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SPRCI Alh_jroTlCr»L
SALTY—A lIii\M.SEEKI?rVaNI) INVEST.
i ors'Journal Reports of everylbtng relat
ing to land from llfty towns In Southern Cali
fornia. No boom articles, but a conservative,
honest record of progress. I os Angeles olllce,
130 Smith Broadway, lend If 2 for a year s
rubscription and begin with volume mil In
July. This la the only publication of Its ebar
acier. Pc rsons Interested In laud cannot afford
|p be without it Address correspondence m
Edgar F. Howe, Bedianda. cal. 0-1-2 m
TVfOTICE -THE LosTaniTeeeh ci I V WATER
i.\ company will strictly enforce the following
rule: The hours for sprinkling are l.eiv.ecn ii
and H o'clock a. in. and It a nil 8 o'clock p. m.
For a violation of ihe above regulation (be
wster will b" shin off mi.l a line of $9 will be
charged before the water will bt: turned on
sgsln. B*l7 I!
(' SOLUM 111 \ lIAR-IVICK -'I YI'FU 1.1 I Ell's"
J Print In sight wit li greatest speed nnd ac
curacy. Price and payment! oaa) other ma
chine! tor rent or lor sale cheap. LONGLEY A
WAGNER, Spring and First sts, 5-38 I m
tTnitTe'sam MINE < ELI \RS.~;.. ILEI R.
I.J Wholesale and retail. Sonoma and Napa
dry and sweet wines. Ilrandles, whiskies.
404-4(i(i N. Angeles it. i n
iT.lVEn"a"way--2 — lrh. of granulTvted
II sugar with even IF "f tees! WALTERS'
GROCERY, IMS Klsl Elflli st. All stttllilsrtl
brsnds at naval prices. B S8 lm
1/IFTY 'DOLLARS ' Ti) "nothing THAT
Drake's tsuiab s nre Ihe cletinesl mi l be l,
material and workiiiansblp eottlldeted,
GOOD PASTURB AT" WEST END OF .11 I'
ferson streel, Lebriirie's ranch. tl-l7ot
A'v. sLoi'ER, house mover."Hi ih i,
. 112 Cenler Place. I I'M
. —: — y — ■ ' : 1 -~ -
lIUHINKSS OPPORTUNITIES.
ptOB BALI
NOTICE.
1 advertise nothing but whnl are genuine
bargains and will bear Ilille'l InVClHgaltOll. II
you wan I to be treated fairly and squarely. Call
on inc. Fruit standa, clgnr itandl, batteries,
resiiiuranls, shoe slores, gr rlei, itail ry
stores, lodging bouses, we havo a good Hat of
all the above Itlisiliesses at nil lv lees.
HENRY .1. STANLEY,
0-18-lf 227 Wesl Second St.
AnKA Foil SALB FRUIT STAND HPLKN
BZOUs did location. Making per day;
most sell at once. HENRY .1. STANLEY, . .7
WestHecotid itreet i|.ih-:i:
du"7( U T~PARTNER"", AN IKD FOR good
nr'llHF. paying business. Phla ll a ran
chance, and should be seen 11 EN RY .1, fi T\ \
1.EY.227 West Second streel. <t-IS-!ll
J! 1 "lUi Rooming lIOFSEOF 80 Room
Jp I,)lII!, Fine location, hi profit, I
full now. HENRY .1. BTAI BY, 227 West
Becond atreet. 8-18-81
r ODOING~HOUSES FOR SALE il Rooms
\j clearing.s2oo per month; sCRan .
41 rooms, Wesl Third sireet Very swell,
Worth BoOOOi MBOOO
311 rooms Most elegant, new fiiiniture;
$8,500.
45 rooms, Main street, corner bulhllng -Ex
captlonally cheap; $9000,
HI rooms', South Spring, all full Ihe vcar
round; *looi).
I) rooms, South Spring - Makiiut good living;
1|i375.
33 rootns, Etltll street —In payment!] good
bargain; Iftiso.
Make nil offer on auy ol the above IIOUICI,
your price Is ours, the parnai need cash
inonev.
BUSINESS CHANCES GROCERY STORE,
Willi living nitons; good family trade;
||i 11)01).
Grocery slore, South Spring streel ; 1f2,5(1i),
Candy and fruit store; lode fountain; two
living rooms; 1^275.
Fruit and stationery; three living rooms;
BcniUi Spring; $700,
Flrsi-elsssclgiir store, on principal street;
91000.
Saloon, on Hie principal ■ treat I only tpt 100.
we have a great number of business oppor
tunities ll would pay you lo look up. Some lo
excbl i'ge lor Soul ne in fa II (or via property a ml
houses ami tots lv Ihls cltv.
V)"M(i ONE or TH E LARGEST IND BEST
paying bakeries lv Eos tngelea,
having a number of large conlrnels: Capacity,
1800 loa yea per baking; 3 wagons, etc.; cleat
i!ig.f2<t<) per month; party going east and mull
sell; this Is well WOTth If.'iOlK) (o brolheis.
H ALF INTEREST; THE LATEST AND MOST
. useful patent; a man with sin ill Capital
can clear tf!HKI per month from Hie start.
AOilE good RESTAURANT, Wi lli 80 REG
Ular boarder!] neat ami genteel place;
recelnls, $80 per day. «!-1M If
OITY EXCHANGE,
8.18 tf 11 !»■ a First, bet Spring and Main.
dbRAA PARTNIR] BPLENDID CHANCE
ePtJUv in flrst-olaia bualnoia This la a I
oppintiinllv anil should be in\'estigtilcil. I! KN
-115 J. STANLEY, 227 Wait second ft. 0-3] II
NEW HT()cK~iiF tiltocEll
lea invoicing about $aOO. Musi he "id
stain. Inquire at onco of HOWELL A OUAlti,
132 to ins so. Loa Angelea atreet B-lltll
TO HELL YOUR BUSINESS QUICK CAI EON
CITY EXCHANGE. I 110.j \V, Flrsl .-I. si-it II
fHmmS|/ .NE DAY KVVKH l'.\ 1 \>.
/Simla l'c c sen r"ious lo v n n
j , si. I i , i li,cag", New Yorl
nnd Boston. Lpavo LOs evorj Wednea
day ; poriOUaUy eoutllH'lctl I lirmigh lo Chicago
anil Boston ; family tourlai Hlecpors to Kan.-a.
City and v'lilcngti dally. \mv fates nnd qulek
cst'tinie. Olllce, 123 N. Spring si- ly
P" 111 ELI I'H ~ E A BT-80l 'Nit"' EXCUItKIo.NS
l'ersoniilly conducted; via Deliver ami
Bio Grande and Rook island routei; Icavci
law Angelea every Tuesday ami Friday; Croat
ing tbe Sierra Ncvndas anil passing ihe entire
seencrv on the Bio Grande by daylight Office
188 South S|irlng streel. I |
I'Et'IA~L~TEACHERS' F.XCURSIONH \\ 111,
leave Eos Angeles June 3D and July 1 lor
Chicago under personal management 'of A.
Phillips A- Co., via Denver and Rio Grattde ami
Rock island Railways; beautiful scenery,
quick time. Olllce 188 s. Spring st., Eos sai
geles. 11-7--HI
'p REAT CENTRAL ROUTE EXCURSIONS
\T Experienced conductor! tbrough from Loi
Angeles .to Boston; only six dayi to New York
or Boston; tourist cars.' F. E. SHEARER, map
agcr. olllce, 221) South Spring it, Eos Anc le-.
10-UI-llm
T C.TI'DSON A C(i7s EXCURSIONS BAST
tl • every Wedneiday via Sail Lake city and
Denver. Tourlsl curs to Chicago and BoatOU.
Manager in charge. Office, 212 S. spring st.
(j. | ii
I'OR ItttNT HIIVSKS.
I /OR RENT—II OUSrI, SEVEN ROOMS. NI ,5,
modern, on Pearl, near Sixth, \5 M s. DK
VAN, 211 55 csl First. 0-1841
FOR^J^Ur^RtKIMH.
I/OR RENT—THREE Fl RNISHED ROOMS
V tor houaekeeplnf; $19. A. BARLOW, 11(1
South llelliuan st. (i-2l> li
FOR RENT—MI*< KI.I.ANI ITS.
FOR RENT—LARGE SHOP AND 4 ROdMS,
hard finlahed, for housekeeping, inquire
4d!) Turnet si. (i.]i) v'
KUSIC'AE,.
rpiiE KAMMERMEYER OKi'll EsTRa"
1 Eirsl-elass muatc furnisl'.etl for balis, par
ties, concerto, reoeptlona and picnics, \ ioiin,
mandolin, etc., laiighi. ofllee atFltsgerald'i
muatc store, corner North spring and Franklin
streets. ' 10-14 ly
I*oB AXGUI F-S CONSERV M'ORY of MUSIC
IJ and Ari; open all the venr. MRS. EMILY
J. VALENTINE, president,' Y. M. C. A. Build
ing, Broadway ami Second street 8-14 ly
BANJO, BY Miss M. 'c. ABTBURY, B AND(I
stringod laiight. studio 51: lake elevator
by People's store, I'liillips' block. 11-12 1,,
MMDIIIMH.
\f I«S. BARKER, CLAIRVOYANT i ONSt l
.*i tatlons on business, love, 'nnirriage, dts*
ease, mineral locations, life reading, eic: take
University electric car to Forrester avenue
and Hoover sireet, go west on Forrester ave
iine three blocks to Vine street, second house
tm Vine weal of Vernionl avenue.
HVIKS ANO Fl.S'ls.'iKl.S,
METROPOLITAN STEAM DYE WORKS, 241
Franklin street: line dviing and cleaning.
1-18 tf
T> ARI hi AN DV E WORK s, 273 SOUTH M A*Tx
I Uri ": ' ''St UK ei;ij il Ih,. ciiy, l-UI If
tt A t: TO Kl.
l/RANk'TvYOUNG,' CON II; \t |~i;, i-.i'mC \
JC ion block. g-ia ly
jpONRA'DHairaERER, (iRANITB, BITUMTNI- !
V.' Illd asphalt pav'C.g. 2:7 W. Fir-l It,
8 i ncßs a Nil it •« os.
Tj«lßsf-( - LABB BOND% PAYING li I" .p..
1 percent, net. Bank slocks netting li In s
per cent. Lome im..,. on ;■ vi estatequtckanil
■.•hen;.. THE I'U'.TEE REAL ESTATE AND
TRUST ( 0., 2.'i> We i - '.-oi, : -i. c-.; i m
ABSTRACT AND TITLE INSURANCE ('o*\f
. pany of Los AiiL-elcs, northwest corner of
Frdllkiln and N f v .. -Ireets. ml' i
Cill ROPOIIMT.
IBS STAFFER, bIIROPOIHST AND
maaaeuic, 211 55. Fir .1 st., opn. Nadeau.
18-24 tl
WAMKH MKLP.
Wl VI KD - XMAN WHO If AH.'i Hoi lt> TO
spare In morning and has taint) to Invest
can clear his Investment In two tnonthssnd
I hereafter clear $100 pet month, which isguar
anl I: those who are willing In deliver goods
I only epplv. CITY EXCHANGE. 1 lll l^
First St., between Spring anil Main. tl-13tf
VI T ANTED ML NEEDING HELP FREE,
st ernploynieut or any Information, address
i). MTI ING'ER'S lUIHEAI , e-lnl.l 1"'I IHSO.
offn c, :nn' a X..11111 spring sir.-' 1, r. .Idcncs 451
South Hope street, comer Klflh, l.os Angeles,
Cal. Telephone I 13. H-ll) tf
, vc.l 1 X ■ tlAßV"'!<'> 1 tin' OR <".KnT
J/J.I tleman having offlO! work;
nasi v learned; security given, see H. A.
DODGE, agent, corner Temple and llroadway.
11-21 lt
I>l ITY, 111 MMEL**'CO., EMPf/OYMENT
I agents, 131-133 VV. First si. Telephone Boo.
ITnder tha l»s Arigelea National Rank, ilein
nfoliklndsi irefuu) selected and furnlshd.
situations ol mi kinds furnished.
VI, f ANTEI I ONE OR TWO GOOD BALKH
TV men alm have an extended aeiiiialnlnnee
in Lns Angeles; good terms in right parties.
Apply nl Room 20 New Wilson Block, tl-20 2t
WANTED \ KM A RT.M Rl' HIT llf) V. _ Ap
pl\ in off .(■. VAUGHN,driiKglsts.Kprlng
nnd Fourth streets, u-2l Bi
\\' ANTED ' ' « -I't'PKR CARRIERS SVITH
VV sniblle hoNes or light rigs. Apply at
lll'lt W P HI FN K. (i-iHIf
W4NTKI) HI I lIATRISii,
WANTED -OFTICE MAN, COMPETENT AC
TS BOUntanti desires poaltlOni 5 years head
l ook-keeper with ivholeiinle house 111 Oregon;
nlty referi s. Adores! x. x. t., box rm, this
office, 0-11 at
i\'anted' iiy a tOuno man of push
it and energy, a position ns outside sales
man. Addreil BOX 6, 40, this oilli c, ii-17'Jw
WANTED— A YOI No" WOmTn "VFaNtTa
sltiini lon as house keeper lor gentleman.
Ilox 55, elly. 11-17 71
iv /i NTHI» -AOBMTi!.
\\' E \\ SNT AT ONCE RELIABLE MEN
n everywhere (looal or traveling] to adfer*
Use nnd keep onr show cards tneked up In
towns on treea and fanoei along public roads;
steady work In yonr own county; ST7O 11 nionlh
salary end tfo a day expenaas daimslted In yonr
bank'when started. ERA Nco-oERMA N BI.EC.
Tho CO., Boa sni, Cincinnati, o. B*lB cod ut
11' INTEI) AGE.VIS PAID A GOOD CoM
«» mission and ISBOOO divided among then]
next, w Inter. Bpoulal attraetiona lo be pushed
this venr. Mr which we want tbe services of
beat agent! everywhere. 'I'll E cl'R'l ls PUB
LISHING i n., Room 3D, chronicle llinldlng,
San Eianelsi'o 5-31).211t wll-3-4t
tNTMII 111 W HE 1,1. AsBl ft 118;
iy F \ i.ex ri.i;\i a \ cF'-iincs eTrst
t \ class lm lilshcd room w lib bath, gas, etc.;
permanent. Addresi-A, Herald office, B*l9 :'t
tt; AN I I'll 50 111 l USES AND 75 CATTLE TO
TT pasture; green aid dry Iced; Clenega
ranch. i.lilnss E. E. CULVKB, it., Pico
iieigbis, p. o. Resilience, western aye., second
house south of I'lco st. i. lo I4t
WANTED STORE IN BUSINESS PORTION
of tbe city, for jewelry store, t'nll at or
addre.-s 1007 South Main It, (l-Kilf
11' ANTED IrKMM) To l*2ll,0(l(> ON FIRST
II class real estate securllv. Address box 88
11, Ihls nllice, 11.21 tf
11' \NTED I TUNISIIED COTTAGE OF SIX
\\ roorai, with itable, 207 south llroadway.
11-IS-2I
PKHMd VA l„ _ _
pERKONAI?-COKFEK FRBSIi ROASTED ON
I onr giant coffee rnasier, Java and Mocha,
35 iih. Mountain coffee, 350j Gerfnee, iOoi
tolled rye, 10c; 4 lbs rlee, 25c; 3 pkls slarch,
25c; H ll,s corn meal, toe; 20 lbs brown sugar.
$AJ 15 lbs granulated Hiigar, lt>l; 5 lbs drleil
ncachC!, 85c; 5 lbi raisins, 25c; 10 lbs navy
beniiH, 25e; can tomatoes, |0c; 3 cans corn
beef, 25e; can baked beans, l()c; cxtmct beef,
250; Hire's root beer, 15c; 4 bars Dluinore's
t-oap, 2Ae; can coal oil. Hoc; 3 lbs leaf lard,
3'e; picnic bains, il'ji! lb. ECONOMIC
STORES, 3, 88, spring.
PERSONAL RALPH BROS.—GOLD BAR
I Hour, Bl.lßi eiiy Hour, BOoj granulated
nigar, I6liis n, brown sugar BOlba, fj-l : i-alslns.
bibs, 25e; sardines. 5 boxes, 25c; taol! ll'lllt, !l
cam, Stic: Midland ooltee, 25c lb; eastern oil,
HOY; gasoline, HOe; '.Mb can corned beef, l'c;
lard, LOlba, $1.10; slbs, 55c. Out South ."prlng
street, corner Slxlb. 12-2 If
MEHMIN'S FEMALE PILLS AS A SPECIFIC
monthly medicine for immediate relief tor
painful and li'iegnlar whatever
cause. Eur sale by FREEMAN .'. CARPER, 10J
N. Spring street, 6-9-ly
R\V. I'OINDEX I l:i:," ni:oICEIE 305 WEST
• Second itreet, ConSdentlai agent lor ln-
VeStorS, If you Wish tO lettu or borrow or ln-
Veat in good securities please ea 1 at my olllce.
I (, ±'l
I)KP.RONAL W. W. TAYLoII, LAWYER,
I'Jl'-j South Broadwajt, room 2. Probate
| and Insolvency law a specialty. Advice free.
v-'J:;-ly '
LOST ANO »'Ot NO.
I OBT SMALL I'd El. DOG, BROWN SPOT
I j between bin curs; one ear henl over on top.
owner wi 11 pay cost. 434 Bait I'lco st. 0-21 it
fHP r"> —i ■'
A I I'oKNKYH.
/ i no. nAYf (iRD,'Arr6iS'EY and cousf
\T aeloral law, rooms 12 and lit, Lanlrauco.
hutldtng, 318 North Main sireet, Eos Angeles.
Telephone I 1117. Practices iv all state ami
I lilted Stales court!. 3-1!) tf
». Goodrich! euvyer. 121 dearborn
. V» Itreet, Chicago, 111.; 2S years' experience,
:ccrecy; special faollllles lv several states.
1 ioodrlch on Divorce, Willi law a of all stales, In
press, ti-l-tf
A* W. HtFITOB. OI.IN WT.I.UIOUN.
117ELLB0RN A lIETTON, ATTORNEYS AT
5 I law , rooms 88, ss' a anil Ml) Temple block,
junction Sprlug and Main, l.os Angeles, i al. tf
lAY E. HUNTER" ATTORNEY ~AT~I.A\y!
■'? Bryaonsßonobrake block. Telephone 888.
Practices lv nil the courts, state and federal.
_ 7-1 If
WTILL I*. Gol ED, ATTORNBV AT LAW,
tl rooms 83-8 Temple block. Telephones:
olllce. 1(112; le-ldeliee, 1043, (i-1 lm
pKS GoO D R I CI I, I. A\\ V ER,~'NO. 9 LAW
1) bulldtug, 1.5 Temple Itreet, near court
bouse. Telephone 108. 7-uif
p J. Aliroi'K, aItPOBNEY; SPECIAL AT
II • tention given to ihe settlement of estates.
115 West First street. 4-8 tf
It K. TRASK, ATTORNEY AT LAW, FEU
if. lon block, 207 New Hlgn street, Loi An
gelea 1-1(1 tf
II T M. psf3LLARD, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
st loom ff, Allen block, Temple and Spring
si roc is, -if
PIIVSICI > N>.
\| B-. DR. W iI I S OFFICES IN HER ItRICK
.Tl 'block, 127 E. Tlltrd st., bet. Main and l.os
Angelea; dlseaaea of women, nervous, rectal,
sterility and geittto-urtnery discuses; also elec
tro therapeutics; hours 10 t04,7 td 8.
/ iAN C F. Its \N I > TUMORS REMOVE!! WITH-
V oui ihe use of Gie knife. Call at office and
see patlenta under treatment l2t BOUTH
MAIN BT. DR. GARRISON. 5-23 lyr
Mrs! 'dr. J. bt. SMITH. SPECIALTY MlD
wifery. Ladies eared for during conline
luent at 737 Bellevue avenue, culls promptly
attended to. Telephone 1110. 2-25 tf
1 / lON SUMPTION AND CATARRH TREATED
V by Dr. Garrison, wiih Dr. Atuick'i chemi
cal treatment. Wonderful cures made; 121 s.
Mam street. 0-18-1 mo.
/aEORGE li. BKACH M. I.. office AND
\T residence, 131 North Spring Itreet, oiliee
hours, Hto 12, 1 lo 5, UtoSp.m, Telephone
43! i. 11-3 tf
OR. HAMPTON, EYK, BAR, TIi ROAT, CA
itl i I'll c a ted. Room HI, Hellliiau block,
! Third and Main. 5-14 li.l
■ ! V'- diffbnbaohkb, upe, s.
1 l 'Spring street, rooms 4 a nil 5
. ' liJfcV Teeth extracted and illled without
r .T<aa> pain. 7-21-ly
1-1-2 Established—lBB2.
I I \!!. E. \V. W1.1.l H, COR. OF SPRING AND
i / l ust streets. Wilson block; take elevator.
I Gold crown and bridge work a specially: teeth
I extracted without i am. Room 1. mA-tf
I r\R. S. Tol.HUKsr.' DKNTI.-T," 10H), N.
|\J Spring it., rooms 2, 8 and r. Painleai ex-
I traction.
| I/R \XK STEVENS. ."21', SOUTH SPRING ST.
■ * open fsi'.calay, and ci einng b;A leetric light.
VKTKitINAHY BCItOSJOXH.
I ifouiuLi.ox. erexch veterTnary
I 1 / -nrgeoiv bt.- ilio medal and is a member
in l!u> Society of Universal Sciences- w ill take
charge of all operations, Coltsnnd other ani
mal! gelde.l. Cure guaranteed of diseases oi
tin most aggravated nature. Moderate char,res.
Olllcei Sentoua block, room ti, Loa Angeles.
G-17 tl
A ItCIl! T ICCTM.
| iVuri. essj! rei;ve,"architect,~estVitT
JJ I ished for the laat 10 years in Loa Angeles.
I Roien- 7 mid s (second floor), Workman block,
Spring si., between Second and Third. 1-25 ly
p 11. BROWN, ARCHITECT, IBS a BROAD
| V. • way, bet. First nnd Second. S-7 ly
LOS ANGELES HERALD, WEDNESDAY MORNING, .TUNE 21, 1893.
TOR SALIC—CITY PBOPKRTY.
TT'OR SALE DESIRABLE "cHKAP LOTS
r nicely located, not far from sVanhlhgton
•Ireel. Adorer BARGAIN, box 30, Herald of
flee. No real estate dealers need apply.
inn FOR SALE '.i:\V~SThoOM HOUSE
"M'Mrl/oii Victoria street: monthly pay
ment, aim. ALLISON HARLOW, 227 Weat
Second street. 112 tl
HA Lit—COUNTRY PROPERTY.
UN'AI'- 40 ACRES IN GARDENA SVILLSELL
ki at H'3o per sere as a whole, or In 111-acre
Iota; choice land as any In the county, Im
proved ell ariinnd It. Remember, It must be
sold in a few day* to close up an estate; reason
able offer will be considered. Apply to JOHN
1. PAVKOYTCH, ciocutor, 2(>A West First
sireet H i If
Kurt SAI.K »IIICKI.H»K,(U!-.
1 /i) It' SALE—3SOO FEET N BCON DH A N iTToj
J 12, 14 nnd IU Ineli riveted witter pipe, at a
bargain. lIARI'ER'H FIFE WORKS, Second
■nd Vine streets. 11-14 tf
I /OR SALE \ I'll YS|riAN , H 'Mi:i>TcTlT _ rr
brsry; can be seen at 3301.. South Spring
St. MRU. 1.. M. If ART. 11-20 Bt
PAPERS IN QUANTITIES
1 tn-nil, nt tills oSiee.
FINANCIAL.
MONEY TO LOAN.
LOWEST RATES.
Agents for t he
GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN
SOCIETY OF H. F.
Building loans a specialty.
Itiinds purchased.
Kchl estate cold.
Estates inHlisged.
Agent Hnn Firs of London,
oldest company In the world.
11. Oi LUNT,
15-28 fim 227 W. Hccond »t.
KH)I SALE.
MUNICIPAL SCHOOL BONDS
PETTI Nil (I A Ml 7 PER CENT.
■ fjt-.t to Qovermnani In Character.
DE VAN A RUTLEIJiIE,
No. R Court st.
I /OR SALE-! 111550 HIIARBJ OF THE CAPITAL
7 slock ol the TAR SPRINGS AS
FHALT COMPANY, at 10 cents
per share.
i. I. BALLARD.
-07 South llroadway,
—— 5-23 tf
MONEY TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS, JEWEL*,
ry, watches pianos, sealskins, llvo stock,
carriages, hieveles and all kinds of personal
and collateral security. LEE BROS., 4j2 a
Spring si.
* money to i,oa n.
lo a n com pan^i^lorToiv
I ated) loans money In any amounts on all
kinds of collateral security, diamonds, jewelry,
seal'kins, merchandise, etc. Also on PIANOS,
Iron und Btoel safes, and professional libraries,
without removal; and on furniture in lodg
ing, hoarding houses and hotela, without re
moval. Partial pavmcnts received. Money
quick. Mnslness confidential. Private offices
for Indies. 55. B, DE GRoOT, Manager. Rooms
2, !l and 4, 114 H. Spring st.
MONEY LOANED ON .MORTIIAOES, (1 PER
cent net on llrst-elnss property for
amounts of $10,000 and over, On loans under
Irlu.iHMi no commission will he charged. No ex
pepee for examination of cllv tiropcrlv and no
delay. MAIN STREET HAVINGSIiANIC TRUST
CO., 420 S. Main st. 8-1 Oin
IF YOI WANT SIONEY~SVn'HOUT DELAY,
1 noeoinmlsslon, prevailing rates o! interest,
see Seeiu-jiy Ha rings llnnk, lis S. Main. 4-1 ly
KIUIC ITIONAI,.
rpiiE woodi'.i ry Xl SINKSIcoEIT.GE HAS
1 removed to the upper lloor of Ihe Slowell
block, i9O South Sprint street. It has now Ihe
largest and finest business college rooms in the
slate, and the largest attendance of any oom
inereial school south of Han Francisco. Kino
passenger elevator running direct to the
school rooms, rendering stnlr-ellinfilng unnec
essary. ih» public is cordially invited to sail
nnd inspect the college In Its new location.
Itnth day and evening schoolH In session the
entire summer. Catalogue nnd College Jour
nal free. <;. H. Hough president; N. 0. Felker,
Vlce-Prcildcnt', B. 0. Wilson, Beo'y, 5-4 ly
1" OS ANCBLBS IlCHrNESsl'lillf.iTe
J AND ENGLISH TRAINING SCHOOL.
(Incorporated! 114 Hniilb Main s'rettY
Largest anil best equipped business {raining
school on the coasi. Thorough and practical
conrscn in the commercial,' shorthand, tvpe
wriling, telegraph-, cf-mHig and all English
branches. I.nice, able nnd malum faculty of
lustruetonu. Issy icul evening sessions. Terms
reasonable. Call a! eoliege oiliee, or write for
elegant catalogue, li. F. SHRAUER, president;
F. W. KhILSKY, vlec-i,resident; L. N. INHKEEP,
secretary. 8-10-'!) l If
t A."scim6i7oF~AßT an"iFdesign 7in
. .. corporaicd). New studies, Entrance in
Chamber of Commerce. L. gardem-mac-
EEoD, principal. Paaadena Tuesdays snd Frt
days. 5-25 tf
4 S I'llCU V,~SHORTHAND, TYIMWRTFINO
.1 and llusiness Institute. Take elevator by
People's Store, Phillips block; send for cata
logue. 10-19 13m
lOHI OH ANGELES TRAIN INli'stT.OOL (INI'OR
j poratcd) for klndergartners. Address MRS.
NORA li. MA YIIKW, li7li SV. Twenty-third st.
5-21) lm
OBORTHAND AND TV PEW H IT! SO PR\c
i' ticaltv taught, latest Pitman svsiem, at t lie
LONGLEY INSTITUTE, Spring and First sts.
b-7 tf
\~svii,hai""titz7muslCAL ptudioTroom
. I. I'm.mine block. S-1.l iy
PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS, BTO.
HAZARD A TOWNSEND, ROOM !), DOWNEY
block. Tel 347, I.os Angeles. 11-22 If
Notice of Award of Contract.
PURSUANT to B'IATUTES AND TO THE
I resolution of award of tho Oity Con noil Of
the Oity of Los Angeles, adopted .In'ne 12, ISil',
directing this notice, notice is hereby given
thai the aaid Clt| Council, in open session, ou
ihe.Mb day of .nine, 18A8,opened, examined
and publicly declared all sealed proposals or
bids offered for the following work, to-wit:
First, Tbat said Second sireet In said city,
from the westerly curb line of llroadway to the
westerly line oTHill Street, including all In
tersections oi streets (excepting such portions
oi sahl street and intersections as are required
by taw to l.c kept in ordernr repair by any per
son or company having railroad tracks there
on, and also excepting such portions as have
already been paved and accepted), be paved
with bituminous lime rock suriaec with cou
erete base, and granite gutters, three feet in
width, tn accordance with the plans ami pro
file on file In Ihe office ol the city engineer and
specification! on Ale In the office ol the city
clerk of the city of l.os Angeles for paved
streets, said speeiticatlons being numbered
one.
Second. That a granite curb be constructed
along each line of the roadway of said Second
street from the westerly curb line of Broadway
to the westerly line of Hill street (excepting
along such portions of Ihe line of said roml
woy upon which a granite or cement curb
has already been ConatrtlCtcd and accepted), In
accordance with specifications on file in the
office of the city clerk of said city lor con
structing gjanitc curbs.
Ami thereafter, to-wit: On the 13th day of
Julie. 1803, awarded theeontract tor aaid work
to ihe lowest regular responsible bidder, to-wit:
To Conrad S.liercrat the prices named for said
work in his proposal on Hie to-wit: Paving, in
cluding granite gutter, 25 cents per square
foot: granite curb, 1)5 cents per lineal foot,
and that ihe said award has been approved by
the Mayor.
clerk's office, l.os Angeles, cal., Jnne 17,
1808,
C A. Ll CKENBAiCII,
I 8-30 :it City clerk of tne city of Los Angeles.
Stuck holders' Meeting;.
'TO "ill" srocr. HOLDERS OF THB LOS AN-
X s vings Bane: Notice is hereby
given that lbs annual meedngol the stock
holders of the Loa Angelea S ivii.gj cank will
be be d i the pariors oi ihe Farmer! and
Merchants' Ilnm, in the City sni Connty of
Loi Angeles S ate of California, on Monday,
July 31,1863, at 3:30 o'clock p. in., lor lii.i
purp .scot eh cling Directors for the eUMling
year, at cl for mod other business as may prop
arly come before Mm meetin'.
8* 1 V 23t W. -M. CASWELL, Cashier.
Kotioeof Application for Dissolution.
■VTOTICE IS IIXREBY GIVEN THAT THE
• FuHerlon Land alio Tru t e.impany has Iml
i liledln tlns' ounlt.application f»rdissolution,
aad that the aame srlil be heard beloredei art
nient No. 4 of the superior oourt i f the county
t of I.os Angeleaon th* 88th day of June, 1893,
j st 10 o'clock a m. of said day. or as soon thore
alter as conntei can bwheatd.
T. H. WARD, County Clerk.
I W H. Wiutykmorr. Deoutv. 5-24 31t
Notice of Public Work.
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON
Monday. t.aj2oth day of May, A. IL, ISO 3,
ths council Dime city of l.os a nuclei did. at Its
meeting on said day. adopt an ordinance of In
tention, numb r 1711, (new setjes) to have the
following work done, to wit:
Beginning al the lutorseclion of the center
line ol Twenty third street with tbe center line
of Flower streel produced from south of Twen
ty thi td street; thence along tne oenter line of
'Iweuty third streel south 01 degrees 30 sec
ondseast .in ill feet to a point: th nee north 20
degrees 54 minutes cait 1)08 01 feet to a point
lv tbe produoed northerly line of Twentieth
•treet, said point b dng north 61 degrees 30
mlnuiei wait 2 6f«et from the norlhes .t eortief
of Twentieth street and Flower sireet; thence
north 111 degrees 30 mlnutei we t 60.02 feet to
a pita; thence icu'.h 20 degrees 54 minutes
west 90S 01 feet to a paint In ihe center line of
Tweuty-thlrd itreet; thence aling the centor
line of Twenlv ihlul street sonth (11 degrees 30
minutes east 30.01 feet to tin- point of begin
ning; excepting therefrom any laud therein
contained whicu la now part and parcel of any
public street orsllev.
Sec. 2. That the exterior boundaries of the
district which is hereby declared to be bene
filled by said improvem nt and to be siseised
to nay the colt, damages and exreases therefor,
aretes follows, to-wlt: ileilnnlng at the north
west corner of lot 12, Edgar'a subdivision
thence southerly to the southwest corner of
said lot 12; tbenco southerly to a point, iv the
southerly line of lot 17 of said BUgtr's subdi
vision, dutant 108.83 feet westerly from tho
southeast corner of said lot 17; thence south
erly to the norihwest cornor of lotlOof the
Myrtell sabdlvlalou of tbe Messlck tract: thence
southerly a oug the westerly Hues of said lot
10 and lot II of iho laid Myrtell subdivision to
the southwest corner ol said lot 0; thence
southerly to tha north wet corner of lot 11,
block 1, of the Plater's subdivision of the Mes
elck tract; tlsenite south rly along the svesturly
lines of saldlni 11 and lot 19 In the southwest
corner of lot 12, block l, tn said Plater's subdl
vlsioa; thenceinuiherly to tho uorthest eiraer
of lot 0, bock 2, in said Plater's subdivision;
thence southerly to snuihwcst corner s>f said lot
0; I hence southerly aloutr the westerly line of
lot 80 of the Lnnijstreat tract to tho southwest
comer of said lot HO; ihcnce southerly to n
point In t i.c uo therlv Hue of lot 18, Longitrcet
tract, distant 120 I et westerly from the north
east corner ol said lot 18; thence somberly to a
point in the tnuih rly line of lot 81 of said
Longstreet tra it, distant 120 feet westerly from
the southeast, n n n -r of said lot Bit thecce east
erly along the loul nerly lino of said lot 31 to
the northwest corner of lot 34 Ol the said Long
stro t tract; thence southerly along Use
westerly Hno of slid lot 34 to the
S. W. corner of said lot 34; thence
easterly along tho southerly Hue of ssld
•aldlotOlio the 8. K. cornor ot said lot 34;
thence ea-terly to the 8. W. corner of lot 03 of
said Longstieet tract thence easterly along the
souihoily Hue, of said loi 03 to the S. E corner
thoreo ; th Mice noiihor y along the easterly
line of snbl lo: Oil t:i (lid N. a corner of said
lot 03; tbss'.o ' east srly along the southerly Hue
of lot 17 o Ihe E.srtz. Mactey it GUI subdivis
ion of the Lougstiett tract to a point
120 feet distant caiterly from the 8.
\V. corner of said lot 17; Iheueo north
erly io a point In (lns northeily line
llneoflot 1 of sal 1 Erutz, Mickey it Gill sub
division of the Longsiro t tract 120 leet distant
easterly from the -i. W. corner of slid lot ll
thence northerly to Ihe 8. E. corner of lot 82
of the Longstree. tract: thsnce nor thai y
along the easterly linn ot aaid lot 82 to tho N.
E. cor.nerof laid lot 82: tho..c« svestesly along
the northerly Hno s oI said lot 82 io Ihe 8. E.
cornor ol tat 0, block 2, ol Hater's subdivision
of the MeJUclt tract: thence tmr'herly aloug
the easterly line of sai l lot 0 to tho N.E. corner
ol a ltd lot il; thenc > nonheriv to tho 8 E. cor
ner of lot 18, block 1, ol s.ild Plater's subdlvis
ion of the Messlck t.e I; thence northerly slong
tho easterly Hue or ssld lot 18 nnd loi 17, block
1, of said Plater's subdivision, to the N. E. cor
ner of said lot 17: Iheuoe northerly to Ihe S. K.
corner ol laid loi 17 In the Mritoll subdivision
of the Menlck tract: tuenco northerly along Iho
easietlv Hues of s-ld lot 17, and lot 18 of the
Myrtell subdivision of the Mes«ick tract to tbe
N.E. orner of said lot 18 of Hie said Myrtell
subdivision of the Mossick traci; thence north
erly to a point in the south line ol Twentieth
street, distant 120 leet easterly from the east
lino of Flower itreet; thcuoe northerly to a
point In the southerly line of Washington
street, distant 120 feet easterly from the cast.
Hue of Flower street: thence weitorly along the
icutherlv Hus of Washington street to the
point of b-glnniug, excepting therefrom any
land therein contained which Is now part and
parcel of any public street or alley and except
ing also the land In section I ol this ordinance
described ns tho land to he liken for Ihe open
ing and extending of ssld street.
h»c. 3. Ordinance No. 1848 (new scries) and
all other ordinances in conilict herewith nru
hereby ri pealed.
Reference in hereby made to the said ordi
nance of Intention fsr f uttner particulars.
D. A. WATS'iN,
ritroot Superintendent,
By A. L STEWART,
Deputy. cm mt
Notice of Public Work.
NOTICE 19 HERUiY GIV F N Tn AT ON
Monday, Use 2f)lh day i f May, A. D. 1803,
the council of the city ol Los A cedes did, al
Its meeting on said day. adopt an ordinance ol
Intention, number 1712, (new Bvrles) lo have
Hi - following work done, to will
Regaining at a point on the northerly Hue of
First street laisl point being the southeast cor
ner of lot 4 ol the subdivision tif the garden of
J. Murat. as recorded In boon T), pagn 8 .mis
cellaneous restords of Los Angelea county,
thence westerly aloug the northerly line of First
street .50 feet to ibe southwest comer ol said
lot 4; thence nor hony along the said westerly
Hue o! raio to, 4 7.13 feet to a point on the new
Hue ol First street; thence easterly to a point
ou th-'easterly Hue of sabl lot 4, said point be
ing 8.81 feet northerly from the southeast coi
ner of «ad lot 4; th me i southerly along the
easterly Hue ol said lot 4 8 81 feel to the poiut
of tv ginning, should bs taken for the widening
ol First itreet in said city.
Skc. 2 That the oxierior bnundarles of the
district Which is hereby declared to be bene
llled by snld Improvement aud to bo assessed
lo pay iho co»t,oamnKes and expenses thereof,
are as follows to-wit: Beglnniu /, at a po'nl on
the ess: line of Los Angeles street 10 feet north
cr.y Lorn the northerly line ot First atreet as
shown by a man adopted by the city council al
lis meeting of December 16th, 188', and now
on liie in the olllce ol the city clcrs of said city,
aaid point being also the southwest coruerof
the Valla block; thence enstcrly and on a due
parallel with said new line of First street, as
shown by said map, to a point ou the westerly
line of Vine atreet; thence easterly and ou a
line parallel with Bald noriherly line of First
street, usil 10 feet dlstan therefrom, to Ihe
westerly line ol Aiameda street; thence sotitn
er.y nlong the westerly line of AU.Teda street
loa point 10 feet distant, southerly rom the
southerly line of sa.d new line of First street
and !0 feet distant therefrom to tho east rly
lint o San I'edro stre»t: thence northerly to
the rout uweit cor.ter of the Valla block; thence
northerly to the tKilntof beginulug; excepting
therefrom the iKnd to be taken for the oucuing
of said sireet. as in section 1 of thia ordinance
desorlb d. and excepting also any portion of
land within snid district which Is a pars, of
public street or alley.
Hue 3. Ordinance No. 1084. (n«w series) and
all oilier o.dinanees in conflict herewith, ate
hereby repealed.
Reference is hereby ma le to the said ordi
nance of Intention for lurther particulate,
1). A. WATsON,
By A. I. Stewart. Street Superintendent.
Deputy. 6-14-10t
Ordinance No. i72iV.
( JEW «KRIE=.)
\N ORDINANCE DECLARING THE IN
. tentiou of Iho mayor and council of the
city of Los Angeles to establish thj grade of
Trenton street, flora Pico stseet to Eleventh
streat.
The mayor and council ol the city o." Los An
geles d i ordain as follows:
Ski TP n 1 That it is the intention of the
council of the c.iy of Loi Angeles to establish
the g. ade of Trenton street, from Pico streel to
kleven'.ii street as follows:
At ihe in'crscction of Pico street the grade
5i,,11 lv 2«."1 on tho northeast comer and
20 17 on thj no; Ih west ooruar, at a pout 550
leel northern' from tho nor lb litu of Pico street,
27 50 on the east sidn and 27.80 on
the west side! at tho intersection of
Eleventh street, 23 40on the southeast corner
snd 23.68 on the a uthwest corner. And at
all points between said a*elgoated points the
grndi shall he established s.i as to conform to
ast: ,ii;ht Uuedrawn boiwcon said designated
points.
Elevation! am In teet and below city datum
plane.
• re. 2. Tho city clerk ihal ! certify lo the
pa'suKC ol this ordinance, and shall cause
Ihesan eto be. nuh ljied for ten .lays in tho I.OS
• ,i.teles Kstn u.n, and thereupon and thereafter
It shall tale ct'ect and be In force.
I hereby c i; ify tnat the foiegoing ordinance
nas p.dou'ted hf the oouncll o! tie city of
Los Angeios m Ita mooting "f June 5, IS'.)3.
C. A. LUCKENBAUH,
c.tv clcrg.
Approved this Oth day of June, 1803
T. E. ROWAN,
6-13 lot Mayor.
Teacheri'* Examination.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN EX
ts animation of teachers will bl held in th 3
assemblvro m of theiioi;ua! school building,
comer Grsud avenue and Fl Ih street, b.giuniug
Wtdnesdav, luue 28th, a' !);30 o'clock a. m.
Ah applicants for coitlricaii s upon ex iraina
tion r.iu.t te preafttf at thn beginning ot the
examination. No onn will bo permitted to j iln
the class / Iter 10 o'clock a. m. on Wednesd y.
All teacher, deilring eeitifieatei renewed will
file-ihMr applications, with tv fee of iivo dol- •
lars with the Secretary of the County Board
of Education not later Ihnu Saiurd.y, June
24th.
By order of the Connty Board ot Education.
6-0-231 W. »v. SEAMAN, Stcretaiy
Ordinance No. 1723.
(NEW SERIIB.)
AM OBDIN4NOR DECLARING THE in
tention nt tbe mayor end conncil ol tbe
city ol Loa Angeles to cnang" snd establish .he
grade of *the Intersection of Pennsylvania and
Michigan avenaes and Using the limits of the
district lo he asi-sied to pay the cosi, damages
and expenses thereof.
The mayor and con aci I of the city of Los An
geles do ordain as follows:
BlcnoK 1. That It is the Intention of the
council of the city of Los Angoles to change
ami eatablt*h tho grade of the Intersection of
Pennsylvania and Michigan avenues as fol
lows:
At the Intersection ot Michigan avenue and
Pennsylvania avenue tne grade shall be
chanted and established 80 00on the north
west and eoutbw.st corners and 85.50 on the
northeast and southeast corners: tbe grade at
tbe Intersections of Pieasantavenue and Mich
igan avenu», Eohandla street aod Michigan
avenue, Scbandla street and Pennsylvania
avenue and Kearney street and Pennsylvania
avenue shall be as now established.
And stall points between said dcs gnatad
points the grade shall be established so as to
conform to a straight line drawn between aaid
designate! points
Elevations are In feet;and above city datum
plane.
Mac. 2. The boundaries of the district to be
affected by sal 1 change snd to be assessed to
psy the damagos that may b? awarded by rea
son of such change of grade are hereby desig
nated and cetab'.lshed as follow*; Beginning
st the southwest corner of Schuyler street and
Kearney atreet, tbenco westerly along the
southerly line of Kearney street lo the north
west orner of lot 18, block 8 of the Mount
Fleisanl tract, thence southerly to the south
west corner of lot 2 of said block 8, thence
southerly to tbe northwest corner of lot 14 of a
subdivision of block Tof ilis Mount Pleasant
tract, thence southerly to the southwest corner
of lot 10 of said subdivision. Iheueo easterly to
thesoulhon-t corner of said lotlO.lhenca north
essierlv to the southerly corner of block U of
the Mount Pleasant tract, thence northeasterly
to tbe easterly ooruer ol ssld block U, thence
northerly to th i southeast corner ol lot lof
block P of the Mouut Pleasant tract, tbenco
northerly lo the northeast comer of lot 17 of
said block Pon the southerly line of Kearney
sireet, thence westerly along thn southerly line
of Kearney itreet to Ihe point of b.Klnuing,
excepting therefrom any public atreet or alley
ihat may He within the above described dis
trict.
oEC.iI. The city c ork ilull certify to Iho
passage tn thie ordinance and snail came the
same to be published (nr ten days In tbe Los An
geles MrctiAi.b, and lueroupou und thereafter lt
ibad tskeeitVctaud be in forcn.
1 hereby certify that the foregoing ordinance
was aiopted by the council of iho city of Loi
Angeles at ltl meotlug of Jiim- 5, 1803.
0. A. LUCKENBACH.
City Clerk.
Approved thia Bth day of June, 1808.
T.E. ROWAN,
0 13 lOt Mayor.
Ordinance No. 1732.
(NEW SERIES.)
AN ORDINANCE DECLARING THE INTEN-
Iion of the mayor and council of the city
of i,on Angeles to establish the grade of Chicago
street, from Stevenson avenue to Fourth
atreet.
The Mayor and Council of the city of Loi An
geles do ordain aa follows:
Section 1. That lt is the intention of
the council of the City of Los Augcles
to establish the grade of Chicago street from
Stevenson avenue to Fourth street as follow,:
At the Interiec'.lon of the easterly line of
Chicago etreet with the northerly line of
Stevenson avenue and of the westerly Una of
Chicago street with the easterly lin«of Bojle
avenue the g ado shall be as now established,
58.00: at a point In tho west side oi Unlcsgo
street 380 feet northerly from the le-t men
tloncd Intersection i olnt OS.QJ and ih • nine
at a point In i he east side at a right angle oppo
site thereto; at a point 100 leet north from the
last trentloned point 70. .0 on both sides; at n
point 100 leet north from tho last meniio .ed
point 60 80 on hith sides; at a point. 100 foel
north from the last mentioned point 07.50 on
both sides; at a point 320 feet north f-om the
laat mentioned point 50.00 on both sides: at a
point 000 feet north from the last mentioned
point 52 00 on both sides; at the intersection
of Fourth street the grade shall be as now es
tablished, 37.00 on the southwest cornor and
38.00 on the southeast corner. And
at all points between said desig
nated points the grsde shall be estab
lished so as to conform to a straight line drawn
between ssld designated points.
E evations are In feet and above city datum
plane.
Sec. 2. Tho city clerk shall certify to the
passage of this ordlnauco aud 6hall came the
same to be published tor ten days In the
los Angeles Herald, and thereupou aud
thereafter lt shall ake effect and be In force.
1 hereby certlly that the foregoing ordinance
was adopted by tbe council of the city of Loi
Augc.es, at it* meeting of Juno 12th, 1803.
0 A. LITiiKRN BACH, City Clerk.
Approved this 16lh day of Jnne, 1803
6 1810t T. E. ROWAN. Mayor.
Ordinance No. 1727.
(NEW SERIES.)
A N ORDINANCE DECLARING THE IN
1V tenllon of tho mayor and council of ihe
city oi Los Augslcs to establish tbe grade of
.-Hire. Fa avenue from First sireet lo Short
street.
The mayor snd council of the ol'y of Los
Angeles do ordalu ns follows:
Miction 1. That It is tbe Intention of the
council of the city of Loi; Angeles to establish
tbe grade of Santa Fe avenue from First street
to Short -1 •■ 1 as follows:
At the Itiieisscllon of First street the grade
shall be 7 05 feot ab ye tho city datum plane
on the southeast corner and 7.54 feet above tne
datum plan* in tbo southwest co ner;atthe
intersection of Becond street 0.30 feet above
the datum plane on the northwest corner and
5.90 feet above the datum plane on the son.h
waat corner; at the inn of Third I'reet
4.10 feet above the datum plane on trie north
west corner aud 3 70 feet above thß det m
plane on 'he southw it corner: at the Intersec
tion of Stevenson avenue 0 50 feet b-j'osv the
datum plane on the northwest aud northeast
corn -rs and 1.00 foot below the datum p an;
on tho southwest aud southeast corners: at the
intersection of Short street 2 50 feet h lnwihe
catum plane on th noithwest coiner and 3.00
f'et beiow tbe datum plane on the DOtthasat
oornev, and at nil points between said desig
nated points th-grade ihall bi est'blished so
as to conform lo a straignt line drawn between
said designated poind
Bic 2. The city clerk shall certify to Iho
passage of this ordinance and shall cause the
same to he published for ten days In the l.os
Angeles Herald, and thereupon and there
afier it shall take effect aud be in force.
I hereby certify that the ioregolng ordi
nance was adopted by the council of the oil v of
Los Angeles at Its meeting of Ju*no 5,1803.
C. A. LUOKENBACH,
City Clerk.
Approved Ihla Oth day of June, ■ 803.
0-13 lit T, E. ROWAN, Mayor.
Notice of the Filing; of the Report of
the Commissioners Appointed for
the Opening- of Eighth street, from
Moore Street to Lincoln Place, in
Compliance with Ordinance Num
ber 1439, (New Series), Together
with the Plat of the Assessment
District.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A CBR
t.lied copy or the report, ass ssment list
and plat ol tho commissioners appointed lo
assess benefits and damages and to havo geu
wral supervision of tho ptopos-d work of open
ing Eighth street, Irom Moore atreet to Llnoolu
P ace, has bien filed in the c Mice of the under
signed.
All sums levied anil assessed in said assess
ment Its' are due and payable immediately.
The isaym'-nt oi laid sum is to be made to me,
In my office, within thlsty days from the first
publication of this notice
All sis' ssmeuts not paid before the expira
tion of said thirty days will be declared to be
come deliniiueut, aad thereafter five per cent
with tho co.t of adveitlstng, will be added
thereto.
Dated this 13th day of June, A. 1)., 1893.
D. A. WATSON.
Streot superintendent.
By A. I, Stewart,
Deputy. 0-13 101.
Application to Sell Real Estate.
N OTICE IS HItP.EBY GIVEN THAT THE
Methodist Episcopal Church South, of Los
Augelei, California, has applied for authority
to sell 111u ecrt'ln property on Olive stroet,
kn.swnas Iho District Parsonage, aud dcicr.tied
ns beginning at a poiut in Ilia cast iineol Oilve
sireet ISO feet south of Eleventh street, thence
sonth along Give street lilty-three feat, tnetice
we telly betwen parallel lines parallel to
Eleventh atreet 188 feet, and tLa heafngof
said petition is set for June 23d, 1803, a. 10 a.
tn., before Department Threooi Ihis lourtai
the court house iv the cit' of Los Angel sc.
I. H WARD.
County clerk and Ex-offleio Clerk of said Court
By A. VV. mEavek, Deputy. 6-17 5t
Notice.
C CONSUMERS OF WATER FROM THE LOS
J Allgeci City Water company plant aio
hereby untitled mat tf tbev permit auy build
ing or itreet coat'sctor lo use water from th-slr
hydrau's, unless such conliamors show a per
■ mirijom this company, thjir wulci will beahut
off without further notii c, and a penalty will
be eharserl for such infraction of tho leguta
tlons before water will again be put on.
LOL ANGELES CITY WATER COMPANY.
6 10 3m
Notice of Aw*rd of Contract.
TJOP.BUANT TO STATUTES AND TO THB
A resolutloa ot award of the city council of
the clly ot Loa Angeles, adopted luce 12. 1-03,
directing this notice, not to is hereby given
tbat tho said city council in open session, on
the sth d ii of June, 1893, opened, examined,
and publicly declared all stand proposals or
bids oft jred lor tha following wort, to-wlt:
Fires Tbat said lowa Sireet iv sald city from
the north curb line of Washington itreet to the
south curb Hue of Sixte.iuh street includ
ing all Int r.c.tioiis of streets (excepting such
tortious of said siroet anil lutorseutloui as are
required by law to bo kept In order or repair by
snypeisou or company having r.nilroaii tracks
therein, and a - • excepting such portions as
have an eady been graslod, graveled and ac
cepted), he graded and graveled ill accordance
with tne plans and prolLu on file iv the
office ot thu city engineer and <p.-ciu •atioiu ou
file In the o Doe of ihe city clerk of the City of
Lo" «ugelcs for making graveled stiects, said
specifications being numbered five (5).
fecond. luat a cement curb be constructed
aloiij; each Hue o> the roadway ot -aid lowa
slrce't, from tno north curb Huh of Washington
sireet to the Bonth curb line ol Sixteenth
■treet (excepting along inch portions of the
line s>l laid rotdway upon which a cement curb
haa alrcaly b en couatruoted and accepls'd), ia
accordance, with sped Heat ions in the oflice of
the city clerk of aaid city tor constructing
cement curbs, laid specifications being num
bered twelve (12).
Third. That a cement sidewalk four feet In
width he constructed along eaid: aisle of aaid
lowa sireet, from the north curb line of Wash
ington itreet to the south curb Htio of Six
teenth street (excepting inch portions of aaid
street between ssld points along which a co
no nt ildewait has been cnustruoted aud ac
cepted), said sidewalk tn be constructed in ac
c udance with specifications ou file lv the office
of the oily clerk, said spacllleiitKius b.dug num
bered twelve (12).
Fourth. That a public sowcrjbe constructed
along said lowa street from a point opposiio
Ihe neuter lino of lot 13, Welseudiiuger..
city unci, to a point 15 foot north of
the ceatnr Hue of Washington sireet and across
all Intersections of streets (excepting alont
such portions upon which a public
sewer has beeu 'constructed and ac
cepted) together with manholes, lurephales
and Hush Unti The slseof said sewershall be:
Bight (B)inches In Internal dlameter,and bacon
■tructc i of aalt glased vitrified pipe, brick. Iron
and cement. All of which shall Do constructed
In accordance with the plans and profile ou file
In tho office of the city engineer and spedfkv
tioui on file in the office of the ally* clerk, tald
ipsctllcstions being numbered fourteen.
The cost of constructing said sewer shall be
assessed against all lots ansl lauds fronting
upon tho same.
the slty engineer having ostlmattd that
tha total cost of said Improvement will b>
greater lhau one dollar per Iront foot along
each line of ssld street. Including the cost of
lntenectloni, lt Is hereby determined, In pur
auauce of au act of the legslaiureof thusiaia
California, approved February 27, 1893, that
bonds shall bs lßiued to represent the cost of
said Improvement. Said bonds shall be serla 1 ,
exteuding over a period of ten years, an cv.su
proportlou of which shall be payable annually
on tho second day o( January of each year,
after their date until Ihe whole arc paid, au i
to Interest ai the rate of 7 per stout per
annum, payab c semt-anuually ou the second
days of January and Jnly of each and overy
year.
And, thereafter, to-wlt: On tho 12th day ot
June, 1893, awarded tho contract for said
work to the lowest regular re'spo"ilble bidder,
to-wlt: To H. C. Reg later and I*. M. Dsrcy, nt
the pilccs named (or aaid wort in their propos il
ou file, to-wlt: $4855 fur tbe wjrt compls t«.
and that the said award has been approved by
the msyor.
Clerk's office, Los Angeles, I al., June 17,
1893.
C. A LUCKENBACH.
Oity clerk of the city of Loa Ang.-ies,
(£2O 2t
Notice of Award of Contract
PURSUANT TO STATUTES AND TO THE
resolution of award ol the city council of
the city ot Los Angeles, adopted Juno 12, 1803,
directing this notice, notice is hcieby given
thai Ihe aaid city cou ell, In open session, on
the6lb day ol June, 1803, opened, s xauHned
and publiosy declared all scaled ptoposalsor
b.ds ottered for lh» following work, to-wit:
Flrsl. That Baid Providence aireet In said
clly from the south curb line ol Seventh
street to Ihe north curb Hue ol Nlulh aires t, in
cluding all Itttenectlons of streets, (excepting
suchportlo'S of said street and Intersections
as nro required by law to be kept
In order or repair by any person or comrsany
having riilroad tracts thereon, and alsocxcepi
lng such portions as have already been grade ,
grave : ed and accepted be graded and gia-eled
in accordance with the plans and profile ou tile
lv the olllce of the city engineer and specifi
cations on file lv the offloa of the city clerk of
the civ of Los Angeles for mating t raveled
titee'-. said specifications being numbered five
(Si.
Second. That a cement curb he constructed
along each line of tbo roaiway of said
Providence street from the south cuib line
of Sevealh street to the north curb lino of
Mulls atreet (excepting along such portions of
the line of sild roadway upon which a cement
curb luil already been constructed aul accept
ed,) in a,:i.vrdan' c with specifications lv tn..
office ot the city clerk of said city tor con
strucllug cement curb-, aaid specifications be
ing niiaiberid twolve.
Third. That a cement sidewalk six feet In
width b» constructed along each sltlss of said
Providence street from the south enrb Hue of
Seventh street to the north curb line of
Ninth street (excoptlug such portions of said
atree'.b-twuen laid points along which a cement
aldewalk has been construcied and accepted,)
eaid sidewalk to be cens'ructed lv accorslnnce
wi'.h speclrlcxtlous on file in the office of Ihe
city eleik, said specifications being numbered
twelve.
Tho city engineer having estimated that
Ihe total cost of slid improvement will bi
greater thau one dollar per front fool along
each line of said atieet. tnclud.ug the cost of
intersections, it is hereby determined. In pur
suance cf an act of tbe legislature ol the •into
of Csllf duia. approved February 27, 1833,
that houds shall be laatied to rep eaunl the cost
of staid Improvement. Said bonis shall ba
aerial, exteudlng over a period of ten yeara, au
svon proportion ot which .ball bo payable an
nually on tbe second day of January ot each
year, after their date until thn whole are paid,
abd to bear Interest at Ihe rate of 8 percent,
per annum, payable semi-annually ou the sec
ond d'sys of January and July of each and
every year.
And th-reaftor, to-wlt: On th° 12th day of
June, 181)3, awarded the conlrae: for said work
to the lowest regular responsible bidder, to-wlt:
To Dodd ausi O'G ra, at ihe prices named lor
■aid wo k In tnelr proposal on file, to wit: ft 10
per llnettl loot tor street complete, and thai the
Bald awanl has been approved by tho Mayor.
Clerk's olllce, Los Augcles, Cal., June 17,
1803.
C. A. LUCKENBACH,
City clerk of the city of Lot Angeles.
0 20-21
Notice of Award of Contract.
PURSUANT TO STATUTES AND TO THE
resolution oi awaid ot the city council of
the city of Los Angeles, adopted Juue 12, 1893,
directing this notice, notice is hereby given
thalllies Id city council, in open aeuslon, ou
the sth d y of June. 1803, opened, examined,
and publicly declared alt Besslcd proposals or
bids offered tor the following work, to-wlt:
First. That said Seventeenth street in said
city from tbe westerly curb line of Gisind
avenue to the etstetly curb Due of Hopo Itreet,
Including all lntersect-oni of streets,
(excepting ssica portions of said street and lu
tersect ons as are required by law to be kept in
order or repair by any person or company hiv
ing railroad tracks thereon, and al-o excepting
iiiub portions as have already been gr-sded,
graveled and accepted), lv graded and g aveled
in accordance with the plans and profile on file
in the ssfflce of the city eng neer and specifica
tions on ill" iv the office of the city s lerk of the
city of '.os Angeles for graveled street],
said speculations being numbered five
becond That a cement ernb be ennstrncted
along each line ot tha roadway ol said Seven
teenth street, from the westerly bulb Hue of
Grand avenue to this t-tistetiy curb line of Hope
sireet (excepting along such portions of the
lino of said roadway upon which a cement or
granite curb has already been constructed aDd
accepted), in accordance with specifications in
the officii of the city clerk ot BSisi city for cou
structing cement curbs, said spedlieatloiih-be
iitg numbered twelve.
And thereafter, t i-wlt: On the 12th day of
June. 1893, awarded the contract for said work
to the lowest regular respouaibte bidder, to-wit:
To Frant Chenoworth, sit iho prices mined its
bis proposal on file, to-wlt: Grading, if I 10 per
lineal foot; curb, 35 cents per lineal loot; aud
that Use said award has been approved by the
mavot*
Olork's office, Los Angeles, Cal., June 17,
1803.
C. A I.CCKENIIACH,
City clerk »f the city of Los Angeles.
0-20 2t
Proposals for County Supplies.
OFFICE OF THE ?!OARD OF SUPERVHOR3
of Los Angeles county, Hat ; of California,
June 12th, 1893,
Notice .a hereby given that sealed proposals
will bs received by tbo • onnly np to 11 o'clock,
a. in..of June 20th, 1898. for furnishing sup
plies tor one year commencing June 27th,
lfcli'3. aa follows;
1 Fresh bread for the county hospital
2 Ice for thu county hospital, court house
anil jail.
A c ri fled check mußt accompany each bid
In the sum of .It>loo.
The board reserves the right to reject any and
all bids.
By order of the board of supervisors.
T. H. WARD,
County clerk and ex-officlo clerk of the board
of supervisors.
By W. H. WitiTTKMOiia, deputy. 6 14 lot
Summons—Foreclosure.
IN TUB SUPERIOR f OORT OF THE STATE
ol California, iv and for tho couuijr of Loa
' Arthur Bikes, plalntlfl, vs. Chu. McCarthy
defendant . .
Action brought in tho superior court of tha
Btutoof CalHoruia, in and for the oounly of
lm Angelor, and the complaint Hied In aaid
county of Loh Angelea, In the oflice of ihe olerk
ol s*til superior court.
The people of ihe alato of California tend
gr< ting to Chas. McCarthy, defendint:
You are hereby required to appear In an ac
tion brought agalnn you by the above-named
pj litttaffla iho sunerlor oourt of the state of
il i, iv and for Loi Ai geles count', and
to an««er the complaint filed therein, wills Hi
ten date (exolttetve oi Hie Hay of aervlco) after
tho service on you of thia summons—lf served
within this county; or, lf served olsewhere,
within thirty ilays.
'I be said action Is brought to obtain a decree
of this . nurt lor the foreclosnreof a mortgage
described In the said co nplaint anil txecuted
by I lin aaid Chas. McCarthy on the HOih day of
August. 188", to secure the payment of one
on ie ISASfy note, dated August 3dsh, 1888. due
F b uarv Ist, IHBO, tor the sum of two thou
sand dollars ($2OOO, togelh r with lntere-t
at S per c-nt p-r annum until maturity, after
maturity to draw 12 per cent per annum until
pi.l I. and for reasonable attorneys' lees; said
note being signed by Chas. McCarthy and pay
able to Arthur Sites: that the premises con
veyed by said mortgage may be sold snd the
proceeda applied to the payment of ssld note,
lultrest sua attorneys' fees and costs of auit;
and lv case such pr icoeds are nottaflicient to
p»y thn s ! mo. men to obtsln an exeontloa -
ag iltisi sab) ( harlcs McCartbv for the balance
r tnslnlni due; aud also lhat the defendant
and nil persons claiming by, through or under
him, may be barred aud foreclosed of all right,
title, claim 110 , equity of redemption, and
Int-oest in and lo aaid mortgaged premises, and
for othef and further relief. Reference is had
to complaint torpartlcula's.
And you am hereby notified that |{ v ,,„ f„i| to
appearand answer ths said complaint as above
required, tha said plaitillfT will apply to the
(ouri for the relief duicanded In the said com
plaint
t.i yen under my hand and the seal of the an
perlor court of the state of California, In and
for t.ie county ol Lrs Angeles, this 20th day of
February, in the year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred aud nlnely two.
(seal 1 T. H. WARD, Clerk.
Bj A. \V. SEtvaa, Deputy Clerk. 07 We lot
Notice of Award of Contract.
PURSUANT TO STATUTES AND TO THB
resolution ol award of the city Council of
the City of l.os Angelea, adopted June 12, ISO 3,
directing this notice, notice Is hereby given
thai I he said City Council, in open session, on
the sth day of June, 1803, opened, examined,
nnd publicly declared all sealed proposals or
bios offered for the following work, to-wlt:
Flrsi— That aaid Orand avenue in said city,
from Ihe southerly line of Fourth atreet to the
northerly line of Fifth atrt ct, including all In
ler-ccilo'tis of streets (excepting such portions
of said street and Intersections as are required
bylaw to be kept in order or repair by any
person or company having rßllroad tracks
th, icon, and also excepting such portions as
have already been graded and graveled and ac
cepted) be graded and graveled In accordance
with the plana and profile on Die in thoofTiee
of the city engineer nnd specifications oh file
.in the oflice of the city clerk of tho city of' sLos
Angeles for graded and graveled streets, skid
speOltlcal ions being nuffitvred five.
Second -That tt redwood curb be constructed
along each line of the roadway of saldCrand
avenue, from the southerly line of Fonrth
street to ihe northerly Hue of Filth street (ex
ceptlng along such portions of the line of aaid
roadway upon which ti redwood, cement'or
granite curb has already been constructed and
accepted) in a "cnrdancc with specifications In
!he olllce of i he city clerk of said city for con
structing redwood eurlis.
And thereafter, to-wit! On the 12th day of
June, I 808, awarded the contract for said work
to the loweet regular responsible bidder, to
wil: To Dodil A n'Gura at the prices named for
said work In their proposal on tile, to-wlt:
loading, 04 cents per lineal foot; curb, 18
cent per lineal foot, and that tho said award
l.r been approved by the mayor.
Clerk's office, Loa Angeles, CaL, June 17,
IKII3.
C. A. LUCKENBACH,
0-20 'it City clerk ol the city of Los Angeles.
DELINQUENT ASSESSMENT NOTICE
Tar Springs Asphalt Company, Los
Angeles, Cal.
NOTICE tl HEREBY GIVEN THAT THERE
Is delinquent upon the following de
scribed stock, on account of assessment lev! d
oiilhulillh day ot April. 1893, the several
amounts act opposite the names of tho respect
ive soareholder:, as follows: •
No. ol No of
Name. _ Cert. Shares Am't.
OaroW. Childa • 5 100 810 00
Ozro W. Childs 4li 3550 355 00
Andrew Mulleu . 03 2800 280 0»
Jhaucey 1,. W'atroui. 00 I*7B 177 bO
Chsncoy L. Watrous. 07 8020 882 00
And in accordance with law. so many sbsrea
of each pßrcel nt st-icic as mai?. be necessary
will bi sold at public suction, orfthe lOtK'dljt
cf June, I 803, bitween the hours of ten (10)
and el"fe;i (11) o'clock a. m, at the office of
theompany, No ill i-'outh Broadway, la the
, clly o( Los Angeles, Cel., to psy delinquent as
sessment thercou, together with cost of adver
tising and expenses of sale
Da-cd this 2tlliday of May, 1893.
5 21 Id CAL. F. HUeITaR. 8 cretsry.
Hy order of the Board of Directors, the above
sale is hereby continued until Wednesday, tbe
21st dnv of June, 18i»3.
0 8 lit CAL. F. HUNTER. Secretary.
Notice for Publication of Time for
Proving Will, etc.
IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF P.
J. l'lynu, deceaassl.
In liie superior court In and for tho connty of
Los Angelea, state of Callioriila.—No. 188. De
pnttmcnt2.
ROtlce Is hereby given that Tuesday, the
20th day of June, 1803. at 10 o'clock a. m. of
aaid day, at the ton t r„osn of this court, de
partment two thereof. In th > city of Los Au«e
le-,souu!.v of Los Angeles, and state of Ca lfor
nla. has been appointed v the lime and place
for bearing the application of J. R. Logle,
praviu'lbata document now on 1110 In this
court, purp it ling io be the last will and teata
nient ol the said diceased, be admitted to pro
bale, that tetters testamentary b i Issued there
on t i r.im, at which time and place a'l persona
interested therein may appear aud contest the
ss'me.
ii.ited June Oth. 1893.
T. H. WARD, County Clerst.
ByC. W. Black, Deputy
ISID'JRg B. DOCKWEILER.
Attorney tor petitioner.
Date of first publl atlou, June Blh, 1803,
0 8 13t ■
IJROPO.-isLS FOR FUEL. FORAGE AND
1 STRAW.—Headquarters Department of All
/..ma, utile oi the Chief (juatturmaster, Los
AngCleS, Cal., June 17, 1803.—Settled propOsalß
ii, ir.plicate w li be lecdvil at this o rGe and
nt the, offlnt o; the QUMitcrmsaier nt < ii -a the
po.is b ,ow named until llc'e'toet a. ni.. 120 th
meridian lime, on July 18. 1803. snd then
up tied iv the prcs jneo of attending bidders,
for furnishing Fuel. Farigottiiil -straw at Forte
Apache, Howie, Grant, lluaehncs, A. T . B*u
Carlos and A hippie ll ,■ ,i .:s, A. T., Forts Bay
ard, Marcy, st un n and Wmgste, N M., Loi
Angclesanu Ban Diego Birr.ct , CaL. during
ttso tiscal year ci: ling June 3t)ih, 1894. Pref
erence given to articles ol domestic produc
tion end manufacture, conditio,.a of price aud
qnanty being equal, and such preference given
io articles of Aiaer,can production and roanu-
I roduced on the Pacific coast to the ex-
Ipntol ihe consumption required by IB* pub
lic, service there. Piopnanls tor quantities less
than the v,hole required, or for delivery at
points other than those named, will be ent*r
t lined, fcpecillcaiions, general Instructions to
blcdersand nlunk forms o( prop sal wID be
Inrni-heil on application here or at the offices
o( the lospeetive post quartermasters. 1C B.
ATWOOD, Major and Chief Quartermaster.
41-17 4t
Notice to Creditors.
ISsTATE OF JOHN GE )RQB WILHELM
\ docteased.
Notice is hereby given by He undersigned,
s.xecu'rtx of tin. last will and testament oi
John George Wilh.ain, deceased, to the credit
ors of, and allpcrior.s having claims against
the said deceased, to exhibit the same, with
the, necessary vouchers, within lour(4) months
after the first publication of this notnee to the
said executrix, at the law offices of is dure B.
Dock waller, Esq.. roor.il 11 and 12 Hiyson
block corner Spring slut second sim-is, in the
ctlvot Los Angeles, coualy (f Los Angeles,
stale of Calif.ir 11. which place is hereby des
ignated and spc-lfled as the place for tae ttaas
actlou or the business of said estate lv the
cnuutv i f Cos AngSies.
Dated his Kith day of May, A. V. 1803.
FRANCIsKA E. WILHtCLM.
Exec lor of tha last will and los.ainf nt of
John George Willi,dm, deceased.
ISIDORE B. DjCKWEUER. attorney for
eaiate.
I' tie ol" first publication. May 17th. 1803.
8 17 Wed at
Notice of Application tor Dissolution.
IhJOTICE H HEREBY GIVEN THAT TH.X
IM California Investment Company has had
filed iti thisiourt its application lordisiolutlon,
and i hat tne game will oe heard before depart
ment .•('. 1 oi i .e»iperinr court of the county
Of I os Angelea nn The 20ih day of Juno, 184)3,
at 10 o'clock a.m. of said day, or aa soon there
after as counsel enu be heard.
T. H. WARD, County Clerk,
ByW. H.Whit'iikiss' nenntv. 5-243*

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