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FINANCE AND TRADE.
Exchange Revlew- Nkw York, Feb 3 —The stock market today was narrow aud feverish, with a general drop ping tendency, except in specialties. The marked feature of tne day was the reuewal of strength in btiyln,'! Omaha, which closed with a net gain of 2 per cent. Among t'i ■ specialties Manhattan was again the feature. Weak spots were a. en In American Tobacco snd in Pacific Mall. Tobacco lost a point and Pacifio Mall \%. Tho general msrket was higher at the opening, but the Infl tenco of gold (Moments was teen. A drooping tendency was immedi ately imparted lo sugar. The ole was firm, but chaises for thu dsy were Irregular. Bouds were again dealt in, but with small changt'S. Government bouds closed dull aud steady. MONEY QUOTATIONS, Kkv- York, Feb. 3—Money on call, easy at i 1 ....:. per cent: closed offered at 2 per cer.t. Prime nierct'ntlle paper—4H(<sl'» per cent Sterling exchange—Quiet but (inn: bankers' 60-day bills, *4.Hr>s i ; demand, $4 87>*. STOCKS AND nONDS. Mew York, Feb. 3.-Ciosing quotations were as follows: U. 8. 4s, riMlH..lin( Northwestern .. .Mo% Docoupon 113? i Di prefeired—l4s^ V. a. li, regular lno N. V Central ltOji Pacific bs 10 - Oregonlmpt 18 Atchison.ToDcka. 3lstj Oregon tsav 80 Amer. Exp ess 110 Oregon ShortLlno 23 Amer. Cotton Oil. 4il Paclllc Mail ... 24% Burlington 10n!>; Pullman Palace. 107 Canadian Pacific SO 1 , Heading 45% Cauada Southern. 5? Richmond'i'crni'l 11% Central Pacifio... 28 Rio Or Western.. 22 I>ol.,tLttckawilia.lD4!H Ho preferred ... 0' iDsnrer&R.arand 88 I noiirsts 77"^ I Distillers 40K Book Island 87V-i Illinois Central . 102*4 St. Paul SO-, Kansas iTexas.. 2.V., st P»u) St Ornsha Bb\ Lake Shore 130 Amerlc uSugar .130 .Lead Trust 4«V4 Texas & Pantile... 9Ji . Loulsvl it Na'hvl. 7*H Uulon Pacific 41 Nlch. Ceutral ...lOgUO. 8. lixpress ... 07 Missouri Pacific. 57'ti Western Union... 9BV£ North America.. 11 Clou, Electric lll^i Northern Pacific. 1H 1 lusted Oil 88U Dopreferred 48% Welts, Fargo 147 Boston, Fob. 3.—Closing quotations were as follows: Atchison 35 |C B.&Q 100JS Mexican Central.. 12. Iseli Telephone. .207 MININO STOCKS. San Fbancisco, Feb. 3.—closing quotations wero: Belcher 85 IPotost 1.3% Con. Virginia... 245 Ophir 1.85 Confidence 1.80 ISovage 1.15 Hule A Norcrosß. .78 I lerra Nevada... 1.30 Mexican 1.00 Yellow Jacket... .70 Silver Bullion. Nkw York, Feb. 3 —Bar sliver, 83V<c. Ran Francisci, Fob. 3.—Silver b.tts, 8;t ;, X c per ounce. Mexican dollars—oG3b'(i,^c. San Francisco Market Review. Ban Francisco, Feb. 3.—The vegetable mar ket opened dull with pricea steady today. The potato market holds firm and the demand is fair. Receipts were 4AS6 sacks. Tha onion marr.et is a little saater, but choice lota com maud top prices. Receipt* were 0-10 sacks. New vegltablos arc lnlight supply.particularly toroatoeß, which were quoted higher, leas are Armor. In ihefrcsh fruit market there was no change. Orantcs and apples aro still coming In, but meet with slow sale. Fresh supplies of times csme lv from Mexico, but too early in the day to tvarrant any immediate change in quota tions. Th re are uo Japanese Mandarin or anges on the market. California lemons aie doing better. The butter market has stoedled a little under a tight shipping demand. ISggs of all kiuds, however, ore weaker than ever, and sales wero reported today as low as 24c for store cheese Is firm In the poultry market turkeys aro firmer un der a better demand. Ileus sell at improved prices. Receipts of California stock are light, A carload of eastern game came in today. Chicago Grain Market. Chicago, Feb. 3.—Wheat waß quiet. The market opened higher ou bad weatltcr for winter wheat, but free offe ings early caused a decline of '.'o; >hftn b..camc very dull but firm, and closed yiwHfi higher than yester day. The receipts were 131,000 bushels; ship ments, 27,000 bushels. Close—Wheat, llriu; cash, 74c; May, 77J a c. Com—Steany; cat.li, 41c; May. 47t,c. Oats—Steady; caili, 3ic: May, 31>40. Ryo—slc. Barley—o4". Flax—llsl.l7. Timothy—Per cwt, 52.C0. — t OTHEH Cnalsl MARKETS. Ran Fbancisco, Feb 3,—Wheat, firmer; May, $1 SIX! cash, $1.28. 8.-rley—Very dull May, 83'io, Corn-91.07M. ' Liverpool, Feb. 3.—Wheat: Demand wits fair; No. 2 red winter closed steady slss9^d. Corn—Demaud iair. F bruary, closed steady at 4s Sd; April, steady at 4s 11. General Markets. Nkw York, Feb. 3.—Hops, quiet; Ftate, com mon to 0h01ce,21025c; Pacidc Coast, 21(<£24c. Coffee—Options closed barely steudy and 5 to 80 points up. The sales were 30 500 baes, including February at $17.45(0)17 00; March. ttjt7.20M117.45: April, ttt10.85M17.05; May, if lti.ssera 10 'SO. Spot Rio cluscd quiet but firm; No. 7, 18c. HugHr—Raw closed steady and quiet; centrifu gals, Oti test, at 3 7 16c; niolascs sugar, 89 test, 2 13-itic. Ttenned closer! qtilet but steady. Copper—Quiet: late, $1 00. Lead--Firm: domestic. $3.95. Tiiu-Steady and quiet; straits, $20.20. Chicago. Feb. 3.—Pork, firm; cash, $19.20; May, $t!>.7o. Laid—Fiim; cash and May, $11 OTA. Ribs—Firm; cash, $10.22;*: May, 810.25. Wool. New Yobk, Feb. 3 —Wool: Active and firm; domestic fleece, 27@32c; pulled, Ho®37c; •1 exns, 17@21c. Petroleum. New York, Feb. 2— Petroleum certificates closed weak, offered at 34<40. LOS ANGELES LOCAL MARKETS. I The quolations given below are Los Angeles wholesale selling prices.] Provisions. Hams—Per tb,, local smoked, 17c. Bacon—Per It)., looal einoked, 17c; medium, l&M(B15)io. Pork—Per lb., dry salt; 130. Dried Beef—Per tb„ lnsides, IA 1 ,c Lard—Compound, 3's, 12*£o| 5'5,12%0; 10's 12; ac; 50'B, 12c Pure leaf lard, 4u higher all around. Grain and Hay. Bab-by—Brewing, $1.0501.15; feed, 85c. corn—Per cental, $1.00. Oats—No. 1, per cental, $1.50. Wheat—No. 1, per cental, $1.3531.50; No. 2, $firstname.lastname@example.org. Hay—Oat No. 1,$10; wheat No. 1, $11; bar ley No. 1, $10; alfalfa No. J, $9. No. 2 grade Bl lower all around. Straw—Barley, per ton, $5; wheat, $5. Dairy Products. Buttes —Fancy creamery, 28 ounce squares, 45(ai50c; fancy dairy, per roll, 40'gi42V a c; choice, 35(0p37!<c; pickled roll, 25@30c. Cheese. —California half cream, per lb, 10c; coast full cream, per lb,, 14c; California, local special brands, per lb., California, 8-fb. hand, per lb., 17, J 4c; eastern full cream, twins, per lb , 14c; cneddarß, per lb., 14c; domestic Swiss, per lb., 18c. Fresh Fruits. Cranberries—Per barrel, $1500011.00. Bananas—Por bunch, $2 00502,50. Afples—Per box, $email@example.com; in barrels, pir lb., 2Jic. Lemonb—Cured, per box, $3.5004.00; un enred, por box, $2.50(83.00. Oranges—Navels, per box. $3,00353.25; Seedlings, 81.5088a.58. Vegetables. BEANS-Navy or small white, per 100 lbs, $3.00(4i53.25; Pink,per 100lbs, $J.l'orr<s3.oo; Black-eyed, per 100 lbs, $firstname.lastname@example.org; "Llmas, per 100 lbs, $3 00M$3.2ft. JJKBTB—Per 100 lbs., 70c. Jabbaoe—Per 100 lbs.. $email@example.com. Cabbots—Per 100 lbs., $1.00. Caoiifloweb—Per doz., 55c. Celery—Per doz., 50c. Chilies—Dry, per string. 050700. Onions—Per 100 lbs., $1.50. Parsnips—Per 100 lbs , $1 50. Peas—Green,per lb., 11012 c. PorATOEs—Burbank, per 100 lbs, $1,600 1.75; Peerless, $1 40«tl.50; Pink-eyes, $1,250 1.40; Chico Rose, $1.0001.76. Sweet Potatokm—Per 100 lbs. $1.26. Tomatoes—Per 301b box, $1,25. TukNirs— Per 100 lbs, 80c. Dried Fruits. APPLES-Kvaporated, per lb. 11c; sundriod 90. Apricots—Evaporated por lb., 14c. Peaches—Uupoeled, por lb, 12Uc; peeled, 22c. Pbunes—Choice, per lb, 10011 c. Raisins —London layers, per box, $1.50© Poultry and lUggs.** Podltby—Hens, $6,00 per doz; young roosters. $5.50; old roosters, $5 00; broilers, $3.5004.00; ducks, $8.00; turkeys, 14015 c per lb. Eaus—California ranch, 21023 c per doz. Honey and Beeswax. JiONBY— Comb, 120lta; extraoied. white, 7 o; amber, 607 c. »»*w*x -erwWffp, The Superior MEDICINE for all forms of blood disease, AVER'S WW the health restorer, and health, maintainor. Cures Others will euro ycu. Nuts. Almonds—Bolt shell, per lb,lG@l7c; paper shell, 19414101 hard shell, n®loc. Peanuts—Haw, 4@sc sji ft! roasted, 7(8>8o. Walnuts—Hard shell, 8c; soft shell, 11c; paper shell, 13c. YVlnos and T.fqtiors. The following quotations of wines and liquors in case and bulk are tarnished by C. If. A. Cast, wins and liquor merchant, 131 North Main street: Wines—Angpllca, Muscat, Port, Sherry, To kay, per gal., 05c to $1.50, nccor lng to ago; Claret, 25c to 50c: Zinfaudel, 658 to $1.25; Relsllng, 65c to $1.25; Bauterne, 75c to $1.50; Burgundy, 75c to $1.50; Gutedal, 75c to $1.50. California Brandy-ff1.75 to $3.50: per caso, 3.50 to $7.00; pints, 50c per cose additional. Kentucky Whisky—sl.so to $6 00. imported Liquors—cognac, $4.50 to $10.00: rtn, $3.29 to 84 00; Jamaica Hum, $5.50: St. Croix Uum, $5.50; Sherry,s2,oo to $7.00: Port, $2.00 to $7.00: Irish Whisky, $5.25 to $3.00; Scotch Whisky, $5 25 to $li 00. Champagnes—.j. H. Mumm extra dry. Dints, $J4, quarts, $30: Pommery Bee, pinis, $35 50, qua/its, $37.50 ; Louis lioederer, pints, i:js 50, q nrls, $37.50: George Goulet, pints, $32, umrts. $34; tjreen Seal, pints, $28, quarts, ftB.SO; Eclipse (Calllornla), pints, $14.50, quarts,sl7. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Friday, February 3d. A F M Strong et ux to Throop university—E 70 ft ol lots 1 aud 2, Goodwin's sub Han Pas qual trt: .111200. Sheriff to C S Bradford etal—Cnd y, W'< of W 25 acres of NEJi sec 35, T 1 S, R 14 W; $414.71. U A Pierce ct con lo Throop uutvcrslty—Lot 10. Goodwin's snb San Pasqual trt; grant. E J Farmer to S. R Fanner—Lots 11 and 12, blk it. Santa Fe trt; $10 "O. 8 H Eye et nx to A Hoppes—Lot 1, blk 11, Phillips' trt; $4240. M J Kvans to J C Johnson—Lot 3, blk 51, Azusa; $800. J J Ilotiklu to county of Los Angeles—Strip of land for road purposes. $180. A M ipanoe ct al to E G Parker—Lot 3, blk V, Monrovia; $200. 1. D Foot et al to lledoudoftailroal com-t tuy — Land In McDonald trt tor right of way; $ I. C X Siosnou to University bank—Lot 7. blk 11, and os 41 57. 58,59 and (10, blk 0, Pasa deua sub Monrovia trt; $05, ' Same to sumo—Lots 17, blk A, 9, 10 and 11. blk c, ad No 2, and lot 7, Pasadena sub, Mon rovia; $115. M L .Sparks et nx to W Gaul—WJ4 NEli Sec 1, T 1 H, H 9 W; $5000. J F Houghton to J B Coiman—Lots 33 tois bl 10, covina: $300. M Ansel to W Ferguson—Lot 2 bl 4, Brooklyn tract; $1. W Ferguson to J Enz et al—"am? prop: $150. E U Derby to W M Amos-Lot 3i bl 60, Lords burg; $7t>. Burbauk Land an* Water Co to W B Uuruh — Lot" 2,4, 0, 10, 12, 14, lti bl 18, Burbauk; •195. flame to First Presbyterian church—Lot 5 bl 53 Burbauk; $1. B Lurtwig <.t con to M B Lockhart—Lot 101, Park \ ilia tract: $1300. I N Moore to J B Ridgway- Lots 40, 47, Nies' tnie ; $1225. United states lo J Sieh— Sec 0, T 6 N, R 11 W; patent. T L Hoag et al to L P Hansen et al—Lots 30. 31, 32 s ib lot 1 bl X, Lake Vineyard Land and Water Oo lands and water: $20,000. H Ronton et ux to D F Oonegau—Lois 4 and 5 bl 17, Park tract; $.'SOO. W M I terling to A Dumbell—Loi 4 bIW, Mon rovia; $200. 51 F Burton et con to A C Stanley—Lot 14 Bixby trt; $030. F J Gilmore, executor, to sam?—Lot 13, same trt, and lot 5 bl J and lot 8 bl J, San Pasqual trt: $000. M E Hungerford to W Hungerford— 3WU NW!4 ses 28 T 3 3 II 1.1 W: $tOOt> X \ Parker to A M CevelauaV-NEW NEJ4 sec OT7N R 13 W; $100. D <: Wilson et nx to M F Bethouski—Lot 191. M L Wlcka* Bub Ciarbo'lne A tto )p..-r trt; $14t>. J A Moosrs et ux to 3 R (i Twycross—Lots 27 and 28, Brainerd's sub lot 4, Sierra Madre trt; $175. P Little to E MBcott-Lot 2, Hsrdiu trt; $1100. A Noble to T W Brotherton—Part lots 27 aud 43, Western sub Lick trt; $4000. .1 Burkbardot ux to X X How,ey—Land in MW cor sec 0 T 2 3 R 13 W; $10,000. 8 Johnson et ux to C J Ball—Lots 5 and 6, Edgar's sub lot 3 bl 1, H H; $10. T C Young to D W Field—Part lots 3 art. 4 H 31, and 10 anp 1 bl 23, and 4 nnd 5 bl 17, jt O Field's Occidental Ut' trt; $1. L Hauian to E Grieimer—Lot 33, Snyder Wade's sub Friend trt; $3000. J G Church to T W Haskius-NWW sec 30 T 8 N R 15 W; $3200. J Hobbs to M M Ayrea-Pa't lot 14, WatU' sub Ro San Rafael; .1,500. J O lowe to F A Haskell—Lots 7 and 8, Good win's Luken's trt; $300. SOMSIABY. Deeds dm v 40 Nominal ~.7. 7 Total $74,042.71 Note—Figures separat ed by a dash, represent book and page of miscellaneous records. Skookum Root Strength. Glossy! C^ntaiiw Vegetable / ||\ Delicate Compound. j„' SSisß •«j ] Fabric. Cools ''\lfll!! 1 j|\ Remed] .Stops (Trade Mark Registered.) All All Scalp Itching ti 1 in Humors. % HAIR Scalp. From I- BUSIER 3 Dressing. Substances. Sold by Druggists, $1; six,ss. Worth $5 abottle MANUFACTURED ONLY BY THE fetaßeotte Brower Co. NEW YORK. s^lWiiO^ l Habit Positively Cored by EcUmnisferlnK 2>r. Huluea* sUofideai Wpvctfle. It can lifj Riven in a cup of coffee or t*»a, or in food, s'ithout the knowledge of Ihe patient- It 1h absolutely armless, and will effect a permanent and speedy Sure, whether tho patient io a moderate drinker or ■n alooHclio wreck. It hrta been given in thousands of canea, and in every instance a perfect cure haß toU Towed. ltiit-verr'-lK The system once impregnated tvith tho Specific, it beoomeo an utter impoeiilbillty Tor the liquor appetito to exist. UOLIkEft KI'ECIFIO CO.. Prop'ra, Otnelnnntl, O. ■18-pane book of partioulara free. To be bad of F. W. BRAUN&CO.J Drugglsta, H. QKKMAIN. S Los Angelea. CaL LOST MANHOOD SSSsS cured by IN'DAPO. the great Hindoo Uwmudy. Bold with wrilten gunritatae ufcnr*. Sample lent free. Addrenn Orient*.. Mvdneul Co.. wt* Plymouth riw«, Chleagu, 111. Alllllßfl Morphine Habit Cored In 10 LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 4, 18»3. A BOOK FOR EVERY MAN On!, $1.00. Strength! Vitality! Know mm* J'Wm Or Sr-T.P.PRKSKItVATTON. /. r.cw ond och Gold Mortal VHI7.E ESSAY on NKKYOIJS ore PHYSICAL DEBILITY, EHKOKS ol YOUTH. EXHAUSTED "! ITALITY, PHE rtIATUKE DECLINE, and all DISEASES and WKAKNEBSIJS of MAN. 800 pages, cloth, gilt; 128 invaluable, prescriptions. 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F. 0. boz6G4, Station 0, Los Angblee. 11-lti 3m TO THE UNFOBTUNATE. s —DR. GIBBON'S DISPENSARY > 628 Kearney St., b'. \ I >\. Coner of Commercial, rff I -. : San t'.'ranciuco. v n \ F>: . >...', ■•!■ v- f,.|,'ii f bcd in I- b I (or Sexual and <^uS^FA^wV*Si^s>t*yHeminai diseases, lueh 2551**; M^xW^rVfl*,?' as tiocorrbea, Gleet, -; ; V-Stricture, syphilis in S^WWJira^SiS^a 1 Ita formß, Seminal Weaknets, Impotency and Lost Manhood per manently cured. Thesick and afflicted should not fall to call upon him. The Doctor has trav eled extensively In Europe and inspected thor oughly the various hospitals there, obtaining a greatdeal of valuable information, whioh he is competent to let part to those in need of his ser vices. The Doctor curea where others fail. Try him. in. GIBBON will make no charge unless he effects a cure. Perrons at a distance CURED AT HOME. All communinations strictly confidential. All letters answered In plain envelopes, Call or write. ASdress " DR. J. F. GIBBON, i Box 1957, Kan Francisco, Cal. Mention Los Angelea Hkrald. 12-17 lv Gntrasjise Cmv* tot floiaprfhooa. Ohroalo flleet. Tvn- DlwtUloersor Strictures a-jd Uuoorrlio» ot Itxm stand- MRS. A. MENDENHALL, Hairdressiiig aod Manicure Parlors, 107 North Spring street, room 28 Schumacher Diock. g tnrr n>i»o et ree-trlom- 1 * If (*("■»-- NOTICE Of Sale of Property for Delinquent Assessment Levied to Pay the Ex penses for the Opening and Ex tending of Hoff Street From Daly Street to Griffin Avenue. NOTICE H HEREBY GIVEN THAT, PURSUANT TO THB PROVISIONS OF THE STAT* utea of tho State of Oalifornia relative to the collection of assessments to pay the expenses of opening, wldeuing and extending of streets within municipalities, I, D. A, Watson, Street Superintendent ol the city of Los Angales. shall, on Monday, th a 13th day of February, A.D. 1893, at 10 o'clock am. ot said day. lv the office of the Street Superintendent, in the City Hall, on Broadway, iv said city, sell at public auction, lor lawful money of the United States, ail the property described iv the following delinquent list attached to this notice, upon which the de linquent assessments described in said list are a Hen to pay said assessments, together with the costs ano pcnaltlos accruing thereon, unless the said assessment shall haye been paid before said day of sale, together with the costs and penalties thereon. D. A. WATSON, Street Superintendent of the City of Los Angeles. Dated this 20th day ol Janusry, A. D 1893. I hereby certify that the following is a true and correct delinquent list of all persons and property owing assessments levied to pay the expenses of opening and extending Hoff street, Irom Daly street to Griffin avenue, in the city of Los Angeles, which list contains the names of the persouß and the desoriotiou of tho property delinquent, together with the amount of the a--eci.SK onts, costs and penalties thereon, situated in the city of Los Anjelos, State of Oalifornia, snd described as fo.lows, to wit: > >> >-j» > t. 8 ? OWNERS AND DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY. g § S3 5 ° f B& IB S a - 3 v" 17 R. J. Lin fsley.H 20 ft, Lt 15, blk 4, East Loa Angeles 8 2 00 If 10 50c 8 2 60 19 Ohlandt-lc Buck, Lt 17, blk 4, East Los Angeles 12 00 60 50 13 10 21 Ohlandt & Buck, Lt 19, blk 4. East Los Augeles 18 00 90 50 19 40 23 Annie Mathewson, Lt 15. oik 0, East Los Angeles 8 00 40 50 8 90 25 S. 11. Hall, Lt 17, blk ti, liißt Los Angeles 13 00 65 50 14 15 20 Ohlo-ndt tt But k, Lt 18, blk 0, East Los Angeles 12 00 60 BO 13 10 87 F. Boggoit, Lt 19, blk 6, East Los Angeles 22 00 110 50 23 60 2-1 Ohlandt & buck, Lt 20, blk 6, East Los Angeles 18 00 90 50 19 40 52 Nancy J. Black, 843ftlt 4, Mills blk No. 1, Griffin's ad.. 25 60 1 28 50 27 28 53 Nancy J. Black, Lt 5. Mills blk No. 1, Griffin's ad 20 00 1 00 50 21 50 77 Addle Schmidt, Lot 2, blk B, East Los Angeles 20 00 100 50 21 50 80 H. C. Reynolds, Lt 6. blk B, East Los Augeles 20 00 100 50 21 50 I SO James tjulun, tl 88 ft its 3 and 4, blk C, East Lcs Angeles 10 00 50 50 11 00 96 L A. Con. Klectric H'y Co., all right of way, ti-s, track and rails lying withla assessment district, to-wit: Be ginning at the east Jlne of the official river bed, and running thenco easterly on Pasadena avenue to Tru man street, ihence south along Truman street 155 ft, constituting double-track e'ectric street railway 175 o<> 8 75 BO IS4 25 105 A. Beocher, Lt 13, Hazard's sub lt 16, Griffin's ad 37 SO 188 "0 3a 88 106 A. Beeober, Lt 14, Hazard's sub It 16, Griffin's ad 35 00 1 75 50 37 25 108 O. Loclrwood, Lt in, Ilaz'rd'asub lot 16, Griffin's ad.... 30 00 1 50 50 32 00 112 A. Beecher, U22, Hazard's sub lt 10 Griffin'B ad 20 OO 100 50 21 50 119 1). W. Poor, beginning at a point in the easfrly line of Daly street, distant 287.7 ft south on Baid line from the s w ,'otner of lot 1, Hazard's sub of lot I*', Griffin's . ad to Eait Los Am-Jles, and running thence southerly along the easterly line of Daly street 39.9 ft: thence-'t lixhtang es easterly 165 Icet; thence at rlghtaugles northerly 39.9 ft; thenco westerly 165 lt to the point ol beginning 18 00 75 50 16 25 120 James Lowe, beginning at the s c comer lot 2, Hazard's sub ol lot 16, Griffin's ad to East Los Angeles, and run nlttg6outuerly along the westerly line of Workman Btreet 43 8 ft; theuce at right angles westerly 165 ft, thence at right angles northerly 43.8 ft; thence easter ly 165 fct to point of beginning 110 00 6 50 50 110 00 126 W. P, Martin beginning at a noint in the westerly line of Workman street distant 291 feet southerly from the s c corner lot Hazard's Bub of lot 16, Griffin's ad to Kast Los Augeles; ihence southerly along the westerly line of Workman street 36.6 ft; thence at right angles westerly 165 ft; thenco at right angles northerly 36.6 ft; ihence easterly 165 feet to tho point of beginning.. 15 00 75 50 16 25 123 Mrs M. J. Rich, beginning at a point in the easterly line of Workman sireet dl-tant 155.2 ft southerly frrm the s w corner lot 9, C Hartweii's sub of lot 18. Griffin's sd to East Los Angeles; thenco southerly along the east erly lino of Workman ttie t 48.7 leet: thence at right angleseusterlv 165 icet; ihence at right angles north erly 48.7 ft; thence westerly 165 feet to the point of beginning 20 00 100 60 21 50 130 0. Lttveiiberger, begl-.ning at a point In tho westerly line ol sichel str.ei distant 144.1 ft Boutoerly from thu sec. m' r of lot 10, C. Hartweii's sub lot 18 ot Griffin b ad to Fast Los Angeles; thence south along the we-terly line ot siclr 1 street 60 ft; thence at right angles we t erly 165 ft; thence at right angles northerly 60 it; thence 165 ft eatterly to puiut of beginning 25 00 125 60 26 78 146 J. M. Hale, beginning at a point in the easterly line of Workm-n street distent 263.6 ft northerly from the n w corner oi lot 1, C. Hartweii's sub of lot 18. Griffin's ad to East Los augeles: ihence north along eaid easterly line of Workman street 50.2 ft: tbence easterly 165 ft at right angles: thence southerly 50.2 ft at right an gles; theuco westerterly 165 ft to the point of begin ning 2603 1 25 50 28 75 147 H. E. Bourne, beginning at a point In ihe easterly line oi Workman street distant 313 8 ft northerly from the n w coruer of lot 1, C. Hartweii's sub of lot 18, Griffin's ad to East Lob Angeles; thenco northerly along the easterly line of Workman Btreet 51 feet; thenceatright angles easterly 165 ft; thence at right angles bou herly 51 ft; th nee westerly IUS ft to the point of beginning 20 80 103 50 22 03 149 W. B Warren, beginning at the n c oorn-r loi 2, C. Hart well's sub of lot 18, Griffin's ad to East Loe Angeles; thence northerly along .he we tlery line of Michel street 65 5 ft; theuce westerly at right angles 165 ft; thence souiherly at right angles 65 5 feet; thence easterly 165 ft to pointof beglunuing 60 CO 300 50 63 50 155 L"us, Kerchner, beginning at a point in the westerly line of -iohel street dislant 312.5 It northerly from the n c corner of lot 2, C. H»rt*ll's sub of lot 18. Griffin's ad to Er,Bt Los Angeles; thence along the westerly line of Michel street cortherly 50.5 ft; thence at right angles westerly 165 feet; thence at right angles southerly 50.5 It; tlience 165 ft c to point of beginning 25 00 1 25 60 26 75 IGO L.B.J Aldrick, Beginning at the n c coruer of lot 2, F. if. Bartley's sub of part of lot 20, Griffin's ad to East Los Angeles; thenco northerly along the westerly line of Fichel street 55 ft; thence at right augles westerly 165 ft: thence at right angles .outher,y 55 ft; thence east erly 105 ft to point of beginning 15 00 75 50 16 25 162 11. M. Jarvls, beginning at a point in the westerly line of Sichel street distant 110 ft north from the n c corner of lt 2, F. 0. Bart ey's aub of part of lot 20, Griffin's ad to liast Los Angeles; thence northerly along the westerly lino of Sichel street 54 ft; thence at right angles west erly 165 ft: thence at rlirht angles southerly 54 lt; thence easterly 165 feet to point of beginning 18 00 60 60 13 10 169 M. Jones, beginning at a point in the southerly line of Patrick street distant 115 ft easterly from the s c cor ner of Sichel and Patrick streets; thence easterly along the southerly line ol Patrick street 50 feet; thence southerly at right angles 70 I ; thence westerly at right angles 50 It; thence northerly 70 it to point of begin- _ nirVg .. 10 00 50 50 1100 170 M. Reed, beginning at the b w corner of Griffin aver ue and Patrick street, runuing thence Boutherly along the westerly lire of Griffin avenue 150 ft; thenceatright augles westerly 165 ft; thence at right angles northerly 150 ft; theuce oasterly 165 ft to point of beginning... 50 00 250 60 53 00 172 3. R. Mct'onuell, beginning at a point in tho westerly lino of 0.-lflln avenue distant 150 ft southerly from the s w corner of Griffin avenue and Patrick st; thence souiherly along the westerly line of Griffin avenne 30 ft; theuce at right angles westeily 165 ft; thence at right angles northerly 30 ft; thence easterly 165 ft to pointof besinning 5 00 25 50 5 75 191 CM. Wright, Lt 21, Jacobus trt 40 00 200 60 42 56 194 M. M. Shaffer, Lt 24, Jacobus trt 85 00 176 60 37 25 195 M. M. Shaffer, Lt 25, Jacobus trt 30 00 1 80 50 32 00 198 C. M. Phillips. Lt 28, Jacobus trt 80 00 1 50 50 32 00 200 O. N. Phillips, SlO ft lot 29, Jacobus trt 5 00 25 50 5 75 204 S. M. Bruner, Lt 33, Jacobus trt 20 00 1 00 50 21 50 218 Thos. Frazer, Lt 45, Jacobus trt 10 00 50 50 11 00 217 A. c. Dooiittle, Lt46, Jaoobus trt 10 00 60 60 11 00 252 D. Hunter. Lt 18, Dick mson's sub blk 20>», Griffin's ad to East Los Angeles 15 00 75 60 16 25 253 Mrs. Ella Park, Lt 19, Dickinson's sub blk 20%, Griffin's ad to East Los Augeles 25 00 1 25 50 20 75 254 D. Hunter, Lt 20, Dickinson's sub blk 2i>;„ Griffin's ad to East Los Angeles 25 00 1 25 50 26 75 256 Mrs. E<la Park, N 20 ft lot 17, Dickinson's sub blk SOW, Griffin's ad to East Los Angeles 5 00 25 75 5 76 ;.72 M. Y. Hals, Lt 4. Wm. Lacy's ad to East Los Angeles 16 00 75 50 16 25 273 W. B.Warren. Lt 5, Wm. Lacy's nd to East Lob Angeles ... 15 00 75 50 16 25 274 J. K. Carson, Lt 6, Wm. Lacy's ad to East Los Angeles 15 00 75 50 16 25 277 M. E. Jeffries, that portion of lot 9, Wm. Lacy's ad to East Los Augeles, lv the so corner thereof, described as fol lows: Belug 14 ft on w line, 26 ft on n line, and 21.1 ft on southerly line 25 01 80 76 279 F. L. Hambrick, the Boulherly portion of lot 11, Wm. Lv cy's ad to East Los Angeles, being 42.9 it on westerly line and 71.5 ft on easterly line 2 00 10 50 2 60 283 W. H. Pierce, Lt 18, Wm. Lacy's ad to East Los Angeles.. 6 00 30 50 6 80 281 L. Eastwood, Lt 36. Win. Lacy's ad to East Los Angeles.. 15 00 75 50 16 25 292 G. Berkshire, Lt 20, Saflord's sub Bradbury blk, B.L. A.. 12 00 60 50 13 10 30t 0. F. &E. G. McNutt, Lt 52, blk 2, Meadow Glen trt 7 00 35 50 7 86 307 R. Duunigan, 1155. bk 2, Meadow Glen trt 7 00 35 50 7 85 308 R. Dunnigan, Lt 56, blk 2. Meadow Glen trt 700 35 50 7 85 309 Mr». C. F. Norton. Lt 57, blk 2, Meadow Glen trt 7 00 35 50 7 85 312 R. Dunnlgan, Lt 31, bis 3, Meadow Glen trt 200 10 50 2 60 313 R. Dunnlgan, Lt 32, blk 3, Meadow Glen trt 2 00 10 50 2 60 314 K. Dunnigan, Lt 33, blk 3, Meadow Glen trt 2 00 10 60 2 60 315 R. Duunigan, Lt 34, blk 3, Meadow Glen trt, 200 10 50 2 60 316 W. D llrisheo, Lt 35, blk 3, Meadow Glen trt 2 00 10 50 2 60 317 E. P. Griffin, Lt 36 blk 3, Meadow Glen trt 2 00 10 60 2 60 318 R. Donegan, Lt 37, blk 3, Me,.dow Glen trt 3 00 15 60 3 65 320 R. V. Do 1 ugo, Lt 39, blk 3, Meadow Glen trt 3 00 15 66 3 65 321 W. H.Cooper, Lt 40, blk 3, Meadow Glen trt 3 00 15 50 3 65 322 W. H Cooper, Lt 41, blk 3, Meadow Glen trt 3 up 15 50 3 65 323 R. Dunnlgan, Lt 42, blk 3, Meadow Glen trt 3 00 15 BO 8 65 324 R. Dunnigac, Lt 43, blk 3, Meadow Glen trt 8 0 9 28 5 0 6 76 328 R. Dunnlgan, Lt 44 blk 3, Meadow Glen trt 0 00 25 50 5 78 326 R. Dunn gaii, Lt 45, blk 3, Meadow Glen trt 8 00 26 BO 5 78 327 R. Dunnigan, Lt 46, blk 3, Meadow Glen trt 6 00 25 50 8 78 330 K. Duuinitau, Lt 38. blk 1, Meadow Gl«m trt 2 00 10 80 2 60 331 R. Dunnigan, Lt 39, blk 1 Meadow Glen trt 200 10 80 2 GO 332 R. Dunnigan, Lt 40, blk 1, Meadow Glen trt 2 00 10 SO 2 60 833 R. Duuu gan, Lt 40, blk 1, Meadow Glen trt 2 00 10 SO 2 60 334 R. Duunigan, Lt 42 blk 1, Meadow Glen trt 2 00 10 60 2 60 335 K. Dunnigan, Lt 43 blk 1, Meadow Glen trt 2 00 10 50 2 80 336 R. unnn Kan, Lt 80. blk 1, Meadow Glen trt 1 50 08 60 2 08 337 K. Dunnlgan, Lt 60, b!k 1, Meadow Glen trt 1 60 08 BO 2 08 338 R Dunnlgan, Lt«B, blk 1, Meadow Gleu trt 8 00 10 60 2 60 339 R. Duun gan, Lt 69, blk 1, Meadow Glen trt 2 00 10 80 3 60 340 R. Duunigan. Lt 70, blk 1, Meadow Glen trt 2 00 10 50 2 60 3*l R. Duunigan, Lt 71, blk 1, Meadow Glen trt 2 00 10 50 8 60 :i42 R Dunnlgan. Lt 72, blk 1, Meadow Glon trt 800 10 50 2 60 343 H. Dunnlgan, Lt 73, blk 1, Meadow Glen trt 2 00 10 50 260 344 R. Dunnlgan, Lt 74, blk 1, Meadow Glen trt , 2 00 10 80 8 60 315 F. W. now, Lt 1, How trt 2 10 10 80 3 60 316 B M. Patterson, Lt 2, How trt 2 00 10 80 2 60 347 M. J. Bennet, Lt 3, How trt 2 00 10 60 280 349 J. D. Chapplaln, lot 5, How trt 2 00 10 60 2 60 350 J.D. Chapplaln, lot 6, How trt 200 10 80 2 60 351 J.D. Chapplaln, lot 7. How trt 2 00 10 BO 2 60 3- H H '. «v«ff-«rd, lot 19 h'k S. Me«d«w "'en'rt "00 80 80 fl so 8? OWNERS AND DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY. li » -- b"& in 3 a" 359 R. Dunnigan, Lt 23, blk 5, Meadow Glen trt $ 300 9 15 500 » 365 :tOO N.Cole, Jr., LtS4. blk 5, Mcaoow Olen trt 3 00 ) 5 50 3 65 mil o. J. Mocbmore, Lt 25. blk 5, Moidow Glen trt 3 00 15 50 565 o«2 L. X Mauio, Lt 26, blk 5, Meadow Oien trt 3 00 15 50 3OS K. Dunnlgan, Lt 3, blk 4, Meadow Gleu trt 7 00 35 50 7 85 308 R. Dunnigan, Lt 5, bk 4, Meadow Gion trt 7 00 35 JJ 7 85 371 R. Dunnlgan. Lt 7. blk 4, Meadow Glen trt 7 00 35 60 733 330 Robert Ramioar, all that northerly portinn of lo' 2, airs. Hall's Hill Land trt, being 130 ft ou the east line, and 3<> ft ou the westerly line, and having frontage of 200 ft on Primrose avenua 18 75 04 59 MM 381 Robert Ramaour, beginning at a point at the s c corner of Johnson ureet and Primrose avenus having no frontage on Primrose avenue except said point, and with the frontage of 33 ft on Johnson street, an 1 of .6 ft on the west line ol lot 2, Mrs. Hall's Hill Land Irt... 25 02 50 77 8 W. A. Terry, owner, all of lot. 11 of Jacobus trt, excepting the southerly 20 ft of uniform width, and oxcoptiiiff the northerly portion, having a width on the ea,t ond cf 26.72 ft, and of 27.31 ft on west end 30 OJ 1 50 50 32 00 D A WAT3ON, 2 8 st. ' Street Superintendent of the City of Los Angolas. Ordinance No. 1540. (NEW SERIES.) AN ORDINANCE DECLARING THAT TILE public iv teres t and convenience require tha opening of Twenty-first street between Bonsailo avenue and Balboa street, that it is tbe intention of tbe city council to hAve said Improvement msde, and fixing the vis rid to be assessed to pay the cos:, damages and ex penses therefor. The mayor and council of the city of Los An geles do ordain as follows: Suction L That the pub'.lo Interest and con venience of the people of the city nf Lob An ■ geles require that certain land should be taken for public use, to-wit: For tbe opening of Twenty-first street between nonsallo avenue and Balboa street, and that it is tho intention of the said council to have said work proceeded with and said land taken, which laud La de scribed at) follows, to wit: Beginning at the Intersection of the center line of Twenty first street with the easterly 11 ne of a strip of land at the westerly terminus of said Twenty-Urtjt street, as shown on tbe map nf tho Park Villa tract recorded in book I*2, page 44, miscella neoas records oi Los Angeles county, Baid point of beginning being N. 6;. deg. 20 mm. W, 4fc3 feet from a granite monument set at the Inter section of the center lines of Twenty-first street and Estrella avenue; thence along the easterly line of said strip of land N. 28 deg. 1-% mm. i£. SOfeH to a point on the southerly line of lot 04 o! said Park Villa tract; thence along said southerly lineN, 6 l deg. 20 mm. W. 2 feet to the sou hwPKt norner oi said lot til: thence N. 6 i deg. 21 mm. W. 312.2 feet to thy OMterly line of Balboa sireet; tnence aleng said easter ly line S. 28 deg 16 mm W. 60.02 foet to a point: thence 8, 63 d-?g 21 mm. E. 312 2 feet io the northwest corner of lot 65 of said Bark Villa tracr; thence along the northerly lino of said lot 63 S. 61 deg mm. E 2 f->et to a point; thence 8. 28 deg. 15 mm. E. 20 feet to the point f beginning. Hkc. 2. That the exterior boundaries of the district which Is hereby declared to be bene fited by Slid improvement and to be aaacsaud to pay the cost, damagos and expenses of the seme, are described as follows to-wit: Com mencing at a ptilat on the west lineof Figueroa street, said point being the northeast corner of lot 6 of Boyd a subdivision; thence westerly to the northeast corner of lot l •.-of the Park Villa tract; thence westerly to the northwest corner of lot 92, Park Villa tract; tb*»nre to the northeast corner of lot 14, Pa.X Villa tract; theace westerly along the northerly lines of lotil*, 37, 32 and 62 Park Villa track to the northwest corner of said lot 62; theuce to Uo northeast corner ol lot 5, Pierce tract: thence wester.y to the nor'hwe'st corner of stld lnt 5; thence to the northoast corner of lot 21, Pierce tract; thence westerly to tha northwest corner of lot 17, Pierce tract; tbence to the northeast corner of lot I of block 3of the WaNhintrton Villa tract; thence woft&rly to the northwest corner of lot 11 of said block 3; thenco weßt erly to the northeast corner of Jot 1 of Loug herd's subdivision of the II jover tract: thence westerly along the northerly line of lot 1 and lots 3 to 10 of said Lougheed's subdivision to the wwt city boundary; thence Bouth to th°i (jorLhwetsL corner vt lot 31 of tiie Hoover tract; thence easterly along the northorly lines of lots 3i, 32 and 33 of the Uoover tract to tbe north tast corner of said lot 33: thence c st rly along the southerly lines of lots 14, 13,12, 11, 10 and 9of the Pierce tract to thi southaast corner of aaid lot D; thence northerly to the sou hwest corner, of lot 67, Park Villa tract; thence essterlv along tout hor] y lines of lot* 67, 74, 7 * and "80 of the Park Villa tract to the couth ast corner of said lot HO; thence to the southwest corner of lot 89, Park Villa tract; thence eagerly along southerly Unas of lot H9, ■-■ark Vi 'a tract, and of lots 17, 18, 19. 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 and 1 of Boyu's subdivision to the west line of Figueroa street; tnence north along the west line of Figueroa street to the pointof beginning, including the property of any railroad company lying within said limits, but excluding therefrom any property therein contained which Is now part ana parcel of a public street or alley, and excepting also the land In section 1 of this ordinance described as the land to be taken for said work, Sbc 3. Ordinance No. 1502 (new series) is hereby repealed. Hsc. 4. The street superintendent of the city of Los Angeies shall post notice of the passage of this ordinance, and publish notice thereof in the Los an.eles Daily Herald for the time and in the manner required by law. Bsc. 0. The city Clerk shall certify to the passage of this ordinance and cause the same to be published onoe in the Los Angeles Daily Hbrald, and thereupon and thereafter it shall tak - eflenl aud be In force. I hereby certify that the foregoing ordinance was adopted by tho council of the city of Los Angeles at its meeting nf January 30, 1891. C. A. LUCKENRACH, City Clerk. Approved this 2d day of February, 189 i. 2-3-lt TB. ROWA Mayor. Ordinance No. 1537. (NEW SERIES.) AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND council of tho city of Loa Angeles, declar ing their intention to construct a sewer aloug Calumet avenue. The mayor and council of the city of Los An geles do ordain ns follows: ,' | ;ki ti on l. That the public interest and con venience requir>, and that it is the intention of the city council of the city of Los Angeles to order the following work to ba done, to-wit: 1. That a public Bewer be c:>nstruc'ed along Calumet avenue in said city from a point op posite tbe easterly line of lot 3. block 3, An gallno Heights, to the sewer Umphole opposite lot 14, block 1, of said Angelina Heights, and acrrssall intersections of streets, together with manholes, lampholes and Uu&h tankß. The size of snid sewer shall be eight inches in internal din meter, and )> : constructed of salt glazed vitrified pipe, brick, iron and cement. All of which Khali be constructed in accordance with ihe plans and profile on file iv the office of the olty engineer and specitioa ions on file in the office of the city clerk of the city of Los Au geles, said specifications being numbered 14. The cost of eonstructlng said newer shall be assessed against all lots and lands fronting upon the same. Ssc 2 Ordinance 1525, n. b., is hereby repealed. Sec. 3. The street snperlntendent shall post notice of this work as required by law, and shall cause said notice to be published for six days in the Los Angeles Herald. Sec. 4, The city clerk shall certify to the passage of this ordinance and cause the came t be pnb ished for two days In the Los Angeleß Herald, and shall post the Bame conspicuous ly for two daya on or near the chamber door of the council, and thereupon and thereafter it shall take effect and be in force. I hereby certify that the foregoing ordinance was adopted by the council of tbe cUy of Los Angeles ar its meeting of January 30, A. D. 18m:?, by the following vote: Ayes, Messrs. CampbeH, Gaffey, Innes, Man ion. Nlckell. Peisell, Rhodeß, titrohm, Presi dent Teed (9). O. A. LTJcKENBACH, City Clerk and cx-Offlclo Clerk of tho Council of tbe City of Lob Angeles. Ap moved this 2d day of February. 1593. 2-3-2t T. E ROWAN, Mayor. *mt. 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Flinrr t>rm ntn f> p PI. 7 Ordinance Mo. 1539. (NKW SERIES.) AN ORDINANCE OF THB MAYOR AND Conn 11 of the city of Loa Angeles, declar ing their intention to Improve a portion of Providence street, and determining that bond, ahull be lssaed to represent the cost thereof. The mayor and council of the city ol Loa An geles do ordain as follows: Section 1. That th* public interest and "ou venlence require, and that it ia the Intenion of the city council of the city of Los Angela; to order th? following work to be done, to-wit: Ik.. That aaid Providence street in aaid city, from the south line of Seventh Btreet to the north line of Ninth street, including all lnter sections of streets (excepting auch portions ol said street aud Intersections as are required by law to be kept in order or repair by any person or company having railroid tracks thereon, and aUoexcepting such portions as haye al ready been graded and gravelled and accepted), be graded and gravelled In accordance with the plans and profile on flic in the offlce ol th. Oily enidueer and specifications on Die in the ofllce of the city clerk of tbe city of Los Angelea for inaklug gravelled streets,said specifications tw ice numbered 6, 2d. That a cementcurb be constructed along eacii line of the roadway of said Providence street from the south line of Seventh street to the north Hue of Ninth atreet (excepting along ►uc.li portions of the line of raid roadway upon which a cement curb has already been con itructed and accepted), in accordance with specifications in tho office of the city clerk of said city or constructing cement curbs, said specifications being numbered 12. 3d. That a cement sidewalk six (6) feet in width be constructed along each side of said Providence street from She south line of Sev enth street to the north live of Ninth street (excepting such portions of satd street between said points along which a cement sidewalk has been constructed and accepted), said sidewalk to he constructed in accordance with specific. .on:- on file in the office of the city clerk, said specifications being numbered 18. Sue. ii, Tbe city engineer having estimated that the total cost of said improvement will be greater ihan two dollars per front foot alone eich line of said street, including thecostol Intersections, it is hereby determined, in pur s .ance of an act of the legislature of tbe state o! California, approved March 17, 1891, that bonds shall be icsusd to represent the colt of said improvement. Said bonds shall be serial, cx 1 ending over a period of ten years, an even proportion of which shall be payable annually on the Ist day of January of each year, after their date, until the whole n- e paid, and to bear interest at the rate of 8 per cent per annus, payable semi-annually on the Ist days of Jan uary and July oi each and every year. Sec. '3. Ordinances No. 1496 and 1529, belli? In conflict herewith, are hereby repealed. Sec. 4. The street superlnrendjint sbail post notice of thia work as required; by law, and shall cause said notice to be published for six days in the Los A ugeles Hesaxd. sec. 5. Tne city clerk shall certify to the posf-age of this ordinance, and cause the same to be published for two days in the Los An geles ilekald, and shall post the same con spicuously ior two days on or near he chamber door of the couucli, and thereupon and there after it shall take effect and be in force. I hereby certify that the foregoing ordinance was adopted by the council ol the city of Los Angeles at its meeting of January 30, A. D. 18!) M, by the following vote: Ayes: Messrs. canfpboll, Gaffey, Innes, Mun son. NickeP, I'esseli, Rhodes, strohm and Pres ident Ttei (0) C A. LUCKENBACH, City Clerk anil ex-Officio Clerk of the Council of the City of Los Angeles Approved this 2d day of February, 1893. 2-3 2t T. E. ROWAN, Mayor. Ordinance No. 1512. (NEW HKRIBS ) AN ORDINANCE 'DECLARING THK ». teutioa of .he mayor a id council of the c tyof Los Ange«ei to establish tne grade of no ton street Horn Pearl street to Montreal Btreet. The mayor and council of the city of Los An geles do ordain as follows: Heclion 1. That it is the intention of the council of the city of Los Angeles to establish the grade of Boston sireet from Pearl street to Montreal street as fo lows: At the intersection of Pearl atreet the grade shall be as now esiab lißhcd, 76.00 ou the northeast and southeast corner, at a point 138 feet east from the north east corner of Pearl Btreet 65.00 on the north side and a point at a right angle opposite said point B*.oo on tbe south Kidoattheinter.ee tion of Montreal street 80.00 on the northwest corner and 85 30 on thi southwest corner. And at all points between said designated pointß the grade shall be established so as to conform to a straight line drawn between said a signaled points. Elovatiomarelnfeet and above city datum plane. Section 2. The city clerk shall certify to the passage of this o-dlnaace and shall oause the Bame to be published for ten days in the Loa Angele- Hebai.d. and thereupon and thereafter it snail take effect and be lv force. I hereby certify that the foregoing ordinance was adopted by the couucil of the city of Los Angeles at i s meeting of January 30.1893. C. A. LUCKENBACH, Ci'y Clerk. Approved t his 2d day of February, 1893 2-3 lot r. « rowan. Mayor. Notice of the failing- of the Keport of the Commissioners Appointed to Widen Bonnie Brae St. from First to Arnold St., in Compliance With Ordinance No. 1222 (New Series), Together With the Plat of the As sessment District. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THB Commissioners appointed to assess the bsn ctits aud damages and to have general supervi sion oi the proposed work of opening Bonnie Brae street from First to Arnold atreet, hay, filed iv the olllce of thi undersigned a report together with a plat of the assessment dis trict. All parsons interested are hereby required to show cause, if any they have, on or before Monday, February Gth, 1893, why auch report ahould not be confirmed by the Council of the City of Los Angelea. all objections must be In writing and filed wllh the Clerk of said City Council. All persons signing protests will attach therj to their postoffice address. 0. A. LUCKBNBACH, City Clerk and ex-offlcio Clerk of the Council of the City of Los Angelea. Lob Ange.es, Cal., Jan. 24th, 1893. 1-25 lOt Notice for Publication of Time for Proving; Will, Etc. TH THE SUPERIOR COURT OF LOB ASGE-, X les county, state of California. in Ihe matter of the estate of Patrick O. Con roy, deceased. Nonce is hereby given that Friday, the 3d day of February, 1893, at 10 o'clock a.m. of said day, at the court room of this court, department two thereof, in the city of Los Angeles, county of Los Angele. snd state of Cu'iforuia, ha. been appointed as tbe time and place for hearing the application of M. F, ODea, praying that a documer* now on file in this court, purporting to the last will aud testament of tbe said deceased, be admitted to probate, that let ters testamentary be issued thereon to M. F. ODea, i which time and place all persona in terested therein may appear and contest the Baroe. Dated January 20,1893. T. H. WARD, County Clerk. ByC W. Bi.ak - Leputy. 1-21 12t Clarence A. Miller, attorney for petitioner. Proposals to Sell to the City ot Los Angeles a Piece or Pieces of Land for a Gravel PH. SRALED.PROPOSAIS WILL BE RECEIVED by the under-slgned up io 11 o'clock a. m. of Monday, February 6, 1 98, f-om parties de-ir on of selling to the city of Los Angelea a pieoe or pieces qt laud containing good gravel fur tbe graveling of public streets. EMders must accompany their proposals with au option p-operly acknowledged by the own er giving the city of Los Augeles the privilege of purchasing said property at any time within (iO days at price mentioned in biff. Couucil reserves tho right to reject any and "all bids. My order of the council of the city of Loi An geles at its meting of January 30,1593. 2-2-51 C.A. LUI.IKKN UACH, Olty Clerk. PERRY, MOTT & CO.'S LUMBER YARDS AND PLANINO MILLS. 316 (1-icwflrl *'r.-»t. Im '...Cal.