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K^EAI.T Y^^MIMEBKRKERSVAND INVEBT
or»' Journal Reports of everything relat
lng lo land from llfty towns In Southern Cali
fornia. No boom articles, but n conservative,
honest record of progress. I/m Angeles office,
13(l South Broadway. Xi nd f>2 for a year's
•übscrliitlon and begin with volume out in
July. This Is the only publication of Its char
acter. Persons Interested In land cannot n(T"nl
to be without It. Address correspondence to
Edgar F. Howe, Redlands. Cal. B I -in
T fIJNTER'B TEXAS TAm77.ES~CA N BE "II
1 I talntd at the following places: Spring
and Second, First snd spring, (unction Temple
and Spring, front of Uermanla salo'in, Main st.
Our sign Indicates onr address, (118 Bellevue
avenue. Don't bo Imposed upon by I <nltafors.
Buy flic genuine article at the above locations.
We are the originators of the genuine Tsgai
tnmalcH In Ixn Angeles. 19 14-ofa
NOTICE— THE I."-- ANOILEB I ITV WATER
company Hill strictly enforcethe follow lug
rule; The hours for sprtukllng are between »>
and 8 o'clock a. in. nnd 0 nnd b "'clock p. in.
For a violation of the above regi Ittlon the
water will he shut off and a tine ot :• I w ill be
c harged before the water will be u.ir d on
again. 8-17 tf
C* IOI.r'MBIA BXifl/TcK TYPEWRITKM
J Print In sight with greatest ipt ed nnd ac
curacy. Price end payments easy. Othernta
chlnes for rent or for sale cheap, LONi. LEY A
WAGNER, St ring and First sta, 6-28 ltn
TT/NCLE SAM WINE CELLARS. E. FLEER.
U Wholesale and retail. Sonoma and N'apu
dry and sweet wines. Brandies, whiskies.
.404-4181 N. laii Angeles st, 1(1
j-sIVEN AWAY--2 LBB. OF ORANI'LATKD
I 1 sugar with every lb of tea at \V \I i RB'
GROCERY, 128 Fast Filth st. All standard
brands nt usual prices. 5-23 Im
IMFTY DOLLARS 'I" NOTHING TIMT
I Drake's tanmles are the cleanest aii'l best,
matcrin) nnd workmntiHliip considered.
A F. SLol-EK, HOUSE MOVKR» OFFICE,
a 112 Center place. l l.iii
-t» •\M Mi \ii|R|. I'D I KING C 555
II geneinl housework. Call al tij."i S. Hill
' atrect In tho morning. H-r> 3t
ANTED-ALL NEEDING HELP FREE,
tt euit'loymeiit or any inlorinatloii. address
X. NITTIN'i KR'S HI'REAF, eslnbllshed ISKO.
Office, nil)', South spring struct, residence 461
Booth Hope street, corner Filth, l.os Ancle-,
Cal. Telephone 113. R 111 tf
HETTY, HUMMEL 5 Co., I MPLOYMENT
J agents, [83 -188 W. First st. Telephone mid.
rmler the Loa Angeles Nntionnl Hank, Help
of nil kinds oiirefnlly solecii d nnd furnished.
Flotations of nil kinds furnished.
1?0R RENT—HOTEL AND DININtVROOM,
all furnished. Apply at W. White's Saloon,
corner Third and Mali st-., Simla Monica.
1 (I ll»t
TO.I.ET ■' HOMsE, FIVE ROOMS. BATH,
„«, v^..lrv . UMteiM HBl VorlU Wilt rrt.
h-i i..yj A *i*l}X'* , &W**'''
n-iNTFi). iiirvrs f»rn 1 ennn coy..'-'
TT 'SnleVlon nn<l frsiKst divided miio'ig them
next wSouir. Special nitrauiious lo be pushed i
this war. for which wo want the services oi
l'tsl agents everywhere. THE CMtTIs I'CIV ]
1 IsniNd co., Room 30, Chronicle liulldlng, 1
Ban KTaiteisno. w li-:i-11_
Bl>- fills, I 1.,, \.VI..,H!S.
II elegantly furnished icHtdence, one >.1.-k
from Times office; front suite- 1 , some
rooms siid|lionnl, if i:> per mouth. 1-1 North 1
Hill st. 8-8-21
Vl'll.l. OTVi A Coil REMINGTON, YOST,
tt cnligruph or Bar-Lock typewrttef fora
aafetv bicycle; even trade. HAYWARP, 206
W. Second si. (1.7 'j|
a -— 1 ■ — 1 _ 1 —' — > 1
piasum "V-o'n- icK kbesuTiToastkimin
1 our ginni coffee roaster, Java and Mocha,
86 elb, Mountain coffee, 25ej (lerxaea, 90C;
rolied rye, 10c; 4 lbs rice, 260; :t pkts starch,
B80; s ins corn meal, Ifle; 20 li« brown sugar,
S>i; II Itw granulated sugar, nfi; ft lbs dried
peaches. f|se; Blbs ratalna, llftcj 10 lbs navy
lienns, 'jric; can tomatoes, Idi ; :i cam corn i
beef, 2Be; pan baked beans, 10c; extract be t, '
fiOc; Hire's root beer, 15c; 1 bars Dlnmore's
soup, BSc; can coal oil, Mr; :t |i» leal lard,
3c; picnic hums, 14VijC lb. ECONOMD ■
BTORBB, :: :.s. Spring,
— ItATiUH lTltiT-i. Gt iLI) ItAU
I Sour, +1.16; oily Hunt, so,: grftiinlated
tugar, lMi.s ifi. brown sugar lWlw, raisins.
Bids 1 iwi vardinea. 5 boxes. Bse; table trnll, \\
cans, ace Midland coffee. «.-„• eastern oil,
■De; Maoltne, MOe: 21b eun rorned beet, 1 < ;
•lard, lOlbs.atl.lfi; Bibs, 64c. (ltd Boutti fiprttm
ltreei, eornei Sixth. 12 j 11
VI ESMER'si FI-: M.i i,K I'fi ,l.s ABAS PECIFII'
Monthly medicine for Inn icdiate il
Painful and irregulr.r men-, , (rent wlinlever
eanne, Korsaie by FREEMAN .(• i arper, 10J
N. Spviiif alrivt, 5-|)-l\
H~ W. POINDEXTER, lU'IIKErT.RJo vvkSt
h> Second si ret ;. Contidetulal agent fur lo
vestors. It you wish to lend or borrow or tn-
Vest In gi'ml swurules please call at my offii
pIKRSON .1■ vT \v.' Tv ' s •»:. LAWI Kit,
A l-l'.i South Broadway, room 'j Prohate
and insolveni v law n« ( laity. Advice (Tee .
MIWK A 1,.
eipHE * im.mm !■:::' ,i\ : ■ ■,: r?RCHI :im
L First-class music furnished tor balls, par
ties, concerts, receptions and picnics. Violin
mandolin, etc., taught. Office ut EtUgerahl's
niuaic atore, comer North Spring antj Frai klin
Street.. 11l- I t iv
» OS ANGS.II> rONRRRVATI li V Of Ml . H
1' nn.l An; open nil (he year. Mlts. EMILY !
I. VALENTINE, president, V M. 1. A. I tlld
log, Broadway and Second xtrcci 8-14 ly
TTan.ih, by miss tt. c. \> rm RY, n i.Ni>"«
-»> strtnsetl taught. Si idn. ,'>| ; take el. vnto
by People's store, Piiililps' tilo.-1,. 1 1-1 jly
I'Vi'sit isc nsisnxim.
Y| El KOfOl ITAN •! \V. l-\ I H,.'.!. i .1!
2(1 Friinkl'.u stree.; line dyeinl and 1 lea ai .
rARISIVN i»Yi! works;, *Tf» BOCTB >', \in
street; Ik'si dyeint; -n Ihe city, 1-l.s ;(
eroctta ,n 1, K ., N [( ,
l-HRST-Ct.VSS BONUS, l-AVINi* « TO C .
X petcenl.net. Hani, stocks tuttiKi- li lo
per cent. b»a< m« I real aatateuulekand
eh.-up, JnOt I'IKTI i: KRAI ESTATE \N L>
I l"> 1' c.-i.. Vi L -, ool_st. J2_;i 1
kok i:kni m 1 -. 1 t.v,t\r(n,.
TO LET ■ V Ckt of -: I'm: k"'n'i >. 21S SOTTH
B'""-.'*-..!-. o, o:-eup»n.t. :Vt7tf
AeHVHI t KCT*.
I»Ul!i.E*t j. REEVF." \ KCIttTK'T. !s [ \ |'.
It Ushed for the las! in t-mara l« U» Angvle-
Re»«u 7 and 8 (weouj Uou,f), Hjftiinti bto .
Spring si., between -c ond and Third. 1-2;, iv
a" R. BROWN, Atti lIITEIT,' 132 BOOTH
V « UVOJ'U. ILV V- 1 1
17IKANK 0. YOTJNG, ' "M l;
auu block. s iv 1 y
C~ I0NBA1) fK-MEREItr ' i: \ \ ITK, BIT CM IN
) oils and asphalt [iscitig. 2-7 W firs! s!.
FATRVNTS, COPYttlti HTS, KTO.
A To'IVNBEND. KOI liTf), noWlOTfl
block. T*L 847, Loa Angeles. 11-22 ti
FOR BAI.K-CITY PROPKRTY.
fJIOR "ALE f'l-IRAIti.E CBUF LOT?
I nlcdv located, not fnr from Wt"lilhgton
street. Addre" BARGAIN, Imiz 30, Herald of.
flee. No reHl estate dealers need apply.
FOR" BALE—A "fIN W,
Adams; the choicest piece of the choicest
retldence property In tbe city; t big bargain.
G. c. EDWARDH, 2:10 West First st
0-4 Ji sun tues tnhurt
?M'l""'on Victoria street; monthly pay
ments # 5. ALLISON BARLOW, 227 West
Second street. 4 12 tf
. . , —.
FOH -> ' r i "t %, , ( y rttOPBRTY.
SNA!' 40 A< Itl>' IN GAHDENA WII.LSELL
at 800 per acre as a whole, or In ID-acre
lots; ''hole* land as any in the county, im
proved all around 11. Kemember, It must be
sold in a few days lo close up an estate; reason
able off, r win be considered. Apply lo JOHN
I- pavkovuh, enenter, 208 west First
street. li t If
ISOR i tI.E I'M U iSE A N ESTATE -<>I 0 ACRES
I in Ballona ranch, about 8 miles from city;
nearly all first-class level land, with abundant
water right. Price #100 per acre. Apply to
11. MAf llaiui, lolinlnlstralor, at oftlce of l«cl
Scott, 21 Temple block. »s-7t
FOR .Al r hhi 1:1 i im i" •
| 'u|| SALE CHEAP Tills WEEK, JERBEI
J cows, at 1424 Mltohell place, lirooklvn
Heights, opposite Prosni i I park; will sell or
irsde tor fat cows. E. W. OIDDINOS. (MMt
LVJR RaJSTFOR CASH—FINE U/PRIOHT
I piano, In good order, at Bapllsi college. Call
oi . I'l.ess It. lIJIMI V I EK'.I SON. B-8-7t
V| UBT BE sold Al o.Ni F. fo" PAY \"note.
Ivl two (mc spring wagons. Apply at MM
l'p|ier Main street. B-31 tf
1708 sale - a fine~btylisii ' raddle
r horse. 814 Macy A 11-8-51
I/OR BALE -OLD PAPERS IX QUANTITIES
1 to soil, al tins office,
17 rooms on Broadway tt., ttML
4f» room", dear* <piIK) i.er month, i»2noo.
4<l rooms, income V'ilX) per month, *18 0.
BS rooms, most el, (rant, $3500.
0 room , Broadway st.,
7 rooms, newly furnished, 1*550.
50 other house!, some rare bargains. CITY
EXCHANGE, llli'., 1 f ret st., bet Keen Spring
nnd Main sts. 0-8 ti
J/OR SAI.K Bt'smEßa OUpTTrTUNIT Y.
Good corner restaurant, complete, f250.
Candy store, centrally located, iBOO
comer saloon, very cheap, tf3 10.
< urat store hi n bargain. <Gi;oo.
Very large bakery wllh II wagons, $2500.
A number of business chanota, from £200
up. Apple CITY EXCHANGE, 119H First st.
between Main mid spring sts. 0-8 tf
I son BALE HOTEL AND IiTNirJO ROOM-
Furnlshed, Apply at saloon of W. Will lE,
corner Utah nnd Third streets, Rrtnta Monica.
( \ EG. HAYFOItI), ATTORNEY AND COI'N
\I seloratlnw, rooms 12 and 19. Lanfranco
building, 218 Noith Main street, l.os Angeles
Telephone 1107. Practices in all stale ami
I tilted Slates courts. 3-1B tf
A abODEICH, LAWYER, 124 bEAttIbRN
• street, i Tilesgo, 111.; 28 years' experience,
secrecy: special facilities In several nates.
Goodrich on Divorce, with laws of all states, In
A. W. IH'TTON. OI.IN WEl.l.tlonN.
WELLBORN .4 BUTTON, ATTORNEYS AT
tt law, roiinui s« HB>, and s;) Temple block,
Junction Spring (mil Main, l.os Angeles, Cal. tf
|A V E. HUNTER," ""ATTORNEY AT LAW,
•J lirfton-Bonebrake block. Telephone 52".
Praciii iv nil the courts, state and federal.
\I T !I.L P. GOULD, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
li rooms SB B Tempi,,, block. Telephonet:
ofllce, 11)12; residence, 1043. (J-l 1 m
BEN GOODRICH, LAWYER, NO. g~LAW
building, iin Temple street, near court
house. Telephone tt/8. 7-0 tf
R.I. "ADCOCK, "aTTOR N E V:" SULCI AL~AT
• lenilon given to the settlement of estates.
lUS West First street. 4-8 tf
DX. TlilSK, ATTORNEY AT I,a"w,~F't'ly
• lon block, 207 New High street, Los An
geles. 1-10 tf
W POLLarD, ATTORNEY ~AT LAW,
It loom :t, Allen block, Temple nnd Spring
' tro( ' tl '' 2-21-if
0/ ISIl SI I' IV ■ \ VED HY I\ X IN.
' (d,*M 'Snnt.'i Fe excursions to Kniisft,s
' — Nl. Louis, l",i 1, njio, N'e,\ York
' and Uoßtou. I.enve Lo--Angeles every Wednes
-1 day, personally conducted through to Chicago
and Boston ; fsmlly tourist sleepers lo Kansas
i lly and Chicago dully. Low rates and quick
ies! lime. Office, 128 .V. Spring st- ly
i: HILIIPB EAST-BOUND KXCORBIOHB —
' i'ersonally condneted; via Denver and
Rio Grande and Rock Islnnd routes; leaves
l.oi Angeles every Tuesday ami Friday; cross
ing the Sierra Ncs ndn-and passing ihe entire
M'e;iei-v on the Kit Grande by dayliglit. ofneo
HIM South Springetreel. 1-tf
SPECIAL TEACHERS' EXCURSIONS WILL
leave l.os Angeles June 30 end July 4 for
! Chicago under nersounl mnnAgement of A.
I'hilllps A Co., via Denver and Hln Grande and
Rock island Hallways; beautiful scenery;
quick time, ofllce 138 s. Spring it.. Los An
f3 RKAT 'CENTRAL ROUTE "EXCURSIONS.
T T Expertenoed conductors through from l.os
i AngOles to Boston; only six days to New York
or Boaton; tourist ears. F, K. SHEA Et BR, nian
ager. t'l'.iee, 22i)8outli spring st., Los Angeles,
' J C. JTTDBON A CO.'S EXCURSIONS EAST
f I . every Wednesday vie salt Lake ciiy mid
; Denver. Tourist cars lo Chicago nud Boston.
Mi'iin;.-,T in charge, office, 2.2 8. Spring St.
•Sjv DIFFENBACHER, 11)>}» R
• * "spring street, rooms 1 nnil 5
. , .•>!, Teeth extractedand tiled vntnonl
J"\R. L. \V, WELLS, COR. OK BPRINO AM.
I ' First streets Wilson Mock: take elevator,
•••••• ' .'own mid bridge work a epoi inltv: ;e«lh
\iincted without pain. Room 1. ' iu4-lf
4 DAMS BROS., IiKNIISTs.aW'iS. MltlNil,
. V Second mill Third, Pafnloae fining
md extracting. 40r arrdfl. Crowns, set
loath, EaßtbUaotd in U A. olty 'a
roar*. _ c-i»-ti
8. T< H .11 r ItsT. DKNTIBT, 108'.~N.
I " B|>rthg at., teems 9,3 and 7. Pain leu ex
I iRANK STKVItNSi, :ivt', MUTII SCRIM! BT.
5 i'jvii mi n,ln;, nmi evening by electric light.
pvß. PARKBJt, I>KXTH»T, 145 N.SPItIXIi ST.
1./ Telephone, I 111. MHif
at OH Bit Til loan.
j»ai nvuT uiax wiMpan" \~q »ivrpol?
I ated) lean* money In any amount* on nil
kinds o(collateral loeurlty, diamonda, jewelry,
sealskins, iiiorchnridlse, etc. Also on PIANOn,
iron nod >i, el safes, nnd professional libraries,,
without retiiovul; Miitl<»n fmnilure In lodgs
lag. boardina bouse, sol hot, :*, without rc
noval. I'nrii.il aarateiitt received. Money
quick, bo-mess confidential. Private otllcei
l< ladle*. W.K. Mlt.lnioT, Manager. Ko.nn
■*. '•■ and 4, 111 x spring st.
VfONKY LOANED on MORTGAGES, n f . KR
eetl I 00 il rst-'dft.w proper.v fot
amounts oi yio.OOO mm over, on loans Battel
BiO.Otkt) no i itimissten v ill be * No ex
i'. lor examination of eitv property and nc
MAi « -1 H Bait BAVINOS BANK TUUSI
i i.'.. I M B, Main st. a-1 tint
I. Yiir w vxf'MtiSKY WTTHOITT DELAY
I no coo uiasioa, rvrevaUiti* rates ot interest.
y.'.".' : ..'::. si: ' v i'-B' Kank, I4MS. Maie. 4-1 ly |
r< iNOERS (si TfV-iR-i X!* MI IY KP WlTh'
' out the use of tilt ktvtfe, tall at olbeeanii
c* patients taeter treatment. 124 sih'TH
MAIN ST. I>R. lIARIUSIIN. 5-' ii lyr
Any CoruuaaptiYe who wishes to try Dr.
\ Muck's cure for consumption, tree «| eoet, en I
oi:, LR. sLVJkJJUBO.V, 124 S. Main si. tf-7 -Ji
111:* l>S. .1. H. SAJfTH. BMCIALXY K ip.
.11 v if. rv. f.ri lies i--e I tor during coeri.''
aawtiAat 727 B»U»>vue avenue, i nils proiaeth
altomlcsl to. Teimphoua HH. iSjsSll
| 'i »(Sa 11. REACH, M." I).7'oVph-K A\l
V" reshtence, list North Spring street, oifii,
hour., Sto 12, Ito 5, «to 8 pan. Telephotii
*>**■ U-A il
I V'- o kMPTOei, KYI K IIAJt, TUROA.T. CA
I / tnrrb cured. Room 10, Hellninn block
Third im,l Main. 5-14 l
11 1 ■ ~
\fl-- C. OTAfTKK, I'flfßOfWfisT^ANf
inn-, use, 211 V, Kirsr st., opp. NncJenu
LOS ANOELES TTERALD* THURSDAY MORNIXG, JUINE 8,
7 7 MONEY TO LOAN.
Agents for the
GERMAN SAVINGH AND LOAN
SOCIETY OF S. f.
Building loans a specialty.
Real estate »old.
E»tat. ' managed.
Agent Hun Fire of l,ondon,
oldest company in the world.
R. O. I.I'NT,
9-25 Bm 2*27 W. Second st.
$I,(NH),WM) T ""' Ay
7 at B per cent.
I)B VAN A RCI LEDGE,
Mo. a Conrt it
IT" OR SALE- B.MO SHAKES OF TUB CAPITAL
J; itock of the I AX SPRINGS AS
PHALT COMPANY, at 19 cents
J. L> BALLARD.
207 South Broadway.
—— 6-23 tf
MONEY TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS', JEWEC
ry, watches, pianos, sealskins, live stock.
| carriages, bicycles and all kinds of persons!
I arid collateral security. LEE BROS,, 4w2 S.
■ DtTOATIOBT AL
rpHK WoODHI RY BCSINKSS I 01.1.K0E HAS
1 removed to the upper (lour of the istowell
block, 'J2II South Spring street. It Ims now the
largest and finest business college rooms in the
state, and the largest attendance nf sny com
mercial school south of San Francisco. Fine
passenger elevator running direct to the
school rooms, rendering stalr-cllmblng unnec
essary. The public Is cordially invited to call
and Inspect the college In its new location.
Both day and evening schools in session the
entire summer. CntaWnc nnd College Jour
nal free. (i. S. Hi,ugh, president: N. (I. Felkcr,
Vice-President; >. <:. Wilson, Secy. 8-4 ly
LOS ANGELES BI'SINESS COLLEGE
AND feNOUBH I KAI.NINO SCHOOL.
(Incorporated; 114 smith Main street.
Largest Snd best equipped business training
school on the coast. Thorough and practlcnl
courses in the eotnmercfai, shorthand, type
writing, telegraphy, assaying and all English
branches. Large, aide and mature faculty of
Instructors. Day and evening sessions. Terms
reasonable. Call at college office, or write for
I lcgnnt catalogue. E. F. sHßADEß,president;
F. W. KELSEY, vice-president; L.N. iNSKEEP,
secretary. 8-18-'9l tf
T,iROHF.L INSfmTErcASADE ROSAS, LOS
I Angeles, Cal., Adams street, corner Hoover.
Mrs. Carolyn M. N Alden of Providence, R. 1.,
is now ready to organize her 17th year of nnr
tiinl kindergarten and post graduate courses
Prospectus sent upon application to Mrs. c. M.
N. Alden, 44 Angell street. Providence, R. L,
after July 20th to Los Angeles. 5-115 tf
I A SCHOOL OF"ART AND DESIGN (IX-
J% cnrporated). New studies. F.ntrance in
Chamber of Commerce. L. GARPEM-.MAC-
I.EOD, principal. Pasadena. Tuesdays and Fri
days. » 5-2.5 tf
AST Bf RY, SHORThTn D, TYPEAV RITING
and Rnslness Institute. Take elevator bjr
People s Store, Phillips block: send for cata
108 ANGELEfrT (INCOR
j pprated) for klndenrartners. Address MRS.
NORA D. MAYHEW, U7(l \V. Twenty-third st.
QHORTH AND AND TYP YAV RI TTN o" PRAc"-
O tlcallv taught, latest Pitman system, Ht the
LONGLEV INSTITC'II' Spring find First sts.
"\~~ \VIiJiTrTITz7mIJBICAL STI'DIO, ROOM
- V . 4, I'ol.unnc liloek. B-M ly
M" RB. PAR"kEfT,"
tatlons on business, love, marriage, dis
ease, mineral locations, life reading, etc.; take
University electric car to Forrester avenue
and Hoover street, go west on Forrester ave
nue three blocks lo Vine street, second house
on Vine wetl of Vermont nvenue.
ABSTRACT AND tWIE~INSURANCE"cOM
pany of Los Angeles, northwest corner of
I Franklin and New Highstrects, ml 7 tf
U»A1........ 1 ~ 17 | X
\ N ORDINANCE DB.ILA MSG THE INTBN
. * tiun of the Mayor aud ijonncii of me city
of i os Angeles to establish ihe grade of Moore
street from (■ inth street to Rev-nth street,
The Mayor and • ounell ol the City of Los An
geles do o-daln at follows:
Ruction I. That It. Is the i tentlon of the
Council of the ' ity ol uof Ang lea to cstahTib
the grade of Moors street frtim Ninth stieetto
Eleven'h stieet as follows: At the Intersection
of Ninth street the g.-- d-'ahnii be 12 10 feet
below the city datum pi tne on the northeast
corner and 13 < 0 (eet below tbe dstuin plane
on the nor hwes coruer; at tbe intersection of
Eighth ureal, 4.00 feel below the da:utn . f sit
on 'be southeast and southwest corners and
3.50 f et below the dttum plane on the norih
| east and northwest corners: at apo nt 130 feet
north of the nor'hea>t corner ot Eighth I reet
the grade shall be on the da urn pi sue on both
sides of si' et; nt the interjection of
Beventh etreet 33.40 leet abov.* tne datum plane
ou Ins southeast corner and 35 80 fee above
the datum plane on the southwest coruer and
at all points between said designated points
the grad" shall be established >o cs to conform
to a straight line drawn between said desig
: nated points.
Bsc. 2. The city clerk ahall certify to the
psssaceol thlsordinance, and shall cause the
n*tue to be publ sh- d for leu days In the !.os
Ange'tt DtiW llrsslo, and theieupou and
thereafter It shall iskeetfect and be ia fotee.
Ihei by certify that ihu abovj ordliiiincii was
adopt,d i-y tho council of tho city of los Au
geles at its meeting of the 20-h day of May,
< ity Cle>k.
Approved by ma this let day of June, 1803.
T. F. ROWAN,
■ Notice of Application fur City Deed.
NOTICE IS HKKKHY GIVEN THAT APPI.I
nation will ho mad* to tho council of tho
eitf of i ol Anec'o , ot tho leastou ol said court
ill to he held Monday, June 12. I ""3, fora quit
da tin deed from the raid city to Wot. Hoouey
1 aad Wm. F. Rooney lor all that certain lot of
1 land, aitnaicd in the city of 1/c* AnteVa conniy
oi los Angela', state of California, bounded
an 1 particularly dveoribed as followa, to wit:
Lot 13, Ittaak 8 ot the fanchee tract, oily of
l.os Angsts*, California, aa per man reeo ded in
book 3, cage* 158-9 mlacel'aueoua reco-Js ot
I oa Ame o. conn i v
Keference la made to abstract of title, map
and p-tltion now on file in my office, aud ail
partial Intsreated are her.'hy noMfled to file
ih*ir ohjHcti"u«. If any tney have, at all office,
et least oue dae fcv f.i. c s sid '2th day of June,
1893 C. A. MJORRNHaOH,
Clerk oi the Conticil ol th? City of l,oe Angeles.
June 5, IHOB. 0-6-ot
Notice to Creditors.
VMTATIt OF BRIDOHT WILSON, DE
l.i tea led.
Nattcell hereby given by the underslgued,
excoutafioi the'i at w il of Brldgu Wilson,
; decfued lo the <»ieditors of, and all pr
aotts having ciaims attains! the said de
. ceased, to ex tub tvaeitmu wuh tho n'-ceisa-y
voii.be », within ten mouths after the first
■ indication of this natter, to the said exeeu
i iota ol tho l»s: will ol Brldg it Wilson, al No.
UA* South Main nro«t, Lo* .siige aioity, Cal.,
lliesamo hsing the p;*c- i f business of aald
e*'*'e in lbs c -tiniv of l,os Angelei.
DaUd ih s9;h day al May. a If, 893
s Teeu .ors
i Smith A Winder, At'oroeyj 'or Exccuton.
Notice to n'iom it May Concern.
I T)AWNBKOKKRS' AUCTION SALE ACCORII
! I in.' to law of eortdcemrd god. -liver,
i tilted cr.se tnd nickel watches, diamond nnd
: gold eat*: outs ureas'-tdns, tings, sleeve buttons,
; lobar buttons, •ilrerwai*, aold mend d ran a
i a"d ou India*, i i i ii, inltars, :. . ins,
1 violins, bit j its, plilola. run-, a -II ■», oi era ■nd
, field glasses. nK > eh mm p pea and c gu »old
ers.oycic a.s coe c *. pvu.a and vosis, Valiw*,
tmukl. books,tads***, lurveyaia' instrnnicu-i.
drumaand music si. lattriimeuta, and nil good,
pawned irtili me from July 1, 1803, to January
1, 1803, at Nc. I*3 s otib Main street.
U B t;OHN, Pawnbroker.
H. EITI INO, Auctioneer. 3-2* Baa
Notice of Application for Dissolution.
NOTICE IS ilßßgitiT (IIVi£S THAT THE
California Investment company has had
died In :Ins court it application for otasoluilon
and that the same will hi he.rd Mate aVaaart
incnt No. 4 of the inpetior court of the county
of l.os Anayle* on lb* 2«ih day el June, 1893,
at 10 o'clock a.m. of laid day. or muni there,
after a* coujitel can b« heard.
T. H. WARD. County Olerk.
By W. H. Whittkmork. DoDiitv. 5-24 Bit
Ordinance No. 1714.
AH ORDINANCE DECLARING THE INTEN
tion of the mayor and council ol tbe city
of Loa Angeles to establish the grade of Kane
street, fiom Belmont avenue to Bonnie Brae
I The Mayor and Oooncll of the city of Lot An
geles do ordalo as follow!:
Section 1. That it is the intention ot
| the council of the City of Los Angeles
•lo eatabliah tbe grade of Kaae atreet, from
Belmont avenue to Bonnie Brae atreet,
at follow*: At the intersection of Bel
mont avenue tbe gtsd- shall be 185.00 on
' toe southwest and northwest comers al a point
i 350 feet west of the loutlweit coiner of Bel
moit avenue. 219 30 on the muth side and
220 00 opposite thereto ou the nortb side; at a
point 50 feet west fiom tin laii mentioned
point 2IS 50 on the louth side and 219 00 on
the north side- at the latersectlon oi Bonnie
Brio street 105.00 nn the southeast corner and
100 00 on the northeast corner, and at all
point! between said dealgnnted point! the
gtado shall be established so at to conform to a
straight line drawn be.weeu said designated
Elevation! are in feet and above city datum
Bic. 2. The city clerk shall certify to tha
passage of this ordinance and shall cause the
anme to be publish" I for ten daya iv the l.os
AogeleaHaaaLo, and thereupon aod thereafter
tt ihail take effect and be in torce.
I hereby certify that tru; foregoing orJimnoe
waaadopted by th* council ol the city of Lot
Angelei at Ita mee.lng ot May 20th, 1803.
0. A. LUCaBNBACH,
Approved thli lit day of Jnne, 1893.
T. E. ROWAN,
6 4 101 Mayor.
Ordinance No. 1715.
AN ORDINANCE DECLAHINQ THE INTEN
tton of the mayo and couucil of the city
of l.os Angelei to establish the grade of Lyon
street, from Allao atreet to Macy street.
The mayor and council o! the city of Loa
Aogelesdo ordain as lollows:
Section 1. Thu It is tbe Intention of the
council of the city of Loa Aogelti to eettblttn
the grade of Lyon street, from Allto atreet to
Macy atreet, at followa:
At the Intersection ol Allao street the grade
lhall be 1:100 on the northwest corner and
14.10 on the nortbeatt corner; nt a point In the
east side 310 Icet northerly Irom the nor'ht ait
corner ol Allso street 18.50; at a point In the
west side 574 leet northerly f om the north
weit corner of A iso itreet 10.00: at tho inter
teetioo of Ramirez street 10 00 on the louth
west corner, 19 30on the southeast and north
west corners end 19.H0 ou the northeait cor
ner: at the Intersection of Macy street 22 45 on
the touthsest coruer and *2 15 on the south
ern corner. And at a 1 points between said
dealgnnted pointa tbe grade shall bi estab
lished so as to eouform to a straight line drawn
between said dedgnated polDta.
E evalloni are iv feet and above city datum
Sec. 2. The city clerk shall certify lo the
passage of thia ordinance and shall cause the
same to be published for ten dayi in tbe
los Angelei Herald, and thereupon aud
therealter it shall ake cfTect and be in force.
I hereby certify that the foregoing ordinance
wasadopled by tbe council of the city of Los
ADge.ee, at Ita meeting of May 29th, 1893.
OA. LUcKEN BACH, City Clerk.
Approved thia 1-t dey of June, 1893.
6 4-10t T. E. ROWAN. Mayor,
Notice—Application for License-
STATE OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF LOS
Angeles—sa. I. T. H. Ward, clerk of the
county of Los Angeles, cadfornts, and ex-officlo
clerk of the board of supervisors thereof, do
hereby cartify that, under the provision! of an
otdinance entitled, ''Urdluance imposing Li
censes aud Fixing Kates Thereof in the County
of los Angeles, State of California," pas-ed by
said hoard March 4th, 1893, the following sp
Elicattons for licenses undsi lection 3 thereof
aye bren fill d with said beard, and that, the
hearing of seid apnllratlons has by said board
been flxt d for the 21at day ol June, ISOJ, at 10
o'clock a. in., to-wit:
Filed Juno Ist, 1H03; name. JOl. Schlndele;
location. Vernou precinct; business saloon.
In wenesa whereof I have hereunto let my
htnd and affixed my official leal this seventn
day of June, 1893.
tBRAL ] T. H. WARD,
Clerk of Loa Angeles County, California, and
ex Officio Clerk of the Board of Supervi ore
By W. H. WittTTKMDRE, Depnly Clerk. 68-Bt
Notice for Publication of Tirae»for
Proving Will, etc.
IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF P.
J. H. Flynn, deceased,
superior court In and lor the county ol
Notice Is hereby gW.in that Tueidav, the
20ih day ol Juue, 1803. at 10 o'clock a. m. ol
aald day, at the • on t room of thia court, da
fmrtment two thereof, In tha city of l.os a n
c", county of Let Aigeles, and state of Ca if"r
nia, has beau appoint d ai the time and place
for he, ring tho »ppl cation of J. R. I.ogte,
praylorthata document now on file In this
court, purporting to be the Inst will and testa
ment ol the sal 1 deceased, be admitted to pro
bate, that 1 tiers testamentary b 1 issued there
on to him, at whith time and place aM persons
im r itid therein may appear aud conteat the
Dated June Oth. 1803.
T. H WARD. County Oletk.
By OW. Bi.auE, Deputy
ISID3RE B. DOCK WEll.ttß,
Attorney for petitioner.
Date of first pnbli atlon, Juue Bth, 1803.
0 8 13t
Notice for Publication of Time for
Proving Will, Ktc.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT, STATE OF CAL
ifornu, county of Lot Angslis—is.
In the nutter of the estate of John Thomp
Notice is hereby given that Tuesday, tbe 20th
day of June, 1803, at 10 o'clock ft. m. of laid
day nt the court, room of this court, depart
ment two ihereol, in the city of Lot Angeles,
county of Lot Angniea, aid smt.i of California,
ttaa been appointed as tbe -hue and pteot for
hurl'g th-application ol Antonio Camsrena,
praying that a document now on Die in this
court, pu'port ug to bo the last will and testa
mont ol the 1 aid deceased, be admitted 10 pro
bate, tlistl' I 'MH testamentary be issued thete
on to him, nt which time anil uiace all persons
interested therein may appear and contest the
Dated Jnne (ilh, 18»3,
1. H WARD, Countt Clerk.
ByC. W. Ill,A KB, Deputy.
Reymert & Ornli, attorney! lor petitioner.
Notice for Publication of Time for
Proving Will, Ktc.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT. IN AND FOR
the county ol Lot Angelei, stale of Callor
In the nutter ol the estate or Elizabeth
Notice li Hereby given that Tuesday, tbe 13th
day o.June, 1803, it 10 o'clock a. m. ol said
dny.ni Mi- "oortraom of thia eojrl, department
twothereof, In iheouy of 1.01 Ante es. county
oi Lo* Angelei, and sWte of Csliloriila, has
been apooioteda, tne time and p n -j lor hoir
ingth. »pp;ie*tion of Henlon Flood and Oilffi'h
D. • oropion praying lhat a doenrofnt now on
file ia ' hia coir', purpordng to bu the tail will
and tettiimeutol the »ald dec* wed, be admit ted
to probate, tint letters testamentary ba issued
thereon to them, at which time and place all
persons interested thereto m»y appear and
contest the same.
Dated May 2!>th, 1803.
T. H. WARD, County clerk.
By C. W BLAK.B, Oopuly.
W. P. Gardiner, attorney lor peiitiouers.
Not it ;' "t Dissolution of Corporation.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE COUN
tyol Los Angela". Stile of Calnornla— No
nce of .IIH-nlnttou of corporation. The Loa am
geles ous Company.
Pursuant to tne order of the noun, notice li
h ■'• byglveu tint on tha 28 h da/ ol April,
IM)3, Tne 14* A ■relet Oti company and the
dliectora thereof, by l**v« of tone, nt'tt ob
uiued, filo i 111 tho office of the clerk of toe
Stipe, lor Court of tho county of Los Angela,
their p t .lon for the TOltintary dlmolotlon of
! aald corisbrailon.
AllD.isoos interested wiU take notice that
' on Monday, the 12th day of June, 1893, the
p-'ttiionen will, unlets objections he (lied, ap
ply to 1 ne coort f ii the order grayed for at De
partment 5, in the County Court Home ol; hi
county ol I.oa Augele*.
Alt personshsviug auoh objections mutt file
tbe asm- with the clerk of thia court at auy
time before th» expiration of this notice.
Dated th'a2Blh fUy of April, iso.,
I seal of Co. Clerk] 'f. H. WARD, Clerk.
By f. E. 1 nwRY, ilonuty.
Cheney & croniu. Atto neyt for Petitioners.
Notice of Application for Dissolution.
NOTTCIi 13 HEREBY (JIVBN THAT THE
Fiillerton Laud and 'Trust company has
h«d Bitd In thli ct art it* application for dn
aolutlon, and lhat the wait will be heard bo
fore d-partin-nt No. 4of the superior court ol
lb, counT ol Loa Angelos ou eh* 26th day ot
Jane. 180' J. at 10 o'clock a m. ol said diy, or
at soon tnoiealler a* isau eel am le; heard.
T. H. WARD, County Clerk.
By W. H. WHtTTEMORa, Deputy. 5-24 31t
Ordinance No. 1632.
AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING AND Di
recting the «»Ie bt the City ol Lot Angeles
ol that certain real proper t v on Second atreet,
betareen spring atreet and Broadway, upon
which tbe old City Hall It altuated, and pre
scribing the manner of such sale.
The mayor aod council ot tne city ol Log An
geles d i ordain aa follows:
Section 1. Tbat the right, title and interest
of the city of Los Angeles In and to all that
real property situated in the city ol Los Auge
les, connty of Loa Angeles and stats of Cellfor
nla. and more particularly described as follows,
to-wlf commencing at a polo*, on the north
erly boundary of Second atreet, distant 165 54
i lectin an easterly direction from the northeast
corner of Second street and Broadway and the
corner of a brick bnilding built thereon, aod
running thence from aaid initial point alone
the northerly boundary of Second street 81.82
feet in an easterly direction to the southwest
corner of Bryaoo-Bonebrate bnl d its: th-uce
j along ihe westerly Una ol said Bry«on »one
-1 brake building 120 2.1 feet in a northerly dlrec
i tion to the northeast corner of tbe old City Hall
building; thence along the northerly line
of said old city hall building 61.30
feet Id a westerly alrecilou to the
northwest corner of said od City Hall
building, laid last mentioned point being
165.01 fret in an easterly direction from the
caste ly boundary of Broadway, on a line par
allel with -econd atreet: thence southerly
along the westerly line of said old City Hall
building 119.87 feet to the point of beginning,
snail be sold in the manner hereinafter pro
sac. 2. The city olerk shall, on Thursday,
the 27th day of Jnne, A. D. 1593, In front ol
the police elation, at the old City Hall, in the
city of Los Angeles, at the hour of 10 o'clock
a m. of that day, sell at public auction to the
highest and beat bidder, for gold coin of the
United States, payable at the time of the deliv
ery of the deed of said resl property, all the
right, t: tie and Interest of the city of Los Ange
les In and to the above described real property;
provided that no sale shall be mado unl-.ss the
said bla shall be at least $40,000. The suc
-0 •s'ful bidder at aald eale shall depo.lt with
the city clerk at the time of said tale a sum
equal to the amount of ten per oetit of laid bid
as a guarantee of Us purchase of said prop rty
in accordance wiih his said bid. The proceeds
01 the said sale shall be paid by the purchaser
ef the laid property to the treasurerof the city
of Los Augeles at the time of the delivery of a
good aud sufficient deed therefor to the said
purchaser. And the city olerk la lurtner di
rected to pay to the city treasurer, at the time
of the completion of aa:d purchase, the ten pet
cent received by him as a guarantee at the
time of said sac; wulch ten per cent shall be
applied by said city treasurer ai a portion ot
the payment for laid property at the final con
summation of laid purchase. The city re
serves the right to oooupy said premises for
six months, with the option of six months
more If city so elect, at not to exceed $100 per
Sec 3. The mayor of the city or Loi Angeles
la hereby authorized to execute, acknowledge
and deliver to i he purchaser at aald aale a quit
claim deed of all the estate, right, title and in
terest of the city of Loa Augeles in and to all
the laid real property upon the payment of the
P'irohase money as hereinbefore expresied.
subject totne reservation*aboveexpr-seed
Sec 4. The City Clerk thall certify to tbe
parage of this ordlnsnce, and shall cause
the lame to be pub lahed once a week for
eight consecutive weeks in the l.os Angelei
Daily Herald, a newspaper published iv said
cliy, and thereupon and thereafter It ihtll take
effect and be In force.
I hereby certify that the above ordinance
wai adopted by the council of the city of
Los Angeles at its meeting of the 17th day
of April, 1893.
C. A. LUCKENBACH,
Aiproved by me this 18th day ol Arrll, 1803
T E ROWAN
4-20-tha-St Mayor ot the city of Los Augeles.
Notice to Parties Interested iv the
Sewering of Jackson, Turner,
Banning, Alameda aud Other
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT JOSB
Pnret, et al.. parties interested In the sew
ering ol Jackson, Turner, Banning, Alameda
and other streets, under oontiact with M.Zur
ettl. and aaieisod lo pay for Ihe cost of the
same, hare flied with the undersigned th ir ap
peat to the council of the city of lxnAngelea
irom the action of the atreet superintendent in
accepting tho sewering ef said streets, for tho
lollowlng reasom, to-wll:
Ist. Teat Jackson, Turner and Banning
ilreeta have been left full of hoes and with
from four to six Inches of dirt on the surface ol
2d. That Alameda street Is also full ol holes,
with Irom one to three Inches ol dirt on iti sur
face, and that the brick pavement has not be. n
relald according to the specification! In any
The said appral will be heard by the aouncil
of toe said city of Los Angeles at the council
chamber thc_ieof ( in. the clir hall, at Lo_ An
at 2:00 o'clock p. m., or as'soon thereafter as
tbe same can be heard,
C. A. LUCKENBACH,
(1-5 St City Clerk.
Tar Springs Asphalt Company, Los
NOTICE M HEREBY OIVEN THAT THERE
is delinquent upon the tallowing de
scribed stock, on account of aiaeitmeut levl d
on Ihe 19th day of April, 1883, the several
amounts let opposite the names of the respect
lie shureholdorr., as follows:
No ol No of
Name. Cert. Bharai Ain't
Or.ro W. Child! 8 100 $10 00
Osro W. Child! 4H 3550 355 00
Andtew Mulleu . . 03 2800 280 0)
Jhaucey L. Watroui. 00 1775 177 50
Chancey L. Watroui. 07 8020 862 00
Aod lo accordance with law, bo many shares
ol each parcel of stock ni may bi necetisry
will b, sold at public nucllou, ou the 10th day
of June, 189:1, between the hoursol tn(10)
and eleven (11) o'clock a. iv ,at the office of
the company, No. 11l I outh Broadway, iv the
city of Los Angeles, Cal., to p*y delinquent as
sesiment thereon, together with cost ol adver
tislug and expenses of sale
Da'cd this 2tth day of Mny, 1803.
5-24 td OA' . F. HUNTaR. S-.cretary.
By orJer of the Board of Director!, the above
sale is hereby continued until Wednesday, the
21st day of Jone, 1893.
0 si lit CAL. F, HUNTER, Secretary,
A French Court of the Order and It*
Court Francniee was instituted last
n ght to work in the French language,
and the principal qualification for eligi
bility to membership being to be French
The court was instituted by Past
Grand Chief Ranger L. Thorne, assisted
by Grand Senior Beadle L. Zimmamon,
Supreme Delegate W. A. Ryan, Past
Chief Ranger W. Mead and Chief
Ranger J. Castera.
After the institution the following offi
cers were elected: Junior past chief
ranger, Wm. L. Peyreque; chief ranger,
H. Clary; sub-chief ranger, George
Lacveer; treasurer, F. Clavire; finan
cial secretary, Edgar E. Lefebore; re
cording necretary, J. Apion; senior
woodward, J. Fnllandy ; junior wood
ward, E. Machris; senior beadle, P.
Beijue; junior beadle, M. Bounabel;
trustees, R. Bernard, J. Violi. J. Jaget;
physician, Dr. L. A. 1,0 Itoux ; druggist,
Brother Castera gave the charge to the
candidate* and gained the applause of
the court for tbe able manner in which
be gave hit charge.
After the installation the members
and visitors sat down to a sumptuous
Deputy Grand Chief Ranger McGui
nets acted as master of ceremonies,
Toaala were called end responded to
as followa: Supreme Court, P. (i, O. H.
Thome; (iraud Court of California, L.
Zimamon ; Our Sister Courts, William
Mead; Ancient Order of Foresters of
America, W.A.Ryan; Lad; Compan
ions, A. Of Bla; Court Francaise, Bro.
Clary; Kindred Societies, Bro. Krun
nuni(«r; state ot tbe Order, Deputy
Speeches were made by Bros. Lefe
bote, Thornton and Apffel.
Great credit should be given to Bro.
Clary lor tho indilatiiteble manner iv
which he worked to organize this—tbe
tirst court to work in the Krencti Isn
guage in tbe United Stataa.
The court atarts with 40 charter mem
bars and promisee to become the lead
ing; court of the atate.
The chatter will remain open until
June 20th. The court will meet at
DJulds' hall every Tuesday evening.
IN THE COURTS.
TBI WATER WAR CASE BEFORE
Three of the Defendants Held to Ans
wer the Charge of Keslstlng an
Officer—New Snlts Which
Larkin Snodgrass, James Sheman,
Charles Fisher, George Meece, Robert
Snodgrae-i and A. E. Walcott, charged
with resisting an officer, bad their pre
liminary examination before Justice
Bartholomew, lasting all of yesterday.
The arrest of tbe men grew out of the
trouble between the Compton and
Vernon people oyer the divert
ing of the Los Angeles river
from Its natural bed by means
ol a bridge built by the Southern Pacific
A nnmber of deputy constables were
guarding the premises one night when a
crowd of masked men put in an appear
ance, drove them away and proceeded to
turn the river into its old course.
The officers tried to serve injunctions
upon the crowd but without success.
Finally the above men were arrested.
A number ot witnesses for the prose
cution were examined and the case re
sulted in the first three being discharged
and tbe remainder, George Meece, Rob
ert Snodgrass and A. E. Walcott, being
held to answer in the superior court to
tbe charge of rioting.
In department four, before Judge Van
Dyke, tbe case of T. C. Narramore vs.
A. K. Frasher was continued to be reset.
By stipulation it was ordered in tbe
case of Crawford vs. Studebaker that it
be continued until Jone 21st.
In tbe case of Krug vs. Kendrick et
al., executor, tbe defendant was granted
10 days additional time in which to an
swer and it was also ordered tbat the
time for the notice of motion to strike
out portions of the complaint bs short
ened to two days.
Tbe case of J. W. Craig vs. Hesperia
Land and Water company, was con
cluded yesterday. B. M. Widney was
the last witness examined for the plain
tiff wbo then rested. Defendants moved
for a judgment of non-suit, which, after
being argued and submitted, was granted.
On motion of defendant a stay of execu
tion was granted for 20 days.
Judge McKinley yesterday granted to
tbe pialntlff in tbe case of Martiez vs.
Los Angeles Electric ooinpany leave to
tile an amended complaint.
T. J. Sanders was examined before
Judge McKinley yesterday by a commis
sion, consisting of Drs. B. Weruigb, J.
E. Cowles, W. H. McKesg, T. J. Mere
dith and W. M. Hughes. He was or
dered committe to Agnews insane aßy
In the case, in department six, of J. L.
Williams vs. J. O. Rochester et al, judg
ment was ordered for plaintiff, and at
torney's fees fixed at $60.
Hannah Gould was adjudged insane
and ordered committed to Napa insane
Marcus Dollantine was found guilty,
before Judge Smith yesterday morning,
of assault with a deadly weapon. The
jury was instructed at 10:10 a. m. and
found the verdict in 10 minutes. Sen
tence will be passed next Saturday
morning at 10 o'clock.
Before Judge Clark the ease of Dona
hue vs. Tweedy to foreclose a mortgage
Southern Pacirfc > Raifr& tor
$34 000 damages, occupied all yesterday
before Judge Wade and a jury.
Judge Hhaw, in department five, con•
tlnuedtbe cases ot city of Long Bench
vs. J. Dunn et al and Ballerino vs. Ku
The following new suits were filed a';
tbe county clerk's office yesterday :
Thomas Leahy vs. City of Los Angeles.
Jut'gmont first for sum of $100 and for
recovery of part of premises fronting
1570 feet on Alameda street; second,
that tbe sides of a zanja on plaintiff's
land be lowered on a level with the land.
Henry Mahon, administrator of tbe
estate of Samuel Moegrove, deceased, vs.
Tbe Fidelity and Casualty company (a
corporation) of New York. Action to
recover $5000 for insnranoe.
M. H. Dugan, petition for letters of
administration to tbe estate of Ellen
Rowland Macbin petitions for letters
of administration to the estate of Naomi
W. C. James vs. Anson Pitcher at al.
Action to foreclose a mortgage.
Extended to Jane lttth.
To establish a wide reputation Tbe
Galen Institute will render their «er- v
vices until June 15th free of charge. The
only favor they ask is a recommendation
after a cure has been effected. From
their experience in tho hoapitals of
Europe and America, their knowledge of
the rapid advancements that have been
made in diagnosing and treating dis
eases in the last few years, can tell tbe
probability of a cure in all cases ol ear,
skin, liver and kidney diseases, female
complaints, nasal catarrh, dyspepsia,
rheumatism and nervoua debility. They
make every case a special study and will
not take any case to treat unless there
ia a moral certainty of making a com
plete cure. Permanently located in Los
Angeles, December, 1802, at 305'j' Month
Sp/ing street. Open every day except
ing Mondays. Thousands of canes bave
been treated and cured by their system
of treatment in tbe last eleven years.
A package worth its weight in gold,
on the corner of Fourth and Spring
streets. To those troubled with dand
ruff, or any skin disease, in the shape of
Smith'B Dandruff Pomade. The only
remeily on earth that a single bottle in
guaranteed to cure any case of dandruff
or money refunded. For sale only by
Off& Vaughn, oorner Fourth and Spring
streets, Loa Angeles.
We authorize your druggists, Off &
Vaughn, to refund $10.00 in any case
that one of Smith's Dandruff Pomade
fails to perfect a cure in any ca9e of
dandruff, regardless of how many years
standing. Try it and you will not re
gret it. For sale only by Off A Vaughn,
druggists, corner of Fourth and Spring
streets, Los Angeles.
Read the classified columns on the
sixth page oi tho llkh.m.u. Good Bitua
tiona may be secured; houscß and rooma
ate offered tor rent; announcements ot
bargains in real estate by which you can
double your money in a short time;
hucinesß chances; professional cards;
cheap excursion! ; and a thoußand other
matters of interest are advertised. Ad
vertisements in this department are
very cheap, coating live cents a line a
day, or about half acent a word for each
THEY MAY WED.
Marriage Licenses Which Were Issued
Marriage licenses were issued yester
day to the following persons:
Charles H. George, aged 21, native
of lowa, resident of Santa Monica and
Adell Btimpson, aged 30 years, native of
Minnesota, resident of Los Angeles.
Elvin Perls Warner, aged 23 years,
nativeof lowa and Mary Alice Baldridge,
aged 20 years, native of New York,
Imi.li residents of Covina.
James W. Sbankland aged 35, native
Ohio, resident of Needles, Cal., and
Mary Whetand aged 29, native of Mis
souri and a resident of Peach Springs,
Clarence V. Bunnell, aged 27, native
of Illinois and Ceres B. Rogers, age 23,
native ol lowa, both residents of Pasa
G. C. Kennedy, aged 26, native ol
lowa, and Marcella Lee, aged 24, native
of lowa, both residents of Altoon, lowa.
J. A. Mulbrein, aged 25, and Carrie
A. Warren, aged 23, both natives of Cal
ifornia and residents of Los Angeles.
Cbarles Henry Sbaffner, aged 32, and
Lulu May Little, aged 26, both natives
of Illinois and residents of Los Angeles.
R. H. Farquhar, aged 34, native ot
Ohio and resident of Los Angeles, and
Etta Passmore, aged 27, native of New
Jersey and resident of Olive, Cal.
Jo. Ssmorano, aged 24, and Blbano
Lopez, aged 18, both natives ol Califor
nia and residents of Pasadena.
William H. Felts, aged 30, native of
North Carolina and resident of Ingle
wood, and Jennie E. Denby, aged 22,
native of England and resident of Los
B, A. Jackson, aged 21, native of Con
necticut, snd Mary O. Beadney. aged 21,
native of Texas, both residents of Los
Proceedings at the Committee Meeting;
The general Fourth of July committee
met last evening in Judge Seaman's
court room. There were a goodly num
ber present and much enthusiasm.
It was decided to have a change of
programme, and an allegorical display
in the early evening is to be mads the
leading feature of the celebration.
The National Guard, fire department
and police will doubtless parade in the
morning; there will be literary exercises
at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, to be held
at n place not yet designated.
The following gentlemen comprise the
executive committee: T. E. Rowan, J.
W. Mitchell, J. A. Pirtle, Charles A.
Alexander, H. J. Shoulters, R. W. Drnm
gold, M. H. Newmark, Martin Lehman,
A. F. Mackay, M. L. Stearins., D. F.
Committee on finance—T. E. Rowan,
J. Kurtz, E. G. Teed, John Ciiantlor, J.
A. Pirtle, H. J. Shoulters. E. Laventhal,
W. S. Kirkhoff, A. F. Mackay, A. W. P.
Committee on allegorical display—
Martin Lehman, R. W. Dromgold, D. E.
The headquarters will be under the
California bank, on tbe corner of Second
and Broadway, where tbe committee
will meet on Friday evening of this week
for tbe transaction of business.
Messrs. Hazard & Townsend furnish
us the following complete list of all tbe
patents issued to residents of California
for the week ending Tuesday, May 80th:
Casket handle, Lonis 11. Bannister,
Pasadena; gymnastic apparatus, Theo-
heating, illuminating and culinary pur
poses, Frank E, Browne, Los Angeles;
gang plow, John 8, Butler, Tehama; saw
handle, Marshal M. Oope, Noyo; ham
mock, Charlotte A. De Laney, r-anta Bar
bara; educational eablnet, Charles L.
Kilin, San Francisco; gas governor,
Archibald Ford, Golden Gate; apparatus
tor regulating the speed ol water wheel*,
Charles Hagamier, assignor ol one-half
to Felton Water Wheel company, San
Francisco; starting appliance for com
pound engines, Taylor W. Heintzeman
and (I. T, Noyes, Sacramento; sewer
cleaning brush, Septer E. Johnston,
Selma; check-rein detaching or attach
ing device, Henry P. Kyes, Riverside;
trolley-catcher, Charles E. Lord, assignor
of one-half to T. A. Kirkpatrtck, San
Francisco; circulating tubular boiler,
Edwin L. Martin, Tulare; water back
for straw-burning furnaces, Charles Nye,
aesignor of one-fourth to J, Cain, New
man ; toad cart, Gideon J. Ovarshiner,
San Diego; stock for surface gauges or
other implements, Charles W. Proston,
assignor of one half to W. C. Kspey and
W. E. Anderson, San Francisco; car
coupling, Frank M. Ryan, assignor of
one-half to W. T. Smith, San Francisco;
ventilated fruit and refrigerator car,
Henry A. Smitb, Los Angeles; extension
table, Wilhelm C. Steers, San Francisco;
petroleum gas generator and burner for
fieating purposes, Thomas A. Stombs,
F.,08 Angeles, assignor to Stombs Heating
company of California; cable railway
gripper, Phillips T. Taylor, San Fran
cisco; collar and necktie fastener, Chas.
fi. Ware, San Rafael; separator, Fairfax
IL Wheelan, Santa Barbara; spray noa
zle, Archibald W. White, San Jose; car
buretor, Rolf J. Rolfson, assignor to
Union Gas Engine company, San Fran
A Famußi Bferileia*.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has be
come famous for its cures of throat and
lung diseases. It is intended especially
for coughs, colds, croup nnd whooping
OvUfebs, and is the most effectual remedy
known for ttieae diseases. Mr. C. B.
Maiu of Union City, Pa., says: "I bave
a great sale on Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. I warrant every bottle and
have never heard of one failing to give
entire satisfaction." 50 cent bottles for
sale by C. F. Heinzeman, 222 N. Main.
We Prek» the Billion; 8000 round* af
l'owilir Will Do the Knit.
Grand excursion to Catalina island
next Sunday to see the blasting ot
100,000 tons of rock. Number oi tickets
on sole by the Southern Pacilio company
limited strictly to 275 for sale only at
tbe Arcade depot. Special train leavea
ArcHiied-potatSa.nl., and returning
arrive* a 7:45 p.m. Round trip, $3.50.
Secure your tickets early.
The local council of Federated Trades
last night sent, a dispatch to the Pacific
const divieiou of the Federation ol
Labor, now in session at Seattle, invit
ing them to bold their next convention
in Los Angeles.
Mil**' Norve aad Liver Fill*
Act on a now pnncipil—regulating tne liver,
jitomtici, and isnsels througa ihe nerve* A
new discovery, nr. Miles' pills speedily onre
' biliousness, litd linden, torpid liver, pile*, coa
siipn.oii. unequalled lor men, woman and
children, -mvli st, inilde»S, eureat. Fifty doaoa
25 oi ma. 11a in plea tree. C, il. Haooo, 117
North Si ring
Onr Home Brow. «
Meier <fa Zolvlein'a lager, fresh from the
brewery, on draught In all the principal sa
loons, delivered promptly In bottle* or keg*.
Ohice and brewery. 444 Allao street. Tale-