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THE CITY COUNCIL.
Negro Alley Vacated Over the Mayor's Veto. THE OUTFALL SEWER ORDINANCE The Ninth Street] Bridge Approaches. Bids for the Library Furni ture—The City Money. The City Council met yesterday morn ing, President Frankenfleld. in the chair, and Messrs. Wirsching, Van Dusen, Brown, Hamilton, Shafer, Bonsall, Sum merlasd and McLain present. The City Auditor reported the condi tion of the various funds. Referred to the Finance Committee. The Chief of Police reported the col lection of licenses amounting to $234.50. Referred to the Finance Committee. The bond of L. J. Thompson, Tax Collector, was read and approved. The City Attorney advised that an ordinance be passed vacating Negro Alley. The ordinance vacating the alley was then read and adopted. The City Clerk was instructed to certify to the passage of the ordinance at onoe, and send it to the Mayor. The City Attorney reported that the Board of Arbitrators on the First-street viadnct had awarded Mrs. Bigelow $4,000 damages, and Mr. Schatte $1,500. Re ferred to tbe Finance Committee. The ordinance providing for the for feiting of the Electric railroad franchise on Seventh street and the removal of the poles came up. Mr. Brown moved that the ordinance be adopted. Mr. Bonsall thought that action should not be taken until tbe thirty dsys for merly given to the company to change the system had expired, which would be about one week. Colonel Howland said that arrange ments had been made to change the sys tem to tbe Thompson-Houston system, which was tbe most perfect system in use. He said that in consideration of being allowed to place the poles on Sev enth street, his company would place lights at short distances and maintain them at its own expense. Tbe matter was laid over one weak. The report of the Board of Public Works, as published in the Herald on Saturday last, was read and adopted. The City Engineer was instructed to establish the grade of Second street from Alvarado street to the city limits. An ordinance of intention to establish the grade of Figuerca street was read and adopted. The City Engineer reported that the protest against the grading of Eleventh street represented a majority of the frontage. The City Clerk was instructed to suspend opsrations. The City Engineer presented plans for grading Prospect Park, and a map show ing the lines of Arch street. Adopted and declared official. An ordinance establishing the grade of Teed street was read and adopted. The City Attorney presented the fol lowing report: 1 herewith Inclose an ordinance defining the necessity of building a system of sewers, and wish to make the following suggestions as to the procedure necessary before the contract can be let. An act of the Legislature, approved March 19, 1889, provides as follows: "That the Legislative branch of any city may, by or dinance, determine that the public Interest de mands the building of sewers, tbe cost of which will be too groat to be paid ont ol the ordinary annual Income of tne city, which ordinance shall be published two weeks. That, after such publication, they may call a special election, submitting the question to the voters of the city whether bonds shall be Issued for the building ol such sewers. Before such special election is held, plans and estimates of the cost of such improvement must be made by a competent engineer. Such bonds shall be serials, one-twentieth of which shall be payable each year, the interest caunot exceed seven per cent, and said bonds cannot be sold for less than tbelr face value. In the foregoing I have given only the general requirements, omitting all small details. While I understand the Coun cil haa adopted the plan of an outfall sewer to the sea, no definite route has been selected, neither have any arrangements been made as to rights of way for an ocean front at the out fall. I would advise that immediate steps be taken to locate the exact Hue of the sewer; that the right of way be procured and that a suflicient ocean front be obtained lv order that we may not be subjected to prolonged litigation in relerence to damages to adiaeent property by reason of the emptying of the sewage into the ocean. All of these questions should be settled Immediately, as the plans and estimates giving all details will be required before the submission to the vote of the people, which ought lo be two weeks after the passage of the ordinance of intention to build the sewers. The City Attorney suggested tbat the Sewer Committee be instructed to secure *v.~ „:,.i.,„ „r_™.„.. ' the rights-of-way. On motion of Major Bonsall the matter was referred to the Sewer Committee and the City Engineer, to report as early as possible. The Finance Committee recommended that no Police Matron be appointed. Adopted. Tne Finance Committee recommended that the bid of the Los Angeles Sayings Bank, for taking care of the city money, be rejected on the ground that the bye laws of that bank were not each as would permit the keeping of the city money there. Adopted. The Finance Committee recommended that Mre. Bigelow be paid $4,000 and Mr. Schatte $1,500 lor damages resulting from the construction of the First-street via duct. Adopted. The Gas Committee recommended that a new light be erected on Marguerita avenue, East Lob Angeles. Adopted. The Park Committee recommended that the City Engineer prepare plans for a boat house at West Lake Park. Adopted. Also recommended that Ward street be opened. Referred to the Board of Public Works. The Fire Commission recommended that the city lota in East Los Angeles be vacated. The Street Superintendent re ported that the lots had been vacated. The following bids were opened for making fixtures for the Public Library: W. R. Phelps, $2,200; E. M. Haveno, $2,957. For furnishing carpets and chairs, etc.: Milwaukee Furniture Company, $1,354; L. Lyon A Sons, total not stated ; L. A. Furniture Company, $1,385; Wal ton & Wachtel, total amount not stated. For furnishing gas fixtures: Meyberg Bros, and 8. M. Perry. For furnishing elevator: Baker Iron Works, $3,700 and $4,193; H. P. Gregory & Co., $3,430 Referred to the Building Committee, which will meet to-morrow morning at 9 o'clock. Afternoon Seesloa. City Clerk Teed read the following message from Mayor Hazard: "I retoru herewith, without my approval, an ordinance vacating and abandoning Negro alley for atreet purposes, for tbe reason that to vacate and abandon a street may work an In justice to property owners aligning the street abandoned. I doubt the legality of any such firoceedlng, and don t believe the city oan close he same against the objections and protests of the property owners on the street closed. Every property holder la entitled to the protection of the city authorities, aad to proceed, under th* THB LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD; TUESDAY MOKNING, APKIL 20, 1889, forma of law, to close an old established street Is Inexpedient In the absence of tbe oonaent of tbe owners of such property." Hr. Wirsching moved that the vote adopting the ordinance be teconsidered. Carried. Mr. Wirsching moved that the ordi nance be passed over the Mayor's veto. Carried unanimously. Mr. Bummerland moved tbat the City Engineer give the lines of Los Angeles street to E. McLaughlin. Carried. Mr. Van Dusen moved that the Elec tric Light Company be instructed to place a lamp in front of the engine-house in Eatt Los Angeles. Referred to tbe Gas Committee. An ordinance declaring the necessity for the construction of sewers, to be paid for by bonds, was presented by City En gineer Eaton, and included the outfall sewer, to run via tbe Southern Paciflc railroad to Ballona, to the ocean, to cost $450,000; the western intercepting sewer to cost $60,000; tbe central intercepting sewer to cost $250,000; southern inter cepting sewer to cost $60,000; Second street storm drain to cost $35,000; tbe hill storm sewer $30,000; general sewer fund $35,000; total estimated cost $1,100,000. The ordinance, on motion of Mr. Shafer, was referred to tbe Sewer Com mittee. On motion of Mr. Van Dusen, the Street Superintendent was instructed to level the corporation yard in East Los Angeles. City Engineer Eaton reported recom mending that that the present house drainage be inspected, and that proper sanitary regulations be adopted by the Council. Referred to the Sewer Com mittee. The Gas Committee recommended tbat a 150-foot mast be placed at the cor ner of Pico and San Pedro streets. Adopted. Also recommended that a 60 --foot m. st be erected at tbe corner of Second street and Bunker Hill avenue. Adopted. Mr. Sumroerland moved that the City Att racy draw an ordinance creating the office of Light Inspector. Adopted. An ordinance providing for one deputy eacb for the Auditor, Tax Collector and Treasurer was read and adopted. An ordinance providing for the widen ing of Los Angeles street, between First and Second street, was read and referred to tbe Board of Public Works. But one bid was received for construct ing a sewer on Sainßevaine street. It was referred to tbe Sewer Committee. Tbe bid was from Frank Walker and was at the rate cf $1.24 per lineal foot. Tbe City Engineer was instructed to report at the next meeting as to the practicabil ity of buildine the sewer. Health Officer MacGowan reported tbat complaints had been made t > him about tbe escape of sewer gas on Main and Spring streets. He was advised that the matter had been referred to tbe Sewer Committee. Petitions were received as follows and referred to the appropriate committees: From E. M. Brown, asking that a zanja be piped; from J. H. Bryant et al.. ask ing that a street be graded; from the Los Angeles Gas Company, for permission to suspend pipes under the Aliso-street bridge; from Oscar Macy et al., to have Chinatown removed (Referred to the City Attorney to draft an ordinance.); from E. R. Fox, complaining that a horse had been unlawfully put in the Pound; from citizens, for a light at the corner of Los Angeles and Second streets; from O. W. Ohilds et al., prostesting against the opening of Ward street; from Mr. Oliver et al., to establish the grade of Boston street; from H. Fleishman, to use a part of the sidewalk for constructing a building; from P. Ballerino, for $2,000 damages for the destruction of his dam and fish; from property owners on Ocean street to widen the same; from J. Haizlip to have line of Chavez street defined; from Thos. Bates, for the re numbering of the houses in the city; from P. Botsllo, for damages caused by the construction of the Downey avenue bridge; from J. D. Harvey, for rebate of taxes; from W. D. Rodgers, to establish tbe grade of Lake Shore avenue, from H. L. Pinney, for street lines; from Geo. F. Bixby, for rebate of taxes; from J. D. Guerro et al., indorsing the petition of an inspector of mead; from C. B. Holmes, protesting against a street grading assess ment ; from P. Bachman, to use the fence around the Corporation yard; from H. C. Register, to have a grade fixed on Courthouse street; from A. J. King et al., asking that exceptions be made to them in the City Cemetery ordinance; from C A. Dunsmoor et al, asking that tbe city connect with the proposed Ninth street extension, as provided for by the Supervisors; from property owners on Patton street, in reference to street grade; from property owners on Sunset avenue, to have same accepted. A bill from the State Board of Forestry for $800 for trees furnished the Park Commissioners, was referred to the Fi nance Committee, tbe Chairman of which said he thought the trees were to be free. Street Superintendent Morford reported that it would cost $8,000 to build the ap proaches to the Ninth-street bridge, and he recommended that the bridge be abandoned, as it would be useless to con struct the approaches unless the Utah Railroad Company build its levee. Mr. McLain said that the Bridge Com mittee had the matter in charge, and would attend to this affair in good time. The matter was then dropped. The Council then adjourned. C*ood Newa for tbe Public. The cheapest place in the United States to live. The St. Angelo, Grand avenue, near Temple, is now prepared to take guests either by the day, week or month for less than any other house (location, cooking and service considered) in Amer ica. No Cbintse employed. Our chef, Mr. C. L. Busath, is considered the best cook in California. Now is the time to make rates for the Bummer. Our loca tion is by far the best in Los Angeles. Come and see. W. W. Buckingham. The Most Effective Baths In the world are mnd baths aa given at Arrow head Springs. Price for the coming summer reduoed to SI each. See advertisement In an other columu. Tbe "King" Tinted Lead.—Ten gal lons oil to the 100 pouuds. P. H. Mathews, agent, corner Second and Los Augeles streets. Shiloh's Consumption Cure. No. 1. This is beyond question the mos. successful Cough Medicine we have ever sold. A few doses invariably cure the worst cases of Cough, Crouo and Bronchits, while its wonder fnl succees in the cure of Consumption Is with out a parallel In the history of medicine. Since Its first discovery It has been sold on a guar antee, a test which no other medicine can stand. If you have a cough we earnestly ask you to trylt. Price 10 cents, 50 cents and $1.00. If your Lungs are sore, Chest or Back lame, use Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Sold by C. F. neinze man. Byspepsia and Liver Complaint. Is It not worth the small price of 75 cents to free yourself of every symptom of those dis tressing complaints, if you think so call at our store and get a bottle of Shiloh's Vitaliier. Every bottle has a printed guarantee on it, use accordingly, and 11 It does you no good It will cost you nothing. Sold by C. F. Heinieman. TINTS et Foy's harness tinop, 2t7LosAngele« street. For a disordered liver try Beecham's Pllli. QhildrenGry forJPitcher's Castor® Mullen, Bluett & Co. N. W. Cor. Spring and First Sts. Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats, Etc., Etc. ATTENTION, EVERYBODY ! It will be to your interest to take notice of the inducements we offer to insure your patronage. We have set aside large lines of honest Summer Clothing for Men and Boys, and have marked them at prices that will surely take. OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL 8 O'CLOCK. MULLEN, BLUETT & CO. IHISCE<.I<ANEOI)S. SPIIIGMDSIIKR GORDAN BROTHERS THE LEADING TAILORS 22 8. SPRINC ST., 22 Los Angeles, Cal. BRANCH OF SAN FRANCISCO HAYING JUST RECEIVED FROM ENGLAND 1 URGE CONSIGNMENT OF WOOLENS BEING THE PROPERTY OF An Over Stocked WOOLEN HILL In Order to Dispose of Same They Will Make SUITS TO ORDER AT Reduced Prices! GOODS SOLD BY THE YARD TO THE TRADE AT MANUFACTURING PRICES. al33m JOE POHEIM THE TAILOR. Makes tho Best Fitting Clothes In tho State at 25 per cont less than any other Tailor on the Pacific Coast. Suits made to FB om er $25-i° Pants made n Bg£* 6^? 203 Montgomery Street, 724 Market and ill ;» & 1112 Market St m FRAnHSCO. 105,107 and 109 Santa Clara Street, m josb. 49 and 51 South Soring Street, and 263 North Main Street, LOS ANGELES. 1021 ft 1023 fourth Street SAIWEGO. GASOLINE STOVES AT COST. To close out my stock I make a reduction on each Stove and Oven of tH.oo. F. E. BROWN, a2tf No. 44 South Spring street. NOTICE. THB LOB ANGELES OITY WATER 00. WIU strictly enforce the following rule: The hours for sprinkling are between 6 and 8 o'oloek a. at. and 6 and 8 o'clock r. at. For a violation of the above regulation tho water will be ahat off and a An* of two dollars will te charged before water wUI te turned on Watt. HOTELS AND RESTAU RANTS. Arcade Hotel, At 8. P. Arcade Depot, Fifth Street, LOB ANGELES. S. REIN HART, Prop., (FORMERLY OF THE UNION DEPOT HOTEL) I am thankful for past patronage, and want to see my old friends and patrons at my new headquarters, where the best and finest rooms con be had on the European plan. The table Is not surpassed. The location Is the most convenient, aa street cars leave every three mlnntes for all parts of the city. It Is especially convenient for those wishing to transfer from one train to another, or from this depot to the California Central (Santa Fe), or from the California Central to this depot. Street cars run between the depots, or you can walk in eight minutes. You save trouble and money, as I will take care of your baggage and re-check It. If you wish a quiet place to sleep, you will find this Just the house, as there are no night trains and It is away from the noise and bustle of the more central part of the city. Rates—With board, $3 per day and npward. Rooms, without board, $1 per day and upward. Special rates by the month. al 2 lm Arrowhead Hot Springs! 2,000 feet above sea, 70 miles from Los An geles, 6 miles north of San Bernardino. Moun tain Sanitarium, Mineral, Vapor and Mud Baths. Tourists and invalids will now find amid the most attractive surroundings, above fog and dust, all essentials to comfoit, content and cure Excellent table, recent improvements in mud baths; prices reduced for summer months. Resident physician, postofilce and telephone. Stages meet trains at depot, San Bernardino. AddressWM. M. TISDALE, manager, for lith ographs, circulars and terras, or B. F. COULTER, cor. Second and Spring, Los Angeles. m3l 3m A SUCCESSFUL. CHANGE. "THE CLIFTON," At the corner of Fort and Temple sta.. under the new management, is now the best private hotel In the city. The rooms, both single and en suite, are large, sunny and well furnished, and its table unequalled in the city. The kitchen is under the direct management of the famous chef, F. De Russle Smith, a cook of thirty-five years' experience, and In that capacity has served both Grant and Garfield; has also been chief cook on Paciflo and Atlantic Ocean steamers, and was a chief In the Union Paciflo dining car service for six years. Its convenience to business adds greatly to Its popularity. Breakfast, 6:30 to 8:30; Lunch, 12 to 2; Dinner, 6 to 8. Summer rates now In force. a 6 lm No Chinese Employed! THE QUAKER - RESTAURANT, Reopened at 148 S. Spring St. YOU ARE INVITED. MEALS, 25 CENTS. Removed from 23 Temple Street. W. H. TRIPP, Prop. a7-lm Santa Monica Pavilion. RESTAURANT and FAMILY RESORT ECKERT it HOPF, Proprietors. FISH DINNERS A SPECIALTY. a22tf BRANCH OFFICE OF THE F. THOMAS PARISIAN Dyeuv aad Cleaning Works ISO South main Street, Opposite Third Los Angeles, Cal. Dyers and Finishers of all kinds of Fabrics. Ladles', Gents' and Children's Clothing, and articles of every description Dyed and Cleaned at reasonable charges. CURTAINS AND BLANKETS DONE UP. SHELF GOODS A SPECIALTY. Central Office and Works, 27 Tenth at, San Francisco. MAKE NO MISTAKE! See that the wagon is marked the "F. THOMAS," a6tf ~WffllriandX Phelps, General Insurance Agents, 134 N. MAIN ST., LOS ANGELES, Represent the following companies: FIRE— Union Fire Insurance Co. of Ban Francisco, State Investment aud Insurance Co. of San Francisco. Alta Fire Insurance Co. of Stockton LIFE— Brooklyn Life Insurance Co. of New York. ACCIDENT— Pacific Mutual Life and Accident Insurance Co. All Losses Promptly Paid. a 23 3m Look and Read T If you wish to sell or buy Second hand Fur niture, Carpets, or Trunks, Be sure and give us a call. We hare In stock a large variety of goods too numerous to men tion, all of which we offer cheap for cash, or will sell ou Installments. W. P. MARTIN A BRO., No. 349 8. Bpring st. Lock box, 1921. HEAI, EBTATBt EXECUTORS' SALE. Valuable Farm 3263 ACRES ON BRANNAN ISLAND BELONGING TO THE ESTATE OF THB lata DR. F. ZEILE, situated In Sacramento county about one mile below and opposite tbe town of Rio Vista, fronting about one mile on the Sacramento river and extending along the north bank ol Seven-Mile slough nearly three and a half miles, and Including valuable Im provements, such as houses, barns, warehouse, etc., with aome personal property. About 700 acres now under a lease which expires Decem ber, 1890. —ALSO,— 1061 acres, more or less, situated on ANDROB ISLAND, at the junction on Georgiana slough and tbe Moqnelumne river, with about two and a half miles of navigable water frontage. These lands are thoroughly reclaimed, con venient to market, and are unsurpassed for productiveness by any In the State. To be sold subject to the approval of the Pro bate Court Bids will be received at the office of the ex ecutors, 137 Montgomery street, Ban Francisco, where maps of tne property may be seen ana such further Information had as may be re quired. O. LIVRRMORB, E. H. TAFT, Executors. Ban Francisco, February 25,1889. m2tf SPECIALS SISTERS OF CHARITY TRACT—6 lots, 90x105 each, for $4000 FLOWER ST., between Ninth and Tenth Sta., 50x155 to alley; per ft 60 FIRST ST., BOYLE HEIGHTS, bet. Chi cago and St Louis sts , west of new cable engine-house, per ft. 80 HOPE ST., Cameron tract—soxlso to alley 2200 ELLIS AYE., south side — 45x150 to alley 1350 BLISS TRACT, near New Wolfskin Depot-Per ft 30 BURLINGTON AVE.,Bonnie Brae tract— 50x150 to alley 1500 I'or tnese and many more ace POMEROY <fc GATES. IS till «T STREET. Largest and newest list In theteity. RAMONA"! The Gem of the San Gabriel Valley. Only Three Miles from City Limits ot Lot Angeles. Property ol San Gabriel Wine Co.. Urlg-lnal Owners. LOCATED AT SHORB'S STATION On line of B. P. R. R. and San Gabriel Valley Sapid Transit R. R , From 10 to 15 minutes to the Plasa, Loa An geles City. CHEAPEST SUBURBAN TOWN LOTS, VILLA BITES, OB ACREAGE PROPERTY POPULAR TEEMS. PUREST SPRING WATKB Inexhaustible quantities guaranteed. Apply at Office of BAN GABRIEL WINE CO., Ramona, Los Augeles county, Oal. Or to J. M. TIERNAN, Ramona. a7tl HOMES. FINEST QUALITY OF FRUIT LANDB NEAR Los Angeles at reasonable prices and on liberal terms to ACTUAL SETTLERS. Eight thousand acres now subdivided (17,000 acres In all) in Ban Fernando Valley, from 8 to 12 miles from the Plata, into 5,10, 20 and 40 acre tracts, ranging from $25 to $150 per acre, and on such liberal terms that any one can own a home. A fruitful soil, easily cultivated; a healthy and delightfnl climate; excellent schools and churches; two railroads. With Los Angeles markets for everything raised on the farm, these lands offer Inducements to settlers that oannot be duplicated. Also, a Stock Range of 1,250 acres, only four miles from city limits, at a very low figure Can be subdivided into two or three ranges. For maps, prices and terms apply to PROVIDENCIA LAND WATER AND DEVEL OPMENT COMPANY, Rooms 8 anl 9, Bryson A Bonebrske Biock ajj tf Farmers, Attention! Horse Rakes. Horse Rakes. We have an hand a few of tbe beat One and Two-Horse Rakea ever brought to this market, which we are Closing Out at $15 and $18 each. Call and ace them. Brown & Foster Hardware Co.. 36 SOUTH BPRING BT. A3 lm d*w FOE FINE BUGGIES —AUD— carriages; —OO TO— XL GIESE, Tn Fabk iMFLBKaOT D SALS a, 44 to 48 M. Los Angeles St. Los Angelas. WALTON & WACHTEL Wholesale and Retail Dealers In FURNITURE Ot ALL KINDS. At Lowest Possible Rate*. 314, SIS and SIB South Spring St.. Bet Third and Fourth Sts. m 8-tf storage and Commission. WOOD AND Ll'ltl BEX YARDS. CLARK & BUMFIIREYS, LUMBER DEALERS, SAN PEDRO ST., NEAR SEVENTH. Are selling lnmber at the following prioes, owing to the removal of the Ban Pedro-Street Railroad: Hough Oregon Flue, S2O VI., Rougn Redwood, OSO RU, No. 1 Hnmboldl Sulnsrles, SB.SS Jl. flnrt Lnmber at accordingly low prices. ao-lm P. O. Box. 1,235. Telephone, 178. NEW ELOTJSF.. Wagon Material, Hardwood, Iron, Steel, Blacksmiths' Coal and Tools, Cabinet Woods, etc. JOHN WIGMORE <& 00. 13 and 15 Noutu Loa Angeles Ktreat. al tf BCHALLEET-<iANAHL I.UrtIBER COMPANY. MAIN OmOl AND TABD— Corner First and Alameda Street*, LOS ANGELES, OAL. BRANCH YARDS— East Loi Angelea Lnmber Yard, oor. Hoff aad Water streets. Washington-street Lnmber Yard, oor. Washing ton street and Grand avenue. Garvansa Lumber Yard. Garvansa. JZStf J. A. H bndbbsok President. J. R. Smobb Vloe-Pres. and Treas. Wm. F. Marshall Secretary. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ' LDMBER^OMPANI. LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL. Office and yard, 180 East First St., Los Angeles Jal9-tf J. M. Griffith, President, H. G. Stevenson, Vice-Pres. aud Treas. T. E. Nichols, Sec y. E. L. Chandler, dapt. J. M, GRIFFITH COMPANY, LUMBER DEALERS. And Manufacturers ol Doors, Windows, Blinds, Stairs* Mill work of every description. 638 N. Alameda St., 1-aa Angeles. al-tf KKBCRHOri-CIlilKB Mill and Lumber Company, Wholesale and Retail Dealer* 111 Hi IT M B EH! Yards at San Pedro (Wharf), Lot Angelea ' (Main office), Pomona, Paaadena, Pnenta, La in anda, Monrovia, Aausa, Glendora, Lords bnrg, Burbank. Planing Mills at Los Angelea, Pomona, Mon rovia. aSMj Western Lnmber Co. tabd: Cor. Nintk and San Pearo Streets. LTJHBII of all class can be had at this yard. . : a6-tf B. D. BOXBLL. A. BOBBXL ROZELL BROS., —DBALBBS IN — Lnmber and Huildine Material. Yard oorner Main and Jefferson Sta., Telephone No. 7A5. Los Angeles, Oal, alStl PERRY, MOTT & COS Lumber Yards AND PLANING MILLS, N0.78 Commsrnlal Street al-tf Shorthand x \ Telegraphy Day and Evening Sessions. Best Methods. Skillful Teachers. Lowest Rates Situations Erse. LONGLEY A WAGNER, Room 1, No. II W First SUeet . THE BAMMAM BATHS, A 70 South Main street, „, flßi Under Dr. Royer's dlrec- tlon baa become a popular ]B£Br V institution. Ladles'depart , AVBajTa a ment open from Ba. at. to 1 fr B6p. M. Gents' department V. Aw; open night and day and no WAV v Am c harges for gentlemen bath- en remaining over night. c 8 Trap bagen, B. M'gr. "mmff>'*" m2B 3m A LARGE ASSORTMENT Lord Fauntleroy Caps —AT— The Corset Emporium, 221 SOUTH SPRING ST. fa! 9 lm ÜBT YOUR CLOTHING BenoTdted.Dyed,Repaired * Altered AT TIB OLD BBLIABLB Los Angeles Steal Dyeing & Cleaning Co. OFFICE, NO. 3 ARCADIA STREET, Opp. Wells-Fargo Express Office. Dyeing, Cleaning and Repairing of every des cription. aIS lm* GUBTAVB MASQUKLIXR, Manager. 3