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THE NORTHERN CITRUS BELT.
It Transforms the Citrus Fair Into a tieneral Exhibit. A good deal of curiosity has existed among the frnit raisers of thia section to see how the people of the northern part of the Btate would make use of the money given them by the Legislature for a Citrus Fair. The total aum appro priated was $10,000, of which $6,000 was to go to the southern part of the State, the line being drawn above Kern county, and $5,000 to be used by the northern part. It was decided to apply only one half of this sum, $2,500 in each case to the separate fairs, reserving the rest for a fair next year. The money is to be used for premiums alone, the other expenses to be paid by gate receipts and by subscription. Now considerinc the very small acre age planted to oranges iv the northern part of the State, it has been a serious Question as to what the northerners would o with all this money. At the first meeting of the committee which has charge of the southern fair it was de cided to use all the appropriation, that is to say $2,500, for premiums on citrus products alone. Other things would be admitted to the fair, but no prizes were to be offered for them. The committee having charge of the fair at Oroville of the "Northern Citrus Belt" have now come out with a circular, in which they state what premiums are to be offered. The list is as follows: Oranges—Best individual exhibit—lst, $100; 2d, $90; 3d,580: 4th, 170; sth, $60; 6th, #50; 7th, $40; Bth, $30; ihh. $25; 10th, $20; 11th, $15; 12th, $10; 13th, $7.50; 14th, $5; 15th. $2.50. Best twelve budded, grown by one parson—lst, $10; 2d, $7.50; 3d, $5; 4th, $3; sth, $2.50. Best twelve Beadlings. grow.i by one person—lst, $10; 2d, $7.50; 3d, $5; 4th, $3; sth, $2.50. Best county exhibit of citrus and semi-tropic fruits—lst, $250; 2d, $100; 31, 975; 4th, $50; sth, $25. Best exhibit of bud ded oranges, by grower—lst, $50; 2d, $30; 3d, $20; 4th, $10; sth, $5. Lemons—Best Individual exhibit—lst, $25; 2d, $20; 3d, $15; 4th, $10; sth, $5. Limes— Best individual exhibit—lst, $20; 2d, $15; 3d, $10. Bananas—Best Individual exhibit—lst, $5; 3d. $2 50. Shaddocks and Pnmalos—Best individual ex hibit—lst, $5: 2d. $3; 3d, $2. Olives—Best individual exhibit—lst, $10; 2d, $7 50; 3d, $5. OUve Oil—Best individual exhibit of oil pro uuoed in district—lst, $20; 2d, $15; 3d, $10. Persimmons—Best individual exhibit—lst, S5; 2d,53:3d, $2. Pomegranates—Best individual exhibit—l st, S3; 2d, $2; 3d. $1. Grapes—Best individual exhibit—lst, $5; 2d, S3; 3d, $2. Kaislns—Best individual exhibit—lst. $20; 2d, $15; 3d, $10; 4th. $5; sth, $2.50. Dried figs—Best individual exhibit-Ist, $15; 2d, $10; 3d, $5, Dried Prunes—Best individual exhibit—lst $10: 2d, »7 50; 3d, $5. Dates—Best individual exhibit-lst, $5; 2d, $2.50. Dried fruits—Best Individual exhibit by pro ducer, other than raisins, fits and prunes—lst, $25; 2d. $20; 3d, $15; 4th, $10; sth, $5. Preserved and Canned Fruits—Beet in dividual exhibit—lst, $50; 2d, $25; 3d, $20; 4th, $15; sth, $10 Apples—Best individual exhibit—lst, $15; 2d, $10; 3d, $5. Pears—Best individual exhibit—lst, $10; 2d, $5; 3d, $3 Almonds—Best individual exhibit—lst, $10; 2d, $5; 3d, S3. * English Walnuts—Best Individual exhibit lst, $10; 2d, $5; 3d, $3. General exhibit—Largest and most varied Individual exhibit—lst, $50; 2d, $30; 3d, $20. Minerals—Best Individual display- Ist, $20; 3d, $15; 3d. $10. Natural woods, dressel or polished—Beet ex hibit—lst, $10; 2d. $5; 3d, $3. Floral—Beet Individual exhibit—lst, $15; 3d, $10; 3d, $5. Most tastefully arranged exhibit of citrus fruits by individual—lst. $50; 2d, $30; 3d, $20. t Nuts—General exhibit by Individual—lst, $25; 2d, $10. This list of articles in a "Citrus Fair" will be read by fruit-raisers of this sec tion with a good deal of interest. The intention of the bill was evidently to pro vide for an exhibition of citrus products, and not for an ordinary State fair. By dividing the State into two parte, the Legislature, it is thought, wished to call out the emulation of the two sections, so , as to produce the best results in the way of an exhibit of citrus fruits. To this end the committee on the Los Angeles fair , has voted to allow the products of the citrus raisers of the northern part of the State to enter for competition; but the Oroville people, on tbe other hand, have decided not to admit southern citrus ! fruits into their fair. The Oroville fair will open on January 7th, and last five days. The Criminal Urlat. Judge Cheney had a long list of cases i before him yeßterday, mostly to be reset. J. P. Goytino will be tried for forgery January 6th; Wm. Lanegan will be re tried for murder January 13th; W. F. Wheeler will be tried for murder January 20th, Sam Kee January 25th, Walter Wooley January 26th, for assault with a deadly weapon; C. F. McDonald Jan uary 28th, and J. F. Bedwell January 30th. The Montaflo cases came up nnder indictment 635. The motion to quash was denied, and the 23d instant set to plead. On indictment 671 the motion to quash was granted, and the matter re ferred back to the Grand Jury for Buch action as may be deemed proper. There are a few little technical laws in the form of the indictments. All the alleged culprits in these fraudulent warrant cases seem to be running against time to get their cases staved off until after the Grand Jury shall have adjourned, when a big effort will be made to set aside the in dictments on just such grounds as the above. And then if they ever are tried, an effort will be made to convict Frank Lauterio first, so aa to discredit his testi mony against all the others. New Cases. John Farrell asks for the probate of the will of Michael Kelleher, rained at $250. James Orr, as the executor of the will of M. W. Orr, sues F. T. Merithew to foreclose a mortgage given to secure a note for $2,252.50. James Hammell snes Joseph Weisiger and others to foreclose vendor's lien on a piece of real estate. The amount dne is $8,803 82. A. L. Burbank sues L. W. Dennis and John P. Sanborn and the San Gabriel Land and Water Company for an ac count, and that said L. W. Denr>in, John P. Sanborn and F, D. Sanborn be adjudged to pay said Burbaqk $96,000. JUarrlasre Licenses. The following marriage licenses were issued yesterday: W. F. W. McDowell, a native of Wis consin, of La Ballona, aged 27, to K. Sanford, a native of California, of Bal lona, aged 18. Edward Kern, a native of lowa, of this city, aged 29, to Alice Geary, a native of Vermont, of this city, aged 28. Pullman Fastengers. The following Pullman passengers left for the north and East yesterday on the 1:40 p. m. train: J. Shear, H. F. Doug las, Mr. Wolfskill, H. P. Strickland, J. W. Pleasants, Mifß J. L. Grant, S. Girard, E. D. Sandell, H. B. Simpkins, J. A. Kettlewell and S. Guard. California Pharmacy, southeast oorner Main and Fifth streets. Tourist supplies. Prescrip tions prepared at all hours, day sad night. Children Cry forJPitcheils^astoriai THE LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD: WEDNESDAY MORMffG, DECEMBER 18. 1889. FINANCE AND TRADE. Financial. BXOHANSB BBVIBW. New York , Deoember 17.—Stock! today were dull and stagnant lor tbe general Uat, and the only features were supplied by a few stocks which were sabject to special Influences. The sensation of the forenoon was the msnlpulatlon of Sugar Refineries, In which there was sup posed to be a squeeze of shorts going on. The price of the stock, however, while it opened at 63, was soon sold down to 61, and while the buying demand was brisk and a premium ol % percent, was exacted oyer ihose sold in the regular way, there was a heavy Belling In stock in early trading at sellers' options of three days, at as much difference as one per cent, from tbo regular prices. The market olosed dull but strong at about tbe best figures. Ore gon Short Line advanced 3%, Consolidated Gas 2%, Denver, Texas and Fort Worth Bur lington and Chicago Oas 1V 8 . Government bonds were dull and steady. Petroleum opened strong at 104%, and moved tip to 105, 'hpn tho price declined to 10t'.,, but the market closed firm at 104%, Stock Exchange—Opening, 104%; highest, 105; lowest, 104!.,: closing, 104%. Consolidated Exchange—Opening, 101' i; highest, 105*; lowest, 104^: closing, 105H- Total sales, 441,000 barrels. If ON BY QUOTATIONS. Haw Tobx. iiecember 17.—Honey on call easy; at 5@7 per cent. s Prime mercantile paper, 6®7Kc. Sterling exotiange—Quiet and firm; 60-day bills, $4.80*; demand, Bar silver, 95% c. per ounce. San Fbancisco. December 17.—Silver bars, 96086*0. per oaace. arOOKS AND BONDS. Nkw York. December 17. -Closing quota tions: 0.8.45, coop 126 iN.P. Preferred.... 76% 0.8.45, reg 127 Northwestern... .111% U. S. 4%5, reg ... 104% N. W. Preferred..l4ol? 0. 8. 4U5,00np...104% N. V.Central 107% Pacific Us. 116 Oregon Imp't 46% imorloan Ex. ...113 Navigation 100% .'ar-afla Pacific. 72% Transcontinental. 34% lanada Son 55% Pacific Mail. 34% ? ntralPsc) 33* Reading 89% 3»,'bit.r.,, 146* Rook Island. 0 8 0. L. A W 137% Bt. Paul 70% oa»verAßloGr..lls* StLonlaAß. 14% tele 27% St. Paul A Omaha 33 lane A Texas... .111 Texas Pacific 19% Lake Shore 97% Union Paolflo 69% 1. AVI 86* U.S.Express 83 jfloh Central 97* Fargo 138 Hlssoarl Pacific. 66* Western Union... 83% Northern Pac... 32% Am. Cotton 0i1... 30% Boston, December 17.—Closing prices: A. T. first 75..... 116 I Hex Cent 00m.... 18 vATRR 134 Mcx Cen Ist mbs 69% Barl A Qoinoy,... 106% I ian Diego L'd 00. 19% limine stocks. Nbw York, December 17.—Mining shares were as follows: Caledonia B. H.sl 20 Horn Silver ... .fl 50 Crown Point .. 125 Ontario 34 50 Con. Csl. &Va.. 4.30 Plymouth 2.90 Deadwood 1.40 Javage 140 El Cristo 1.30 lierra Nevada.. 1.55 Hale A Noreross 225 Union Con 2.10 Homestake 9.00 hah Franciaco, December 17.—The follow ing are the dosing prloes; Best A Belcher.s2.3s Peerless $ 20 □hollar.: 2.15 Potosl 180 Crocker. 15 Ophir 3.05 Confidence 3.5" Savage 1.40 Uould&Curry.. 130 Sierra Nevada.. 1.75 Hale A Noreross 2.35 Union Con 2.10 Peer 10 Yellow Jacket.. 1.70 ttram man-nets. DOMESTIC. Bas Fbancisco. December 17. — Wheat- Dull. Buyer, season, $1.35% per cental. Btrley—Neglected. Corn—Large yellow, 95c. per cental; small yellow, $1.00; white, $1.00. FOREIGN. i.ivsrpool. December 17.—Wheat—Steady; demand fatr: holders offer moderately. Corn—Quiet; demand poor. Wool market. Philadelphia, December 17.—Wool—Un changed. New York, December 17.—Wool—Steady; Domestic fleece, 32@38c. Boston, December 17.—Confident and strong tone in wool market, without any speculative feeling. Territory, Texts and California wool* are moving at unchanged prices. In pulled wools there have been sales; choice super, 39(8 40c; lair to good supers at 30(ta35c.; and ex tras pulled, 22@230. Foreign wools firm, lion era l mrrxeta. Nbw York, December 17.—Hops—Firm; fair demand. Coffee—Options closed barely steady 10@15 points down; lower cables quiet. Bales, 43, (50 December, $email@example.com; January, $15 90 (316 00: February, $16 00910.05; March, $16 firstname.lastname@example.org; May, $16 15&16 25. Spot Kio. easy and quiet; fair cargoes, 19%. No. 7, 17% c. Sugar—Raw; dull and nominal. Copper—Dull and steady. Lake, December, $13.90. Lead—Steady and quiet. Domestio, $13.75. Tin—Quiet and steady. Btraits, $21.25. OHiCAeo, December 17.—Whiskey—$1.02. Shoulders, $4.12*@4 25; short olnor. $5.00 @5.05; short ribs. January, $4 email@example.com. Pork—Steady. January, $9.25; May, $9.65. Lard—Bteady. December, $5.90; January, $5.90®5.92%. DAILY REAL ESTATE RECORD Published by tbo Abstract ana Title imnruace Company of boa Aa. rcica. Tussday, December 17, 1889, CONVEYANCES. Alexander Schelling to Andreas Mueller—N% of N% of SW% of Sec 17 T 2 S Rl3 W exnept pts conveyed 6 acres tv see 18T2BR13W; $3 600 Morris Kellar and Eunice Kellar to Mary L Ford—Und * lnt iv 8% of lots 1 and 2 blk 40, Pomona, auu personal property; $4,000. Mollle E Baldwin and H C Baldwin to Mary Eva Brokaw—Part of, lot 7 blk A.Pickering Land and Water Co's sub John M. Thomas Ranct>e;sl 500. Alex Schelling to Gottfried Schelling—Lot 23 blk 10 Park trt; $2,500 Sylvia M « wan and J F Swan to Mrs Bu.sn E Maynard— Lots 39 and 41 blk 1 Wright's sub Sisters of Charity trt; $1,800. Telfair Orelghtou to George Gehrkens—Lots 87 and 88, Waverly trsot; $1,500. John J Smith to J E Fisk—Lots 7 and 8, Wright tract; 55.800. G W Tubbs to A C Shafer and L D Lanterman —Lota 12 34 5 6 and 41, block A, Shafer & Lanterman Bub of Throop property; $2,500. A C shafer and F D Lanterman to Mary E FltiwllUam—Lots 1 2 3 4 5 6 and 41, block A shafer A Lanterman sub of Throop property; $2,500. Harris Newmark to H Meyers—Lot 13, block 4, Bent'ey A Crippea sub of E% of lot 7, block 38, H 8; $1,000. Mary E titzwllliam to A C Shafer and F D Lanterman —Lots 1 2 and 3, black E, and lot? 3 4 an d 5, block G, Shafer & Lanterman's sub of Montague tract; also lots 71 snd 77, Shafer A Lanterman's resnb of Dimmlck tract $2,500. 8 C HubbeU to Maurloio Bantongs—Certifi cate of redemption of lot com on W side of Upp t Main street, 69 feet from Marchessault street; $2,235. F D Lanterman to A C Shafer—Und % lnt in lots 3, 4 and N 10 feet of lot 5, block O, Bhsfer & Lanterman's sub of Montague tract; a so und V. fnt in lot 77, Shafer A Lanterman's re sub Dlmmlok tract: $1,000. Jno A Pirtle to Mark T Berry—Lots 9, 10,11 and 12, Rose trsct; also 2 acres commencing st intersection of Jefferson street and Compton road; $7,000. . Same to Mrs Helen Berrr—Lots 13,14,15,16 and 54, Rose tract; $2,550. Jennie C Rochester, Wm D Smith and John W King by M G Aguirre, Sheriff, to Savings Fund and Building Society, of Los Angeles— Lot 19, block 3, Cornwell A Green*, sub City View traot, m r book 15, p 41; 1.760. R C Shaw and Lena L 8b aw to R W Poin dexter—Lot commencing at SW corner of lot 19, bock O, Mott tract; $2,500. SDMMABY. Number of transfers above $1,000 eaoh, 17. Amount, $45,735. Number of transfers nnder $1,000,10. Amonnt, $3,810. Number of uomtnal transfers, 14. Total amount of considerations, $49 545. 1 Note—Transfers nf whtcb the consideration la toss than $1,000 are not published in the above list Wntcli-Kepalrlug- and Diamonds, Setting a specialty, at S. Conradi, 21 North Spring street. _ For Sale. Fine, stylish, polished oak cart, made by It. M. Bingham & Co., Borne, N. V.; front and back seat, carrying two to four light persons; height of wheel, 42 Inches; height of body from floor. 301ncbes; lengtb of sbaft front of bar, 6 feet 2 Inches; for small horso, 13 to 15 hands high; has been slightly used; Is offered at a bargain. Hawlbt, Kiko A Co., Los Angeles snd Bequena streets. Unequalled—login brand condensed mitt Grave Cause for Anxiety Exists when the kidneys lose their activity. Prompt measures should be taken to renew it, otherwise Brlght's disease, diabetes, or some other orgmlc trouble, Is to be apprehended aa a consequence. Hosteller's Stomach Bitters is a most desirable dtureiic as its stlmulstlve ac tion v pon these organs never crosses the border line of safety and merges into irritation, as do many >timulants used for the same purpose by tbe careless and unlnstracted. Tbe stimuli of commerce, fiery and unmedicated, are not suitable corrective agents in a case like this. They excite without producing a permanently desirable result. The "Just medium" between them and an Ineffectual diuretic is the Bit ters, which Is also a specific for malarial com tilaints, dyspepsia, constipation and rheuma tism. Consumption Surely Cured. To the Editor:—Please Inform your readers that I have a positive remedy for Consumption. By its timely use thousands of hopeless cases have been permanently oured. I shall be glad to send two bottles of my remedy tree to any of your readers who have consumption if they will send mo their Express and P. 0. Address. Respectfully, T. A. SLOCUM, M. 0.. 181 Pearl It.,N.Y. A Surprise at the Surprise. A large millinery house In New York just in bankruptcy sends us 100 dozen fanny feathers at 5, 10 and 25 cents each; goods worth 50 cents to $1 each. 100 dozen bunches ostrich tips at 10 and 15 cents each; worth 50 to 75 oentseach. 100 dozen felt hats at 30 to 75 cents eaoh. All goods sold at these prices for one week only, at the SURPRISE. 144 8. Spring street, Wholesale Milliners. $30 to $60 per Acre For choice agricultural lands, 22 miles from Lo- Angeles, In Anaheim Homestead tract. Abundance of water; dose to schools, churches, condensed milk factory, ets. Parcels to suit; easy terms. Stanton & Co., 12 S. Fort st Our Home Brew. Philadelphia Lager, fresh from the brewery. In draught In all the principal saloons, de olvered promptly in bottles or kegs. Office and Brewery. 238 Aliso street. Telephone 91. Try Elgin brand condensed milk. John Embrya,4l Bonus Fort street, for a good broiled steak. Beechara's Pills act like magic on a weak stomach. Superior to All—Elgin condensed milk, fjsie "fierman Family" soap. AUCTION IU,B«. GRAND : AUCTION! 20 North Halm Street, Commencing Monday, December 16, 1880, and continuing Every Afternoon and Evening. The Largest, Finest and Beat Selected Stock of Watches, Clocks, Diamonds, Opera Glasses, Musio Boxes, Swiss Carvings, Jewelry of every description, la Southern California, from the stock of L M. WAGNER & €0. These goods were purchased for their retail trade and are all first-clase in every respect. Seati will be provided for the Ladles, and they are especially invited to attend the after noon sales. THOS. R. CLARK, n2O-lm AUCTIONEER. W. E. BEESON'S —GENERAL— Auction and Commission House, NOS. 119 and 121 W. SECOND ST. Peremptory Sales of New and Second-Hand Furniture WEDNESDAY, DEO. 18, SaTCRDAY, DEC. 21, At 10 A. M. and 3 r. X. AUCTION SALE OF HORSES AND CAB BIAGES ON SATURDAYS. BBM O. RItOAOEW. Auctioneer. 0 5-tf Neustadt & Pirtle, BROKERS, Real Estate aod Insurance Agts Buy and sell bonds, stocks, mortgages and other securities. Ample capital for any reasonable demand Loans negotiated on real estate and collat erals from $200 to $100,000—any time -cur rent rates, REAL ESTATE, We wonld like the list of all parties having property for sale in or near the city Buyers call for our list, you will find something to suit yea. Business, resident, suburban, acreage, lm proved and unimproved. Bpeolal attention given to the collection of rents and the care of property. Refor, by permission, to First National Bank, and National Bonk of California. NEUSTADT dc PIRTLE, 27 W. Second St. Burdick Block. nlO Sm 53.00 Far One Dozen Finest Finished Cabinet Photograph*. We guarantee them to be as flne aa any made in tbe city. Come curly wi h tbe babies N. B.—Parties holding contract tickets on other galleries will be allowed $1.00 on their erder. WESNER, 21 West First street, bet. Main and Spring. nl9-6m O. B. FULLER & CO. I Successors to MoLaln h Lehman.) Pioneer Truck and Transfer C s >. No. 8 Mabxjst St., Los Ahssijcb, Oal. Safeaad PianoMoviae. All kinds of TruekWr-n LIGHT EXPENSES MAKE LOW PRICES. If you want Bed-Rook prices on Holiday Goods •all on S. A. WIDNEY, At the old stand, 22 N. Main st Toys, Wagons, Albums, Games, Books etc , at prices below i ompetitlon. dg 18 FOR MEN ONLY! M DIKITIVF For LOST or FAILING MANHOOD; R rUSI IHE General anJ NERVOUS DEBILITY AITTTJ X* Weakness of Body and Mind: Effeofc \j \J XV XJ 0 f Errors or Exoessoe in Old or Young. nobo«t. Xo»l« atKHOOD hilly lieitiir.il. lion lo Mann «"'' Rrr.MnrOtoa WKAK.tmnKVBLOPSDORGANS Si I'AliTSol BODY. Ali.ul il.lj nnrnlllne HOSE TRKATHIKNT—Bcn.SU In • da), torn le.tlfc tram tl Hti|l,-,i, Ti'i-rlterlM, .nd F.r.UnCmintrln. Ynuran write tb.w. Book, full ftntbnation, and pro«r. malt.. (wahdj rr«» Add™. CRIE MECitiAL CO., BUFFALO, H. 1 eel ,'ndAw tt Buffering from the effects of youthful errors, early decay, wasting weakness, lost manhood, eto.. I will send a valuable treatise I sealed) containing full particulars for home cure, FREE of charge. A splendid medical work; ehouldbe read by every man who is nervous and debilitated. Address., Prof. F« C FOWLED, Bfoodus, Conn. * nl 12m OFFICII!.. (New Series.) AN ORDINANCE DECLARING THE INTENTION OF THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF LOB ANGELES TO ESTARLIBH THE GRADE OF RES ERVOIR BTBEET, FROM ALVARADO STREET TO THE WBBT CITY LINE. The. Mayor and Council of the City of Loe Ange les do ordain at follows: Sec. 1. That it is the intention of the Council of the oity of Los Angeles to establish the grade of Reservoir street from Alvarado street to the west city line, as follows: At the west line of Alvarado street the grade shall be as now established, 164.00. At a point 300 feet west of the west line of Alvaraao street the grade shall be 203.50. At a point 400 feet west of the west line of Alvarado street the grade shall be 215.00. At a point 500 feet west of the west Itne of Alvarado street the grade shall be 218.00, At the intersection with Gladstone stieet tbe grsde shall be 213.50 on the southeast corner and 211 50 on the southwest corner. At the intersection with Girard street tbe grade shell be 197.00 on the southeast corner, and 195 00 on the southwest corner and a point in the north lino of Reservoir street op posite thereto. At a point 620 feet west of the west line of Girard street tbe grade shall be 142.50. At a point 820 leet we.t of the west line of Girard street the grade shall be 137 50. At a point 1,120 feet west of the west line of Girard street the grade shall be 135 00. At a point 1,320 feet west of the west line of Gtrard street the grade shall be 130.00. At a point 1,820 feet west of the west line of Girard street tbe grade shall be 100.00. At a point 1,620 feet west of toe west Une of Girard street the grade shall be 96.30. At a point 2,020 feet west of the west line of Glr-ml street the grade shall be 95.00. At a point 2,120 feet west of tbe west line of Girard street the grade shall be 97.50. At a point 2,480 feet west of the west Une of Girard street the grade shall be 130.00. At a point 2 540 feet west of the west line of Giraid street the grade shall be 132.50. At a point 2,620 feet west of the west line of Glrsrd street the grade shall be 131,30. At a point 2820 feet west of the west line of Girard street the grade shall be 118.70. At the Intersection with.the right of way of the Los Angeles and Pacific railroad the grade shall be 117.50. At the southeast corner of Highland street and a point in the no-th side opposite thereto, the grade shall be 120.00. At the southwest corner of Hfghland street and a point in the north side opposite thereto the grade shsll be 123X0. At the southeast corner of Robinson street and at a point In the north aide opposite thereto the grade shall be 149.50. At the sonthwest corner of Robinson street and at a point in tbe north side opposite thereto the grade shall be 152.50. At the Intersection with Michel Toreno street the grade shall be 180.00 on the east side and 183.00 on the west side. At a point 120 feet west of the west line of Michel Toreno street the grade shall be 194.00. At a point 200 feet west of the west line of Mtchel Toreno ttreet the grade shall be 197.50. At the intersection with Maltman avenne the grade shall be 187 50 on the east side and • 185.00 on the west. At the intersection with Imogen avenue the i grade «' all bo 171.00 on the northeast corner, aud 168 40 on tbe northwest corner. At the Intersection with Lucile avenue the 1 grade shall be 154 80 on tbe northeast corner, < and 152 20 on the northwest corner. At the intersection with Hedding street the grade shall be 150.50 on the southeast oorner, < and 147.50 on the south west oorner aud a point in the nortb side opposite thereto. At the intersection with Hyperion avenue : tbe grade shall be 129.00 on tbe northeast cor- , ncr and a point lv the south side opposite ■ thereto, and 126.00 on the northwest oorner and a point in the south side opposite thereto. | At the intersection with Hudson street the grade shall bo 123.00 on the southeast corner, | and 120.00 on the southwest corner and a point opposite thereto in the north side. At the intersection of DeFries street the grade • shall be 102.00 on tbe northeast corner and a point in the south tide opposite thereto, and i 99.60 en the northwest corner and a Dolnt In ; tbe south Bide opposite. I At the intersection with Abe street the grade \ shall be 92.50 on the southeast corner and a ] Solntinthe north side opposite thereto, and ■ 9.50 on the southwest oorner and a point in j the not th side opposite. \ At the into'section with Manzanlta avenue ■ the grade shall be 80 00 on the northeast cor ner and a point in the sonth side opposite thereto, and 77.50 on the northwest corner and a point in the south side opposite. At the intersection with the west city line the frade shall be 75 00 on the south side, and 3 80 on the north side ol Reservoir street. Elevations are In feet and above city datum ; plane. ; Bsc. 2. The City Clerk shall certify to the . passage of this ordinance, and shall cause the same to be published for ten days in the Los Angeles Daily Herald, and thereupon and thereafter it shall take effect and be in force. I hereby certify that the foregoing ordinance Wati adopted by the Council of the cfty of Los Angeles at its meeting of December 2, A. D. j FREEMAN G. TEED, \ City Clerk. ! Approved this 6th dnv of December, 18S9. HENRY T. HAZARD, \ dBlot Mayor. ' ASSESSMENT NOTICE. LO3 ANGELES AND PACIFIC RAILWAY I COMPANY, LOCATION OF PRINCIPAL PLACE OK BUBINEOB, LOS ANGELES j CITY, CALIFORNIA. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AT A meeting of the Board of Directors, held on the 25th day of November, 1889, an assess ment of two dollars and fifty cents (s2.so'per i share was levied upon the capital stoik issued of the corporation, payable at once to the Secretary, at his office, room 3, Burdick Block, N. E. corner Second and Spring streets, Los An geles, Cal All stock upon which this assessment shall 1 remain unpaid on tbe 28th day of December, 1889, will be delinquent and advertised foi sale at public auctlo , and unless payment 1 made before, wl'l be sold on Saturday, tho 11th day of January, 1890, to pay the delinquent as sessment, together with costs of advertising and expenses of sale. By order of the Board of Directors. S. P. REEB, Secretary. n2B 30t ' PROPOSALS j FOB TBE ERECTION OF THB ADDITIONS TO THE AMELIA-STREET SCHOOL HOUSE. PROPOSALS WI r L BE RECEIVED BY THE ' undersigned up to 11 o'clock a.m. of Mon day, the 2:>d day of December, 1889. for tbe ereotion of the additions to thi Amelia-street 1 sobool house, in accordance with plans and ' specifications on file in the offioe of tho under signed. a certified check for $400 must accompany each bid, as a guarantee tbat the bidder will enter into the contract if awarded to him 1 The Council reserves the right to reject any and all bids. By order of the Council at its meeting of Dec. ! 9th, 1889. FREEMAN G. TEED, dll lot City Clerk. NOTICE OF STREET WORK. NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT, ON \ Monday, the 9tbdav of Deoember, A.D. 1889, tbe Council of the City of Los Angeles did at a regnlar meeting, pass a resolution of its in tention to pave with porphyry, the ourb to be of cement (except the cement or granite ourb already laid between said points), Walters street In tbe City of Lob Angeles, from the west line of New High street to the east line of Buena Vista street, and mc tiding all Inter sections of streets, according to plans snd specifications or file in the office of tbe City Clerk, for paved streets with porpb ry, to which said Resolution No. 479 reference is hereby made for further particulars, W. E. MORFORD, Btreet Superintendent By Geo. R. Flint, Deputy. dls tit NOTICE OF STREET WORK. NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON Monday tbe 9th day of December, A. D. 1889, the Council of the city of Los Augeles did, at a regular meeting, pass a resolution of its intent!, hi to pave with porphyry the cuib to be of cement (except the cement or granite curb already Ltd oetweeu said points), Waiters street, in the oity of Los Angeles, from the west line of Alameda street to the east line of Cppe Main s reet, and including all lntenections of streets, a cording '0 plans and specifications on file In the offlce of the City Clerk for paved streets wi h porphyry, to which said Ordinance No. 478 reference Is hereby made for further particulars. W. E. MORrOBD, Street Superintendent By Geo. R. Flint, Deputy. d! 5 6t NOTICE. UNITItD STATES LAND OFFICE, LOS Augeles, Cel., November 9, 1889. Complaint having been entered at this office by Lucieu Reymonl again't Charles A. Barne for abandoning his H mestead EutrvNo. 3,319, dated May 16 h, 1887, upon the X* of NH'., aud BW>4 of NE* and NWJ4 of BE% Beotlon 8. l'ownshi|>4 north. Range 15 west 8 B. M.,ir los Amelia county, California, with a view tv the oauci llation of said entry, the sa d parties are her by summoned to appear at this office on the 20th day of December, 1889, at 10 o'clock a m., to respond and furnish testimony concerning said alleged abandonment H. W. PAITON, nSO 30t' Register. LKUAL,. IN THB SUPERIOR COURT OF LOS ANGE- Iea county, State of California. Daniel Halladay, plaintiff, vs. W. O. Benedict H. Hammond, 8. C. Arnold, E. A. Mote, W. I Keese, W. W. Benedict, H. A. Church, I. Wei ington Gardner, A. L. Moye, R. E. Strang, W M. Pierson, D. W. Smith, W. B. Wlnans, Fred Hick Bauerie, Jacob Bauerie, D. S. Collins, E. 8 i, Rouse, CatherineF. Burdick, C. A Bradley R. H Dibble, George Hayford, Edith M. Rouse I. C. McClurg, 11. W. Stutchell, J. W. Gelbel, W if. Smart, assignee ol the estate of Stutchell 6 Jelbel, insolvents, M. L. Willits, A. A. Toland VI. D. Painter, J. C. Studebaker, J. D. Chamber tn.George Patterson, s. H. Basher, J. H.Painter Ft. Forney, N. W. Dickson, John M. Stewart, E. >\ Ellis, Sadie G. Kcrshner. C. C. Shaw, Jeunit Arnold, City of Santa Ana W. B. Wlnans, guar ilan of Mary E. Wlnans, a minor, MaryE. Wi lans, a minor, Elizabeth B. Allen, Edward H. ickerson, George H. Barse, J. H. Collins, Dillic K. Church, Richard Lauxen, J. W. Maxwell, L. a. Mitohener, J. F. Mueller, W. G Pollock, F. i. Pollock, Thomas B. Peet, J. B. Rolston, Mrs, inns B. Repp, Miss Mary M. Shields, 8. F. Smith, Robert Thompson, G.. D Viles, Deborah ;. Pierson, J. H. Msley. John Doe, Richard Roe, hfsry Doe and Jane Roe, defendants. The People of the State of California send freetlng to W. G. Benedict, H. Hammond, S. C. trnold, E. A. Mote.W. t Keese,W.W. Benedict. I. A. Church, I. Wellington Gardner, A. L. tfoye, R. E. Strang,W. M. Pierson, D. W. Smith, V.B. Wlnans, Frederiok Bauerie, Jacob Bauerie, J. S. Collins. E. 8. 8. Rouse, Catharine F. Bur lick, C. A. Bradley, B. H. Dibble, George Ho v. brd. Edith M Rouse, J. C. McClurg, H. W Stutchell, J. W. Gelbel. W. M. Smart, assignee if the estate of Stutchell St Gelbel, insolvents, i. L. Willits, A. A. Toland, M. D. Painter, J. i. Studebaker, J. D. Chamberlain, George Pat ersou, 8. H. Basher, J. H. Painter, H. Forney 4. W. Dickson, John M. Stewsrt, B. F. Ellis, ladle G. Kershner, C. C Shaw, Jennie Arnold. Jity of Santa Ana, W. B. Wlnans, guardian of itary E. Wlnans, a minor. Mary E. Winans, s nlnor, Elizabeth B. Allen, Edward H. Acker on, George H. Barse, J. H. Collins, Dlllle M. Ihnrch, Richard Lauxen, J. W. Maxwell, L. H, i ltchener, J. F. Mueller, W. G. Pollock, F. S. 'ollock, Thomas B. Peet, J. B. RolstoD, Mrs. tuna B. Repp, Miss Mary M. Shields, S. F. Smith, Robert Thompson, G. D. Viles, Deborah ; Pierson, J. H. Maley, John Doe, Richard toe, Mary Doe and Jane Roe, defendants: You and each of you are hereby required to ppear in an action brought against you by the ibove named plaintiff In the Superior Court ol he County of Lob Angeles, State of California, md to answer the complaint filed therein with n ten days (exclusive of the day of service.) .iter the service on you of this summons, if erved within this county; or if served else there within thirty days, or Judgment by lefault will be taken against you, according to he prayer of said complaint. This action Is brought by the plaintiff agatnst ou, alleging that there is due and unpaid ipon the agreement hereinafter referred to, root defendant, W. G. Benedict, to him, a large urn of money, and to foreclose said agree ment in writing, bearing date the 27th day of lUgust, A. D, 1887, and reoorded In the offlce f the County Recorder of the said County of .os Angeles on the 31st day of October, 1887, a Book 321 of Deeds, at pages 241 et seq,, a opy of which agreement is set forth in the omplalnt herein, and in which agreement the aid plaintiff contracted to sell, and the said efendant, W. G. Benedfct, contracted to buy torn ihe plaintiff, upon the terms and condl lons in the said agreement Bet forth, all of tiat certain parcel or lot of land situated in the lancho Santiago de Santa Ana, County of Los ,i geles. State of Californfa, and bounded and escrtbed as follows, to-wit: Commencing at a point on the east line of lantel Halladay's land 330 feet south of the ortheast corner of said land; said northeast orner is sitnate in the center of First street on he north line of Section 18, Township 5, Sooth lange 9 west, running thence south 111 I rods hence east 24% rods to the west line of land ormerly owned by D, H. Samls, thence sonth long the west line of said land 131% rods, lore or less, to the north linn of land now or rjrmeity owned by J. and R. McFsdden, thence rest along the north line of safd land 97* ods, thence north 131% rods, more or less, to le southwest corner of land formerly owned y Frances Denney, thence east along the south ne of said land 48% rods to the southeast orner of said land, theuce north along the east ue of said Denney tract 111% rods to the north ne of Walnut street as laid out through land }rmerly owned by M. D. Halladay, thence east long the north Hue ef said Walnut street 24% ods to the place of beginning. In the said action, the plaintiff' prays Jndg lent against you, and that In and by said ldgment the court adjudicate and determine le amount of the balanoe to be paid to the lalntiff by said W. G. Benedict, for and on coount of said agreement to purchase said md, and thst the court fix the time within rhlch the amount of the balance shall be paid y the said dtfendant, Benedict, to plaintiff; hat said defendant, Benedict, be required by he court to make such payment within the ime so fixed, and that in the event of the fail ire on his part to make suoh payment, that he nd all of the other defendants herein be fore losed of all their riiiht, title and interest in nd to any and all claims upon the lands de crlbed in the said agreement, and not pre iously conveyed, as shown In said complaint; nd that the plaintiff may recover of the de ?ndant W. G. Benedict, his costs of sutt, and lay have such other and further relief as to tie court may seem proper. Reference is had to complaint for further articular*. And you and each of you are hereby notified hat if you fall to appear and answer the said omplalnt, as above required, the said plaintiff rill cause your default to be entered, and the lain tltr will apply to tbe court for the reliu emanded In the complaint. Given under my hand aud the seal of the 8a- perior Court of the State of Calif ur seal. : nfa, in and for tbe county of Los An- geles, this 19th day of July, in the ear of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred nd eighty-nine. CHAS. H. DUNSMOOR, Clerk. By D. E. Adams, Deputy Clerk. "Endorsed:" V. Montgomery and Hutton ASwanwick, ttorneys of plaintiff. 0c26 2m SUMMONS. No. 11,877. "N THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE L of California, in and for the County of Los .ngeles. C. B. Boyes and C. E. Crowley, partners doing usiness nnder tho firm name of Boyes St rowley Plaintiffs, vs. D. A. Bascom J. C. >cloy and M, J. Hathaway, Defendants. Actton brought in the Superior Court of the tate of California, in and for the County f Lob Angeles, and the complaint filed in said onnty ot Los Angeles In the office of the lerk of said Superior Court. The people of the State of California send reeting toD. A. Bascom, J. 0. Deloy and M. . Hathaway, defendants. Yon are hereby required to appear In an ao :on hrouoht against you by the above named lalntiff in the Superior Court of the State of alifornf a, in and for the County of Los Angeles, nd to answer the complaint filed therein, -1 thin ten days (exclusive of the day'of service fter the service on you of thts summons, if erved within this county; or if served elso rhere, within thirty days, or judgment by de ault will be taken against you according to he prayer of said complaint. The said action is brought to f oreclot c the len agatnst lot 15, blcck 9, Los Angeles fm rovement Company's subdivision in the city f Lob Angeles, county and State aforesaid, for rading Alabama street in front thereof. The mount clafmed fs $235.26, with interest, ttorneys'fees, and oost of suit. Reference is .ad to complaint for particulars. And you are hereby notified that if you fall o appear and answer the said complaint ac hove required, the said plaintiff will oause •our default to be entered and wtll apply to he court for the relief demanded lv the omplalnt. Given under my hand and the seal of the luperlor Court of the State of California. In ,ud for the County of Los Angeles, this 23d day if November in the year of our Lord, one housand eight hundred and eighty-nine. j .heai,] CHAB. H. DUNSMOOR, Clerk. By F. B. Fanning, Deputy Clerk. Jones <b Carlton, Attorneys for Plaintiffs. d 4 wed2m EXAMINATION OF TEACHERS. NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THI semi-annual examlna' ion of teachers wil oe held in the Assembly Room ot the Norma ■school, corner of Grand avenue and Fiftt trei t, beginning on Monday, December 23 1889, at 1 o'olock p. m. All applicants mus do present at the beginning ot the examiua ;ion. The subjects upon which an examlna ion is required for Primary Grade Certificate are as follows: 1 Arithmetic. 2. Orthography. 3. urammar and Composition. 4. Geogripby. 5. U. H. History. 6 >"ord Analysis. 7. Physiology. 8. Penmanship and Bookkeeping (single en try). 9. Industrial Drawing. 10. Vocal Music. 11. Methods of Teaching. 12. Reading. 13. Entomology. 14. School Law. 16. Civil Government. All teachers now holding temporary certif "»tes and all applicants for the renewal of cci ideates should file their applications and on denttala with tbe Secretary on or before Dt comber 20, 1889. By order of the County Board of Ednoatloi W. W. BEAM AN, decStd Secretary. 7 OFFICIAL.. NOTICE OF THE FILING OF THE REPORT OF THE OOKMIB SIONESS APPOINTED TO WIDEN OCEAN STREET, IN COMPLIANCE WITH ORDINANCE NO. 342 (NEW SERIES), TOGETHER WITH THE PLAT OF THE ASSESSMENT DISTRICT. NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THB Commissioners appointed to assess benefits and damages, and to bare general supervision of tbe proposed work of widening Ocean street, have died fn the office of tbe undersigned a report, together with a plat of the assessment district. All persons interested are hereby required to show came, if any they have, on or beiore Wed nesday, the Bth day of January, A. D 1890, why such report should not be confirmed by the Couuoil of tbe city of Los Angeles. Ah objections must be In writing, and filed with the Olerk of said City Council, FREEMAN G TEED, Oity Clerk aud ex-oflieio Clerk of the Council of the City of Los Angeles. Los Angeles, December 9,1889. d 9 lOt NOTICE TO CREDITORS^ PLEASE TAKE NOTICE THAT ON THE 6th day of January, 1888, C. A. Brenham assigned to the undersigned his property for th* boneflt of bis creditors, and all persons having claims against the assignor are hereby required to exhibit them, with the neccs try voucbers, and verified by the oath of t c credi tor, to the assignee at bit place of business, viz., at the Mayor's office, in the city of Los ngeles, California. ALi.s Angeles, Dec. 9,1889. d!7tf W. W. ROBINSON, Asslgree. PROBATE HOTICE. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT, STATE OF California, County of Los Angelea—is. In th* matter of tha estate of Catharine Ingham, deceased. Notice for publication of time for proving will, etc Notice it hereby given that Friday, the 3d day of January, 1890, at 10 o'clock, a. m.,cf safd day, at the court room of this Court, De partment Two thereof, corner Franklin and New High streets, In the City of Los Angeles, County of Los Angeles, and State of California, have been appointed as the time and place for hearing the application of Alice Marlette, pray ing that a document now on file in this Court, purporting to be the last Will and Testament of the Bald deceased, be admitted to probate, that letters testamentary be issued thereon to Alice Marlette, at whioh time and place all persona interested therein may appear and contest the same Dated December 18th, 1889. C. H. DUNSMOOR. County Clerk. dlTlOt By M. J. ABHMORE. Deputy. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION OF TIME FOR PROVING WILL, ETC. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT, BTATE OF Californta. County of Los Angeles, ss. In the matter of the estate of John W. Broaded, deceased. Notice is hereby given that Thursday .the 19th day of December, 1889, at 10 o'clock a. m. of said day, at the court-room of this Court, De partment Two thereof, corner of Franklin aod New High Streets, in the City of Los Angeles, county of Los Angeles, and State of California, have been appointed as the time and place for hearing the applica tion of Anne Frances Broaded praying that a doenment now on file in this Court, purporting to be the last will and testament of the said deceased, he admitted to pro bate, and that letters testimentary be issued thereon to Anne Frances Broaded. at whioh time and place all persons interested therein may appear and contest the same. Dated Deoember 7th, 1889. CHAS. H. DUNSMOOR, County Clerk. By F. E. Lowry, Depnty. Stephen M. White. dB-12t NOTICE TO CREDITORS. ESTATE OF D. MAHLSTEDT, DECEASED.— Notice Is hereby given by the undersigned executors of the estate of D. Mahlstedt, de ceased, to the creditors of aud all persons hav ing claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within ten months after the first publication of this no tice, to the said executt.rs at the offlce of Joseph Maier, No. 238 Aliso street, fn Los Angeles City, the same being the place for the transac tion of the business of said estate, In said Gounty of Los Angeles. JOSEPH MAIER, HENRY MBRZ, Executors of the estate of D. Mahlstedt, de ceased. Dated at Los Angeles, Cal., tbis 7th day of November, 1889. nIS-wedst W. C. FUKRtY Builders' Hardware Full Stock at Lowest Prices. The finest stock of GARDEN HOSE In tho city. LAWN SPRINKLERS In every variety. PUMPS for destroying the scale bag a specialty. THE MODEL GRAND RANGE, the leader ol them all. METAL ROOFING and SANITARY PLUMBING a specialty. Will the public kindly give mo a call. 59 and 61 N. Spring St. 116 S. Fort St o2otf I Laeey, Dixon £ Co.'s B 1 Steam Carpet Cleaning \ g WORKS. 55 OS 311 South Fort St.. cor fourth H < Q 0 Telephone 576. Los Angeles, Cal. m a > 2 Carpets token up, cleaned and Ire-laid 2 £ same day if necessary. Bordering and 91 m re-fitting a specialty. ? Prices reasonable. Satisfaction guar anteed. d92m WHY BCFFFR WITH It 1111 Jl atlam? when th chances are nine In ten that a course of mud baths at Arrowhead Springs will work a euro. Do Not Delay—Every day of procrsstlns tion may put off tha hour of release from pain by weeks and months. The Cost is trifling when oompared with doctor's fees, druggists' bills and damage to business. Hheumatlam rarely yields to medicines. The treatment by mineral waters Is the most rational and effective known. 'Che Arrowhead Hot Springs) aro tbe finest mineral waters in Southern Califor nia, and the Arrowhead Hotel is the best kept sanitarium. Take tho morulng train for San Bernardino, where an Arrowhead stage meets It at the depot; or for descriptive circulars, terms and references write to WM. M. TIS DALE, Arrowhead Springs, Calif. dl lm BAKER IRON WORKS. 542-64 Buena Vista St. H<ob Angeles. Sonthern Pacific Qronßr'B. Telephone 124. n22 F. B. BROWNE, The "Old Reliable" Dealer in Stoves and House FumisMng Goods Has removed to No. 30 South Main street, op posite Mott Market, • all and see one of tbe. largest stocks of goeds fn my line in the city. Lower rent enables us to sell goods cheap, dll lm F. E. BROWNE. F. HANIMAN. Telephone 188. P. O. Box 537. LOS ANGELES FISHING CO. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in FISH, t.ArMK AND MHI.THI! All kinds of OYBTEBB always on hand. Stalls 9, 11, 13. 16, 18 and 20, Mott .'Market, Los Angeles, Oal. dls 5m THE F. THOMAS PAKISIAN Dyeing and Gleaning Works, ISO Sonth main Street. DYERS AND FINISHERS OF ALL KINDB OF FABRIO9 CURTAINS WAND BLANKETS DONE UP. 1 nl7