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FINANCE AND TRADE.
Kerlew. J New To»k, Feb. 15 —Tho stock market was active this morning, with some excitement un- Itler pronounced selling iv Industrials and a flew speolaltios among railroads. The exoite- I ttent quieted down and a substantial rally fol lowed later, though considerable feverlshness marked dealings throughout. Exchange still continues high and tin general Impression is considerable gold must go in the immediate future. Sugar closed with loss of 2 per cent, and Cordage 2%. other changes were for frac Uons. Government bonds closed dull and steady. HONEY QUOTATIONS. Nxw York, Feb. 15 —Money on call, cssy; slewed offered at 2 per cent. Prime mercantile paper—s®o per cent- Sterling exchange—CJu et but strong, 00-day kills, $4 88%; demand, $4 88% STOCKS AND BONDS. New York, Feb. 15 —Closing quotations were as follows: 0. S. 4s, regular..ll2U North Ameilcan.. lO\-i Docoupon 112VJ Northwestern. ...lla>j p. 8. 2s, regular.. 99W Do preferred... 145 Pacific 8s 105 N. Y. Central 109% Atchison 34 Oregon Inipt 20^ Amer. Express...llß Oregon Nay 79 Amer. Cotton Oil. 49 Oregon Short Line 21% Burlington 09W Pacific Mall 24 Canadian Pacific. B(>H Pullman Palace .lOUSf Canada Southern. 55% Rio Gr Western .22 Central Pacific... 27Vn Do preferred. ... 00 Del. A Lacka .... 52% Do firsts 77U Denver & B.Grand 54' 1 Rock Island • 84k Distillers 38% St. Paul 70!^ Illinois Central... 99% St. Paul A Omaha 55% Kansas at Texas.. 24% American Sugar. .128% Lake Shore 127% Texas A Pacific.. 9% Lead Trust 47% Onion Pacific 39;* Louisvl A Nashvl 741, 0. 8. Express in Mich. Central 105 Wells >argo 146 Missouri Pacific. 55% Western Union... 98% Northern Pacific. 17%t General Electric. 110;^ Do preferred.... 48% Linseed Oil :.8 Boston, Feb, 15.—Closing quotations were as follows: Atchison 84X10. B. & q MX Mexican Central. HVilßell Telephone.. .203 Ban Diego | MINING SHARES, , Niw York, Feb, 15.—Minlnj shares cloied as follows: Crown Point 55 Plymouth 80 Con. Cal. .t Va. 225 lierra Nevada.. 1.20 Desdwood 1.30 Standard. 1.40 Gould & Curry.. ,?5 Onion Con 95 Hale A Norcross 1,15 Yellow Jacket .. .110 Homestake 11.50 iron silver 30 Mexican 1.50 CJoicksllvet. .. 3.00 Ontario, 13.00 Do Preferred. 18.00 Ophir 1.90 Bulwer 12 Ban Francisco, Feb. 15.— Clo»' jg quotations were: Belchtr 75 '".ale A Noroross. 1.10 Beit a Belcher... 1,25 Peer 05 Chollar 50 Potosl 1.30 Con. Va 235 lavage SO Confidence 1,50 Sierra Nevada... .1.15 Gould* Curry... .80 Onion Con no Ophlr 1,85 Yellow Jacket... .00 Silver Bullion. New York, Feb. 15.—Bar silver, per ounce, BSHc. Bam FRAHcism, Feb. 15.—Silver bars, per ounce, 83»iri)83> 8 c Mexican dollars—63! San Francisco Market Review. Sah Fhancisco, Feb. 15.—Fruit—Apples, 35c C<4sl for common to good; $1.25(3)1.50 for choice, pears—7sc®sl.3s per bsx. Cltruß fruits—Mexican limes, $7; Bicilv lem ons. $5.0093.50; California icmono, £1.0013 2.00 for common, and $2.00 33.00 for good to choice. Bananas—sl.2s32.so per hunch. Hawaiian pineapples—s4 50K8.00; Mexican pineapples. $'! 00t*8 00 per doz Oranges—Rlvefilde seedlings, $1.50fiD2.00 tier box; Ban Bernardino navels, $2.50(53.00; do seedlings, $125nJ2.00: Orovlllo navels, H)2.50@3 00; do seedlings, $1.30(o(2: Los Ange "shaven, $firstname.lastname@example.org; do seedlings, 85cO DRIED FRUIT. Dites-4a£(as!<c per lb. Apples—Sun dried, quarterrd, per sb; dsjsliced, 5%<B;80! do evaporated, iv boxes, 9J,/u}loo. Pears—Bleached. 6@oc for sliced, 3(85c fir quartered aud 8c for evaporated: unbleabhtd, BftHc for sliced and for quartered Flgs-5o for pressed and 3s;4c for unpressed Prunes-7isßc for the four sizes and 100 for the fifth Biza of 50s tn (>os Plums—Pitton, unpltted, 2'v"«sn. Peaches- -Bleached, sun dried, U ii(a)i*u tur rtoyal and 10(cj)16o for Mootpark. Grapes—2(a)2V,'o. Raisins—(Quotable as follows: London layers, 81 email@example.com: loose Muscatels, $1,00,.}1,25 in boxes and 2%fj)80 per lb in sacks VXQKTABLSS. Los Angeles tomatoes—s»oc®sl 50 per box Mushrooms—loJslsc for common and 20(B 50c per lb for buttons. Green peas—s(o)ic per lb for Lob Angeles. Asparague—lSdfeOq per lb. Rhubarb—loc per lb. Turnlps-70a750 per cental. Beets—7sc per sacs. Carrots—Feed. 40(3)oOc. Parsnips—sl 25 per cental. Garlic— %(at\%c per lb. Cauliflower-SOWtiSc per doz. Dry peppeis—s(B7c per lb. Dry okra—lsc per lb Marrowfat iqnaßh—s 1 5 00(317.50 per ton. Chicago Grain Market. Chicago, Feb. 15.—Wheat was fair iv trade, with wide fluctuations, trite market otvned unchanged: held steady foi some time: eased offKc ou weakness in corn, lower cables, in creased receipts in northwest; tnen down 2Jio on vloious sailing by shorts, led by Ream; rallied ll<c on covering to take progt on decline; closed -JnC lower. Rocelpts were 142,005 bushels; shipments 40,000 bushels. * 1 Closing quotations—Wheat, steady; cash. 74c; May, 77^c. Corn—Lower; cash, 42c; May, 459u*. Oats—Steady; cash, 31c; May, 83t.e,. Bye—s2o. Barley—64c. Flax—»l.2i><. Timothy—s2.o3. OTHER GRAIN MARKETS. Ban Francisco, Feb. 15.—Wheat was qulel; Hay, H Barley—Baay; May, 84c. Corn-$1.12K. Liverpool, Feb. 15,—Wheat, offered moder- Hely: No 2 red winter closed steady at 5s lOd; No. 2 red spring, steady at Its BUd, Corn—Offered moderately; spot, old, closed Arm at 45,3« d; spot, new, steady at 4s skd; February, staadyat Msroh, sttady at is HiVH■ April, steady at 4s 3! ~|. General Markets. New York, Feb. 15.—Hops, dull but easy; state, common to choice, 21@24c; Pacific coast, 2K*240. Coffee—Options closed Bteady and 5 points up to 15 down. The sales were 17,500 bags, in eluding Maroh, $17.3551)17 40, April, $17.00 @17.05; May, $10 SOiaJKi 90 Spot Bio closed dull and easy; No. 7, i««)i*> Sugar—Raw olosed firm ana quiet: 85 test, S%m refined closed steady. Copper—Dull and steady; lake, $12 00 Leae—Quiet and steady; domestic, $4 00. Tlu—Quiet and steady; straits, $20,10. Chicauo, Feb. 18.—Mess pork, steady; cash. BJIB.Jfi; May, #19.60. Lard—strong: cash, #12 80; May, $12.82 U. Bibs—Steady; cash, $10. May, $10.32j,'. Petroleum. NswYosk, Feb. 15.—Petroleum certificates closed strong at 67^c. LOS ANGELES LOCAL MARKETS. [Ths quotations given below are current wholesale selling prices,] Provisions. Hams-Per lb, local smoked, 18s. Bacon—Per lb, local smoked, I8t>; medium, 16@ldXc.. t , Fori—Per lb, dry salt, 14Uo. Dried Bikf—Per lb, lnsides, 160. Labd Per lb, Comtound 3s. 13« c; S's, tSMc; 10's, I ao'i, Pure leaf, 40. higher all arouud. Still Prodncts. Floor-Per bbl., L. A. BXXS, $4.80: Capitol Mills, $4.80: 'perry's, $4 90: Drifted Btiow, ti 75: Victor, $4 75; Crown, $1.70; Btooktonia, 4.90. Mill Fhed—Bran, per toD, $Jl.oo| shorts, BS3.00; mixed feed (corn and barley), per 100 lbs., $1.15; cracked corn. $115; feed meal, $1.2(1; lolled bailey, $1.00. Grain and Hay. Baulky—Brewing, $t.05@1. 16; feed, 85. Cobh—Per oental, $1.00. Oats—No. 1, per cental, $1.50. Wheat—No. 1, per cental, $1.35(81.50; No. 8,J1.20»1.30. Hax—Oat, No. 1, $10; wheat, No. l,$ll; bar ley, No. 1, $10; alialfa, No. 1, $9; No. 2 grade BT lower all around. Straw—Barloy, per ton, $5; wheat, $5. Dairy Products. Butter —Fancy oresmery, 28-ounce squares, SOfjtogWo; faaoy dairy, per roil, 45@47Kc; oholoe, 375400. Cheese .-California half cream, per ft, 10c • coast,full cream, per ft, 14c; California, local speoln l . brands, per tt>, 15C916W0; California, I 3-» hand, per ft, l7Wc; eastern full cream, I twins, pet it, 14c; cheddare, per lb, lie; do- I Btestle twits, per ft, 18c. Fresh Fruit*. CRAtrnißUKs—Per barrel. 111.00315.00. Bs.NANis-Per bunch,s2 00f»2 50. Apple*-Per box, $1 50(a)!.75: in barrels, per lb., 2>^t. Lemons-Cured, tier ?3 5QA4.001 un cured. per tox, $2 5033 00. ORtNtiEA-.lavela, per box, ¥3 0093.25; 'M : I 5032.25. Vegetables. Beans—Navy or small white, per 100 lbs., $3.00ra>3 25; Pink, per lOOlbtt , $2 90?,:! 00: Blank-eyed, per 100lbs., $2 5033.75; Llinas per 100 lbs., $3 00C43.25, Suets—Per 100 lbs,, 70c. CABBAOK-P.-r 100 lbs,, $1.1031.25. C.' riiots—Per 100 lbs.. $i 00. CAtti.iPt.owKß—Per doz., 55c. Cki Eat—Per doz , 50c. Chiliei—Dry, per string, SSSTOs, Onion?-Per 100 lbs., $1 so. PaßtNirs—Per 100 lbs , #1 50. Peas—(lreen, per lb., 113120. ' Potatoes—Burbank. per 100 lbs., $1.6039 1.75; Peerless, $1.4031 50; Pdik eye>,sl.2s§ 1.40: Chico Rose, $1.80f091.75. Bwht Potatoes—Per 100 lbi , $1.25. Tomatoes—Per 30 lb box, $1.75. Turnips—Per 100 lbs., 80c. Dried Fruits. pplks—Evaporated, per lb , 11c; sundried, APRicoTS-Evaporated, per lb., 14". PKACiiES-Unpeeled, per IS>„ peeled, 22c. Prunes-Choice, per ID., 10@llc. jftAtsiNs-London layer?, per box, $1,50® Poultry and Ejrjra. Poultry—Hens, RB.OXMM.M pirdoz.; jonng roosters, $8.00; old roosters, $5 50; broilers, $4.00cf)150; duoks, $3.0039 Oj; turkeys, 11M 100 per lb. Hous—Calilornla ranch, 17@190 per doz. Honoy and Beeswax. Honiy—Comb, 123143; extraoted, white, 7 @8c; amber, 037 c. Bebswax—2oS23o. Wines and Liquors. The following quotations of wines and liquors in case nnd uulk are /u r nishcd by C. F. A. Last, wlno and liquor merchant, 181 North Main streot: Wine.:—Angelica, Muscat, Port, sherry, To kay, per a 31., 85i"if$l.50, accnrlluu to ago; Claret. 25(*.i0c; Kinfar.de), «5c(85i.25; Rela ting, 85c(tttll 2."> i Hnuterne, 75iftr$i.5n ; Bur gundy, 7f>r<i;sl.so: Gulndat, 75effi$l,»0. California brand»—(Bl.7s33 50. per cute, $3.00(1,7,700; pints, »0c per case, additional. Kentucky whlaky—Bl 58f(i6 ISO. Imp irled liquor —'. ognac, $1 50910.00: gin, $3.2.Vi?4 00; Jamilca rum, $5.50: St. Croix rum, $3 550: Blurry $2 0037.00: Port, $2.00 (37.00; Irish whisky, $52538.09; Scotch whisky, ■5,90 10.00. Champ.ignts—B. H. Mumm, extra dry, pints, $34: quarts, SJ3-J; Pomraerv 8«o, pluta. $35.50; quarts, $37 50; Loula Roodorer, pints, 1135.50; quarts, $17.50: George G.ntlet, pinti, $3J 00; quarts, $34; Grtca Seal, pints, *;8; quarts, (129 SD; Mlpse (Calilotnla), piuis, $14,50; quarts $17. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Wednesday, February 15th. I 0 Smith to Ministerial H- me Assn—NKJt of KF.ii Sec 0, T 8 N, R 13 W: agreement to con vey; $1000. E Hharp to A V Borland-Lot 8, blk 1, Shaw tract; $1. T Parkcs to J Rupse l !—Land for road pur poses In Talmadge, Foot & Bu nhnm tract, Pas adena; $1. J Ruisell et nx to T W P«xkes-Part lot 1, blk 4, name tract; $1. J A Teel et ux th .1 Schnelzer—Lot 15 and 10, blk 1, Lewlßttub American Colony tract; $75. A Mecarlney to M a l.otjan—Part lot R, blk 121, Santa Monica; $60. L B Heath ot con to M J Jamiton—Lot 5, Case'ssnb. 11—53; $t. B F Norton to L B ttohn—Lot 13 and patt of lot 12. bllt 71. 0 8; #3000. F F Rowan et con to A Lots F and G, b'k 190, Santa Monica; $500. M A Keely et con to J it O'Neill—LOt 14, Villa tract: $1. 8 Hubbard et ux to J R Hubbard—lotslS, 16, 21, T 2 N, X 15 W, of G X Porter's ranch; ¥1500. J H Duffy to his wife-Lots 4 and (j, blk 5, Yistwes tract; $1. B B Brigga ct nx to P Bscalle—Lots 0 and 7, blk A. Ciesccnta; $75. 0 W Payno to T Bassett—Lot 25, blk A," Shafer <b Lanterman's sub Montagae tract; $700. 1, M Horton et ux to C W Davis—Lot 17, Cox Bros sub KetkoO tract; $1. J W Blackburn et ux to n X Mills—Lots 21, 24, bl D, norland, Baldwin & Rust's subFlek erlng Laud and Water Co'ssubThomasraucho: $00. eiioriff to J Jarvls-Lot cor Upper Main and Walters rts; $405 20. J Jarvls to 8 : V/aid—Same prop; $1. J \V Wolfskill ci. ux to J L Butler —.Lot Tl, in m, s wu w , SF—swr~ ' - " E L Fanis et al to W 0 Marson—Lot 7, Ftrrls <& Lyman's sub Mutual Orchsrd Co's lands; $720. 1 M E Hartwell et ux fo W 8 Wright-Lot 11, Mlohener's sub Painter & Ball's tit agreement to convey; $800. M A Ware to W C Mason—L-,ts 1 and 2, pi---'-snb. 14-50, $100. W Dotltinvllle to Dump—Lot 32, Bonlanville's suooan Paaqual trt; $493. 0 It Ford to c B Ford—Lot '/., bl 110, Santa Monica: $250. W C Mason et ux to X P Furguson—Lot 14, bl F, Stanton's sub Goll'trt; $-00. F F Sehriver to Roue.tale Cemetery assn—Lot 80. bl O, cemetery; $ :2.50. it Haws to same—Lot 101, Bee O, cemetery; $50. C W Merry et ux to A Haywood—Land iv Ro Ban Patquit: $175. J Bobbing! et nx to H E Miller-Part lot 42, Buchanan o'Mc;tl's sub Painter ,t Ball's trt; $110. 0 Klobo et ux tn L J Baudouln—Land in Freo mau trt, 3—114; $325. M M Hill et con to 11 A Moore—Land for street purposes, in lot 9, bl F, Pickering Land ,4 Water Cu's sub J M Thomaß Ro: $1. 0 P Dorlaud to L J Adam-.-BEJi NEK and NKU OtU snd UK KWK of td£!4 sea 18, T 2, X 13 W, and other prop; $150. Cuyof Loa Angeles to R M Baker— B l A lot 11, bl 4, O 8. W H Bowman et nx fo (1 P Allen—Strip ot land on First st, between j!an Pedro and Vino Rts, for parly wall, N Mctfartucv to J P MUler-Lots 8, 9, 10 blk K. Motttrt; !10. J M Elliott to N McCartney—Lot 10 Childs & Hansen'!, tub blk 02, O Bl $1. R Harvey toT Karlcy ot al—Lot 5 blk 4, BUb Curve y ranch; $2000. 0 Halts to E -hrelver—Lots 1 and 2 Baruch's sub lot 4 Oik 17, H 8: $1000. E W Ilcwctt to O H Periy-X int In B'A lot 29 Glaßselt & Thompson's Montezuma trt: #875. o H Perry to E W Hewett—Same property: . almdele Cd Co to O L Drake—Lot 4 bee 20, T 0 N, It 11 W: $200. 8 McCluro et ux toG B Morion—NVW nW'4 sec 7, T 4 8. R 11 W: #300u. G It Bouebraio to 0 Jackscn—rart blk 1 Cor ona trt, 37—30; $1000 J C Bust, et al to 8 B Lane—T.ot 18 Rust A Lantlrcdth's sub lot 10 blk F. LAW Uo'siub J .1 Thorn m ranch! $300 B X Lano to F P Oliver—?ani.; prop: $300. Atlantic and Pacilic Vibra Impo'tlng end Manufacturing Co Ltd to J A firav.-'—l and iv Sec 5, 7, 9,11. 13,15,17,10, 21, 88, 81T8N, 1115 * ; alto other property In same vJclnl'v, and Several ag'rcments to 'QnVer 155-474, 133 880, 159—87; deed-; $50,0n0. 1' Dtaver et al lo 1. nchmuokle—Lot 17 blk E, 'lie sell's sub, 6-139; $126, N B VIIIIII et ux to N P Mulford-NJ-S »«!; S E)* *CC 1(1 T 9 N, R 12 W; $100. Si M; Lang et con to T Andrews— li l A lot £5, sub ti 12000 acres E» a Ro Ex Mis de San Ifernaudo; $^00. R W Hnir.ird to J F Nohr-10 acres land in Soto trt; $1300. W F iroaor et ux to G B Wangling—Lots 11 and 12 Grosser trt; $600. a Same to L Tag—Lot 13 8.'.m0 trt; $300. G 11 Adams ct nx to C fV v\ inters— LottCHSaiid Slootai Root Hi'ir OrM Falling Bald ffIHH Makes Heads. The Gives J&W&l-ll Hair Length Soft And AWwT.'OTSBV And :-.t'vn !: th. /KeT;*r*#*!\ Glossy. Contains • \ .' ''j ' Sulphur. Liy rmml »S Vegetable / , Hff&Mf 1 Delicate Compound. / •(,! I Ones /,;'>'.'•.*!' , ' I la Dandruff, J § |Wj I 1 Nature's Stops (Trade Mark Registered.) All All Scalp Itching t t A r r-v Humors. of HAIR 19 The lirVllV. Kr „ Scalp. l-'rom Ir- 6BBWEB 3 Dressing. Substances. Bold byT>ruggists, $1; six,»r>. Worth $5 nbottlo MANUFACTURED ONLY BY THJ? Skookum Root Hair Grower Go. NEW YORK. LOS ANGELES HERALD: THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 16, 1893. B IS W%*W ■ H !■# I r v RELIEF For biliousness, diarrhoea, nausea, and dizziness, take Ay er's Pills the best family medicine, purely vegetable, Evsry Dose Effective 10 blk E, Pomeroy & Stimpson's sub Alhambra; $375. J W Fortune to (1 E Harpham—Lot 0 Hay's ad Sunset trt; $30. SUMMARY. Deeds 84 Nominal 13 Total $ 75,419.70 Note—Figures separated by a dash represent book and page of miscellaneous records. Astonishing; Fact. Suspected by Comparatively Few.—Things that embody the most truth are frequently among the last to bo realized. Incredible as it may seem one in four have a weak or diseased heart, the early aymploms of which are, short breath, oppression, laiht and buuary spoils, fluttering, pain in left side, smothering, swol len ankles, dropsy, wiud in stomach, etc. Levi Logan, Buchanan, Miob.. suffered from heart disease 30 years. Two bottles of Dr. Miles' Heart cure cured him. "The effects of your New Heart Cure is wonderful."—Mrs. Eva Drofser, MoOrepor, la. This favorite remedy is soli by C. H. Hnnce, 177 North Boring, on a guarantee. Set tho doctor's book. New and Startling Fact, free. California Vinegar Works, 555 Banning street, opposite soap factory, near Alameda and First streets, one-hali block from electric light works. Our Home Brew. Malor 4 Zobcletn's Lager, fresh from tho brewery, on draught in all the principal sa loons, delivered promptly in bottles or ke?s- OfflOQ ond brewery, 444 Allso st. Telephone 91. tfhen Baby was sick, we gave her Castorirt, Wl»n she was a Child, eho cried for Costorfa- Wben she became Miss, she clung to Castorlfc. 7i hen she had Children, she gave them Oestorls, Notice Inviting Proposals to Furnish Groceries for the City Prison. SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RKOEIVifD by the underslgnrd up to 11 o'clock a.so of Monday, February 20, ) 893, to furnish the city of Los Angeles with such groceries as It may require for use in the city prison, for one year from and after the date of the contract. Information as to thb articles required and the approximate quantities used can b3 ob famed from the chief oi police. A certified check to the older of the under signed for $30 must accompany each proposal, as a guarantee that blddor will enter luto a contract If awarded to him. Council reserves iho right to reject any and all bids. By iir.ier of tho Council of thi ci'y of Lor An geles at its meeting of February 13th, 1893. C. A. LUCKKNFIAUU. 215 6t City Clerk. Notice Inviting Proposals to Furnish Bread for the Ciiy Prison. CEALUT) PRorn=<ATi~w"r;t BE RECEIVED O by the undersigucd up to 11 o'c ock a m, of Monday, February 20, 1803, to furnish the city of Los Anvetes tr'th such quantities of bread as it. may require foi use in the city prison for tbe period of one year from and after the date of the contract. A cettitled check fo the ordsr of the uuder sigued for $50 must accompany c*ch proposal, aB a guarantee that bidder will enter Into a con tract, If awarded to him, iv coniormi y with his bid. Council reserves the right to reject any and all bids. By ord'ir of the council of the city or Loi An geles at its meeting oi February 13,1893. C. A. LCOKiNiSACH. 2-15 8t City Clerk. Notice Inviting Proposals to Kepair Paved (streets. QBALED PROPOSAL'S WILL BE RECEIVED O by the undwrslgned nit to 11 o'olock a.m. of Monday, February 20,1H03, from parties desir ous of repairing the paved st.eets of tho city of Los Ang'jJcs, where needed, for a term of one year from and after tho date of t he contract. All work to be done under the di'ecLlon of the Street Superintendent, and iv accordance with specifications for street paving. bidders will state the p ice per n inure foot at which the Work will be done. A certified cheek to the order of the under signed for tjt! 00 must accompany each pro3o -ral, as a guarantee that blddei will enter into a contiact if awarded him. Council reserves the right to reject any and •all bids By order of the Council of tire ofty of Los An geles at Its mcetiug oi Februnry 13, 1893. C. A. LUCKENBACH, 2-15 Ot City Clerk. Notice Inviting Proposals to Col lect and Dispose of Dead Animals SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED by the undersigned up to 11 o'clock a. 111. of Monday, February 20, 1893, to collect and dispose ol dead anlmalß by cremation or other method satisfactory to the city council and board of health of the oity of Los Angeleß. Bidders will submit their own specifica tions. The carcasses to be conveyed In covered vehicles lo bo approved by the board of health and city council. The contract to run for a period ot two (2) years from and alter this date. A certified check to the order of the under signed for #50 must accompany each proposal as a guarantee th.it bidder will outer into a con tract if awarded to him In conformity with his bid. Bf order ol the council of the oity of Los An geles st its meeting of February 0,1893. 2-0 12t J. A. LPCK.HNBA.CII, City Jlerk. Notice Inviting Proposals to Con struct Certain Sections of the Out fall Sewer from the City of Los Angeles to the Pacilic Ocean. SKALBD PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED by the undersigned up to 11 o'clock a. m. of Monday, the 20th day of February, 11 93, to fur nish alt labor and material (except cement), and construct by sections the masonry portion of the outfall sewer from the city of Los Angeleß to the Pacilic ocean, ol section! 4-A aud 5-A ou the route through Hyde Park and Inglewond, aa deßignated upon the maps, plans and pronles on file 111 the oflice of the city engineer of the city of Lob a ngeles. Bidders will submit proposals separately for each section in bulk, including all excavations, back filling, manholes, diops, tnnnels, settling chambers, conduits, culverts and junctions, as indicated on plans, profiles and detail drawings on file In tin office ol the city engineer All work ti be done in accordance with plans and specifications adopted by 1 tie count i 1 of the city of Los An«elen at its meeting of July 12, 1892, and on file in the office of th« under sigued. and plans, profiles and detail drawings In the office of the city engineer. A price per cubic yard shall also bo named for any extra excavations that may be occa sioned by changes dv lug tho construction. All contracts will include a clause providing that no Chinese labor shall be employed upon tiie work, aud that no material shall ba used which has been manufactured bychlnoso; also that eight (81 hours' labor Bltail eonuituto a day's work, aud that the tiuccessful bidder will not contract for, receive or require more than eight (8) hours'labor for a day's work of any person eniployd upon said work, and that no Eci son shall bo employed upon said work who as not resided withiu the county of Los An geles at least six (0) months previous to the time of his employment. A certified cheok to the order of the under signed amounting to 5 per cent of the gross bid shall accompany each proposal, as a guarantee that bidder will outer into a contraot if awarded to him in oonformity with his bid. Council reserves the right to reject any and all bids : By order of the council ol the city of Los An geles at its meeting of February 7,1893. 2 8 12t O. A. LOCKEtJBACH. City Clerk. A BOOK FOR EVERY MAN nnTu ti ftft p«. nnß .*h I w:*ni:»..i Wiitjf i>g,uUi IllClilljfi Or CKVATXON. A n*w nnrt only Gold Medal I'KIKE 15SSAT on NKKVOUS an<) PHYSICAL I)E!UUT-jf, KKXIORS of TOPTH, KXHAC/ttTttD VITALITY, PRE MATHKR I>KCLINK, trA nil DIKEARES and WKAKNKHHRB of MAX. 800 pngpn, cloth, flilt; ISS Invnluabltt rrefjeriptrors. Only $i.m l»y matl, double eealea. ])e«cri])tivo Proapectus, with enclorßemrr ta of pfii-pi crum tho Tresa m.d voluntarr UHh h I fikSr Mittmo&UUi of thi em ■ lsl=-t«! NOW. Consultntion in pprson or by mail. Expert treat mrr,t. IM Vf OLAB LX f»KCft ROY and CER TAIN CURE. Addrcfr, Dr. W. H. Parker, or Tt'o PlMrttody Medical Imtitate, Ho. 4 BuHlnch St., Mass. The Science of lift, or Self-preserratlon, 1b a treaso.ro more valtmbio than jroid. Kead it new, every WEAK and NERVOUS mail, and learn to to STUONO.— Medical Review. (ConyrlehtedLl Ordinance No. 1549. (NKW PEBIKSs) AN OnDINANCK DECLARING THE IN tentiou of the ma.or and council of the city of Lob Angeles to change and establish the grade ot Bally street, fronl Pennsylvania nvt- nue to *ew Jeisey avenne, r.nd fixing the Jim- Hp of the district to be MMs*ed to pay the cost, danisgesand expenses thereof. The mayor and council ot the city of Los An geles do ordain as foUorre: SecMon 1. That It in the Intention of tho council t f the city ol Lob Angeles to change and establish tho grade of Bally street from Pennsylvania avenue to New Jersey avenne, aa follows: At the lit e-rsection of Pennsylvania avenue the grade shnll be 63,00 on the north west and northeast corner, at the Inter/ection of Michigan uvtMiue 80 00 on tbe sontbweat aud southeast corner, Mid 81.50 on tbe north west and ii'Ti'i ir-i corner; at tho Intersection of New Jersey itventio 05 00 on the southwest and FouihearU comer. And at rll noints be tween said •< 11 -.iv.cd points the grade shall be GStibllahcd bo <is' to conform to a straight line drawn between Bald de'lgnated points. Kleva tiom areJn feet »'nd abovo city aattttt Plane, flee 2. The Loundarirs of the district to bo by s*ld change a<!d to be assessed to pay tUednmn Ihal may beawardf d by reason of such i bait Kb of grade arc herehy designated and cstabliehad follows: Beginning at the fcuthcAfat corner oi Nesv Jersey avenue and Bully utreet, easterly along tha south erly lino \ f New Jersey avenue 00 to a pouiti ihouce Routhariy on a Due parallel with and (jO fee; sttstetly ol the easterly line of Bai ly street to a point on the northerly line of Pennsylvania a7?nue, thence westerly along tbe northerly line of Penn c y!v.'-nta avanuft to a point st> icet westerly of thi.- northwest corner of Pennsylvania avonu; mi Bsily street, thence northerly on ft lino pafftllel with and 50 feet westerly of the westeriy line of Haily street to a print on the southerly line of New Jersey avenue, thence oanterlv nloag said southerly ?lne lo Lite point of heeinning, excepting there fiom any publics street or al<cy that may lie within the Hbyvrt-dennTibPd district. 110. 3. The citjf clerk shall rertify to the r asstge of this oinfranco and shall cause the sume lob i pabllsJied for 10 d.ay in the Los An [■~'■..' i> and (hereupon and thereafter it shall lake irrel t and be in force. 1 hereby curt!lf that tbe foregoing ordinance wus adopted b? the council of the cif of l,os Angeles at 1 in set Jug of February 7, 1803 C A. LUOKENDAOfI. City Olcrk. Approved this 10th day of February, 1893. 2-lii lOt T. U. iIOWAN, Mayor. Notice of the Filiug* of the Report of the Commisstiiners Appointed for the Wadeiiiutr of Pico Street. From Main Street to ITitcueroa Street, in </ompliance With Ordinance No. 1847 (New Series), Together With the i'iat of the Assessment District. -VTOTICH I 8 HKRUBY GIVEN THAT TUB ll commissioners f.ppoimed to assees tbe ben dlts nnd dntiiane*, and to hsve general super vision of tbe proposed work o£ widening Pico Btroet, from ilain tireet to Figueroa Ftreet, have filed in tbe office of the undersigned a report, Uttethi r with a plat of the assessment district. All persons Interested are hereby required to show csuse, if any they have, on cv buore Sat urday, tho 11th diy of March, 1893, v/ny such report should not be confirmed by the council of the city of Los Angeles, xii objections must be In writing and filed with the clerk of ssid ci'y council. All persons signing pro tests will attach there to their postoilice address. C. A. LTJCKENBACH, City clerk and ox-ofllclo olerk of the council of 2 9 lOt the city of Los Angeles. Notice for Publication of Time for Proving: Will, Etc. TN TPfR r.TJPJtaiOR COURT, STATE OF X California, County of Los Angeles— »8. In the nutter of the estate of Joshua Sands, deceased. Notice is hcieby given Urn Friday, the 24th day of February, 803, at 10 o'cloct a.m, of said day. at th- court room of this court, de partment two thereof, tv the city of Lo« An gelei, county of Los Angeles, and state of Cal ifornia, has been aupnmteu a« the time and place for bearing the application of Eliza L. ■ 'I 1'!-, praying that a document now on file in tniscourt, purporting to he the last will and ti'fc'amtnl of the Bald deceased, bo admitted to probat i, that, letters testamentary be issued thereon to John 8. Park, at which tiniH and place ail pornoirS interested therein may appear and dontoat the xamn, Dated, February 11,1898 T. 11, wamd, County Clerk. By C. W. Bt.aksC, ucputy. Burnett &. Gibbon, artorueys for petitioner. 2-12 lOt LOS ANGELES TERMINAL RAILWAY. Loa Angoleß depots, east end of First street s.tid Downey avenne titidqws. Leavu Los Angeles lor Leave Pasadeua for l'at>udeua. Los Angeles. t 0:35 am t 7:L*> a.m ' 7:10 a.m - 8:05 a.m • X 00 a.m * 9:05 a.m • 0 00 a.m »10:35 a.m *H>:3o a.m *12:00 m •12:15 p.m • 1:05 p.m • 1:25 p m * L':os p.m • 2:25 p.m • 4 05 p.m • 4:00 p.m * 5:25 p m • 5:20 p.m «,7:05 p.m • 0:20 p.m * 9:30 p m 11:00 p.m..,. , 11:45 p.m ~ Downey avenue leaving time 7 minuto Inter. Leave Loa Angeles tor Leave Altadena for Altadcua. Los Angeles. •10:30 a.m "11:35 a.m • 4:00 p.m * 5:00 p.m All trains start from First -street depot. Leave Los Angeles foriLeave Olendale for Los Olendale. Angeles. t 0 45 a.m ♦ 7:25 a,m t 815 am t 9:05 a.m •1220 p.m • l:Ui pm • 5:25 p.m ♦ 6:15 p m Leave Los Angeles for Leave East San Pedro Long lieach and Kast for San Pedro. Los Angeles. • 9:45 a.m..» 7:40 a.m 112:48 p.m 111:15 a.m 1 5:15 p.m * 3:35 p.m Between East San Pedro and Long Beach, 10 minutes. San Gabriol Valley Rapid Transit Railway MONROVIA DIVISION. Leave Los Angeles for Leave Monrovia for Los Monrovia. Angeles. t 7:55 a.m t 0:55 am. *11:10 a.m * 8:5% a.m 7 • 2:55 p.m »12:45 pm • 5:23 p m • 4:00 p.m 'Daily, t Pal ly. except Sundays. iSundava only. Stages meet the 8:00 a.m. and 12:15 p.m. traius at Tasadena for Mt Wilson on new trail. Passengers leaving Los Angeles on the 8 a.m. train ior Wilson's peak can return toe same day Theater nights the 11 p.m. train will wait 20 mintit's after the theater is out when later than 10:40 p.m. npecial rates to excursion and picnic parties. Depots cast end First street and Downey ave nue bridges. Ueuerul oßlces, First-street Depot. 1 «. BURNETT, General Manager, ]y2-tf W.WINCOP, Gen, Paisengsr Agt. The Standard-Bredßtalllon, DICK RICHMOND, 17,040, Rs.ce Record, 3.33. Will stand fur public service the season ot 1803 at our larm, Los Nietos, Cal. * Tefms: $30 cash, or approved note, at time ol serv.ee. All mares brea by tea eeaion, with usual return privilege. All mares at owner's r-sk, as we will not be responsible for accidents or escape?. Good pasturage, or fed hay 11 de tired, ut reasonable terms, d-w 1 1 2m SANCHSZ BROS. Ownors. Southern Pacific Company. IMPORTANT CHANGR OF TIMK FIBRUART 2, 1893. Trains leave and are due to arrive at LOBANOELEB (ARCAIJIi DEPOT). Fifth street, dally, as follows: Leave Fori destimation. Arr. From B:3oam Banning alO:10a.m a4:3op. m Banning 4:00p.m 8 30a. m Colton 10:10a.m 10:30 a. m Colton 4:oopm 4 30p.m Colton 0:15p.m 8 ilO a. m Dealing and Kast.... 4 OOp.m 8:30 a.m.. Bl Paso and Rast.... 4:00p.m AS:lsp.m Chlno AB:soa.m 8:30 am Chino 10:10 am 4:30p.m Chlno «:l»p.m 0:25».m Long Beach & San Pedro 8:15a.m Al 2:4opm. San Pedro & Long Beach All:soa.m 5:00 p.m. Long Beanh ABan Pedro 4:15p.m 2.00 p. m Jgden and Bast,2d class 7:30a.m 10:40 p.m. Ogden and Batt.lst class 12:M>pm 10:40 p. m .... Portland.Or 7:30a.m 8:30 a. m Riverside 10;lO.t.m lo.soa. m Riverside 4:Oop.ra 4:30p.m Riverside 6:lsp.ru 8:30 a. m ....San Bernardino 10:10 a.in 10:30a.ra Ban Bernardino.-•• 4:00p.m 4:3 op.in ...San Bernardino.— 0:15p.m B:3oam Redlands 10:10».m 10:30 a. m Redlands 4:00p.m 4:30p.m Redlands 0:15p.m 2:oop.ra Ban Fran. andSacram'to 7:30a.m 10:40 p. m. San Fran, and Sacram'to 12:30p.m A9:52a. m Santa Ana and Anaheim 9:(>4a.m 6:10 p.m. Santa Ana and Anaheim A4:Oip.m 9:25 am Santa Barbara ISOp" 4 65 p.m Banta Barbara 9;10p.m 9;45a.m Panta Monica A8.03a.m Santa Monica 8.59c,.m l:10a,m. Banta Monica 12:15p.m 5:15p.m Hants Monica 4:30p.m Ati:lsp. m Santa Monica — Santa MoulcaCanon.. 512:15p.m 59:45 a. m . Banta Monica Csfion . s4:3op.m sl:lop.m. . .Santa Monica Canon ." 4:52p.m Tustin 8:43a.m A9:4oa.m Whittier 8:43a.m 4:52 p.m Whittier Al:4sp.m Take Santa Monica trains from Sin Fernanas street. Natid's Junction, Commercial street, Arcade depot, Jefferson street (Winthrop sta tion), Grand avenue, or University. For north: Arcade, Commercial street.Naud's Junction, San Fernando street. For east: Arcade, Commercial street, Nand's Junction. For other branches: Aroade, Commercial street, Naud's Junction, San Forusndo street. Looal and through tickets sold, baggage ohcoked, Pullman sleeping car reservations m&de.aud general information given upon ap plication to J. M. CRAWLS?, Asst. G Pas. Agt„ No 144 8, Spring St., cor. Second. CHARLES BEYLUR, Agent at depots, s Sundays only. A oundays excepted. RICU'D GRAY. Gen, Traffic Mgr. T. H. GOODMAN, Qen'l Passenger Agt. OTJTHERN CALIFORNIA RAILWAY COMPANY. iSanta Fe route. IN EFFECT SUNDAY, JAN. 1, 1803. Leave. Arrive. * 5:15 p.m —Chicago Limited... * 7:50 a.m * 7:00 am .. .Overland Express * 6 35 p.m * 8:15 a.m .Ban Diego Coast Line.. * 1:15 p.m * 4 30p.m ..Ban Diego Coast Lino.. • (1:50 p.m * 7:00 a.m 1 f * 7 50 a.m * 0:00 a.m 1. ..San Bernardino... J * 9 55 a.m « 4:00p.m f ...viaPasadona ] | 1:25p.m * h:lspm J 1* 0:35 p.m * 7 00am j ... RiversidevU.... j | 1:25 p.m * !>:ooa.m I ...San Bernardino... I 8:35p.m tiViofii'JSli Ktverstldo and Pan $ ,*2:J§ ?■? t l lsS£ S Ber'dlnovia Orange ) f ;„§s;£ * 7:00a.m 1 Redlands, Mentone r , n .. K J Jigga,* ...and Highland... t 6:05 a m l Redlands, Mentone i '10:15 a m * 11:00 a.m > and Highland, via ] » 3:55 p.m * 4:30p.m > Orange & Riverside ( * 0:50 p m I f f 7:35 a.m * 9:00a.m ..Azusa, Pasadena., f 8:43 a.in * 1:85p.t0 I and " 9:55 a m * 4:00p.m f intermediate ) f 1.25 p.m t 6 .25 pm I stations I ' 4:17 p.m * 0 55 p.m J l ■ 6:35pm am Pasadena ■ 7 50 a.m * 5:15 p.m Pasadena tll:3la.m * 8:05 a.n Santa Ana t 8.50 a.m * 8:15 am Santa Ana tlti:l^a.m * 1:50p.m .'antaAua " 1:15 p.m * 4:30 p.m fantaAns • 6:50 r.m •10:15 a.m Redondo • 8:29 a.m * 4:05 p.m F.edondo * 3:50 p.m * 7:48 a.m Santa Monica •10:00 a.m Banta Monica * 9:43 a.m * 4:05 p.m Sanla Monica • 3:50 p.m ganta Monica •B.tfipm f 9:00 a m 9an Jacinto via. Posade'a ♦ 1:25 pm tll:Coa.m6an Jacinto via Oraugelf 3:35 p.m t 9:00 a.m Temecula via Pasadena t 1:25 p.m fll:00a.m Temecula via Orange flo:lsp.ra t 8:15 a.m Bscondldo via Coast line|j 1:15 p.m •Daily. IDailyexceptßnnday. |-iundays only. K. W. McGKE, City Pas. and T. Ag't. 129 N. Spring st, Los Angelos. ED. CHAMBERS, Ticket Agent. First-street Depot. Dopot at foot of First street. f 23 Redondo Railway, Winter Time Card No. 9. In Effect 5 a. m.. October 3, 1892. Los Angeles Depot, Corner Grand avenue and Jefferson street. Take Brand ay. cable or Main st. and Agri cultural Park horse cars. Trains Leave Trains Leave Los Angeles Redondo for Redondo for Los Angeleß. 8:00 a.m. dally 7:20 a.m dally 9:00 a m. daily 9:10 a.m. dally 1:3/pm. daily 11:00 a.m. daily 5:17b p. m. daily 4:45 p.m. dally Rt/nniug tlmo bolweeh Los Angeles and Re donllo Beach, 50 minutes. City Ticket office at A. B. Greenwald's cigar stork corner First and Spring streets. GEO. J. AINSWORTK, J. N. SUTTON, President. Supt. B. H. THOMPSON, Vice-President. S. S. Co. GOODALL, PERKINS & CO.. GENERAL Agents. Can Franelsco. Northern routes embrace Hues for Portland, Ore., Victoria, B. C, and Puget Sound, Alaska, and all coast points. SOUTHERN ROUTES. TIME TABLE FOR FEBRUARY, 1893. LEAVE SAN FRANCISCO. For 1 ~" Port Harford.... 8. 9, Corona, Febrnary 1,10, I Santa Barbara... 1 19, 28, March 9. Redondo > San Pedro B. S. Panta Rosa. February 6, Newport 15 324, March 5. Ban uiego ) ~For 1 3, 8. Coos Bay, February 8, Redondo 1 17, 20, March 7. Ban Pedro and (3. 8. Eureka February 4, 13, way ports J 22, March 3. HAVE SIN PEDRO AND REDONDO, For \ 8. S. Sunt* Rosa. February 8, 1 17, 28, March 7. Ban Diego (9. B. Corona, February 3,12, < j 21. Maroh 2. For \ B. B. Santa Rosa, February 1, Ban Francisco... \ 10,19. 28, March 9, Port Harford.... IS. 8, Corona, February 5, 14, Banta Barbara.. J 23, Muoh4. For 1 S. 8. Eureka, February 7,16, Ban Francisco 1 25, March 6. and fa. B. Coos Bay, Febrnary 2, way ports j 11, 20, March 1, Can to connect with steamers via Ban Pedro leave B. P. K. R. depot, Fifth street, Los An gelos, al 9:25 o'olock a. m Pasaeugers per steamers Corona and Banta Rosa, via Redondo, north bound, leave Santa Fe depot at 10:15 a.m; or from Redondo rail way depot, corner Jefferson street and Grand ay->.. 9:00 a. m. Pasßonsers per Eureka and Coos Bay, via Re dondo, leave Santa Fe depot at 4:05 p. m. Plans of steamer's otbln at agent's office, Where berths may be secnr.d. The company reserve the right to ohange the Steamers or their days of sailing passage or freight as above or for tickets to and from all important points in Europe, apply to W. PABRIB, Agent. Office, No. 124 West Second St., Los Angeles. HodoMo and Kilauea 1 t HEALTH, 4str*~JtiS& DIVERSION «a f 'jjiyfc v PL S A _ BDEB, \ timSLMt I Splendid Steamers twloe B mouch ' LOW FARKB! Special rates to parties of six and over. Illus trated printed matter furnished •n application to 0. H WHITE, 01 H. B. RICE, ticket Agent, 8. P. Co., Agt. Oceanic a. ». Co., Burdick Blook. 124 West Second st. 12-15 BANKING _ -.-.^ Rfif?U'°it.v Savings Rank. Canital $200,000. ~ w —- ~tJ — o~ 5 jl ' • NO. 143 SOUTH MAIN STREET, LOS ANQELE9, CAL. OFFICERS AMD DIRECTORS. F. N. MYERS PRBSIDBKT ISAIAS rV. HELLMAN, President Nevada Bank, San Francisco; President Farmers and Mer chants' Bank. Los Angeles. -.'-''■ ANDREW J. BOWNE President Fourth National Bank, Grand Rapids, Mich tl W. HKLLMaN Vice-President Farmers and Merchants' Bank, i.os Annies r. L. DUQUE . Vice-President M. L. FLEMING Capitalist, Los Angelas A. C. ROGERS Physician, Los Angeles MADKICE S. HELLMAN Of Hellman, Waldeck f>. Co., Wholesale Stationers, Los Angeles J. A. GRAVES 01 Graves, O'Me vany & Shankland. Attorneys, Los Annie* j. H. HHANKLAND Of Graves, O'Melveuy & Shanklaud, Attorneys, Los Angelas JAMKB RAWSON Capitalist, Boston J. F.SABTORI Cashier; also Vice-President First National Bank, Monrovia, Cal FIVJB PBI< CENT INTEREST PAID ON DRPOBIT& THE NOTICE OF THE PUBLIC is called to the fact that this bank has the largest paid-up capital and surplus combined of any savings bank in .Southern California, ana only loans money on approved real estate security; that among its stockholders are some of the oldest And most responsible citizens of the community; that unfler the state law the private estates of its stockholders are pro rata liable for the total iudebedneas of the bank. These facts, with cue exercised in making loans, insure a safe depository for stvlng accounts. Schoolteachers, clerks, mechanics, euip'oyes in factories and shops, labirers, etc., w-11 Had it convenient to make de posits in small amounts. Children's savings deposits received in sums of 5 cents and upward. Kemiltanccß may be made by draft or Weliß Fargo & Co 'a exnreas. jjLj6^ Los Ancreles Savings Bank, NO 338 North Main Street. CAPITAL STOCK. (IIO.fJOO BDKPLCB 80,000 H. W. HELLMAN, President. J. S. PLATER, Vice-Presiasnt, W. M. CASWELL, Cashier. DIRECTOR!: I. W. HKLLMAN. K. 3. B A Kg ft, H. W. HELLMAN, J. E PLATER, I. W. HELLMAN, Ja„ 0-5 tf jßcy Interest paid on deposits. Money to loan ou first class real estate. iSavingfs BanJt, 114 SOUTH MAIN STREET, LOS ANGELES, CAL. CAPITAL. PAID IN GOLD, - - $100,000.00. Interest compounded quarterly to depositors at the rate of 5 per cent on term and 3.0 m pet cent on ordinary deposits. B. N. McDONALD, Pres't, DR. JOSEPH KURTZ and S. W. LUITWWILER. Vioe-Pres'ts. VICTOR PONET, Treasurer. M. N AVERT, cec'y P. P. SCHUMACHER, Asst. »«o'y DIRECTORS: E.K MctoH'.o, H.W. Ftoli., Joseph Kurtz, M. N.AvsttT, ■.^PnsWyg, COKBAD UAF£!>, W. M SUEMION, B. W. I.UITWEILIK, VICTOR FONKT, C. N. FLINT, Isaac H. Johkson. Open every Saturday evening for deposits. —%ibj* S PjSat CLtESx INTBKKBT PALI} o>i Dr.POSITa. Main Street Savings Bank and Trust Company, CAPITAL, - - 8)300,000. 42ft 8. MAIN BTKBBT, LOS ANGECE9, CAL, Th» de*lgnol this institution is to affjrd a safe depository for the earnings of all penes, who are desirous of placing their money whe:e it will be free from accident, and at the suns time be earning for them a fair rate of Interest. Deposits will be received In sums of from 91 In *5000. Yvorkinit men and women should deposit at least $1 per week from their wages. Tads will form a nuceus that will ultimately onabio you to purctiase a home or begin business. Chil dren can purchase ft-cent stamps in tllparts of the city and county It is the best ednoatiop you can have in saving and caring for money. J. B. LANKERSHIM, CHiS. FORMAN, J. V, WACHTXL, President. Vice President, Cashier. MOM p: V TO LO A N OM MOPJTOAO.E**.. BANK OF AMERICA, FORMSBLY LOS ANOELKS COUNTY BANK, Temple Block. Capital stock paid up $800,000. OFFICERS. JOHN B. PLATER President ROBT. 8. BAKER Vice-President GEO. H. STEWART Cashier DIBBCTOBS. Jotham Blxby, Chas. Forman, L. T. Garnsey, Lewellyn Btxby, It. 8. Baker, John B. Plater, Oeo. H. Btewart, OAVINKB BANK OF SOUTHERN CALI- O FOBNIA, Southeast corner Spring and Court streets, Los Angeles, Cal. CAPITAL, ... 81100,000, E. F. SmsiCß, President. F. C. Howes, Vice-President, J. H. Bkaly, Cashier and Treat DIRECTORS. Geo. H. Bonebrake, J. H. Brßly, H.L.Drew, J. M. Elliott, C. N. Hasßon, F. C. Howes, M. W. -ttinsou, Hiram Mabury, E. F. Speuce, Warren "111-i'n. 4 Ilia QALIFORNIA BANK. Cor. Broadway and Second St.. Los Angeles. Fnb-.erlbnil capital.... ...8500,000 raid up capital 300,000 Surplus 20,000 J. Frankenfleld President Ham Lewis Vice-President J. W. Winner Cssfler John G. Mossln Assistant CasLier niBRCTOES. , Frankenfleld, O. W. Hughes. Bsm Lewis, J. C Kays. E. W. Jones. L. li. Newton, Hervey Llndley. R. F. Lotsneich. Bimon Maicr. General banking and exchange business transacted. m4-4m tflKsl NATIONAL BANK Of LOB ANGELES. CAPITAL STOCK $200,000 SURPLUS 295,000 J. M. ELLIOTT President J. D. BICKN ttLL Vice President J. H. BRALY CasMor G. B.BHAFFiR Assistant Cashier Directors-.!. M. Elliott, J. D. Bicknell, 8. H. Mott, H. Mahurr, J. D. Hooker, D. McGarrv, Wm. G. Kerckhoff. ju 1 r pHE CITY BANK] X 37 South Spring street. Capital Stock , $300,000 A. D. Childress President, John 8. Pabk Cashier dibbctobs. W.T.Childress, Poindexte* Dunn, J. I. Schallert, B. E. (.randsU, John 8. Park. R. G. Luut, A. D. Childrest. General banking. Fire and burglarnroof safe deposit boxos rented at from $3 to $20 per an num. 109 ANGBLBS SAFE DEPOSIT AND TRUST J COMPANY, with CITIZENS' BANK, 313 South Spring street, Los Angeles, Cal , Will remove to their new and elegant rooms in Stimson Block when completed. Branch office, Grand Opera House Block, Pasadena, Cal. T. B. C. LOWB PreaWeut T. W. BROVHBRTON V'ce-PrMddetit A. P. WEST Cashier Buy and sell all first-class, securities. BTOCKB WANTED in the Los Angeles, Pasa dena aad other gas companies, First-class, well secured Gas, Water and Rail way bonds ior sale. loans accepted, best of seenrity given and liberal interest paid. 12-26 Cm THB UNIVERSITY BANK OF LflS ANGBLBS southeast comer V in', and Broadway. Capital siook fu.ly paid np $100 000 eurpius. 00.000 B. M. WIDNBY President D. O MILTIMORIS Vice President GBO. L. ARNOLD Cashier directors. R. M, Wldney, D. O. MUtlmore, 8. W. Little, C. M. Wells, John McArthur, C. A. Warner, L. i. p. Morrill. General banking business and loans on first class real estate salioited. Buy and sell first class stocks, bonds and warrants. Parties wish ing to invest in first-elaßs securities on either ions or short time can be accommodated. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA NATION ALBANK 101 S. Spring street, Nadeau block. h N - B ™ed President Wm. F. BosbysheU Vice-President 0. N. Flint Cashier W. H. HolUdsy Assistant Cashier Capital paid in gold coin $200,000 Burplus and undivided profit! 25,000 Authorised capital 500,000 nravßOTaili „,L. N. Breed, H. T. Newell, Wm. H. Avery, Bilas Holman, W. H. Holliday, B. C. Bosbv shell, M. Hagan, Frank Radar, D. Reralck, Thos. Goss. William X, Bosbysheli. 7-1 tf rpHE NATIONAL BANK OF CALIFORNIA, Corner ot Spring and Second streets, LOB ANGBLBS, CAL. Capital paid dp 8250,000 J. M. C. Marble President O. H. Churchill Vice President A. Hadley Asst. Cashier boars or DinxcTOßs. Dr. W. L Graves, B. F. C. Klekke, O. T. Johu son, W. Hadley, B. N. McDonald, M. H. Sher man, Fred Baton, Johu Wolfskin, Thoa R, Bard. l 5 31 7 : Los Angeles, Cal. Capital (paid op) $ 960,000 Surplus aud prodts TBO,O#O T0ta1.... ....(1,280,000 officbbs. 18AIA8 W. HELLMAN' FMtMMt HBRMAK W. HELLMAN Vine-President JOHN MII.NSK Cashier H. J. Fleishman Assistant Casalei DIBBCTORS. W. H Perry, Osre W. Childs, jr. B. Lankev shim, C. K. Thorn, C. Dacommin, H. W. HeU msn, T. L. Deque, A. Glassell, I. W. Hellmen. Excbauite for ssle on all the principal cities of the United States, Europe, China and Japan. rOS ANGELES NATIONAL BANK, j U. 8. DBPOBrrOBY, Cor. First and Spring streets. Capital ffg OO.OOT «in plus 62,5*S Total $592,00» Oleorge H. Bonebrake ...... Preslderd w. G. Cochran Vice President ». C Howes Cathlei JC. W. Coe Asst. cashlei DIBBCTOBS, Col H. H. Markham, Perry M. Green, Warren Gllielen, L. P. Crawford, C. A. Marriner, Geo. H. Bonebrake, W. G. Cochran, F. C. Howes. No Interest Paid on Deposits. Exchange for tele on all the principal cities of toe United States and Europe. TO THiTFNFOBTTJNATE. DR. GIBBON'S f ' I °> V>Jt Coner of Commercial, • ,i Ran Francisco, usl. EB «tabllidied in 1844, for ■ : • ireaimeutof Sexual and diseases, suoa Mas Gonorrhea, Sleet, -*2»OTlBtrictur», syphilis in Hs forms, Seminal Weakness, Imnotency and Lost Manhood per manently cured. The sick nnd afflicted should not fall 10 call upon him. The Doctor haa trav el -1 extensively in Europe and inspected thor oughly the various hospitala there, obtaining a great deal of valuable information, which he is competent to ivpart to those In need of his ser vices, 'the Docior cures where others fail. Tiyhim. DX. GIBBON will make no charge tinh'SK ho (fleets a cure. Persons at a dlstanee CURED AT HOME. All communications strictly confidential. All letters answered la plain envelopes. Call or write. Ac dress DR. 1. X. GIBBOB, Box 1857, an Francisco, CaL Mention Los Anaeles Hkbald. 18-17 1* WAGON MATTRIXI, HAUD WOODS, IRON, STEEL, 1 Horseshoes and Nails, Blacksmith's Coal, Tools, Eto< JOHN WIQMOB.E, 117, 119 aud 121 South Los Angeles Street, N v~~~ "T!*> New and Second-Hand j FURNITURE -jJtJv Carpets, Matting end Stoves. g)6T-Prices low for cash, or will sell on U< tallments. Tel. 984. P. 0. box 921. 45 1 SOUTH SPRING ST. Stimson Mill Co,, Wholesale and Retail LUMBER DEALERS PUGBT SOUND PINB and HUMBOLDT REDWOOD. Offloe and yard, coiner Third street end Matt Fe avenue, Los Angeles. Tel. 84. 12-111 V Notice of the Filing of the Report of the Commissioners Appointed to Open and Straighten Maple ave nue, Between Fifth Street and the South City Boundary, in Compli ance With Ordinances Nos. 1284 and lil-H (New Series), Together With the Wat of the Assessment District. NOTICE 13 HEREBY QIVBN THAT A certified oopy of the report, aisessment list end pistol tho Commissioners appointed to as sess benefit.: and damages and to have gen eral supervision of the proposed work of open ing and straightening Maple avenue, between 111 th street and the south city boundary, has been filed in the office of the undersigned. All sums levied and assessed in said assess ment list are due and pavabl • Immediately. 1 he payment of s»id sums is to be made to me, in my ofU.ee, within thirty days from tho first publicatiuu of this notice. All a«sessmcn's not paid before the expira tion of aaid thirty days will be declstod to be come delinquent, and thereafter five per cent, with the cost of advertising, trill bo added thereto. Daud this 11th day ol Febrnary, 1893. D. A. WATgON. ■trect fir. perlnlendem. nv A. 1. BTWWAHT. TAT'" -11 l<T