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end places the advertiser in direct communi
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Persons wanting situations, help, or wishing
to rent, buy or sell property will do well to
advertise in The Herald.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
A~~L?SoT<SO B. BMTnL~TI?E PIONEER
auctioneer, is again iv Los Angeles, and
prepared to hold large real estate sales in any
part of the city, county or Southern California.
Also will hold furniture sales at residences or
In any part of the county or Southern Califor
tia. Also will hold general merchandise sales
y catalogue in any part of the oity, county or
Southern California. Terms reasonable. Prompt
and reliable service performed. The highest
references given. Call or address, Office 121
S. Broadway, Loa Angeles, Cal. 2-3 3m
TTvRAKE'S SPANISH, TEXAS AND CHICKEN
XJ tamales can be obtained at Second and
Spring, Second and Main, First and Spring and
Temple and Spring streets. Try them and be
convinced that they have no equals. Only the
very best of meats used; made with the greatest
of care and cleanliness. The public are cor
dially invited to inspect the manufacture of
them at 114 West Seventh street. 2-2 6m
AF. SLOPER, HOUSE MOVER, OFFICE
• 112 Center Plaoe. 1-15 tf
CAN BE OB
JUt tamed at the following places: Spring and
Second, First and Spring, junction Temple and
Spring, front of Germania saloon, Main street.
Our sign indicates our addrtsss, GlB Bellevuo
avenue. Don't be imposed upon by imitators.
Buy the genuine article at the above locations.
We are the originators of the genuine Texas
tamales in Los Angeles. 12-14 Om
NOTICE— THE LOS ANGELES CITY
company will strictly enforce the follow
ing rule: The hours for sprinkling are be
tween 6 and 8 o'clock a.m. and 6 and 8 o'clock
p.m. For a violation of the above regulation
the water will be shut off aud a fine of $2 will
toe charged before the water will be turned on
again. 8-17 if
A CHANCE TO EARN MONEY*—PERSON'S
A out of work in any portion of Southern
California can earn a small salary or a liberal
commission, or both, by addressing the pub
lishers of The Herald. Ayerß & Lynch, Los An
f;eles, Cal. The wort is corresponding, col
ecting and canvassing for tho Daily and
Weekly Herald. First-class references must
be given. 2-24 tf
"PETTY, HUMMEL *fc CO., EMPLOYMENT
JT agents, successors to Martin & Co. and
Petty A Hummel. Hotel and house help de
partment, 131 to 135 West First street, tele
phone 509; ranch and miscellaneous depart
ment, 207 West Second street, telephone 40,
Lob Angeles, Cal. Carefully selected help of
all kinds promptly fu rushed.
WANTED— A MAN OR BOY WHO IS A
good canvasser, is willing to travel, and
lias a horse and cart can get a permanent po
sition by applying at The Herald business
Office. 2-24 tf
ANTED—A LADY IN EVERY LOCALITY
to write for me at home; $3 a day; no
canvassing. Reply with stamp. MISB VEUNA
LANG DON, South Bend, Ind. 2-9 18t
TF YOU WANT HELP~OF ANY KIND GO TO
J. the Free Employment Aureau, 240 New
High st. Tel. 1153. 1-29 tf
\i7ANTED—ALL NEEDING HELP~FREE
TT employment or any information, address
E. NITTINGER'S BUREAU, established
Office, 319?ji South Spring street; residence,
451 South Hope street, cornef Fifth, Los An
geles, Cal. Telephone 113. 8-10 tf
WANTID- SITUATIONS.
TXT ANTED—A SET TO KEEP
TT evenings. Address V. P. BROWN, P.*o.
Box 867, city. 2-24 7t
Yj^NTED—ALL KINDS OF FAMILY BEW
TT ing to do, at room 13, No. 412 S. Rope
■trect. 1-10 tt
vw jrAmi)-KEJ£ ESTATE.
\TT ANTED—TO BUY 10 OK 20 ACRES RE
TT tween Adams and Washington streets
and Western and Vermont avenues, West Los
Angeles; must be cheap. Address BUYER,
Box 108, Los Angeles general delivery. 2-22 Tt
W~"TNTED— WE~HAVE A CUSTOMER FOR
an alfalfa ranch, south of city. What
have youT 118 North Spring. 2-19 tf
WANTED— A HOUSE AND LOT; MUST BR
a bargain; price not to exceed $2000.
Also a residence and lot for about $4500. I
liove the cash for both; state full particulars.
Address L. K. GREENE, 948 Georgia Bell st.
2-14 tf
\TTANTED— DO YOU WANT A LIFE-SfZE
TT portrait free? Bring me a club of four and
I will do you one free in oil, crayon, pastel or
India ink. J. G. CLARK, residence and studio
corner Brooklyn avenue and Bridge street,
Boyle Heights. 2-19-tf
TTTANTED—A GOOD DAIRY ROUTE IN THIS
TT city. Apply to NORTON & KENNEDY,
209 South Broadway. 2-12 tf
FOB RENT—HOUSES.
HOUSES ALL
X C. A. SUMNER tt CO., 107 8. Broadway.
, 4-12
r ROOMS.
If OR KENT—NICE RUNNY ROOMS, ONLY"
JT $1 per week to $3 per month; first class.
Inquire at bookstore, corner Second Rn d Main
Streets. # 2-24 lm
1' RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
housekeeping; one of tho most pleasant
places in the city; just the thing for man and
wife; use of piano if desired. 118 N. SPRING
ST. 2-19 tf
FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS, 812 a
Hill st. 2-19 7t
OR RENT—SUNNY FURNISHED ROOMS
1 for rent at the Weid, junction Spring,
am and Eighth sts., single or en suite; rates
reasonable. Finest location in the city,
_ 2-9 tf
FOB RENT-LAND.
1 .alfalfa, in city. Apply H. <fc A. 11. SUSS
INI), 227 W. First st. 2-2171
FOR RENT—MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR
ble for storage, commission or shop; cen
trally located; 2 floors. Apply A. C. HARPER
PIPE WORKS, Second and Vine sts. 2-10 lm
BUSINESS CHANCES.
FOR SALE— BLACKSMITH AND CARRIAGE
shop, with stock and tools: good reason for
selling. Apply to M. W. STEEL, Santa Monica
2-i:>-eod-12t
HOTELS.
BLEWETT HOUSE —FURNISHED ROOMS,
entirely new, single or en suite, bath rooms
connected; suitable for housekeeping. 110 E.
First st., New Wilson block. 12-23 j I
LOST AND FOUND.
T OST—YESTERDAY,
JLj Sixth and Hone streets and Seventh and
Grand avenue, a lady's fur boa. Finder will
please return to grocery northwest corner
Sixth and Hope and receive reward. 2-25 2t
IMH7ND— A WATCH, ON THE ROAD BE
tween Alhambra and Pasadena. Owner
can have it by proving property and paying
expenses. Apply at W. F. BALL'S cigar store,
110 N. Spring st. 2-25 It
nursery stock.
orange and lemon buds by C. G. RICHTER,
Asusft,i Cal. 2-24 lm
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDEKS.
CIONRAD SCHEKER, U IN
/•us and asphalt paving. 227 W. First st.
FOB 9ALB-CITY PBOPKRTT.
Y^Or"baT£^y"l^^
jT tate and Trust Co., 229 W. Second st.
From 00 to 140 feet tine business frontage on
Broadway, well located and rapidly Increasing
in value.
$110O—House with lot 50x150 on Washing,
ton street. Nothing so cheap in this locality.
$1500—5-room hard-finished house, Hawkins
street. East Los Angeles. Very cheap.
$2150— Just completed, fine new house of G
rooms, southwest; everything complete and
first-class; one-third cash, balance easy pay
ments.
$5000— Fine house of 9 rooms on Twenty
fourth street; everything complete.
$7500—12-room residence between Four
teenth and Fifteenth streets, on Hope; large
lot. Half cash.
$175 per acre—Fine fruit land 8 miles from
city.
$00 per acre—26o acres walnut land. This Is
a rare bargain—cannot be equaled. Investi
gate it.
$5000—10 acres 2 miles south of city limits;
house of 6 rooms, barn, windmill and large
tank; 2 acreß in strawberries, 2 acres Bartlett
pears, several orange, lemon and fig trees.
This is a nice place.
Inquire at our office for anything not in
above list.
THE PIRTLE REAL EBTATE & TRUST CO.,
229 West Second Street.
2-12 lm
FOR SALE—S2ISO—SIX-ROOM COTTAGE ON
Burlington avenue; bath, marble-top wash
stands, ;i replaces, mantels, etc.; $000 cash, bal
ance to suit purchaser.
$1800—Five-room cottage on Vermont ave
nue; cement walks, fruit trees and flno lawn;
just what you want.
$1500—Three cottages on Alpine street, or
will exchange for lots between Tenth and
Twentieth street*.
Can give you big bargains in lots on Six
teenth, Seventeenth and Eighteenth streets one
block west of Figueroa.
$10,000—Ranch of 127 acres; artesian water;
9-room house, barn and outhouses.
$2100—Cottage on electric car line; bath,
fireplace, etc.; $000 cash, balance in 1,2 and
3 years.
$10,000—Sixty-two acres; 25 planted with
berries; house, barn, artesian water.
$10,000—Elegant residence on west side of
Grand avenue, between Pico and Washington
streets; new house, with latest improvements;
terms easy.
2-19 lm E. M. GUTHRIE, Abstract bld'g.
S. SIDE OF*SEV
_T enth street, 150 feet from Westlake Park.
Would make a fine place to Btart a grocery and
ice cream parlor.
$.4000—90x147—two finest lots on Alvarado
street, near Eighth street, west side; grand
view.
$800—10 acres in Clearwater, close to depot
on Ocean avenue. Grand for alfalfa.
$250—Lot 47x127, cor. Newhall, Bellevue
avenue and Alvarado; will bo valuable when
graded.
$4500—Beautiful homo on Boyd street, 8
rooms and bath, only one square from post
office.
$2250—Cottage of 5 rooms on Boyd street,
lawn and flowers, sewer and water; 50x125.
Mirror, show cases and side cases for sale.
Diamonds and jewelry at your own prices at
2-25 It KLAGES, 120 W. First st.
FOR SALE—S2OOO—TWO LOTS, 110X139
feet, northeast corner Thirty-second and
Key West street; Thirty-second street graded;
surrounded by trees; one short block from Uni
versity electric line. D. NEUHART, 151 South
Broadway.
fifcVtfWV" ONE ArRE ON THIRTY-SECOND
«r«/»HA' street, corner; one short block from
University electric line: one-half blook from
Main Street and Agricultural Park street car
line; covered with bearing fruit trees; streets
graded; fine neighborhood. Both of above
properties in line of improvement, and both
very cheap. D. NEUHART, 151 South Broad
way. 3-24 3t
J~~tVor sale—s22so—i have a house"~and
lot (cottage) at the University which I de
sire to sell. The lot is 50x130 feet; has a house
of 8 rooms, bath, 5 closets, hot water in kitchen
aud bath; good water from well and tank; the
yard is nicely laid out—shade trees, fig trees,
hedge, palms, two orange traes and flowers.
This is an ideal homo in the best location in
Los Angeles. Obliged to sell. Party owning
same lias to leave to locate east. It is now
rented. Will sell, if taken at once, for $2250.
This is the greatest bargiln ever offered. In
quire about the location and the value of
property in that neighborhood, and you will
snap at this, for it is dirt cheap. Address
UNIVLR.-iTY, P. O. Box 505, city. 2-18 ti
LOTS SOUTHWEST NEAR ADAMS
©Ot/U street, on 80 foot street; 50x148 each
to 14-foot alley; call and see them; $10 cash
and $10 per month. CHAS. VICTOR HALL.
223 West First street. Call between 9 a.m. ana
2 p,m. 2-24 tf
TjM)R WALE —$1400 —5-ROOM HARP-FIN-
A ished house, being built on Victoria street,
near Central avenue and Twelfth street;
monthly payments. ALLISON BARLOW, 227
West Second street. 1-12 tf
PARTIES~HaViNG CITY PROPERTY~FOR
sale will find it to their advantage if they
send me the particulars of what they have. I
have buyers, for bargains in real estate. Let mo
know what you have, full details, and you hear
from me. CHARLES GROSSMANN, room 18,
Wilson block. 2-9 tf
OR~~SALE-S1 X TEEN AND ONE~HALF
JTj well-localed lots in Fresno for sale or ex
change for acre property, or Los Angeles city
lots. Five acres for sale at Inglewood. L. J.
PERRY, Redondo Beach. 2-19 7t
I7UOE SALE—AT A BARGAIN—A GOOD REBI-
X dence in a very desirable part of tho city;
tins is a rare chance; must be sold; extra in
ducements. Address R, Box 70, this office.l-14tf
VOr ele7l\^t~hlTuse
JT cf 10 rooms. No. 124 West Twenty-fifth
street. OWNER, 2803 South Main. 1-17 tf
I^oiFsTle— s-room cottage
Michigan avenue, between Mottand Flckot
streets; monthly payments. ALLISON BAR*
LOW, 227 West Second street. 1-29 tf
FOR BALK-LIVE STOCK.
T?OR~SALE—BEST JERSEY COW IN TIIE
JT city; can b esecn Saturday all day, or other
days between 4 and 5 p.m. Corner Twenty
eighth and Flower streets. 2-24 3t
FOR COW.~~AP
pIy at J, Adobe st., off College. 2-19-7t
TJ'OR SALE — GENTLE, FRESH FAMILY
cows, Jersey, Durham or Holsteln; install
ment plan; incubators, new or second-hand;
bulls for service. NILES A CO., East Washing
ton street and Maple avenue. 2-8 lm
FOB hAI.K -MISCELLANEOUS.
two fruit racks, cheap. Apply at 123 SAN
PBDBOBT. 2-25 2t
FURNITURE OF A 25
-room house, with one year's lease, priv
ilege of more. Best loention in the city, rooms
bII rented; full investigation solicited. Here
is ii chance for a big bargain. Address FURN
ITURE, box 20, Herald office. 2-9-tf
I~ "OR SALE~OLFi'A PF.RS ~IN QUANTITIES
to suit, at this oflice.
■ J»
FOB BXUHAMOE.
any good property in Southern California.;
also acreage in Pleasant and Jacinto irrigation
district. OWNER, room IS, Wilson block.
2-15H
FOR EXCHANGE—ONE ACRE JUST 01.T
side of mile circle; streets graded and sew
ered, to exchange for acreage. What have you?
Two residences value lf"000 will exchange, for
nice little foothill ranch, Improved. No. 118
North Spring, 2-1 i) tf
DENTISTS,
1882--Established—lBB2! *"
DR. L. W. WELLS, COR. OF SPRING AND
First strrets, Wilson hloek; take elevat&r.
Gold crown ar.d bridge work a specialty; teeth
extracted without pain. Room L m 4 tl
—$mWmm. I'R. HIFFKNBAfIIER, 119'< S.
Hpring street, rooms 4 and 5.
.! ■ f-ijiiSS/ 'lv ll: extracted aud tilled with-
out pain. 7-21 ly
DAMS BROsTiiENtTsTS. SPRING,
bet. Second und Third. Painless Ailing and
extracting, 40c nnd $1; crowns, .*.">; set teeth,
96 to IjilO; cstablißhed in L. A.City 13 yra. 12-S
171 RANK BTEVENsi _ 132'i - E[ SPRING" ST.
Open Sunday and evening by electric light.
B. TOhBVBBT, DENTITf, 106U N. SPBINO
st., rooms 2, 3 nud 7. Painless extraction.
PHYSICIANS.
F^HMIE^TITTiITA^^
residence, 131 North Spriug street. Oflice
hours, 8 to 12, 1t05,0t0 8 p. ni. Telephone
433. 11-3 tf
MRS. DR. J. H. SMITH, SPECIALTY MlD
wifery. Ladies cared for during confine
ment at 727 Bellevue avenue. Calls promptly
attended to. Telephone 1119. ■ 2-25 tf
MRS. DR. IN HER BRICK
block, 127 East Third street, between Main
and Los Angeles; diseases of women, nervous,
rectal, sterility and genito-urinary diseases;
also electro therapeutics. Hours, 10 to 4, 7to
8. mag tf
MEDIUMS.
RB. CLAIRVOYANT—CONSUL
tatlons on business, love, marriage, dis
ease, mineral locations, life reading, etc.; take
University electric car to Forrester avenue, go
west three blocks on Vine street, second house
from corner of Verniont avenue.
LOS ANGELES HERALD; SATURDAY - MORNING, FEBRUARY 25, 1893.
BALE-OOCNTRT PROPERTY.
SAN GABRIEL ORANGE LAND, DIRECTLY
south of the Raymond Hotel. We are offer
ing a limited amount of this choice orange
and lemon land, with deeded water under
pressure, at the nominal price of $200 per
acre, on liberal terms. There is nothing finer
in this county; will set the land In 10-acre
tracts to choice Btock, and care for the same if
desired. Contemplating purchasers should see
this land at once, or you lose a golden oppor
tunity. Prices will be advanced aB soon as
300 acres are sold. Fine orange groves close
to it are held at $1500 per acre. Get in on the
ground floor ana become independent. Car
riages from our office. NORTON & KENNED V,
209 South Broadway. Telephone 388.
BUYS A 10-ACRE FOOTHILL
ranch; 2 acres in 0-year-old navel
oranges; 5 acres in 6-year-old prunes and apri
cots; 1 acre assorted fruits and berries; good
2-story hard finished house; fine barn; water
deeded; improvements cost $3500. Don't miss
this.
dfci/» AAA—I6O ACRES CHOICE DAMP
FUU land south of city; 120 acres solid
to alfalfa, balance in grain; fair buildings;
only $100 per acre. The best buy in California.
CfclA AnA RTTY9 12 S ACRES SOLID TO
vIVaVUU full-bearing English walnuts; no
finer grove in the state; pays 15 per cent year
ly. Better and safer than bank stocks.
SPifiAA BUYS 10 ACRES SOLID TO NAVEL
• KKIf oranges, 2 years old, at Highlands;
nothing finer at any price; house, barn and
deeded water. To see is to buy I
<fcOXAA FOR A ETNI 6-ACRE IMPROVED
9«UUU ranch in Eagle Rock; all out to bear
ing fruit; 5-room hard-finished house; good
windmill and tank- 3 miles from city limits.
Let us show you thia
AAA—2O ACRES SOLID TO CHOICE
vivaUyv navel oranges, 3 years old and in
fine condition: plenty deeded water; in the
famous Baldwin ranch.
g»O7 KAAFOR 150-ACRE CHOICE FRUIT
J>Of «tJUU ranch; 100 acres in navel oranges
and walnuts; one of the finest young orchards
in the state. This place will compare favor
ably with groves at double the price, and will
soon pay $12,000 to $15,000 per year. Remem
ber the price is only $250 per acre.
<If?AA BTTYS 2 4-ROOM COTTAGES; IN
nP I.OUU good repair; 5-miuutes' walk from
corner Second ana Spring sts.; with 4 lots;
half block electric cars; street graded and sew
ered.
NORTON & KENNEDY, 209 S. Broadway.
2-18 ff
Cj* r;rAA— ONE OF THFTpRETTIEST HOMES.
qNI»"."J in Southern California; house of 9
rooms, all modern conveniences, beautiful
grounds, abundance of all kinds of fruit; the
purest water, the healthiest climate, the best
schools and best society in the state. Take
Santa Fe cars for Claremont. MRS. W. H.
HOLABIKD, Claremont, Los Angeles county.
2-25 3w
|710R SALE-HERE~IS A~CHANCE FOR CAP
JT ital—Nearly 149 acres of the finest land, all
laid out in lots, adjoining the famous Hotel
Del Monte at Monterey; maps, circulars and
everything complete for selling; price, $70,OOO;
will sell as a whole on easy terms; the new
road, tbe Fresno and Monterey, passes this
land; this property,!! sold in lots for $100 and
$125 will realize $170,000; I consider this a
splendid investment, and anyone who investi
gates will buy. Address L."F. GILMOKE, 220
Ellis Btreet, San Francisco. 2-24 7t
OR SALE — A NICELY IMpltln r ED~lo
acres and a well established business in a
first-class community; priceof 10acrcs,$3250;
price of goods about $3500, according to in
voice: will sell either ono or both. A. J.
MEAD, 238 W. First street. 2-23 4t
BALE—A SNAP IN VERNON PRoF
erty, if taken at once—2o acres, highly im
proved with bearing oranges and English wal
nuts; house, barn, etc.; worth $20,000. Can
be bought dirt cheap, as a mortgage is hang
ing over it Don't lose any time, if you want
to get the best bargain ever presented to the
public. This is business. Answer immediately.
BARGAIN, Box 20, Herald office. 2-18 tf
I7*OR SALE—i 3OO,666"ACRJDfI OF CHOICE
land in the great raisin belt of Kern Coun
ty; the safest investment in California. Ad
dress BORAX, box 70, this office. * l-14tf
JpOR SALE—TWO ACRES WITH HARD
finished house of four rooms and kitchen;
windmill and tank-house; barn for five horses;
all fenced; plenty of water; situated near city
limits. Apply to 116 East First street, up
stairs. 12-23tf
(»AA~PER ACRE-SNAP—CHOICE LAND AS
3Pt7l/any in California; 115 acres adjoining
town of Gardena; water in 15 feet; will sell
whole or in 10 acre lots; commence selling
Monday, February 0; if you intend to buy laud
for a homo or speculation examine thin* prop
erty at once and get your choice; must be sold
to close up an estate. Further particularsapplv
JOHN L. PAVKOVICH, 208 West First st
18-18tf
I7IOR SALE—SSOOO BUYS A BRICK BLOCK
on Second st.; 2 stores and 13 rooms: easy
terms. See OWNER, room 73, Temple block.
11-3 tf
PERSONAL.
MME. ATMEE
to first-class customers only. 328 S. B'dw'v.
2-10 lm
PERSONAL-STAR GROCERY, 247 SOUTH
Spring street. Queen of the Pantry, best
northern flour, $1.20 for a 50-pound sack,
every sack warranted; fish of all kinds for
Lent; seethe articles we give you with every
pound of sun-dried tea. We are the only house
in the city that retails groceries at wholesale
prices. Call and see us. MORI ARTY BROS.
2-17 lm
PERSONAL— COFFEE~FREBH ROASTED ON
our Giant coffee roaster; Java and Mocha,
85clb; Mountain coffee. 25c; gran, sugar, 18
lbs $1; brown sugar, 21 lbs $1; 0 lbs rolled oats
or wheat, 25c; 41bs rice, 25c; germea, 20c; 3
pts starch, 25c; 5 lbs good tea, $1; mince meat,
5c lb; currant Jelly, 10c lb; 5 lbs raisins, 25c;
3 lbs apricots, 25r; pork, 15c; coal oil, 80c;
brooms, 20c. "ECONOMIC" STORES, 305 South
Spring.
PERSONAL— PROF. STEARNS 'ASTROLOGER
and clairvoyant mcdi urn, 127 South Broad
way, between First and Second sts. 2.13 lm
ERSONAL—W. W. TAYLOR, LAWYER,
12mSouth Broadway, room 5. Probate anil
insolvency lawa specialty. Advice free. 7-23 ly
TTNCLE SAM WINE CELLARS. E.~FLEUR.
"U Wholesale and retail. Sonoma and Napa
dry and sweet wines. Brandies, whiskies. 1-0
ERSONAL —RALPH BROS. — GOLD BA R
flour, $1.15; city flour, 85c; brown sugar,
20 lbs $1; granulated sugar, 8 lbs $1; white
sugar, 18 lbs $; 5 boxes sardines, 25c; 3 cans
fruit, 50c; 50 bars soap, $1; eastern gasoline,
80c and coal oil, 80c; 2 lbs corned b.-t-f. 15e;
lard, 10 lbs, $1.30; 5 lbs, 05c; 001 South Spring
St., corner Sixth. 12-2 tf
GOODRICH, LAWYER, 124 DEARBORN
• street, Chicago, HI.J 28 years' experience;
secrecy; special facilities In several states;
Goodrich on divorce, with laws of all states, in
press. 11-10 ly
MKDIOAL PERGONALS.
T>ERSONAL —LADIES, IF YOU DESIRE TO
A make yourselves beautiful you can do so at
a very small expense. It is a preparation that
is harmless. Best of recommendations from
all parts of the country. I will be in Los An
geles only a short time. Will call and see you.
Address MME. A. A. LORRAINE, postofflce'box
505. city. 1-7-tf
I*A. SCHOOL OF ART AND DESIGN (IN-
Jm corported.) New stndles. Entrance in
chamber of commerce. L. Garden Maeleod,
principal. Pasadena, Tuesdays aud Fridays. <
rpJbACHBRS* CLASSPREPARING FOR rnr\-
X Positions for governesses
and teachers. 8. Spring. 12-25-tf
OS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE ~
AND ENGLISH TRAINING SCHOOL.
(Incorporated) 144 South Main st.
Largest and best equipped business training
school on the coast. Thorough and practical
courses in the commercial, shorthand, tvpe
wrlting, telegraphy, assaying and all English
branches. Large, able and mature faculty of
instructors. Day and evening sessions. Terms
reasonable. Call at college oflice, or write for
elegant catalogue. E. R. SHRADER, president;
P. W. KEXSEs, vice-president; L. N. INSKEEP,
secretary. 8-16-91-tf
ABXBURY BHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING
and Business Institute. Take elevator by
People's Store, Phillips block; send for cata
logue. 10-12-12 m
*~wTllhartitz, MUSIOALSTUDIO, room
.'l7 California bank building, 8-lit-ly
HOHEOPATBIO PHYSICIANS.
• Chronic diseases medical and surgical.
Office and residence, 349 North Sichel street,
East Los Angeles. 2-B lm
11. BOYNTON, M. D., DISEASES OF
• children. Oflice and residence, 835 S.
Olive st. Office hours, 10 to 12 a. m., 2to 4 p.
tn. Telephone 87. 10-0 tf
WNTRACTOIM.
FRANK C. YOUNG, CONTRACTOR, 43 WlL
son block. ~ 8-lli ly
HAZARD & TOWNSEND, ROOM 9, DOWNEY
block. Tel. 340, Los Angeles. 11-22 tf
FINANOI-VL.
PACIFIC LOAN COMPANY—LOANS MONEY
in any amounts on all kinds of personal
property and collateral security, on pianos
without removal, diamonds, jewelry, sealskins,
bicycles, carriages, libraries or any property of
value; also on furniture, merchandise, etc., in
warehouses; partial payments received; money
without delay; private offices for consultation";
will call if desired. W.-E. DkGROOT, Manager,
rooms 2, 3 and 4, No. 114 S. Spring St., opposite
Nadeau hotel. 7-29 tf
— MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY On Good Leeurity, In Large or
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— Commercial paper and good
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City, county aud school war
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Mortgage loans on city or
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—Money always ready. No de
— Personal and prompt atten
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BntMlnsr loans a specialty.
Ponds purchased.
Kciil estate sold.
Estates manpged.
Agent Sun Fire, of London,
oldest company in the world.
R. G. LUNT,
2-22 3m 227 \V. Second st.
<Si ItUTLEDGE,
Fire Insurance, Loan and Investment Brokers.
Money Loaned at 0 Tor Cent.
Bonds Bought and Sold.
Agents Imperial Insurance Co., Ltd, of London.
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MONEY TO LOAN IN sT'MS TO SI"IT AT
low rate of Interest; security must be first
class. Address LOANS, Box 80, this ofßeo.l-8t(
MONEY TO LOAN GN COUNTRY ANDCITY
property; lowest rates. W. R. BURKE,
notary public, 10!) North Spring St. 8-13 tim
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carriages, bicvclesand all kinds ol personnlaud
collateral security. LEE BROS., 402 Hfcpring.
JP^'OiT~\v"A^T~MONE:Y'wITHOUT DE
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Main tt. 8-1 tf
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bro!kTsrK 127 W.
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reasonable rates. Farm loans a specialty. If
you wish to lend or borrow, call on us. 2-17 6m
M~ ONEY TO LOAN' $20<>, $500, $(100, $700
at a low rate of interest oti improved city
real estate. Address FINANCIAL, box 84(1,
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TT room 3, Allen block, Corner Temple and
Spring sts. a-21-tf
?IEO. HAYTOHD, ATTORNEY AND COtJW-
V I scllor at law, rooms 12 and 13Lanfrauco
building, 218 North Main street, Los Angeles.
Telephone 1107. I'ractices in all state and
United States courts. 2-10-lin
A. W. Ht'TTON. OLIN WELLBORN.
"WELLBORN * HUTTOV, ATTORNEYS AT
T> law. Rooms SSJ< and 89 Templo
block, Los Angeles, Cal. l-4-3m
TAY E. HUNTER. ATTORNEY AT~LAW,
rj Bryson-Bonebrake block. Telephone 528.
Practices in all the courts, slate and federal.
f 7-1-tf
BEN GOODRICH, LAWYER, NO. 2 LAW
buildingi»l2s Temple street, near court
house. Telephone 108. 7-0-tf
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• ton block, 207 New High street, An-
AUCTION HAXKS.
AT
1H93, ut 11 o'clock a.m., ono welMluisheu
five-room house, bathroom nnd pantry, lot 50x
170; bam that holds seven tons of hay. Lo
cated at No. 34-1 Picket Ptrect, Boyle Heights.
Also; a ranch ot 20 acres at <iardcna, with small
house; ranch is sowed to barley, with good
prospects of? tons to the acre: nlMihorses, har
ness, wagons, mowing machine, farming im
plements, scrapers, etc. The above property
will be sold without reserve on account of sick
ness and death in the family of the owner.
Owner has to leave on the 23th of March.
Carpets and part of household furniture will
be sold. Terms: House, ijiftOO down, balance 1,
2or 3 years st H per cent. Ranch, $500 down,
balance 1, 2 and 3 years at 8 per cent. All this
property to be sold on Picket street, Boyle
Heights. Apply to T. LYONS,
2-18 IQt 344 Fiekct st.. Boyle Heights.
MUSICAL.
oTaTglJli^^
j and art; open all the year. MRS. EMILY
J. VALLENTINE, president, corner Broadway
and Fifth street. 8-14 ly
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stringed tsught. Studio-51; take elevator
by People's store, Phillips block. 11-12 ly
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First-class niusie furnished for balls, par
ties, concerts, receptions and picnics. Violin,
mandolin, etc., taught. Room 21, New Willard
block, 328W South Spring street* Loa Angeles,
CaL 10-14 ly
DYBRB AND FINISHERS.
Iy Aß4ffl an stS"
street. Best dyeing in the city. 1-13 tf
Metropolitan steam - dye WORKS. 241
Franklin street. Pine dyeing and Clean
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Rooms 7 and M (second floor), Workman block,
Spring st., between Scrond and Third. 1-25 ly
CHIROPODIST.
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Ordinance No. 1557.
(NEW 8ERIB8.)
A N ORDINANCE OP THE MAYOR AND
1 V council ol the city of Los Augeles, declar
ing their intention to construct a stiver along
Spring street.
The mayor and council of the city of Loa An
geles do ordain as follows:
Iskction 1. That the public interest and con
venience require, and that it Is tbe intention
of the city council of tha city of Los Angeles
to order the following work to bs done, to-wit:
First—That a public sewer bs constructed
along Spring street, in said city, from a point
thirty feet sontti of the north line of Second
strotttoa couuection with the public sewer
now built on deventh street, and across all in
terseciions of rtreets, together with man-holes,
lamp-boles and flush tanks. The size of said
eewer shall be Dfteen inches in internal diam
eter from a point thirty ieet south of the north
line of Becond street to the center Una of Fifth
street, and sixteen Inches in internal diameter
from the center line of Fifth street to a connec
tion with the public sewer now built on Sev
enth street, and be constructed of salt-glaz?d
vitrified pipe, brick, iron and cement. All of
which shall bs cocstructei in accordance with
the plans and profile on file in the oflice of the
City Kngineei and specifications on lile in the
office of the City Clerk of the ottyof Los Ange
les, said specifications being numbered four
teen.
The cost of constructing said sewer shall bo
assessed against all lots and lands fronting upon
the same.
Skc. 2. The street superintendent shall post
notice of this work as required by Uw, and
shall cause said no lice to published for six
dayß in the Los Angeles Daily Herald.
Bee. 3. The city clerk shall certify to the
passage of tbiß ordinance and cause the same
t be p'ib Uhcd for two days in the Los Angeles
Daily Hkuai.d, and shall posi the sime conspic
uously for two days on or near the chamber
door of the council, and thereupon and there
after it sball take efl<;ot and be in force.
I hereby certify 'hat the foregoing ordinance
was adopted by the council oftheci v of Los
Angeles a' its meetiog of February 20, A- J). ■
18H3, by the following vote:
Ayes, Messrs Campbell,lanes,Muuson. Nick
ell. Pesiell, Rhodes, Btrohm, President Teed
(8).
Noes, none.
O. A. LTJC'KENBACH,
City Clerk and ex-ofnclo Clerk of the Council
of the City of Los Angeles.
Ap -roved this 24th day of February. 1893.
2-25-2t T. B ROWAN, Mayor.
EXOCBSIONg.
?rS'JfWWLtr\XE DAY SAVED HY TAKING
BHHHBBV / Santa Fe excursions to Kansas
HHWlMßVl'itv, St. Louis, Chicago, New York
nit d Boston. Leave Los Angeles every Wednes
day ; personally conducted through to Chicago
and Boston; family tourist sleepers to Kansas
City and Chicago daily; low rates and quickest
time. Oflice, 129 N. Spring st. lyr
( i REAT~CENTR~A~L~~ROUTE EXCURSIONS.
VI Experienced conductors; through from Los
Angeles to Boston; only six days to New York
or Boston ; tourist cars. F. E. SHEARER, man
ager. Oflice, 229 South Spring St., Los Angeles.
10-16 6m
o. jrnsox & co.s excursions east
• every Wednesday via Salt I,ake .City and
Denver. 'Tourist cars to Chicago aud Boston.
Manager in charge. Office, 212 S. Spring St.
6-1 tf
P1I ILLIPS' EXCURSIONS VIA DENVER AND
Rio Grande railway and the great Rock
Island route leave Los Angeles every Tuesday.
Personally conducted through to Chicago and
Boston. Oflice, No. 133 S. Spring St. Itf
ABSTRACTS.
ABSTRACT AND TITLE INSURANCE COM
pany of Los Angeles, northwest corner ol
Franklin and New High streets. ml" tf
Ordinance No. 1559.
(NEW SERIES )
AN ORDINANCE GRANTING PERMISSION
to property owners to grade, gravel and
ourb with redwood curbing Ingraham street,
between Winner street and Vernon avenue.
The mayor and council of the city ol Los Au ■
gelesdoordaln as follows:
Section 1. That the property owners on In
graham street between Wltmer street and Ver
non avenue, are h.reby given permission to
grade, gravel according to specincat ons No. 6,
and curb with redwood curbing said street, be
tween said points, by private contract. Said
work to be completed to the satisfaction of the
Street ouperintesdent, on or before the 20th
day of May, 1893.
Bee 2 The city clerk shall certify to the
passage of this ordinance, and shall cause the
same to be published once in the
LosAng:le« Duly Herald, and thereupon
and thereafter it shall lake effect and be in
force
I hereby certify that the above ordinance
was duly adopted by the council of the city of
Los Angeles at its meeting of February 20,
1893.
C. A. LTJCSENBACH, City Clerk.
Approved by mo this 24th day of/ebruary,
1893
T. X. ROWAN,
|[2-25 It Mayor of the City of Los Angeleß.
Ordinance No. 1558.
(NEW SERIES.)
AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE
owners of property on the north Bide of
Ninth street, between Alvarado street and Lake
street, to improve said street by private con
tract.
The mayor and council of the city ot Loi An
geles di ordain as follows:
Section 1. That the owners of property
aligning tiie nortnsldeuf Ninth street, bttween
Alvarado street and Lake street, are hereby
authorized to grade, gravel and curb said north
side of said street, between said points, accord
ing to specifications numbered 5 for making
graveled street! in the city of Los Angeles.
t*aid work shall be completed on or before the
20th day of April, 1893, to tbe satisfaction and
accep ance of the atreet Superintendent of tha
city of Los Angeles.
Eec. 2. The city clerk shall certify to the
passage of this ordinance and shall cause the
same to bo published once in the Los Angeles
ltaily Herald, and thereupon and there
after it shall take effect and be in force.
1 hereby certify that the foregoing ordinance
was duly adopted by the council of the city
of LuAnge.es at its meeting of February 20,
1893.
C. A. LUOKENBAOH, City Clerk.
Approved by me this 24th d v of February,
1893. T. E. ROWAN,
2-25 It Mayor of the City of Los Angelts.
Notice of Application for City Deed.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT MRS.
Magdalena W. BaWchi will on the 27th
day of February, 1893, apply to the honorable
city council of the city of Los Angeles for a
quit-claim Ceed from said city for those cer
tßln lots, tracts or parcels of land situate iv tho
city of Los Angeles, county of Los Angeles,
state of California, and particularly described
aB follows, 10-wlt:
First—Beginning a tbe northeast corner of
Seventh and S.n Pedro Btreets, thence along
the easterly line of i'au Pedro street N. 41 deg.
09 mm. 30 sec. E. 109,08 feet to the sontbwest
corner of block 21 ol the Woliskill Orchard
tract, as rerorded in book 30, page 10, miscel
laneous reoords, Los Anteles county, Catlfor
nia: thence along tbe southerly line of said
block 21, S. 47 deg. 58 mm , X 199 30 feet to
a point, thence ti. 40 deg. 07 mln. W. 102.50
fe t to a point ou the no therly line of Seventh
street: thence along said northerly line N, 49
deg. 50 mm. 30 sec. W. 202.20 feet to the
point of beginning.
Second—Beginning at the southwest corner
of block 22 of the Wolfskin Orchard tract, as re
corded in book 30, page 10, miscellaneous
records, Los Angeles county, Cel., thence along
the southerly line ol said block 22, 8. 47 deg.
54 mm ,E. 220.00 feet to a point on the west
erly line of Towae avenue: thence along the
westerly line of Towne avenue produced south
erly S. 30 deg. 48 mln. W 150 39 feet to a point
on the northerly line of Seventh street; thence
along said northerly line N. 49 deg. 51 mm.
30 sec. W. 220.37 feet to a point at tne inter
section ol the easterly line of Crocker street
produced southerly with the northerly line of
Seventh street; thence along said produced
line of Crocker street N. 30 deg. 48 mln. E.
157 84 feet to the point of beginning.
Third-Beginning at the southwest corner of
block 23 of the Wolfskin Orchard tract, as re
corded in book 30, psge 10, miscellaneous rec
ords Los Angeles county. Cal; thence along
the southerly line of said block 23 S. 47 deg
04 mm. E. 220 90 feet to a point on the west
erly Una of Ruth avenue; theuce along the
westerly line of Ruth avenue produced south
erly 8. 30 deg. 48 mln. W. 140.23 to a point on
the northerly tine of Seventh street; thence
along said northerly line N. 49 deg. 51 mln. 30
sec. W. 220.37 feet to a point at the intersec
tion of the easterly line ot Towne avenue pro
duced southerly with the northerly line of Sev
enth street; thence along said produced line of
Tonne avenue N. 30 deg 48 mln. X., 147 OS
feet to the point of beginning
Fourth—Beginning at the southwest corner
of block 24 of the Wolfskin Orchard tract, aB
recorded in book 30, page 10. miscellaneous
records I.oi Angeles county, CaL: thence along
the southerly line of raid block 24 8. 47 de*
54 mm. E. 143 30 fe*t lo a point; thence 8. 35
d'.g. 32 mm. W. 133.51 leet to a point on the
northerly line of Seventh Btreet; thence along
said northerly line N. 49 deg. 51 mm. 30 see.
W. 145 95 feet to a point at the intersection of
the easterly line of Ruth avenue produced
southerly wiih the northerly line of Seventh
street: thence along said produced line of Ruth
avenue N. 30 deg. 48 mm. E. 138.2 feet lo tho
point of beginning.
Reference is made to abstractof title, petition
and map now on file in my oflice, and all
parties interested are hereby notified that they
are required to file their obj-ctions, if any there
be, in writing, at least one day before the said
seißlon of February 27, 1893.
C. A. LUOKENBAOH, City Clerj
Los Angeles, CaL, Feb 18th, 1893. 2-22 st.
Ordinance No. 1554.
fNXW SERIES.)
AN ORDINANCE DXOLARING TUX IN
tentton of ihe mayor aid council of ihe
c ty of Los Aogeiei to establlsu tne grade of
Severance street from Adams street to Twenty
eighth street
Tbo mayor and council ol the olty of Los An
geles do ordain as follows:
Section 1. That it is tbe intention of the
Council of the city of Los Angeles to establish
the grade of severance street, from Adams
Btreet to Twenty-eighih street, as follows:
At the intersection of Adams street the grade
shall bo, aa now eßlahll hed, 60.05 on the
southwest corner, and 60.60 on he southeast
corner; at tbe intersection of Twenty-eighth
street the grads shall be 67.41 on the north
west corner, and 67.35 on the northeast corner.
And at all points between said designated
lointsthe grade shsll be established so as to
coulorm to a straight line drawn between said
designated points.
Elevations are in feet and below city datum
plane.
Section %. Tho city clerk shall certify to the
passageof this O'din&to'* and shall cause the
same to be pnblished for ten days in ihe Los
Angela- HaaALD. and thereupon and thereafter
it shall take effect and be in force.
I hereby certify that t ie foregoing ordinance
was adopted by ths council of tho city of Los
Angeles at its meeting of February 13,1893.
C A. LTJCKENBACH, City t le'k,
Anproved this lSUiday of February, 1893.
2-16 101 T X. ROWAN, Mayor.
Notice for Publication of Time for
Proving Will, etc.
IN THX SUPERIOR COURT, STATX OF CALl
fornia, couuty of Los Augeles—ss.
In the m.tter of the estate ol Westley Rob
crts, deceased.
Notice i. hereby given that Friday, the 3d
day ot March, 1893, at 10 o'clock a. m. ol said
day, at the courtroom oi this court, department
two thereof, in the city of Los Angeles, couuty
of Los Angeles, and state of California, has
been appointed as the time and place for hear
ing tbe application of Mary A Roberts praying
that a document now on file in this court, pur
porting to be tbe last will and testament ofthe
said deceased, be ad ml ted to probate, that let
ters of administration with the will annexed
he Issued thereon to her, at which time and
place all persons Interested therein may appear
and contevt the same.
Dated February 17,1893.
T. H. WARD, County Clerk.
2 1814t By C. W. BLAKE, Deputy.
AMUSEMENTS.
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(Late Hazard's Pavilion).
Cor. Fifth and Olive sts,
0. H. Sawyer A Co., I Fbed. Cooi-ee,
Proprleiors. | Manager.
Popular PrlcBß—lo, 20 and 300.
Three Weeks' Success of the Popular Family
Resort.
GRAND MATINEE TODAY 1
And Tonight Last Performance of Dion Bouei
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i STREETS OF NEW YORK, j
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Union Square at night. The greatest Arc
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Doors open at 7:15. I'erformanco begins at
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OUR REGIT CAR SATURDAY MATINEE
For Ladies and Children at 2 P.M.
NEXT WEEK "THE WHITE SLAVE."
2.) | SOUTH BROADWAY,
Z. L Opposite City Hall.
BY SPECIAL REQUEST, THE
r INDIAN AND MISSrtIN EXHIBIT'I
Will Be Continued All Day and Evening,
MONDAY FEBRUARY 27.
—Last Chance to See —
INDIANS AND TORTILLA MAKING.
Views ol Miaaions and Corroct Interpretations.
Admission, 25c; Children, 15c.
TIT OMAN'S EXCHANGE PABLOItB.
Miss Susan Hale,
01 Boston, sister ol Rev. Edward Everett Halo,
will give one oi her charming evenings
with
j Sir Charles Grandison : :
At the Parlors of the Woman's Exchange,
THURSDAY EVENING MARCH 2d
At 8 o'clock, for the benefit of that
association.
Miss Hale's pleamig addressand refreshingly
original interpretation ot her subject has won
for her well-merited popularity In all tha east
ern and western states, wheio sho has drawn
crowded houses.
Tickets for sale at Woman's Exchange, 223
South Brosdway.jUlmis*'iim, 5 jc.
CITY NOTICES.
ORDINANCE NO. 1558.
(NEW SERIES.)
AN ORDINANCE DECLARING THE IN
teution of the mayor and council of the
city of Los Angeles to' change and establish
the grade of Washington street, from Peru
street to Is ex street, and fixiug the limits of
the district lobs assessed to pay tha costs,
dnmages and expenses thereof.
Tbe mayor and council of tbe city of Los An
geler do ordain as follows:
Section l. That it is the intention of the
crmncll of the city of l.os Angeles to change
and establish the grade of Washington street
from Peru street to Essex street as follows:
At the intersection of Peru Unset the grade
shall be as now established, 34.50 ou the
northeast corner snd at a point in the soutb
side at a right ancle opposite ssid corner, at
the intersection ot Paloma street 34 27 on the
northwest corner and 34 22 on ihe northeast
corner. At the intersection of Essex strtet the
grade shall be, as now established, 34.00 on
the rorthwest corner and at a point iv the
south side at a right angle opposite tain cor
ner. And at all poiats between said designated
pointa (he grade shall be established so aB to
conform to a straight line drawn between said
designated points.
Elevations are iv feet and below city datum
plane.
Skc 2. The boundaries of the district to bo
s fleeted by said change of grade and to ba
assessed SO p*y the carnages that may be
awarded by reason of such change of grade are
hereby dusfgnated and established as follows:
Beginning at a point in the eastcilvliue of
Ptru street 150.40 feet northerly of tho north
east corner of Washington a»d Peru street;
thence easterly in a direct line to a point in the
westerly line of Essex street 150.35 feet north
erly of the northwest corner ot street;
thence southerly along tho westerly line of
Essex street to tho northwest corner of Wash
ington and Essex street; thence In the pro
longation of the westerly line of Essex street
to a point 200 feet southerly of tho northwest
corner of Washington and Essex street; thence
in a westerly direction parallel with the north
line of Washington btreet to a poinr in the pro
longation of the c*sterly line of Peru street;
thence running nortueriy in the prolongation
of said easterly line of Peru street to the north
east corner of Washington and Pcra street;
thence northerly along the, easterly line of
Peru street to a point 150.40 feet northerly of
the northeast corner of Washington and Peru
street, the point of beginning, excepting
therefrom au? public street or alley that may
lie within the above describei district
Sac. 3. The city clerk shall certify to the
passage of this ordinance and shall cause
the same to be published for ten
days In the Los Angeles Hsrald, and
thereupon and theieafcer it shall take
effect and be in force.
I hereby certify that the foreeoing ordinance
was adopted by the council of the city of < o,
Angeles at its meeting of February 13th, 1893.
C. A. LUCKKNBACH,
City Clerk.
Approved this loth'day of Febmary, 1893,
T. E. ROWAN,
2-16 10t Mayor.
Notice of Street Work.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON
Monday, the 30th day of January, A I).
1593, the council of the city of Los Angeles
did, at its meeiine en »i ii day, adopt an ordi
nance of intention, number 1543 (now (series),
to have th© following work done, to-wit:
That the grade oi firetd Etreet, from Michi
gan avenue lo First Rtreet, is hereby changed
and established as follows:
At the interFection of Michigan avenue tho
grade shall be W2.00 on the southeast and
southw»isl corner.
At a point 248 feet south from the south lino
of Michigan avenue, 4\50 on both sides, and
at the intersection of First street 3<!.00.
And at al) points bet,wean said designated
points the grade shall he es ablished so as to
conform to a straight line drawn bstween said
designated points.
Elevations are in feet and above city datum
pane.
Reference is hereby made to tho said ordi
nance of intention for further particulars.
D. A, WATSON, Street Superintendent.
By A. I STEWART, Deputy. 2-22 tit
Notice of Street Work.
NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON
Monday, the 30th day of January, A. D.
tbe council of the city of l-oh Angeles
did, at its i«. eetlng on said day, adopt an ordi
nance of intention, nnmber 1537 (new series),
to have the following work done, to-wit;
That a public sewer be constructed along
Calumet avenue iv said city from a point op
fiosite the easterly line of lot 3, block 3, Ange
eno Heights, to the sewer lamphole opposite
lot 14, block 1, of .-hia Angeleno Heights, and
across ail intersections of streets, together with
manholes, iampholes and fiushtanks.
The size of said sewer shall be eight inches
in internal diameter, and be constructed of
salt-glazed vitrified pipe, brick, Iron and
cement. All of which shtll bo con«truo!ea In
accordance with tbeplam and profile on file iv
the office of the city enslueer, and specifica
tions on file in tho office of the city clerk of the
city of Los Angeles, said specifications being
numbered fourteen.
The cost of constructing said sewer shall bo
assessed against all lots aud lands fronting up
on the same
Reference Is hereby made to tho said ordi
nance of i mention ior further particulars.
D. A. WATSON, Ktreet Superintendent.
By A. I. STEWART, Deputy. 2-22 tit
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING.
THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING OF
the stockholders of the LAke Heme' Water
company will be held at the oflice of the com
pany, room 28, Baker Mock, Los Angeles, Cal ,
on Monday, March 6, 18»3, at 1:30 p. m . r
the purpose of electing a botrd of directors and
transacting such other business as may prop
erly come before the meeting.
2-19 16t J. M. MANLEY, Secretary.
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING..
THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING OF
the sto kholders of tbe Hornet Land com
pany will be held at the office of the com
pany, room 28. Baker block, Los Angeles, CaL,
on Monday, varchU, 1893, at 1:30 p.m., lor
the purpose of electing a board of directors
and transacting such othar business as may
properly come bsfors tha mooting
2-T9 16t J. X. MANVCY, Sectary.
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AMUSEMENTS.
NEW I.OS anqbi.es theater.
H. C. Wyatt, Manager
FAREWELL PERFORMANCE TONIOHT,
FEBRUARY 25.
ARB YOU MARRIED ?
Annual Tour of the Eminent Comedian, /
JOHN DILLON!
In His Latest and Greatest Success,
A Model Husbanrl!
FEW AND FAR BETWEEN.
A model play, a mode', star, and a model
company.
Regular prices. i
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
Under the direction of AL. HAYMAN.
McLain & Lehman, Mauager*.
Monday February 187 th
Only Appearance in Los Angeles—The World',
Greatest Humorist,
BILL NYE!
And America's Favorite Monologist,
A. P. BURBANK,
In an Irresistibly-Funny. Two-Happ,-Hours 1
Program of Unr.valed Wit and Humor,
Capacity of houses tastnl everyvrher.l
t-'eats on sale Wednesday, Feb. 22d. Better
secure seats now.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
Under the direction of Al Hayman.
McLain & Lehman, Managers.
THE HIT OF THE SEASON-FIVE NIQHT9
ONLY, COMMENCING
Tuesday February 28th
Return of tho Wonderful Midget Com
pany, the
LILLIPUTIANS ! £-
Tuesday. Wednesday Matlnej and Evening,
and Thursday, in Tlidr Greatest
Spectif:u:ar Piay,
f* * CANDY ** j
Direct from Its long run at thi Baldwin
Theater, San Fraucisco.
4 Graud Ballets! Brll'.iant Scenery 1
The Electrical Dance! Novel affasti!
Gorgeous Costum's!
Adolph Zinks in his screaming burlo. que oa
Lottie Collins, TAR AX A-BO IM-DE-AY.
Koert and Zink.' l'rlzo Fight.
Friday, Saturday Matinee and Evening,
THE DWARF'S WEDDING !
Comic Opera in 4 Acts, with Ballet—Nov el.
Original, Funny.
Secure your seats In advance, Now on sale.
IPEOPLE'S1 PEOPLE'S AMPHITHEATER,
North Main, near First street.
L. A. King & Co., Prop's.
Chas. A. Doyle, Mgr.
ff;»E~3trictly Moral and Refined. "BJJ
MATINEE TODAY AT 2:15 P. M.
PERFORMANCE 10NIGHT AT 8:14.
EXTRA! BULLETIN EXTRA!
For One Week Onlj!—Cunningham's
j Cannibal Boomerang Throwers ! j
In conjunction with
New Circus and Specialty Artists! .
Also Ed. Latel, musical gen'tiF, P»ar: -.I'Ua
way, vocalist: Gleasou's P a/lori 'ie*- I' ■*
N. B. —See the Cannibal* ta their f«M} Dan:,
and Ceremony.
Prices 10c, 200 and 30c iiilngti i
ORIGINAL VIENNA. UUFSMT,
Comer M'lin rin I K'„.jll-:' SInMM. .
J. H. KENNEDI,BO>. Manager,
THE FAVORITE AMUSEMENT RESORT!
First appearance In Los An cles of the comedy
sketch artlstß,
"gREi)~THR LE VERNESZiHi:
In their own original creation entitled
THE CENSUS TAKER.
First appearance of the great RAVELI..
expert juggler and b ilaueer, from the Crystal
Palaco theater, London, England.
Matinee every Wednesday afternoon at 2
o'clock.
ttf Look out for next week. 2 17 3m
THE PALACE,
Corner First and Spring street*
(Family and ladies' entrance on First it.)
THE
VENETIAN LADIES' TROUBADOURS
Will tender a concert everyday from 12 to
1:30 p.m. (during lunch hour); also a
• GRAND CONCERT EVERY EVENING !
From 7:30 p.m. to 12 m.
The best commercial lunch in tho city I/oji
11 a.m. till 2 p.m , and from 5 to 7 p.m.
A la catte from ti p.m. to 12 m. 2-18 lm
gTATE CITRUS FAIR,
NEW PAVILION AT
COLTON £-
Covering Nearly an Acre, Opens
Wednesday Morning, March 15, 1893
$30001
CASH— PREMIUM 9
For premium lists, rules, space lor exhibit*
and privileges, apply to . .
.1. s. WOOD, .secretary, Colton, Cal.
Notice of the Piling of the Report ot
the Commissioners Appointed to
Open and Straighten Maple ave
nue, Between Fifth Street and the
South City Boundary, in Compli
ance With Ordinances Nob. 1284,
and 1844 (New Series), Together
With the Plat of the Assessment
District.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A
certified ccpy of tho report, assessment Us,
and plat of the Commissioners appointed to as
sess bandits and damages and to have gen
oral suoervist'>n of the proposed work of open*
ing aud straL'htcniug Maple avenue, between
Fltth .yd tho south city bound.ry, haa
been filed in the office of the undersigned.
All sums levied and assessed in said assess
ment list are due and payabl < immediately.
The pavinent of said sums is to be made to me,
in my office, within thirty days from the first
publication of this notice.
All assessments not paid before the expira
tion of said thirty days will be declared to be
corre delinquent, and thereafter five per cent,
with the coßt of advertising, will bo added
thereto.
Dated th's 11th day ol February, 1893.
D. A. WATsON,
Street Superintendent.
By A. I. Stewart, Deputy. 2-1114t
St. Paul's Hospital and Home for
Invalids.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A BPE
clal meeting of the members of the above
named corporation will be held at St. Paul 1 *
Church v stry, on Olive street, in the city ol
Lo* Angeles, on Monday, March 6,1803, at 2:30
p.m. Buch meeting is called by the president
lor tne election of trustees for tbe ensuing
year, the date of annual meeting havinr
pissed, and said meeting not having been adl
lonrned or ordered. Amendments to the by.
lew ■ wil, also bo proposed.
219 2w H W. LATHAM, Seo'y.

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