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Perwrn* wanting slinatlon*, help, <t wishing
to rent, btry or sell property will do well 10 ad-
Temso In Tut. Hskai p.
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lalnedst tho following places: Spring
and Second, First and Spring, Junction Temple
and Spring, frrmt of Oermsnia i Mioon, Mulr. st-
Our sign lrrmeafes our address, (lis Bellevue
avenue. Don't be imposed upon l.v Imitators.
Buy the genuine article st tho abovi locations.
We are the originators ol the genuine 'l. xus
lamales in LOI Aitgele 12 14 bin
OTICF.—THE LOS ANGELKS I ITY wTtEK
company Will strictly enforce t lie foil..*. Ing
rule: The hours for S[»rrnl(lltic nr. between 0
and S o'clock a. m. and tl and m o'clock p. in.
For a violation of the above regulation the
water will be shut off nnd a lino oi I*2 will be
rsliarged before the water w ill be turned on
SVECIAI'TBACH Ki:.'• EX« 'Uit' nc To cm.
and points can't, o\'or Don .■ 1 nnd ,';o»
tlia'nde and Rook Island! route, under niaiuige
moiit ol A. Plilllip.-i A Co. Mnv 2i!tb, .'loth and
June 94. Qgne, 188 8. BI'KING ST B-17 151
v. Print In sight, with grsati - pool and no
on racy. Prlee and psvmonis - ,s>. pther mn-
Chlneii for ropl or for ssle cheap. LONGLEY
eiWsAGNKR, Spring nn-l Mrsl sts
jriICMENT SIDEWAI.KS,"I 1 aIsTeMEN'I r"lx>OßB
" Band reservo ■ . 5c ts>f '
Lrffk and eSMeiil -.york repaired. I'L'
M ADRIAN, 400 Kan Pedro si. 5-5 11
TtNClb s-aM wink7-kllak8!""X1'le 1
J Wholesale and retail. Sononin and
dTy anil sweet wines. Brandies, wt
40'4-4<HI N. Los Angoles st.
7"iTYh r N AWAY 2 LP.S O' ••'; \SV'i. \
\J sngar with ovorv lb. of lea .v WAL'I
grocery, 188 Basi Path si. ah man
Irrands at usual price* 5-38 I in
HOUSF. WINDOW'" M VltllTrTTTf- >Nl\
Carpel clciinit.H n sncolnll v, 1 -■• . !•■ n
yard. Best reference. FELTON', 3b"3 South
Main. T.-2H (It
I/IFTY DOLLARS TO NOTlffN'l THAT
1 Drake's lamales are Ihe cleanest nnd best,
material and workmanship considered.
A l'. SI OPER, lIOUBK MOVKR,~OUE'fcKi
» 112 Center Place. I II i
I'^iFJ^Os'rL .-COPITCK, FRESIMUyAI-VLTTTIN
our glnnt coffee ronsler, Java and Mocha,
35c lb; Mouulniii coffee, 25c; Gormen, 20o;
rolled rye, lOci 4 lbs rice, 26e; 8 pktssln r.th,
250; S lbs corn monl, 15e: 20 lbs brown sugar,
si. 15 lbs grantilnted sugar, tfl; 5 lbs
dried peaches, 25c; 8 Ibn rsHSlns, 25c; 10
lbs navy beaiis, 25c; can tomatoes, too; :i
cans corn beef, 25e. onn baked bonus, lot; ex
tract beef, 250; Hires' root beer, 15c; 4 ban
IHnmoru's soap, 28e; can coal oil, HOc; :Mb.-.
loaf lard, 30. . picnic hums, 1 .|t.»c lb, ECO
NOMIC STORKS, 305 S. Spring.
1 >imsO!«f'A t,"R ALPfI RftOS.—GOLD RXtt
I Hour if 1.15, city Hour SOo, graniilalod sugar
HI lbs mi brown sugar 20 lbs s>l, r«lsluss lbs
25e, snrolnes 5 boxes 250, table fruit 3 o ns
500, Midland coffee 250 lb, eastern oil 800, i; •
. otitis s.io, 8"lb can corned hoof 15c, lard 10 lb
Ifl.lo, 6 lbs sfto. 001 Houili Spring street, o ir.
Sixth. 12-2 X
\T'TENTIon" I.A I>l Bl>*T "dTT.
. velopor will eulnrgo your bdst 5 Inches.
Guaranteed, iealed inst ructions 2 eenia, or
V. I-.-:, iirnstru led on I itiog no ii cili t-,, i.> niiii..
Kliina Toilet Hsznr, Boston, ifa".
*' - 4-Hi Sun* lit
MK«MKJt'S EKMAI.E PILLS'A hPKt'Vuit*
montl.3v.iuodioino for imniodinio relief 1 r
psinfill and Irregular invusw.. (mpi wlum ,
enuse. Por sale by MtKr.M w » cAUPEI:, 1 il
ls. Spring street. fi-0 1 •
PERSONAL W. it. TTYLrtit, IAWV ..: .
J Booth-BwSfiwav, fhbhi 5. Probato aroi
: 1 *. I ■ - *. *" \dvioe
LOST AND rilllNli.
Y~iiST7rN SUNDAY. "M VY I \ V I
1j gold bunting, case Waltham watch, >;.
8,1811,543, esse No. ( , 9784, on Spring, M il
at bnsolinll grounds. The llndor will be 111
ally rewarded by returning to "H." box .lit. !
llenibl olllee. :•
\UA\, 1.l- ALL VEEIUNIi fit IP I ~
VT eni|i|ovnioin or inn InfomiStion, Slldri
P.. NtTTLVGF.K's BUREAU, established IBSH
Offlna, pIPM soulh spring itreet, residence '. .1
South Hope street, corner I'ifth, I.os Angeus,
Cal. Tob-j.li.mo 11:1. s-ii; tl
"\V ANTED- A 1.ILL"l-ul; lint sun 1,.. .
it Gornuin 01 Swedish preferred. Appls ut
WINBBUROH'S, 808 s. Spring st, 5-202
PETTY, HUMMEL A CO~. BMW 0\
ngcnls, 131-135 W.First st. TelcpUoiieBoo,
Under the Isis Angeles National Hunk. Help
01 all kinds onrofully selected and furnished.
BttnatiOnS of nil kinds fiirni*hod.
WANTED NON-UNION ll'kl'.PS
Meek Baking Co., 040 s. olive it,, Los A p.
TT ANTED snUATD.N BY All 11 . .;., 1 ,
11 mini who has itlst arrived from Charles,
ton, s. c.; nposiiioti ns butler; besl -i ■■
eiiOHS. Apply to a K. LUCAS, 888 S. Spr n
5-2 J 2J
WANTRID—IUI IiCK I,I,ATN KITS.
WANTED—TiMIEN-f-W E N n 5
VT room collages (0 rent to supply onr many
Inuulrhig Customers. !. II PIEPLU « 01.
ios s. Broadway, 0.98-31
■\1 T ANTED TO RENT -it on s RoiTyi 'ii m s.r
II not 100 from S. p. shops; Easl Los Angel
ea preferred. (Ui'ilun enliWs distune,- 1 A.l
dress S. P., this offici. B-'j .
TBTANTKD LOTS Til AT \l;l. nVcELV ;
»I cttlt d and ehosp, We hays purchasers for
such. F. H. PIEPEI: ,v CO., Ids :-. !:.
way. 5-2S -•:
J|»OR RENT No. s:si s. 01.1VE STL BET, 7
rooms; newly papered; sj33; water ire.
See onr list of tent houses; most complete in
theclty. F. 11. PIEPEk A CO., 108 8. Broad
way. r,.-_-s ,-|
FOR KKNT—KIBOBE>ti %> *:oCB.
TO IIET— NICELY l-T" X N ISH I'fli ROI IMS AT
■4-11 West I-oiirth st.; new house: overv
thing clean. 5-2S 2l'
To let -Part of btorb no".'2lc. south
Hroadway. Enquire oi oceupuli' 5-1 7 • [
J «_a_ltV T\n. DIF.-ENIIAI'IIER. II;" «,
flnHb.- I ' .>).. in. -ireei, rooms 4 im.i \
Toeth -rxtiacled and lilliHUyithnui
DR. I. W. WELLS, COX. op SPRING AND
First streets, W115,.,, Mock; lake elevator.
Gold crown and brid-ie work n ipeulalty; i«,"li
e.straolcd WlthQUl pain. Room 1. ml ti
ADAMS BROS, DEN riSTR 380! . -. SPRING,
beit. Second and Thlrel. Painless Riling
and extracting, 40- nnd if 1. Crowns,SO Sol
teeth, teto iflo. Established in L. A. olty L 8
years. 5-ls li
"P-R. sTI!. TOLHURBT, I)ENTI ST,~Disi",' ~;.
JL/ Spring St., rooms 2, 3 and 7. 1-nli.lean ex
1/RANKTH EVENS-. 3241 . SOUTH BPRINtI BT
_ Open Sunday, and evening by electric light
DR. PARKER, DENTIST,"T4S N. SPRING!
Toli-piii.ne, lib. n-ini
u-n-. ~JSPPS B,-,*J? l> 1 .' MS H X KM.
METROPOLITAN STEAM DYE WORKS, 241
Franklin street; tine dyeing nnd clean
ing. i-i:i ii
"PARISIAN DVE 1 WORKS, 275 SOUTH MAIN
J street; best dyinc, jn the city. 1 I;; ii
PATJCKTS, OOPYKIGHTM, Xi
9** AISOIA 1,.
MONEY TO LOAN.
I.OWFWIr It A TBS.
Agent for the
GKRMAN SAVIN' -i IMi I/IAN
BXX;IErVOF S. F.
Building loans a specialty.
Real estate sold.
Agent Sun l ire, of London,
oldest company in the world.
It. ir. I.IJNT,
5-25 dm 227 W. Second st.
jy/VAN A RU'ILKDGE,
Fire Insurance, l/-*n and Investment Brokers.
Money Loaned at 6 per cenl.
Bonds Bought and Sold.
Agents Imperlsl Insurance Co., Ltd,, of London.
2-23 fha 301 W First st
I /OR SALE- 3.150 SHARFSOFTHF CAPITAL
stock of the TAR SPRINGS AS
PHALT COMPANY at 10 cents
i. X BALLARD,
207 Sonth Broadway.
-~ S-23 tf
MONEY TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS, JEWEL,
ry, watches, pianos, sealskins, live stock.
; cnrrlages, bicycles and all kinds of persons!
! ond collateral security. LEE BROS., 402 n.
'i t P 'i w ■ ■ ■ 1 is. ■ 1 ■
MON ICY TO LOAg.
I kAt lin- 1.0 \N COMPANY (INI ORPOR
-1 ATK.D) loans money In any amounts on
nil kinds of collateral scenrlty, diamonds,
jewelry, sealskins, rncrchnndlse, etc. At.soon
)'I INOS, iron and sleel aafea, and professional
librarlcri, without removal; antl on furniture
in lodging, hoarding houses ami hotels, with
out removal. Partial payments received.
Money quick. Business oonfltlenllsl. Private
offices for IsoMos. IV. E. UE G ROOT, manager.
Rooms 3, 3 and 4 114 a Spring St.
MONEY LOANED <>N MORTGAGED, « PER
ecu I not on flrst-t'lass property for amounts
of (fIO.OOO and over, on loans und.-r (jHO,(K)O
no commission will be charged; no expense for
examination ol city property and no dolav.
MAIN s'IP.hKT SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST
CO., 420 B, Main it 3-1 flm
NOTii y. th i uri riiLic. i have bought
Ihe panuliriikiug business of B. Pants st
SOTI North Main St.. en Ma/oh I,'llh, and havo
overlnlion all pledges left with him at Ihnt
I Place, and wilt continue the same business.
Parties Hvfng otrt oi tne city wl-rhlng to com
, i»n. nlcsfe lo Their own Interest will address A.
i Morrli it. plueo of B. rants. No. SOtt North
j Main streot. 5.5- lm
A'n.ANfltr"l.OAN CO., B. F.VN'TA, MANA
ger, No. lis W. Second si. between Main
ami .-prlng els. Established Iji 1895. Loan*
money at tedueed rales ol Interest on dfn
iiionds, wntchew, Jewelry, collnlersl socufitieaj
niorigsgcs, etc. Pair and f-.iinrc dualf ng. Also
Hnewatoh repairing by ft. G. GILHOLM. All
work guaranteed. 5-11 Im
IF Y01; WA NT MON F.V"IrVTTnOUT p'F.UY,
1 no coiiimlwton, prevailing rates of Interest!
Sco Se.-urio Savings Hank, 11SK. Main. 4-1 ly
J,- 11 SALE
I advertise nothing but what are genuine
bargains,and will bear fullest Investigation,
If you want to be treated fairly and squarely
cell on mo. Fruit stands, cigar stands, bak
eries, restaurants, shoe stores, groceries, sta-
Hotter] stores, lodging donees. We nave a good
list oi all the Hiiove businesses *< all price*.
HENRY J. STANLEY,
227 W. Second St.
s_— /\A—HKSTi.rR.AVr, THE BEST PAYING
-Til-U In lho city; taking In s)00 a day;
iiiusi soli today,
I'oit WELL ESTAB
~e«l"''' llslfd hlialnoM; making large
prollts; tine stors on Springs!.
00/ VI—SALOON ON MAIN BT.; IX)W RENT;
?.MHI splend id ohuuec for investmuut; 1
this \s a bantam.
1 " pOUKTKB, FRUIT, CIGARS
»nP_f)U and drink*;; low ronl; 4 rooms at
laollfil; no iqiposillon; iiiusi sell by
mIAA - I'H.'VM'f; FOH GOOD PAVING
" rTftf bnsiness; thfs is a rare chance:
should t-c seen.
AOflft- -IiKSTA ("RANT; ON PRINCIPAL
.p.IUU snoot; clearing -r-5 a day; good
<a> |/'AA- !;o0A '- X ' : HO USE; FTNB LOCA
eS 11.111; 211 rooms; at] full.
Jjz'AA -f'.AEKUY; SPLENDID CHANCE; 2
er'rlrW horses, wagons: doing fine oven;
good business; trartalrl.
«_<j)KA PRtflT STAND; l-'INE PAYING
•ITi..™' place; no opposition; I his is 11 snap.
AifiAft-BUYI BPLENDI* grocery
qrlOi"' Itorc, 6 miles from Los Angeles;
wood, cool, hay, train, etc.; hoSt
ofnoe in itofo; fine piping place.
HENBY .1. STANLEY,
:'i-2° 2t 227 W. Second at.
AI^A—ROOMING HOUSE, Hi ROOMS EUR
-iT < nl'died throughout, rent, WtS \nr
inonlh: house nhvnvs full; best part oi Broad
wny. Address X, V, Z., this once, r,-2S-2t
1/OR RK NT—OR HALF.," 'V i IKAP. A N~7»us
1 c dabllshod blaekamiid ami ivng. n shop;
i ropriclor ftulng cast next uiouili. Apt-lvM.
?"l EEL, Sanin Montea. 5-1137t
I/O It SALE -SXa'p" 11AI1GMN GODI. "pA~.
i Ing business; owner going to World's fair,
I F. ,1,, this ofllce. .5-88 tf
_Ifil I'AAA— "° ACI'.KH, RICB TO AM SOIL,
»!P I.MAfVf located 1 mile of railroad and
good town, within 17 miles of Los Angeles; a
aei is in bearing naval oranges, lit lemon 11 tes,
.'» acres in soft shell walnuts, nhoitl lv .-..-res in
declduaui (raits: oraanistital plants, roves,
miori.iillas, gravel driveway; fronts a Kin-loot
iivcntio: 2o noros in nlfnlfa, Tho balance i*. nil
line fruit and fsinitug land. Pine modern
built bouse ot 7 rooms, finished iv curly roa
wood, line inhtitela olosets, bath-rooms; uouse
of 4 rooms for servant-.: good barn uud out
buildings. The place Is nil under feni 0 nnd
oross-lenoed. Artesian Wells and water piped
all over the pine * mid in the house. tctrie
Oils magnificent fartp for good Northern 1 nli
forniu iiroperty. call or address GRIDER It
Dow, loa.'i s. Broadway - 4-r> su mo tv th if
I/Of! EXOHANGP. V. i: M \KK A SPECIALTY
1 JT "I oxehahglnk properl!<*••: we have a list of
many hundred nieces on on- books, and are
continually making siWinngc* all over the
country, if you have anything to trade, write
us, describing your proper, giving us i,-ie„ and
Incumbrance, and we -/.lit riio-nd in ft nl once.
WOODWaitTH >'.. MABItIXKR,
EXCHANGE TIIREK Co .VAGUS.
1 aaoh in. t; nnd 5 .-noms, large lotaon graded
strsst,eennoted irUhaewar; close In; slight
ly encumbered; Inf-oiiic [ roperty; iv s.tchsnge
for Uor 7 room eooage further ont. even if
t outside of oily. F. 11. d Co., 10s s.
1 Broadway. 2t
I/oR EXCHANGE—WORE HOUSE AND LOT
I I and lino horse and etrrl.sge for an equity In
, In its" and lot In eltr,valued at to sIIOOO
, Him ; ti
; 1 HAYi'oitD, > nor, .kv and ct>ti%
« mmoi-at law, ronms 12 and 10, Lnnfranco
l ulldliig, 318 North Main street, Les AUgelea
; leplioi.o in;;, Praauoaa in all state and
l ulled Slntos oourti. 3-19 tf
a. w. iitrrTOM, oi.in wan aoas."
YTfELLUORM .V HUTTON, ATTORNEYS AT
1 t law. rooms SS US!., and SII Temple block,
lafiatlo-i sprin-,* nnd Mn.n, Los Angeles, Cal. tf
PAY •:. HUNTER, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
el Bry on-llonobrake block*. Telephone 525.
Praclie.-s in till the courts, state und federal.
lID EN GOODRICH, LA WYSR, NO.
lit building, 125 Temple street, 1..
. house. Telephone ios.
i|» J. sp'k.
l\ m tentton given to Hie .settlemeu: 1
115 West First streel.
I A K. TUAnKTATftTItNEY AT LAW, El L
'on block, 207 -New High Btreet, I.os
Augeles, 1-16 tf
LOS ANGELES HERAT:I)« MONDAY MORNIKG, MAr zy, iß9h\
OPPORTUNiTIM FOB IHtItSTOBS.
A SUPERB 7 PER (TENT OOU> BOND
The second installment ol the first mortgage
7 per cent gold bond* of the PASAI'KNA AND
Mr. WALBON RAILWAY COMPANY la now
ready for subscription, In mmi to suit at par,
giving the bnyer valuable collateral privilege,
which will greatly enhance the valuo of their
Any of the** rsinds, if desired, will lie re
deemed at par and interest, npon on" month's
notice after the lime agreed npon at the time of
sale, thus giving the holder a liberal interest
for the use of money either for a short time or
for the foil term of thi bonds. It Is believed
thai with the small amount of bonds that will
be issued In proportion to the cost awl value
of the property owned by th* company, nnd the
largo proapeetlve revenne of tne road, that
both stock and bonds will soon bring a pre
mium In the open market.
Those wishing io tnvrtlgate with a view to
purchasing bends, will, By appointment, be
ihowfl ftvat the road and all desired Informa
Tbe bond* ran be purchased from all the
bank* In r^us^ea-First National Bank. Pasa
dena NaManal flank and San Oabrlcl Valley
Bank; aw* in Los Angeles from theCitlr-onii'
Han* and ft* trie Angelea "am Deposit end
Tni*t Company, 818 South Spring street; also
at tb* company's office. Grand Opera Houso
Thirty days will bo gtv»n to purchasers for
aeulcnwint. Among the pnrchssers ol these
bonds are the following:
Chas. H. Frost, Pasadena.
Hon. A. G. Thruop, Pasadena.
T. D. fltlmton, Las Angeles.
T. W. Brbthe rton, Los Angeles.
P. B Vallette, paaadena.
J. D. Llnroln, Paaadena.
Mrs. E. T. 11. Lincoln, pnsadene,
II M. singer, Pasadena.
ColfO.. (>. Green, Paaadena.
Andrew McNally, Chicago.
A. C. Armstrong, Pasadena.
D. Qalbralth, Paaadena.
James Smith, Paaadena.
J. W. Hugns, Passdens.
San Gabriel Valley Bank, Paaadena.
Q, Roscoe Thomas, Pasadena.
C. W. Brown, Pasadena.
T. S. C. Lowe, Paaadena.
Mra. A. L Lowe, Paaadena.
Lowe Emerson, Cincinnati, O.
A. P. West, Loa Angelea.
Wm. H. Knight, saw Angelea.
Mrs. K. T. Wllllnlns.
W. H. Simraona, Pasadena.
Mrs. Martha Vanghsn, Chicago.
All hnnda nettled for before May 30th will
have Inly coupons on, thus giving ths pur
chaser equal to 3 per cent discount.
Th* first Issue was so promptly taken, it Is
believed that thla Issue being the laat that will
ekrry special advantagea, will he taken within
a few days. To a party with a capital of
•■50,000 or more an unusually good business
opening will be presented.
For more complete information and partlcu
lara, call on or address
T. S. C, LOWE,
President Pasadena at ML Wilson Railway Co.,
Grand Optra House Block,
T~OR AN"OFt,E* TRAINING SCHOOL (INCOR
j pbraftfl) for klndergartnera. Address MRS.
NORA D. MAYHEW, 071! W. Twenty-third st.
6-2!) 1 m
J'' ~OS ANOELKSIitrsTNEHS COLKOE
AND ENGLISH TRAINING SCHOOL.
(Incorporated) 144 South Main atreet.
Largest and l>est equipped business training
school on th* coast. Thorough and practical
courses in the ooinmen-lsl, shorthand, type
writing, telegraphy assaying and nil English
branches. Large, able and rnatnro faculty of
Instructors. Day and evening sessions. Terms
resaouable, ('nil at college office, or write for
elegant catalogue. K. F. SIIRADKH, president;
F. W. XELSEY, vice-president; L. N INSKEKP,
secretary. 8-ltt-'Ol tf
THEVdOIVTIURY BUSINESS COLLEGE HAS
removed to the upper floor of the Stowell
block, 220 South Spring street. It has now the
largest, and linest businesa college rooms in the
state, and the largest attendance of any com
mercial school south of San Francisco. Fine
passenger elevator running direct to the
school rooms, rendering staf r-Hlmblng unnec
essary. The public ia cordially invited to call
and inspect the college in its new location.
Both day and evening aehools in session the
mitre summer. Catalogue and College Jour
nal free. G. S. Hough, President; N. G. Felkur,
Vice-President; E. C. WiVson, Sco'y. 5-4 ly
J/ROBEL INSTITUTE, CASADH, ROSAS, I/IS
Angeles, Cel., Adams street, oorner Hoover.
Irs. Carolyn M. tl Mdin <,f Provtdenun, R. L,
\ Is now ready to organise her 17th year of noi
uitt] kindergarten and post graduate courses.
Prospectus sent upon application to Mrs. C. M.
IN. Aldan, 44 Angoll street, Providence, R, 1.
after July 20th to Los Angeles. 5-10 if
r A. SCHtffifS IK jT*r jfßfi BtesiONTLV
j« eorpore-iert). New studies. Entrance in
Chamber ol roeimwe. L. OARDKN-MAC
I Hull, principal. Pa?*dena Tuo-dav and f'ri
days. _ 5-25 tf
SHORTHAND AND TYplicVf*tfiNO P~RAC
ir I licnllv taught lalest ritrnan System, at the
MIMILISY INRTh'FTK, Spring aud First sts.
:\ and Business Institute. Take elevator by
People's Store, Phillips block; send for cata
logue. 10-1212 m
Awtlltt artitk, musical 8-TX'Dio7RooM
■k * *'■ 'i 0 h 1 _, ly
y ; DAY SAVF.ri BY TAKING
* * fljfjjjjtgl /Snptn IV excursions to Kansas
and Boston. \*i\r Ix-s Angoles every Wednes
day ; personally conducted through to Chicago
and Boston; faVnlly tourist sleepers to Kansas
city and Chicago rlklW. Low rales and quick
en lime. Office, 120 X. Spring st. ly
77rkat central rocte excursions.
*."! Experienced conductors through from Loa
Angoles to Boston: only six days to New York
or lloston; tourist cars. F. K. SHEARER, inai*
ager. Office, 220 South Spring t>t.,Los Angoles.
TiITILLTPS EXcTrsIONS VIA DENVER AND
I Rio Grande railway and the great Rock
Inland route leave Los Angoles every Tuesday;
P' rsonsllv conducted through to Chicago and
Boston. OfHoe, No. IMS S. Spring st. 1-ti
T " C.'TrPSON A CO.'S EXCURSIONS EAST
f I . every Wednesday via Salt Lake Ctty nnd
Denver. Tourist enrs to Chicago and Boston.
Manager In charge. Office, 212 S. Spring St.
MRbT*DR! j! 11. SMITH, BFECIALTY MTD
wlfery. Ladies cared for during contine
monl nl 727 Ilellevue avenue. Calls promptly
attended to. Telephone 1110. 2-25 tf
CANCERS AND TUMORS. RKMftVKD WITH*
out ihe iise of theknife. t'nil tttnilleeanil
sec patients under treatment, 124 SOUTH
MAIN BT. I)K. GARRISON. 5-23 lyr
f i EOBfiE 'n7nEAcn7 mT d„ office and
\T residence, 131 North Spring street. Ofllce
hours, S io 12, 1 to 5, otoBp. m. Telephone
|\r .~7l\mW6n,~eye, ear, throat, < a -
U tnrrli cured. Room 10 Hellman block,
l I.r.i i V,* : .'.-14 tin
THB iCAMMERMEYER ORCHESTRA —
I-'irst-clnss music furnished for balls imr
tlea, oonoeTts, receptions and picnics. Violin,
mandolin, etc., Inught. Office at Fitsgerald's
music store, corner N. Spring and Franklin
sis. 10-14 ly
1 OS AN(iKI.F."s7:ONSERVATORY OF MUSIC
U and_Art; open all the year. MRS. F.MTI.Y
J, VALENTINE, president, corner Broadway
and Fifth streot. 8-14 ly
lO AN.IO, BY MISS M. E. ASTBURY; 5 AND 6
. I"> sirlnged taught. StiifltoSl; take elevator
]± .''''ep'e'*! st ore, Phillips block. 1.1-12 ly
I'DI.R-oN A RNS, ASTROLOGER
I end clairvoyant msdiam, lilt South Bro.icl
! way, between Flnt and Second sts. 4-20*1 ni
MRS." I' A RK T.Ti~ (^ATIVVOYANT —CCVNSUlj-
taliona or. btrslness, love, marriage, dis
«Bs?, mineral Ideations, Hie resdlng, etc.; take
University electric car to Forrester avenue, no
weal Ihref Mocks on Vine street, second house
linrn c.Ti'oi oi Vensient arcane.
AJt«BUI k< i a.
B URGES."i.ITMtK'VB, ARCHITECT, ESTAB
llsheil for tbe last 10 years In Irfis Angeles.
Rooms V and s (second floor),(Werltmaii bloc:,.
Spring st., between Second and Tliird. 1-2") ly
CB. BROWN~ ARtJlilTTEcf, 132 ~ SOUTH
. Broadwafj S-7 i >
MISS C. STAPr_L C-HIROPOmsT AND
masseuse, 211 VV. First al., opp. Nadeau.
C < - It X titcl't> ft •.
IjsIIANK C. YOUNG,
? boh block. S-16 ly
CONRAD'SCHERER, GRANITE, BITUMI.V
ous and asplmlt paying. '.'.27 W. iirsl si.
SJI A ClB •_^
FOR SALB-CITY PROPERTt,
finest honees of 12 rooms, with closets,
bath, hot and cold water, gas attachments for
heating and light; house elegantly decorated;
also No. 1 barn for 3 I»t<", carriages, 10 tons
hay, and hostler's room; nice lawn, flowers,
shrubs, fencing, etc.; lot 50x185; near the cor
ner of Flgncron nnd Vi oshlligton streets. This
elegant home Is offered nt tin- ridiculously low
price of $7000. Will take part good trade.
7U acres, improved, southwest of city: $750.
GILBERT & GILBERT,
5-25 tf 138H 8. Spring.
(3/»"YuY-FOR LARGE MODERN
uPOOUv house, 12 rooms, with baths, closets
and perfect sanitary arrangements; nearlyono
acre of handsomely Improved grounds, with
barn, carriage house snrt driveway. Thlj place
commands view of the entire oily'and Is close
in. A very great. La ton in: only if«soo. T.J.
CUDDY, 200 N. Springy 5-12 tf
ssfO/t—MOsTTHLY FOR (10 MONTHS BUYS
(S ZiJ cosy cottage on electric line, two-story
barn, hedge, lawn, etc., a complete and lovely
homo; no cash payment, no Interest. DE LA
MONTE, 121 8. Broadway. 5-28 2t
MONTHLY FOR 00
erlsJU months, no Interest, buys lovely six
room cottage close to on bio line, fine locality.
DE LA MONTE, 121 S. Broadway, 5-28 2t
tVIKIBV-A N - CK HOUSE AND WELITtM
spZOlrU proved CO-foot lot on Eleventh St.
near Pearl; only $2500. T. J. CUDDY, 206 N.
Spring st. 5-12 tf
JltAfin— NKW 5-ROOM HOUSE ON VIC
jIsIUU torla street. Monthly payments
16. ALLISON BARLOW, 227 West Second
street. _______ 3 " l ™ tf
2TTi,wy-FOR SALE-NEW 5-ROOM HOUSE
"Mil."" on Victoria street; monthly pay
ments $15.00. ALLISON BARLOW, 227 West
Second sireet. 4-12 tf
V»H lALE—COUNTRY PROPBBTY.
dk-i'-re--THE EINE«T DAIR RANCH"IN
np I lelthe county, SO acres, mostly In alfalfa;
fenced, with house, barn, corrals, 17 head of
mlleh cows, horses, wagons, buggies, larming
utensils, artesian wells, all complete, at only
$175 per acre 'I his property is near tho city,
and an undoubted bargain.
3-23 tf T, J. CUDDY, 200 N. Spring st.
JT acres of Washington nnvol orange orchard
In the frostiest bolt at Highland, bearing a
splendid Income; large nursery; good build
ings and lot", of water; terms eauy; will sell all
or part. Address 11. H. ROGERS, Box 35,
Messina, Calif. 5-21-Sat-s.un-St
A DMINIBTRATOR'S BALE—CHOICE ALFAL-
J\ fa farm; first-class for walnuts, corn, fruits;
cultivated; fenced, artesian water; 00, 48, OS
acres, or all; near railroad and pos-tuftiee, 17
miles from Los Angeles. EDWIN BAXTER,
attorney, 175 N. .Sprint;: REV. W. G. COWAN,
Paaadena. 5-3 tf
AAAsVk—A CHOICE 10 ACRES OF LAND,
-rnijirll nil in bearing fruits ninl berries,
with nest house, barn, well, tank, etc.; only
one mile from the c'!y.-nd very cheap; only
$0000. T. J. CtTDDY, 208 N. Spring. 5-12 tf
d»7enfyV-ST-I.KXDIIILY IMPROVED FRUIT
r|p I ill".! farm of 13 acres on the foothills at
Altadena; orchard in niou 'condition; perfect
water supply; houso, barn, etc.; price, $7500.
T. J. CyiiDV, 208 V. .-iu-,n;- ■ t, 5-12 If
FOR BAT.B— MrSCuLLANIIOITS.
»' trees; first-class trees; will be sold without
reserve. Call on J. E. MORGAN, nt nursery on
Pasadena avenue, in Sycamore grove. Address
530 Downey avenue, oily. 5-28 7t
j7iOR~ SA LE-MI ST BE SOLD AT ONCE TO
1 pay a noto: 1 delivery wagon, 1 platform
spring wagon. Apply 1100 Upper Main st.
I "So R SALE—COwTnTTcALF, CHEAP; PAR
' ties going cast. Inquire 125 W. NINTH ST.
T/0R SALE-OLD PAPERS IN QUANTITIES
JV lo suit, at this offloe.
Ordin&Hce. No. ltj'.li.
AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND
I\. conncil of the city of Los Angeles de
claring their intention to improve a portion of
Main sireot, and determining that bonds
shall be to represent the cost thereof.
Themayorand council of tho City of Los An
geles do ordain as tollows:
Suction 1. That the public interest and con
venieace require, and that It l* the intr-ntlou of
tbe city council ot the city of Los Angeles to
order tne following work to be done, towit:
Ist. Thatsaid Mail) street in said cliy from
the icuth llae of Nlnih street to. the north
lineof Thirty-serenth street, including all In
tersections oi streets (excepting such portlous
of said streot and intersection- aa are required
by law to be kopt la drdSr or reuair by any por
aon or company havinv railroad tracks there
on, and also excepting such portions as have
already been paved and accepted), be paved
with bituminous rock surface, with oancrete
bare and granite gutters, four feet wide, lv ac
cordance with thu plans aud profile on file in
the office of the city engineer and specifi jettons
on flle in ths office of the i lly clerk of the City
of Los Angeles for paVed rtreets, said specifica
tions heingne.mbsred "A."
M. That aoementcurb be constructed song
each line ot the roadway of said Main
street fro-.i the south curb line of Ninth
street to fie northlPae of Thirty-seventh street,
(excepting along such portions of the lino ot
said roadway upon which a cement or granite
enrb h*a ulreaiy men co istruotea and ac
cepted,) In accordance with specifications In
tbe oflics of the elty clerk of slid city for cou
stmctlng c -tnent curbs, satd specifications be
ing numbered twelve.
3d. That a cement sidewalk eight feet In
width he constructed along each side of s»id
Main street, from tbe south cuib 1-ue ot Ninth
street to the north curb line of Jefferson street,
(excepting such pottiont of said street between
said points nlong which a cement or asphalt
sidewalk has bonn constructed and accepted)
said sidewalk to be constructed in accordance
with specifications on file in tbe offico of the
city clerk, said specifications being numbertd
4lh. Thai a pnbllcsewer ue constructed along
said Main street irora a polntopposite thesouih
lineof lot 15 ot the Carr tract, to the sewer
manhole now built In tne Intersection of Main
and W ishlngton street.,, also from a point 100
feet south of the south lino of Washington
streot to the newer manhole built in the inter
section of Mala and Jeifirson stree;s, snrt
across all intersections of staieis (excepting
aiouK Mich ponlonsupoo which a pnbllcsewer
has been conttructed aud accept d,) together
with mnnhnles, lampholes and flush tanks. The
size of said sowar shall be ten (10, i icbes in
lnternsl diameter from a point opposite the
south line of lot 16, Cs.ir tract, to the sewer
maplioie imilt in tbe Intersection of Main and
Washington streets, and eight (8) incbov in in
ternal ninmetcr from a point one hundred (100)
feet south of tho south line of Washington
stree'. io the center line of Twenty-third street,
and twelve (12) inches In internal d'smeter
from Hi i csnter line of T -enty-thlrd street to
thG«ewor manhole built in ihe intersection
ot Main and Joffersou streets, and be non
ntruoi o aalt glazed vitrified pipe, brick, iron
sort cemant. All of which shall bt, constructed
In aceoirtancc with the plans and profile on file
In the office ol the City engineer and specifica
tions on file In the office of the city clork, said
specifications bolng numbered fourteen,
The cost ol- aaid sewer shal! ho
ri'sossert against all lots and lauds fronting
upon the same.
skc. 2. The city engineer having eslimaied
tbat tlio total cost of said improvenu-ni. w ill
greater than one dollar per front loot aloua
each lino of said street, inoludir.it tfic cost ot
intarseo-lons, it is hereby determined. In pur
suance of an act of the legislature of the state
of California, approved February 27, 1893,
that hinds shall be issued to represent tho cast
of said Improvement. Bald bonds shall bo
serial, extending over a period of ten yearn, an
eveuproportlonofwblchsnr.il ba paynbloan
nnallj on tl.e secoad day ot January of each
yar, alter their date until the whole aro paid,
audio bear interest at the rate of 8 per cent.,
per annum, pavabie seml-anniiKliy on the sec
ond days ol January and July of each aud
Sec 3. The streot snperlntendent shall post
notice of this work as required by law, and
shall oauae said notice to bo published for
six days in the Los angoles Daily Herald.
Sac 4 The city Olerk shall i ertify ti the pas
sage of this ordlccnce ana »hali ca u-o tho same
tob>pabll»hed fortwoclays in the I.os Angoles
Dally Hesalp, and shall post tbo same con
splcuonsly for two days on or neat- the ehnmb9r
door of thoeonnoil, onl lb-reu r-ois and there
after it shall take elTert and be In force.
I hereby certify that tho foregoing ordinnnce
wasa-ton'■-(! bvihs ooineii of the cltyof I.os
Angelesat Its meeting of May 88d,A. D. 1893.
by the followlngvote:
Ayes-Messrs. Campbe", Gaffey, Innes, Mun
son, Pessell, Rhodes, Sirohm and Pieeielent
c. A. LUCIcnNHACH.
City Clerk and ex-offioio Clerk ol ihu Council
of the eltv of L « Ang lies.
Ap .roved this 25lhday of May, 1593
5-iS 2i T. B RUvVA.-,'. Mayor.
Annual UeCtlßg of Siocliholders
Crowu Hill Oil Ho.
V-Ul.,'; IS HEREBY GIVh-N THAT THS
IX uu:. l meeting of the stock udders of the
downhill uil Company wll, b lie dat the
nllite of ihe company, looru 7, No. 115 Net h
Spring street, in the cily of I.os an e.ot, Cal,
on Tuesday, June ti, IPO3, at 2 o'clock p.m.,
lor the purpose of electiug a board of directors
to serve for the ensuinK year, and ti transact
Ordinance No. 1708.
AM ORDINANCE OF THE MAT©* AND
conncil of the city of I.os Angeles declar
ing their intention tolmprove a portion of Aliso
sireet, and determining thst bonds shall bi
issuo-l to represent the cost thereof.
The maycr and coosci' of the, city of Lot An
geles do ordain as follows:
Bbction 1. That ths p ibllc Interest and c«n
venlence require, and that it la the intention
of theclty council of the ctty of Los Angelas
toorderthe tallowing work to bs done, to-wlt:
Ist. That said Aliso streot in said city from
tbe east line of Alamort* street to the east line
ot Keller streot, Including all Intersections of
streets,(excepting inch portions of said street
and Intersections as are required by law to be
kept in order ot repair by any person er com
pany haying railroad tracks thereon, and a s-)
excepting such portions as have already been
paved end accepted,) be pared with bituminous
rock surface with concrete base, and granite
gutters four feet wide, In accordance with tho
plans and profile on die in the office of the city
engineer, and specifications on aie lv the ofllce
of the olty clerk ot the city of Los Augeles for
paving streets, ssld specifications being num
2d. That a cement curb ba constructed along
each line of tho road way of said Aliso si tee t. from
tho east line of Alameda street to the eatt line
o( Keller street, (excepting along such portions
of the line of said roadway upon which a ce
ment or granite enrb has already been con
structed and accepted.) in aosordance with
specifications in tbo nffio* of the city clerk of
said elty for constructing cement curbs, ssld
specifications being numbered twelve.
3d, That a cement sidewalk eight feet ia
width be constructed along each side of salrt
Aliso street from the east line of Alameda street
to the eaat line of Keller street, (excepting such
portions of said street between said points
along which a cement or asphalt sidewalk has
been constructed and accepted,) said sidewalk
to be tonttruc ed In accordance with sptcifica
tlous on flls in the ofllce of the oity clerk, said
specifications being numbered twelve.
4th. That a public sewer be constructed along
said Aliso street from a point opposite the cen
ter lino of lot 4, block 11, Aliso tract, to a point
12S feet east of the pro luced ot til er line of Al
ameda street, from north of Aliso street, and
across sli lntersec ions of streets, (excepting
along such portions upon which a nuolio sewer
hssbuen constructed and accepted,) together
with manho es, lampholes and flush tanks, Tho
in:-.- ol tsld sewer shall bi: Eight (8) inches ia
Internal diameter, from a point opposite the
center 1 ne of lot 4, b'.ock H, Aliso tract, to a
point in tbe produced center line of Lyon street,
aad ten (10) inches in internal diameter from a
point In tbe produced center line f Lyon street
to a point 12\i feet east of the produced center
line of Alameda street from north of Aliso
street, and be constructed of salt glazed vltrt
fled pice, brlok, Iron and cement. All of which
shall be constructed in accordance with the
plans aud profile on file In the ofllce of the city
engineer and sped ficstloos on file In tbe office of
theclty cterk, said specifications being num
The cost of constructing ssld sewar shall b3
assessed against all lots and lands fronting upon
Sac. 2. The city engineer having estimated
that the total coit of said improvement will be
greater than one dollar per front foot along each
line of said street, including the coat of Inter
sections, It it hereby determined, iv pursuance
of an act of the lesrislatore of the 'tateot Cali
fornia, approved February 27,1803, that bonds
shall be issued to represent the ost of said im
provement. Said bonds shall be serial, extend
ing over a period ot ten yean, an even propor
tion of which shall be payable annually on the
• etoud day ol January of ee.-h year, after their
date, until the wnole are paid, and to bear In
terest at the rato of six per cent per annum.
Jayable semi-annually on the second days of
miliary and july of each and every year.
Bsc, 8. The sintct superintendent shall pos
notice of this work as required by law and
shall cause said notice to bo publlhsed for six
days In the Los An,-- Daily Hbmald.
Skc. 4. the city clork shall certify to the
passage of this ordinance and cause the aarue
tv bo published for two days in the Lot' Ango.ci
Daily Herald, and shall post tho same con
spicuously for two days on or near tbo chamber
door of the conncil, and thereupon and there
after It shall take effect and be In force.
I hereby c?rt,ily that the foregoing ordinance
was adopted by ths council of tbe city ol Los
Angeles at. its meeting of May 28, A. D. 1893,
by tbe following vote:
Ayes—Messrs Cumpbel', Gaftey, Innea, Mun
son. Putell, Rhodes, btrohm, and President
C. A. LUCKENBACH,
City Clerk and ex-officio clen of the council
of the ciiy of Los Auge'es.
Approved this 2tjth day of May, 1803.
5-28 2t t: E. ROWAN, Mayor.
Ordinance No. 1699.
AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND
. council of the city of Los Angeles, order
ing certain work to be dono on Second street.
The m, vor and oou-tsll of the cite ot Los An
geles do ordain as follows:
Skctios 1. Thst the connrll of tho olty of
Los *neeles deems it to bs required by the pu >
lie interest and convenience, and hureby or
ders the following street work to bo done ac
cording to (he rpsciflrailons contained in Its
ordinance No. 1821. to-wlt:
First—That said second street in said city
fro at be westerly curb line of Broadway to the
westerly line of FT 111 street, including all in
tersections of streets (excepting snch portlous
ol said street and Intersections as are required
by law to be kept In order or repair by any per
son ot company having railroad tracks there
on, and o.lso oxcepting such portions as have
nlrcadv b .-en paved end accepted), be paved
with bituminous Mm > rock suriace, with con
crete bise, and granite gutter*, threo feet in
width, in accordance with the plass and pro
file on file In the office of the city engineer and
specifications o i flle In the ofllce of tho city
clerk of the city of Lis Angeles for paved
streets, said speclli atlons betug numbered one.
8-iConi—That a granite curb bs constructed
alone each Hue of the ro<rtway of said Second
ttroet from the westerly ourb line of Broadway
to'he westerly line of Hill street (excepting
along auch portions of the line of said road
way v. on which a ejrsnlte or cemont curb has
already been constructed and accepted), in
accordance with specifications in tho offico of
the city clerk of said city for constructing gran
Sue 2. The city clerk is hereby directed to
publish c notice of said work, Inviting sealed
proposals or bids for doing said work, and re
ferring to tho specifications posted or on file
for two days, In tne Los Angeles Herald, a
dally newspaper published and circulated in
this city, hereby designated for that purpose.
Said notion shail require n certified cieck or a
b nd, either, as pre-cristM by law, and for an
e.moupt not iess than 10 ncr cent of the aggre
gate of the troposal. He" Is also directed to
poßtFaldnot.ee with specifications conspicu
ously for tivo days oa or near the council
Btc. 8. The city clerk shall certify to the
pasßsge of tnis ordinance, and shall cause the
same to lie published for two days in the Los
AntreDs Heralp, and thereupon aud thereafter
it shal l take eff-ct and b» in force.
I her sby certify Ihat the foregoing ordlnanco
wss adopted by the council of the city of Los
Angeles, st Its meeting of May 22, A. 1). 1893,
by the following vote:
Ayet—Messrs. Campbell, Innes, Munson, Pes
sell, Rhodes. Stream and President Teed (7).
0. A. LUCKENBACH.
City clerk and ex-officio olerk oi the counoil of
the elty of Los Auge'es.
Approved this 25th day of May, 1893.
6-2S 2t T. E. ROWAN, Mayor.
Ordinance No. 1703.
A N ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND
lA. council of the Olty of Los Angelea, order
ing certain work to be done on Twenty thlid
The mayor aud council of th°j city of Los An
geles do ordain as follows:
Section 1. That the council of the city of Loa
Ang. \i» doems tt to be required by the pun lc
interest and convenience, and hereby orders
lbs following street work to be dune according
lotbe - prdrioations contained inits ordiutneu
No. IG2B, towit:
That a cement sidewalk six feet In width be
constructed along the north side ot said Twen
ty-third street, from tbo west line of Main
sireet to the east lino of Grand avenne (except
ing such portions of said street between said
points aloug which a cement or asphalt side
walk has been constructed and accepted), said
sidewalk to bs constructed in accords ace with
specifications on flle in the office of Ihe city
clerk, watd specifications being numbered 12.
Sac. 8. Tne city clerk Is hereby dlreured to
publish a notion of ns id work, inviting sealed
proposes or bids lor doing said work, and re
ferring t i the spec Ications Mated or on flle,
fur two days, In the Los Angeles Hsrald, a
daily newspaper published and circulated la
this elty. hereby rt-'-ignaled lor thst purpose.
Said nolle- shall require a certified check or a
bond, either, as prescribed by law, and for an
amount not iess than 10 por cent of the aggre
gal ■ot the proposal. He U alsodtrected to post
said notice with specificationi conspicuously
for live days oil or near the council ehamoer
egc. 3. Tbe city clerk shall certify to th?
passae-- of this ord.nance and shall causa the
same to be published for two days In ihsuLu i
Angeles Herald, aud thereupon and llflre
after it shall ink-offoct aud be In force.
i hereby certify that the torerolug ordinance
was adopted bv-,hc council of theclty of Los
Anjolcs, at Its meeting of May 22d, A, D.
1893, by the following *ote:
Ayes—Messrs. Campbell, Gaffey, Innes, Mun
son. Pessell, Rhodes, strohm ant Fresldunl
Noes - None.
0. A. LUCKENBACH,
Ctty Clerk and ex-Offldo Clerk of the Council
Ordinate No. 1692.
AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND
council of the olty ol Los Angeles do 'taring
their Intention to Improve a portioa oi Baldwin i
street, and determining that bonds shall be Is
sued to represent the co»t thereof. 1
The mayor and council of the city of Los An
gelea do ordain as follows: I
Suction I. That tho publio interest and con
venience r«qul:e aud that it Is the intention '
of thfl city council oi the city of Loi Angeles to <
order the following work to be done, to wit: I
l»t. That said Baldwin street In said city,
from tho easterly curb line of Workma'u I
street, to the westerly curb line of Tnomas I
street. Including all intersections of street!, i
(excsptin« such portions of said street and in- 1
iersect'ons as are required by law to be kept in >
order or repair by any person or company hay- i
Ing railroad tracks thereon, and also excepting I
sat-h portions as have already been graded, 1
Raveled and accepted), bs graded add giavoled I
aoeorrtance with the plans and profile on file 1
in the bffloe of the city enginoer and apeolflca- 1
tlonsonille iv the offloe of the ctty clerk of the t
city of Lo* Augeles for maklug gravaledsstreet, •
said specifications being numbered Are. i
2d. That a redwood out b be constructed along
each Hue of the roadway of said Baldwin <
Itreet from the easterly ourb line of Workman I
street to ths westerly curb Hue of Thomas (
street (excepting along luch portions of the <
las of laid roadway npon whtoh a redwood, i
cement or granite curb has already been oon- I
structed and accepted,) in ecordanoe with 1
specifications In ttie ofllce of the city clerk of <
laid city lor constructing rcdwo d curbs c
3d. That a cement sidewalk four feet in width 1
be constructed along each side of said Said
win street Irom th* sestorly curb line of '
Workman street to the westerly cub lino of I
Thomas street, (excepting such portions ot said s
street between said points aloug wbloh a cc- c
ment or asphalt sidewalk bas boon constructed I
and accepted,) laid lidewalk to be can- i
structod In accordance with specifications on i
flle In the office of the city clerk, aaid specifics- s
Hons being numbered twelve. c
Sec. 2. The city engineer having estimated t
that the total cost of said improvement will bo
greater than one dollar per front foot along «
each line of said street, inclu ling tha oo«t of t
intersections, it is hereby determined In pur- t
inance of an aot of the legislature 01 tho state <
of California, approved February 27, 1893, s
that bonds shall be Issued to represent the cost '
of said Improvement. Bald bonds shall bo se- «
rial, extending over a period ot ten years, an '
even proportion of which shall bi payable an- 1
nually on the second day of January of each i
year, after tbeir date until the whole are paid, «
and to boar Interest at the rate of seven par 1
cent per annum, payable semi-annually on i
the second dayi of January and July of each t
and every year. s
Sac, 3. The street superintendent shall post
notice of this work at required by law, and '
shall oause said notloo to v. publlahed for six 1
days lv tbe Los Angeles Daily Herald,
8«c. 4. The city olerk shall certify to the I
passage ol this ordinance and cause the t
same to bo published for two dayi in the Loi c
Anttelea Dailt Herald, and shall poit tho
same conspicuously for two days on or near the X
chambei door ot the conncil, and thereupon •
and thereafter It shall take effect and bo in '
I heieby certify that the foregoing ordinance f
was adopted by the council of tbo oity ot Loi i
Angeles at Its meeting of May 22d, A. D. 1893, 1
by the following vote: t
Ayes—Messrs. Campbell, Gaffey, Innes, Mnn- 1
son, Pessell, Rhodes, Btrohm and President 1
Teed (8). 5
C. A. LUCKENBACH, C
City Clork and ex-Offlolo Clerk of the Conncil
of the city of Los Angeles. r
Approved this 25th day of May. 1893. I
6-28 2t T. E ROWAN, Mayor. d
Ordinance No. 1697.
(NEW SERIES.) jj
A N ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND a
. V conncil of ths city of Loi Ange'esk order
ing ccrtalu work to be done on Bonnie Brae v
The mayor and council of the city of Lis An- b
Section 1. That the counoll of the oity of c
Los Angeles doemi it to be rsqulred by the -
public interest aud convenience, and hereby
orden the. following street work to be dorm
according to the specifications contained in its C
ordinance No. 1619, to wit:
Ist. That said Bonnie Brae itreet In said city,
Irom the northerly curb Hue of Temple street to'
the southerly curb lino o£ Bellevue avenue, In
cluding all intersection! ol streets, (excepting
such portions of said street and Intersections as
are required by law to be kept In order or re
pair by any person Or company having railroad
tracks thereon, and also excepting such p->r- ,
tions as have already been graded and graveled ,
and accepted), be graded and graveled in ac- v
cordance with tbe plans and profile on file in
the office ol the city engineer and specifications „
on file iv tie office of the city clerk of the clt j
of Loi Angoles lor grivole.l streets, said sped - .
Mentions being numbered five. ,
Becond—That, aredwoodcurb bo constructed 0
along each line of the roadway of said Bonnie
Brae street, from the northerly curb line of .
Temple street to the southerly curb line of -
Bellevueavenne(exceptiugaloagsuch portions f,
of the line of said roadway upon which a J
redwood.c-mentorcranliecurbhatalready bsen n '
constructed and accepted,) In accordance with
spoolftcatl-sns In the office of theclty clerk of j,
said city fur constructing redwood curbs.
Bee 2. Tbe any engineer having estimated p
that the total cost of laid Improvement will be .
greater than one dollar per front foot along q
each linn ol said itreet, including the cost bf tl
intersections, It li hereby de ermlned, in our- c
snsnee of an act of th* le7islature ot tho state 0
of California, approved February 27, 1893, that »
bonds shr.U be issued to represent lha cost of p
said improvement. Bald bonds shall be serial,
extending over a period of ten years, an even tt
proportion of which shall be payable annually v
on the socond day of January of esch year, after
their date, until the whole are paid, and to bear n
Interest at the rate of 7 per cent per annum, a
payable semi annually on tbe second dajs of |';
January and Jul v of each and every year.
Sb- .2. The oity clerk Is hereby dlrecteel to „
publish a notice of laid work, Inviting sealed B
proposals or bids for doing said work, and re- _
ferrlngtothe specifications posted or on file, m
lor two days, in the Los Angeles HititAi.n, a c
dally newspaper published and circulated In a
this city, hereby designated for tbat purpose. f (
Said notice shall require a certified cheek or a
bond, either, as prescribed by law, and for an ~,
amount not less than 10 per cent of the aggre- \
gate of the proposal. He Is also dlrecteef to :
post said notice with specifications conspicu
ously for five days on or near the counoll «
Bee. 3. The city clerk shall certify to the
passage of this ordinance, and shall cause the c
same to ba published for two days In the
I.os Angeles Herald, and thereupon aud
thereafter it shall take effect and beiu force.
I hereby certify that the foregoing ordinance
was adopted by the council ot the city of Los
Angeles at Its meeting of May 22d, A. D. 1893,
by the following vote:
A vei—Messrs. Campbell, Innes. Munson, Pcs
soil, Rhodes, Btrohm and President Teed—(7.)
C. A. LUCKENBACH, 0
City Clerk and Ex-Offlclo Clerk of the council 0
of the city of Los Augeles. c
Approved this 25th day of May, 1833. t
d-28-2i T.E.ROWAN, Mayor
— " t
Ordinance No. 1702. <
AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND t
couucil of the city of Los Angeles, order- t
log a certain sewer constructed on Crescent t
The mayor and council of the city ol Loa -
Ange'es do ordain as follows: j
Beciion 1. Thst ths council of the city ol ,
Los Angeios deems It to be required by'the t
public Interest and convenience, and hereby c
orders the following street work to be done
according to tho specifications contained In Us r
ordinance No. 1630, towit: t
Flr.it—That a public sewer be constructed d
along Crescent avenue in said city, from a
point SO feet south of the south Hue of Boston t
street, to the sewer manhole nuw built at the
Intersection of Crescent avenue and Temple s
street, and across all intersections of streets to- t
gather with manholes, lampholes and flush I
The size of said sewer shall be eight Inches
In ititernal diameter, and be constrncted of salt s
glnzed vitrified pipe, iron and cement. All of i
which shall be constructed In accordance with
the plans and profile on flic la tbo ofllce of the
cliy engineer and ipectflcatlonß on flle In the
officD ol tho city olerk of th* clt-of LosAn
geler, said specifications belug numbered
The cost of constructing said sewer shall bs
assessed against all lots and lands fronting
upon the same.
Sic. 2. The city clerk Is hereby directed to J
publish a notice of aaid work, Inviting seaiecl
proposals or bids for doing said work, an Iro r
ferrlngtothe specifications posed or ou fllo,
fortwodaya In the Los Angelea Hbk u.o, a
dally uewnpaper published and circulated In 0
thisolty, hereby d-slgnated for that purpose T
Bald notice shall require a certified check or a r
bond, either, ai prescrib«d by law, and for an „
nmounr not less than 10 per cent of the aggre- f
gate of the propoial. He Is also dltscted to
postmid notice with specifications consoicu c
outly for five days on or near the conncil cham
j 8«c. 3. The city clerk shall certify to the
passage of thia ordinance and shall cause the
same to lie published for two day* in the Lot
Angeles Hbbald, and thereupon and thereafter
it shal 1 take effect and be in force. .
1 hereby onrtlfy that tbe foregoing ordlnan c L
wss adopted by the council of the city of Im i
Augeles atits mestlug of May 22, A. 1). 180S,by 1
the followiug vole: J
ayes—Means. Campbell. Innos, Munson, Pcs- b
sell, Rhodes, Btrohm and President Teed, (7.) a
„, _ 0. A. LUCKENBACH, o
City Clerk and ex-ofllclo Clerk of ihe Council n
Ordinance No. 1707.
4 N ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND
. V couucil of theclty of Lc.s Angelas de
claring tholr intention to Improve a portion of
Third street, and determining that bonds shall
bei i d to raprrsent the cost thereof.
The mayor and oouucll of the cltyof Loi An
gelei d • ordalu as follows;
Section 1. T'hakth* public intoro>t and con-
require, srlld tbat It il tbe Intention
of th s city council of the city of Los Angeles
to orde" the following work to he done, to-wlt'
Ist, Tattaalri Third meet in said ctty, Irom
the ess c ly en h line of lids Angnles street to
the eait«rly Hue of Crocker street, including all
intersections of streets, (excepting such por.
tious of "aid street and Intersections as aro ft
quired by law to be kopt in order or repair by
auy porson or company haying railroad tracks
thereon and also excepting such portions as
have already been pared and accepted), be
graded and macadamized with porphyry rock,
In s.'cird 'uco with the plans ana prattle on file
In th - office of the city engineer anaspecifica
tions on file In the office of the city cleik of the
city oi I. is Angelas far macidamlaea streets,
said spi clllcstlons being numbered ten.
2d 1 bit a cement curb be constructed along
eaoh line ot the roadway of Bald Third street
from the easterly curb line of Loa Angelei
street lo (lie easterly line of Crocker itreet, (ex
cept Ing along snnh porttoas of the litre of satd
roadway upon which a cement or gtanlte onrb
has ni-,oady been constrncted and accepted )
in accordance with speclrJcatloni In the office
of the city clerk of said city for constructing
cement euros, said specifications being nam,
Bd. That a cement sidewalk six feet In width
becmslfuctedalong each ilde of laid Third
•trait from the easterly enrb line ot Loa Angelei
street to the easterly line of Cracker streot, (ex
cepting such portions of said street between
said point! along which a cement or asphalt
sidewalk has been constructed and accepted,)
si'd -I lewalkto be constructed in accordance
with sjitclflcatloni on file In the ofllce ot the
city clerk, stld specifications being numbered
4th. That a public sewer be constrncted
alone said Third street from a point opposite
the east line of an alley lying between Los An
geles and Wall streets to the cent r line of
Crocker street, and across all Intersections of
streets, (excepting along such portions upon
wh'oh a pnblto sewer hei been constructed and
accepted ) together with manholes, lampholes
snd Bush tanks. The size ot said sower shall be:
Kiirht inches In Internal dlamoter and be con
structed of salt glazed rltrlfiad pipe, brick, Iron
and cement. AH of which sha 1 los conttrucled
in aocoril ince with the plans and profile on flle
In the office of the city englneor, and specifica
tions on file In the office of the city clerk, said
specifications belug numbered fourteen.
The cot*, of constructing said sewer shall be
assessed againlt all lots and lands as provided
Sec. 2. Theclty engineer having estimated
that tho total cost of said improvement will be
greater than one dollar per front foot along
each line of said street, including the cos. of
intersections, it is hvreby determined In pur
suance of an act ot tho li g)slatu>e of the state
of California, approved February 27,1893, that
bonds shall be issued to represent the cost of
said iuiprcv -meat. Satd bonds shall be serial,
exleudingover aperiod of ten years, an even
proportion of whic \ shall be payable annually
on the tint day of January of each year, after
tbeit date, until the whole are paid, and to bear
interest at the rate of 0 per cent per annum,
payable semi-annually ou tha second days of
Jannsry and July of each and every year.
Ski: 3. Ot-liuance No. 1398, N. 8 , being in
conflict herewith, is hereby repealed.
Set. 4. The street superintendent shall po«t
notice of this work as required by law, and
shall cause said notloe to be published lor six
days In the Los Angeles Daily Hsbald.
tec. 5. Tho city clerk shall ce-tlfy to tho
passage of this ordinance and oause the same to
be published for two days in tbe Los Angeles
Daily Übrald, aud shall post the same cou
sniouous y for twodsys on or near the chambsr
door ol the council, and thereupon and tt.?re
after It .hall take effect and be in force.
1 hereby osrtl'y that the foregoing ordinance
was adopted by the conncil of th i olty o' I.os
Augeles at its rreetlng of May 22, A. D. 1893,
by the following vote:
• yes -Messrs. Campbell, Gaffey, Innes, Mun
son, Pessell.tthodes, Slrohm and President Teed
C. A. LUCKENBACH,
City Clerk and ex-ofllclo clerk of the counjil of
the city ot Los Angeles.
Approved this 25th day ol May, 1898.
5-26 2t T. S. ROWAN, Mayor,
Ordinance No. 1695.
(NEW SERIES )
AN ORDINANCE OF THB MAYOR AND
council of the City of Los t ngeles, declar
ing their Intention to construct a sewer along
The mayor and council of the city o! Los Au
geles do ordain as follows:
Section 1. That the public interest and con
venience require, and that it il the Intention of
the oity council of tbe city at Los Augiles to
ord.ir the following work to be done, to-wlt:
Flisl. That a nubile sewer bis constructed
along Bellevue avenue In said elty, from a
point 450 feet east from tha east line of Dong
las streot to the sewer manhole now built at the
intersection of Douglas street and Bellevne
avenue, and across all intersections of streets,
together with manholes, lampholes and flush
The slue of said sewer shall be: Bight Inches
In internal diameter, and Be constructed of salt
glazed vitrlfled pipe, brick, iron and tement. All
nt which shall be constructed In accordance with
the plans aud profile on flle In the office of the
city engineer and specifications on file In the
offico of tne city clerk of the city of Los An
geles, said specifications being numbered four
The cost of constructing said sewer shall be
assessed against all lots and lands fronting
upon tbe same.
Bkc. 2. The street superintend,nt shall post
notice of this work as required by law and shall
::nusesaid notice to be published for six days
In tbe Loi Angeles Daily Heeald.
Bite. 3. Theclty clerk shall certify to the
passage of this ordinance and cause the
same to be nnbllshed for two days In the Los
Angeles Dailt Heralp, and shall poet the
lame conspicuously for two dan on or near the
chamber door ot the council.'and theteupon
tuil thereafter it shall take effect and be In
I hereby certify that the foregoing ordinance
was adopted by the council of the city of Loa
Angeles at ita meeting of May 224, A. D. 1893,
by the following vote:
Ayes: Mesirs. Campbell, Gaffer. Tnnes, Mun
lon, Pesse'l, Rhodes and Btrohm (7).
C. A. LUCKENBACH,
City Clerk nnd ex-Offlol i Clerk of, the Council
oi the City of Los Angeles.
Approved (his 25th day of May, 1893.
5-28 2t T. E. ROWAN, Mayor.
Ordinance No. 1604.
A N ORDINANCE DECLARING THE INTER
. » tion of the mayor and council of trie city
of Loi Angeles to establish (he grade of New
Macy and Clara streets from the easterly line
of Macy street to the northerly line of the Avlia
The mayor and council of the city of Los An
geles do ordain as follows:
Bbction 1. That It is the Intention of the
couucil ol the city of Los Angeles to estab
lish the grade ol New Macy and Clara streets
Irom the easterly lino of Many street to the
northerly line of the Avlia tract, as follows: At
the iittriootioti of Macy and New Mact streets
the gra.te shall be 19.50 on the northeasterly
corner and 10.110 ou the setitiiossterly corner)
at tbe intorso.ctloa of New Macy and Clara
streets 25.50 on ihe northwest corner; at points
10 feet west and 10 feet nor h of the southeast
i v rol New Macy and Clara streets 20 80; at
the iiiteiieetlou of Clara streets with the north
erly line >f the Avila tract 23.00.
Aud hi alt points betwein said designated
point 6 Hie grade shall be established bo as to
conforitvto a straight line drawn between said
Eievatyiisare In feet and above city datum
Bee. 2. [The city clerk shall certify to the pas
sage of ills ordinance and shall utuie thnssme
to be published for ten day* in the Los Ang ties
HaiiALi),'and thereupon and thereafter It ihall
take cfi'ent and be in force.
1 hereu certify that tho foregoing ordinance
was adop ed by the council ol tne olty of Lai
Angeles 11 its meeting ot May 16, inns,
C. A. LUCKINBAOI,
Appro\ id this 19th day ol May, 1893
Bt* 1' ' JTE ROWAN, Mayor.
Notice to Creditors.
E3TATC OF BRIDGET WiLSON, DB
Notice s hereby given by the undersigned,
executoi of tho Ist will ot Brldgat Wilson,
duocnsei to the creditors ot, and all pr
sons ha ing claims against the said de
ceased, t exhibit the same with the neosasary
voncheri within ten moaths after the first
publleni on of this notice, to ths said execu
tors of t else; will ot Bridget Wilson, at No.
253 Sou b Main etrent, Los Ange'esolty, Cel..
thessni. being the place of business ol said
estate lr tbe county of Los Augeles.
Dated his 9th day of May, a. D. .893.
Smith it Winder, Attorneys for Executors,
j 5-10 Hot
Sotfcebf application for Dissolution.
UtJ'T.l'.u 18 ''BRBBif GIVEN THAT TUB*'
"Ti ,7 tHoima. Investment company has btd
bled 1 '.lis, court It application for dissolutions
and tl it the fume will be he.rd before depart
ment io. I of iln: superior court of the county
°1. 1 ;P!l A , nilele ' i on 'he 20th day ot June, 1893,