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THE COURTS.
Fbidav, February 15, 1889.
Department 1 -I'henry. J.
People vs. Frank Cochran—Plea of not
guilty withdrawn and plea of guilty en
tered", and time for sentence waived.
February 16th fixed for sentence.
People vs. George Kirby—Defendant
withdraws his plea of not guilty and
pleads guilty. February 16th set for
People vs. Smith—Murder; on trial.
Department B—Clark, J.
Estate of Joseph Leighton, deceased-
Petition for letters of administration
granted; bond, $35,000.
Estate and guardianship of Louis
Schlessinger, a minor—Submitted for
decision with the other branch of the
estate, now under consideration.
Estate of John Jacoby, deceased —Sale
of personal property confirmed.
Estate of Charlotte A. Thurber, de
ceased —Settlement of accounts approved
and distribution ordered.
Estate of \V. H. Nordholdt, deceased-
Petition far settlement of accounts and
distribution continued until March 1,
1889, at 10 a. m.
Estate of John R. Ophiz—Probate of
wiil continued until February 21st, at
10 a. 11.
Estate of Weibecke —Continued until
to-morrow at 10 a. m.
Estate and guardianship of Francis
Harper, an incompetent—Petition for let
ters "of guardianship granted; bond,ifoOO.
Department 4—Van Dyke, J.
Johnston vs. Johnston —Order denying
divorce vacated and set aside, and the
case ordered placed on the default calen
dar for further evidence.
Chicago Brewing Company vs. Gie-ner
—Submitted on briefs after evidence.
DAILY KfiAL ESTATE RECORD.
Published !>r tne Abstract and Title
Insurance Company of I.os An.
sreles.
Fkiday, February 15, 1889.
F B Alkerson to Erabelle A Kogan—S!* lot 2
block 14 Woolen Mills tract; $1,500.
Herman Ruthsrd to H H Kistine—l'art of lot
5 Martin & Carnabans subd mis rec book 10
pageO; $1,000.
Kasrer Cohn and G W Tnbbs to Frank L Cain
—Lot 5 block F Walnut Grove tract; $1,050.
Pasadena Improvement Co to Cutler Arnold
—5 acres in Ro San Pasqual; $0,500.
Martba F Morgan and James T Morgan to I.ou
Neisweder—Lot 14 Hunters subdn of part of Ho
Ran Pasqnal misc reo boo 5 page 359; $10,000.
Mjs Lou Neiswendcr and W H Neisweude/ to
James T Morgan—Lot 1 md 2 block 20 X L A
$10,000.
Sophia X Durant to Mirla Buck—3 acres,
commencing 7.(12 chains from Intersection of
Alosta st and llill avenue, Pasadena; $3,000,
Same to Emily L Billings—Lot 5, T F Flynn's
subd lot 5, block O, Sau Pasqual tract; $1,500.
Samuel H Dilleuer to J C Wtllmon— \S% of
SE!* of SE!* Sec BTIBK 10 W: $4,800.
Mrs Lou Nelswender and W H Neistvender to
Alired T Corbin—Lot 15, Hunter's sub part of
Ro Ban Rafael, also lot 3. Marks & Felt's subd
block 44, E L A; $11,000.
F C Howes, trustee, to E Brain—Lot 17 block
20, lot 10 block 32, lot 22 block 33, lot 21 block
41, lot 22 block 47, lot 21 block 49, Electric Ry
Homestead Ass'u tract; $1,700
Lucy Sklnuer, Lizzie D Hollenbeck and J G
Hollenbeck to Jobu E Murray—laOt 8 block F,
Bcunie Brae tract; $2,800.
John E Murray to Jobu M Leitcr—Agreement
to convey lot 8 blk F.Bounie Brae tract; $1 000.
W G Krutz Jr to W A Clinton—N % lot 14,
Meadow Park tract, Bub lot C, Palos Verdes Ho;
$3,000.
Emily B Sayre to Mary C Price—Lots 11 and
12 blk 18, E 8 Field's Occidental Heights tract;
also lots 425 427 and 429 in Ford's Temple St
add; also lot 8 blk T, Monrovia, misc records
bk 9 pp 09 aud 70; $1,900.
Warren W Fisher to Alice M McComas—Lot
1 blk I of lot 2 oik 00, Monre & Kelleher's sub,
H S. Boyle Heights; $1,500.
R P Finch to Mrs Annie E Luther—Lot 27 blk
D, Shafer A Lanterman's sub Montague tract;
$1,690.
J C Joachim and Carrie D Joachim to W G
Bsylie—Lots 1 and 2 blk 1. Urmston tract; $3,
--900.
Azusa Land and Water Co to Mrs Jane A
Minor—Los 6,10 aud 11 block 60, lota 17 and
18 blk 44 and lot 12 block 28, Azusa; $1,350.
Anson H Wood and Henry H Metcalf to
William LCunningham—Lot 19 block 5, Green
well tract; $1,200.
Freegrace L Sexton and Fred L Sexton to
John X Garnsey—Lots 2 aud 4, Baker & Lover
ing's subd part of Sec 5. T4 8, RlO W; $4,000.
H H Heath to Emma H Fellows—Lot 1 block
B, Colina Park; $2,000.
Pickering Land and Wafer Co to J X Yoakum
—Lots 11 and 12 block 4. Whlitier; $1,500.
William B Stewart to Henricus W Westlake—
Lot 15 blgck F, Bonnie Brae tract; $2,500.
Jscob C Maguire te David Rankin—Agree
ment to convey lot 16 block E, New Fair Oaks
aye tract, Pasadena: $3 375.
David Rankin to C N Btsnley and F R Drake
—Agreement to convey lot 16 block E, New
Fair Oaks aye traot, Pasadena; $4,875.
atudebaker Land A Water Co to C W Harvey
—Part of SE' 4 of NE!* and NE!* of St!* of Sec
11, T 3, R 12 \V;sl2 000.
C W Harvey to Hervey Lindley, Moses Ricker,
Geo Mason. Wm D Smith. W1 Carskaddou,
Minerva J Good and J B Gwynne—Part of SEW
of NE I -, and NE!* of SE!* of Sec 11, T 3, R 13
W; $12,000.
Pickering Land & Water Co to Mrs Ella A
Tylel wife of W W Tyler—Lot 1 block C, Picker
ing Land & Water Cos sub of John M Thoinaß
Ranch; $4,000.
Alamitos Land Co to C 8 Hussey—Lots 12 3
and 4 block 16, Alamitos Beach Townsite;
$3,000.
SUMMARY.
Number of transfers above $1,000 each. 31.
Total amount of consideration, $173,290.
Number of transfers under $1,000, 30.
Total amount of consideration, $12,080.
Trsnsfers for a nominal consideration. 21.
Aggregate of day's transfers, $185,370.
Note —Transfers of which the consideration
is less than $1,000 are not published in the
above list.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
San QabbiklHotel—J Yon Schmidt, Austria;
Mrs Henry McMoran, Miss McMornu,Michigan;
O J Muchmors and wife, Lebanon, N H; Mrs
Jones. Miss Thompson, M F ODea, James Tay
lor. W B chamberlain, J M Houser and wife.
Hiss Llllie Houser, Geo Hoiser, Jno X Duncan.
C E Day, X J Vorsythe, Mrs C Prager, Mrs W 8
Maxwell, Miss Lita Maxweli, Los Angeles; Mrs
Colburn, Boston: Mrs Bichowsky and two chil
dren, Ban Gabriel; Louis Wormser and wife,
New York; WJ Atkinson, Philadelphia; Miss
Atkinson, L M Simpson and wif =; William Gib
son, Cincinnati; M Finnerty, C Anderson and
wife, Denver; D T Davenport and lady, E B
Pretcott and lady, Mi's Laura West, C M Rank
mer, Pasadena v M Houser and wife Bt Louis;
Miss Jusia Gross, Bowman ville, Canada; 8 Hau
ton, Bloomingtou. Ill; J S Phillips. Covins, R
J Andrews, Santa Ana; Presly Cf Baker, Pasa
dena; J 8 Harris, Wisconsin: C Evarts and
daughter, St Louis
Answer This Question.
Why do so many people we see around
us seem to prefer to suffer and be made miser
able by Indigestion, Constipation, Dizziness,
Loss of Appetite, Coming Up of tbe Food, Yel
low Skin, when for 75 cents we will sell them
Shiloh's System Vitallzer, guaranteed to cure
them. Sold by C, F. Heluzeman.
Shiloh's Consumption Cute.
No 1. This is beyond question the mos»
successful Cougn Mediolne we have ever sold.
A few doses invariably cure the worst cases of
Cough, Crouo and Bronchlts, while its wonder
ful success in the oure of Consumption is with
out a parallel In the history of medicine. Since
Its first discovery it has been sold ou a guar
antee, a tebt whioh no other medicine can ttnnd.
If you have a cough we earnestly ask you to
trylt. Price 10 cents, 50 cents and $1 00. If
Sour Lungs are sore. Chest or Back lame, use
hiloh's Porous Plaster. Sold by C. F. nelnze
man.
Wanted.
The proprietors of Home & Abel's White
Pine Balsam, would like to hear from any pur
chaser of their mediolne who has not found
It to be the most efficient remedy for coughs,
colds, whooping cough, croup or any lung
difficulty that has ever been devised. Remem
ber the name, Home & Abel's White Pine Bal
sam. For sale by all druggists. Price, 25 cents
and 81.
California Cat-R-Cure.
The only guaranteed cure for catarrh, oold in
the head, hay fever, rose cold, catarrhal deaf
ness and sore eyes. Restore tne sense of taste
and unpleasant breath, resulting from ca
tarrh. Easy and pleasant to use. Follow direc
tions and a cure is warranted, by all druggists.
Send for circular to ABIETINE MEDICAL
COMPANY, Oroville. Cal. Six months treat
ment 81; by mall, 81.10. For sale by C. H.
Hance.
A square meal and a Grand Repub'.'c Cigarto
is hard to beat, but a poor meal and a bad cigar
will run a man crazy.
Children Cry for.Pitcher^sJCastoria.
THE LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD SATURDAY MORNING. FEILntTTAIIY 16, 1889
FINANCE AND TRADE.
Financial.
FXCHANOK REVIEW.
. New York. February 15 —Tbe stock market
was more active and stronger to-day, and tht
result of the day's trading is to leave almost
• everything fractionally higher than last even
ing, though, outside of the grangers, there was
t little or no feature in tbe list. A sudden change
I came over the temper of the speculation toward
r noon, however, when it was announced that
the Burlington had signed the agreement, and
there was a rush to buy for both sides of the
account, which soon recovered all the losses of
tbe forenoon and brought the prices up to
- higher figures. The improved feeling ex-
I tended to all portions of the list, although the
ngers angrad Atchison, which was bought
freely by Boston, monopolized the greater por
l tion of the business done. The first prices were
- generally firm at slight advances. The close
was active and strong at the best prices of the
1 day.
Government bonds were dull but firm.
, Petroleum opened firm at 91% c. and the mar
ket closed steady at :U ',c.
HONEY QUOTATIONS.
New York, February 15.—Money on call easy
i at I!*@2 per cent.
Prime mercantile paper,
Sterling exchange dull but firm; 84.86 1 * for
sixty-da; bills: 84.88J* for demand.
Bar silver, 93c. per ounce.
San Francisco, February 15.—Silver bars,
92%'g)93e. per ounce.
STOCKS AND BONDS.
New York February 15.—Closing quotations:
a. 8.45, reg 12- : !*' Northern Pac 27%
CJ.B.4s,coup 12«> 4 ' N.P.Preferred. ... 62}„
U. 8. 4Kb, reg . . . 107% Northwestern 107%
0. 8. 4%5, coup... 109 I N. Y. Central 109%
Pacific «8 120 |Oregon linp't . ... 65!;,
American Ex. ...112 ;Navigation 90%
Oanado Pacific... s:i Transcontinental. 3.)%
Canada Sou 55% Paclflo Mail 38k
Central Pacific... 304 Reading 48%
Surlington 103 Rock Island. 97%
D.L4W 142% 18t. Paul 64}*
DonverAßioGr..llO!* -it. Paul & Omaha 32
Brie 29! /, st Louis* S. F... 26}*
Kans & Texas.. .112% Texas Pacific 21%
Lake Bhore 104% Orion Pacific 66
L. AN (»o'4 a. S. Express 79
Mich Central 91!., Fargo 141
Missouri Pacific. 73% Western Union... 85%
Boston, February 14.—Closing prices:
A4Tflrst7s. . ,118%IMex Cent c0m.... 13V*
AAT Land Gr 7s. 112 Mcx Cent Ist mbs 70}*
A & T X X 53%,5 an Diego L'd Co. 22
Burl A Quincy,.. .100' 4 .
MINING stocks.
San Francisco, February 15.—Tbe following
are the closing prices;
Best A Belcher.s4.6o Peerless 65
Ohollar 255 Potosl 2.00
Con.Virginia... 7.62!;; Ophir 5.12%
Confidence 13.00 Savage 2.90
Gould A Curry.. 270 Onion Con 2.85
Hale A Norcross 3.85 Yellow Jacket.. 2.85
New York, February 15. — Mining shares
closed ss follows:
Amador 1.50 Iron Silver 3.40
Caledonia B H.. 2.75 Mexican 2.95
Con. Cal. AVa.. 7.37 Standard 1.45
DeadwoodT. .. 1.50 Silver King 1.05
Eureka 1.50 Silver Cord 1.00
ElCristo 140 Sullivan 1.35
Hale & Norcross 3.70 Onion Con 2.70
Homestake 12.62 Yellow Jacket.. 350
Mraln .unmet*.
domestic. j
San Francisco. February 15. —Wheat—Heavy-
Buyer season, 91.44% per cental; buyer '89,
(1.47 V.
Barley—Weaker. Buyer season, 85c. per cen- '
tal: buyer '89, 93!* c.
Corn—Large yellow, $1.10 per cental; small !
yellow, $110}*; white, 81. 07%.
Chicago, February 15.-1:15 p. M. close — 1
Wheat —A shade eaiier. Cash. $1.04% per
bushel; May, $1 07%; July, !>4%c. 1
Corn—Firmer. Cash, 34%e. per bushel; ;
March, 34% c; May, 36c.
Oats—Firmer. Cash. 25}* c. per bushel;
March, 26c; May, 27 5-16 c. 1
Rye—Easy; 46c. per bushel.
Barley—Nominal.
FOREIGN. ]
Liverpool. February 15. — Wheat — Quiet;
holders offer freely. California No. 1, 75.10 d. !
per cental.
Corn—Firm; demand good. New mixed 1
Western, 45.1% d. per cental. j
Wool -Market. '
New York, February 15.—W00l quiet and ,
weak. Domestic fleeces, 32338 c.
Philadelphia, February 15.—W00l quiet. I
Canada washed combing, [email protected]%c.; tub 1
washed, 35(&42c : medium unwashed combing i
and delaine, [email protected] ; coarse do, [email protected];
Eastern Oregon, [email protected]: Valley Oregon, [email protected] ]
29c; New Mexican and Colorado, 15® 20c- 1
Oeneral markets. •
San Francisco, February 15 —Wheat—Stan
dard quality, $1 42%. ,
Oats—Surprise,sl.l2%@l 17}*; mllllng,sl.lo 1
©1.12 V*; No. 1, [email protected]%.
New York, February 15.—Hops—Firm snd
quiet.
Coflee—Options opened steady and closed .
firm, [email protected] points above yesterday. Sales,
27,250 bags. March, [email protected]: April, -
[email protected]; May, [email protected] Spot Bio .
quiet and firm; fair cargoes, 17% c. .
Sugar—Raw strong; refined steady and quiet.
Copper—Dull. Lake, February, $16 60.
Lead—Steady. Domestic. $3.65.
Tin—Easier and dull. Straits, $21.20. J
Chicaoo, February 15.—Whiskey-$1.03. ,
Shoulders, $s.soCdr> 62!*; short clear, $6.12% ,
(86.25; short ribs, [email protected].95. j
Pork —Steady. Cash, $11.22}*; March, ,
811.22%; May, $11.37%.
Lard-Steady. Cash, $6.02!*'; March, $6.62!*;
May, 86.72mit6.75. ,
J. D. GIL.I-EJL.JEN,
General Commission Merchant
Storage and Forwarding.
GRAIN, HAY, HIDES, WOOL, FRUITS
AND PROVISIONS.
25 San Pedro St., - - - Los Angeles, Cal.
Referencea—L, A. National Bank and First
National Bank.
Liberal Advancements Made on Consignments.
Write for Quotations.
113 ly
PROPOSALS FOB REDEMPTION OF
BOSDS.
City Treasurer's Office,!
City of Los anueles. Cal. )
IN ACCORDANCE WITH RESOLUTION NO.
1,290 of the Mayor and Council of the City
of Los Angeles, approved January 24, 1889,
notice is hereby given that there is now re
maining in thelrrigation Improvement Interest
and Sinking Fund of 1887, of tbe Treasury of
the City of Los Angeles, the sum of ten thousand
dollars in gold coin of the United Slates, avail
able for the redemption of said bonds of the
City of Los Angeles, known as the Irrigation
Improvement Bonds of 1877, issued under
authority of an act of the Legislature of tbe
State of California,entitled "An act to authorize
the corporation, the Mayor and Common Coun
cil of the City of Los Angeles, to issue bonds
and provide means for the improvement of
irrigation in said city," apprrved February 28,
1876, and that sealed proposals indorsed, "Pro
posals for Redemption of Bonds," will be te
ceived by the undersigned, City Treasurer of
tbe City of Los Angeles, California, at his office
in the California bank, corner Fort and Second
streets, in the City of Los Angeles, until noon
of Monday, the 25th day of February, 1889, for
the redemption of bonds of the above mentioned
issue to tne amount of money iv said fund
available for the redemption of said bonds.
The right to rf ject any or all of said proposals
is hereby reserved to the City Council of the
City of Los Angeles.
oiveD under my hand this 26th day of Jan
uary, 1889. M. D. JOHNSON,
City Treasurer of the City of Los Augeles, State
ofCaiiornia. J j26sat4t
NOTICE 10 CREDITORS.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE COUN
ty of Los Angeles, State of California.
Est-te of Maria S. de Flores, doceased.
Notice is hereby given by the undersigned
administrator of the estate of Maria 8. de Flores,
deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons [
having claims against the said deceased, to ex i
hlbit the same, with the necessary vouchers,
within lour months after the first publication
of this notice, to tbe said administrator, at the
office of Wm. D Stephens, attorney for said
estate, in the Lawyer's Building, Temple street,
city aud county of Los Angeles, State of Cali
fornia, tho same being the place of business of
said administrator in the county of Los An
g t'ed S Da this 12th day of February, A D 1889.
J, Li O A MjA HAIN ,
Administrator of the estate of Maria 8. de
Flores, deceased. flJmlo
HIS IS TO~CKKTIF V"THAT THE PARTNEK
ship heretofore existlug between Juan An
tonio Perez and E. Corrieri is this day dis
solved by mutual consent,
i The business of retailing general merchan
■ dlse at San Gabriel will In future be carried op
by B\ Correlri, who will pay all debts and col
lect all bills. Jca" Antonio PEPF.Z.
J E. Corrieri.
I/is Angeles, February 12,1889. fl3-st.
I —11
ESTATE.
1 TN THE BUPEBIOE COURT OF THE
> X County of Los Augeles, State of California.—
t Probate.
In the matter of the estate of Christian H
JargstorfT, deceased.—Notice of Sale of Real
s Estate.
; Notice is hereby given, that in pursuance ol
I an order of the Superior Court of the said
, County of Los Angeles, State of Ca:llornia.
made on the thirty-first day of December, A. D.
1 1888, in the matter of theestateof Christian H.
I Jargstorff, dccc arcd, the undersigned, tho Ad
f ministrator with the will annexed of the said
, estate of said deceased, will sell at public auc
tion to the bighest bidder, upon tbe following
' terms, to-wit: One-hall caßh, the balance in
I three and six months in equal payments; de
t ferred payments to be secured by notes of the
- pnrcha-er and mortgage on the property, and
■ subject to confirmation t>y said Superior Court.
1 said cash to be in lawful money of t'-e United
1 States, on the sixteenth (16th) day of February,
18S9, at twelve o'clock meridian, at the late
residence of said deceased, in the town of Wil
mington, County of I.os Angeles, State of Cali
fornia, all the right, title, interest and estate of
the said Christian H. JargstorfT at the time of
his death, and all tbe right, title and interest
that Ihe said estate has, by operation of law or
otherwise, acquired since his death, in and to
all that certain lot, piece or parcel of laud, sit
uate and being in the County of Los Angeles,
State of California, bounded and described as
follows:
Lotßone (1), three (3), five (5), seven (7), nine
(9; and eleven (11) in Block number seven (7)
in Range number six (6) of the town of Wil
mington, in said County of Los Angeles and
State of California, according to the official map
of said town of Wilmington, a copy of which Is
of record in the office of the County Recorder
of said County of Lob Angeles, State of Califor
nia, reference to which said map and the record
thereof is hereby made for a further description
of Baidlots;
Also, Lots two (2) and six (6) in Block ten
(10) in Range seven (7) in said town of Wil
mington, in said County and State, according
to said map, to which said map and the record
thereof reference fs hereby made for further
description of said lots;
Also, that certain lot, piece or parcel of land
situate, lying and being in the City of Los An
geles, Couuty of Los Angeles and State of Cali
fornia, and bounded and described ss follows,
to-wit: Commencing on the northwesterly line 1
of Hill street at a point distant oue hundred
aud twenty (120) feet southwesterly from the
southwesterly corner of Hill and Eleventh
streets, tnence southwesteily along said line 0/
Hill street sixty (60) feet; thence at right
angles northwesterly on a line parallel with
fleventb street one hundred and sixty-five
(165) feet: thence at right angles north- ,
easterly on a line parallel with Hill
street sixty (60) feet; thence at right J
angles southeasterly on a line parallel with 1
Eleventh street one hundied and sixty-five
(165) feet to the northwesterly line of Hill
street at tho point of commencing, being a pari
of Lot four (4) of Block seventy-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 oi the
estate of Christian H. Jargstorff, deceased.
Dated Jannary 25,1889. ja26 116
SUMMONS.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE !
of California, in and for the County of Los ,
Angeles.
Dominique Laserre, Plaintiff, vs. Eulalia
Higuerra de Laserre, Defendant. — Actfon 1
brought in the 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 Angeles, iv the office of the Clerk ef satd
Superior court.
The People of the Btate of California send .
greeting to Eulalia Higuerra de Laserre, De
fendant.
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 Los Ange- '
les, and to answer tho complaint filed therein, ,
within ten days (exclusive of fie day of ser
vtce), after the Bervice on you of this summons, ,
if served within this couuty; or, if served else- J
where, within thirty days, or judgment by de- !
fault will be taken against you according to the
prayer of said complaint.
The said action is brought to obtain a decree
of divorce dissolving the bonds of matrimony ,
between the said plaintiff aud defendant and
for the disposition and allotment ef the com
munity property of said matrimony described .
In the complaint aud for the custody of the
children of said matrimony nnd for general
relief. Reference ts had to complaint for par
ticulars.
And you are hereby notified that if you fail
to appear and answer the complaint as above 1
required, the said plaintiff will enter your de- >
fault, aud apply «»the coait for the said relief,
Given under my hand and the seal of the Su
perior Court of the State of California, in and <
for the county of Los Angeles, this 12th day of '
January, in the year of our Lord one thousand '
eight hundred and eighty nine.
(seal.) CHAS. H. DUNBMOOR, Clerk.
By F. B. Fanning, Deputy Clerk. 1
Smith, Howard A Smith, 117 New High street.
115 60t I
~ ~ PROBATE NOTICE. 1
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT, COUNTY OF 1
Lob Angeles, State of California.
In the matter of the Estate of William H. '
Nordholt, deceased.—Order to show cause why .
final account should not be settled and dlstri- j
button should not be made
On reading and filing the final account of '
John F. Whfte, the Administrator with the will
annexed of the Estate of William H. Nordholt, '
deceased, this day rendered and presented for .
settlement, and also the petition of said admin- 1
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 11. Nordholt, deceased, be
and appear before the Superior Court, County
of Los Angeles, State of California, at the Court
room of Department Two, in the City of Los An
geles, County of Los Angeles, State of Cali
fornia, on Friday, the 15th day of February, J
1889, at 10 o'clock a.m., then and there to '
show cause why taid final account should not '
be settled, and an order of distribution made of '
the residue of said estate among the persons "
entitled theieto, as prayed for fn said petition J
and according to law. '
It Is further ordered thit a copy of this order
be posted in at least three public places in Bald 1
county, at least ten days before said day of set- *
tlement of account, and also be published for I
not less than ten days before the said 15th day '
of February, 1889, in the Los Angeles Daily
Herald, a daily newspaper printed and pub 1
lished in the City of Los Angeles, County and
State aforesaid. ;
Dated February 5,1889. '
W. H. CLARK, 1
Judge Of .Superior Court. '
Stephen M. White and B.H. F.vabiel, Attor
neys for Administrator. f6-15 '
PROBATE NOTICE. !
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT, STATE OF CAL- !
ifornis, Couuty of Los Angeles, ss.
In the matter of the esUte of Timothy D.
Rabel, deceased—Notice for publication of
time for proving will, etc.: ,
Notice is hereby given thst Saturday, the 9th
day of March, 1889, at 10 o'clock a. m. of .
said day, at the courtroom of this Court, De
partment Two thereof, Jones' Block, in the
city of Los Angeles, county of Los
Angeles and State of California, has be. v
appointed as the time and place for hear
ing the application of Frederick Henry
Kabel, praying that a document now on file in
this Court, purporting to be the last will end
testament of the said deceased, be admitted to 1
probate, and that letterß testamentary be issued
thereon to him, at which time and place
all persons interested therein may appear and
contest the same, C. H. DUNSMOOR,
Dated Febiuary 15,1889. County Ujerk.
Waters AGiBD, by M. J. Ashmore,
Attorneys for Petitioner. Deputy.
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NOTICE OP DISSOLUTION OF PART
NERSHIP.
THE FIRM OF WESTOVER & CAMPBELL,
doing business in the City of Las Augeles,
Cal., at No. 227 South Spiing street, is this day
dissolved by mutual consent, O. S. and W. K.
Westover retiring from the Arm. W. D. Camp
bell, who retains the business, will receive all
accounts due the firm, and all the liabilities of
the late firm aie assumed and will be settled by
him.
Witness, C. S. WESTOVER.
W. R. WESTOVER.
W. D. CAMPBELL.
Dated February 1,1889. 12 Bat 4t
Notice of Hearing' of Petition for
Probate of Will.
XlO. 9 784 —NOTICE OF HEARING OF
ll petition for probate of will.
In the Superior Court of Los Angeles couuty,
State of 1 aliifomia. In the matter of the estate
of Juan Bernard, deceased.
Nottce is hereby given that Monday, the
25th day of February, 1889, at 10 o'clock, a.m.
of said day, at tho courtroom of Depart
ment No. Two of said court, presided over by
Hon. W. H. Clark, as the Judge thereof, at the
corner of Franklin and New High streets, in
tne city and county of Los Angeles, bas been np
pointed as tbe time and place for hearing the ap
plication of Susana Machado de Bernard to said
court praying that a document now on file iv this
Court, purporting to be the lost will and testa
ment of Juan Bernard, deceased, be admitted
tn probate, and that letters testamentary be is
sued thereon to her, the said Susana Machada
de Bernard, at which time and plaoe all per
sons interested therein may appear and contest
the same.
Dated this 12th day of February, 1889.
C. H. DUNSMOOR, County Clerk.
fi3 I3t By M. J. Ashmore, Deputy.
OFFICIAL.
RlcsoTaTmoTTN^^
RESOLUTION OF INTENTION.
■ BESOLCTION OF THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL OF
THE CITY OF LOS ANGELES. OF Til nil: INTEN
TION TO IMPOVE A PORTION OF ALABAMA
1 STREET.
Be it resolved by the Council of the City of Los
Anaeles:
Section 1. That the public intere«t and con
venience require that Alabama street, in said
city, between Lake Shore avenue and State
street, aud including all intersections of
streets, be graded graveled and curbed; tbat it
is the intention o' the Council of said City of
i.ob Angeles to order the following work to be
done, to-wit:
Ist. That said Alabama street, in said city,
Irom the north line of Lake Shore avenue to the
south line of State street be graded, groveled
and curbed In accordance with plans and
specifications on file lv the office of the
Clerk of the Council of the City of Los Angeleß
f r making gravel streets In said city.
2d, That a redwood curb be constructed along
the line of roadway of safd Alabima
street, from the north lino of Lake shore
avenue to the south line of State street,
in sccordauce with the plans and speci
fications on file in the office of tbe
Clerk of the Council of said city for con
structing redwood curbs.
Sac. 2. The Superintendent of Streets shall
publish a notice of this proceeding each day
for five consecutive days (after the publication
of this resolutlou) In tbe Los Augeles Daily
Herald, the official newspaper of the city, and
shall post copies of said notice along the line of
said proposed improvement at a distance of
not to exceed three hundred feet apart, aud if
within ten days after the publication of said
notice the property-owners along said street,
amounting to one-half the frontage thereof,
shall file with the Clerk a written objection
against said Improvement, then and in that
case said Improvement shall not be proceeded
with.
Sec. 3. If no remonstrance be filed, as here
inbefore provided, within tho time specified,
the Council shall have jurisdiction to order
said work proceeded with, and to order said
street to be graded, graveled and curbed lv ac
co- dunce with said plans and specifications.
Sec. 4. The Clerk of the Council shall :
certify to the passage of this resolution, aud
shall cause the same to be published onco in I
the I.os Ann les Daily Herald, and theieupou
and thereafter ft shall take effect and be in
force.
I hereby certify that the foregoing resolution 1
was adopted by the Council of the City of Los
Angeles at it- meeting of January 21st, A. D.
1889, by the following vote: '.
Ayes—Messrs. Borrett. Bosbyshell, Bryant,
Cobn, Earl, Ford, Hanley, Humphreys, Mc- 1
Nallv. Moriarty, Shater, Sinsabangb, Threlkeld I
and President Kuhrts—l4, I
Noe-t—None.
M. F. STILES,
Clerk of the Council of ttie City of Los Aogelei.
Approved this 2nd day of February, 1889. 1
JOHN BRYSON, Sr. , Mayor. 1
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NOTICE OF INTENTION. !
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT IT IS J
]S the intention of the Council of the city of
Los Angeles to establish the grade of HanFer- 1
nando road from a point 400 feet south of the ',
south line of Columbus avenue to the northern •
city limits, as follows:
At a pofnt 400 feet south of the south line of .
Columbus avenue tbe grade shall be 322.00 on
both sides of Snu Fernando Koad.
At the northeast corncrof Orange avenne and '
at a point iv the west line of San Fernando road *
at right angles thereto, the grade shall be (
330.00. '
At the southeast corner of Pepper avenue,
and at a pofnt in the west line of San Fernando
road at right angles to said corner, the grade
shall be 336 00. '
At a point 2,780 feet nortb of the northeast 1
coruer of Pepper avenue, the grade shall be '
339.00 ou both sides of Sa:i Fernando road. '
All the above elevations are in feet and above
the sea-level datum.
All persons interested are hereby notified to I
file auy objections which they may have, wlih [
the Clerk of the Council within ten days of the J
date of the first publication of this notice. .
By order of the Couucil of the City of Los An- J
geles at its meeting of February 12, A. D.1889. '
M. F. STILES, 1
Clerk of the Council of the City of 1 os Angeles.
Loa Angeles, Cal., February 16, 1889.
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NOTICE OTINTeNTION. _ ;
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT IT 18 |
the intention of the Council of the City of
Los Angeles to establish the grade of Bellevue (
avenue, from Sumner Place to theeastein in- f
terseotlnn with Edeeware road, as follows: 1
At the northeast corner of Sumner Place, and ,
at a point on the south side of Bellevue avenue ,
st fight angles to Bald corner, the grade shall j
be 414.00. 1
At tbe intersection of tbe north line of Belle- ,
vue avenue with the northerly Hue of Marion ,
avenue, the grade shall be 420 00. j
At tbe southwest corner of Holliday Btreet t
the grade shall be 419.50 ,
At the northeast corner of the eastern inter- ,
section with Edgewsre road the grade shall be t
as now established, 440.00, and at tbe south- ,
ess corner 437.50.
All the above elevations are in feet and above h
sea-level datum. s
All persons interested are hereby notified to ,
file any objections wnlch they may have with 1
the Clerk of the Conncil within ten days of the t
date of the first publication of this notice. 1
By order of tbe Council f the City of Los An- j
geles at its meeting of February 12, A. D. 1889. t
M. F. STILES,
Clerk of the Counctl of tbe City of Los Angeles.
Los Angeles, Cal., February 16, 1889.
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LEGAL. j
<
PURSUANT TO STATUTES AND TO RESO- 1
lution No. 1,306 of the Council of the City
of Los Angeles, sdopted February 4, 1889, dl- t
reefing this uotloe, the undersigned invites s
and will receive at his office in the City Hall \
up to 10 o'clock A. M. of February 18, 1889,
sealed proposals .or the following street work,
to bn done according to tbe specifications, ,
to-wit:
Ist Court street in the city of Los Angeles, "
from the west line of Beaudry street to the
east line of Beaudry avenue, is to be graded, ,
graveled and curbed in accordance with plans
and specifications ou file in the office of the "
Clerk of the Council of the City ef Los Angeles,
for making gravel streets in the said city.
2d. A redwood curb to be constructed along
tlie line of roadw ay of said Court street from ,
the west line of Beaudry street to the east line ,
of Beaudry avenue, in accordance with plans
and specifications on tile in the office of the
Clerk of the Council ol said City for construct
ing redwood curbs.
All proposals offered must be accompanied by '
a certified cheek, payable to tbe older of the <
Mayor of the City or by a bond (either) for an
amount not less than ten per cent of the aggre- I
gate of the proposal, and throughout as pre- <
scribed by law, 1
Los Angeles, Cal., February 13,1889.' I
M. F. STILES, 1
Clerk of the Council of tbe City of Los Angeles.
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PROPOSALS FOR PIPING ZANJA. J
BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED BY THE UN- 1
dersigned up to 10 a. m. February 18,1889, 1
for laying aDd filling a 12 inch cement pipe
from Zauja No. 5, east sfde of Main street to 1
west side of Grand avenue, along the south '
side of Brooklyn Btreet, in the city of Los Ange
les. Said work to bo done under the direction
of tbe Zanjero, and upon plans to be furnished 1
by the City Surveyor, 1
A bond, a certified check for 10 per cent, ol
tho amount bid must accompany each t id as a
surety that the bidder will enter into the con
tract if awarded to him.
The Conncil reserves the right to reject any
and all bids.
By order of the Council of Ihe City of Los
Angeles at its meeting of February 11, A. D.
1889. M. F. TILES,
Clerk of the Council of the Ctty of Los Angeles.
Los Angeles, February 13,1889, f!3-5t
NOTICE OF INTENTION^
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT IT 18
the intention of the Council of the City of
Los Angeles to change and establish the grade
of tbe east side of Hope street from Sixth
street,to a point 300.00 feet northerly, as
follows:
At the nottheast corner of Sixth street the
grade Bhall be as now established, 2611 00.
At a point In the east line of Hope street,
300.00 feet north of the north line of Sixth
street, the grade ►hall be 271.75.
All the above elevations are In feet and above
sea-level datum.
All persons interested are hereby notified to
file any objectfons 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 February 4th, A. D. 1889.
M. F. STILES,
Clerk of the Couucll of the city of Los Angeles.
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NOTICE.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED
for the purchsse;of seven (7) acres ol land
iv the Agricultural Park tract, fronting on Fig
! ueroa street. Said land is part of the Agricul
tural Park tract reserved for sale forpermanent
improvements of the Fair Grounds. Bids will
be received by L. Llchtenberger, President oi
the Sixth District Agricultural Association, at
No. 7% North Main street, upstairs, room No.
1 10, un to 12 o'clock noon of Thursday, Febru
at y 21st. The right of rejecting any or all bids
Is reserved.
L, LICHTENBEKGER, President.
Los Angeles, February 15,1889. 115 7tl
OFFICIAL.
1,30*.
A RESOLUTION PROVIDING FOR THE HOLDING OP
A GENERAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION IN THE
p CITY OF LOS ANOELES. ON THE 2J.BT DAY OF
[ FEBRUARY, A. D. 1889.
Whereas, A Charter was adopted by tbe
. qualified voters of the city of Los Angelea at an
election held for that purpose on the 20th day
October, A. D 1888; and
Whereas, The BHid Charter has been fnr
; mally approved by both Houses of the Legisla
i ture now iv seeslou at Sacramento, State of
California: and
WHKKEAB, Said Charter is now and has been
since its approval by the said Legislature, the
organic law of this city; and, in accordance of
Article XIX. Section 195, of said Charter, it Is
required that su election be held within thirty
days after its approval by the Legislature for
the officers designated in the said Charter to be
eU cted: therefore.
Be it Resolved by the Mayor and Council of the
City of la)s Angeles, as follows:
Section 1. That a general municipal elec
tion be held by tne qualified voters of the city
of Los Angeles, in said city, on the 21«t day of
February, A. L>. 1889, lor the following offi- ,
cers:
A Mayor, a City Clerk, a City Attorney, a City
Treasurer, a City Auditor, a City License and
Tax Collector, a City Engineer, a Street Super
intendent, a City Asseßßor and two Police '
ludges, and by the electors of each ward re- ■
spectfvely one member of tbe Council and one
member of the Board of Education. '
One member of the Council to represent the J
First Ward, and one member of the Board of
Education to represent tbe said First Ward. 1
One member of the Council to represent the <
Second Ward, and one member of the Board of
Education to represent said Second Ward.
One member of the Council to represent the i
Third Ward, and one member of the Board of i
Education to represent said Third Ward.
One member of the Council to represent the j
Fourth Ward, aud one member of tbe Board of ,
Education to represent said Fourth Ward.
One member of the Council to represent the
Filth Ward, and one member of the Board of
Education to represent said Fifth Ward. s
One member of the Council to represent the a
Sixth Ward, and one member of tbe Board of
Education to represent said Sixth Ward. t
One member of tbe Council to represent the s
Seventh Ward, and one member of the Board of J
Education to represent said Seventh Ward.
One member of the Council to represent the t
Eighth Ward, and oue member of the Board of I
Education to represent 'aid Eighth Ward. J
One member of the Council to represent the
Ninth Ward, and one member of the Board of
Education to represent said Ninth Ward. I
Sec 2. The nine Wards of this city, as de- \
scribed in Art. X I of the new Charter, are here
by divided into twenty-nine precincts,with the j
following boundaries: I
FIRST WARD.
Precinct A, First Ward— 111 of the First Ward j
lying north <if Downey avenue and east of Daly
street and Pasadena avenue. j
Precinct a. First Ward—All of the First Ward a
lying nortb of Downey avenue and west of Daly
street and Pasadena avenue.
PiecinctC—All of the First Ward south of
Downey aveuue and west of Workman street, I
beginning at S.W. corner of Downey avenue
and Workman stieet, theurc along Downey I
avenue, the Los ADgeles Biver, Macy street, J
Mission road, Warner street and Workman
street to the plsce of beginning. i
Preclnot D—All of the First Ward south of J
Downey avenue and east of Workman street,
beginning at the S E. corner of Downey avenue 1
and Workman street, thence on Workma i 1
Btreet to Mission road, to Missio street, to east
Cityline, thence to Mission road, to Downey
avenue and to place of beginning.
SECOND WARD.
Precinct A—All that pnrt of Ihe said ward ?
described as follows: Commencing at the in- J
tersectiou of the Los Angeleß Kiver and tbe ,
prolongation of Figueroa street, tbeuce along ,
said prolongation of FUueroa street, along c .
Figueroa street to Reservoir street, thence *
across the Abila tract to the northerly end of J
Beaudry avenue to Bellevue avenue along ?
Bellevue avenue to Upper Main street, Upper
Main street to Alameda street, Alameda street
to San Fernando street, Bau Fernando street to "
Downey avenue, Downey avenue to the Lob *;
Angeles River, and along Baid river to the
place of beginning. _
Precinct B—All that part of said ward de- \
scribed as follows: Beginning at the intersec
lion of Bellevue avenue and Upper Main street,
thence along Upper Main street to Main street, _
along Main street to First street.aloug First street
to Pearl street, aloßg Pearl street to Bellevue
avenue and along Bellevue avenue to Upper
Mafn street place of beginning.
Precinct C—All that part ofsiidword de- •»
scribed as follows: Commencing at the inter- [
section ot First aud Pearl streets, thencj along j.
First, street to Canal street, Canal street to Dla- 0
mond street. Diamond street to Lake snore 7
avenue. Lake Shore avenue to Bellevue avenue,
Bellevue avenue to Alvarado street, Alvarado g
street to north ciiy line, along said line to Los
Angeles river, along said river to prolongation 4
of Figueroa street, thence along same and t
Figueroa street to Reservoir, thence across
the Abila tract to the nottherly end of Beaudry 4
avenue, along Beaudry avenue to Bellevue t
avenue, aloug Bellevue avenue to Pearl Btreet
aud Pearl street to First street the place of be- g
ginning. f
Precinct D—All that part of said ward de- v
scribed as follows: Commencing at the inter- 0
section of Lake Shore avenue and Diamond
street, thence on Diamond street to west city s
line, along same to north city line, along same v
to Alvarado street, along Alvarado street to
Bellevue avenue, along Bellevue avenue to B ,
Lake Shore aveuue, along Lake Shore avenue
to Diamond street the place of beginning. a
THIRD WARD. Jj
Precinct A—All that part of said ward,
bounded north by First street, south by Fourth .
street, east by Main btreet, and west by Pearl
l'.tolcct B—All that part of Ciid ward, c
bounded noith by Fourth street, south by Sev
enth street, east by Main street and west by _
Precinct C—All that portion of Baid ward, j
bounded north by Diamond and Fint street,
south by Seventh street, east by Pearl street,
west by west city limits.
FOURTH WARD.
Precinct A, of tbe Fourth Ward—All thst part <]
of the Fourth Ward, bounded north by Seventh t
street, west by Pearl street, south by Twelith g
street and east b» Main street a
Precinct B—All that part of the Fourth Ward. 0
bounded north by Twelith street, west by Pearl ,
street and Figueroa street, south by Washington j,
street and east by Main street. 6
Precinct C, of the Fourth Ward—All that part .
of the Fourth Ward, bounded north by Seventh |
street, west by west city boundary, south by. (
Washington street, and east by Pearl and j
Figueroa Btreet.
FIFTH WARD. t
Preclnot A—All that part of the Fifth Ward, t
bounded by Washington street on the nortb, 1
Main street on the east, city line on tbe south, a
and Figueroa street on tbe west. C
Precinct B—All of said ward not described i
in Preclnot A, bounded as follows: Ou the c
east by Figueroa street, on the north by Wash- 1,
ington street, and west by the city line running f
south irom Washington street to Figueroa 0
street.
SrXTH WARD.
Precinct Aof the Sixth Ward—All that part C
of tbe Sixth Ward lying north of Washington
Btreet and west of San Pedro street.
Precinct B of the Sixth Ward—All tbat part
of the Sixth Ward lying south of Washington I
street and west of San Pedro street.
Precinct C of the Sixth Ward—All that part
of the Sixth Ward lying east of San Pedro
Btreet. 1
SEVENTH WARD. j
Precinct Aof the Seventh Ward—All thnt part I
of the Seventh Ward lying north of Fourth I
street and west of San Pedro street. !
Precinct Bcf the Seventh Ward—All thst 1
part of the Seventh Ward lying south of Fourth j
street and west ol San Pedro street. J
Precinct C of the Seventh Ward—All tbat
part of the Seventh Ward lying cast of San j
Pedro street and west of Alameda Btreet. I
Precinct D of tbe Seventh Ward—All that 1
part of the Seventh Ward lying east of Alameda J
street.
EIGHTH WARD.
Precinct A, of the Eighth Ward—All that part
ol the Eighth want described as follows: Com- 1
menctng at tbe intersectlou of Downey avenue
and the Los Augeles river, llience westerly
along Downey aveuue to San Fernando street,
thence southerly along San Fernando street to
Mission street, thence easterly along Mission
street to Los Angeles river, thence northerly
along said river to point of beginning. .
Precinct B, of the Eighth Ward—All that part '
of the Eighth Warddescribeuastollowt; < om
menclng at the intersection of Mission street .
aud the river, thence westerly along Mission
street to San Fernando street, thence along San
Fernando street to the junction of San Fernan
do and Alameda streets, thence southerly alotu
Alameda street to Upper Main street, thence
suutheily along Upper Main Btre* t to Marches- .
?ault street, thence easterly along Marohes
sault street to Alameda street, thence southerly 1
aloug Alameda street to Aliso street, thence
easterly along Aliso street to Los ADgeles river,
thence northerly along Los Angeles river to
paint of beginning.
Preoinct C, of the Eighth Ward—All that part
oithe Eighth Ward lying south of Maichis
sault street and west of Alameda street.
Precinct D, of the Eighth Ward—All that part
of the Eighth Ward lying south of Aliso street
and east of Alameda street,
NINTH WARD.
Precinct A. of the Ninth Ward—All that part
of the Ninth Ward lying north of First street.
Precinct B, of the Ninth Ward—Ml thst por
tion of the Mnth Ward lying south of First
street.
Sec. 3. The following named persons, resl
. dents of the respective waras, are hereby ap
; pointed to hold, conduct and make return ol
the said election:
FIRST WARD.
: 1 Precinct A, at 33 North D ily street—A Gund-.
7
lach. Inspector; John McGraw, C. H. Clayton
Judges.
Precinct B, at 609 Downey avenue, O. A.
Moore's building — a. E. Meigs, Inspector:
Charles Wiekham and W- C. Hnghi, Judges.
r Precinct C, at 510H Downey avenne—K J.
R Collyer, Inspector; Daniel Jones and Jere
f Baldwin, Judges.
Precinct D, at 510 Hawkins street—E. J. Cox,
Inspector; F. M. Nickel and J. M. Baldwin,
Judges.
- second ward.
1 Precinct A, at Buena Vista street, near
I Baker's Foundry—A. E. Senceney, Inspector;
J. J. Horrell and O. H. Blackburn, Judges
Precinct B, at Coumy Court House—R c.
; Glover, Inspector: J. Bryson and J. A Caldwell.
Judges.
Precinct C, at Temple-street Engine-house—
1 J. B. Myer, Inspector; E. B. Brsinard and R. If.
Richardson, Judges.
Precinct D; Polling-place, end of Second,
street Csble Road, opposite Belmont Hotel—D
*>, Field, Inspector; C. H. Haywsrd and Hugh
Glassell, Judges.
THIRD WARD.
Precinct A, at City Hall — C. Jacoby, In
spector; W. 11. Toler and J. H. Book, Judges.
Precinct B—At 118 West Fifth stre t. Chick's
Stables; W. M. Humphreys, Inspector; L. J.
Matthews and Geo. Gephardt, Judges.
Precinct C—Schoolhouse, corner Union snd
Orange avenues: J. C. Koepfle, Inspector; D.
8. Peck and W. H. Bonsell, Judges.
FOURTH WARD.
Precinct A—At Ninth-street engine honse; R.
C. Carlton. Inspector; J. J. Holland and W. H.
Avert, Judges.
Precinct B—At Morris Vineyard hose house;
r . C. Cook, Inspector; C. G. Harrison and J. D.
Bethune, Jndges.
Precinct c—At corner Pico and Peail streets;
I. K. Duukelberger, inspector: Chas Forman
and Nathaniel Sherman, Judges.
FIFTH WARD.
Precinct A—At corner of Washington snd
Figueroa streets; John Osborn, Ins pector; C. W.
I'eudleton and J. R. Boal, Judges.
Precinct B—At Washington street, near
Figueroa. J, R. Urmsted, luspector; J.C. New
ton, Geo. Sinsabauth, Judges.
SIXTH WARD.
Precinct A—At Mansfield's store, on Main
street. J. W. Hinton, Inspector; A. F. Mackey
and M. H. Wolf, Judges.
Precfnct B— At Barringer'a store, corner of
Adams and Main streets. A. O. Daman, In
spector; E. K. Alexander and John Weber,
Judges.
Precinct C—At Dalton's store, corner Central
avenue and Washington street. W. F. Dalton,
Inspector; C. H. Alfred and J W. Hooper.
Judges.
seventh ward.
Precinct A—At Confidence Engfne House.
H. D. Barrows, Inspector; Wm. Stormer and W.
Berry, Judges.
Precinct B—At Corner Wall street and East
Fifth. M. Heaney, Inspector; Asa Bowen and
0. C. Russell, Judges
Precinct C—City Gardens. Joseph Wolfskill,
Inspector; L. Lichtenberger and F. Foster.
Judges.
Precinct D—At Southeast corner First and
Rose streets. F. Dobs, Inspector; A. S. White
and A. Rudolph, Judges.
EIGHTH WARD.
Precinct—At Southern Hotel: Max Stsrbuck,
Inspector: E. Steinman, E. C. Barker, Jndges.
Precinct B—At Kerkhoff& Cuzner's office; F.
I. ambourn, laspector; L. Beauchett. F A. Steele,
Judges.
Preciuct C -At Plaza Engine-house; Sam
Moran, luspector; W. McGrath, Oscar Macy,
Judges.
Precinct D—At Hook and Ladder-house;
Philippi Stoll, Inspector; C. E. Robarts, F.
Rettkowsky. Judges.
NINTH WARD.
Precinct A—At Cummiu's store; NE. David
son, Inspector; L. Fisher, J. Hyams. Judges
Preciuct B—At Engine-house No. 6; J. H.
Strite, Inspector; Al. Workmau, J. M. Cochran,
Judges.
Sec. 4. The Clerk of the Council shall certify
to the passage of this resolution, and shall
cause the same to be published in the Loa
Angeles Daily Herald for at least ten days
prior to the 21st day of February, A. D 1889,
and alter publication the same shall be In
force. . .
I hereby certify that the foregoing resolution
was adopted by the Council of th» City of Los
Ang°les at its meeting, Tuesday, February 5,
A. D. 1889.
M. F. STILES,
Clerk of the Council of the city of Los Aneele".
Approved thiß 7th day of February, A. D 1889.
JOHN BRYSON, Sr., Mayor.
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NOTICE OP INTENTION.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT IT IS
the intention of the Council of the City of
Los Angeles to change and establish the grade
of Grand avenue from Sixth street to a point
731 feet nortueriy, ax ioiiowo.
At the north Hue of Sixth street the grade
shall be as now established, 265 50.
At a point on the west side of Grand avenne,
400 feet north of the north Une of Sixth street,
the grade shall be 272 60.
At a point on the east side of Grand avenne,.
404 feet north of the north line of Sixth street,,
the grade shall be 271.
At tbe southeast corner of Fifth street the
grade shall be 288.50, at the northeast corner of
Fifth street the grade shall be 293, at the south
west c0rner297.30, and at the northwest corner
of Fifth Btreet the grade shall be 299.10.
At a point 731 feet north of the north line of
Sixth street the grade shall be as now estab
lished,299.7l.
All tbe above elevations are in feet and above
sea level datum.
All persons Interested are hereby notified to
file Bny 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
Angeles at its meeting of Februaty 4th, A. D ,
1889.
M. F. STILES,
Clerk of tbe Council of the City of Lob Angeles.
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NOTICE OF AWARD OF CONTRACT
PURSUANT TO STATUTE 3 AND TO RESO
lution No. 1,305 of the Council of the City of
Los Angeles, adopted February 4, 1889,
directiug this notice, notice is hereby given
tbat tbe said Council, in open session, on the
24th day of December, 1888, opened .examined
and publicly declared all sealed proposals
offered for tbe following work, to-wit:
i ilEt) Lucas avenue, in the city of Les Ange
les, from the north line of Fourth street to the
Bouth line of Diamond street, to be graded,
graveled and curbed in accordance with plans
and specifications on file in the office of the
Clerk of the Council of the City of Los Ange
les, for msking gravel streets in the said city
(2d.) A redwood curb to be constructed along
the line of roadway of said Lucas avenue, from
the notth line of Fourth street to the south
line of Diamond street in accordance with plans
and specifications on file in the office of tbe
Clerk of the Council of said city for construct
ing redwood curbs; and thereafter awarded the
coutract for said work to M. C. Marsh, the
lowest responsible bidder, at $4.18 per lineal
foot, as specified in proposal on file in the office
of tbe Clerk of tbe Counoil.
Los Angeles, Cal., February 11,1889.
M. F STILES.
Clerk of the Council of tbe City of Lob Angeles,
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NOTICE OF APPLIC ATION FOR CITY
DEED.
XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT O. J.
jM Baker, C. H. Baker and W. A. Baker, will
make application to the Council of the city of
Los Angeles, at Its session to be held February
18, 1889, for a quit-claim deed from said city,
for that lot or piece of land in the city of Los
Angeles, county of Los Augeles, State of Cali
fornia, bounded and described as follows, viz:
The north 40 feet of lot one (1), block ten (10),
Ord's Survey of Los Angeles city, bounded as
follows: Commencing at the northeast, corner
of lot 1, block 10, corner of Fifth and Spring
streetß, snd running thence southerly along
Spring street 40 feet, thence west at right en
tries 115 feet, theuce north at right angles 40
feet, thence east at right angles 115 feet to
point of beginning.
Kelerence is made to abstract of title, map
aud petition now on file in my office, and all
parties interes'ed are notified to file their ob
jections in writing, if any they have, at my
olllce at least one day before said 18th day of
February, 1889.
It. F. STILES,
Clerk of the Council of tbe City of Los
■iu?AugelPS.Csl.,February 12,1889. fel2 5t
NOTICE OP INTENTION.
VJOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT IT IS
1\ tbe intention of the Council of the city of
Los Ann-■ les to establish the grade of Karl
street from Fifth strtet to Seventh street, as
follows:
At the southwest corner of Fifth ttrect the
grade shall be 249 40, as now established; and
a', the southeast co;ner 249 .60, as now estab
lished.
At. tie nortl west and northeast corners cf
Sixth street tbe grade shall be 244.25, and at
the southwest, and southeast corners 244.00.
.i he northwest corner of Seventh street
the grade shall be 242 85, as now esttblishel;
and ul the noitheast corner 243.14, as now es
tablished.
All the above elevations are In feet snd 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 oi the first publication of this notice.
By order of the Council of the oity of Los An
geles st its meeting of February 4. A. D. 1889.
M. F. STILES,
Clerk of the Council of the City of Los Angles
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