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Grand Republic Buffos.
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The Grand Republic Cigar Factory, No. 200, New York.
GEO. P. LIES & CO, Proprietors.
KINGSBAKER BROS., 405 N. Main St., Los Angeles, CaL,
WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS FOR SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. fleodlm
FINANCE AND TRADE.
Financial.
EXCHANGE REVIEW.
New York. February 6 —The stock market
to-day was more active, with a stronger tone
almost throughout, aud the result of the day's
operations is to leave most of the list materi
ally higher than last evening. The strangers
were a weak spot In the list, and Burlington
and Qtiincy and Rook Island especially showed
a marked weakness aud declined materially,
though a portion of the loss was made up
toward the close of business. The market
closed active and strong, generally at tho best
prices of ihe day. ....
Goverumeut bonds were dull but Arm.
Petroleum opened steady at 80% c. and the
market closed at BTVaO.
MOSEY UCOTATIONB.
New York, February G.—Money on call easy
at [email protected] per cent.
Prime mercantile paper, [email protected]
Sterling exchange unsettled and weak; $4.80
for sixtydaj bills: $4.88 for demand.
Bar silver, 92% c. per ounce.
San Francisco, February 6.—Silver bars, 92%
@92% c. per ounce.
STOCKS AND BONDS.
Niw York, February 6.—Closing quotations:
0.8.45, reg.. 12-<%iNorthern Pac 26%
0.8. 4s, coup 128%'N.P.Preferred. ... 61%
O. 8. 4%5, reg .. ,107, V Northwestern IJJ7J4
O. 8. 4%5. coup... 109 IS. Y. Central 109%
Pacific tis 120 Oregon Imp't .... /OU
American Ex. ...113 |Navigation 94%
Oanadu Pacific... 5P>, Transcontinental. 33
Oanada Sou 54% i Pacific Mall 38%
Central Pacific... 35V Reading 48%
Burlington 107! i Rock Island 97V
D. L. A W 141%15t. Paul b4%
Denver ARioGr lUVSt. Paul A Omaha 32
Irio ... 29%j3t. Ljouis A 8. F... 25%
Kans A Texas . . .113% Texas Pacific 22%
Lake Shore 101% Orion Pacific 64%
L.AN 60 jO.B.Express 78
Mich Central. ... 811%; Fargo .....
Missouri Pacific. 73% Western Onion... 86%
Boston, February 6 —Closing prices:
AAT first 7s 118%rMex Cent c0m.... 14
AATRR 53% Mcx Cent Ist mbs 71%
Burl A Qu1n0y....107 Diego L'd Co. 22.
MINING STOCKS.
Ban Francisco, February 6.—The following
are the closing prices:
Best A 8e1cher.55.37% Locomotive .15
Chollar 3.00 Peerless 100
Crocker 80 Potosl 2.30
Oon.Virginia... 8.62% Savage• 2.85
Confidence 14 50 Sierra Nevada.. 3.15
Gould A Curry.. 270 Onion Con 3. Oo
Hale A Norcrnss 4.60
Naw Yoek, February 6.—Mining shares closed
as follows:
Amador 1.50 (Ontario. 34 00
Con. Cal. AVa.. 825 Plymouth 8.00
Commonwealth 5.25 Silver King 1.10
Dol Monte 150 Onion C0n...... 3.00
Iron Silver 3.40 Yellow Jacket.. 425
Mutual , 145 1
Oram :«u.met«
DOMESTIC
Ban Francisco, February 6 -Wheat—Quiet
and steady; Buyer season, $1.44% per cental;
buyer '89. 51.47 V .
Barley—Kiiiuer. Buyer season, per
cental; buyer '89, 95% c.
Corn—sl.os®l.l2% per cental.
Chicago, February 6.-1:15 r. M. close
Wheat—Firm. Caßh, 97c. per bUßhel; May,
81.00% c. . - , „
Corn—Steady. Cash, 35c. per bushel; March,
35%e; May, 34 7-lGc.
Oats—Steady. Cash, 25c. per bushel; March,
25% c; May,27%c. . . ,
Ry e _yniet; 40%@47c. per bushel.
Barley—Nominal.
foreign.
Liverpool. February 6.—Wheat—Firm; de
mand falling off; holders offer freely.
Corn—Dull and lower. New mixed Western,
4s.ld. per cental.
Oenerai itiariteta.
San Francisco, February 6.—Wheat—Stan
dard quality, $1.40.
Barley—No. 1 feed, 82%.
Eggs—California ranch, 20c; store lots, 16®
19c
New Yobk, February 6.—Hops—Quiet but
Ooflbe— Options opened steady, unchanged
to 5 points up, and closed steady, unchanged to
5 points down, sales, 29,000 bags. February,
Sls 75; March and April, [email protected]: May,
[email protected] Spot Kio steady; fair cargoes,
I^ugar— Raw steady; fair refining, 4%0.; cen
trifugals 96 test, 5 9-16 c.; refined steady and
Copper— Nominal. Lake, February, SI6JO.
Lead—Dull and easier. Domestic. $3.77%.
Tin—Onsettled aud quiet. Btraits, $21.05.
Chicago, February 6.-Whiskey-$1.03.
Shoulders, $6 0031)0.12%: short clear. $6.37%
(86 50; short rib-. *6.00(ai0.05.
Pork-Cash, $11.27%; March, $11.37%; May,
*ILard-Flrm.1 Lard-Flrm. Cash, $6.90; Match, $6.90;
May, $7.00.
DAILY HEAL ESTATE &ECOBD.
( dialled by the Abstract an a Title
iisitrauce Company ot l.os *»■
elcs. Wednesday, February 0, 1889.
CONVEYANCES.
Seth Glidden snd Adelbert 8 GlMden to P G
Wooster-Lo.,7,replftt of Mcliuilllng's subd'n,
Thomas P Bruce-Lot 77, J
E Packard Oiueyard tr ict; $1,.j00.
■Mary F Barton to Mrs Lucina G James-Lot
■*« DrCongar tract, Pas.ideua: ipi.OOO..
A G 'Ihroop, trusts c. H F Goodwin, First Unt
versalist Parish of Pasadena, by J v \ocum, A
0 Throw and J B Corson, trustees, to BL Opn
eer-Partof lots 1 and 2, Goodwin's subd n, 8
L: lot 8 b k D, Bau Pasqual tract, reserving strip
10 feet wide for street: $8 000
W O Benedict aud W W Benedict to James
Pearson-Lot 17, Benedict & Sons' subd'n 8 10
acres Wk P. Painter & Ball tract, Pasadena,
*Vc Howes to Ln Fayette Smith ami J Charles
Duncan—Block 10 Howes tract; 81,200.
J I Case and J M Studcbaker to Annette Nye
-Lots 8 aud 9 block 0, Studebaker add Mon
r onn*B V °J Parker to James C Banna-Lot 4. J B
Parkers sub on Central aye 220 leet 8 of Eighth
rt iKnaA Neal, A J Leßreton. W G Krutl Jr.
r X Mackey and W F GUI to Robert Fletcher &
r W Ward-I "t 112 W G Kru'z Jr, C E Mackey
and W F Ci 11 sub part of Longstrect tract;
* 3 A°E°Pomerov, Cornelius G Harrison & James
A CUytSSto Henry BTreat-Wu of fracl sec
U.nllof frscl see lO 1 3 8. R l-> W, part of
B Tt Chi" nd to Dewltt rt
11, 12 and 13 block A, Howard &
an cl lot s 13,14, and' 16 block 10, Woolen Mil.
tract ; $45,000. T nrnbard Jr-!4 nnd Int
F W Samuelson to B r of j} w , ; Be e
in NEVi of NW i and EH of SEJ4 01 BW/i »j«o
THE LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD: THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 7. 1889
mcl being nil ol block C, Harvey. Luper it
Llndley sdbd of part of Pickering Land and
Water Co'stran: 11,400.
Mary E Steele to D W Funk-E% of NW%and
W 60 acres of NE% Sec 10 T4BRIIW;
3»1000.
Mr- Casanker Woodley to Emma E Grown -
Lot 12 block B. Rivera A Vignolo tract; $7,500.
O C Carle 10 Mrs A M Cailo-Lota 10 aud 12,
Whittemores tnbd lot E aud part lots 0 ant) L>,
block No 2 Monrovia tract, also und%lutin
N% of W% lot 34. Weston's subd, Lick tract, Ro
Lot Fells; $5,000.
Mrs Eli6c Kohler to C II Boyes—Lot 26, block
B, Kohler it Frohling tract; *1,100.
Lucinda B J Wishard lo Flora E Sbippey—Lo'.
12, Axford & Landreth sub part of block V,
Painter A Ball tract, Pasadena; »1,440.
Franklin H Smitu.John H Jacobs aud Annett
L Smith to Erviu C Putnam—Lots 3 and 4,
block B. Bmith it Jacob- 2d sub of N% and BE
li lot 2 block A, Marengo tract: $1,000
Andrew Glaiisell to William Ford—Agree
ment to convey lot 35, Childs tract, Ro San Ra
fael, mlsc rec bk 5, p 157; $1,650.
Frederick E Hunter to Jo-eph A Miller—Lot
27. Grover Orchard tract; $2,600.
L J Felton to P James-Lot 4 block 5, Daw
son A Cummings add Santa Ana; $1,000.
Henry 1) Weiper and Mary 'iheresa Weiper to
same—Lot 51, S side Broadway, between Los
Augeles and Lemon sts, Anaheim ; $1,200.
Archibald Mitchell to James A Kraser—W 7
feet of lot 9 and E 32.20 feet ol lot 10, block 8,
Shaw tract. Dfinan A Millara's subdn of lot 1,
block 2, H 8; $1,500
Witmer Bros Co to D C Wilson, 0 B Holmes
and A B Hawkins—Lots 262 to 267, mcl, 278,
286. 290 to 303, iucl, South & Porter tract;
$1,100
li C Wilson, C B Holmes and A B Hawkins to
A C Rogera and E F Rogen —Lots 262 to 267,
mcl, lots 278, 286, lots 290 to 303, mcl, M L
Wicks subdu Garboliuo, tiomh A Porter tract;
$8,800.
SUMMARY.
Nnmberof transfers above $1,000 each. 26.
Total amonnt of consideration, $176,350.
Number of transfers under 91,000, 29.
Total amount of consideration. $12,784.
Transfers for a nominal consideration. 17.
Aggregate of day's transfers, $189,134.
Note—Transfers of which the consideration
is less than $1,000 are not published in the
above list.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Hotel San Gabriel—Mr nnd Mrs Jewett,
JohnC Jewett, Buffalo, N Yt Mr and Mrs C U
Harding, Boston, Mass; Mr and Mrs N C "'ow
ard. Buffalo, N V; Miss Kate Whiteker, Mrs E S
Mclntyre, Los Angeles; M 8 Husey, Indianapo
lis, Ind; Frank Baum, Indinola, 111; Jas Mo
Murvey, Indianspollß, Ind; Mrs (! W Gates Loa
Angeles: 8 X Jnodgrass, X E Duycklnck, New
Jersey; WS Crass, Mrs Walter Reeves Master
Walter Reeves, Los Angeles: LO Neustidt, wite
and two children. Pasadena: Mrs ' T Ellis, Lob
Angelea; Mrs J Cross, Dnnkirk, N V; Mr and
Mrs A Solans, Geo U Bancroft, Los Angeleß;
Ohaa W Beach, Arizona; Dr H madman, Ohio.
JVKUrJATJiJ WxlUfi.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURV, COUNTY OF
Los Augeles, State of California.
In tho matter of the hstate of William H.
Nordholt, deceased.— Order to show cause why
final account should not be settled and distri
bution Bhould not be made
On reading nud riling tho final account of
John F. White, the Administrator witu the will
annexed of the Estate of William H. Nordholt.
deceased, this day rendered and presented for
settlement, and also the petition of 'aid admin
istrator praying for an order of distribution of
the residue of said estate among the persons en
titled thereto: , .
It is ordered that all persons interested in the
estate of said Wil lam H. Nordholt, deceased, be
and appear before the Superior Court, County
of Los Angeles, Htate of California, at the Court
room of Department Two, in the City of Los An
geles, County of Los Angeleß, State of Cali
fornia, on Friday, the 15th day of February,
1889, at 10 o'clock a.m., then aud thereto
show cause why said final account should not
be settled, and an order ot distribution made of
the residue of said estate among the persons
entitled theicto, as prayed for in said petition
and according to law.
It Is further ordered thut a copy of this order
be posted in nt least three public places in said
county, at least ten days before said day of set
tlement of account, and also he published for
not less than teu dajß before tho said 15th day
of February. 1889, in the Los Angeles Daily
Hebald, a daily newspaper printed and pub
lished in the City of Lob Augeles, County and
State aforesaid.
Dated February 5.1889.
W. H. CLARK,
Judge of Buperlor Court.
Stephen M. White and R. H. F. Vaiuel, Attor
neys for Administrator. 16-15
PROBATE NOTICE.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT, STATE OF CAL
ifornia, couuty of Los Augeles, s.s.
In thi matter of the estate of Henry Clay
Stone, deceased. Notice for publication of
time for proving will, etc.
Notice Is hereby given that. Tuesday, the
12th day of February, 1889, at 10 o'clock, a. m.
of laid day, at the court room of this Oouit, De
partment Two thereof, in the Joneß
Block, city of Los Angeles, county of
l.os Angeles, and State of California, has
been appointed as the timo and place for hearing
the application of A. D. Childress, praying that
a document now on file in this Conrt, purport
ing to be the last will and testament of the
said deceased bo admitted to probate, and that
letters of administration be issued thereon to
the said A. D. Childress, at which time and
place all persons interested therein msy appear
and contest the same
Dated, January 29. 1889.
C. H. DUNSMOOR, County Clerk.
ja3o lOt By M. J. Ashmobe, Deputy.
~~ NOTICE TO CREDIT KYRS. ~
ESTATE OF WM. L. SMITH, DECEASED.—
Notice is hereby given by the undersigned
M .tilda J. Smith, executrix of the will of
Wm. L. Smith, deceased, to the creditors of
and all persons having claims apainst the said
deceased, to exhibit the same, with the neces
sary vouchers, within four months after the
llrst publication of this notice to the said
Matilda J. Smith, room 1, No. SU North Soring
street. Los Angeles, California, the name being
her place oi business as such executrix.
Dated this 19th day of January, A. I). 1889.
MATILDA J. SMITH, Executrix.
WM. Alex. Ryan, Attorney for Executrix.
Ja2o-law-5t _
NOTICE OF COPARTNERSHIP.
CITATE OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF LO3
0 Augeles. We, the undersigned do hereby
certiiy that wo ore partners, transacting busi
ness in this State, st the City cndCoun yof
los Angeles, under the firm name and style of
Mullen? Bluett* Co : that the name in full of
all tho members of such partnership are
Andrew Mullen, W. C. Bluett.and Edward F
Mullen; and that the place of our respect ye
residences are Bet opposite our respective
Uam N» B me ereUnt ° BUbSCribed ' Residence.
Andrew Mullen JSSaSSSS.
W 0. Bluett 151*252:!
KDWABD F. MULLEN LOS ADg6.CS
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liHUlii
SUMMONS.
IN THK SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE
of California, in and for the Comity of Los
Angeles.
Fanny Williams, Plaintiff, vs. J. S. Williams,
Defendant.
Action broußht in the Superior Court of the
State of California, in and for tho County of Los
Angeleß. and tho Complaint filed in said County
of Los Angeles iv the office of tho Clerk of said
Superior Court.
The People of tho State of California Bend
greeting to J. S. Williams, defendant.
You are hereby required to appear in an ac
tion brought against you by the above-named
plaintiff, in the Superior Court in the State of
California, in and for the County of Lob An
geles, and to answer the Complaint filed there
in, within teu days (exclusive of the day of
Bervice) after the service on you of this Sum
mons, if Bcrved within this county, or, if served
elsewhere, within thirty days, or judgment by
default will be taken against you according to
the prayer of said Complaint.
Tho said action is bronght to obtain the Judg
ment of this Court dissolving the bondß of
matrimony now existing between the plaintiff
and the defendant, and awarding the custody
of the minor cnild of the parlies herein to
plaintiff; also permitting plaiutiff to assume
her former name of Fanny McJonston, and for
such other and further relief as to too Court
may seen meet, and for costs of suit. Reference
is had to Complaint for particulars.
Aud you are hereby notified that if yon fail
to appear and answer the said Complaint as
above required, the said Plaintiff will cause
your default to be entered, and will apply to
the Court lor the relief demanded in her com
plaint.
■Given under my hand and the seal of tho Su
perior Court of the State of California, in and
for the County of Los Angeles, this 11th day of
August, iv the year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and eighty-eight.
(SEAL) C. H. BUNBMOOR. Clerk.
By F. B. Fanning, Deputy.
Clara Foltz, Attorney for Plaintiff.
dlltulOt*
SUMMONS"
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE
of California, in and for the County of Los
Augeles.
Dominique Laserre, Plaintiff, vs. Eulalia
Higuerra de Laserre, Defendant. — Action
brought In tho Superior Court of the State of
California, in and for the County of Los An
geles, and the Complaint filed in said County
of Los Augeles, in the office of the Clerk ef said
Superior Court.
The People of the State of California send
greeting to Eulalia Higuerra de Laserre, De
fendant.
You aro hereby required to appear in an ac
tion brought against you by the above named
plaiutiff, In tho Superior Court In the State of
California, In and for the county of Los Ange
les, and to answer the complaint filed therein,
within ten dayß (exclusive of the day of ser
vice), after the service on you of this summons,
If served within this couoty; or, if served else
where, within thirty days, or judgment by de
fault will be taken against you according to the
prayer of said complaint.
The sold notion is brought to obtain a decree
of divorce dissolving tho bonds of matrimony
between the said plaintiff and defendant and
for the disposition and allotment, of the com
munity property of said matrimony described
In the complaint and for the custody of the
children ol said matrimony and for general
relief. Reference is had to complaint for par
ticulars.
Aud you arc hereby notified that if you fail
to appear and answer the comnla'nt us above
required, the said plaintiff will enter your de
fault aod apply to the court for the said relief
Given under my baud and tbe seal of the Su
perior Court of the State of California, In and
tor the county of Los Angeles, this 12th day of
la niinrv, iv the year of our Lord one thousnnd
jight hundred and eighty nine.
(seal ) CHAS. H. DUNSMOOR, Clerk.
By F. B. Fanning, Deputy Clerk.
Smith, Howard & Smith, 117 New High street.
Jl5 OOt
AVXXVJU ur rtjAiirj ur nr..n;
ESTATE.
rN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
L County o! Los Augeles, State ol California.—
•robate.
In tbe matter of the estate of Christian 11.
argstoru", deceased.—Notice of Sale ol Real
Estate.
Notice is hereby given, that in pursuance of
in order of the Superior Court of the said
Jonnty of Los Angeles, State of California,
nude onThe thirty-first day of December, A. D.
1888, in the matter of the estate of Christian H.
largs orfT, deceased, the undersigned, the Ad
ministrator with the will unnexedofthe said
jstata of said deceased, will sell at public auc
tion to the highest bidder, upon the following
terms, to-wlt: One-half cash, tho balance in
three aud six months in equal payments; de
ferred payments to be secured by notes of the
p'ireha-oV and mortgage on tbe property, and
subject to confirmation by said Superior Court,
said CA6h to be in lawtul money of t' c United
States, on the sixteenth (ltith)day of February,
1889, at twelve o'clock meridian, at the late
residence of said deceased, iv the town of Wil
mington, County of los Angeles, State of Cali
fornia, all the right, title, Interest and estate of
tho Baid Christian H. Jargstorfl' at the time of
his death, and all the right, title and interest
that the said estate has, by operation of law or
otherwise, acquiied since his death, In and to
all that certain lot, piece or parcel of land, sit
uate aud being iv Ihe County of Los Angeles,
State of California, bounded and described us
follows:
Lotaone (1), three (3), five (8), seven (7), nine
(9; and eleven (11) in Block number seven (7)
in Range number six (0) of the town of Wll
raingtou. in said County of Lo= Angeles aud
State of California, according to the officialmsp
of said town of Wilmington, a copy of which is
of record iv the office of the Couuty Recorder
of said County of Los Angeles, State of Califor
nia, reference to which said map and the record
thereof is hereby made for a further description
of said lots:
Also, Lota two (2) and six (0) in Block ten
(10) in Range seven (7) in said town of Wil
mington, in said County and Slate, according
to Baid map, to which said map and tho record
thereof reference is hereby made for further
description of said lots:
Also, that certain lot, piece or parcel of land
situate, lying and being iv the City of Los An
geles, County of Los Angeles and State of Cali
fornia, and bounded and described as follows,
to-wit Commencing on tho northwesterly line
of Hill street at a point distant one hundred
aud twenty (120) feet southwesterly from tho
southwesterly corner of Hill and Eleventh
streets, tneuee southwesteily along said lino of
Hill street Blxty (GO) feet: thence at right
angles northwesterly on a lino parallel with
-leventh street one hundred and sixty-live
(165) feet: thence at right angles north
easterly on a line parallel with Hill
street sixty (60) feet; thence at right
angles southeasterly on a line parallel wiili
Eleventh street one bundled aud sixty-live
(165) feet to the northwesterly Une of Hill
street at the point of commencing, being a part
of Lot four (4) of Block soventy-seven (77) of
Ord's survey ot the City of Los Angeles.
Deed at the expense of purchaser.
A. W. POTTS,
Administrator with the will annexed of the
estate of Christian H Jargstorff, deceased.
Dated January 25,1889. ja26 116
OFFICIAL.
HOTICJfi OF IHTBSTIUS.
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT IT IS
the intention of the Council of the City of
lob Angeles to change and eßtablUh the grade
of Maple avenue from the sou'h line
nftheO W. ChllJß tract to Tenth ttreet as
follows:
At the south line of the O. W. Childs tract the
grade shall be 227.20 on both sides of Maple
avenue.
At the Bouthwest and southeast corners of
Twelfth street, tbe grade shall be 228.40, and
at the northeast aud northwest corners, the
grade shall be 229 40.
At the southwest aud southeast corners of
Eleventh street the grade shall be 232 60, and
at the northwest corner the grade Bhall be
232.70, and at Ihe northeast corner the grade
shull be 232.40.
At the north line nf the O. W. Childs tract
the grade shall be 232.90 on ihe west side and
232.95 on the east side of Maple avenue.
At the Bouthwest and southeast corners of
Tenth street the grade shall be 234.00.
All the above elevations areiu feet and above
sea-level datum.
All persons interested are hereby notified to
file any objections which they may have, with
the Clerk of the Council wilhiu ten days of the
date of the first publication of this notice.
By order of the Council of the city of Los
Ansreles at its meeting of January 28, A, D.
1889.
M. F. STILES,
Clerk of the Council o' the City of Los Angeles.
Los Angeles, Febrnary 1, 1889.
fl-lOt
NOTICE OF AWARD OF CONTRACT.
PURSUANT TO BTATUTEB AND TO RESO
lutlou No. 1,299 of the Council of the City
of Los Angeles, adopted January 28,1889, di
recting this notioe, notice is hereby given that
the said Council, In open session, on the 21tt
day of January, 1889, opened, examined and
publ'clv dsclared all sealed proposals offered
,ut the "folio wing work, to-wit:
Ist. Howard street, in the city of Los Angeles,
from the north line of Aliso street to the south
line of Macy street, to be graded, graveled and
curbed in accordance with plans and specifica
tions O'i file In the office of the Clerk of the
Council of the City sf Los Angeles, for making
gravel streets tn th« said city.
2d. A redwood curb to be constructed along
the line of roadway r.f said Howard street from
the uorth Hue of Aliso street to the south line
of Macy street, in accordance with plans and
specifications on file In tho oflice of the Clerk of
the Council of said City for constructing red
wood curbs: and thereafter awarded the con
tract for said work to Chase and French the
lowest responsible bidders, st $1 58 p»r lineal
foot, at specified In proposal ou file In the office
of the Clerk of tbe Couucil.
Los Angeles, Cal., February 4,1889.
M. F. STILES,
Clerk of the Council of the City of Los Augeles.
fe4 Bt
NOTICE OF AWARD OF CONTRACT.
PURSUANT TO STATUTES AND TO RF.SO
lutiou No. 1,301 of the Council »t the city
of Los Augjies, adopted Januar, 23. 1809.
directing tnls notice, notice* is hereby given
that the said Council, In open se-slon, on the
21st day of January, 1889, opened, examined
and publicly dtclared all sealed proposals of
fered for tho following work, to wit:
Ist. Ann street, iv tbe city of Los Angeles,
from the easterly lino of Main street
to its easterly terminus, to be graded,
graveled and curbed in accordance with plans
and specifications on file In the office of tho
Clerk of the Council of the cit7 of Lo* Angeleß,
for making gravel streets in tha said ci-.y.
2d. A redwood curb to bo constructed
along the line of roadway of said Ann
street from the easterly Hue of Main
street to its eastern terminus, iv accordance
with plans aud specifications on file in the
oflice of the Clerk of the Council of said city,
for constructing redwood curbs; and thereafter
awarded the eoutract.for said work to Chase &
French, the lowest responsible bidders at $1 »>6
per lineal foot, as specified in proposal on tile
in the oflice of the Clerk of the Council.
Los Angeles, Cal., February 4,18*0.
M. F. STILES,
Clerk of the Council of the City of Loa Angeles.
f4-5t
NOTICE OF AWARD OF CONTRACT.
PURSUANT TO STATUTES AND TO RFSO
lotion No. 1,808 of the Couucil of the City
of Los Angeles, adopted February 4,1889. di
recting this notice, notice is hereby given that
the said Council, in open session, on the 21st
day of January, 1889, opened, examined and
publicly dccl ' red all sealed proposals ollertd
for the following work, to-Hit:
Ist. Patton street, iv the city of Los Angeles,
from the south line of Temple street to the
north line of Court street, to be graded, grav
eled and curbed iv aoc trdnnce with plans aud
specifications on file in the office of the Clerk
of the Council of the city of Los Angeles for
making gravel streets in the said city.
2d. A redwood curb is to be constructed
along the line of roadway of said Patton
street, from the south line of Tempi? street to
the north line of Court street, In accordance
wiih plaus and specifications on file In the
office of Ihe Clerk of the Council of said city
for constructing redwood curbs, and thereafter
awarded the contract for said work to F. \Y.
Barm, the lowest responsible bidder, at >/-..'(>
per lineal loot, as.specilieiilin proposals for smn
wok on fllo In tne office of the Clerk of the
Council.
Los Angiles, C»L, February 6th,1889.
M. tf • &1 [LEb,
Clerk of the Council of the City ot Ixis Augeles.
fell 6»
NOTICE OF AWARD OF CONTRACT.
PURSUANT TO STATUTES AND TO BEvo
lution No. 1,302 of tho Council of the City
of Los Angeles, adopted February 4, 1889,
directing this notice, notice is hereby glvou
that the said Couucil. in open session, on tho
21st day of January, 1889, opened, examined
end publicly declared all sealed proposals of
fered for the following work, to wit:
Ist. First street, in the city of Los Angeles,
from the west line of Furt street to tin
east line of Grand avenue, to He
giaded, graveled and curbed in accordance
with plans and specifications on file tn tne
office of Ihw Clerk of tho Council of the Oltjr
of Los Augeles, for making gravel streets in the
U nsT%' redwood curb to be constructed
along the Hue of roadway of said Fust st cc' ,
from the west line of Fort Btreet to lite
cast line of Grand avenue, m accordant la
with plans and specifications on file In to
office of the Clerk of the Council of said < t
for constructing redwood curbs; and thereait.
awaidcd tbe contract for said work to 1). 1.
Donegan, the lowest responsible bidder, «t
$10 95 per lineal foot, as specified In propoe .
on file in the oflice of the Clerk of the Counci.
Los Angeles, CaL, y*"-^^^
Cleik of th* Council of the City of Los Augeles
f5-5t &7JS
U* * lUI A.Li.
NOTICE OF INTENTION.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT IT* IS
the intention of the Council of the city of
Lob Angeles to change and establish the grade
of Eleventh street from Main street to San
Pedro street, as follows:
At the northeast corner of Mcm street the
grade Bhall be 2.33, as now established, aud at
the southeast corner the grad» shall be 232.90.
At the northwest and southwest aud south
east corners of Los Angeles street the grade
shall be 231 00. aud at the northeast corner the
grade shall be 231.20.
At tbe northwest and southwest corners of
Santee street the grade shall be 232.00, and at
the northeast and southeast corners the grade
thill be 232 50.
At the southwest and southeast corners of
Maple avenue the trade sbull be 232 GO. and
at the northwest corner 232.70, and at the
northeast corner 232.40.
At the northwest corner of Maple avenue the
tf»de shall be 231.80; ft the Bouthwest corner.
231.60; at the northeast corner, 231.90, and at
the southeast corner, 231 70.
At the northwest and northeast corners of
San Juliau avenue tho grade shall be 232.20,
and at the southwest and southeast corners
232.60.
At the northwest and sonthwest corners of
Sau Pedro street the grade shall be 232 00.
All the above elevations a>e in feet and above
the sea-level datum.
All persons Interested are hereby notified to
file any objections which they may have with
the Clerk of the Council within ten days of the
dale of the first publication of this notice.
By order of the Council of the City of Los
Angeles at its meeting of January 88, /V. D.
1889. M. F. TILES,
Clerk of the Conncil of the City of Los Angeles.
Los Augeles, February 1,1889. fl-lOt
NOTICE OF INTEN (lON.
VTOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT IT 18
i\ the intention of the Council of the City of
l.os Angeles to chauge and establish the grade
of Mvrt.e avenue from the south Hue of the O.
W. chilrt'B tract to leniu sUet, as follows:
At the B-iUth 'me of the O. W. Child's tract
the grade shall be 227.80 on both sides of
Myrtlo avenue At Ihe southwest and north
west corners of Twelfth street, the grade shall
be 228.80. and at the southeast and northeast
corners 228 90. At the southwe>t corner of
Heveuth street the grade shall be 231 GO, at
the southeast rorner the grade shall b) 231 70,
and at the northwest corntr the (trade shall be
231.80, and at the northeast corner 231.90
At the southwest corner of Tenth street, the
grade shall be 233.00, snd at the southeast
corner the grade shall be 233.70.
All the above elevationß are is feet and
above the sea-level datum.
All persons Interested are bereby notified to
file any objections which tbey may have with
the Clerk of the Couucil within ten dsys of the
oate of the Bnt publication of Hits notice.
By order of the Council of the City of Los
Anveles, at its meeting of January 28, A. D.
1889. M. F BTILSB,
Clerk of the Council of the City of Los Angeles.
Los Angeles, February 1,1889. t 1-lOt
NOTICE OF INTENTION.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT IT IS
the intention of the Council of the city of
Los Angeles to establish the grade of Union
avenue from Seventh street toOrauge street, as
follows;
At the northeast and northwest corners of
Seventh street the grade shall be as now estab
lished. 304.00.
At the intersection with Ventura street the
grade shall be as now established, 302.00 ou
the west side, aud 302 80 on the east side.
At the uorth lino of the alley between Ven
tura and Oraugo streets the grade shall be
304.00 on both sides of Union avenue.
At the southwest corner of Orau«c street the
grade shall bess now established, 309 00, and
the. same elevation shall be the established
grsde for the southeast corner.
All the above elevations are in feet above the
sea-level datum.
All persons interested are hereby notified to
file any objections which they mt>y have, with
the Clerk of tbe Council, within ten days of the
date of the first publication of this notice.
By order of the Council of the city of Los An
geles, at its meeting of January 28, A. D. 1889.
M. F. STILE-,
Clerk of the Council of the City nf Los Angeles.
Los Angeles, February 1, 1889. fl-lOt
NOTICE OP INTENTION.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT IT IS
the intention of fan Council o( the City of
I,us Augeles to change and establish the grade
ol Santee street from Pico street to the north
line of the O. W Chilis tract, as follows:
At tho northwest and northeast enters of
Pico street the grade shall be 227.00, as now es
tablished.
At the southwest and northwes 1 corners of
Twelfth streot the grade shall be 220.60, «t ihe
southeast corner 230.00, and at the northeast
corner 230.10.
At the southwest and northwest corners of
Eleventh street tho grade shall bo 23 i. 00. and
at Ih - southeast and northeast corners 232 50.
At the north line of the O W. Chilus tract the
grade sh;iil be, 232.20 ou both sides.
All the nbove elevations are iv feet and above
sea-level datum.
All persons iuterestid are hereby notified to
file any objections wnloh tbey may have with
the Clerk ol tho Council within ten days of the
dare of the firs', put lie uiou of this notieo.
By order of the Council i f the City of An
geles at its meeting of January 2.8, A. O. 1839.
Hi, F. SIILEB,
Clerk of the Couucil of the Cite of Los Angeles.
Los Angeles, Cal., February 1. 1889.
fl lOt
NOTICE OF INTENTION.
NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN THAT FT Is
the intention of tho Council ■)'the C w of
Los Angeles to change and establish the Brad.)
of San Juliau avenue, from Pico strectto Tenth
street, as follows:
At the northwest, and northeast corners of
Pico street the grade shall ne 228.50.
At the soiittiessMiortt'.O'tst and northwest, cor
ners of Twelfth street the grade ahull bo 230 00,
and st the southwest corner tho grade shall be
229.60.
At the southwest aud southeast corners of
Eleventh street tho grade shad be 232 60, a- d
at the northwest and northeast corners Ihe
grade.hall be 232.20
At the north line of the O. W. Childs tract tho
grade shsll be 232.95 ou the west side of Sen
Julian avenue, and 232.02 ou tha east side of
San Julian avonno.
At the southwest and southeast corners of
Tenth street the grade shall bo 234 00.
All the above elevations are in feet and above
tbe sen 1 vol datum.
All persons, interested are hereby notified to
file any objections, which they may have, wi>h
the Clerk of the Council within tia days of the
date of the first publication of this notice.
By order of the Council of the City of Los
Angeles, st its meeting of January 28, A. 1).
1889. M. F. STILEB,
Cierk of the Council of the City of Los A' gelen.
Los Angeles, February 1, 1889. il-10.
7
OFFICIAL..
NOTICE OF INTENTION.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT IT 19
the intention of the Counci' of the city of
Los Angeles to change and establish the grade
01 Twelfth street, from Main street to San Pedro
street, as follows:
At the northeast and southeast corners of
Main street the grsde shall be 231.00, as now
established.
At the intersection with Los Angeles street
the grade shall be 228.00.
At the northwest and southwest corners of
Bantee street the grade shull be 220.60, at the
northeast corner 230.10 and at the southeast
corner 230.00.
At the northwest and northeast corners of
Maple avenue the grade shall be 220.40, and
at the southwest and southeast corners the grade
sball be 228.40.
At the northwest and southwest corners of
Myrtle avenue the grade shall be 228 80, and
an! at tho northeast aud southeast corners the
grade shall be 228.00.
At the northwest, northesst and southeast
corners of San Julian avenue the grade shall be
230.00, and at the southwest corner the grade
shall be 220.00.
At tbe northwest and southwest, corners of
Ban Pedro street the grade shall be 229 00.
All the above elevations are in feet and above
the sea-level datum.
All persons interested are hereby notified to
file any objections which they may have, with
the Clerk of the Council within ten days of the
date of the first publication of this notice.
By order of the Council of the City of Los An
geles at its meeting of January 28, A. D. 1889.
M. F. STILES,
Clerk of the Council of the City of Los
Angeles,
Los Angeles, February 1,1889. fel lOt
NOTICE OF INTENTION.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT IT IB
tbe Intention of the Council of the City of
Los Augeles to establish the grsde of Los
Angeleß street, from Pico street to the north
line of th.- O. W. Childs tract, as follows:
At the northwest corner of Pico street the
grade shall be 228.34, as now established, and
st the northeast corner 228.14, as now estab
lished.
At the Intersection with Twelfth street the
grade sh ill b : 228.00.
At the southwest, southeast snd northwest
comers of Eleventh stre-t the grade shall be
231.00. and at the northeast corner of Eleventh
street 231.20
At the uorth line of tho O W. Child < tract
the grade shall be 232 50 ou tbe west side, and
232 35 on the east side of Los Angeles st eet.
All the above elevations are in feet above sea
level datum.
All persons interested are hereby notified to
fie any objections which they may have, with
the Cleric of the Conncil within ten days of the
date of the first publication of this notice.
By order of the Council of the city of Los An
geles at its meeting of January 28, A D. 1889.
M. F. STILES,
Clerk of the Council of the City of l.os An
geles.
Los Angeles, Februaay 1, 1889. fl-lOt
NOTICE OF INTENTION.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT IT IB
the intention of the Council of the
city of Los Angeles to establish the grade of
Walnut avenue, from Main street to Ban Pedro
streets, as follows:
At the intersection with Main street the grade
shall be as now established, 208.75 on the
non beast corner and 208.47 on the southeast
corner.
At the intersection with Los Angeles street
the grade shall be sb now established, 210.50 on
the north side and 210,00 on the south side.
At the intersection with Olowner street the
grade sball be 209.00 on the southwest and
southeast corners.
At the intersection with Fuller street the
grade shall be 200.25 on the northwest corner.
At the intersection with Sau Pedro street the •
grade shall be as now established 211.70 on
the northwest corner and 211.50 on the sonth
west corner.
All the above elevations ore In feet and above
sea level datum.
All persons Interested arc bereby notified to
fllennf objections which they may have with
the Clerk of the Council within teu days of the
date of tho first publication of this notice
By order of the Council of the City of Los
A tigeles. at its meeting of January 21, A. 1).
1880 M. F. BTILE3,
Clerk of the Council of the City of Los Angoles.
fl-lOt
NOTICE OF AWARD OF CONTRACT.
PURSUANT TO STATUTES AND TO RKSO
lution No. 1,300, of tbe Council of the city
of Los Augeles, adopted January 28, 1889,
directing this notice, notice is hereby given
that the said Council, in open session, on the
21st day of January, 1889, opened, examined,
aud publicly declared all sealed proposals of
fered for the following work, to wit:
(Ist) Victor avenue. In the cityof Los A
ngeles, to be graded, graveled and curbed iv
accordance with plans and specificatti-ns on
file in the office of the Clerk of the Council of
the city of Los Angeles, for making gravel
streets in the said ci-y.
(2d.) A redwood curb to bo constructed
Bl'-ng the lino of roaiway of said Victor ave
nue, in eccordanco with plans and specifica
tions on tile i-i the office of the Clerk of tbe
Council of said city fo-constrnetiug redwood
curbs; and ther.iaf-.er awardjd the contract for
-a d work to D. if. Donegan. the lowest respon
sible bidder, at SJ2 00 per liucal foot, as speci
fied iv proposal on file in ihe office of the Clerk
uf the Couucil
Los Augeles Cal., February 4, 1889
M. F. STILES,
clerk of the Conner of the city of Lo s Angeles.
f4-5t
PROPOSALS FOR ZaN.JA PIPE.
PROPOSALS WILL BK RECEIVED BY THK
undersigned up to 10 o'clo k a. si., Febru
ary 11, 1389, for the laying und fining of 500
leet of new 22-inch cement pipe and 300 feet
of old ripe, more or less, lo connect ZaujA No.
1 with Z-injn No 2, ou Third stre-1, froul a
point near Huber Btreet, to open dite'.i cast of
Mateo street, in the city of Los Angelas; work
to bo done uuder the direction of the City
s -rveyor and according to plans required for
s-ime; new pitio to be furnished by contractor.
Also for furnishing laying and filling stout
1,900 fcett f 30-inch;cemeut pipe to carry zanja
0 1 from Aliso street to Kirs' street, according
Id plans to bo furnished by City Surveyor, work
looedorie uuder supervision of said city Sur
veyor A certified check for $20;< must ac
-0 nnpany all bids as a surety that the bidder
will enter Into the contract in conformity
To his bid, if awarded Tohlm.
The Couucil reserves the right torejjetany
aud all bids.
By order of the Counotl of the olty of Los An
gles at its mcetiugof February 4,1889.
M i-'. BTTLEB,
01 jrk of the Council o the City of Los Angeles.
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