnd reservoirs, Oe per fool. Plastering, brick
ami aeraent work repaired, DENNIS MAHI
UAN, 400 San Pedro *L 0-0 lm
'I|NCIJU HAM WINK CELLAHS. X FLUUB.
U Wholesale nnd lletnll. Sononin ninl Nairn
dry and sweel wines. Brandies, whiskies.
401-406 N. Ixis Angeles si. 1-6
TTOrSE-UUNTEKH, CALL AT P. II PLEPER
.1 1 A- Co.'s for a >|>llb I oi iiiin» bed
and unfurnished cottages and houses. KISS,
llroadway. 3-7 31
Ix 11 I'Y DOLLARS TO istrfHlNli THAT
V Drue's females ere tho clci it and best,
material and workmanship consider sat,
V, SLOPIR, iIOUBJe MOVER, OFFICE,
. I 12 I cub r Place, 1 lo 'f^
HVSINNSH SJHAItt'HS.
kinin 111 vm 1,1 akerS , i ink i.oca nqji
sir'lHiF two horses, wagon; good outsitM
{Fade.
$800 bins cigar etc lid; lII,' fltlCSl In town;
making $i.on ii day clear.
' $330 buy" centrally Located frutl stand; mak
ing $3 n il'ny plear.
enmity rights lor sale or trade: one of the
besi things in tbe Btate.
$300buyslirsl-clios rcßtanrnnt; doing good
business; 'principal street; must sell by Mon
day, ,
Bargains iv all kinds oMtii'i ties ;es ul 111'N'RY
J. STANLEY'S, 227 W. Seconil , Heel. 5-7 2t
BUSINESS PLAI I S HOI >,ll I. ml n 'Nil
exchanged. Properties tor exchango In
every State, Partner in business wanted.
'I HAUL: EXCHANGE PA It Milt, Maknrii house,
No. 325 Sooth Main street. Cash difference
paid for inside property, 4-3 1 m
PRHHONAL.
PERSONAL COFEKK' FRESH IIoASIFDOS
1 our Giant coffee roaster; Jnva and Moehti,
Sso lb; Mountain coffee. 950: (ran. sugar, l,
lb $1; brown auger, Si lb ml; germee,3oa;
rolled rye, 10c: 4 lba rice, 25c; it pkls starch,
250: 5 "lbs raisins, 2f»e; 5 ll* peaches, 25c:
30 lbs pink beans, 85c; 10-ili pails preserved
fruits, wo; plckland walnuts, 100 to; -t bars
IJllimora'a soap, !25c; cum, corned beef, 85e;
gasoline and cotU oil, i-Oe; picnic bams, L«Uec
lb. "ECONOMIC" STORES, 305 South Spring.
1" »Mn©OHl"iL—lt ALPH BROS, — UOliD BAR
flour 8>1.13, cilv Hour 811 c. t-ianulateil su
faal? lbssl, blown sugar 20 lbs $i, raisins 5
lis k!*ic, sarilines., i,,,,.,-. -j..,-, („i |~ (mil ;; oans I
oiti. M ixliaml mini, kVx' in. i'aetern oil Sisn, gas- ]
oliueeAh 1 , 2-Ib can I'm iii il licet Lie, bud 10 11* I
$1 Jo, 3 lbs 55c. bin south Spring sireet, eorvd
Siirlb. 12 2if I
KRSONAL- W. Vy 7 I'A VLOR, LAWYER. |
121 Lj Sou 111 Broadway, room 5, Probate and
insolvency law a Miceinil y. ,\il\ I. c uce. 7-31 j
V.X U VKS I < )
r rSaiita'Fc excursions to Kansas
v. SI. Louis,l hleaiio, New York
Slid Boston, Louie Los Angeles every Wednes
day ; personally conducted through to Chli ago
and Bostont faintly i,,urlst sleeper-, lo Kansas
City and Chicago flatly, Low rates and quick
est time. Offloe, 130 N. Spring at. lyr
VxF.KAT CENTRAL ItoPTK KXCURBION&
X I Experienced conductor* through from Los
Angeles to Iloston; only six days lo New York
or Boston ; tourist enrs. F. X, BH BA RKR, uian
ager. OAce, 229 South Spring st., Los Angeles.
10-lOilni
1~ >HTI rUPs'KXlT'llsillNS VIA DENVMi: A Nil
Kio Grande railway and the freal Rock
Island route leave Los Angciofl every Tuesday;
personally conducted ihrough lo Chicago and
Boston. Ollicc, No. LIS S. Spiing si. 1 if
~i C. .IP Dsns a co.s l.\i tJRskiNS KAST
(J* everyWedne laj vis Sail dike Citj and
Denver. Tourist enrs lo Chicago ami Boston)
Malinger in charge, ollicc, 212 S. spring si.
6-1 If
Ml'SlC.tl..
q-xlIK" KAMMEKME, 1.. 0R( h! -VltA
X First-class muse' furnlßhod tor Pale, par
ties, conceits, receptions and picuies. Violin,
mandolin, cte., taught. Offlca nl Fitzgerald's
music store, cor. N. spring and Franklin sis,
10-14 ly
108 AKCELKB OONSKUVATORV OK MP sic
J and Art; open all ilic year. MPs. KMILI
J. VALENTIN E, president, comer Broad was
and Filth street s i I ly
BANJO, BY HISS ML AS I'HI'RY ; 5 AN I) il
Stringed taught. Btudlo6li takt elevator
by People's store, Philip lick. 11 1-J 1 \
PSIYSfOIANS.
\|RS. DRTT li. hM Ilii. BPKCIAI.TY
Ivl vvifery. Ladies cared [or during rontine
mcnt at 727 Hellevue avenue. Calls promptly
attended to. Telephone 1118. 2-23 tf
/xEORGK 11. 11EAi 11, M."n.,'OFFICE' AND
U realdenee, 131 Norlh Spring street. Ofllce
hours, Sto 12, 1 to 3, II to s p. m. Telephone
433. 11-3 tl
HOMKOP A l RIO PHYSIO] ANN.
Q 11. BOY S 1.-.. 'v. I' , DISH ,
E3e children. Ofllce and ivsldonce, s.c» South
Olive st. Cilice houra, 10 to 12 a in.. 2to 4 p.
ni. l el.-i A ione S7-1. ui-ii v
ASTKOI.OI.KKS.
PERSONAL— I'Rof. M E MI.NS.AS i Ri ■ I.OGP.it
J and clniivevani medium, 187 South Broad
way, b iween First ami Second sts. 3-2H lm
,x BSI'K iOTS.
A BSTRACT ANII TITLE IXSI'I!A Ni X' i\'i\f
JA. pauy of i.os Angeles, northwest corner "i
fraiik lm ninl New ll,gli s| r ,v 17 11
STOK IIKNT BOITSBtS.
FOR RENT In t GOOD TARTY
years, a nice s room cottage, panic fur
nished, No. 737 South spring st. Vpplvonlv at
ollicc VVKsl.l V cl. v i; k. J4S so. So - . . -:,;!:
FOX KtNT-lltlOKy.
FOR RENT — NICK,~rLEABANT.~SI\N'NY
rooms at low rates, BOS banning si.
-I--I lm
_ AKCIIITKCI'I
.1. ItKKVI.; ARCHITECT, ESTAB-
Xt liabed for the lasl !t» years In Los
Rooms 7 and s (second door), w ~i kDiati block.
Spring si., between Second and Third. !-j:> ly
bTHSROWK, AKCHITECiT~i3~St iCTH'
* liroioiw ax . v. 7 Iy
SMMMKK KKsORTS
lirrE stlphpr slpßiNGs^proSi
JL Hrthesummer season April 22d. Distance
only 00 mill fri :. Sun trait, isco, on tne
Eontbcrn Pacillc ruilnu.d. Lenutiful scenery,
redwood groves; Les, sulihur Imtlis in tlie
State. Reasonable terms en account of World's
Fair. Accommodations lor :;.',i people, For
fun her particulars address SANKORD JOHN
SUN, St, llf !i : Nuj'.-i c,,.. I iii. -1-7 1 in
oosnr stAijTOKa,
F' iiTxK C. Yol'-N'., ■ I Mi, ::t wT£
son block. s-ltl ly
XONRAD SCHERKR, GR.\NTTE. 1 T' MIM
/ pus und asphalt paving, 22. \v. first st-
WANTSm-HKI.F.
I SI.TI V, 111 MMEI' "Tni, KM PL' fyMBNT
I fluents, successors lo Martin A Co. snd
Petty A Hummel. Hotel and house help <le
imrlment, 1:11 to 135 West First street: tele
plume 800. Pinch and miss "llHie ous depart
incut, 207 VYiKt Serorid slurt; telephone 40,
Los Angele", cal. Carefully selected help of
nil kliiiT* promptly furnished.
iir ANTE li LADIES "OR ~ YorNU MEN to
II take light pleasant work ai their own
homes; (il to i?:i p.-i day can he quietly made.
tYork sent >iv mall. No canvassing. Address
- i \ KUARD'MANTJPACTttRLNvf i 0., lock liox
D) 7, South I- inmlnahnm,Ma*n. Enclose stamp*.
4-5 im
1 y AXflTi7 ALL NEED KM I HELP FREE,
* \ cmplovment or any tn formation, address
1 NITTINDKK'H BP RE AC, estaSttehed isso.
inllc*', 3111' j sonih Spring Street, residence 451
Sonib Hope-treet, corner lx)S Angelea,
i>l. Telephone 118. MB tt
\y VNTK.H LADIKS TO MAIL AMD AB
\\ ,|,, ~. envelopes, oht liii nslnes, etc , lor
ns nt home, lor terms Send addressed stamped
cnyelope K. 1,. H.MYTIIK lOILBT CO, line),
South Bend, Ind. 4-WlHt
W\'l I " IM HI - 'in --IST MX IN MY
tV work; good Jay. MISS CARRIE FINE,
m illiliter branch office, 2IH W. Sixth. 0-6 6t
11' A- I I'll LA DIES TD AHWOTIijriOY
work; good pay. MISH CARRIE FINE,
300! „ s. spring st. 5-2 6t
W\Nll;|i A FlltST-l I.ASS PANTS MAK'ER~
Address ANIdN KIJtMKNT, Ventura,
i >i 11 fo rlii n, 5-0 4t
l*7 ANTEb--BOYS--LIIsTITOET.KH lIIHTRICT
\t Telcgniph Co. i|47 N. MAIN HT. 07 It
tVANTBI) «ITI'M IHNK.
Wan i ki> 'Situation by anTniTThtri-
DUf, aObet man of fnrally, wnncnnglvo
the best of refereaeaaj will accept moat any
kind ol a position; garden work a specialty.
Address II < , Hoi 20, Herald offlon. 4-22 tl
\tTaNTKIi A 1.1, KINDS OK FAMILY HKW
\y Ing lo il<>, at room IS, No, 112 s. Hope
street, 1 -10 tf
WANTKI) MIrt^KI.I.ANKOJBS^^
W~ ami i' proposai* for ~svu£rm
Klti Niiilre l« hereby glvi'n that propos
al* for furnishing a lot in the business portion
of I.os Aim 'I' -, s 1111 it I■l »■ for ilu' erection there
on "I mi ii ll Fellows' Ictnplc, will he received
at II itii ftl"' odd Fellows' Hall asaoela
tinn up I > Mil)' I3lh. Silid proposals mint lie
il, w i ii. ng, and "tale size of Int, loeatton and
price. IV. A. Ro.XYNiiK, Secretary,
1 10 I in • lIS a Broadway.
WA Mi Ti Ti) INVKST staooo IN SOMK
leal limine business, which will hear In
vestigation; state niiture of business. Address,
H. li A I'l' AsoN, city iKistofßce. 5-6 ot
\\' ANTI.U To ItKNT—WK HAVE THB BKKT
>\ organised renlnl depart incut In thecity;
list youi I m with us. X 11. I'IKI'KH & 00.,
ma's. MiiiieiMiiv. 0-7: it
.—~— —— r~ — I I - ' I —
I MAMIJUI,.
$1i500,000
MONEY TO T.OAN.
LOWEST RATKH.
Agent for the
GERMAN SAVINGS AXI) LOAN
SOCIETY OF ti. V.
Tlnlhling loan* a apeclalty.
lio,oi* purchased.
Heal estate Hold.
Estates managed.
Agent Hun Fire, of Tendon,
oldest company in the world.
It. 0, LIT NT,
B-22 Bm 227 VV, Hecond at.
-ty: VANA RUTLEbtiB,
l ire Insurance, Uniii and Investment Brokers.
Money Loaned at 0 per cent
Bonds Bought and Bold.
Agents Imperial Insurance Co., Ltd.of London.
MS 6m 801 W. First St.
Tl DNEY"To LOAN ON DIAMONDS, .IEWKIc
.Wry, watches, pianos, sealskins, live stock,
carriages, bloyolea and nil kinds of personal
and collateral security, lee imoa, 402 a
SprOu;. t
i« >» n
AioNKY LOANED on tfOBTOAOM fi PER
,t1 cent net on tirst-class proper ty Inramounts
of $10,000 and over. On loans under |10,000
no commission will be charged; no expense for
exatnln&tton ot city property and bo delay,
MAIN sl id .1- I - W'I.NGS BANK AM) Tltl'sT
CO., 426 ti. Main it 3-1 Dm
I'JACIFIC I.D \ N~( DM PA XV- LOANS MONEY
iii any amounts on all Kinds of personal
' TirutM'rty and collnteral security, ou pianos
I vtiinout removal, diamonds, jewefry, sealskins,
Wife*, l.ieye es, carriages, libraries or any prop
erly of value, alsoon furniture, merchandise,
on furniture in lodging and lioardlng houses
and hotels without removal, etc., in
wnrchouMs; partial payments received; money
Without del ii v ; private offices for consultation;
w ill call ii desired. \V. K. DcGROOT, manager,
rooms 2, 8 and 4, No. 114 S. Spring St., opposite
Nedoau hotel, 7-'Jt» tf
NroTK X h > thk rvaite. t have Bpxtoßt
' the pawnhroking business ol B. Fanta at
306 North Main «t. On March 13th. end haw
overtaken ail pledges telt with htm at that
place, end vvil! continue the same business.
Parties Uvinf out 01 ihe city wishing to eom
munloata to their own Interest will aadnea A
Morris lv place ol 1). Fanta, No. 3011 North
Main Mreet. 0-0 lm
A TI.ANTIC LOAN CO, R. FANTA, MAN A-
J\ ger, No. lis w. second st„ between Main
and spring sts. KslHhllshed lv IHSO. Loans
money et reduced rates of Interest on dia-
Daonda, watches, jewelry, collateral securities,
mortsraffaa, ate, I air and square dealing. Also
line wafoo repairing by it. G. gilholm. ah
work guaranteed. 0-3 lm
I » 01N DE XTK R TTIST. BROKERS, 127 W.
1 Second St., loan money at good security at
reasonable rules, Farm loans a specialty. If
you wish to lend or borrow, call on us. 2-17 tim
I" F YOU WANT MONEY WITHOUT DELAY,
no commission, prevailing rates ol interest,
see Sonruy Sa\ inijs Hunk. MS s. Mnin. -l-l-ly
rOK NaT.K MISUI li. \N ItOIIS).
iAOlt SALE 200 STANDS OF BEES K. K.
' BHATTUCB, Bog TX, Oarvanra. 4-30 IQt
1101! SAIS OLD I'M'ERS IN ijl'ANl'TiTks
Jo Mlit, nl lllis oWiee.
bum and rotiNv,
i I OST—GOLD CHATRLAIN WATCH WITH
li monogram F. M s, ou elcctile eats on
I Spring Btreet; return to Westminster hotel.
5-871
1 OST-ON BETWEEN TIIF.
1 I j Is! and Sili of April, a package containing
j one pair of lady's gloves, light grey color, and
a piece oi black ribbon, $10 reward w ill la'
punl on return lo Herald ofllce. 5-2 tf
I 3-YEAR-OLD
\j brown marc, while star on forehead and
w I,ile spoi on nose; a cross Son near hipasid
F, 11. on near shoulder. Return to G. H.
i HAW I HUH, Hid South lais Angeles Bt. 3-5 51
•• OST MONDAY, MAY 1, SKY-BUT TE 11-
I j rier I'itch, from 380 Pasadenaavcnuc, Fast
Los Angelea; answers to the name of Gyp: end
of tail JerHack. Liberal reward for return to
No. 1 engine house. W 31
| "SI I HUM KO.-I:MKADE,"sAVANN Ml",
\j one brown colt 3 years old, with white
ins and white face, one white eye: $25 re
ward tor same by returning to boa Angeles
Race Track. 5-3 7t
Ii i-i I OPF.X - ! ADIES' SILVER W ATCH.
j wilh (oh. Return to LIBRARIAN PUBLIC
LIBRARY and get reward. 5-7 21
1 OST A M \s,)NIC CHARM A LIBERAL
reward will He paid by K. BEEMAN, 136
Boot h spring st. 5-5 Bt
|iOl ND-ON SPRING STREET NEAR FIRST,
I' ladies' gold watch. Particulars 149 N.
SPRiNG. 5-7 21
A rroK.Nn.v-.
/ xl o IuYIAIHII, ATTONF.\' AND COI N
\JT selor at law, rooms 12 and 13, Lanfranco
building, 218 North Main street, Ixxs jjjsgjnlrui
Telephone Uti7. Practices in nil state and
United slates courts. 3-19 tf
A. W. HI I i OLTS vrt.I.PORN.
W'TI.HoRN A 11PTTON. ATTORNEYS AT
>> '■'«. Riaims 88, SS), and S9 Temple block.
Junction spring and Mum, l/>s Angeles, Cal. if
I AY ~E. II C NTER, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
tt i ii , i Bonebrake block. Telephone 325.
i prut iv , - in all the courts, state and federal.
7-1 If
1)1!'!;;CI! — LAW YLIt, NO. 2 LAW
1) building, 138 Temple stree', near court
bouse. Gli phono 108. 7-6 tf
i T> J. ADCOCK7"ATTORNEY: SPECIAL AT
JV» ion given to the settlement of estates.
113 "A . lit.; si. 4-8 tf
DX TKASkT"ATTORNEY AT LAW,
• ton block, 2A)7 New High street, lxw Au
, Angi'., -. 1-1H tl
\\'M. POLLARD, \i-fORNF.Y AT LAW",
i , :i, 3, Allen Block, Temple and Spring
. ««; I-if
l .xl KBITS, COlA RIUHTS, Kit',
"I I A l:.i .M TOW N>KN"i),"ROOM 9, Downey
1-1 - l ci. 347. 1., - y ngelea 11-22 11
iTTi i uopiTiTiistT
Al ISt 1 - I \PPIK. i iIIKoPODIST ANDmTs"
a>use, Ji l w. First st.,oi p. Nadeau. IS-24U
LOS ANGELES TTfTRALD: MONDAY MORNING, MAY 8, 189*.
FO! SALSI—47IVT AMD OOITMTBT.
NORTON A NF.NNFDY, REAL KSTATE AND
inrestmi'iit brokers, 200 H. Broadway, tel
ephone make a specialty of Orange aad
walnnt grorea and gllt-eilge elty pr«|>erfy.
IflSIK) ryr foot buys 30al»O on Spring near
First, with buildings now rented st SI2OO per
month,
IfTiOO per foot buya 20x160 on Fi ring sL, near
Fifth.
fOOO per foot buya 30x160 on Spring near
Fifth, with building.
Ifooo per foot, buys 60x160 on Spring near
Fifth, with building.
tf'MH) per foot buys 70x 160 on Broadway, near
Sixth St. .
I|SKK) |ier foot buys 70x160 on Broadway, noar
Second st.
8800 per foot buys 120 on Broadway, corner
Fourth st.
IH4OO per fool buys 20xl00on Broadway, near
Fifth.
rkHOO i*r twit buys 36 foot front on First, near
Bpring st.
SNB per foot buys 30x130 on Fourth, near
Spring St.
.f213 iH»r flAint font buys 40x120 on Main Bt,
near jiowtoflice.
9 35 per foot buys 100x133 Uis Angeles sL,
near Sixth.
• ■ mm) lm ye a fine lot on Went Seventh. *
<i 32. r i buys a 10l in the Urmetotf tract.
■400 buys a lot on New England St., near
Washington.
IHIOO buys a lot on WestThliileth, nearOrand
aye.
*600 buys a lot on Adams, near Hoover sr.
fIOOO buys a lot on Bonnie Brao St., near
Seventh.
Have a fine list of residences M prices sure to
please. Carriage to show proiairty. 4-30 tf
i>• >(\ koNTHLY FOiT75 MONTHS, NO IN-
terest, buys a beautiful 7-rootn cottagel
hall, double parlors, bow Window, front and
back porch; 70 foot front lot, good barn; near
Belmont avenue mid Temple at. Ablgsnnp;
see It at once. DE LA MONTK, 121 H. Broad
way. 5-6 31
fj>Oß SA LE—MY EQt'ITY IN NICELY IM-
I 1 proved platie on sunny slope, southwest;
lots laOxlOO. al recta 3 sides; worth SHOUO, the
bouse and Improvements IfOOO; 1 will Hell
equity for l«0on, and if 1300 is not due for 3*4
years. Apply owner, 320 W. Flrat st 0-3 Ot
C}> A FINE LKVBf, LOT ON
nTi»»Z«» Court street, close tn; street graded
and sewered; cash, I) veara on tiie bal
ance. This nroiierty would he cheap at ifOOO.
DX LA MONTK, 121 S. Broadway. 0-6 :it
BALK—CITEAPF
J| 2-story new house of 10 rooms, with brfth.
etc,, on west side of L street, between Eleventh
and Twelfth, Pico Height*. I. FITZWILLIAM,
11M South Main street. 4-21 tl
Bl (i SNAP I * 14,000 TAKES THE FINEST
20 acres in Vernon; highly Improvedln
eome propertr. No commission to pay If you
see V. P. BROWN, olllcc A. C. Harper I'ltn)
Works, Second and Vine sis. 0-6 3t
ttlOfUi BI'YS A FINE 4-ItOOM COTTAtIE,
to Belmont nvenue and Temple
street; your own terms. This Is a big snnp.
DE LA MONTK. 121 S. Broadway. 0-6 3t
IjV->R SAI.F, TWO LO IS, CLOSE TO WASIf
1 ington street, on Vermont aye.; for
both; must sell quick. Apply BOX 88, Pico
HEIGHTS. . 8-7 2t
I/O Ult "CHOICB 40>ACRB TRACTS POCTH
: of cily. eDI'TIfEHN CALIFORNIA RKAI.
KSTATK AIIFNCY, 214 X. Spring st. 3.3 lm cod
S'fj/k/| FOR SA LX NEW 0-RODM~irorsE
mITvU on Victoria si. Monthly
.ffIO.OO. ALLISON HARLOW, 227 West Second
sireet. 41 J ll
FOR SALE—COUNTRY FROPSKTT.
COUNTY
PROTECTIVB LAND ASSOCIATION
iNCORrORATKI). CAPITA., $100,000.
P. Wi PAKKHCKKT, Manager.
Lob Angeles Offices:
E. H. THKKLKELO,
100 South Broadway,
I. L. CLARK,
F. COBB.
T. J. MATUICK,
US North STirlng Streot.
Now have for snle on contract Improved nnd
unimproved lands, in largo or small tracts, at
low price*. Information cheerfully given at
above named ollic.es. 4.-11 if
S (in TER a"cRFi SN Al' -CttOICIS LAND AS
2T>:)W t>*y tn California! IM acre* adjoining
town of enrdena, water in lf» feet, will sell
whole or in 10 jicres lots, commence selling
Monday, February*!; if you Intend lo buy bind
for a home or sneeiilntlon examine this prop*
erty at once anil get your eboloe; minst be sold
to close up an estate. Further particulars ais
Tly JOHN L. PA Vl< il Villi, I!<W West First st.
12-18 tf
FINrST~iTaIRY RANCH is
"tr I ( • ' the county, SO acrcß, mostly In alfalfn ;
fenced, with boiuc, barn, corrals, 17 head v
milcli cows, horses, wagons, buggies, farming
utensils, artesian wells, all complete, at only
$175 per acre. 'Ibis property Is near thecity,
unit an undoubted bargain.
3-23 tf T, J. I t I'll V, 20(1 N. Spring st.
DM IN IST R A TO It' S SALE—CHOICE ALFAI.
fa farm; first-class for walnuts, corn,
fruits: cultivated; fenced, artesian vvnter: (10,
-IS, OS acres, or all; near railroad and post
olViec. 1, miles from Los Angeles. EDWIN
BAXTER, attorney, 17S N. Spring; REV. W.
tl. COWAN, I'asadena. 5-3 tf
I Vlit SALE-187 ACRES OF FIRST-CLASS
I improved land, cheap, with water, near
Lemoif station. Inquire ou premises or address
A. P. MONROE, Spadra P.O. 4-15 lm
DENTISTS).
"lfJs'J -Establlsbed--1882r^~~^'
DR. L, ft. W ELLS, COR. OF SPRING AND
First streets, Wilson block, take elevator.
Gold crown nnd bridge work a specialty: teeth
extracted vviihout pain. Room 1. ml tf
Pit. DIITPNUAOHKR, 119'; s.
;|RS»»« Sluing urc ;. renins i ~. ,|
i-.'-'C-a-sJ' •K.-il, extracted and lllled with
f out pain. 7-21 ly
DAMS BROS., DKN 11* TS,~2:l'.)' , T "s. SPRING
bet. Second and Third. Painless lining and
extracting, 40e nndsl. Crowns, $0. Set teeth
fFII to $10. Established in L. A. city 13 yrs. 12-8
DR. S. 11. TOI.HURST, DENTIST.' 108, N.
spring St., rooms 2, 3 nud 7, Painless ex
traction.
jjii \NK STEVENS, 32414 8. SPRING ST.
JT Open Sunday, and evening by electric light.
DR. PARKER. DENTIST, 145 N. bPRINQ.
Telephone, 1 Hi. 3-1-lif
BCDICATIONA'-.
LO." AMiK7.ES HI SINK ss" COLLI:,, E
AND ENGLISH TRAININO SCHOOL,
(Incorporated) 14-1 South Main sireet.
largest and best equipped business training
school on the const. Thorough nnd practical
courses in the commercial, shorthand, type
writtng, teleprnphy, assaying and alt English
branches. Large, able aiul mature faculty of
instructors. Day abd evening sessions. Terms
reasonable. Call at College office, or write for
elegant eainlogue. E. F. sIIRADEU, president;
F. \\. KELsEY, vice-president; 1.. N. INBKEEP,
secretary. S-lti-'.H ii.
business college HAS
JL removed to the upper floor of the Stowcll
block, 220 South Spring street. It lias now the
largest and finest business college rooms in
the state, and the largest attendance of any
commercial school south of San l-'i nncisco.
Fine passenger elevator running direct to
Bebool rooms, rendering slnir-climbing unnec
essary. Tho public ia cordially invited to call
and Inspect the college In Its new location.
Both slay and evening schools in session the
entire summer. Catalogue and College Jour
nal free. ii. A. Hough, President; N. G. Fel
kcr, Vice-President; £. C. Wilsuu, Secy. 5-4 ly
a7~BCHOOL~OF ART AXD DESIGN (IX
j% corporaied). New studies. Entrance in
clianil.ci of commerce. L. HARDEN" MACLEOD,
principal. Pasadena, Tuesdays and Fridays,
kjHORTIIAND AND TYPEWRITING PKAC
ix tlcallv taught, latest Pitman system, at the
LONULE\ INSTITUTE, Spring and First sla
3-7 tf.
t stbVry short!land, typkwritinh
i\ and Business Institute. Take elevator by
People's Store, Phillips block; send for cata
logue. 10-12 12m
TEACHERS' CLASS PRKPAIiIN'i .~FOR COVM
iv examination: positions for govemeesca
nnd teachers. 120', 8. Spring. 12-23-ti
VW ILLHARTITZ, MUSICAL STI'DIo. KouM
. 4, Potomac tiloek. s-13 ly
DYSRf AID FIXISBBBS.
M T-ITROPOLITAN STEAM I'VE W0RK8..241
Fraiikliu street; due dyeing aud clean-
Ing. 1-13-tf
OARISIAnFFyE WORKS, 375 SOUTH MAIN
1 street; Lest dyeing In the city. l-llt-n
| _, MBPaPMa.
\J PARKER. CLAIRVOYANT -Ci iNsi :
.'1 rations on business, love, marriage/dis
ease, mineral locations, life reading, etc.: take
University electrio car to Forrester avenue, to
w.st three blocks on Vine sireet, second house
! from turner ot Vermont avenue.
$100,000 $100,00<]
A IBMERB 7 PLR CENT GOLD BOND
INVKSTMENT.
The second Installment ol the first mortgage
7 per e,. n t gold bonds of the PASADENA AND
MT. WILSON RAILWAY COMPANY Is now
rendy for subscription, In sums to suit at par,
giving the buyer valuable collateral privilege,
which will greatly enhance the value of their
holdings.
Any of these bonds, if desired, will be re
deemed at par and interest, upon one month's
notice after the lime agreed ut«on at time of
sale, thus giving tlio holder a lihcfal interest
for the use of mom-v either for a short time or
for the full term of the bonds. It is believed
that with the small amount of bonds that will
he issued in proportion to the cost and value
of the properi v ow nod by the company, and the
large prospective revenue of the road, that
troth stock and bonds will soon bring a pre
mium In the open market.
~Th<me wishing lo investigate wilh a view to
purchasing bonds, will, by appointment, be
shown over the road and all desired Informa
tion furnished.
The bonds can be purchased from all the
hanks In Pasadena -First National Hank, Pasa
dena. National Hank and Han Gabriel Valley
Hank; and in Los Angeles from the Cftlrens'
Hank and Ihe I.os Angeles Bate Deposit and
Trust Company, .113 South Spring street; also
at tbe Company's office, Grand Opera House
block, Pasadena
Thirty days will be given to purchasers for
settlement.' Among the purchasers ol these
bonds urc the following;
Chas. 11. Frost, I'asadena.
Hon. A. G. Throop, Pasadena.
T. Di Rtmaon. I.os Angeles.
T. W. Brother!.ni, Ixrs Angelee.
P. H. Valletto, I'asadeiuL
J. D. Lincoln. I'asadena.
Mrs. K. T. M. Lincoln, I'asadena.
11. M. Singer, Pasadena.
Col. G. G. Green, I'asadena.
Andrew McNally, Chicago.
A. c. Armstrong, Pasadena. «
D, Qalbraith, Pasadena.
James Smith, Pasadena.
Jt W. Hugos, Pasadena.
Han Gabriel Valley Hunk, Pasadena.
G. Koseoc Thomas, I'asadena.
C. W, Brown, Paaadena.
T. H. C. Low c, Pasadena.
Mrs. A. L. I.ouc. Pasadena.
Lowe Emerson, Cincinnati, O.
A. P. West, Los Angeles.
Wm. 11. Knight, Los Angeles
Mrs. E. T. Williams.
W. 11. Himmons, Pasadena.
Mrs. Martha Vaughan, Chicago.
All bonds settled for before May 30th will
have July coupons on, thus giving Ihe pur
chaser equal to 3 per cent discount.
'I he first iassue was so promptly taken, it is
believed thai this Issue, being tne last that will
carry special advantages, will la' taken within
a few days. To a party with a capital of
*>90,000 or more nn unusually good business
opening will he presented.
For more complete information and particu
lars, enll on or address
T. a C. LOWE,
President Pasadena & Mt. Wilson Railway Ce.,
Grand opera House Block,
Pasadena, Cal.
4-30 tf
ruaitio h
<21 X nfkfV-" 0 ACRES, RICH LOAM POTT*
I.MM.RJ located 1 mile of railroad ana
good town, within 17 miles of Lor Angeles; 3
tares in bearing navel oranges, It) lemon trees,
Bsc res in soft snell walnuts, about 10 acres in
deciduous fruits; ornamental plants, roses,
magnolias, gravel driveway; frontß 100-foot
avenue; 20 acres in alfalfa. ' The balance is all
tine fruit and farming land. Fine modern
built house of 7 rooms, ftnlshe'd In curly red
wood, line mantels, closets, bath rooms; house
of 4 rooms for servanta; good barn and out
buildings. Th*' Mace is all under fence and
cross-fenced • artesian wells, and water piped
all over the place and in th*' lnuiae. Will trade
tiiis magnificent farm for good Northern Cali
fornia property. Call or address GRIDEIt A
DOW, 100', S. Broadway. 4-0 su mo tv th tf
~~" Ordinance No. 16497"
(NKW SERIES )
AN ORDINA NO* DECLARING THE INTBN- i
. \ tlou of the mayor and council of the
city of Loa Angeles to establish the grade of
Union avenue, from Xlevt nth street to Pico
street.
Tho miTorand oouncll of the city of Los An
geles do ordain as follows;
Hxctiun 1 That it is the Intention of the
council of tho city of Los Angeles to establish
the grade or Union aveuue, from J£leventb
street lo Pico street, as follows; At tbe Inter
section of Eleventh street 27 SO on the south- {
west and southfaar. corner; at the intersection ,
nl A infitld street 32 01) on tho northwest and 1
northeast corner and 3£ 40 on tbe southwest j
and southeast corner; at the Intersection of
Twelfth street 114.00 on tho uorthwest and ,
northeast corner and 34.40 on the s,mthwest (
and southeast corner; nt tho intersection ol j
Girard street :<0.75 on the northwest and north- ',
. east corner and 36.00 on the soutnwett and ,
southeast corner; at the Intersection of Pico
sircel, 37.38 on the northwest corner and ,
37.26 on the northeast corner, and at all
points between said dsiignate) points
the grade shall he established so aB to conform
toas'raight line drawn botween said desig
nated points.
Elevations are In feet and bjlow city datum
plana.
Sac. 2. Thecity e'erk ihall certify to the
passage of thli ordinance, and Html! cause the
same to be published for ten days lv the
I.". Angeles Hbuild, and thereupon and
thcroalterltshailtakeetTcctand beln foroa.
1 herobr certify that tho foregoing ordinance
wa« adopted by the council of the city of Los
Angeles, at! la meeting of April 24, 1803.
U. A. LUCKKNBACH, City Clork.
Approved this Ist day ot May, 180.1.
5 4 lOt 'T. K. ROWAN, Mayor.
Notice of Utile of Real Estate Under
Execution.
QHKRIFF'.S SALE—NO. 4633. NOTICE OF
kj fi*lo of real estate under execution.
Maggie - Ayers. plaintiff, vs. JamesM Deasey
and Frank Ward, defendants.
My vtrlue of an exo< utiontssued ont of thesu
perior court of the city and connty of San Fren
ch) o stale of California,wherein Maggies,. Ayers,
p.alutlft, and James M. Deasey, ot al., defend
ants, upon a judgment rendoed the 7th day of
July, A U 1892. for the sum of $88 20, lv law
fu I money of the United states, besides ooat and
Interest, i have, this day levied upon all the
right, title, claim and Interest of said defend
ant*, James M. Deasey-et al,, of, in and to the
followln. described real estate, situate in the
counti of i.os Angeles, stato of California, and
bounded and described as follows:
Forty (40) feet off the south side of lot seven
(7) of Haves' addition to sunset fact (In the
city and i onnty of Los Angeles, slate of Califor
nia ), to. per map thereof recorded in book 11,
page s5 of miscellaneous records, in the office
ol tlie county recorder of Los Angeles oounty,
which tald property now stands on the record
nf said county lv the name ot Nellie D. Malley,
wife of O. F. Malley.
Public notice Is hereby glvon that I will, on
Monclar, iho22d day of May, A. D. 1803, at 12
o'clock m. of that day. In front of the court
house door of the couutyof Los Angeles, Broad
way entrance, sell at public auction, for lawful
money of the Untted states, all the tight, title,
claim and Interest of said defendants, James It.
Penary et al., of, in aud to the above desor'.jed
property, or so much thereof as may be neces
sary to ■ alie sufficient to satisfy said judgment,
wilh interest and colts, etc.. to tho highest and
best bl der.
Dated this 28th day of April, 1«03.
J. 0. OLINE,
Sheriff of Los Angeles County,
By .1. O LOWE, Deputy Sheriff.
J. 0. m \ krabik Attorney for Plaintiff,
4 28 Frl 4t
Notice Inviting Street Work Pro
posals.
■pUKsr'ANTTO STATUTES AND TO ORDI-
I nance No 1640 of the council of tha
■ilv of Los Angeles, adopted April 24, 1893,
di recti uk this notice the undeisignei invites
»:■< ! will receive at his office in the clt» hall,
no lo li o'clock a. m. of Monday May IS,
1 s;);t, scaled proposals or bids, for the following
otktobe done according to specifica
tions No IS for cnnstrnctlng cement side
walks lv the olty of Los A ngeles, posttd and on
i le. ihi-rcloradopted, or herein mentioned, to-
I wit-
That a cement aldewalk six feet in width
bu constructed along each s.de of said
Alpine street from the easterly line of
Centennial sireet to the westerly line of Uflpor
Main street, (excepting such portions of said
street between said points along which a
cemen sidewalk has teen constructed and
d), said sidewalk to be constructed In
accordance with specifications ou file in the
office of the clly clerk, said specifications being
Lumbered twelve.
Bidders must rile with each proposal or bid a
eh, ck payable to the order of the mayor of this
city, certified by a renponsible bank, for an
amount whioh sbalt not be less than ten por
' cent ol tbe aggregate ot the proposal, or a bond
for i he .aid amount aad ao payable, signed hy
tin l ul,ler aud by two sureties, who shall jus
■ lih . h fore any officer competent, to administer
an'o-ah in double the said amount, and over
: and ahovealHtatutory exemptions.
In bidding nso blanks which will be fur
nished by tne city clerk upon application.
I.os Angeles. C.l , May 8,18 <3
i C. A LUCKENBACH.
( itv clerk and ex-officioclvrk ol the loun-il of
th • cltv of Lo* Anie'ca. 5-8 2t I
Ordinance No. 16*7.
(NEW BKRIE3.)
AN ORDINANCE DECLARING THB in
tention of the mayor and oouncll of the
clly of Loe Angeles to change and establish
the grade of west line of Olive street from
Third street to Second street and fixing the
limits of ihe district to be assessed te pay tbe
cost, damages and expenses thereof.
'the mayor and council of the olty of Los An
geles d-> ordala as fallow;
SecTioa 1. That tt Is the intention of tho
counoll of the olty of Loa Angeles to change
and establish the grade of the west line of
Olive street Irom Third street to Second sireet
as follows:
At the Intersection ot Third street, as now es
tablished 130, SO oa the northwest corner; at a
point 100 feet north of the northwest corner of
Third atreet 134 20: eta point 60 feet north
from the last mentioned point 131.00; at a
point 835 feet north of the last mentioned
point IOLOO, all said mentioned poluts being
on the west Bide of olive street; at the Intersec
tion of Second street 94.00. And a' all points
between said designated points the grade shall
he established so as to conform to a straight
line drawn between (eld designated points
Elevations are In feet and above city datum
plane.
Sic. 2. The boundaries of the district to be
affected by said change and to be assessed to
pay the damages tbat may be awarded by rea
son of such change of grade are hereby desig
nated and established as follows: Beginning
at the southwest corner of Second and Olive
streets, thenoe westerly along the southerly
line ef Second street 165 feet to a point; thence
southerly on a line parallel to and 165 feet
westerly of the westerly line of Olive street to
a point on the northerly line of Third street,
tbence easterly along the northerly line of
Third street to the northwest coiner of Olive
and Third street, thenoe northerly along tbe
westerly line of Olive street to the point ot be
ginning, excepting therefrom any public street
or alley that may He within the above de
scribed diatrict.
Sac. 3. Thecity olerk shall certify to the
passage of this ordinance and shall cause the
same to be published for ten day* In the Loi
Angeles Hkiiald and thereupon and thereafter
it shall tako effect and be In force.
1 hereby certify that the foregoing ordinance
wan adopted by the counoll of the city ot Los
Angeles at its meeting of April 24th. 1803.
C, A. LUCKENBACH, Cltv Clerk.
Approved this Ist day of May, 1893.
5-4 lOt T. E. :ROWAN, Mayor, _
Notice inviting Proposals for the
Purchase of One Steam Engine,
Willi a Hose Wagon and 1600 Feet
of Hose.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED
by the undersigned up to 11 o'oiook a m.
of Monday, May 22, 1893, for furnishing the
UHy of Lbs Angeles with ono new second-ola.s
steam fire enilne, together with a hose wagon
aud ISOO feat of cotton fabrio hose.
Proposals will be reoelved from bidders to
fnrnlsh any or all apparatus enumerated,
either separately or aa a whole.
Bidders will f urolah de igns with bid for one
and two-horse hose wagon.
A certified check to the order of the under
signed for $000 npon bids for tbe engine and
$100 npon bids for the hose wagon, aud $200
upon bids for fire hose, mast accompany each
proposal as a guarantee that the bidder will
enter Into a contract it awarded to him, in con
formity with his bid.
Council reserves ths right to rejsot any and
all bids.
By order of the council of the olty of Los An
geles at Its meeting of April 24,1803.
0. A. LUCKKNBACH, City Clerk.
■ 4 27 261.
Notice of the Filing of the Report ot
the Commissioners Appointed for
the Widening of Pieo Street from
Main Street to Figneroa Street, in
Compliance With Ordinance No.
134)7 (New Series), Together With
the Plat of the Assessment District.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A CBR
tified copy of th ) report, assessment list
and plat of the commissioners appointed to
assess benefits and damages and to have general
supervision of tbe proposed work of widening
Pico street from Main street to Figueroa street,
has been filed in the office ot the unders'.gned.
All sums levisd and assessed In said assess
ment list are due and payable immediately.
The payment of said suits is to be mad') to ma,
in my office within thirty days from the first
publication of this notice.
All asses' ments not paid before the expiration
of ssld thirty days will be declared to become
delinquent, and therealter five per cent, with
the cost of advertising will be added therein.
Dated this 2d day of May, A. D., 1893.
D. A. WATAON, Street Superintendent.
By A. I. Stkwart, Deputy. 0 2 1m
Notice of Dissolution of Corporation.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE COoN
ty of Loa Angeles, State of California—No
tice of dissolution of corporation, Tbe Loe An
geles Gas Company.
Pursuant to the order of tbe court, notice la
hereby given that on the 28th day of April,
1593, Ths Los Angelea Gas Company and the
directors thereof, by leave of court Srst ob
tained, filed tn tbe office of the clerk of tbe
Superior Court of the county of Los Angelas
their petition for the voluntary dissolution of
said corporation.
All persons Interested will take notice that
on Monday, the 12th day of June, 1893, the
petitioners will, unless objections be atisd, ap
ply to tho court for the order prayed for at De
partment 0, in the County Court House oft bs
county of i.os Angeles,
All persons having snoh objections must file
the saint with the clerk of this court at auy
time before the expiration of this notice.
Dated thla 28th day of April, 1803.
Heal of 00. Olerk] T. H. WARD, Clerk.
By F. B. I ownv, Deputy.
Cheney & Uronln, Attorneys for Petitioners.
4-29 451
Notice—Application for Lleucse.
STATE OF CALIFORNIA, OOUNTY OF LOS
Angeles, s«.
IT. 11, Ward, clerk of the connty of Los An
gelis, California, and ex officio olerk of the
board of supervisors thereof, do hereby certify
tbat, under the provisions of an ord'nanceen
tltlad, ' Ordinance impoalng Licenses and Fix
ing Rates Thereof in ihe County of Los Ange
les, State of California," passed by said board
March 4, ISO 3 the following applications for
a license under section 3 thereof, have been
filed with said board, and tbat the hearing of
said applications has by satd board been fixed
for the 12th day of May, 1893, at 10 o'clock
a. m., to wit :
Filed, April 29, 1803, Marlus Blanc; location,
Verdugo Rosd, corner of road through Eagle
Rock valley to Pasadena: business, saloon.
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my
hand and affixed say official seal this 3d day oi
May, 1803.
T. H. WARD.
Clerk of Los Angelee county, Callfor
[Sen.l] nls, and ex officio clerk ol the board
ef supervisors thereof.
5-4-7t By J. M. DUNSMOOR, Deputy.
Notice Invitliitr Proposals to Con
struct and Set in Place a Steel
Water Tank in the Rear of the City
liall of the City of Los Angeles.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED
by the undersigned up to 11:00 o'clock a.
m , of Monday, May Bth, 1893, to construct
and set in p aco In the yard back of the olty
hall of the city of Los Angeleß, one steel water
tank, according to specifications on file in the
office ct the city clerk,
A certified check lo tbe order of tbe under
signed tor $00 must accompany each proooial,
as a guarantee that the biddei will enter into a
contract if awarded to him in conformity with
his bid.
Council reserves the right to reject any and
all bids.
By order of the Council of the oily of Los An
geles at Its meeting of April 24tb, 1803.
C. A. LUCKKNBACH,
4-27 12t City Clerk.
Notice to Stockholders.
CALIFORNIA AND ARIZONA RAILWAY
Company. Tbe Annual meeting of the
atoekholders of tbe California aed Arizona
Raliwuy company wl 1 he held at tho office of
tbe company, lv the elty of Lo. Angeles, on
Wednesday, May 10, 1893, at 10 o'clock a. ra.,
to eloct a board of directors for the ensuing
year and to transact such other business as may
properly come before the meeting.
FRANK H. PAT) EE. Secretary.
Los Angeles, Cel., April2s, 1893.
4 26-14t
Notice to StocKholders.
PACIFIC LAND AND IMPROVEMENT
Company. The annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Paclflo Land and Improve
ment company will be held at the office of tbe
company. In the city of Los Angeles, on Wed
neaday. May 10. 1893. at 11 o'clock a.a., to
elect a board of directors for tbe ensuing year
and to transact Buch other business aa may
properly coino before tne meeting.
FRANK H. PATTSS, Secretary.
Loa Angeles. Cal., April 25. 1898. 4-26 2w
Proposals for Building; Site.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT PRO
POSES for fnrnlshtng a lot in tbe buMoeas
portion oil/os Angeles, suitable for the erec
tion 'hereon of an Odd F- Hows' temple, will
be received at the office of the Odd Fellows'
Ball Association up to May 15th. bald pro
posals must be in writing, and state alie of lot,
location and price.
W. A. BONYNGE, BeCr,
4-15 lm 115 R. Broadway.
Notice ot Franchise.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN THAT AN Ap
plication has been made to tbe boatd ol
trustees of tbe town of Sauta Monioa to grant a.
franchise for the erection, conitruation and
maintaining on the streets, alleys an 1 places of
said town of Sauta Monica of poles and con
duits, and the stilnglng of wile thereon for tho
purpose of conducting electricity for electric
light* and electric energy, and for furnishing
the same to said municipality and the inhabit
ants thereof for the term of Of ty years from the
date of tbe paiiage of the ordinance
granting of said franchise, and that it is pro
posed lo grant the same; and that the board of
trustee! of tho said town of Santa Monlba will
on Monday, June 12,1893, at 8 o'clock p. m..
ol laid day meet in open sesilon, and read any
and all bids which may hare been received for
tnc purchase of said franchise.
Tho franchise proposed to be Bold and grant
ed by said board of trustees is fully described
aa follows, to wit:
ORDINANCE NO. ... ..
An ordinance tirantlng to and as
signs a franchise for Hi- <-i< etrlc poles, string
ing wires, and conitructlng conduits for tbe
transmission of electriolty aud electrical en
ergy through the olty oi Banta Monica.
The board of trustee! of the town of Santa
Monica do ordain as follows:
Bbctioh 1
and their assigns are hereby granted
for the period of fifty (80) years from date
hereof the right to erect and malntalu polos
upon, end to run wires over and along the pub
lic streets, alleys aud places in the town of
Santa Monioa, and also to construct and main
tain thereon under ground conduits all for the
purpose of carrying, furnishing and distribut
ing electricity and electrical energy for motive
power engines, motors, elevators, lightning,
and for any other purpose for which eleotrlclty
may be used.
Sac. 2. Such poles as are erected shall not be
placed nearer together than 100 feet, excepting
at intersections, and sball in all cases ba set
flush with tbe Inner edge of the ourb when not
otherwise directed by the board of
trustees, whioh shall also have tbe right
to designate the points at which par
ticular pole* shall be set, and whioh shall also
have tbe right to order tho removal of any poles
which it may designate. In no case shall auy
wire on any pole be at less distance from the
ground than twenty feet, except where connec
tion li being made from a pole to the side of a
building,
Hnc, 3. All underground conduits construct
ed hy laid company shall bs place* In such
portion! of the streets ot alleys, and pieces, and
at such depth! below tbe surface of th j ground
a* the board of trustees may djlrect.
Sac. A, The town of Santa Monica ihall bave
the right at all time to use tbe poles and con
duits of Bald company, without cost to said
town, for the pnrpose of running and laying
such wires as It may neod for lta fire and police
alarm, and telegraph aud telephone purposes.
See. 5. Actual work of coustruc Ing and
ereotlng said poles shall uommenco within 30
days from the date of granting ot this fran
chise, and said grantee must have electrio
light tnrned on, and ready to furnish iald town
or tbe Inhabitants thereof with electrio lights
within six .uouths Irom the date of tbe passage
of this ordinance, and said grantee snail de
Soslt with the treaiurer of the towu of Santa
lon lea the aom of onethouiand dollars In law
ful money of tbe United States of Am'tics, be
fore the taking effect of this ordinance, to on
retained by Baid town aa fixed and liquidated
damages if said grantee or assigns shall fall in
auy of tbe requirements of tbii section.
Sac. li. Tne board of truiteoa ahall at all
tlmei have the right to regulate tho charges to
conmmsri of eleotrlc light! furnished nnder
the provision» and grants lv this ordlneuce.
and said grantee shall pay all colts pf publica
tions required by law In r jlatlou to the grant
ing of this franohise before tha same sball take
effect
Sac. 7. Thla franchise is granted on each
end all cf tha conditions herein contained,and
a failure to oumply with each or any of said
conditions ahall work as a forfeiture of all
rights herein granted.
Sac 8. The clerk of the towu ot SantaMon
lca iballce-ttfy to tbe passage of tbla ordinance
and cauie the lame to he pnbllih-d oace lv the
Santa Monica Outlook, a newspaper pnbliah d
and circulated within tho town ol Sauta Mon
ica.
Pass 1893.
Preildent of the Board of Truiteei of the town
of Santa Monica.
I, C. 3. Dale*, clerk of the town of Santa Mon
ica, and ex-offlclo clerk of the board ef trdsteet
of said town do certify thai tbe foregoing ordi
nance was duly passed at a regular meeting of
said board n*ldon the day of ,
1893, by the following vote: Ayes
no
and was then and there signed by tbe president
of said board of trustees.
Clerk.
Sealed proposals will be received by the town
clerk at bis office in the bank block, corner of
Third street and Oregon avenue, of the town of
Santa Monioa, Los Angeles una y. Oalifornia,
at any time oa or befo.e June 12, 1593, at 7:30
o'clock p. m., for tne purcTiave uf nwt-i r r smhi-«
subject to th 3 following roudltloos, towit: Each
bid shall contain a cortified chtct for the
amount of tho bid payable to tbe order of the
president of tbe board of trustees of the town
of Santa Monica, and also a certified check for
the sum of one hundred dollars payable as
aforesaid.
And it is made a further condition of the sale
of said franchise to the tuecessfut bidder, tbat
heshali within two days aftnr the accedence
of iald bid pay to the treasurer of the town of
Santa Monica,*tho amount of th* cost of adver
tising of thia notice, and of publication of ibe
ordinance, and In c«.*e he fail to pay the aame
tben laid cheoa for $100 snail lo forfeittd »o
the town as liquidated damages. Aud on ac
ceptance of any bid all otner certified checks
than those of tne luccessful bidder ihall be re
turned to tbe bidder so e-jclostug Item.
By order of the hoard of triitnee.
[ska! j C.S. DALES, Clerk.
8 3 Ut
Notice of Hale ot Real Estate.
NOTICE IS HKRgHY GIVEN THAT IN
pursuance of an order of the superior court
In and for the county of Los Angales, sta-e of
California made on the 25|h day of April,l 893,
in the mailer of the estate of Thomas B. Brown,
deceased, the nudersUui d, the admluHtralr! x
of the Dilate of Thomai B. Brown, deceased,
will sell at private sale to the highest bidder
(for cash, or, at ber option, for not Je*s
than one third OMb, balance on or be,
tore the expiration ,-)l one year from
date of lonflr .nation of naln, wltri Interest al
eight per cent per year, payablo yearly, and
subjeot to confirmation by said nunerior court),
on or alter Monday, the I6l!i day of M«y, 18 >:>,
all the right title, Hit-rest ari l eitue n' the
■aid Thomas B. Brown at Hie time of his death,
and all the right, title and lnteiest that tbesald
estate hai, by operation of law or otberwl* -, *c
quired other than or in addition to that of the
said Thomas B Brown, deceased, at ihe tim*i of
hi* death, In and to all those c o tain lot*, pluoea
or parcel! of lend iltuate, lying and being In
the aald county ot Un Aniti'ies, itnle of Califor
nia, aud bounded Rud dascribecl as fullowa, to
wlt:
Firit— In the city of Los Angolo*. In the "Bol
gravla" tract, according tn the map of mibdlvl
slnu tbercof, recorded In book 23 of nilscollann
oiii records of said county, page 54, lota I. 2,
4,5. 8, 20, 21, 22, 10, 211, 24, 2tl, 7, 8, U, 10, 11,
12,13,14,15, 10 and 17.
Seoon i»-In the elty of Los Angules, Iv the
MeGarry tract, according to the map of subdl
vlilon thereof, recorded In hook M of mlsoel
laneous records, pige (19 of the public records
of iald county.
Loll 3 aud I) In block "0," lots :i2, 24, 40 and
north 2 feot of 41 in block "JJ," tlio i-ist 9 fisnt
of lot 28. and lots 29 and 87 of block B, and
lota tl, 7, 25, 27 and 31 of block F.
Third—ln the town of Santa, Monica In said
county, lot! "A" and "B"of blook 122, loti "X"
and --S" of block fil), aud 10l "O" of block 104.
according to tho man of anlxlivlslon of laid
towu, recorded In the reoorder * oltlouof aald
county, lv book 3 of Miscellaneous record!,
pages so and 81.
Under the order of the court aforsaaid, the
administratrix may sell the said rial estate,
either In one parcel or In lot* or subdivisions
thereof, a* the shall deem must beneficial to
aald estate
Terms and ooudltlom of sale: Canh in gold
coin ol the United Mates, on confirmation
of aale by said superior conrt. Deed at ex
pense of purchaser, or at the option of the ad
mlni-tratrlx, a portion of tbe putc jaie price,
not leu than one third there f on confirmation
of salobysald supirlor court, and tho balance
thereof on or before the expiration ol not more
than oue year after date of such confirmation,
with interest on said deferred payment at the
rate of c gbt per cent per year, (merest payable
annually, both principal and Interest iv Unit-d
Ntetea gold coin, the deferred payment to be
evidenced by proper promissory note or notes,
and secured by proper mortgage upon the
property seld.
Bids or offer! must ho in writing and may ba
lull at ths office ol Smith ,t Winder, attorneys
at law, No. 315 New High street, Los Angeles
oity. or delivered to thu adminlstrattlx person
ally, or filed in tbe office of the clerk of the
superior court of U>* Angelas connty, at any
time after the Ant publication o'. this notice
and before ihe miking of iheiale.
ELEANOR T. BROWN,
Admlnlitratrlx of tho estate of Thcmaa B
Brown,deceased.
Dated April 28, 1893, ' 4-28 194
Stockholders' Meetinir.
OFFICE OF THE CALIFORNIA sP'V !R
Pipe Company, No. 248 Bouth flro id , .
Loi Angelei, Jal., April 20, 1893.
A meeting of Ibe sto-kholdorg of the Califor
nia sewer Pipe Company will b) held at the j
office o| tne comjpauy. lv Iho city ol Lo, Auga
'es. C.l ,on Wednesday, Mar 10, 1898, ai 2
o jlocn p.m. of said date, tor tbo election of a !
board uf Director! for lue ensuing year, end
lor the ir.nsaelion of such other uu.L.eas as
may properly be brought before laid meeting.
By request ol a majority of the atockfiolderi.
•■-•»'> l 8 If Wi.TT.eW-.-.
Notice of Sale of Franchise.
NOTICE IS lIEHKDY GIVEN* THAT THE
Council nf the city of LtM Angele* hu re
ceiver! an application for a franchise for the
construction aud operation of a itreet railway
track over Ihe route herinafter described, ami
tuat the said council will, on the sth day of
June. 1893, receive nnd open sealed proposals
for the purchase of the franchise, described im
follows, Vo-wlt:
Ordinance no
(NIW »s»is».)
An ordinance granting to art
assigns the right to construct and operate a
street railroad track along certain streets tn
tbe cltv of I.os Angeles.
Themsyor and council of the city ef Los
Angeles to ordain as follows:
Section 1 That the ngnt of way be end tbe
same is hereby granted to
or assigns for the term of thirty years from
the date of this ordinance over and along the
public streets In the city of Los Angele* herein
after named for tbe purpose of constructing,
operating and maintaining a single track stic-sl
railway, the aame to be ocerated in connection
with the present single track now oonstruete*
along said street', together with the right to
cons'met necessary properties, structures an*
attachments for the purpose of operating >stl
rsd.rnad track in connection with tald track
already laid, by electricity; provided tbat aaid
i track shall at all times be used and maintained
according to the provisions of this ordinance.
I'll i streets and portioni of streets over
which tbis right of way il granted are des
cribed as follow*, to wit: Beginning at ths in
tersection of New Main street aud Marchcsiault
street.and running thencealong New Main street
to Kuhrts itreet; thenoe along Kuhrti itreet to
Ml-slon road; thence along Mission road to Al
bert street
Together with the right to make Uie neo <t
sary curves and connections of street Inters >
tious.
It is expressly understood that the
track herein authorised to bs lad
must be laid equidistant from the
cmler line of salu streets with the track already
laid thereon: and that said tracks shall b9 aa
near to eacb other as a proper regard for safety
will allow.
It I* farther expressly understood tbat no
rltin Is granted hereby for the construction ot
any switch or switches along tbe line of said
iDvet railway track.
skc 2. Tbe grantee and his assigns shall use
in I no construction of said road tbe belt mate
rial, including the lateit approved and beat
street railway rail, inch as is used on first class
roads; and shall pivn or macadamise said road
between the rails and for te o feet on each side
thereof wlib the lame material used by ths city
upon the streets over which said road runs re
spectively: aud shall keep said track constantly
In repair, f|u>h with the street, end provided
with suitable crosalnii: and shall make the
roadbed to conform at all times lo tbe estab
lished a rade of the streets. All repairs and
grades shall he made under the Instruction and
to the satisfaction of the street superintendent
of nald city.
The grantee shall at all times when ordered
by the attest superintendent repair said track
or roadway or the sireet between the ralli and
for two feet on each aide tbereol
according tv the Infractions nf aald itreet
supelritendont: and in cue said grantee or
his assign! shall fall to comply with the In
structions nf said itreet superintendent for ten
dais nflir notice thereof, he, the satd street
superlnteneeut. is empowed to enter upon tbe
road of said grantee or his assises and do the
work so ordered, and keep an itemised account
of the coal thereof which said grantee and hia
assigns, by the acceptance of tbis fianchfse,
h 'ri hy avrees to pay Immediately npon lta
presentation to the local aient of said itreet
rail wa)- stationed in tbe oity of Los Angelee,
Provided further that said grantee or bis
assigns shell construct all necessary water
aco'iedncts for the carrying ot water under
their track* wherever tho same naturally
fiowa: and that a 1 curbs and aequeducta shall
bo constructed nnder specifications approved
by the oily engineer of seld city of Los Angelea
It is understood tbat tbe grantee or his
asalgni sball bave the right to excavate or re
move portions of the street necessary to prop
erly eonstract and lay satd railway track, and
to properly equip iald roan.
Ills understood further that th> city, fnmak-
Ing tbe grant of this franchise, expressly re
serves the right to pave, maoadamize, renew or
lower any of sa d streets, or to lay any pipes
therein: such work to bsdone fo as to Injure
said road as little as possible
The cars npon iald roul shall not be allows!
to alarm upon itreet Intersections or on mala
Htreets in luob a manner as to obstruct the
use of -aid street by vehicles.
if poles be erected to carry wires for tho
operation of stld track said poles' shall be,
placed along the euro lines of said street over
wbicn tbis privilege extendi, and all pol»s so
erected shad be straight, plain and painted.
Sat:. 3. That the rate of fare for anydls
| tanoe along said road or Its branches,
one way, shall not exceed Are rents
I for one poisenger; and tbat ptrsen*
! nnder eighteen years of age whoattend thepub.
Ho acheoli of said city ihall be required to pay
bnt half fare: provided faid pnpiis shall pur
chase their llckots in quantt lei of at leaat one
dollars worth at a 6'me streh tleksjt* to be avail
able for passage only o 'tween tne hours of S a.
m and tip. m. In actual passage to and from
school; and iald grantee or hi* assigns snail
sell inch ticket* whenever requested ioio do by
a purl! who sball present a ctriifi?ete from a
teacher, approved by the sup'rfntendent of the
school,; of iald cltv, that he or ihe Is tut h pupil
of said schools.
Said grantee or assigns shall carry policemen,
firemen and United - toes msll oairlcrs fiee on
aaid cars when on duty, subject at all times to
tbe ruloi of said road.
The granteeor assign* shall carry park oom-
I min'onei*. fire oornmuiloneri, police oommli
slo.eri aud cuunclimeu whoshtll bsj in oiflce
aficr January 1.1S0&, free on laid can at all
times. , ~ .
Tn ■ grantee and hia assigns ihall, on or be
fore December 15th of each and every rear pay
tr. thecity license colleotor the annual llceim<*
noon each car fixed by the exiitlng ordinances
ofialdcit}.
Sri; 3 Thli franchise is granted upon tha
express ODndltlous that any streot ra'iroad
company constructed or oueratad onier tbis
franchlie shall transfer pesitngers with any
other street railroad now existing, or tbat may
be hereafter construct-d In the city of Los An
gelas, at any point where suoh roadi cross or
Intersect; aim that the alnye transfer of pas
icugerißball ba made between all other sireet
rail o»a« and branches, or division* thereof
owned, operated or controlled or conducted by
the person or corporation nonatruotlni, own
ing, ointrolllng or operating any roid under
this franchise, and all other street railroads In
•he clly ol I ■»« Angeles- crossing or intersecting.
Provided that inch corporation, enmpauy or
ri-non soopc'ttlinaror controllingsvoetra I ways
ii tho city of Lo* Auk lies shallonli bereqdltea
to Issue transfer! lo pasiengori payln* full e«ih
fan a, and lo suhool children paying half fares
('belt oVru llnei excepted). No rights a>o here
by granted for the occupation of Ihe bridge
oroislug the Lo* Angeles river *t Knhrt* strait
tn addition to Ihn righti already granted to the
Paclflo Railway company or Hi granteei there
°B«c, 4. Tbe above right! and privilege! »ro
granted upon the exnreu coudltlon that work
upon the aald ro*d ahall be oninmenoed wJtulii
»lx mouths, and that the w+iole thereof snail
ba completed and In operation within one year
from the d tie ot the acceptance of thil frau
oblso; and that sai l road shall be operated by a
l-rvlce of not more than 15 minutes bilwofn
eaoh rar; andihonld ihe lams bo unused or nn
operatid for thirty drji, then this franehlaa
snail beoome fo felted fc
Tnli franchise I* granted upon the coodl
tloui herein set forth, and a failure to comply
with each or any of said condl lons sha,l oper
ate a* a forfeiture of the whole of laid Iran
ohi*<>. . ~
8).o. 5. The giantoe hereto shall, within
thirty day* of the approval ol thli ordinance,
file a a-ceptsiice of all the terras and
conditions buieol with the city clerk, ana a
failure to file sail acceptance shall oparata aa
a forftlturo of said franchise.
Auy person presenting sealed proposal! for
the purchase of said load ihall inclose there
with a Derailed check for ten par cent of the
amount hid by him for laid franchlie. The
luocessful bidder for laid franohi c will be re
quired to file w th the oitv olerk within five
days from tho acceptance of bl« bid a bond with
two suro'.le*, conditioned for the faithful per
formance of the term* of iald franchlie and
all o! them; said bond to be in the peual sura
of ten thousand dollar* ($10,000), and to be
approved hy the city council
TThe purchaser of said franchise will bo re
quired io pay the full amount of the purchase
price therefor into the olty tressury ol iald Bltf
before the publication of the ordinance grant
fug Ihe same. „, .
C. A. LUCKENB/ CH, Oity Clark,
5 * lOt
LOOK HERE! LOOK HERE! LOOK!
Notice of Administrator's Bale.
IN PURSUANUB OF AN ORDER OP THE.
superior court of the c.ouuly of LJu '""
geles, Blato "I rallfoi nl«, made on the 20 nay
of May, 18»:;, ibe underskued, the adminis
trator of thu est .te of Peter Luiiny, deca;" <j>
will soil, at orlvaionalr, ou or oiler
day of May." 18113, subjeot to confirmation uv
the court, the I llowlng doiortbsd real estate oi
said doceaeed, to-wlt: , . . .
The west half ot lot eighteen (18), b'ortk L, 01
the Allsotrac-. in the oily of LuS Angles and
thecountr of l/is Angelel, al shown on vie
map ol wild irsi i.of iccord In he count) re
el.-,1 u'soilice ol said county, with tho dwelling
1 hniisi in d inipr.o ii enta th-reon. .
T rmsani c.ieLiiou.o'sale: Hold coin of tbe
Piri d-rat s. I.uper cent of the purchase
i m . ii-,., n i .cccivance ot the bid; the balance,
: ca. ii i.l . o uirniatlonof sale, p.ens
atiii'.-ex . lot pu chaser. Bid* must toe
In ill ■;, icl m vbo 'all at the law office of
• Kdw.n H •>•«-. North Spring atreet, rewm
8, or with me undersigned. «t 831 and 323
Allso (truet, city cf Lus Augele'-
RICHARD MOLONY,
Administrator
LoiAngolo', May 4, 1893.
Edwin Baxter, attorney lor iald estate. |

xml | txt