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OFFICIAL CITY PAPER.
eXITY- - A INVE-T
-i ora'Journal. Reports of everyth "B relat
ing to land from fifty towns In Bouthern Cali
fornia. No boom articles, hut a conservative,
honest record of progress. Los Angeles office,
1116 South Broadway. Send 93 for n year's
subscription nnd begin with volume out In
.Tulv. This 1s tlie only publlcsi ion of its char- |
acter, Persons Interested in land cannot sford
to be wrthout It. Address oorrespon cc to
Edgar F. Howe, Redjandi, Cal. 8-ldto |
V I UN'I El:'- iI \ \-' '1 \<i \U '•• BK • •''
JI tamed at the fcllow.ng plact Spring
and Second, First and Spring, Junction Temple
and Spring, front of Germanla saloon, Main st-
Our lign indicates our address, i; Iss Bellevue
avenue. Don't be Imposed upon I,; ImltatOM,
Buy the genuine article si the above local ons.
We are the originators of Ihe genuine Texas
tamnles In Loi Angelea- 12-14 6m
IkJOTI( , E--T88 ,, M)8 ANOELFS CITY WATER
ll company will strictly enforce thefollowlng
rule: The h'onrs for sprlnklini are~>et* 10
and S o'clock a. m. and 6 nosl •Vim* p, BT.
For a violation of the above regulation the
water will be shut off and a fine of . I will be
charged before the water will be t .ed on
•gain. »-l7 tf
/Columbia bar-hock ttpewr iteri
\ 1 Print in sight, with greatest speed nnd ue
curaey. price and peynients easy. Otherma
ehlnej for renter for sale cheap. LONOLEY
At WAGNER, Spring and First sts. 5-21 lm
r" EMWfItIDEW AI.KS, BASEMENT FLOORS
and reservoirs, 5e her foot. Plast-ring
brick and cement work repaired. DENNIS
MADIBAN, -OX) San Pedro st. 6-5 lm
7TN(:LE"saM WINE CELLAR 1 ! E. FI.EUR.
U Wholesale and retail. Sonoma tnd
dry nnd sweet wince, Brandies, whiskies.
404-406 N. Loa Angeles at. U
/■IIVEN AWAY-2 LBS. OF OrTnul U i 5
I I sugar will, ever) lb. of tea al WALTERS'
GROCERY, 128 East Fifth at. All standard
brands at usual prices. 8-23 lm
fTOUBE, WINDOW, MARBLE CLEANIX
J 1 Carpel cleaning a specinlly, 4 tents a
yard. Best reference. FELTON, 363 South
Mnin. 5-28 (It
IMFTY DOLLARS TO - NTlfHINii THAT
X/ Drake's tnmales are the elcnnest and beitj
rnnterlttl and workmsnsbip considered.
1/OR PIIOT()GRAPHB"of"s"pIRITFRIENDS •
1 call for two weeks at 332 s. Hill si. 5-81-7t
VVtHI NOP MART A Co-cPEKATIVE !
Ti Bakery in Los Angeles? 5-30-31
Fr"fILOPFJt7TIOUBE MOVER, OFFICE"
. 112 Center Place 1-15 tl
onr giant coffee roaster, .lava and Mocha,
SBolb; Mouiitain miff's-, 28c; Germea, 30o;
tolled rye, 10c; 4 lbs rice, 25e ; 3 pkts slnrcb,
'.'.<■ ■. 8 lbs corn meal,lsc: 20 lbs brown sugar,
H>l; In eranulated sugar, *1; 5 lbs
dried peaches, 2rn- ; n ~.5....... W., in
lbs navy beans, 23e; can tomatoes, loe.
cans corn beef, 25c. enn linked beans, !Oc; ex
tract beef 25c- HAreV rnnl beer. 13c; 1 burs
pinmore'a soap, liio; can coal oil, hoc; iilim
lcnflr.r.l, 80o: picnic bams, 14'„elb. I.co
NpIIIC STORES, .'.' os S. Spring.
I Jl..Mr .fF.lff/Wy flour B()c.?fhuulnte:l sugar
15 lbs 91, brown sugar IM lbs .fl. rnisms 5 lbs
25c. i Hrdines 5 boxes UOc, table Irult 3 cans
60e, Midland'CofieoKftc lh, «aat«r|i oil SOo, gas
oline SO :, J.lbeati Cornell tent loc, lar.l 10 lbs '
91.10, ft lbs 35c. 601 South Spring street, cor.
M EHMEK'S FEMALE "p'fI.LVAS a SPECIFIC
monthly medlelne for immediate relief for
painful nnd Irregular menses-from whatever ,
cause. Forsnleie. freeman A: CARPER, 102 ;
N. spring street. ly ]
p W JT.'INI'EVII l:. RROKKR, 300WE8T
[lie Second atreet. Confidential agent for In
vestors. If you wish lo lender borrow or in
vest in good lecuritli« pleaie call at my office. '
PERSONAL-W. W. TAYLOR, uAWYER, '
1211, South Broadway, room 5. Probate and '
tSSaeSSaljgS 11 >l"ci"i:-.-. Advice free. 7-- 1 :. i
\Y» v iH'- Alt Ml. |i|\; 'HEuTIFRE-'ii
" employiueni or nnv iiiformatlnn, address
■jNITTINOER'S BUREAU, establlahed 1880 1
Office, :>I!P.. south spring str'-et, residence 451 '
South Hope street, corner Fifth, Loa Angelea,
Cal. Teleph 113. s-io tf
PKTVY, HUMMEL i CO., EMPLOYMENT
J agents, 131-135 W. Firs; st. Telephoneso9.
Under the .Los Angeles Nutlonal Bank. Help
of all kinds oarefully selected nnd furnished.
Situation., of nil kinds tumllhed.
I>OYB WANTED AT THE LOS \N',EIFS i
1> District Telegraph to. ;ii7 North Main
str. ci ; »-l-:(i
TETANTEU STEADY EMPLOYMENT "of
IV any kind Ly young man who la used to ,
hard wi'rk; have had no experience with '
honee, but am not to old to learn. Address j
box 30, this office. (i-l-;it '
•»»• XNI'ED -SITUATION VS TRAVeTiNG
il salesman to sell groceries, grocers tund
rles or elgnrs nnd tobacco. Audress M, this
Bfflee : 5-30-lil
WTANTED—SITUATION. JAPANESE W \ \ i s
Tl to do cooking nud housework: rlrst-elasa
references. If. J., 819Bantee at, r, ;;o-2t ,
TT" ANTUD. SITUATION AS BOOK KEEI 'i >;
vv Addreea D, thts office. 0-30-61
\\ T ANTED- - AGE' N't: PAID t"(;Ooli'iSSj
i' mission and 98000 divided among them
next w inter. Special attractinna tone puahed
this year, tor which we wanl the service, if !
peat agents everywhere. THE CURTIS PUB- 1
UBHING Co., Room 80, Chronicle Building, 1
-ari iTiuieise,,. .'i-30-2dt wS-3-lt |
TV ANTED - HOME.
vv School-mestorwants comfortable I) uueiu
private Chrlatlan family; terms modern to E
GHORLKV. Post-office, general delivery.ft-BQ.Bt j
WTANTED TO SEEI. .\ GOOD BILLIARD '
">Me: win sei; verj eh. ep. For further
information call or address 364 E First st
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LOST AND POUND. .
T OBT «»N '
«old hunting ensj Waltham watch, No
~106,043. ease No. Q 9754, on Spring. Main or
i baaeball grounds. The liiuler will be 1 her- '
tlly rewarded by returning to "11." box 30
Herab_l office, :",.'j:;j(. '
F"U HtN-i- fIODiWM.
£so!t FaKNT No. 831 S. oI.iVE BTRI T 7
I rooms: newly papered; 933' water free
toe on: list of rent hou ••■ most complete In
»eeity. p. v. PIEIEP. i CO., loss. Broad- 1 .
gay. :-2s . i
l"4»R i!*:N I -Mf.CBI.I, sLKOUS.
T"0 LET—PART* Ol ' :: s : o_io fKHJTH
k Broadway. Euir.iire ~; nceu W |.|. ft-17 f
HVIIIt- s M|; riM'lH. lts.
METROPOLITAN sTI ', V; DYE WORKS 241
JraiiKlin street; line dyeing nnd clean
•"»• 14S tf
pABjsiAN Dye works. 275 south main
l ttreet; ljeat dying in tin .-it.-, l£ '
SjsRANKC. ?OUNG, CONTRACT(")R7T3~wi_^
V 8(111 IlloClt. ~.!(; lv
CONRAD BCHERER, GRAnTteTiVii umYn
t_/ ous and asphult paving. 227 W. First si. '
MONEY TO LOAN.
Agent for the
GERMAN HAVINGS AND LOAN
SOCIETY OFS F.
Building loans a specialty.
Real estate sold.
Agent Sun Fire, of London,
older-t company in the world.
R. G. L( NT,
5-25 6m 827 W. Second st.
VAN A RL'I LEDGE,
Fire Insurance, Loan and Invgitmenl Broken.
Money Loaned at 6 per cent.
Bondi Bought and Sold.
I Agents Imperial Insurance Co., Ltd,, of London.
2-22 6m 301 W. First St.
POR SALE -3330 SHARES OF THE CAPITAL
r Itockoj the TAB SPRINGS AS
PHALT COMPANY at 19 cents
J. L. BALLARD,
20< South Broadway.
(INKY TO I.OAcToN DIAMONDS, JEWEL
ry, welches, pianos, f ulsklns, live stock.
; cmriages, bicycles and ail kinds of personal
and collateral security. LEE BROS., 403 3.
' l? n l-
MONItY TO 1-OAN.
ATEIi) loans money In any nmonnls on
nil kinds ol collateral security, diamonds,
lewelrv, sealskins, merchandise, etc. Also on
PIANOS, Iron snd steel safes, and profes'-tonal
libraries, without. rvuiovAl; and On furniture
in lodging, boarding nousoi and hotels, with
out removal. Partial payments received.
Money quick. Business confidential. Private
offices for IntMes, W. K. OS GROUT, manager.
Uoumi 2, 3 nnd 4 114 S. Spring it.
MONEY LOANED ON MORTGAGES, ■ PER
cent net on 11 rrt-classproperty for amounts
0(510,000 and oi er. cm loans under 910,000
no commissi,,n will l<e charged ;no expense for
txaminniion "f city proporty and no delay.
MAIN BTREET SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST
CO., 426 8. # Matn st. 3-1 6m
OTICE TO TliS l I I'l.Tr. 1 HAVE BOUGHT
the p'lwiit'.'.'king husinesa of B. Fanta at
800 North Main st.. on March 13th, nnd havo
overtaken sll Pledges left with him at that
place, and will eontlnue Ihe same business.
Parties living out of tho city wiehing to com
municate tn iliclr own lntereat will address A.
M >- Is In place ol B. Fanta, 80. 306 North
Main slreet. 5-5 lm
A TLA Nil' "LOAN CO., B. FANTA, MANA-
J\ ger, No. 118 W. Second st. bclween Main
prlng st". Established in 1885. Loans
money nl reduced rAles of interest on dia
monds, watches, Jewelry, collateral securities,
.rtj i." etc. Vnlr ana square dealing. Also
linewMeh repairing by It. 0. GILHOLM. All
work guaranteed. 0-3 lm
il' YOU WANT MONEY WITHOU* DXtAY,
1 no eommislioni prevailing rales of interest,
See Security Satlngi Bank, 1-18 fl. .\rnin. 4-1 ly
11 ■'■ iif.si'm.a.L—i sa
fMity IIAYFOItl), ATTORNEY AND COKN
\Y selor st lnw, rooms 12 and 13. Lnnfraneo
buil'iitig, 218 .North Main street, Irfts Angeles.
Telephone 1167, Practices ln all state and
United Suites court*. 8-19 tf
A. w. HIiTTON. OI.IN wr.u.aor.sr.
YV El.l.BiiltN HUTTON, ATTORNEYB AT
M lnw, rooms ss, 'W' j and 89 Temple block,
Juuctlo-1 Spring and Main, I.os Angeles, Cel. tf
TAY ?.. HUNTER, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
fl Bry 011-Bonebrake block. Telephone 328.
Practices in all Ihe courts, state and federal
\\'7l7. dT gouldT attorney-at law,
ii rooms 82-5 Temple Block; telephones:
office, 1012; residence, 1(143. 6-1-lm
13EN GOODRICH, LAWYER, NO. B _ tAW
I> hnll'Lng, 135 Temple slreet, near court
house. Telephone 108. 7-8 tf
P J. ADCOCIC, ".Vri'()RNISY; SPECIAL AT
IV* tontlon given to the lettlement of estates.
113 Weil First street. 4-8 tl
i \ p.. -rrsi\«ssi /.TVir^,,,-,, n'r T.AW, FUI,-
I »» ton block, 207 New High street, I.os
Angelea. 1-16 tf
\V M. POLLARD, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
»» room 3, Allen block, Temple and Spring
stri i i i. 2-2i;n"
rr-— 1 11. . 1 i
Kltvo \-\ :ona L.
| \N.,KI.L. .' i; AI NI Xrt SCIIOOL
I 4 porated) for klliderjrartners. Address MRS.
NQRA D. MAYIIEW, (ifii W. Twenty-lhird St.
f '"(feVNGEI.Efi miSINESS COLEGE
Ij AND KNC.LTSH TRAINING FCHOOL
(Itieorponucil) 141 South Main street.
Largest nnd lies', equipped business training
school on the coast. Thorough and practical
couraet in tho comraerdal, Bhorthand. type
writlng, telegraphy. aasa)-lngand sii English
branches. Large, able nmi mature faculty of
Instructors. Day nnd evening sessions. Terms
reasonable, ('nil nl co lege oflice, or write for
elegant oatalogue. E. F. SURADER, president;
K. \V. KF.I.SEY, vico-president; 1. N INSKEEP,
secrelary. B-Ki-'Ol tf
riMIK V.'ooiißl' ll'vlirVlXESS COLLEGE HAS
I removed to the upper floor of the Slowell
block, 22(1 South Spring slreet. It has now the
largeat nud finest lin iltn ss college rooms In tho
Rtate, and the largeht attendance of any eom
niercin] school south o[ San Francisco.' Fine
passenger elevator running direct to Iho
•ohool rooms, rendering stair-climbing unnee
cscry. The public is cordially invited tn call
and inspect ihe college in its new location.
Both day and evening schools in session the
entire summer. Catalogue end College Jour
nal free. G. K. Hough, President; N. G. I'elker,
v Ice-President; E. c. Wilson, Bec'jr. 5-4 ly
pROBKL INSTITUTE, CA*.VDE ROSAS. I.US
i Angeles, c»i., Adams street, corner Hoover,
vrs. Carolyn m. x. Alden of providence, n. 1.,
Is now ready to organise her 17th vearufnor
i ndorgarten nnd post graduate courses.
Prospect lie sent upon apilientioii to Mrs. C M
N '•'deli. 44 Angell street, Providence, R, 1.
after July 20th to Los Angeles. 5-lt> if
T A. SCHOOL~O> 'ART A~N1) DESIGN'" (IN
!Jt corporated). New studies. tTtitrnnce in
Chamber of Commerce. L. GARDEN-MAC
I.EOD, principal. Pasadena Tuesdays snd Frf.
"lays. 5-25 tf
DHORT HAND AND TYPEWHITINiTpRAC
k? tlcnlly taught, latest Pitman system, at tho
LONGLWV INSTITUTE, Spring aud First sts.
A STBI'RY, SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITINIi
/V and Business Institute. Take elevator by
People's Moro, I'liillips block; send for catn-
I'Kiie. 10-1212 m
A WiLI.II ARTITZ, MUSICALSTUIHO. ROOM
.\. 4, I'olomne I-lock. 8-13 ly
7:Wffmd \N E DAY SAVED BY TAKING
• viiVj) "'vw '' : !M ! '• y " : " io! 'sto
. -i,iny»i" ;iy, ;.t. ~ouis, i hieago,New York
and Boston. I,cave Angeles every Wednes
day ; personalis conducted through to Chicago
end Boston; family tourist sleepers to Kniisns
City and Chicago dally. Low rates and quick
est lime. Ofßce, 139 N. Spring st. ly
PHILLIPS EAST-ROUND EXCURSIONS —
1 Personally condncteff; via Denver nnd
Itlo Grande and Rook Wand routes; lcnves
Loa Angelea every Tuesday and Friday; otom-
Ing tbe Sierra Kevad&s and passing the entire
•cenery on the Rio <:rsnd? by daylight. Office
138 South Spring street. ' 1-lf
f s REAT - CEXTRAL - ROUTK EXCURSIONS,
\ I Experienced condueton through from I.os
Angeles to Boston; only si: dttya to New York
or Bi aton; tourist cars. V. E. SHEARER, man
ager, office, 229 South Kp.-ing et., Los Angeles.
i a Judson ,<. 557s excursions east
r- » every Wedneidayvia Suit city and
Denver. Tourlal ears to Chicago and Boston.
Manager i:, charge. Office, 212 8, Si.ring sL
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I*H V S.ICI A Ns,
». «■■ J 11. SMITII,'SPEC ULTY~M ID
HI wlfery. Ladies eared for during confiue
ment at 727 Bellevue avenue. Calls prom pily
attended to. Telephone 1119. 2-25 if'
pANCERS '. Mi Tl'MiiltK, KEMfIVED WITU*.
s- out tile use of tlie knife. Call at oflice and
patients under treatment 124 south
MAIN ST. DR. GARRISON, 5-23 lyr
( 'KORGE H. 1.1.A: :.. >' D„ OFFICE AND
VX residence, mi No ill Spring street. Office
hours, 8 to 12, Itos,lito 8 p. m. Telephone
1 \' : 'i IMPTOK, IV, . ear, THROAT, cZ
I / tnrrli cured. Room 19 Hellman block.
Third and Main. 5-14 1 m
-' ■ ~ - — : -L- -—- . -T
fJURGEi J. PEEVE. \ l;( HITECTrESTAB-
L> liahed tor tbe last lOyearsin Los Angeles.
Loon,'. , and S (second Boor), Workman block
Spring st., between Second and Third. 1-25 ly
P BROWN, AJtCHITECX lii SOUTH
Broadu-ay, 8-7 lv
LOS ANGELES TTERALD * THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 1, 189*.
POR HAI.Bj—OITf JMIOPICRTT.
le finest housea of 12 niomi, with i losete,
bath hot snd cold wnter, gas attachments for
heating nml light; house elegantly <■< . orsted;
alto No. 1 liarn for 3 horses, carriages, lOtona
hay, and hostler's room; nice lawn, flower*,
ahfiil>s. fencing, etc.; lot 00x105; near Ihe cor- •
nor nf I igucroa end Washington sin .is Thia
elegani home la offered at the ridiculously low
price ol 97000. Will lake part good trade.
7U acres, improved, southwest of i Ity: 9730.
GILBERT & GILBERT,
0-25 tf 138's. H. Spring.
An -i wv-FOR SALE -A LARGE - MIIDErS
IMItHMI honte, 12 room*, with baths, closets
and p- ; feet sanitary arrangements: nesrlyone
acre of handsomely improved ground*, with
barn, carriage house snd driveway. This place
commands view of tho entire city, and is close
In. v i err great bsrgsln; only 98300. T.J.
CUDDY, 206 N. Spring. 5-12 If
«_')~lil"_—A NICE HOUSE AND WELL IM
)' I" proved HO foot lot on Eleventh st.
near Peart; only 83300 T J. CUDDY 300 s\
Spring st. 5-12 tf
tßsi/wk-NEW 5-ROOM HOUSE ON VlC
*llvm' torla Slreet. Monthly payments
fl». ALLISON BAAtLOW, 237 West Ssrond
street. Hi tt
T, OB SALE-LOT IN THE T RMRTON TRACT,
IT near Hoover street; s harrafn: no agente
need answer. Address BARGAIN, box 30, this
dT| iA/k-FOR SALE-NEW 5-ROOM "Wo 113
•Tl-H*\r on Victoria street; monthly pay
ments 815.00. ALLISON BARLOW, 237 West
Second street. 4-12 tf
' — ' ... -v. a i-v. - _ ■ 1 '. .
rnu COURTS* rnOfIBTT.
d»s<7sr-THE FINEST DAIRY RANCH IN
»F I i »>tha county, SO acres, mostly in nlfnlfa;
fenced, with house, hern, oorrals, 17 hoad of
milch cows, horses, wagons, buggies, farming
utensils, artesian wells, all complete, at only
9175 per acre. This property Is near the city,
and an undoubted bargain.
3 23 tf T. J. CUDDY, 206 N. Spring st.
FO R - BALE—FOR 920,OOO^TW'ISNTY-F() t' R
acres of Washington navel orango orchard
ln the frnstless belt si Highland, hearing a
splendid income; largi nursery; good build
ings and lots of water; terms easy; nil! fell all
or part. Address H. If. ROGERS, IMx 35,
Mesetna, Calif. 5-tl-3at-Bun-8t
QAiVVI— A~CTIOICK 10 ACIVFS of LAND,
■wOIJUIF all In hesring fruits nnd berries,
with neat house, bsrn, well, tank, etc.; only
one mile from the city, and very cheap; only
96000. T. J. CUDDY, 208 X. Spring, 5-13 tf
_.\7.tI_I—SPLENdTdLY IMPROVED FRUIT
-ip (•HH.F farm of 13 seres on the foothills at
Altadeat; orchard in nice condition; perfect
water supply, house, barn, etc.; price, 97300.
T. J. CUDDY, '-iHI \. ,<prlng st. 0-lit
rttß lace— mi«o-i.i.4nkoi;s.
T.sOR SALE 20,000 LEMON AND ORANGE
V trees; first-class trees; will be sold without
reserve. Call on J. E. MORGAN, at nursery on
Pnsndena avenue, in Sycamore grove. Address
530 Downey avenue, city. 5-28 7t
Must'bk Sold at once to pay a "Nora
two fine spring wagons. Apply at 600
Upper Main street. 5-31-tf
iTon SALE—COW AND CALF. CHEAP: FAR-
J 1 lies going east. Inquire 125 W. NINTH ST.
T7OR SALE— OLD~PAPERS IN QUANTITIES
JT to suit, at this oflice.
CI—IS— 1 .._l-' 1 ' ' ■-■ - - L .11 'JI 1
dk 1 k nnA-GH ACRES, RICH LOAM FOIL.
•P If>«lF\F\l located 1 mile of railrond end
good town, within 17 miles ol I.os Angeies; 8
acres in bearing naval oranges, 10 lemon trees,
5 acres In soft shell walnuts, about 10 acres in
deciduous fruits; ornamental plants, roses,
msgnoliss gravel driveway; fronts a 100-foot
avenue; 35 acres In elfalfa. The balance Is nil
fine fruit and farming land. Fine modern
built house of 7 rooms, finished in curly red
wood, fine mantels closets, bath-rooms; house
ol 4 rooms for servants; good barn and out
buildings. The place is all under fence and
cross-fenced. Artesian wells nnd water piped
all over the place end In the house. Will Trade
this magnificent farm for good Northern Cali
fornia properly, i.'nll or address GRIDER ,tt
DOW, 109 J. S. Broadway 4-0 su mo tv th tf
"pvlt. DIFFENBACHER, UPV S.
."ksteSaWf. ly Spring street, moms 4 and 5.
Tei-th extracted and fillet! withruij
DR. L. W. WELLS COR. OF SPRING AND
First streets, Wilson block; tske elevator.
Gold crown end bridge work a specialty; teeth
extracted without pain. Room 1. m 4 tf
DAMS.BKOS, DJSNTISTB. 339}* S. SPRING,
bet. Second arid Third. Painless filling
and extrnctin:', 49a andflj.. Crowns, 95. Set
teeth, 96 to if lv. hsiabllt lied ln L. A. city 13
years. 5-18 H
TV<• 8. H. TOLHURST, 108 V. N.
| 1 / Spring St., rooms % il and 7. Painless ex-
Ii RANK STEVENS, SOUTH WrInGST"
Open Sunday, and ovoning by electric light
nit. PARKER,"DENTIST, 145 n. bpringT
IJ Telephone. 11(1. ,'Kl4tf
T sfl 1! X A MMERHKYBR
i First-class music furnished for balls pnr
tles, concerts, receptions, and picnics. Violin,
mandolin, etc., taught. Oflice at Kit/gernld's
music store, corner N. Spring and Franklin
Bte. 10-14 ly
r~ 08 ANGELES CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC
jL nnd Ail: open nil the year. MRS. EMILY'
J. VALENTINE, president, corner Broadway,
and Fifth street. 8-14 ly
UANJO, BY MISS 11. *. ABTBURY; 0 AND 6
stringed tnught. Stuclio 51: take elevator
'.y i'cople's store, I'ilillif.. hloel.. ly
M"'RB. PAUKEU, CLAIRVOYANT—CONBUL
tntIons on business, love, marrißge, dis
ease, mineral locations, life reading, etc.; take
University electric car to Forrester avenue
nnd Hoover street, go west on Forrester ave
nue three blocks to Vine street, second house
on Vine west of Vermont avenue.
PERSON Al, TRi IF.STEARNS, ASTROLOGER
and clairvoyant medium, 127 South Rrond
wny. between First and Second sts. 4-Jii-lm
M'iss'c. STAFFER CHIROPODIST AND
masseuse, 211 w. First St., opp. Nadeau.
j 12-24 ti
BSTRACT AND TITLE INSURANCE COM
pnny of Los Angeles, northwest corner of
Franklin and New llii.-h streets. m! 7 tf
l'Ait.vrS, COI'VmOHIN, KTC
HAZARD A TOWNBEND, ROOMP, DOWNEY
block. Tel. 347, Los Angelea 11-22 11
Oidinaiice Ho. 1086.
AN ORDINANCK DICLARIMG THE IN
. tenttou ol the mayor and coutrcll of the
oily oi Los Auceles to establish the grade of
Ocean View avenue from Alvarado atreet to
Bonnie Bra.- s r. et.
The rn-ij or and council of the city of Los An
geles do o dam di foilows:
1 SICTION 1, Thit It Is the lntsntlon of tho
i council of the city of Los Angei' Sto eecabll h
the trade ol OooatiVlew avenue from Alvarado
■treat to Sonnlo Brae street, as lollows:
At ih-3 Intersection ol Alvarado etreet, ss now
establish, rl sOOOoa ihe northeast corner and
109,00 ■ n Ihe iionthtaet eorr.er; at the iutersec
tloa Of Queliuc ktreut 136.00 on the nor hwest
come:, and -it r eoi-t r,ppostte tc sni 1 corner In
the south sid.; 137.00 on the northeii-t c rii"r
and at a point opposite to aaid corner iv the
south side: at the lntcraeotlou of Bonnie Bias
sirnc'i iys.oo ou the northwest corner snd
137.80 on the soul hw.it corner.
Aud atail points biiween sad desgnatol
points the grades shall be esub lshe.l «o as to
(ronform ton s.raigtii Hue drawn bitween said
dealt intel points.
Elevations aru it feet and abov; city datn-n
Sso. 2. Ordinances Nos. 1142 nnd 1591 (new
series) aro hereby repealed.
bic 3. 'I he city clerk shall certify to the
I passnee of this ordinance and shall cause the
! tame to be published for tee days lv the Los
I Angeles Hr.RALn, and thereupon and there
after it «h»a tnke effect aud b<in force.
thereby c rtify that the above ordinance
whs adopt'd b l . the comic! of the olty ol Los
Augeles at us ineellug of May 15th. 18T13.
C. A. LUCi.ES BACH.
Anrrovcd tbis 19th day of May. 1803.
5-24 10* T. E. ROWAN, Mayor.
AMEEIING OF THE STATE NORMAL
Board will ba hold at the office of the
Normal -ohool in Los Ange.es at 2 o'clock p.
m. of JUNE 0, 18113 for tne purpose oi select
ill; plans for the building abont to be erected,
r, :to.7t tra Mniir Sw.r«t.T»,
Ordinance No. 1688. /
N ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING ANIJ Di
recting tho sale b; the City ol Lot A/ugeies
of that certain real property on SecondJetroet,
between Spring atreet and Broadway; upon
which the old City Hall la situated, aid pre
scribing the manner of such aale. I
1 he mayor and counel 10l tae city ol Lot An
gelea d i ordain aa followi:
9ECTIOH 1. That the right, title and interest
of tbe city of Loa Angeles ln and to til that
real property situated in the city of Lo* Ange
let, county ef Loa Anreles and state ot Calllcr
nia, and more particularly described as follows,
to-wlt: commencing st a point on tht north
erly boundary of Becond street, distant 165 54
feetln an easterly direction from the nertbeast
■ corner of aecond street snd Broadway and the
: corner ef a brick boildlrg bnilt tberton, and
ruining thence Irom aim Initial point aion?
the northerly boundary of Saoond atreet 01 82
feet ie an easterly direction to tbe southwest
eoraerof Bryson-Bonebrake bul ding; thence
along the wstterly line el aaid Fry ion *one
hrake bnlUlng 120 2;J feat In a northerly direc
tion to the nertheast ».- —• •: be old City Hall
bnlldlag; thence sleag tke northerly line
of aaid eld elty bill building 6180
fact la a weater'v alrertlon to tne
ror I h west corner ef'aald ed Olty Hal)
bnilnlng, said last mentioned point being
165.01 feetin an eastfrly direction from the
eaate ly boundary of Broadway, on a line par
alio! with etond street; thence southerly
along the westerly line of aaid old City Hall
I hnllatlag 110.87 fen to the point of beginning,
felloe sold in the meaner hereinafter pro
Bee. 2. The eify dark shall, onThnraday,
the 27th day of Jnne, ». I>. IM3, ln front o(
the police atatlen, at the eld City Hall, in the
i city of Los Aagelei, at the hour of 10 o'clock
! a.m. of that day, sail at public auction to the
hlf heat and beat bidder, for gold coin of the
United gtatea, payable tt tha time of the deliv
ery of the deed of said re I property, all the
right, t tle and interest of Ihe city ef Los Ange
les ln and to theabovedesrrlhed real property,
provided that no tale ahail b» made unL as the
said bid shall bo tt least < > \"<<i Tho suc
cessful bidder at ssld stle snail depout with
tbe c;ty ererk at tho time of ssld sale a sum
equal to the amount of ion per cent of said bid
as a guarantee of Ma purchase of said prop rty
ln accotdanre wl h his sal 1 bid. The proceeds
of the said salt shsll be paid by the purchaser
< ft he tald property to t he treasurer of t he city
of Los Angeles st the time of tho delivery of a
good and sufficient desd therefor to the said
purchaser. And the i ity clerk is fnrtner dt
lectodtoptv to the cily treasurer, at the time
of the < ompittlon of sv.d purchase, the ten per
cent received by him as a guarantee at the
time of said sac; watch ten per cent shall bo
applied by stld city treasurer at a por inn of
the payment for said property at the final con
summation of tald purchase. The city re
serves the right to occupy said premises for
six months, wl'h the option of six months
more tf olty so elect, at not to exceed *)100 por
Sec 3. Tho mayor of the city or Los Angeles
it hereby author!" ; to execute, acknowledge
and deliver to ihe purchaser at said sale a quit
claim deed of aLine estate, right, title and In
terest of the city of I os Angeles in end to alt
the taid real property vi.on the payment of the
p ".rebate money as hereinbefore expressed,
subject to too r- ■ i ■ iii'tis sboveexprsssed.
Sec 1. The City Clerk thall certify lo the
passage of this ordhi ,nco, and shall cause
the same to be pub ished oroo a week for
eight eonsecuOve weeks ln the Los Angeles
Dally H r.sii.n, a newspaper pnb'lshed In aaid
city, and tl.creupon snd thereafter it shall take
effect and bo tn force.
I hereby certify tnat the above ordinance
waa adopted by the council of tie city of
Los Angeles at its mteting of the 17th day
of April, 1893.
C. A. LUCKENBACH,
A proved by me this 13th day of Atril, 1593
T. K. ROWAN,
4-20-thu-8t Mayor of tne city of los Angeloe.
Ordinance No. 1685.
fNBW B2HIES t
AN ORDINANCE DECLARING TnE ISTEN
tIoa of tht mayor and c.runcilof tho city of
Los Angel ato establish the grade ol Cam
rnl.igs ttrtet from f.ntttrcttto Sixth street.
The mayor tnd council of the ci y of Loi
Angeles do ord.iln as follows:
Suction 1. That it is tht intention of the
council of the city of Los Angeles to estebliih
the grade of Cummingi Btreet from First street
to Sixth slreet aa follows:
At the inters ction of First street the g-ade
shall bs, at now .stabllshed, 38 60 en tbe
southwest and southeast corner; at the inter
section of leeong street, 31.72 en the north
west corner, 3 .00 on tbe northeast corner,
31.67 on the southwest corner, and 81.86 on
the southern corner; at the intersection ot
Third strstt, 80.00 on the northwest and north
oust corner, and 30 60 on the southwest nnd
soutbettt corner; tt the Intersection o' Fourth
strttt, 20.09 on the northwest and southwest
»tio 5<»."(».... -*™ einrineast end south
east corner; at t point 440 feet south of the
south ilnt of F nrth street, in the west line of
Cnmraints >l-'at, 33 00 nnd 32 00 ln the east
line; at a point (100 fee! south of the tonlh lino
ot Feurth street 37.00 In the west line of Cum
mingi street, and 36 00 in the ca l l line; at the
inttrt'cMon of Sixth Street. 35 00 on the north
wett corner tnd .14.C0 on the noriheatt corn'r
And st all points betwten said designated
point the gr.'ide shsll ps r.stab'lshe! so as to
conform to a straight line drawn bstsreen taid
designated pom t.
Bl«v\tion« arc In feet and above city datum
Sxc. 2. The i lly c'.erk shall certify to the
passage of this ordinance and shall cause the
same to bs published for teu days ln the Los
Angeles Hun iid, and thereupon aud thereafter
ltahall tAsc effect and be ln force.
I hereby certify tt/at tne foregoing ordinance
was adopted h, the council of tho city of Los
Angeles at Its racotiDgof May 18th, 1 893.
0. A LUCKENBACH. City Cletk
App oved this 19th day of May, 1893.
T. E. ROWAN,
5-21 lOt Mayor.
Ordinance No. 1684.
AN OH DIM A NCR DECLARING THB INTBN
tion o: the m .yorand couueil ot the city
tl I.os Angeles lo establish the grade of New
Macy a:.d ot.ira streets f rom the easterly line
of Macy street to the northerly lino of the Avlta
The mayor nnd council of Ihe city of Los An
geles duordain st follows:
Section 1. j hit It ,s the intention of tho
council of tho city of Los Augeles to estab
lish ihe grade oi NewMnoy mm Clara streets
from ihe' easterly line of' Macy street to ihe
northerly line of ihe A Vila, tract, as follows; At
the intersection of Macv aud New Mac. streets
the grade shall be 19.50 on the northeasterly
corner and 19.60 on the southeasterly corner;
at the intersection of New Macy and Clara
streets 1 ..re'i on ilie northwest corner: at point)
10 feet w. si and 10 feet nor h of the southeast
eorntr of New Macy and Clara utree.B CO 80; at
the Intcrsci ttcin of Clara streets with the north
erly linsof lh . Avlla tract 23.00.
And at nil points betwe>u said designated
points the grade shall be established s.O as to
conform lo a straight line drawn bstween said
Elevations are In feet and above city datum
Ski: ?.. The city olerk shall certify to the pas
sage ot th s o-dinance and shsll c suse the same
to be piuillsbed for ton dsya in the Los Ang-les
HKa.u.n, snd thereupon and thereafter it shall
take effect nnd be ln force.
I hereby certify that the foregoing ordinance
was adopted by the council ot tne city of Loi
Angeles al its meeting of May 16, 1898.
C. A. LUCKENBACH,
Approved this 19th day of May, 1893
5 24-lOt T. E KOWaN, Mayor.
Notice for Pnblicatiou of Time for
Proving 1 Will, Etc
TN TH? SUPERIOR COURT, INT AND FOR
1 the county of Los Angeles, state of Calfor
In the muter of the eatate of Elizabeth
Notice I■. hereby given that Tuesday, the 13ih
das o June, 1898, at 10 o'olock a. ra. of said
dav.ai the ourtroom of this eo-ir;, department
twotnereof. in meoky of Los An io,es, county
ol Li' Angeles, tnd ttato ol California, has
been apiioiiit-da.'he time and pm.ie for he»i
iug theennlicatlen ol Benton Flood and Griffith
I), i ompen. pray Ins. that a doi ummt now on
hie in i his court, purporting to be tae last will
and testa lent of the eaid deceased, b, admitted
tnp oei c ihat letters testamentary hi issued
thereon i; them, tt which time and place all
porsous interested therein m.y appear and
contest Die same
Dated May 29th, 1593.
T. H. WARD, Count- Olerk
ByO. W BI.AK*, Deputy.
W. P. Gardiuer.attorney for pe.isiouers.
Notice of Application for Dissolution.
VfOTTCE 13 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
11 Finlerton Land and Trust cimpany hats
h»d fii.-o in this court Its application for dis
solution, and that the same wili bo heard be
fore d pur: m-nt No 4of the super.or court of
the comii'v ot Loa Angelea on sb" 26th day of
June. 1 893. st 10 o'clock a. m. oi slid day, ur
as soot: inereafter ts con eel can b; Heard.
T. H. WAKD. County C'erk.
By W. H. WiiiTTgvoßX, D.'puty. 5 24 31t
Notice of Application for Dissolution.
•\TOTIiJE 19 HEREBY (JIVES THAT THU
X> California Itiveslmoni company has tisd
tiled in this court il (.pplicatlon lor dissolution,
nnd ihnt the same W/lil bs be rd before depart
ment No. 4 of tha tuoorinr court of the county
of les Angelea on Ihe 261h dty of June, 1593,
at 10 o'clock a.m. of taid day, or at coon there
after as counsel can be heard.
T. H. WARD. County Clerk.
By W. H. Wiiittsjmore. De illy 5-24 13t
By the Specialists, Drs.De Mon
co and Sapp.
Five Dollars a Mouth to All Patienta
and For All Diseases Until Cured,
Up to Jnly Ist.
Now is the lime to go.
Five dollars a month for skilled medical
treatment netil you -c cured, and all medi
Tbis is the offer, and It holds good until the
Ist of Ju'y. If you are In nee* of the services
of a physician, a first-class man who Is quali
fied to handle any phase of any ohroaic disease,
If you need medical atlentionof any kind, you
can get it now, and for aa long as you like, for
$5 a month IF YOU APPLY ATONCK TO DRB.
DEMONCO AND SAPP.
This is the offer: FIVE DOLLARS A MONTH
TO ALL PATIKNTB AND FOR ALL DISEASES
UNTIL CURED, UP l'O JULY let
Trusty Lieutenant, Mr. E. B.Smith,
Postmaster at Pomona, Cal.,
Makes a Strong Statement.
Among all the well-known citizens of Po
mona none are bet'er or more, favorably known
than Mr. E. B. Smith, Postmaster.
MR. E. B. SMITH.
The following statement made by Mr. Smith
carries weight with It. and will bo good news
to his many friends. lie says:
"I suffered for year" from chronic catarrh of
the head, noee and throat, and during tho past
ye»r tho trouble became very much worse. I
had intense psins through ray head, and some
times roaring tnd ringing sound* that would
almost mtke me wild. My hearing was so
much affeoted that it caused m ■ considerable
annoyance. My nose was always stopped up
with Urge hard lumps. There was a continual
discharge of mucous !n'o my throat and in the
mornlngt it would cause me to hawk and spit
until I was almo-t exhausted. I had severe
pains through ni7 chest and under my sho ild
ers. I could not sleep well at night, and would
get np in tho morning feeling but little re
"I have been under the oare of Dr. De Monco
and asso ■latoK bit a short time, and I have not
felt so well for years. I sleep well, pains htva
all left me, and my hearing is wondertolly im
"I am very well pleased, Indeed, and I am
glad to give my statement, If I can be of any
benefit to the public."
THEIR MAIL TREATMENT
In addition to their oflice treatment, and for
the benefit of thoso who cannot visit them,
they hava ' question blanks" which they will
send to you upt>n application by mall. Be aura
to answer macs qujs/ioo carefully, for upoa
this dooendt the SUOO9SS of their treatment.
Mellolnet will v . prjoiptly shipped to your
Inclose 1 ca-iti wl'h anplleition for hlauk.
$5 a Month for all diseases,
Medicines free. Apply before
Pei'inanencv, Education, Experience,
Honesty, aud Skill Is the Founda
tion on Which They Build.
The De IIom) Medical Institute,
Located Permanently in the Newell and
Kader liatlrtlug. Rooms 2,
4, G, 8 ami 10,
12U» SOUTH BROADWAY
LO 3 ANGELES.
DRS. DE MONCO AND SAPP,
SPEHALTfEI: Cata rh and all diseases of
tne Ear, Eye, Throat nn l Lungs, Nervous Dis
eases,dxin Diseases, Cnrontc Disease?.
9to 11 a. m., 2 to 5 p. m. 7 to 8 p. m.
Sunday: 9 to 11 a. m.
DELINQUENT ASSESSMENT NOTICE
Tar Spring's Asphalt Company, Los
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THERE
Is delinquent upon the following de
scribed stock, on account of Assessment levl-d
on the 19th day of April, 1893, the several
amounts sot opposito the names qf the respect
ive shareholder, as follows:
No. of No of
Nsme. Cert. Shares Am't.
OrroW. Chllds 6 100 if 10 00
OiroW. Chllds 46 3550 355 00
Andrew Mullen . 63 2800 280 0>
.lhancey L. Watrous. 66 17:5 177 50
Chancey L. Watrous. 67 8626 862 60
And in accordance with law, so many shAres
ol esch parrc; of stock as may b; neceissry
will bs so.d at public auctlou, on the 10th day
of June, 1893, b»tween the houraof t.n(lO)
and eleven (11! o'clock a. m, at tbe office, of
theeoronany, No. 11l fouth Broadway, ln the
city of Los Angeles, Cal., to pay delinquent as
aeestnent thoieon, together with cost of adver
tising an 4 exnenses of sale
Da ed thin 21th day of May, 1893.
5-24 td CAL. F. HUNTaR, 8 cretary.
Notice of Dissolution of Corporation.
IN THE SUPttRIOR COURT OF THE COUN
ty of I.os Angeles, StAto of California • No
tice ot dis olutlon of corporation, The Los An
geles Gst Company.
Pursuant to the order of the court, notice Is
given thit on the 28 h day of April,
lr.93.Tne t os Anseles Gas Company and the
directors thereof, by leave of Court flrst ob
tained, fllea In the office of the clerk of tne
Seperlor Court of the connty of Los Angeles
their petition lor the voluntary dissolution ot
All peitens Interested will take notice that
en Monday, tke 12th day of June, 1893, the
petitioners will, unless objections be tiled, ap
ply to the eoirt tat the order prayed for At De
partments ln the Connty Court House of; lie
i ounty ot i.os Angelet.
Al) persons having such objections must file
thessms with tht clerk of tills court at tny
time before the expiration of this notice.
Daled I hie iSth day of April, 1893
[■seal of 00. Clerk] T. H. WARD, Clerk.
By F. Jt. i otvry, Oeputy.
Cheney A ornnin, Atto ncys for Petitioners.
Notice to Bridge Builders.
OFF CE OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
of Los Angeles tountv, California, May
No ice is hereby given that sealed proposals
will ba received by ihe board of supervisors np
to 3 o'clocn p. m. or, Thursday June 'st, 1893,
for the repairing of tiaoo bridges of 16 feet
roadway on Mi*nigan svenue lv Canada rond
district, tivoof said bridges tobe Illy (50; foot
apau each, tho other forty t4">) foot span.
BI dar. will submit plaus, apecificatlon-,
(train sheets aisd working detai s.aod for fur
tlitr information relative thereto apply to the
clerk of the boar I of supeivisors.
facb hid mn.l be accompanied with a certified
checx in the -uin of one hurdro«d doliara ($109)
made payable to T. H. We'd, county Olerk.
The hoard reserves the right tJ reject any or
aD bids. *
By Oder of the board of supervisors of Los
Augeles county, California.
T. H. WARD, County Clerk.
By J. M. DfNSMoOR, Deputy. 618 141
IN THE COURTS.
Catet on Trial—New Bnlts Which Were
Mrs. Anna Sjorberg, of San Pedro, wae
examined for insanity yesterday after
noon in Judge Wade's court, acd com
mitted to the insane asylum at Agnews.
She waa very much demented, and her
mind is filled with the delusions that
she is very wealthy and that she can do
anything she wishes to do. At times
she hae been violent and dangerous.
Her husband is one of tbe deputy cus
tom house officers under the collector of
tbe port of Wilmington.
Otto Benschentz was arraigned before
Justice Bartholomew yesterday upon the
charge of threats to kill preferred by his
wife.' His bail was fixed at |500, which
he gave, and his examination was set
for next Monday afternoon at 2 o'olock.
Jndge Wade granted decrees as prayed
for in three foreclosure suits yesterday,
tbe suits being those of Weber against
Kelsey, Fowler and Layton.
A decree of divorce was granted by
Judge McKinley yesterday afternoon to
Mrs. J. Kelley from W. R. Kelly, upon
the ground of desertion.
Hanß Frey, the German jewler who
created a disturbance at the United
States hotel a few days ago, was ad
judged insane by Judge McKiniey and
the commissioners yesterday afternoon
and committed to the Napa asylum. He
lost his foot from a railroad accident
about 13 months ago, and it is believed
his head was hurt at the time. He fan
cies that the Free Masons are after him
and trying to kill him.
Judge McKinly yesterday gave judg
ment for plaintiff in the foreclosure suit
of Balfour, Gnthrie and 00. vs. H. M.
Johnston. The mortgage foreclosed
was for $21,000. Attorney's fees of
$1194 were also granted.
Joseph Oldfleld, a native of England,
was admitted to citizenship yeßterday
by Judge McKinley.
A decree of divorce was granted yes
terday by Judge Clark to Mrs. M. L.
Ferguson from I. B. Ferguson, on the
ground of desertion. They had been
married over thirty years, and have a
family of grown up children.
Robert A. King, of Kansas, was ad
mitted to practice yesterday by Judge
Clark, npon motion of John A. Teal"
NEW BUITS FILED.
Among the documents filed yesterday
in the county clerk's office were the fol
Petition of J. T. Brady to be appointed
guardian of Ella Brady.
Petition of Delia S. Vandervort for
probate of will of Wm. R Vandervort,
deceased, the estate being valued at
Southern California Manufacturing
company vs. James H. Todd. Suit to
restrain tho defendant from acting as
manager of the company, alleging that
io defiance of his removal by the board
of directors he still continues to so act.
A. W. Eames vs. Fred Eaton. Suit for
$500 damages for moving his house back
20 feet and making a fill on his lot,
claiming it has not been done according
L. T. Rogers vs. J. H. Searles et al.
Suit for recovery of the possession of
section 29, township 8 north, range 17
weßt, and $500 damages.
A Famous Medicine.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has be
come famous for its cures of throat and
lung diseases. It is intended especially
for coughs, colde, croup and whooping
coughs, and ie the most effectual remedy
, known for these diseases. Mr. C. B.
Main of Union City, Pa., says: "I have
a great sale on Chamberlain's Oough
Remedy. I warrant every bottle and
have never heard of one failing to give
entire satisfaction." 50 cent bottles for
sale by C. F. Heinzeman, 222 N. Main.
Balance one and two years are the terms.
Prices were established at our auction
sale one week ago. Property euitable
for both business and residence pur
poses. Think of this, and in the heart
of this beautiful city. Call at 207 S.
Broadway. E. E. & Co., L. A. Land
Wolfskin ln Demand.
Eighteen lots in the Wolfskill Tract
were sold yesterday by the Los Angeles
Land Bureau. If any one wants to buy
one of the few remaining ones they
must do bo today.
Wall Paper at Cost.
Closing out sale—Eckstrom & trasburg, 307
and 309 South Main street.
Everybody can buy wall paper below cost,
and have it hung for 10c a roll. 237 s. Spring.
10c a roll for hanglni wall paper. 237 8.
U.-E German Family Soap.
Notice Inviting Proposals to Furnish
the City With Drugs.
CBALBD PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED
0 by th-3 undersigned up to 11 :00 o'clock a.m.
of Monday, June stn, 1893. to furnish the city of
Los angelea with all d ugs which said city will
require at the flee dispensary, receiving hos
pital, or any other department oi the city gov
ernment requiring drugs or medicines, for the
lerm of one year from and after the date of the
Bidders will submit proposals on a schedule
blank to be furnished by the heal th officer upon
app.ic.xtion, it being understood that the city
reserves the right of taking more or less than
the quantities bid upon, aud that all bids will
be ronsidcre 1 in their aggregate amount.
It is also understood that the city will pay 20
cents for Descriptions.
A certified check to the order of the under
sinned for the sum of $50.00 must accompany
each proposal as a guarantee that the bidder
will enter into a contract, tf awarded to him ln
conformity with his bid.
counctl reserves the right to reject any and
Ny order of the council of the city of Los An
geles at Us meeting of Mey 29th, 1893.
0. A. LUCKENBACH,
6-1 9t City Clerk.
Notice Inviting: Proposals to Improve
a Certain Portion, of Montreal
SEALED PROPOSALB WILL BR RECEIVED
by the undersigned un to 11:00 o'clock a.m.
01 Monday, June 5,1393, to grade, gtavel and
curb w.th a redwood curb, work to be done in
scco'danco with spe locations No 5, on file in
tne 'office of the underaltund, Montreal street
ironi Bellevue avenue to a point 90 feet south
of the southwest corner of Boat in street.
A cetttfied check to the order of the under
signed for 10 per cent of the total amount of
the bid must accompany each propose* us a
guarantee that the bidder will enter into a cou
nsel If awarded to him ln conformity with bis
Council reserves the right to rfject any and
By onl-r of the council of the city of Los An
geles at its meeting of May 15,1893
0, A. LUCKENBACH,
8-1 Ct City Clerk.
Notice to Creditors.
VAsTATrJ OF BRIDGET WILSON, DE-
Notice is hereby given by the undersigned,
executors of the lsst will of Bridget Wilson,
deceased, to the creditors ot, aad all p r
sovs having claims against the said de
ceased, to exhibit the ssme with the necess i'y
vouchers, within ten months after the llrst
ruolicatlon of this notice, to tho said exeeu
lors of the last will of Bridget Wllaon, at No.
298 South Main street, Los Augees olty, Cal.,
Hi.-.,n,i> bMng the placa of business uf said
estate in the county of Los Angeles. I
Dated in s 9th day of May, a. D. 893.
Smith & Winder, Attorneys for Executors.
5-10 30t 1
The Weather P.urean's Keport of their
The weather bureau famishes the
following report of the condition ot the
crops in Southern California for the
week ending May 29th:
Tne weather during the past week waa
characterized by cloudy or foggy morn
ings in the coasts districts which ex
tend a considerable distance inland, the
remainder of the day waa clear and sun
shiny. The temperature on the first
day or two of the week ranged appre
ciably above the averages, but tbe re
maining days showed a decided defi
No rain fell and none is needed at this
period on account of hay making and
harvesting, the necessary moisture for
orchards being supplied by irrigation.
Haying is nearly completed with gen
erally a good crop; heading has com
menced and by next week will be in full
Ventura — The prune crop in the
connty will probably amount to 100 tons
of dried fruit. There will doubtless be
a fair crop of beans, but the acreage
planted ia Ibbs tban that of last year.
Hueneme —The weather was favorable
for beans and corn. Heading haa begun.
Bardsdale—Hay is about all mown,
the crop is light but quality is excellent.
Corn is growing well; the general out
look is oncouraging.
LOB ANGELES COUNTY.
Lancaster—Farmers with a few ex
ceptions will make good grain crops.
About 000 carloads of wheat and barley
are expected to be shipped from the val
ley. The week waa cool.
The Palms—Barley and wheat are
looting well; heading began this week.
Small fruits are doing exceptionally well
this year; raspberries and blackberries
of fine quality have been in market
some time. The week was favorable for
Duarta--The paßt week was favorable
for the growth of all crops. Peaches will
be a good crop. Prunes are heavily
SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY.
Rialto—Barley is nearly all cut and
yielied well. Citrus trees, especially
lemon, are being put out in large quan
Redlande—The first shipment of fresh
apricots this season waa made on Mon
Riverside—Grain and hay on unirrl
gated lands are all cut and in most cases
the yield has been good. Oranges are
setting well for a new crop; the present
crop is about three-fourths picked, with
a promise of better prices for the re>
Beaumont—Haying is in full blast;
the crop is light bnt of excellent quality.
Fnllerton—The barley and hay crops
in this vicinity are the largest this year
that has ever been known.
Anaheim—Clear, warm days and
foggy nights prevailed. Haying is about
finished and heading now begins. Pota
toes are being shipped at a lively rate.
The soger beet fields present a fine ap
pearance. Oranges nearly all moved.
Santa Ana—The first gooseberries of
the season are in the market. A large
acreage is planted to sugar beets and
the crop bide fair to be satisfactory.
Tuatin—Barley is being harvested in
! fine condition. About 350 men are at
work on the San Joaquin ranch alone.
Walnuts will yield irregularly bnt the
crop will not be an average one, some
growers report a very iightsetting, espec
ially for hard shells.
SAN DIEGO COUNTY.
Winchester—Apricots and peaches
are so thick on the trees of Supervisor
I.oveland that he has a force of hands
thinning them. An abundance of hay
is being made.
San Diego city—Harvesting is pro
gressing favorably and fair crops are re
ported. The outlook for frnit is good
though somewhat late, owing to cool
nights and cloudy weather. No rain haa
fallen and none is needed at present.
The Gennlne and the Sham.
Every good thing haa lta hoat of Imitators',
eveiy genuine article Its counterfeits The im
itat rs always chose the most valuable aud
popular to conn erfelt, so that when they claim
their sham lo be equa>, or aa pood, or the same
as "Bo aad-80's" article the public may depend
upon it that "cioand So's" article is tne best of
the kind. The sham p-ovee the genuine merit
of the thing it copies and never bas tbis been
letter Illustrate I than by the Imitations of ALL
coca's I'orous Plasters.
ALLCoce's Posous Plastbr Is the standard
of excellence the world over, and Its imitators
ln their cry that theirs is "as good as Au,
cook a" nre only emphasizing this fact and ad
mitting "Alluock's" to be the acme of perfec
tion, which it is tholr highest ambition to Im
itate Tbe difb-rence between the genuine
and tite r. Imitations, which copy only general
appea'snco, is as wide as that betweeu copper
The only safe way for purchasers Is to always
Insist upon having Allcock's Pobous Plas
ters. They are the only perfect piasters ever
Castorla Is truly a marvelous thing for child
ren. Doctors prescribe it, medical journals
recome. end it, and more than a million
mothers are using it ln place of Paregoric,
Bat man's Drops, so-called soothing syrups
and other -.arcotlc and stupefying remedies.
Castorla is thn quickest thing to regulate the
bowels and give healthy sleep the world has
ever seen. Ills pleasant to the taste and abso
lutely harmless. It relieves constipation,
quiets pain, cures diarrhoea and wind colic,
allays feverishness, destroys worms and pre
vents convukious, soothes the child and gives
it refreshing and natural sleep. C storla Is the
children's pane ea—the mothers' friend.
Castorla is put up ln one-size bottles only. It
is not so din bulk. Don't nil w any one to
fell you anything else on the plea or promise
that li Is "juat as good" and "will answer
c ry purpose."
See that you get C-A-S-T-O-R I-A.
s'gna 9 wreppe*
ture of '
Importer and dealer lv Chinese and Japanese,
fancy goods All kinds of silks, silk dress pat
terns, embroidered silk dressing gowns, shawls
and handkerchiefs, end gents' furnishing
goods; and also manufactures ladles' under
wear. I respectfully oall the attention of tbe
public to ihe fact that all my stook is now on
soeolal sale, regard leta of cost. No. BOS North
Main street, opposite the plaza, Lot Angeles.
Our Home Brew.
Malor & Zoheloln's lager, freeh from the
brewery, on draught In all the principal sa
loons, delivered promptly ln bottles or kegs
Olfice and brewery. 444 Aliso street. Tele
Wo invite ompstltion and allow no person to
beat us. Largest discounts ever known given
on all paper. Everything ln special sots at i-ST
South Spriug slreet.
Itching, Aching I'llet—Halt's Cream Sal va
will give immeniate relief and Is a positive
cure. 25 and 50c. DIT& Vaughn's drug ttoro,
Fourth and Bp< ing sts.
Now Styles In Millinery.
Ladies, <J.) not buy it hat until you have seen
the b.-aud new stoex of Mrs. C. Dosch, 335 S.
Sp Ing stroil.
riro Insurance llatet Itudueed.
ii?-^R B . B i!* n '.°' lhe "coinpaot" Beeßatker
ville. 218 North Main (Lanfrenoo building) and
tave money. *
Wagon umjbrellas, summer lap dusters Foy't
old reliable saddlery house, 315 N, Lot Angeles.
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