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FIRST-STREET GRADE.
A Compramlte Agreed I poll ky tbe
Property Owners.
An adjourned meeting of tbe commit
tee representing the First-street property
owners who are interested in establish
ing a satisfactory grade for that thor
oughfare, was held yesterday morning at
the rooms of the Board of Trade. The
following persons were present: M. L.
Wicks, L. N. Breed, J. H. Dockweiler,
A. M. Hough, John Kieffer, H. Sinsa
baugh, C. H. C. Corhell, J. H. Brown,
A. James, W. W. Robinson, Alfred
Biles and M. W. Connor.
M. W. Connor waß asked to act as
Secretary, and was approved by thoee
present.
Mr. John Kieffer requested Mr. A. M.
Hough and others to express their rea
sons for objecting to a grade of one to
eleven hetween Hill street and
Bunker Hill avenue, which Mr.
Hough did, and the matter
was thoroughly discussed and a
compromise decided upon, as follows:
That the grade of one to eleven, pro
posed in the former meeting, be changed
according to a profile which was pre
sented to the meeting by J. H. Dock
weiler; commencing at Fort street a
grade of one to fourteen to the center of
the block between Fort street and Hill
street; thence one to eleven to Hill
Street; thence a rise of six feet across
Hill street, the slope of the sidewalk be
ing the same as the slope in the street;
a grade of one to ten from Hill to Olive;
thence a six-foot rise across Olive street;
thence a grade of one to ten to Grand
avenue, with a rise of six feet across
Grand avenue; thence to Bunker Hill
avenue, at 404; thence sloping six inches
to the west; thence from Bunker Hill
avenue, at 403>2, to east line of Hope
street, at 394; tnence in a straight line
to east line of Flower street, at 388;
thence dropping four feet crossing
Flower street; thence in a straight line
to the east line of Pearl street, at 354;
thence sloping four feet crossing Pearl
street, to the east line of Beaudry street,
at 320; thence in a straight line to the
east line of Beaudry avenue or Canal
street, at 315, or tbe present established
grade of said Canal street, the said grade
herein described being the same desig
nated on the profile by red lines, the
inside line of the sidewalk between
Grand avenue and Bunker Hill avenue
on the south side, and on the west side
of Grand avenue remaining tbe same as
at present.
Also that the City Council be re
quested to dismiss tbo present condemn
ation suit, which is based on a grade of
one foot rise in 7}- feet, and institute at
once a suit of condemnation making each
party owning property on First street,
between Fort and Beaudry avenue, and
on the intersecting streets within one
block of said First street, and D. F. Don
egan, defendant therein, to grade First
street on a grade at no point steeper than
one in ten, as shown in the accompany
ing description and profile; all of which
was the sense of those present. Tbe
meeting then adjourned.
I nlvorfiiij' Place.
Editors Herald—At the University
chnrch Sunday morning, a large congre
gation greeted Rev. Nicholas Morjiatian,
who was born at the foot of Mount
Ararat. The reverend gentleman is of
dark complexion, fine form, brilliant
eye, ready wit, and apparently about 26
years of age. He is a fine specimen of
manhood every way, and keeps a con
gregation in the beet of humor by his
fine presence, eloquent etyle and com
mon eenee and scintillations of wit. In
the evening he described how, through
the influence of an American missionary,
he was converted to Christianity, result
ing in bis making his way to America,
and presenting his letters of introduction
to Bishop Wiley, of the M. E. church.
The description of his journey, his
struggles with poverty and the difficulties
of making himself understood, being able
to speak just two words of the English
language (Bishop Wiley and Springfield,
Ohio) was amusing in the extreme.
He feels an intense interest in his coun
try,and proposes very soon to go back to
tell the glad tidings of a free and full
salvation.
He recently graduated at the Ohio
Wesleyan University, receiving license
to preach the gospel.
At the close oi his morning's discourse
the pastor took the annual missionary
collection, amounting to over $200. The
audience also contributed liberally
toward his independent mission to his
countrymen.
Interesting meetings are being held at
the college chapel in the afternoons by
Mr. Baford, an evangelist laboring in
the interests of the colleges, under the
auspices of the Y. M. O. A. He will go
from here to labor in colleges in the
northern part of the State.
Building is still going on. The Cool
block is naaring completion.
Mr. McConnell is just breaking ground
for a two-story' residence on Athena
street, nearly opposite Dr. Matthew's.
U. N. I.
New Cases.
J. H. Ritchie asks to go into voluntary
insolvency. He owes about $400, and
his homestead, exempt from execution,
is valued at $4,000.
The people of the State sue'T. M. Rus
sell to foreclose his right to certain
school lands, on which there is due
$103 72, with $50 33 interest, and for the
costs, $10 attorney's fees, and $55 for
advertising' suit.
E. C. Bchobel asks to go into voluntary
insolvency. He owes $3,000 21, and has
personal property valued at $1,787 50.
Daniel Freeman sues Daniel Griswold
to foreclose vendor's lien to real property
on which there is due $5,805.24.
A Witty Customer
Went to a drugstore and asked for 80ZODONT.
The storekeeper said, "We're ont of that, but
here is something just as good." The practical
customer said, "No you don't, and walked out
to a neighboring store and got a bottle of BOZO
DONT.
For Sale.
Fine, stylish, polished oak cart, made by R.
M. Bingham & Co., Rome, N. V.; front and
back seat, carrying two to four light persons;
height of wheel, 42 inches; height of body
from floor, 30 inches; length of shaft front of
bar, 6 feet 2 inches; for small horse, 13 to 15
hands high; has been slightly used; is ottered
at a bargain.
Hawlbt, Kino & Co.,
Los Angeles and Rcquona streets.
Our Home Brew.
Philadelphia Lager, fresh from the brewery,
In draugnt in all the principal saloons, de
oivered promptly iv bottles or kegs. Offloe and
Brewery. 238 Allso street. Telephone 91.
Removal Notice.
H. B. Young, architect, has removed from
No. 21 South Spring street to Rooms 12 and 13
California Bank Building, corner Seoond and
Fort streets.
Butter, Butter. Morrison Bros.,
Agents for the best dairy on the Coast; 40 cents
a roll. Corner Fort and Third streets-
Sohmer pianos and Estey organs.
Liberal terms and prices at G. E. Day's
music store, 8 N. Spring street.
Beccham's pills cures nervous ills.
THIS LO*ANGERS DAILY HERALD: TUESDAY» MORNING JANUARY 14. iB6O.
FINANCE AND TRADE.
Financial.
bxchansb bmvibw.
New York, January 13.—Stocks ware quiet
today, with the usual preponderance of a few
stocks In the amount of business done, and a
general sagging tendency carried prices down
fractionally in the general list, while the com
mon stocks were again positively weak, and in
some of them material losses were scored
Beading was the great center of interest, and
tke dissatisfaction over the course of its affairs
was shown in the pressnre of the long stock for
sale in the early dealings. Sugar refineries
was the only really strong stock, and stands
alone this evening in showing a material im
provement. Toward the close the covering of
shorts caused a slight rally iv the general list,
and the market closed quiet and firm on a
rally.
Government bonds were dull and steady.
Petroleum opened steady at 104%, and fell
to 104% on light trading. A reaction then set
in, and the close was firm at 104%.
Stock Exchange— Opening, 104%; highest,
104%; lowest, 104%; closing, 104%.
Consolidated Exchange — Opening, 104%;
highest. 104%; lowest, 104%; closing, 104%.
Total sales, 221.000 barrels.
SUSHI QUOTATIONS.
Naw Yobk. January 13.—Money on call
easy; at [email protected] per cent.
Prime mercantile paper, 5%@70.
Sterling exenauge— Quiet and firm; 60-day
bills, 84.82; demand, $4.86%.
Bar silver, 96% c. per ounoe.
*an Francisco, January 13.—Silver bars,
96jj96%c. per ounce.
STOCKS AND BONDS.
Nbw Yokk, January 13. -Closing quota
tions:
0. S. 4s, coup 126% N. P. Preferred.... 73%
J. 8. 4s, reg Northwestern 110%
IT. S. 4%b, reg ... 104% N. W. Preferred..l4l
0. S. 4%5, coup... 104% N. Y. Central 106%
t'aoiflcGs 116 Oregon Imp't 45%
American Ex. ...116 Navigation 100
Canada Paoiflo... 76% Transcontinental. 34%
Oanada Soo Paciflo Mall 37%
f i... 34% Reading 36%
3*. «L3t .„ 147% Rock Island. 97%
D. L. AW 136% St. Paul 68%
Denver A Bio Or.. 117 St.Lonls4B. P.... 16%
«rie 26% St. Paul A Omaha 33%
Jans 4 Texas.... 9% Texas Paciflo 21
Lako Shore 104% Union Paciflo 67%
1. AN 86% U. 8. Express 87
SClOh Central 95 Fargo 135
Miesonrl Pacific. 72% Western Onion... 83%
northern Pac- 31 Am. Cotton 0i1... 31%
Boston, January 13.—Closing prices:
A. T. first 7s 119k Mcx Cent c0m.... 18
44TRE 132% Mcx Cen Ist m bs 70
Burl A Qnlncy,.. .107 Isan Diego. .*. 17
MININO STOCKS.
Naw York. January 13.—Mining shares
wer ■ as follows:
Alice $1.05 Horn Silver ... $2 20
Caledonia B. H. 145 Iron Bilver 175
~on. Cal. AVa. 4.25 Mexican 2.00
Deadwood 1.45 N Belle Isle 1.05
■I Crlsto 1.40 Ontario 36 50
Homestake 8 50
Sisib markets.
DOMESTIC.
Saw Francisco, January 13. — Wheat-
Very dull. Buyer, season, $1.35% per cental,
buyer '90, $1.39%.
Barley—Nothing doing. Buyer, season,
90% c.
Cum—Large yellow, 97% c. percental; small
yellow, $1.10.
Ghicaso, January 13.-1:15 p. m. close—
Whoat—Higher. January, nominally,77c. per
bushel; May, 82c. bid
Corn—Firmer. January, 290. per boshel;
May, 31% c.
Oats—Higher. January, 20% c. per bushel;
May, 22% c.
Rye—January, 44%@%0. nor bushel.
Barley—Nominally [email protected] bushel.
FOBEIBN.
Liverpool, January 13.—Wheat-Firm;
demand improving; holders offer sparingly.
Corn—Firm: demand fair. New mixed
western, 4s. 3%d. per cental.
ENGLISH GRAIN REVIEW.
London, January 13.—The Mark Lane Ex
press says: The rb>e in the Bank of England
rate threatens holders with increased diffi
culty in carrying their corn, though little
symptoms of yielding are shown. The recent
warm weather is against good crops. Foreign
wheats steady. American, with the exception
of California, rather scarce. At today's market
the demand lor wheat was slack. Finer flour
was firm, but ordinary was weak Barley
steady. Oats 3d dearer. Corn steady, though
forward quotations for American were 3d
lowor.
General markets.
Nbw Yobk. January 13.—Hops quite steady.
Coffee—Options closed barely steady, [email protected]
points up. Sales, 21.500 bags. January,
$16.00: February, [email protected]; March,
*[email protected]; May, [email protected]; June,
$16 05. Spot Rio. firm and quiet; fair car
goes, 19%. No. 7, 17% c.
Sugar—Raw, quiet and t teady. Refined, fair
demand.
Copper—Firm and steady. Lake, January
$14.50.
Lead—Steady and quiet. Domestic, $3.85%.
Tin—Quiet and steady. Straits, $20.50.
Chicago, January 13.—Whiskey—$1.02.
Shoulders, $4.12%@4.25: short clear, $4.95
@5.00; short ribs, $4 [email protected]
Pork—Higher. January, *9 50; May, $9.90.
Lard—Higher. January, $5.80; May,
$6 05.
DAILY REAL ESTATE RECORD.
Published by tbe Abstract ana Title
Insurance Company off Los An.
|tlMi
Monday, January 13, 1890.
CONVEYANCES.
Henry Clement and Elijih Gay to Frank O
Cole—6 acres part of E% Sec 10, T 2 8, R 13
W; $6,000.
Louise Troyer to Jane Lamb Fant—Lot 11
block 2, Park tract; $5 000.
A J Weaiin and Mary L Wearin to Olive
We«rln—Lot 19, Myrtell sub Messiik tract;
$2,650.
eelden I Fr.rd to Louisa C Wilcox—Agree
ment to convey NW% ol BW% of lot 2 block D,
Phillips' add, Pomona, ana water rights;
$2,111.
Charles Gollmer to Louis Fchwarz-8% lots 4
and 5 block A, Illvnra A Vlgnolo tract! lot 7
block 2, O W Childs' 20-lot tract, part of block
54 Huber tract, lot com on W line of Wilruing
>on street, lot com on N line of First street,
und % lnt in lots 6 and 7, Kinney tract;
$18,000
Viola F Stone, Elhridge 0 Stone and Willard
D Learned to Otto F Brant—Part of lot 9 block
33, O S; $2 500.
Frank F Ward lo George F Gray and Harry N
Gray—Lot G or V block 119, Santa Monica;
$1,000.
Otto F Brant to Mrs Viola F Ptonc—Block 41,
Harrison, Curtis A Sweetzer subd part ot Ro La
Ballona, The Palms; $2,500.
Louis Sent"Usto Petra Feliz deSanchez—Part
of lot 6, blk 32, O 8; $2,000.
Petra Feliz de Sanchez to Louis Sentous—Part
of lot 1, blk 32, O 8; $2,000.
Charles T German to Q C Halsey—EW of 8%
of lot 5, Hutchinson sub lot. 16, Rn La Caflada:
also, commencing at 6E oor of N% lot 5 said
i übd : $1,150.
R Sherer to Frank O Cole—Lot 13 block 4
Shaw tract, misc rec, bk 19 p 45: also, lots x, 2,
15 and 16, blk B, Norton tract; $3,000.
A G Shafer and A 0 Daman to Mrs Jennie
Baker—Agreement to convey lot 16, Daman A
Millard tract; $1,650.
Mrs Jennie eakerto Ford W Baker—Assign
ment of above,
SUMMARY.
Number of transfers above $1,000 eaoh, 13.
Amount, $60,711.
Number of transfers under $1,000,12.
Amount, $5,710.
Number of nominal transfers, 17.
Total amount of considerations, $66,421.
Note—Transfers of which the consideration is
loss than $1,000 are not published in the above
Ust.
Sberwlu-Williams' floor aintsarethe
most reliable. P. H. Mathews, corner Second
and Main streets.
CLOTHING
FOR THE
HOLIDAYS!
Comprising almost everything for Gents, Boys
and Children at
Abernethy & Taft's, .
19 South Spring Street,
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THE HERALD has from its inception watched with a single eye
the budding industries of this portion of the State. For each good en
terprise this journal has at all times had a word of cheerful encourage*
ment. In spite of the skeptical, it has survived to see all of its earlier
predictions fullfllled to the letter.
THE HERALD to-day takes the lead in all respects among the
papers of Southern California. Its first care still is the material, intel
lectual and social interests of its section. It aims to be truthful rather
than over-zealous in its publication of news; to be conservative rather
than over-sensational, in its policy; to be clean and decent, respecting
the sacred precincts of the home and fireside, rather than indecently
salacious in its tone.
THE HERALD gets all the news from all quarters of the globe
with promptness accuracy and dispatch. Its local staff is energetic
and well-trained to misß nothing of real importance to its readers. It ia
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THE HERALD still takes pride in aiding any legitimate material,
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JOURNAL IN
SOUTH CALIFORNIA I
SUMMONS.
No. 11,877.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE
of California, In and for the County of Loa
Angeles.
C. B. Boyes and C. E. Crowley, partners doing
business nnder the firm name ot Boyes A
Crowley Plaintiffs, vs. D. A. Bascom J. c.
Delvy and M, J. Hathawsy, Defendants.
Action bronght In the Superior Court of the
State of California, in and for the County
of Los Angeles, and the complaint filed in said
County of Los Angeles in the olllce of the
Clerk of said Superior Court
The people ol the State of California send
greeting to D. A. Bascom, J. 0. Delvy and M.
J. Hathaway, defendants.
You are hereby required to appear in an ao
tion broueht against you by the above named
plaintiff in the Superior Court of the State oi
California, in and for the County of Los Angeles,
and to answer the complaint filed therein,
within ten days (exclusive of the day'of service
after the service on you of this sammons if
served within this county; or if served else
where, within thirty days, or judgment by de
fault will be taken against you according to
the prayer of said complaint.
The said action is brought to foreclo'e the
lien against lot 15, bltck 9, Los Angeles im
provement Company's subdivision in the city
of Los Angeles, county aud State aforesaid, for
grading Alabama street in Iront tbereof. The
amount claimed is $235 20, with Interest,
attorneys' fees, and cost of suit. Reference Is
had to complaint for particulars.
And you are hereby notified that if yon fail
to appear and answer the 'aid complaint as
above required, the said plaintiff will cause
yonr default to be entered and will apply to
the court for the relief demanded in the
complaint.
Given nnder my hand and the seal of the
Superior Court of the State of California, in
and for the County of Los Angeles, this 23d day
of November in the year of our Lord, one
thousand eight hundred and eighty-nine.
fSEALI CHAS. H. DUNSMOOR,
Clerk.
By F. B. Fanning, Deputy Clerk.
Jokes A Carlton, Attorneys for Plaintiffs.
d 4 wed 2 m
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE.
TOHN WOLFBKILL, PLAINTIFF, VS.
0 Thomas A. Lewis, defendant.—Sheriff's Sale,
No. 9,571.
Order of sale and decree of foreclosnre and
sale.
Under bnd by virtue of an order of sale and
decree of foreclosure and sale, issued out of the
Superior Court of the County of Los Angeles,
State of California, on the sth day of December,
A.D. 1889, in the above entitled action, wherein
John Wolfskin, the above named plait tiff, ob
taineda judgmentand decree'of foreclosu'e and
sale against Thomas A. Lewis, defendant, on the
s'h day of December. A. D. 1889. for the sum
of $4989.10, in lawful money of the United
States, which Bald decree was on the sth day of
December, A D. 1889, recorded in judgment
book 14 of said Con t, at page 292; I am com
manded to sell all those certain lots, pieces or
parcel of land, situate, lying and being in the
County of Los Angeles, State of California and
bounded and described as follows:
Lots numbered 17, 18, 19. 20, 21. 22, in
block twenty (20) and lots numbered eight (8)
and Dine (9), in block numbered two (2) of the
subdivision of the Rancho San Jose de Buenos
Ayres, acco>dlng to a map of said subdivision
recorded in book 26, pages 19 et seq., Miscella
neous Records of Los AngeUs county.
Lots forty (40) and forty-one (41), in block
nineteen (19) of the subdivision ot the Rancho
San Jose de tsuenos Ayres, according to a map
of said subdivision recorded in book 26, pages
19 et seq., Miscellaneous Records of Los An
geles county.
Pnblic notice is hereby given, that on Mon
day, the 20th day of January, A. D. 1890, at
12 o'clock m. of that day, in front of the Court
House door of tbe County of Los Angeles, on
Spring street, I will, in obedience to said order
01 sale and c eoree of foreclosure and sale, sell
the above described property, or so much
thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said
juognient, with Interest and costs, etc , to the
highest and best bidder, for cash, lawful money
Of the United States.
Dated this 27th day of December, 1889.
M. G. AGUIRRE,
Sheriff of Los Angeles county.
By A. M. Thobnion, Under Sheriff.
Smith, Winder A bMiTH, Atty's for plaintiff,
Dec2B Batß 4t
ASSESSMENT NOTICE.
LOS ANGELES AND PACIFIC RAILWAY
COMPANY, LOCATION OF PRINCIPAL
PLACE OF BUSINESS, LOS ANGELES
CITY, CALIFORNIA.
TtfOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AT A
U meeting of the Board of Directors, held on
the 25th day of November, 1889, an assess
ment of two dollars and fifty cents ($2.50 > per
share was levied upon the capttil Bnjck fowned
of the corporatioti, payable at once to the
Secretary, at his office, room 3, Burdick Block,
N. E. corner Second and Spriug streets, Los An
geles, Cal.
All stock upon which this assessment shall
remain nnpald on the 28th day of December,
1889, will be delinquent and advertised foi
sale at public auction, and nnless payment Is
made before, will be sold on Saturday, the 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.
8. P. REES, Secretary.
At a special meeting of the Board of Direc
tors, held Decemter 27. 1889, the time of
assessment becoming delinquent was post
poned until January 15, 1890; and the date of
sale on any delinquent stock was also post
poned to date i f January 29, 1890.
By order of the Board of Directors.
d 29 td 8. P. REGS, secretary.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT, STATE OF
California, County of Loa Angeles—ss.
Notice for publication of time for proving
will, etc.
In the matter of the estate of John H. Nord
hou, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that Thursday, the
23d day of January, 1890, at 10 o'clock a. m.
of said day, at th« court room of this Court,
Department Two thereof, corner Franklin and
New High streets, In the city of Los Angeles
County of Los Angeles, and State of California,
has been appointed as the time and place for
hearing the application of Jem Pouyfourcat,
praying that a document now on file in this
Court, purporting to be the last Will aud
Testament of the said deceased.be admitted
to probate, that letters testamentary of the
estate of said deceased be issued thereon to
Jean Pouyfourcat, at which time and place all
persons Interested therein may appear and
contest the same.
Dated January 10, 1890.
C. H. DUNriMOOR, County Clerk, i
By F. B. FANNING. Deputy.
Gage A Kokaut-, Att'ys for Petitioner,
jail lOt
ASSESSMENT NOTICE.
FULLFRTON LAND AND TRUST COMPANY.
Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of
the Board of Directors, held on the 6th day of
January 1890, an assessment of sixty cents
(60c ) per share, was levied ou tbe subscribed
capital stock ol the corporation, payable at
once to the Secretary, at his office, room 87,
Phillip's Block No. 1, northwest corner Spring
and Franklin streets, Los Angeles, California
All stock upon which this as>essment shall
remain unpaid on the 20th day of February,
1800, will be delinquent Mid advertised for
sale at public auction, and unless payment is
made before will be sold on Monday, tbe 10th
day of March, 1890, to pay the delinquent as
sessment, together with costs of advertising
and expenses of sale.
By order of the Board of Directors.
M. C. WEBTBROOK, Secretary.
ja9-thnrs-5t
STOCKHOLDERS MEETING.
THE ANNUAL MEHTING OF THE STOCK
holders of the Schallert-Ganahl Lumbar
Company will be held at tbe company's office,
northeast corner of First and Vine streets Los
Angeles. Cal., Tuesday, January 21st, 1890, foi
the purpose of electing a Board of Director-, to
serve during the ensuing year, and forf'e
transaction of such other business as may come
before the meeting. w. a. DRISCOLL.
_ , . Secretary.
Los Angeles Cal., Jan. 6,1890. ja7-td
STOCKHOLDERS MEETING.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCK
holders ol J. M. Griffith Company will be
held at the office of the company, No. 532 North
Alameda street, Los Angeles, Cal, on Monday
the 20th dayot January, 1890, at the hour ol
10 o'clock a. m.. for the purpose of electing a
Board of nirectors to serve during the ensuing
year, and the transaction .of such other
business as may oome before the meeting.
T. E. NICHOLS.
_ , , Seoretary.
Los Angeles. Cal., January sth, 1890. jas-td
DISSOLUTION of CO-PARJfiNERSHIP
THE CO-PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
existing in the City of Los Angeles, Cali
fornia, between H. Q. Wllthlre, C. C. Carpen
ter and W B. Wiishire, nnder the firm name of
WllshireACo., Is this day dissolved by mu
tual consent. H. G. WII SHIRK.
C. C. CARPENTER,
W. B. WILHHIRS.
December 23,1889. JaO-tanrs-ot
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THJ
county of Lot Angeles, Bute of California
D. B. Brearley, plaintiff, vs. Lizzie Baku
Thomas Kilpatrlck and William Riley d<
fend ants.
Action brought in tbe Superior Court of th
county of Los Angeles, Btate of California, an
the complaint filed In said county of Los At
Seles in the office of the Clerk of said Superlc
ourt.
The people of the Slate of California sen
greeting to Lizzie Baker and Thomas Klips
rick, defendants. •
Yon are hereby required to appear in a
action brought against yon by the abovi
named plaintiff in the Snperior Court of th
county of Los Angeles, State of California, an
to answer the complaint filed therein, witbi
ten days (exclusive of the day of service) afu
the service on yon of this summons, if serve
within this county; or, if served elsewheri
within thirty days, or judgment by default wi
be taken against yon according to the prayer <
said complaint.
The said action is brought to foreclose th
lien against lot 10, block 14, Pioneer Buildin
Lots Association Tract, in the city of Los Ai
geles, county and Btate aforesaid, created b
the assessment and warrant made by the Supe
intendent of Streets of said city for gradin
Sichel street, the amount of said assessmet
against said lot 10 being $102 36—for attoi
neys'fees and for costs of suit. Reference i
had to complaint for particulars.
And you are hereby notified that if yon fat
to appear and answer the ssid complaint a
above required, the said plaintiff will oaus
your default to be entered, and apply to th
court for the relief demanded In the complaint
Given under my hand and the seal of th
Buperior Court of the county of Los Angelet
State of California, tbis 25th day of Septembei
in the year of onr Lord one thousand eigb
hundred and eighty-nine.
fSEAL 1 CHAS. H. DUNBMOOB, Clerk.
By F. B. Fanning, Deputy Clerk.
Jones & Carlton, attorneys for plaintiff,
n 30 sat lot
NOTICE TO CREDITOR!?.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE OOUS
ty of Los Angeles, Btate of California.
In the matter of the estate of Bernard Cobi
deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the undersigned
Julius B. Cohn, administrator of the estate o
Bernard Cohn, deceased, to tbe creditors c
and all persons having claims against the sat.
deceased, to exhibit tbem with the necessar
vouchers within ten mouths after the first pub
Ucation of this notice to the said administrate
at his place of business. to-wL: the office of hi
attorney, Stephen M. White, rooms 11.12 ant
13, Temple block, l.os Angeles city, calif orals
JULIUS B. COHN,
Administrator of the Estate of Bernard
Cohn, deceased.
Date nf first publica'ion, to wit: Beoembc
24, 1889. d 23 tue. 5t
LIiIBKEH I'AHUS,
M.MUMPBM
DBALZRSIN
ALL KINDS OF
LUMBER]
San Pedro Street,
Near Seventh,
P. O. Box 1235. Telephone 17!
ja3 3m
PERRY.MOTI ACO'S
Lumber Yards
AND PLANING MILLS,
No 76 Commercial Street. ji tf
Rercßlioff-Cnzner
Mill and Lumber Go
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Main Offics; LOB ANGELES. Wholesale Yai
at BAN PEDRO-
Branch Yards-. Pomona. Pasadena, Lamand
Asuza, Burbank. Planing Mills: Los Angeh
and Pomona. Cargoes furnished to order.
i Lumber Co.
yaks:
Cor. Ninth and San Pedro Streets*
LUIUMiB of all class can be had at this ran
j6-tf
(Tlllls and lards-Portland, Oregon
Wholesale Yard—Redondo Beach.
WILLAMETTE STEAM MILLS
Lumbering and Manuf'g Go
Manufaotnrers of Fir and Spruce Lumber.
Dealers in Flooring, Siding, Rnstic, Lath, Pic
ots, etc. Special orders cnt to suit purchaseri
Large orders in extra sizes and lengths soliclte
YARDS—COR. NEW MAIN AND BAN FE
NANDO STS., LOS ANGELES.
n27 tf CHAS. WIER, Agent.
J. M. Griffith, President.
H. G. Stevenson, Vice-Pros, and Tret
T. B. Nichols, Seo'y. E. L. Chandler, Saj
J. M. GRIFFITH COMPAN'
LUMBER DEALERS,
And Manufaotnrers of
Doors, Windows, Bllnda, Stating
Mill work of every description.
•31 N. Alameda St., I,oa Angelas.

NEW HOUSE.
Wagon Material, Hardwood
Iron, Steel,
Blacksmiths' Coal and Tool
Cabinet Woods, etc.
JOHN WIGMORE,
12 and IS South f'Oa Ansreles Stree
jl"
M, Throat and Laos
Successfully treated by
M.HILTON WILLIAMS, M.I
M. C. P, 8. 0.,
BY HIS COMPOUND OXYGEN
AND OTHER
MEDICATED INHALATIONS.
Catarrh, Bronchitis and Consumption, et
are now conceded to originate from 11 vi
aerator parasites, millions of which exist
diseased utr'nces.
Our Hot Medicated Inhalations kill at
destroy these germs \ hen nothing c
csn reach them, while onr COMPOOI
OX7GEN antagonises and thoroughly :
moves every poison of the systt
from the Blood, no matter frc
what cause it exists or how long it I
continued, and is efficacious in the cure
Catarrh, Throat Diseases, Asthma, Bronohlt
Consumption, Nervons Prostration, Insomr
and Dyspepsia, etc , together with any poison
condition of the blood.
In all cases of Catarrh and other diseases
1 the Respiratory Organs, where the system s
fers from the deleterious effects of scrofula
other vitiated condition of the blood lot
treatment is invariably conjoined with com
tutional remedies.
Persons desiring treatment by this system
practice can use the remedies at home as w
as at oar offloe, and which will cause no mot
venience or hindrance to business whatever
I have seen so many of these eases obi
' that I do not consider any case hopeless, l
less the disease has advanced o the chest a
both lnngs are seriously involved. The
' haiatlons aid us in dissolving the mucus and
. connecting and healing the oavlties, whi
nothing else can do with the same success.
The very i-wt of references from those
ready enred.
Those who desire to consult me in regi
to their oases had better call at the offloe
an examination, but if impossible to visit I
office personally can write for list of questic
snd circular, both of which will be sent free
charge. Address
M. HILTON WILLIAMS. M. I
8T South Fort St., Los Angeles, Cl
Offloe hours—From 9a. m. to* r. v.
Sundays—From 2 to 2:30 p. v.
Residence—ls South Grand Avenno
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