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WHAT THE MARKET AFFORDS.
Selections That Can Be Made for a Sunday Dinner. The Los Angreles Housewife Is Es pecially Favored. •he Haa a Great Variety Prom Which to Select, and the Prices are Partic ularly Modest—Every De partment Reviewed. The Los Angeles market just at this ■eaeon of the year affords many deli cacies which go to gladden the heart of the epicure and which give the good housewife an opportunity to prepare a ! Sunday dinner for the household which is certainly "fit for a king." Here at all seasons of the year one can obtain vegetables, fruits, game, etc., bo that a wide field for selection ie left open, from which a, variety can be ob tained. Another satisfactory point ia the exceedingly low prices which pre ' vail at all times, placing the best that the market affords within the reach of every one. It is the intention of the Hrrald each Saturday morning to print what is known as a market baakwt article. Un der this department will be given a re ! view of what the market affords in the 1 way of edibles, together with the pre vailing prices. This article the house ; wife can read and obtain the latest in formation as to what she can Eecure Saturday for the Sunday dinner. This will in the future be one of the features of the paper. The review will be care fully compiled, and the facts therein set forth will be reliable in every sense. If today a housewife were to star t out with market basket sho could with but little money succeed in selecting the articles for a dinner that would cause the mouth of any man to water. FRUITS AND VEGETABLES. What There Is In tho Mnrket Now and TA'haro to Got It. Southern California always leads in i the variety ol fruits, vegetables, etc., i which it can present for the market at this season of tho year. Now today a • housewife can go to Ludwig & Wagner, Bt the Mott market, and find an assort ment of frnit and vegetables that can not be duplicated any place in the city. With this fact should also go the state ment that the prices are the lowest. In the vegetable line you can find as paragus, Biueekls sprouts, tomatoes, chilis, green peas, young and fine; string beans, mushrooms, artichokes, young onions and some excellent new potc-toe*. All of these vegetables will be i'resh, ns they just arrived from the ranch this morning. In the way of fruits Ludwig & Wagner have everything that, can bo found in this market. Tho liueet navel oranges, lemons, etc. Fresh strawberries can be had at 20 cents per basket; nice bananas at 25 cents per dozen. Same eastern apples are also to bo htul hero that are ■very tempting. The firm has a free ■delivery. Ii you are unable to get down ytowu, ti ■ an fill your order by tele phone, tst call up 55(3. Any order ■hat yoo c ye thera will be carefully Kile*'. You cm depend on that. FAMILY GROCERIES. Homo of the Kinds of Vanned Fish Yon Cun Get for Lent. Fish for Lsut to your heart's content can be found at H, Jevne's. Look at his fish display in the window, covering the greatest variety ever displayed in Southern California: Salted fish, pickled fish, shredded fish, smoked fish, devilled fish, American fish and im ported fish, and canned fish of such a great variety that you can have fißh for three meals a day hi the whole month and still have a change for each meal; and the place to get it is at Jevne's, 136 and 138 North Spring street. If there is anything iv the line of fine canned goods that you would like for to morrow, or for any other day for that matter, this you can also obtain at Jevne's. He has only tho »cry bast goods in the way of canned vegetables, fruits, pickles, sauces, condiments, canned meats and other things in that line. All a Lis Angelea housewife has to do if sh" desirea the finest table delicacies is to give Mr. Jevne a call. He has the largest an 1 moat complete stock from which eolections cau ba made. FISH AND GAME. A Half Dozen Varieties of Fish, and liamo liiuumcrnlile. When it oomes down to fbh and game tbere ia where a Loi Angelej riuu can be satisfied, for he can obtain or have obtained for hiui today for lm dininr to night or tomorrow either, alm33t any thing he desires. Ia the line ol fish, the market affords come very fine halibut. Then there are rockcod, choice smelt", very nice Sacra mento river salmon, flounders, etc. Then, too, there are fresh eaßtern oys ters, lobsters, muesela, clania and things like that. In the way of game, there are quails, teal ducks, canvas-back ducks. This is not to mention the A No. 1 fat geese, ducks, turkeys and hens. All of these delicacies you can find at Fred Haniman's, at Mott market, 129 to 135 South Main street. Any order that you may give for poultry, dressed or alive, or for wild game in season he can fill, as well as for fish. Being a whole sale as well as a retail dealer Mr. Haui man is able to give his retail patrons a specially large assortment and variety to select froir. His telephone numbar is 630, and all orders over the 'phone aro promptly filled. THE MEAT MARKET. The ruinous Spring Lamb Hal Just Been He-Introduced. "In the way of meats there ia nothing particularly new in the market just now," said Simon Maier, of the Central meat market, 149 North Spring street, to • Hebald reporter yesterday. "Wewiil have some very fine spring lamb Satur day morning. In addition to this wi will have the beet of roasts, beef, pork mutton, lamb, etc., as well as Hamburg •teak, sausages, etc. "We handle only the best in our line, •nd have the lateet improved facilitiet for handling all of our meats. We oan Ut all times furnish the best the marke affords as regards both quality and va riety." In Mr. Maier's establishment is prob ably the largest cooling'room that then ia in any market in Los Angeles. It it 86 feet loaf by 12 feet wide. In thin room tbe temperature is kept at all timea at about 45 degrees, and frequent ly it ia as low as 40. Mr. Maier also does a large wholesale business, and is therefore enabled to give his retail cus tomers special advantages. THE BAKERY. What Koster, or 1 40 South Spring street. Oiler.. Of course, no dinner is complete with out dessert, and frequently the lady of the house does not desire to bother or be bothered in making it. Then, in a case like thia, she should hie herp.elf to Kos ter'B, at 140 South Spring Btreet, just north of Second Btreet. Here she will find just what she wants without any difficulty. This morning and today Mr. Koster will have oome very nice walnut cakes, which are most tempting. Then there is the German delecacy"Pieffer Nnsse" which is very fine, and Charlotte russe ice cream and like dishes are, of course, to be had, as well as rolls, bread, pies, cakes of all kinda. Mr. Koater is also prepared to do catering in private families. He will furnieh the supper or lunch for parties, etc. IF YOU WANT A Change and Want to TaUe a Dinner Out. If you are tired oi getting up a great big dinner for the household and want to go and take a dinner out for a change, and thereby avoid all bother and trou ble, there ia no place in the city where you can get better service or better food than you can get at the Corfu Family Diving Parlors, at 139% South Spring street, up stairs. To<iay Mrs. J. C. Phil brooks, the proprietress, will set a sps cial dinner for her patrone, the bill of fare being as followB: Oyster Soup. Roait Tnrkev, Cranberry Sauco. Roastßeef. Boiledl.ef;of*lutton, Caper Sauce. Lamb Fricasse, Potatoes. Tomatoes. Con. Lettuce. Radishes. Celery. Pickles. Lemon anl Apple Pie. Ice Cre.am. Tos. Black .oil o. Sweet Milk. This meal is nerved at 25 cents from 12 until 3 p. m. tomorrow. FINANCE AND TRADE. Exchange Review. New York, Fob. 24 —Government bonds closed steady to 11 nn. HONEY (JUOTATIONg. New York. Feb. 24.—Money on call, eesy; ranging 3iyits per cent; cloned at 5 per cent. Piime mercantile piper— per cent. Hlerliug exchange—Ou'ot but firm; O'J-day bills, $4.88; demand, $4 88>$ STOCKS AMU BONDS. Nkw York, Feb. 24.—Closing quotations were as iollowt: U P. 4s, regular. .112VJ North American.. 9 Bo coupon li 2>i Northwestern 112 TT. s. 2«, regular.. 99.* Do preferred... 144U Partite da 105 N. Y. Central lOfii Atchison .'1254 oiegon Irapt 19 Amer. Express .117 Oregon Nay 70 Amer. Cotton Oil A 7\J Oregon Short Lino 79 Burlington 9AM f-aclflo Hail 23% Canadian Pacific 84)4 Pullman Palace..l 93 OanadaHoutheru. 55 Bio Or Western.. 22 Central Pacific... 20 Do preferred ... 60 Del. 4 Lacka .... 40' i Do firsts >•■<; Denver*R.Qrand 52U Rock Island 84Ji Dißtillers S6M St. Paul — Illinois Central... 99', St. Paul it Omaha S3M Kansas & Texas.. 24<iUmori('an8ui;aT..llo? s > Lake eliore 127.* jTcxas ci Pacific .. 9 Lead Trust MXI Onion Pacific 87K Louisvl ds NashTl 7Vt'o|lT. 3. Express 65 Mien. Central. ...104'.;jwells fargo 145 Missouri Paclfi".. no^iWestern tlulou... 95% Northern Paciiic. 1511 General Electric. 107 lli preforred.... 4(Wl,nißcedoll ,8K Rending 29J a I RichmondTerm'l Oy a Boston, Feb, 24,—Closing quotations were as follows: Atchison 32'4iC. B. A Q 9S4* tSozioaa Central. 10! 4 |Bell Telephone.. .2ui San Diego . | MINING SHARES. Nitw York, $eb. 24.—Mlninj shares closed as follows: Crown Point 55 Plymouth 82 Con. Cal. &. Va. 280 detra Nevada.. 1,30 Desdwood 1.30 Standard 1.88 Gould & Curry.. .90 Union Con 1.00 Hale<4 Norcross 1.25 Yellow Jacket.. .f>s ttomestake 1150 Ironnllver 80 Mexican 1.75 Quickiilver 300 Ontario 13.00 Do Preferred.l3.oo Ophir 2.25 Buhver 10 San Francisco, Feb. 24.—Closing quotations were: Belcher 75 Halo it Norcross. 1.25 Best* Belcher... 1.85 Peer OS Chollar 55 Potosl 1.25 Con. Va 285 -'avage ... .00 Confidence 1.50 3iorra Nevada... .1.25 Gould & Curry... .95 Union Con 1.10 Ophir 2.*0 Yellow Jacket... .50 Silver Bullion. New York, Feb, 24 —Bar silver, per ounce, 83?kc. San Francisco, Fob. 24 — SUvsr bars, per ouuee, Mexican dollars—os) Los Angeles Clearing House Business. Las Angeles, Feb. 24 —T.nlav's business was rmoUiws: Clearings, $16ii,235.72; balances, $119,719.17 • Thursday—C.earlngs, $201,924,015; balances, $19,419.80. San Francisco Market Review. Ban Fbancisco, Feb. 24.--The vegetable mar ket is du'l, with priets steady. About 14 boxes asparagus wore received ami 10 of rhubarb, but general receipts of early varieties were light. Potatoes are steady with firmer io»o in liver revs. Onions were in good demand.Tvlth receipt! of 202 sscks. Mushr joins are scarcer. Good tomatoes sell well. Peas arrive more freely. The market for fresh frull Is quiet, with an niiii.'r tone iv navel oranges. Good apples are in eastern are weak. 816117 lemons are tv supply and dull. Stocss of dried Irui's on hand are light, and while there is not much activity to the market it is firm at quotation*. Dried trapes are dr*. in.; a little belter. Shipments by *ea during ihe week include 309 rounds to British tie hritt'uia «nd 2000 to Mexico. California prunes are selllntr in the east for for ftOi to 00s. Thenutter market Is weak aud supplies are heavy. Fresh stock is so low that there is no demand f r pickied roll or flrkiu. Legs are on ttie down grade still, with fair demand for store. Cheeso is weaker under increased re ceipts. The poultry market it quiet, with light de cline iv prices. Iv game supply is in excebs of demand aud prices are weak. San Francisco Quotations. San Francisco, Feb. 24 —Fruit—Apples, 50c ■91,26 ior common to good; $email@example.com for choicj; $3 for mountaiu. Pears—7»irjtsl.so per box. Citrus-Mexican limes, $9gf)10; Sicily lem ons. $5 0035.50; California lemous, $l.00($ 1.25 for small, and $2.0083.00 for good to choice. Bananas—sl 0J®2.00 per bunch. Hawaiian pineapples—s3 OOtfo.OO; Mexican pineapples, $7 Oofifß 00 per doz Oranges — Riverilde navels, $2.50(33 25 per box; San Uernardlno navels, $2.50r<r)3.25; do seedlings, $125'«2.00: Orovitle navels, $2.50@3 00; do seedlings, $1.30,3)2: Los Ange lea navels, $firstname.lastname@example.org; do seedlings, 85e(» $1.25. w DRIED FRUIT. Dates—4 s i@sUo per lb. Apples—Sun dried, quartered, per lb; do sliced, do evaporated, ia boxes, Peais— Bleached, s@tic for sliced, 3@sc fir quartered aud 8c for evaporated: unbleached, 3(ai4c for sliced and for quartered Figs—sc for pressed and ."jfirXic for impressed Pruues-7 (»Hc forsmall 9%40«u for toe four sizes and 10c fur the fifth size of 50s to (>os Plums—Pitted, uhpiited, 2'yiKSn. Peaches--Bleached, sun dried, ti Apricots—ll@l4c for Royal and 10@lGc for .Moor park. Grapes—2(®2Vsc. Kiislos—Quotable as follows: Loudon layers, $ 25(01 50; loose Muscatels, $1 00»1.25 iv boxes and 3@4540 per lb in sacks. VRUKTABI.Ks. String beans—3o@4oc per lb. l.os Angeles tomutues—s. 50(?o$2 00 per box. Mushrooms—lo6llsc foi- commou and 20® 35c per lb <or butrous. Green peas—s@Bc per lb for Los Angeles, ■rsparagus- lb(ir)3oc per lb. Rhubarb—loc per lb. Turnips—7ofa)7sc per cental. Beets—7so p*>r sacs. *:arrott—Feed 40@150c. Parsnips—sl 25 per cental. Garlic— per lb. Cauliflower—so@tisc per doz. LOS ANGELES HER ALT) t SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 25, 1893. Dry peppers—s@7c per lb. Dry okra— 15c per lb Marrowfat tquash—sl2 email@example.com per ton. Green poppers—ls®2sc. Chicago Grain Market. Chicaoo, Feb. 24.—Wheat, quiet. The mar ket opened unchanged; decllued recov ered; declined again closed easy and He lowee than yesterday. The market was governed by looal snflu ences. Receipts were 101,000 bushels; shipments, 42,000 bushels. Closing quotations — Wheat, easy; cash, 73<St>»74c; May, 770 Corn—Firmer; cash, 40'4e; May, 430, Oats—Easy; cash, 3014 c; May, 327-ic. Rye—s2l4c. Barley—o4c. Flax—sl.2o. Timothy—s2.oo. ! OTHER GRAIN MARKETS. San Francisco, Feb. 24.—Wheat was steady; May, $1.2!1'.- 4 . Barley—Quiet; seller '93, new, 8204 c; May, 84% c. Corn-SI.I2JV. Liverpool, Fob. 24—Wheat, demand was fair. No 2 red winter closed steady, 5s 9d; No. 2 red spring, steady at 6s 90. . Corn—Demand was fair; spot, old, closed firm at 4s spot, new, steady at 4s 2Wd; Februory, steady, 4s Marcn, seady, 4s id: April, steady at 4sid. General Markets. New York, Feb. 24.—Hops, quiet and weak; state, common to choice, 201,8240; Pacific coast, 196t23c Hides- Quiet. Coffee-Options closed steady and 5 to 10 points up. The sales were 27,500 bags, in cluding February, at $17.60. March, at 5i7.25i0617.ft5; April, $16.!15(4517 05; May, $H!.SO(o)16.90 Spot Rio clofed null and steady, No. 7, atl7JS@lßc. Sugar—Raw was active and Arm; fair refining, 3c; centrifugals, 96 teat. 306 c; Musco vado, test, 3c; moiates sugar, 89 teat, 2>io; refined, Arm, fairly active. Copper—Quiet; lake, $1\95. Leaii—Dull; domestic, $3 95. Tin—Firmer; straits, $20.30. Chicaso, Feb. 24.—Mess pork, easy: cash, $17.90; May, $18.25. ' Lard—Steady: cash. $12 55; Mny, $12.60. Ribs-Easy; cash, $9.90; May, $9 95. Wool. New York, Feb. 24—W001; Quiet and firm; domestic fleeco, 27(3>320; pulled, 20937 c; Texas, 17(3)2 Ic. Petroleum. New York, Feb. 21.-Petrolenm certificates closed strong at 61c bid. LOS ANGELES LOCAL MARKETS. [THa quotations given below are current wholesale selling prices ] Provisions* Hams—Perlb, local smoked, 18c. Bacon—rer ib, local smoked, 18o; medium, legitime. Pore— Per lb, dr j salt, 14' .'.a. Dried Beef—Per lb, insides, 160. Larij Per lb, Comconnd 3s, 18V£c; 6's, 13?6e; 10's, 13}£c ; 50's, I2»ic. Pure leal, 4c. higher all around. IHIII Products. Floor-Per bbl., L. A. XXXX, $4.80; Capitol Mills, $4 80; ('perry's, $4.90; Drilled Snow, $4.75: Victor, $1,75; Crown, $4.70; Stocktouia, $4.90. Mill Feed—Bran, per ton, $21.00; shorts. $23.00; mixed lecd (corn and barley), per 100 lbs., $1.15; cracked coru, $1.15; leed meal, $1.20; rolled bailey, $1.00. Grain and Hay. Barley—Brewing, $firstname.lastname@example.org; leed, 85. Corn—Per cental, $1.00. Oats—No. 1, ncr cental, $1.50. Wheat—No. 1, per cental, $email@example.com; No. 2, $1.203130. Hax—Oat, No. 1, $10; wheat, No. 1,911; bar ley, No, 1, $10; allalla, No. 1, $9; No. 2 grade $1 lower all around, Staaw—Barley, per ton, $5; wheat, $5. Dairy Products. Butter—Fancy croamery. 28-ounce squaros 505*d2Sc; laacy dsiry, per roil, 45®47Wc; choice, 37©10 c. " Cheese—California half cream, per tb, 10c; covit, fullrream, per lb, 14c; California, local specie* brands, per lb, 15@lGL£c; California, 3-lb hand, per lb, 17Ue; eastern full cream, twine, per lb, 14c; Cheddars, per lb, 14c; do mestic Swiss, per lb, 14c. Freeh Fruits. Cranherribs—Per barrel, $11.0011)15.00. BANANiS-Per bnneh, $2 00C«2 50. Apples—Per box, $1.50©1.75; in barrels, per lb., 2^o. Lesions—Cured, per box, 00; un cured. per boa, $2 5033 00. Oranueh —Navels, per box, $3,003(3.25; Seedlings, $1.50®2.25. Veg-etablefl. Beans—Navy or small white, per 100 lb?., $3.ootgU 25; Pink, per 100 lbs., $2 00)93.00; Black-eyed, per lOOlbs., $2.50®2.75; Limas per 100 lbs., $3 00(93.25. Berts—Per 100 lbs., 70c. Cahbaok- Per 100 IDs,, $1.1091.25. Carrots—Per 100 lbs.. $( 00. Cauliflower—Per rioz,, 55c, Cnt Enr—Per doz , 50c. Chilies—Drv, per string, «s®7oa. Onions—Per 100 lb-.., $1 50. Parsnips—Per 100 lbs , $1 50. Peas—Green, per lb., ll(«12c. Dried Fruits. Apples—Evaporated, per lb,, 11c; sundried, 10 •. Apbicots—Evaporated, per lb., 14c. Reaches— Unpeeled, per lb„ 12;,e; peeled, Prunes—Choice, per tb., 10@llc. Raisins—London layers, per box, $1.50® Poultry and Egjgs. Poultry—Hens, $11.0036.50 per doz.; young rooster*. $6.00; old roosters, $5 50; broilers, $4.ooftji4 50; ducks, $8.00®9.0U; turkeys, 14® 10c per Ib. Bggs—California ranch. 17@190 per doz. Winoa and Liquors. The following quotations of wines and liquors In case and oulk are fu r nisfaod by C. F. A. Last, wine enl liquor merchant, 131 North Main street; Winei—Angelica, Muscat, Port, Sherry, To kay, per gal., t;5c,®51.50, accordlug to age; Cluret, 25®.">0c; Ziufandel, (iscM,sl.2S; Reis ling, 05c@*l 25; Hautcrno, 75eiS»>i>dO; Bur gundy. 76c@$l 50; Gutedal. 75ctH$lT50. California brandv—sl 75&3.50: per Cisc, $3.503.7.700; pints, 50c per case additional. Kentucky whisky—s L 58((£tl 00. Imported liquor—Cognac, $4 50310.00: gin, $3.25(1(4 00: Jamaioa rum. $5.50; Mt. Croix rum, $5 550; sherry. $2 0037 oO: Port, $2.00 1»7 00; Irish whisky, $j 253U.01); Scotch whisky, $5.28 16.00. Champagnes—G. 11. Mumm, extra dry, pints, $34: quffrts, $3o; pln:s, $35.50: quarts, $37.50; Louis Roederer, pint*, $35.50; quaris, $17.50: George Goulet, pints, $32 00; quarts, $34; Green Seal, pints, quarts, $.19.50: k'clipse (California), plots, $14.50; quarts, $17. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Thursday, February 23d. B N Buck to W N Sheldon-Lot 110 and 8 E li lot 108, McDonald tract, Ko Ban Pedro; $1. A X N .sh et ux et »1 to frank C Bolt—Lot 15 bl 2, Tallrnadge, Foote & Buxnham tract, Pasa dena; $1500. Martha J Murray to Turner J Jean et ux— Lot 10. Df cdur & Lucas sub, Pasadena $300, R Scott Wheeler et ux to L J 'Jhristopher—Lot 20, Kinney tiact, 5—508; $424 KUen M Hucklus to Clara A Hutchins-Und U bl 7, Schmlit tract; $1. W X file to M Lawrence et al—Santa Anita tract, 0-210; $5. Whitney, tax collector to Jordan Slrultls— Lot 33, Goodwin tract; $3,27. Same to same—Lot 3 bl JC, Sherman tract: $4 40. same to same—Lot 2, as above; $4 37. Same to same—Lot 34, Goodwin tract; $3.20. Same to same—Lot 35. Goodwin tract; $3.27. Same tosame—Lot 36, Gooowin tract: $3.20, Wm A Jonas et ux to Frank A Bradshaw— 814 lot 15 W 1; ueaudry tram, 1-401; $10. P C Vallljo to Bernhard Wyland-Lot 1, Annandals tract: $800. M L Tnnncr to Jos A de Ybarra— S l,7BoWres Ro Rtncou de la Brea $5. Dalton Wboeler, trustee to L J Christopher- Lot 20, Kinney tract, s—l 0-i ; $1. In re Margret Ketrney vs. P B McCarty— Decree quietiug title to lot 9 bl 0, Desnoyer's traot, 3—02. Anna Town (end et con to Geo B Adams—Lot 2 bl B, and lots 1 aud 2 bl £, Pomeroy and Stlmpson's sub, Alhambra $500. o H Stanton et ux to Geo B Adoots— Lot 21 bl 13, i-tnnton's sub, Alhambra; $125. Manuel Gu letro to Chas G Varici—Lot 8 bl 104, Pomona; $25. bu in >nt Morris et ux to Wm H Griffin—Lot 25 bl 7, Williamson trait, 12-5, $500. International Mining Co, limited, et al to Hancock Banning—Lots 1, 2, 3, 23, 29, 30, blk 10, lots 21. 22, blk 3, and lots 21,22, 23, blk 2, Avalon; $3500. L A couuty to H W O'Melveney—Land in RW J4 Sec 19, T2 8, R 10 W; redemption; $15.63 . J ame to same—Land similarly described; $15.23, Same to same—Land similarly described; $9.38. Amy M Potter to Mrs Mallnda L White—N 50 ft lot 1, blk 32, Terminus Homestead tract, JC L A; $350. Mary J Maglnnis to Fredk Flsohback—Lot 18, Wright's subd San Kaiael tract, Pasadena; $74. A J Sanborn et ux to M r Nolan et al Und W of part of lot 3. It H Workman tract; $125. Thompson, tax collector, to N P Campbell- Lot 8. Hush & Crawford tract; $8 B2 N P Campbell to F H T t rry—Lot 8, Bush & Crawford tract; $100. J W Hugus et al to L A county—Land for road, Firoydt Kohrer BubdSoto tract; $1. M J Nolan et al to David Shearon—Bart of lot 3, E H Workman tract: $350 In re Phrebe J Tibbett—Decree of settlement of accounts aud final distribution. Louise Slav.on et at to Sarah R Slanson—Part lot 8, Dlk 17. H S; $30,000 Alexander Weill to Job uson St Keeney Co— Lot 192, Alexander Weill tract, 20-65; $325. Charlea N Miner et ux to M W Copps—Part lot 14, Hosmer's subd Sierra Madre tract, and water; $1200. Jonathan Tlkbet to Samantha Jane Bnoddy— Land In Ro La Ballon.; $5 Graatee above et al to above grantor—Landlin satte trt: $5. Jno A Philbin et ux to Ellse Ksih Klein—Lot 9, J M Brooks' sub Ptilibin trt: $500. Clineshff to W J Sunburn—Lots add No 3, Hamilton trt; $5231 ,>l. to R F Lottpeich—Lot 86, Myers trt; Kdward Tring to same—Land as last above; $40. Jacob 8 Flory to X C Johuß»n-l-12 Little Te lung* water; $10. M Zens to Jno M Warner et al—Water rights In Little Tejunga csfion; $1. W E Shepherd et ux to'llien J Rice—Lot 12, Carltcn .t Summei field sub Dunnlijan trt; $1. Clint J Moon to Chas Victor HalUJ.ot 11 bl 1,10t2b110, 22, 23, 26 bl2, WaSniugton-st trt, $600. Wm Ward to Robt Hale et aU-Land fronting 37.90 ft on Los Anaeles st, comg ft Sol land of Bishop Mora; $3750. W J Magee to Etla M Magee—Lot 10, Dicker son <k Oarr's sub SLA: gift. Cynthia A Ollday at al to Amy M Potter—Lot 10, N'-'a lot 3 bl 32, Terminus Homestead trt; $1. A W Guest et ux tn Herbert M Mateo—Lot 48, L N Breed's sub bl 00, II <■; $150. Katie Sherman te Wm Rorick— Lot 4 bl 5, Uimiton tit: $350. Wm F Grosser et nx to Emma H Diers—Lot 14. Grosser trt, 31—47; $300. D M Adams et nx to Andrew Glassell—Lots 12 and 13 bt 17 Garvanzi In consideration of release of mtg SO of mtgs 602. M A Powell et al to Geo A Nadeau—Lauds In sec 22 T 2 * R 13 W SBM, $5. Laura M Nadeau et al to Geo Nadeau—Land as last above: $1. Daniel Parker et ux to John Burke—Lot 35 Legge's lower '.rt Pasadena; $325. I. A Co to J C Irvin—Lot 17 Yale & Harvard trt; $11 83. EB Wool-worth etux to N Whittlesey—Lots 8 9 12 13 16 22 23 41 43 Banneotrt and und V 3 lots 1 to 5 samo trt; $1. H P Mathew«on trustee et nx to John R Por ter—Land on Downey aye SO aos as per 339 of deeds 184; $1. M G McKoon extr to same—L\nd in Sherman trt and und 1-20 land as last above; $812. Name to M G McKoon adm est Wilson—Lot 12 bl 1 Ocean View trt and lot 6 King's sub bl 39 1 S; $l« - 0 John R Porier etux to E V Smith—Und 2-5 lots 7 8 14 OmaSa Hts 52-85; $5. Same toWDF Richards—Lots 2 and 1 samo trt: $5. Same to R 8 Deoring—Lots 11 15 15 same t't; $5. SUMMARY. Deeds 54 Nominal ' 37 Total $54,287.83 Note—Figures separated by a dash represent book and page ef miscellaneous records. Men end officers of tho police force, who are exposed day and nieht to all itorts of weather, should keep Salvat'on Oil, the infallible cure for rheumatism end neuralgia, at their homos. Thej cannot afford to oe without it. 25 cents. San Diego Land Offloe And Bureau of information; San Diego and Los Angeles excursion oflice (1,. A. end S. 1). Steamship Co.), rapt. Alphouso B. Smith, gen ernl manager. Office, 121 8. Broadway. Branch office, Strong it Arms of San Diogo, Buggy robes and horse blankets at Fov's old reliable saddlery house, 315 N. Los Angeles st Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorfc TO THE UNFORTUNATE. DR. GIBBON'S DISPENSARY, /! r\ 1 ('oner of Coraniorcial, t ß b"W <l d el i I,CO * v*' :!! < f ri-wuji ;.nd «.-'* > V? , \ h-.hix>■.,[:, Mich ns Gono.-rh.ea, Gleet, syphilis iv itH forraf, Buninal Weakness, Impotenny and Lout Manhood per manently cured. The sick and afflicted should not fall to call npon him. Toe Dootor has trar *■ ■ " extensively 1h Europe and iuspeoted thor oughly the various hospitals there, obtaining a great deal of valuable information, which he la competent to in part to those In need of his ser vice,. Tbe Doctor cures where others fall. Try him. Dkt. GIBBON will make no charge unless he I fleet, a enro. Per ion* at a distance CORED AT HOME. AU commuufcatioua strictly confidential. All letters answered In plain envelopes, Caller write. Address DX. J. V. GIBBON, Box 1957, ran Francisco, Cal. Mantlon Loa Angeles Hsrald. 12*17 iv DR. WONQ HIM. Chinese Physician and Burgeon, baa resided al Loa Angeles eighteen (18) years. His reputa tion as a thorough physician has been tolly es tablished and appreciated by many. His large Eractice Is sufficient proof of his ability and oiicity. The doctor graduated In tbe foremost colleges, also practiced in the largest hospitals of Canton, China. Tbe doctor speaks Spanish fluently. Office: 639 Upper Main street. Hundreds of testimonials are on Die at the doctor's oflice which be has received from his nu nitrons patients of different nationalities, which be has cured of all mannerof diseases to which the hnman body la heir—from tbesmall eit pimple to the most complicated of cases. P. 0. boxofl, .Station C, Los Angeles, Bitters w adCCS /} The Grimt Mexican Remedy. \ tJ>iP*3XfW Gives health and atrongth to Tflflfe MJSSn. the Sexual Organs. Depot, 323 Market street, San Francisco. DR. €. C. Vilßl'S NKRVK AND BR«l?l TKKATMINT, a specific for Hysteria, Dizzi ness, Fits, Neuralgia, Headache, Nervona Proa traf.on caused by alcohol or tobacco, Wakeful n as. Mental Depression, Softening ot Brain, ••suiiug his ; nlty, misery, decay,dc&'h, Prema ture Old Age, Barrenness. Loss of Power In e.ther sex. Impo.oucy, Leucorrhcoa and all Female Weaknesses, Involuntary Looses, Sper matorrhoea canted by overexertion of brain, Self-abise. Over-indulgence. X month's treat menuHr& for $5, by mall. We guarantee six Kacb order for 0 boxes, with will tend written guaramte tT refund if not curel. Guarkntee Issued only by A. A. TRUK, druggiit, sole agent, corner Third and Main streets, Los Angelas, Cal. STfrs. JAPANESE w' CURE A new and Complete Treatment, contfs.ing of Suppositories, ointment in Capsules, also in Box nd Pills; a Positive Cure for External, Internal, Blind or Bleeding, Itching, Chronic, Recent or Hereditary Piles This remedy has nt vet bevn known to fall. $1 per box, (j for $5; rent by mail. Why suffer from this terrible disease when a written guarantee <s positively gtren with 6 boxes to refund the money it not cured. Hend stamp for frei sample. Guarantee Issued by A. A TRUE, druggist, corner of Third and Main streets, Loa Angeles, Cal Br PritattfT, ■eoondftry, ttrtUry Syphilis mW eared ti 2, to 80 d»ri. L*r«J ■ Hnatf to ear* or no n| H Ho dod,lr., rMponalbtlftj. Trrstiueut bj nail Hj IffiiCYPUII IQiKII Is v.,01 r lliLiul tU Proof ro.u nothing;. WHU for Bt.rtiealt.ri and jon ■ H wi',l oevar regret It. GUAftArITIF. RIUBDT CO., SB ■jlvSoltea SI * 52 Penter Bid,., SS Adama Bt.S'hlnw.Ma NERVOUS DEBILITY cured by the use of WEFTS Sarsaparilla Tones the system, makes the weak strong. Cures Others will cure you. >•»■" *S». ! , , ~i MARK REfiISTEHED.I /X. nIDAPO I MADE A WELL THE .RUT f I I HINDOO REMEDY V'M/^nl PRODUCES IHI ABOVE a fr \ 1 RK«n/rn In 80 DAYS. Cures all\*&> L £> / Nervous Diseases, Failing Memory, \* / Paresis, 8 lee pie -wicks,. Nightly Knife- Biona. cives rigor * torhrunken organs, etc. BMBM by pant abuses and quick) v but surely restores \x*t Mtinhood in old or youiiir. Easily carried In vest pocket. Price 61.00 a package. Six for tjU>.o<> wtifea licurn or money rciunded. I>un'i let any unprincipled riniffplnt sell yon unu kind of imitation. Insist on having L\DA!*o—none, other. II he has not pot it.we vrill send it by mail upon receipt ot price. Pamphlet In sealed envelop.- free. Address; Orlentnl Medlen! Co., 60 Plymouth p|»i<, t'idctio, 111. SOLD by H. Germain, 12.1 South Spring St.. LOS ANGELES. CAL., and other Leading Druggists. Baker IronWorks 950 TO 966 BUKNA VISTA BT., LOS ANGELES, CAL Adjoir.ing tbo Sontbcrn Pacific ground?. Tel- ODhone 114, 7-21 Pacific Coast S. S. Co. GOODALL, PERKINS & CO., GENERAL Agents, San Francisco. Northern routes embrace lines for Portland, Ore., Victoria, B. O.i and Puget Sound, Alaska, and all coast points. SOUTHERN ROUTES. TIME TABLE FOR FEBRUARY, 1893. LEAVR SAN KUANCISCO. " For ) Port Harford IS. S. Corona. February 1,10, Santa Barbara... I 19, 28, March 9. Redondo j Ban Pedro 8. 8. Santa Rota February 6, Newport I 15. 24, March 5. San »icgo ) For 1 8, S. Coos Bay, February 8, Redondo 1 17, 26, March 7. Ban Pedro and fB. 8. Eureka February 4, 13, way ports J 22, March 3. LBAVI SAN rKDRO AND REDONDO, For 18. 3. Santa Roia. February 8, 1 17, 26, March 7. Lan Diego (h. 8. Corona, February 3,12, J 21. March 2. For 1 S. S. S.nta Rosa. February 1, San Franclsoo... 1. 10,19. 28, March 9, Port Harford | S. 8. Corona, February 5, 14, Santa Barbara.. J 23, 1 ■ i 4 For 1 8.8. Eureka, Fcbrnarj 'P, 16, Ban Francisco 1 25. March 6. and ( i, 8. Coos Bar, February 2, waypotts j 11, 20, March 1, Car. to connect with steamers yia San Pedro leavo S. P. R R. depot, Fifth street, Los An geles, at 9:25 o'clock a. m. Paßiengers per steamers Corona and Santa Rosa, via Redondo, north bound, leavo Banta Fo depot at 10:15 a. m.; or Irom Redondo rail way depot, corner Jefferson ItrSVE aud Grand aye,, 9:00 a. m. Passengers per Eureka and Bay, via Re dondo, leave Hanta Fe depot at 4:05 p m. Plans of steamer's cibln at agent's office, where berths may be secured. The compauy reserve the right to change the Btesin.ris or their days of ealilug £SJf-For passage or freight ns above or for ticaets to and from all important points in Europe, apply to W. PARKIN. Agent, Office. No. 124 West Second St., Los Angeles. CONSTABLE'S SALE. BY VIRTUE OF AN EXKCUTION ISSUED out of Justice M T. Owens' court, Los An geles city, Los Angeleß townt-hlp, county of Los Angeleß, state of California, dated the Bth day ol December, A. D. 1893, in a certain action wherein James J. Ayers and Joseph D. Lynch, doing business under the firm name and style of Ayers <fc Lynch, as plaintiff), recovered Judg ment against Robert H. innes, Chnrlea W. Man grum and Charleß W. Inneß, doing business under the firm name - nd style of Inn. s & Mau grum, on the 7th day of [September. 1892, I h*ve levied on tho lollowing described prop erty towit: That cenaiu resl property situated In the city of Los Angeles, county of Lob Augeles and state of California. rlbcd as follows, towit: Lots 23 aud 25, of block 1, Yarn ell's subdivision of tho northeast part oi* lot 4, block 38, Hancock's survey of Loa Angotea city, as per map thireuf recorded in boo*. 7, p*ge 82, Mi sec lsneous Records of Los Ang-les county; aUo lot 3, block 2, Highlnnd tract addition No. 1, in Loa Angeles city, as per map of said hddi tlon recorded ir book 5, page 14, Miscellaneous Records of Los Augeles county. Notice is hereby given that ou Friday, the 24th day of February. 1893 at 9:30 o'clock a. m, of that day, in frout of the police station, on West Second street, in said city aud county of Lob Aneeles. sia'.e of California, I will sell all the right, title aud interest of Maid Robert H. Innes and Charles VV. Innes, or eliher of them, in und to the above de-criLil property, at pub lic auction, for lawful money, t<» the highest and best bidder, to satisiy said execution and a.i costs. Dated at Los Angeles the 3d day of February, 1893. A. I. RI IHARDSON, Constable Los Angoles Township. The above sale 1* hereby postponed until Fri day, March 3d, at tho samy hour a-id place. A. P. KICHARD4OS, 2 251t Constable Los Angeles Twp. Notice Inviting: Proposals to Furnish the City of Los Angeles With Lum ber. QEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED O by tho up to 11 o'cloi It n. m of Monday, March*!, 1893, to furnish the t ity of Los Angeles with lumber for one year after the date of tke contract. Proposals will utate the price per thousaud ff et, oeMvere l at the poim ordered by the oflicer ordering the lumber. A certified check to the order of the under signed for $50 muit aceoinp&nv eacu pro >o mi. as a guamntee th*t biddo> will enter into a contract if awarded to him in conformity with his bid Council re«erveß the right to reject an/and all bids, By order of the Council of the city of Los An geles at its meeting of February 20, 1593. O. A. LUCKENBACH. 2-24 to 3-0 City Clerk. Notice Inviting 1 Propoaals to Con struct and Set in Place a Steel Water Tank. SEALED PROPOSAL* WILL BK RECEIVED by the undersigned up to 11:00 o'clock a. m. of ttoudty. Ma.eh Oth, 1893, to , omtruct and set in place in the yard back of the < tty ball of tbe city of Lob Angeles, one steel water t»nk, according to sp< clticatlonß on file iv the office of tbe city clerk. A certified check to the order of the under signed for the sum of $50 most accompany each proposal, as a guarantee that bidder will enter into a contract if awarded to bim In conformity with hia bl i. Council reserves the right to reject any and all bids By order of the council of the olty of Los An geles at its meeting of February 20th, 1*93. C. A. LCCKKNBACH, 2 24 to 3-0 City Clerk. NOTICE. IS A LIST OF THE CHILDREN who have been Admlttt-d into the Los An geles orphan asyium since the last publication: Whole orphans— Adella Day. Half ombans—Victoria Cosgrove, Nettie Ja cobs. Fannie Rogers Hide Va dez, Annie Val dez, Edward Abrii, Maria Dt» I, Mary and Louisa Sirvert, Mystica, Esther and Lucinda Uloti. Ed ward if anion. Cora Kenkel, Lena Fadelle, John, Thomas and Paul Welsh, Roaa and Gn*oalute Ban-eras, Katie Fadelie. 2-17 lOt Notice of Street Work. NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT ON MON day. the 30th day of January. A. D 1893, the council oi the city of l*s '.ngeles did, at its meeting on said day, adopt an ordinance of intention. No. 1541 (New Strieß), to have the following work done, tn wit; That it is the In tention of th's council of the city of Los An geles to chauge and establish the grade of Montreal street, from Bellevue avenue to a poim 00 feet south from the southwest corner of Boston street, as foliowB: At. ill* intersection of Bellevue avenue the grade Bhall be, as now est*nli«hed, 87.20 ou the toutheast corner and 89 25 on the south west corner; at a point 100 feet south of southwest corner of Bellevue aye joe, on the west side. 80 00; at the Intersection of B '«m street, HO 00 on the northwest corner, and 80.20 at a point opposite said corner in the eaxl side; 85 50 on the nouthwest corner, and 80.00 at a point opposite said coiner in the east side, both mentioned points being alright anglen oppor>H. said co nurs; a» a point 90 feet south of the southwest comer of . outon str et. 87,00 In the west tide and 88,50 in the east side . ta.olnt at a right angle opposite the last m ntioued point. And at all point* between said deslg nated point- the grade shall be estab ished so as lo conform :o a straight line drrwn between eaid designates points. Elevations are in feet and above city datum plane. The boundaries ot tne district to be affected by aaid change, of gr*de and to be a nessed to pay the damages that may be awarded by rea son of suca of grade are hereby desig nated and established a« follows: Beginning at the northwest corner of U t 25, block 3, Park tract; thence running southerly along the westerly line of said lot 25 to tbe sonlhwest corner of said lot 25; thence westerly along the southerly line of lots 24 and 23, block 3, Park tract, to the southwest corner of said lot 23; therce toutherly along the easterly line of lot 4, block 3, Park tract, to the southeast corner oi* said lot 4; thence southerly to the northeast corner of lot 17, block 2, Park tract; thence southerly alosg the easterly line of Raid lot 17 to the southeast corner of said lot 17; thence easterly aloug the nortnerly Line of lots 3 and ?, block 3, Park tract to the northeast corner of ssid lot 2: thence southerly along the east erly line ot said lot 2 to the southeast corner of said lot 2; thence in au easterly direction to the southwost comer of lotO, blook 4, Park tract: thence along the southerly line of tatd lot 0 to the southeast corner of said Jot 0; tbenre northerly al >ng the easterly line of said lot 6 to t?e northeest corner of said lot 0; thence easterly along the southerly line of lot 7. block 4, srk tract, to tho southeast corner ofsaidlot7; theuce northerly along the east erly line of lots 7 to 14 inclusive, block 4, Park tra t, to the northeast corner of said lot 14; thence westerly to the southeast corner of lot 15, block 4, Park tract; thence northerly along the easterly line oi lots IS to 19 inclusive, block 4, Park tract, to the northeast corner of said lot 19; thence west along the northerly line of said lot 19 to the northwest corner of sajdlotlO; thence in a westerly direction to Ihe northeast corner of lot 25 bloeic 3, Park tract; thenoe we-terly along the northerly line of said lnt2s to the northwest corner ol Raid lot 25, tbe point ot beginning, excepting from the described district of abseisment all lands Included therein which Is now part or parcel of a public street or alley. Reference is hereby made to the said ordi nance of intention for further particulars. J» A. WATSON, Street (superintendent. A. I. Stewart, Deputy. 2-22-0t Notice of Public Work. " "\r OTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON ll Monday, the 30th Jay of January, A. D. '» 1893, tho council of the city of Los Augeles did,at its meeting on said uay. adopt ao or dinance of intention, l umber 1540 (New * Heries) f to have tho iollowing work done, to wit: For the open'ng of Twen'y-flrst street be " tween Bonsallo fi-veuue and Ba.boa street, and that itis the i • ■ tioo of the said council to hfcve said work proceeded with and said land taken, which laud Is dcecrib d as follows, to - wit: Beglnningat the intersection of the center - line of Twenty-first street with the easterly Hue of a strip of land at the westerly terminus of said Twenty first street, as shown on the * map of tbe Park Villa tract recorded In book „ I*, page 44. miscellaneous records of Ix>s An geles county, said polut- of beginning being N Bl deff. 80 mm., W. 403 feet a granite mouunu-utseE at tho Intersection of the ceuter lines of Tweuty-flrst street nud EBtrella aye - una; theuce along the easterly line of said strip , of laud N. 28 deg. 15 mln ,E. 30 feet to a point on the southerly line of lot 04, of aaid Pt.rk , VIU i tract; thence along said southerly line N. 01 deg. 20 mm , W. 2 feet to the southwest cor ; iierofsttidloto4; thence N. 03 deg. 91 mln., 3 W. 312 2 feet to tho easterly Hoe of Balboa street; theuce along said easterly line 8.28 de*. 10 mm., W. 00.02 feet to a point: thence ■ 8,63 deg. 21 mm., E. 312 2 feet Sp the north * West comer lot 65 of s*ld Perk ViLa tract; Ihcuce along the northerly line or said lot 05, t. 01 deg SU mm., K. 2 feel to a point; thence N. 28 deg. 15 mm., E. 30 feet to the point of beginning. Thai the exterior boundaries of thedfstrict '■ Which is hereby declared to be benefited by said improvements and to oe assessed to pay the cost, damages and expenses of the same, _ are described us follows, to-wit: Commencing at a point on tha west lino of Figueroa atreet. said point b*lng the northeast corner of lot 0 or Boyd's subdivision; thence westerly to the northeast corner ot lot 122 of the Park VI la tract; thence westerly to the northw»stcorner " of lot 92, Park Villa tract: thence to the uorth eastcornerof lot 14, Park Villa tract; thence westerly along the northerly lines of lots 14, -j 37, 32 and 02 Park Villa tract to tne northwest f corner of said lot 02; thence to th" northeast " corner of lot 5, Pierce tract; thence westerly to * the northwest corner of said lot 5; thence lo * the noithe*st corner of lot 21, Pierce tract; thence westerly to tha northwest corner of lot * 17, Pierce tract; thence to the northeast corner " of lot lof block 3 of rhe Washington Villa r tract; thence westerly to the northwest corner ~ ot lot 11 of said Mock 3; thence we-terly to ■ the northeast corner of lot lof Lougbeed'a ■j subdivision of the Hoover tract; thence west eily along Uo nor.he. y line of lot 1 and lots 3 to 10 of sai l Loughefd's nubUvlslon o the west city boundary; thence south to the nortri j west coiner of lot 81 of the Hoover tract; i thence easterly along the northerly linesof lots ' 81, 32 and 88 of the Hoover tract ,o the north- S east corner of said lot 33; theuce easterly * along tbe southerly lines of lot* 14, 13,12.11, I 10 and Bof the Pierce tract to the southeast corner t f yald lot 9; them*e norther;y to tha * south west corner of lot 07. Park Viitatract; theuce easterly along somberly lines of lot* " 07, 74. 79 and 80 of tne Park Vll * tract to the southeast corner of said lot 80; theuce tothe southwestcorner of io>. so, Park villa tract; thence easterly along sou herlv lines of lo' 89, J Pars Villa tract and of orf 17,18,19, 20. 21,22, 23. 24 and 1 of Boyd's subdivision to the west . liueof Figueroa atieet; th-nce north along the west Hue of Klgueroa stree tothe point oi be ginning, including the property of any rail road company lying within said limits, but ex cluding therefrom any property iheroin con tained ■ hlch la now part and parcel of a pub lic street or alley, aud excepting also tho land in section 1 of thia o llnau< c deacrioed as the laud to be taken for said work. Reference is hereby made to the said or dinance ol intention for further particulars. D. A. WAT-ON, Street Superintendent. By A, I. St a wart. Deputy. 2-22-6t Notice of Street Work. NOTTCE T8 HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON Moudav, the 30tb day of January A.D. 1893, the council..f the city of Loa Augeles did. at its meeting on said day, adopt an ordinance i»f Inieiition, uumner lf>39 (New aeries), to have the following work dove, to wit: That Providence btreet in said city, from * the south line of Seventh street to the noithllneof mth Btreet, including all inttr- Rcctlons of btrevts (excepting suchponlons of ■ said st eet and iutersec.ions as are required by law to be aept iv order or repair by any pera >n or company hay ng railro-d tacks thereon, and excepting ►v. Hp rtl»u» as havo al ready been giado i mid grave led and accepted) bo gi a-ied and gravcil d in accordance wl h he 1-laijs and profile on file in the office of the city engineer and >pc( 1 float ions on file in the oi>< c ol tho city clerk of the city of Los Angeles for making gravelled str ets.sald specifications be i v numbered ■!•) five. That a cement curb be const ucted along caen line of tho ioadway of said Providence street from the south line of Sevomh street to the north line of Niuth street (excepting along suen portions of the line of aid roadw-ty upou which a cement curb haa already been con ktructed and accepted) in accordance with specifications iv the office of the city clerk of aaid city or constructing cement cur a, said ap eel flea lions belug numbered (12; twelve. 'but a cement sidewalk blx ((It feet In width constructed aloug each side of said Providence street from the south Lite of f-ev en th street to the north Una of Ninih street (excepting such portions of sa d atreet between said poiuta along which a cement sioewalk haa Veil constructed and accepted), said sidewalk to be oonatructea in accordance witn apfClfica tlons on file in thn office of the city clerk, said specifications being numbered (iv*) twelve. The city engineer having eatlmated th.it the total cost of *ald imp ovement will be ge ter than two dollars per front foot along each Hue of said st. eet. including the cost of 1 iutersectioni.lt ia hereby determined, in pur suanc* of an act of the legislature of the aiate of California, app oved March 17,1891, thnt bonds i hall be issued to repreaent the cost o aaid improvement. S'td bonds Bhall be aecia , * xtendlug over a period of 'tn yea;a, an * yen pro ortlon of which shall be payable annua 1 on the Ist dsy of Janua y of each year, after their date utitil tho whole are paid, and to bear Interest at the rate of S p«r cent per annum, payable s ml annually on (he Orst dsys of Jan nary and July of each and every year. Reference is hereby made to the aaid ordi nance of intention for further particulars D. A WAT ON, By A. I. Btßwabt, Street Superintendent. Dennty. 2-32 8t 7 Notice of Street Work. NOTICE IS HfRKBV GIVEN THAT OH Monday, the 30th day of January A. D. 1«93, the council of tho city of Loa Angeles did, at Ita meeting on *aid day adopt an oral* nance of int ntlon. number 1638 (new series), to have the following work done, to wit: That lowa street, in aaid city, from the north erly liuc of WasUngton street to tho tomheny liueof Sixteenth Btreet, Including al. 1 v terse e tlonaof itreeta (executing such portion* of laid ■treet aud intersections ai are required by law tobekep in order or repair by any person or compauy having railroad tracks theieoa, and also excepting such portions as nave already been graded and graveled *nd accepted), bo graded and graveled, in accordance with tha plans aud profile on fl.e in the oflice of the city engineer, and specifications on file in the office of the city clerk of the city of Los Angelas for making gravel streets, said specifications being numbered (5> five. That a cement curb be constructed along each line of the roadway of said lowa street from the northerly Use of Washington street lo the southerly line of Pixttenth atreet (ex cepting alon< such portions f tbe line of aaid roadway upon which a cement curb has already been constructed and accepted , in acco,dance with specifications in the offl c of the city clerk of said city for constiucting cement curbs, said specifications being numbered (12) twelve, That a cement sidewalk four feet in width be constructed ■ long each side of said lowa street from the northerly line of Washington street to the southerly line of 811 teenth street (excepting such portious of said street between said points along which a cement sidewalk haa been con structed and accepted), said sidewalk to bo crnstrnctedin accordance with specifications* on file in the office of the city clerk, said speci fications being numbered (12) twelve. That a public aewer be constructed along said lowa street, fiom a point opposite the center line of lot 13, Weisaudanger city tract, to a point 15 feet north of the center Una of Washington street, and across all intersec tions of streets, (excepting along sue* portions upon which a public sewer has been construct ed aud accented), together with manholes. lsmpholoß and flnshtanks. The »lzs of said sower shall be (8) eight Inches in internal diam eter, and by constructed of salt glazed vitrified ripe, brick, iron and cement. All of which shall be constructed iv accordance with the plans and profile on file in the office of the city engineer and specifications on file in the office of the city clerk, said specifications being numbered (14) fourteen. The cost o constructing aaid be assessed against all lots and lands fronting upon the same. Ihe city eutrineer having estimated that tha total cost of said Improvement will be greater than two dollars per front foo along each line of said street. Including the cost of intersec tions, it Is hereby determined in pursuance ol an act of the legislature of tho state of Califor nia, apnroved March I7lh, 1801, that bonds Bhall he lamed to represent the cost of said Improvement. Ba*d bonds shall be serial, ex* tending over a reriod of ten years, an even proportion of which shall be payable annually on the first day of January of each year, after their nate, until the whole are paid, aad to bear interest at the rat iof seven per cent per aunum, payable semi-annually on the first days of January and July of each and every y; ar. Reference is hereby made to the said ordi» nance of intention for further particulars. D. A. WATtiON, Street Superintendent. By A. I. Stewart, Deputy. 2 22 6t Ordinance No. 1548. (NEW SERIES.) AN ORDINANCE DECLARING TIIE INTIN tiou of the mayor and council ot the city of Loa Angelea o change and establish the grad lof the north Ride of Pennsylvania ave nue, from I>opcz a reel to Baily etreet, and fix ing the limits o' district ro be assessed to pay the cost, damages and expenses thereof. The mayor and council of the city of Loa An geles do ordain an follows: Ssction I. That it is the intention of the council of the city of Los Augeles to change aud etrUblirh the- grade of the north side of Pennsylvania avenue, from Lopez atreet to Baily street, as follows: At the iutersectlon of Lopsz st-eet the grade shFll bj, a« now established, 59.50 on the no it heist corner; a; the intersection of Bally street, 63 00 on the northwest and north ens t corner: at the intersection of State street, as now, 55.00 on the northwest corner; and at all points between said designated points the gtade shall be established so as to conform to a s:raghtliue drawn between said designated paints. Elevations are in feet and above city datum plane. bbc. 2 Th© boundaries of the district to be affected by said change, and to be assessed to pay tbe damages that may be awarded by rea son of such change of grade, are hereby desig nated and established as follows: Beginning ai th** northeast corner of Penn sylvania avenue and Lopez street, thence east ei ly along the northerly Une of Pennsylvania avenue to the northwest corner of Pennsylva nia avenue and State street, thence northerly slong the westerly lino of State street 148 feet to a point, thence west-rly in a direct line to a point ou the easterly line of Lopez stroet, dis tant northerly 124 feet from the northeast cor ner of Pennsylvania avenue and 1 opez street, tbeoce southerly along the easterly line of Lo oez street 124 feel to the poiut of beginning, excepting therefrom any public street or alley that may lie witaiu the above described dis trict. Sec. 3. The city clerk shall certify to the passage of this ordinance and cause the same to be published fur ten days in the Los Angeles Herald, and thereupon and thereafter it *hail tak-% effect and be iv force. I hereby certify that the foregoing ordinance was adopted by tho council of the city of Los Angeles at its meeting <-f February 7, 1893. C. A. LUCK KIN BACH, City Clerk. Approved this 10th day of February, 1893. 2-10 lUt TE. ROWA Mayor. Ordinance No. 1556. (NRW SSRIES.) AN ORDINANCE DECLARING THE IN tentlon of the mayor and council of tbe city of Los Augeles to change and establish the grade of Michigan aveuue from Lopez street to a point 100 feet east of the east line of State street, and fixing he limits of me district to be assessed to p*y the cost, damages and ex penses thereof. The mayor Hud council of tho city of Log Angeles do ordain as follows: m noN 1. That it is the intention of the council of tha city of Los Angeles to change and establish the grade of Michigan avenue irom Lopez street to a point 100 feet east of the east, line of Sta.e street as follows: At the intersection of Lopez street the grade shall be as now established. 70 00 on the northeast and southeast corner; ai a point 200 feet west of the west line of Bally street 80.00 on the north side a d 79.00 on tbe south side; at the intersection of Bally street 81 50 on the northwest and northeast corner and 80.00 on th southwest and southeast corner: at a point 220 feet east of the east line of Baily street sr..i,o on tho north side and 84.00 on the south side At the iuterse. tion of Btate street 80.00 on the nonhweit corner: 79.00 on the north east aud south "rest cornei.and 78.00 on the sonthea»t comer; at a point 100 feet eaai of the east line of State street 70.00 on both sides. And at all points be. ween said designated points the grade shall be established so as to conform to a straight line drawn between said detonated points Elevations are in feet and above city datum plane. Bkc 2. The boundaries of the district to ba ii dec ed by said change of grade and to be as sessed to pay the damages that may be awarded by reason of salo change of grade are hereby designated and established as follows: Begln iug at the northeast corner of Michigan ave uue and Lopes street, thence northerly along the.easterly line of i ope:: atroet 148 feet to a point, thence eaaterly on a line parallel with a d 14H f et northerly of the northerly line of M ichigan * venue to a point 100 fee easterly of the easterly lino of State street, thence south rly ou a me parallel with State street to a point 148 feet southerly of tho 'outherly line of Michigan avenue thonce westerly on a line arallei with and 148 bet southerly of the Moutherly Hue of Michigan avenue to a point ou he easterly line of Lopez atreet, thence Lnrtherly along said easier, y line to the point i.f beginning excepting therefrom any public street or alley that may He wl.nin the above ! district sec. 3. Tho city clerk shall certify to the f assage of tbi- o.dluauue and shall cause the tarn-'to be published for ten days In the Loa Augeles Hkrald, and thereupon and thereafter it shall take effect and be in force. I hereby cer'lfy that the foregoing ordinance was adopted by he co tncil of the city of Loa Angeles at Its meeting of February 13, 1893. •C A LUOKENB \CH, City Clerk. Approved this 15th day of February, 1893. 2-10-10t T K. ROWAN, Mayor. Notice of Street Work. NOTICE IS HKREBV UIVi.N THAT ON Monday, the 30Lh day of January, A. D. 1898, the council of tho city of Los Angeles did, at its meetl'ig ou said day, ado >t an ordi nance of Intention, numbir 1542 now series), to nave tbo following work done, to wit: Thatit is the int> ntion of the council of the c'ty nt os Angjiris to establish the grade of Bob'ou street from Petri street to Montreal street as follows: At the intersection of Pearl atreet the grade shall be as now established, 70 QJ on tbe north east and southeast corner, at a point 138 feet eat from the non heaas corner of Pearl street r*s 00 on tbe north side and a point at a right angle opposite said point 84.00 on the south side at the Intersection of Mnnir«al street 80.00 on the northwest oornerand 85 50 on the touthweat corner. And at all points b'tween said designated po.ms the giadtt shall bu ettahilabed so as to couform to a straight line drawn between aaid deoi naied points. / I Elevations aro in feet and above city datum i lane Reference is hereby mads to the said ordi nance of lutoutlon foi further particular!. D. A. Street ~uperim#ud*nt. By A. I. 4TEWAHr. T>p~Htv. 3-32 It