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ABOUT HOLES IN THE GROUND. The Present Law Regarding; Assessment Work. A Large (fold Find Reported as Ex isting in Pima County, Ari«. A Great Deal or Activity About the Tanderbllt District-Needles Notes. General Mining News. Mining Scientific Press: Ssveral in quiries' have been received by the Press aa to whether it is perfectly safe for locators on unpatented mining claims to suspend the usual assessment work for 1893. There seems to be some fear that some risk may be run and tbat tbe claims may in some way be subjected to relocation by failure to perform the usual annual work. There can be no mistake. No assessment work need be done this year in any state or territory except South Dakota, hit there is one simple condition tbat must be fulfilled. Claimants must file a written notice with the county recorder that they in tend in good faith to bold and work said claim. Thia matter is vital. It must not be overlooked. Great Gold Find in Pima County. Tucson Star: Gold mines in Pima county are receiving a good deal of at tention at the present moment. Exten sive discoveries are being made which promise great futures. As soon as it be came evident that the silver mining in dustry was going to be dull for a period the attention of both miners and invent ors waß turned to gold mining, and Ari zona came to the front as the Mecca of tbe yellow metal, the legitimate heir of California, and, judging from present indications, Arizona, especially Southern Arizona, deserves tbe high distinction it enjoys as the custodian of untold mil lions of the precious metal. Recently a most important discovery of strong gold veins was made in south west Pima county. Ex-Gov. Wolfley visited tbe camp and made an exhaust ive sampling at tbe veins, both by assay and panning. The result surpassed bis moat sanguine expectations and resulted in tbe immediate bonding of tbe proper ties by ex-Governor Wolfley, ex-Surveyor General Johnson and their associates. Already contracts for three shafts have been let and tbe work will be pushed vigorously forward. It promises to be a very free milling ore, with coarse shot gold, and the char acteristics of the veins are such as to bespeak permanence. The new loca tions are attracting much attention, es pecially as a large camp will eventually be tbe outcome. It is understood that ex-Governor Wolfley and ex-Surveyor General Johnson have some rich capi talists esnociated with them in this promising enterprise. Old Pirao will occupy the front rankß ac a gold producer, and the active, live men who grasp the situation with a vig orous band will be the men who will reap the rich rewards to accrue from en- ] ergetk work in bringing capital and good properties together. The development of this new camp will undoubtedly be the means of build ing up an enterprising mining town in its vicinity, which will draw its entire eUppliee from Tucson. Escondido Gold Mines. San Diego Sun: G. W. Frederick, superintendent of the Escondido Gold Mining company, returned from Los Angeies last Monday evening, where be had been to make arrangements for a mill. He reports that the prospects for soon having a mill at work on the ere are very flattering. He also took with him several specimens of ore from the mine, and an analysis of the ore proves tbat it is good paying rock. Mr. Fred erick was very agreeably surprisec' wh n he returned home to find tbat a contact vein bad been struck in tbe tunnel, and tbat the face of the ore now in sight is four feet thick and completely fills tbe face of the tunnel, all the rock tbat is now being taken ont of the tunnel being good paying quartz. The shaft is now 170 feet deep and will be sunk at leaßt 30 feet deeper before any levels are run. Needles' Eye Notes. Gold Bronze ore recently milled at Keystone showed good returns from the mill there. Joe Irwin is reported to have taken a lease on the Columbia mine in the New York mining district. The Chariot mine, in Yellow Pine dis trict, Nevada, is making regular ore shipments to the Keystone mill. Jones Taylor is preparing to work the Tarn O'Shanter mine, located near Mes quite wells, in Yellow Pine district. There is an eager search now being made for gold mines, and several Colo rado parties have announced their in tention of visiting The Needles soon wilh the view of investing in this vicin ity. Every effort should be put forth to interest capital in tbe boundless re sources adjacent to The Needles. The Gold Bronze mine is now em ploying 20 men at Yanderbilt, and will soon begin to make heavy shipments. A. G. Campbell expects his five stamp mill to reach Vanderbilt next week. It will be set up and put in op eration next week. Van R. Liddell reports his lead mine in the Goode Springs country bb look ing remarkably well. One car of ore is now ready for shipment. Mr. McKay, who ia operating the mill for tbe Senator mine, was in Needles this week and reports prospects good for handling regular shipments of ore in the near future. A bar of bullion weighing about $500 was received at Monaghan oc Murphy's this week from Henry l!rown'e mine on Colorado river, this side of Eldorado canon. Mr. Sheridan, one of the lessees of tbe Needles reduction works, iB a thor ough mining man and a ui"bt welcome addition to our town. He conies from Cripple Creek, Colo., and intends to make Needles his fulure home. Parties having mining property for sale should not hold it at too high a figure. If this is done it will deter de velopment of numerous mines in this region to a groat extent. Sat a fair price on miues for sale, and do not change ita value to a greater amount everyday. Capitalists do not, and will net, invest $20,001) to $50,000 on unde veloped property, and mii;es held at those figures will lie idle until tbe end of time, neither the owners nor the county deriving any benefit from them. Exchange Clippings. The Eila miue. in the Julian district, is mentioned as having had a moßt im portant tind by its owner. He had oc Orange, Lemonaad Other Fine Fruit Lands AND ORANGE AND LEMON TREES ON FIVE AND TEN YEARS' TIME. I CAN FURNISH 90 FAMILIES with 10 acres each, only 1 mile from center of Red lands, with pore mountain water ln pipes at each piece, and on y requlrsif 150 caib down nn each 10. and balauce on ten years' time I can supply 10 acres each to no more persona at Menton*. witii (irst-claHs Washington Navel, Mediterranean Sweet or Valencia Late Orange and Lisbon Lemon tree*; only require oue-third cash down on land and trees, balance can run 5 year*. One variety of orange* grown at Mentone sold this year at $4 per box, one variety at $8 .10 per box, and the crop now on the trees is already sold at same rate. Where else can you invest your money to bring yon as great returns? ORANGE GROVES FOR SALE. 20 aerep, half in Winning on N a vols, 10 acres 1 mile from Redlands, all in one-fovrth In MeJiterranean Sweets, bearing oranges $ 4.-00 one-.ourth in l»mon8, with plenty CO acres, oranges and olives, half mile witter and only IV, miles from center from Bleuton • Hot**l— 12,000 of Red) nnd s Price. $ 7,0 to 'JOaorer, Mentone Highlands, all ln 40 acres I', miles from Red lands I\ O, bearing 15,000 a'l in bearing. Per acre 600 10 aores, oranges, good house and Will divide in 3 pieces; same price. everything In fine condition. 000 LOS ANGELES CITY PROPERTY. 1 new home, 10 large rooms and cor- 1 two-story house on Temple street, tier lot on Hill street; only .f .1,500 only 10 minutes' walk trout tne Th,. i. ,-ii i,i i„„. ,i,„,, , h „ .„i„.i „,„„ „, court house; it is one oi the best built , rl„,t r -2°2. '„? i. SS.iSn ii.h *>"<»•• 1" ">« Bit*, plastered and d >c this propvny, as the .ot is<>Kzl4o, with KOOQ „,,,t, „„j k.„ «. Mn-UsA hfun* stnhlß and nhnnt "non mhTm orated, with good carrlaae hcuse and fuet of cemeut walks stable; the price for 30 d.ya will be. 5,750 1 honse of 19 rooms, only a few doors VACANT BUILDING LOTS. front the most beautiful place in the 1 lot on Angeleno Heights, only if 1,200 city, and not more than s minutes 1 lot in West Bonnie Btae, and the walk from tbe court house; the inte- most d slrable now vacant 1,-00 rlor ol the house is tlnished in fancy 1 lot ou Myrtle aye , near Pico, only . OAO wood, P'lce lor the present lor the ] 1 lot, with good bare, on Court st I.iOO bouse and two lota 5,800 | 2 lots on Bellevue aye., each 1,000 I hav6 houses and lots in all parts oi tbe city, although I only advertise a lew oi the best batgalus. Apply to W. P. M'INTOSH, President and Central Manager of the Barton and Mentone Laud Co*., 144 South Main it,, Los Anucies. LOS ANGELES MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTITUTE 241 S. MAIN ST., ROOMS 1,3, O AND T. Regular graduates, legally licensed. If FECI A LISTS WITII YEARS OF EXPERIENCE ln the treatment ol Chronic, Nervous, Skin and uloud Diseases, consultation free and invited. A friendly talk or opinion costs you uothiug. Medicine sent by mall or express every where, securely packed from observation. Durable fl'»«a«as guaranteed. Where doubt exists it is frankly staled. Hours, 9to 3 and 7to s :■. m. Sunday, 10 to 12. JTC* Organic Weakness, I Arising; from Indiscretion, Excess or 1\ Hf-lV V KJ U O ITllillnv Mmiiuii-v Indulgence, producing some ol the fol w Failing .nt'11101), lowing effects: Nervousness, Debi.lty, TATT'TJTT T / "P"V Lack Of KnerarV. Dtmneasof Sight, Self Distrust, Ilcfec JJJbL/XDIJLI i Jl Physical Decay llve Memory Pimples on the Face, ■aw ITT i I Ttrn, *m dm flljsicai liecay. Aversion to the Society oi Females, Loss of Ambition, Lack oi Confidence. Gloominess, Despondency, Barrenness, Unfitness to Marry, Melancholy, Dyspepsia. Lost Manhood, Fains in the Back, Varicocele, treated with suc cess—saiely, privately. ■OT iSATt A TVTT\ C*sVTTVT Diseates, all forms affecting Body. Nose or rS I.IJI J IJ Al\ II JNIVIIN Throat, Skin and Bones, Blotches, Eru.s lions, Acne, Eczema, Old Sores, Ulc«rs, Painful dwellings from whatever cause, treated by means of sale, time-tried remedies. X, id and Bwoilhii Joint, and tthfMiniMtt.ua, tha Result of Blood Poison, CUItfCO. KIDNEY AND URINARY ■*•»■■«-'■»■*■«-» ■*- wiviiiiiivj. HloodyUrinecarefully treated DKETUAL KritM'TUKK Permanently Cared. Soft-feeling bunch of earth-Ilka worms. Varicocele Is curable. TTA n/T T,'' TD I? A T A/T IT AT T 1 Persons ailing at a distance, by giving all symptoms IlUlilL, 1 r\.H,A J. IU.C/I.V 1 eln be successfully treated at home. We have associated with us a SPECIALIST who cures diseases of the EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT. CATARRH treated by our special method—the ONLY SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT. DISEASES OF WOMEN CURED. No instruments; no exposure of person; scientific treatment; perfect confi dence; years of unlimited success. Call ou or address Los Angeles Medical and Surgical Institute, 241 S. Main St laf**N4ft, MANHOOD RESTORED iSK-src &vB| ~ f taltzcr cures all nervousness or diseases of the generative organs, mifr'&t'rwW ZS\ fit such as: l.ojst Manhood, Sleeploeusnt-Kai, Tired aVeel- FB • iA* \l in ~- s*alaia in the Hack, Debility, Pimples Hmd BB 1 £i**w d&kmL n °be, sirminal Wr-aktief**, ?Vichtly F.mlsMionw, lmpo- BJ VFTs \. tency, l>eNpondenry, Varicocele, I'reraatnrfaess Hj „ Jy and 4 oiiMtiiiation. Cures where all else fails. The doctor ■ a,-—,™, ____ has discovered tiieactiveprinciplaon which the vitality of the BEFORE and AFTER s>: M ai. apparatus is dependent. The reason why sufferers are not cured by physicians and medicines Is hecansp over 50 per cent ore troubled with I*ro»ti»lItl», far which CuPIDENJS is tlie only known remedy to cur. the com plaint without an operation A written (.uarantee to refund the money It a permanent cure is no' eftecieil hy the use of six boies. <]/,0 a tvn, six for f."..n0. Wend for clrcu'ar and testimonials. Address DAVOL aKOU'INE t'O., P. O. Loi 2078, Sun Francisco, CaL i'ortfale ou C. 11. HANOE, Agfiit. 177 ami 17a N. Spring St., Los Angeles, Cal. casion to remove some dirt about 10 feat from the mouth of the works, when I his pick struck some decomposed ledge , matter, a close inspection of which re : vested that it was immensely rich in gold. Uncovering the side bill a few yards he found a perfect vein, folly three feet wide, from which the de composed rock came. The lowest esti mates place the value of the ore at $25 per ton, witb millions of it in Bight. The mine ia now said to be the richest in the whole region about Julian. The Black Canon district, in Arizona, '"< ••».' I I full of fine gold claims, bat there is no mill in tbe district. It wonld, in all probability, pay some moneyed mill man to Investigate the matter witb a view to investment. Scotty Miller and partners sent into Kingman today the richest lot of ore ever taken out of the White Hills re gion by lessees, says the Kingman Min eral Wealth. It was from Judge Schaefer's Norma mine and will run 8000 ounces in silver and several ounces in gold per ton. Placer gold production is now double what it was last year. Bays the Tucson Citizen. This ib largely due to rains making water everywhere in the gulches, bo that it can be profitably gathered. A good many small yellow bars are being brought in. The usual method is to iiave it assayed before dis posing of it, gold bringing nearly the certificate value. While building a trail up the moun tain a short time ago, says the King man Miner, Collins and Stinson dis covered a quartz vein running down the Bide of the mountain. Samples from the croppings run well up in gold. It is the intention of the ownerß to do some develoDment work on the property as soon as they make the next ship ment from the Blackfoot. Jerry O'Neill, John Martin and Billy Murphy made a rich strike a few days since in a claim owned by them on Tur key creek, sayß the Prescott Journal- Miner. The ore is high grade gold bear ing rock, and the discovery created quite an excitement in tbe district for a few days, the whole country being lo cated in that time. The strike was made in an old claim while doing assess ment work. The same wonderful outlook continues in the Rawhide mine as was at first re ported, says the Sonora Independent, the oulv difference beiug tbat the rock seems to be richer an the men work deeper into the vein. A casual thinker can hardly judge of the extent of this property, and thare is no exaggeration when it ie Baid that the vein is fifteen feet wide and that the finger can hardly be placed on the rock blasted out with out touching gold. Then some idea may be formed of what the Rawhide really is. Five more stamps were set in op eration on Tuesday, making in ail 15 in number, running day and night. The whole capacity of 40 stamps would be set to work if the necessary water could be obtained. C. A. Randall came in from Big Bug district yesterday, eaya the Preßcott Courier, witli a good sized bar of gold bullion, which came out of rock from bin recent rich Btrike in the Poland mine. A lady in <. i . iiuageu lias been olfl ialiy n ..istirml as a carpenter and join er. She expects to do more than super intend workmen, and in order to perfect he rself in makii.»' furniture she ba# fouad her way to tuia country in se&rob LOS AtfGELKS HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING 1 DECEMBER 1. 1893. L. - . A DEFENSE OF THE LIAR. The Position In Society, Politics and Com merce of the Prevaricator. For many years the wise men have in sisted upon the importance and beauty of truth. We read that all the glorious and lovely prod-notions of the arts de pend upon the truth as npon a solid and enduring foundation. We read that poetry and beauty rest upon the con genial substance of truth as a statue upon its pede3tel. But the man has not as yet arisen who has given the other side of the question justice or yielded due praise to the efforts and worth of liars. We respect and revere the truth. We adhere to it in theory and in practice—a thing rare in the adherents of mere opinions—but we believe in justice though the heavens fall, and in all the good, old fashioned axioms. In all truth, however, to speak paradoxically, tho liar, as an element of practical ad vancement, has been too long ignored. It is time that the pen and the brush should do him homage. Who seta the great enterprises afloat: Who is the originator of vast invest ments and the instigator of magnificent projects? The liar. Who is it that floats the bonds, dis counts corporations and consolidations? Who is it that has settled the wild lands of the west and made Uncle Sain no longer a freeholder? The liar. Who is it that originates "booms" and distributes capital from the unwary to the wise? Who is it that makes wildcat mines successful and sets a prize upon human ingenuity? Who is it that gives the impulse to pol itics and the trend to political economy? The liar. The liar has as many guises as Porteus. Anon he wishes to make your fortune, and again he wants to borrow a dollar. But he is always pleasant, affable, agreeable, whether engaged in tho solic iting of millions in world stirring plans or in attempting to secure a free lunch. The truthful man will affront you with rude candor and hold up your faults brutally to your notice. But the liar— he will do nothing of the sort. He will make you comfortable and happy. He will put you at peuce with the world and with destiny. W T hether he is in commerce, in politics or in the show business, whether lio is offering you a position or asking a favor, let-Mst- - —'~vi. Bold by nrugglstß or sent by mall. 25c,60c and jfl.fju per package. Samples free. Wffh "rStflfn The Favorite TOOIS ?oWiaa i ' 8 -JJfcrtheT-)th'.ndß.-fiath,2de, ■old by C. F. Helnesmsn, 222 N. Main st WENDELL EASTON. GEO. W. FRINK, GEORGE EfISTON. PKKBIDKNT. BBOKITAIY, | §£Al ESTAV MINTS I SEAL C&TATE AC^U^L FAMOUS^ CHINO RANCH MR. RICHARD G I RD. Owner. AT PRIVATE SALE ! In 10, 20, 40 and 80. acre (arms, to suit purchasers, on credit. Term* at low rat* ol lntereat THE PROPERTY WI OFFER COMPRISES THE WILL-KNOWN CHINO RANCH. IN THE center ol which Is the town of Cbino, on the line of the Southern pacific railroad, about three miles south of Pomona and Ontario. Sn/roundina tbe property is the valley portion of the Chtno Ranch, oomprlslnz 10,000 acret lying north and east of Chino creek, subdivided into 10-acre tracts, which have a gradual decline toward the south and southwest, giving ample natural drainage for successful cultivation. In 1891 the Beet Sugar Company was organized and the refinery built and put in operation at Chlno, in a central portion with reference to the property. Tbe result obtained from the | operation of the factory for tbe few years past shows a remarkable degree of adaptability of the ; soil to Unsuccessful cultivation of the fugar Beet, both in amount of production and ln per : centage of sacchurmc matter, and also in the efficient capacity of the manufacturing plant, i The factory bandied during the present season of 1893 1000 tons of beets per day, and have | from 000 to 800 tons per day coming ln continuously for tbe entire campaign, covering a period iof nearly four monhts. It is proposed now to increase the capacity of tha factory by the erec i t on 01, .-additional building and machinery to suit the requirements of Increasing produc tion. The returns for tl.e present campaign have been a total yield of over 11,000.000 pounds of sugar, which have been shipped oat as crude sugar to bs refined elsewhere. Under adirect and specific contract between Mr. Gird and tbe Chlno Valley Beet Bugarcom pany, a corporation which luatltuted and operates the Beet Sugar lncustry. they agreed to pur chase from Mr. uird or his successors all the beets grown on the ranch for years to come, and at the present date, about November 1, 1893, before tbe commencen-ent of the next season, a fixed price is established that the factory wid pay for the beets at maturity next season. This Insures the planter ln the market for his crop, and with the price that is fixed, before be takes any risk in the matter or makes the drat move towards turning oyer the ground. Possibly there is no other branch of industry where calculations for future results oan bs made so readily or so correctly calculated upon, and returns realized ln so short a time as In the ultivntiou of the Sugar Beet under such auspices. While speaking particularly in regard to tbe important industry of beet growing for the manufacture of sngar, estimates of general fruits should not be lost sight of, as a great portion of the land is especially adapted to Deciduous Fruits and Deciduous Trees. Orange groves planted on portions of the Ranob are coming forward, and olives, figs, apri cots, prunes, pomegranates and berries, in fact California fruits of all kinds, seem indigenous to the soil. It Is also demonatrated that corn, barley, wheat, and in fact all the cereals and vegetables, flourish in this soil and attain a high degree of perfection. The townßite of Chiao, located at a convenient point with reference to all portions of the ranch, is a flourishing California town, with telegraph, telephone and express offices, schools and churchea. Means of communication and transportation are ample. The Southern Pa,dflo railroad runs ita main line direct into Chlno, and Is four miles dlatan t from Pomon t and Onta rio, on tbo main overland Hue, and ln addition is the proposed extension which is now assured Irom Pomona, through Chlno, to South Riverside and Klsluore. The following area few of the advantageous features of the Chino yalley: Firat, the culti vation of the Sugar Beet, which insures a profit; 13 tons Is an aveiage crop, but HO tons Is not unusual; wnlch is received by the factory at a fixed price of $1.50 per ton, which during thia present season of 1893 has averaged the grower from $35 to #60 per acre net, and clean above ail expense of working the ground, planting and harvesting tho crop and delivering at the factory. We invite land seekers generally who are desiring to secure profitable investments to exam me this valuable property, which offers a field for health, profit or investment. Four passenger trains in and out of Chino every day. We invite correspondence. For further particulars, address or call on us. WOLFIiLTfRfIOT A PRIVATE SALE!. THE mf^jWiWtß! Lotß in this most centrally located tract are now offered at private sale at a price and on terms to suit purchasers. WHY OO MILES FROM THE CENTER OF LOS ANGELES, pay carfare for yonreelf and family, when you can buy a lot in this tract within TEN - MINUTES' - WALK! From Spring and Second streets, at a price and on terms tbat will suit you. Lots we now offer you are fronting Third, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth and adjoining cross avenues between the important Southern Pacific Arcade depot and within three blocks oi Main Btreet. Full particulars. EASTON, ELDRIDGE & CO, J. l_. BALLARD, MANAGER, 121 S. Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal., or Chino, San Bernardino Co., Cal. Notice of Sale of Bonds. IPURSUANT1 PURSUANT TO A RESOLUTION OF THE board of directors of Tipton Irrigation dis trict, duly given and made on the 7th day of November, A. D 1593. Notice Is hereby given that said board of directors will sell to the highest and best bid der the second issue of bonds of sa d iirlgatton district to tbe amount of $20,003, bearing interest at the rate of 0 per cent per annum, payable semi-annually, on the first days of January and July of each year on the presentation of the interest coupons at the ofbee of the treasurer of said district. Said bonds are issued by the board of direc tors of Tipton Irrigation district in accordance with and by the authority of an act of the leg islature of tbe state of California entitled ' An act to provide ior the organization and gov ernment of irrigation districts and to provide for the acquisition of water and other property and for the distribution of water thereby for Irrigation purposes," approved Marcb 7, 1887. Sealed proposals and t>td« for the purcntseot said bonds will be received by tbe said board of directors at their office ln Tipton, county of Tulare, State of California, and may be ad dressed to or left with G. Will Klindera, the secretary of said board at Tipton, Cal ,at any time after the date of this notice, and until 10 o'clock a. m on tbe 9th day of Dccomi.-r, A, D. 1893, at which time and place the said sale will be made. Said bonds will be each of the denomination of I*2oo, and will be negotiable In or in and will conform iv all respects to the requirements of said act. Tbe board of directors reserves the right to re), ct an; or all bids. Bids must be sealed and addressed to the sec retary of said board, and Indorsed; "Proposals for Tipton Irrigation District Bonds." Done by order of the board ot directors of Tipton Irrigation district, November 7,1893. J. M. BOARD, President. G. Will Klixdsra, Secretary. 11-17 23t Notice of Street Work. PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Til AT 1 on Monday, tlie 13th davof November, A.D. 1893, the council ol the city ol Los Angeles did, at its meeting on said day, adopt an ordi nance ol intention, numbered 1923 (new se ries), to have the follow ing work done, to-wit: That a cement sidewalk six leet In width bo constructed along the west side of said BURLIXGTON AVENUE, From the southerly curb line oi Seventh street to the northerly curb line of Ninth street (excepting such 'portions of said street between said points along which a ce ment or asphalt sidewalk has bee* constructed and accepted), said sidewalk to be constructed in accordance with specifications on tile in the oflice of the citj clerk, said specifications being numbered twelve. Referenco is hereby made to the said ordi nance oi intention ior further particulars. D. A. WATSON, Street Superintendent, By F. C. Hannon, Deputy. 11-28 «t Kerekhoff-Cuzner MILL AND LUMBER COMPANY WHOLESALE AND BET AIL jlain Office: LOS ANGELES. Wholesale Yard at SAN PEDRO. Branch Yards—Pomona, Pasadena, Lamanda, Azusa, Burbank. Planing Mills—Las 4|igeltj tnd Pomoaa. Cargoes furnished to ordet. Proposals for Supplies for the Whit tier State School. IN PURSUANCE OF THE ACTION OF THE Hoard ol Trustees of the Whlttier State School, sealed proposals will be received by the snperintendentof said school at his office in Whittier, l.os Angeles county, California, up to 5 o'clock p. m., Thursday, December 14, 1593, for furnishing the following supplies to said school for the year 1594, said supplies to consist of: 1. Coffee, tea, syrup. rice, etc, 2. Canned goods. 3. Groceries. 4. butter, eggs, cheese and yeast 5. Salt fish, lard and pork, (i. Flour and meal. 7. Barley, bran, middlings, etc. S. Beans, potatoes, etc. 0. Beef and mutton. 10. Gasoline and coal oil. 11. Wood nnd coal. lii. Flannel, cassimcre and blankets. 13. Crockery and glassware, 14. Leather and shoe findings. 15. Brooms and brushes. Ih. Caps and bats. 17. Furniture and mattresses. 18. Ice. 1!». lirugs. 20. Stationery. All parties or firms desiring to bid will ad dress Superintendent of the Whlttier State School, Whittier, Cal., for terms and specifica- Hons and blank forms. In order to preserve uniformity and to facili tate ihe award, it lias been resolved to receive no bids unless made upon blank forms fur nished by the .Superintendent. ANDREW MULLEN, President, W. G COCHRAN. 11-30 lot FRANCIS L. IIAYNES. Ordinance No 1929. (NEW SERIES.) AN ORDINANCE DECLARING THE INTKN tion of the mayor and council of the etty of Los Angeles to establish the grade of ALLEY IN BLOCK H, BONNIE BKAE TRACT, From Eighth street to Ninth street. The Mayor and Council of the City of Los An gelesdo ordain as iollows: Section 1. That it is the intention of tbe council of the city of Los Angeles to establish the grade of ALLEY IN BLOCK 11, BONNIE BRAE TRACT. From Eighth street to Ninth street, as follows: At the intersection of Eighth street and said alley the grade shall be 17.25 on the southwest corner and 17.73 on the southeast corner; at a point 300 feet south of the south line oi Eighth street 19.00 on both sides of said alley; at the intersection of Ninth and said alley 23.30 on the northeast corner and 23 23 on the north west corner. And at ail points between said designated points the grade shall be established so as to conform to a straight line drawn between said designated points. Elevations are in feet and above city datum plane. Sec. 2. The city clerk shall certify to the passage of this ordinance and shall cause the same to be published for ten days in the Los Angeles Herai.ii, and thereupon and thercalter it shall take effect and be iv force, 1 hereby certify that the foregoing ordinance was adopted by the council of the eitv of l/is Angeles, at its meeting of November 20th, 1893. C. A. LUCKENBACH, City Clerk. Approved this 24th day of November, 1893. T. E. ROWAN, 11-26 lOt Mayor. Notice of Salt* of Franchise. NOTICE IS HEREBY C.IVEN THAT Til I council of the city of Los Angelea haa re celycd an application for a franchise for tin construction and operation of a street rail way track over the route hereinafter described. And that the said city council will, on the la I day of January, 1H94, and tip 101 l o'clock a. in. of aald day, receive and open sealed proposal) for the purchase of a franchise described at followa, towlt: ORDINANCE NO. (New Serlea.) An ordinance granting to and assigns the right to construct and o--eratc an electrlcor horae car street railuav along cer tain atreels of the city ol Los Angeles. The Mayor and Council of the city of Los Angeles do ordain aa follows: Section L That the right of way be and Is hereby granted lo and assigns, over and along the public streets of Hie eitv oi Los Angeles In Ibis ordinance named, for the period of thirty-five years from and after the approval hereof, for the purpose ot construct ing, maintaining and operating a single or | double track electric or horse car street railway thereon, together with Hie right to conatruct all switches, turnouts, power houses slid ail other appliances, properties, structures and attachments that may be noccasary for the purpose of operating aald road, and enabling it to be as efficient as the best electric or horso car roads; provided, that auch road shall at all times be constructed, maintained and Operated according to the provisions of this ordinance. The streetsand portions distracts ovorwhlch this right of «ay Is granted are particularly described as follows, 10-wlt: commencing at the southerly junction of First and CummTngs streots, thence southerly along CunimlngH street to Sixth street; thence westerly along Sixth street to lloyle avenue; thence southerly along Boyle avenue to Stevenson avenue. Together with the right lo mako the neces sary curves and connections at street inter sections: said track - to be laid as nearly equi distant irom Hie center of the streets as pos sible, and as neai each other as a proper regard for safety will allow, Provided, that in all cases where this Iran chise Isgranted over streets now occupied br other linos of street railway owned by persons or corporations whether named herein or not, that said and assigns shall havo the right to operate over any and all such tracks In accordance with and limited only by the statutes ol the state of California applicable thereto; and in case the gauge of the tracks of said other per sons or corporations shall not conform to the guageofthe tracks of the grantee herein, or assigns then the said grantee, or assigns, shall be permitted to lay a third rail over the dis tance traversed by said two roads jointly. Skc. 2. And the said grantee and assigns shall use ln the construction of said road the beat material, including a rail weighing nut less than 10 pouutls per yard for tbe llrst tl years of Ihe life of this ordinance, and after that time there shall be used upon said road a rail weighing not less 40 pounds per yard, and such as la used ou first-class roads, which rail shall be satisfactory to the Btreet super intendent and board oi public works, aud shall pave or macadamize the said road be tween the rails, between tbo tracks and for two feet on each side thereof, with the same mate rlrl used by tbe city, upon the streets over which said road runs fespeclively, and keep the same constantly lv repair, Hush with the street and provided with suitable crossings; and shall make the road bed conform at alt times to the established grade of the street; all re pairs and grades to be made under the Instruc tions and to the satisfaction of the street su perintendent of said city. In case the said grantee falls lo comply with Ihe instructions given by said officer for ten day after service thereof upon the agent of grantee resident lit Los Angeles, he, the said officer, may enter upon the road of said grantee and do tbe work as ordered by tho council, said officer to keep an itemised account of the cost oi said work, which said grantee by acceplanccof this franchise, nereby agrees to par Immediately upon Its presenta tion to said grantee, a local agent, stationed In Los Angeles. Provided, iurther, that cars shall be run over the road constructed under this franchise during every day, unless prevented by the ele ments. Provided, further, that car* shall boor-ersted upon said line at intervals of not more than 3o minutes each way during the day lime and until'o'clock st night for the first two years of the lifeof this franchise aud after that tune till 11 o'clock at night. Provided, further, that said grantee, or as algns, shall construct all necesscry Humes and culverts lor the free passage of water under the tracks of said railway where the same nat urally flows; and that all curves, aqueducts, turnouts, switches, shall be constructed under plana and specifications approved by the City engineer. And It Is understood that said grantee shall have Ihe right to excavate and remove por tions ol tbe street necessary to properly con struct said road, and lo erect neediui appara tus, boilers, engines, etc., to properly equip and run the road It is understood lurther that the city, tn making the grant oi this franchise, expressly reserves the right to pave, macadamize, renew or sewer any of said streets, or to lay gas, water or other pipes therein, such work to be done so as to injure said road as little as pos sible. provided, further, that ihe cars upon said said road shall not he allowed to stand on the street intersections or on main streets in such a manner aa to obstruct the use of said street! by vehicles. Sec 3. Tbat the rate of tare for any distance along said road or its branches, one way, shall not exceed live cents for one passenger, and that persons under eighteen years of age Who attend the public schools of the city-nail be required to pay but half iare, provided said pupils shall purchase their tickets iv quanti ties ot at least one dollar's worth at a time; such tickets to be available only between Ihe hours of 8 a.m. and t; p. in. in actual passage to and from school. and said grantee, or assigns, shall sell such tickets whenever requested to do so by a pupil who shall present a certificate irom a teachet, approved by Ihe superintend" ent of schools ol the city, that he or she is a pupil of said schools And further, that said grantee, or assigns, shall carry policemen and Bremen and letter carriers free on said cars when on duly, sub ject at all times to tbe rules oi the road. Provided farther, that the grantee, or as signs, shall, on or before December loth <-f each year, pay to the city tax and license col lector the annual license upo.- each car li\ed be the existing ordinances of said city. Sec. 4. flic above rights and privileges are' granted upon the express condition Unit work upon said road shall be commenced within lour months, and the whole thereof completed and in operation within I*l months from the date of the approval of this ordinance; it being understood t itat If said road be not fully com pleted ami lv operation within said time, then this iranchise shall be forfeited is to the por tion thereof uncompleted and in case any por tion of said road is unused and uiiopcrtitcd with reasonable service for six months, then that part of the road shall become forfeited and be come the property ol the city. Sec. 5. The said grantee or assigns is hereby required to llle a written acceptance of the terms and eomliiioua hercol witli the i it> del k of said city within 30 days after tho passage ol this ordinance, together with a bond ol not less ihans for tbe faithful carrying out of the terms of this franchise. Sec. fl. The city clerk shall certify to the passage of this ordinance and shall cause the same tobe published once in the l.os angelea Daily Hekai.ii, and thereupon and thereafter it shall lake effect and be in force I hereby certify that the foregoing ordinance was adopted by ihe council of the city of Los Angeles at its meeting of city' Clerk. Approved by mc this day of Mayor. Any person presenting sealed proposals for the purchase of said iranchise shall inclose therewith a certified check for 10 per cent of the amount bid by him lor said franchise. The purchaser of said franchise will be re qttlred'to pay the full amount ol the purchase price therefor into the uit j treasury of said city before the publication of the ordinance grant ing the same. C A. LUCKKNBACH. 11-28 lot City Clerk. Notice of Aiiiiiinl Meeting of Mem bers for Election of Directors. T lISTOUIC.W. SOCIETY OP SOUTHERN XI. California, fa corporation , Los Angeles, Co. of Los Angeios, Stateof California. Notice is hereby given that the third annual meeting of the active members of the above named corporation will be held at the city court room of tho city of Los Angeles, on West ■second street, in said'city, on Monday, the 4th day of December, 1803, at half past '7 o'clock p. m,, for the election of seven directors for the ensuing year, and the transaction of such other business as may come before them. By order of the board ol directors. 11-19 Slw J. M. Gl.'l.NN, Secretary. Application for Pardon. rpO 11. C. DILLON, DISTRICT ATTORNEY A in and lor the county of los Angeies, state of Callloruta: Tbe undersigned hereby notifies you that It la his intention and that he will anply to the governor of the state of California for a pardon for Louis Ettlng. who was on the 9th day of November. A. D. 1892, convicted of tee crime of robbery in the superior court oi Los Aoge .les county, and sentenced to five years in the state prlaon at San Que a tin Dated this lath day of November, A. D. 1893. H. KTTLING. 11191 m Notice of Pablic Work. PI'BLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAI, on Monday. ihcHlhdayof Nov., A. D. ISOB, the Council of tho city of Loa Angelea did, at! lis meeting on aald day, adopt an ordinance of, intention, numbered 1599 (new sorloj), to' have the following work done, to-wit: To open and extend CASTELAR STREET Into Bellevue avenue, and that it Is the Inten tion of said council to have said Improvement 1 made and certain land taken for said public use, which land Is situated ln she city of Loa An geles and Is described as follows, to w it: He i:.lining at the norlheast corner of the F. A A, M. cemetery grounds, said corner being N. 40 degrees r>l minutes east 'J79.H7 teet Irom Hie northeasi corner of the Los Angeles High school lot: thence Irom said point of begin ning north fill degrees is minutes weat 4«+.-<S feet to a point on the northerly line of the IT, I). It. M. cemetery grounds; thence north 4 de gree-.'hi minutes west 17,88 feet to a point ou the southerly line of Bellevue avenue, thence along said southerly line north Stl de grees 3 minutes west 110.78 feet to the north west comer of lot 7 of Stevens'aubdlvlslon of a portion of block II of the Fort Hill tract aa recorded iv book 20, page 57, Miscellaneous Records ol Los Angelea County; thence soutn 4 decrees 63 minutes east 123.04 leet to a poilsTon the westerly line of the v. t». It M. cemetery grounds; thence south SO degrees 18 minutes cast 49.1.31 feet to a point ou tho westerly line of Castelar street; thence along said westerly line north 40degrees 81 minutes east 52.5S feet lo the point of beginning. skc. 2. That the exterior boundaries of the district hereby declared benefltod byaaldlm provenieni and tobe assessed to pay the coat, damages and expenses thereof, are aa follows! Beginning at the southwest corner oi Temple street and Broadway, thence southerly along the west line of Broadway to the southeast corner of lot ti, block A, Mott traot; thence westerly to the southwest corner of lot 12 of said block A, thence northerly to the south east corner of Hill and Temple atreels, thence northerly to the southwest corner of lot 22, block G, Fort Hill tract: thence northerly along the westerly lines of lots 22 aud 44 of said block (1, aim the prolongation of said westerly line of said lot 44 to the southerly line of Hand street; thence northerly to the southeast corner of lot D, of Castelar tract; thence northerly to the northwest cor ner of lot I, Castelar tract; thence northerly on a line parallel with and 1 I I teet west of west line of Castelar street to a point 190 feel north of the north line of Los Angeies High School lol; thence north 50 de grees IS minutes west to a point on the east lino of Stevens' subdivision; thence norlheily to the southeast corner of lot 7 of said Stevens' subdivision; ihcnco to the northoast corner Of lot 12 of said Stevens' subdivialon; thence to tin- southeast collier of said lot 18; thence along the soutliet lv line of said Stevens'sub division to the southwest corner of lot 10SB said subdivision, thence to the soutnS east corner of lot 23 of block 4, Park tract, thence along tho souther ly line of lots 23 and IS of said block 4 to the S. W. corner ol said lot IS, thence to the point of intersection of the center lines of Boston and Montreal streets, thence northwesterly along the center line of Boston street to Ihe point oi intersection ol Ihe center lines of Bos ton and Centennial streets, thence northerly to a point on the westerly line of Centennial street 50 feet southerly from the southwest corner of Bellevue avenue and Centennial street, thence northwesterly on a line parallel to and SO feet southerly of Ihe southerly line of Bellevue avenue to a point on the easterly line ol lleatidrv avenue. Ihunce westerly to S. K. corner of lot IS of block 10, Park tract, thence northwesterly to the 8. W. corner of said lot 18, thence southwesterly to the S. K. corner of lot Id of said block 10, thence north westerly lo the S.W. corner of lot Hi, block 11, Park tract, thence to the B.E. corner of 10l 14, block 11, Park tract, thence northwesterly to the s.W. corner of said lot 14, thence northerly to the southerly corner of lot 1, block 25, Angeleno Heights, thence to the S.W. corner of lot ISoi said block 25, thence westerly to the southerly corner of lot 7, block 23, Ange leno Heights, thence to the S.W. corner of said lot 7, thence to Ihe southerly corner of lot 10 of said block 23, thence to the N.E. corner of lot 13 of said block 23, thence to the aoutherly corner of said lot 13, thence to the oasterly comer of lot 33. block 24, Angeleno Heights, thence to the southerly corner ol said lot 35, thence to the westerly corner of said lot 35, thence westerly to a jaiiut on the easterly lino of Philbrook's subdivision, said point being SO feet northerly of the S.E. corner of lot 7 of ssld subdivision, thence on a Hue parallel with and SO feci southerly of Hie southerly line of Belle vue avenue to a point in the easterly line of Lomltaa street, thence northerly to the B.E. coiner ot l.omitas street and Bellevue avenue, thence easterly to the S.W. corner of lot 4, block 14' j, Angeleno Heights, thence to th-j N.W. corner of said lot 4. thence to the N.K. corner of lot 1 ol said block thence tn the N. W. corner ol 10l st. block 13, Angrleno Heights, ihencc to the N.E. corner ol lot I oi said block 13, thence easterly 30 feet to tae center line of Edgewarc Road, thence north erly, easterly and southerly following theccn ter'llne of Edeo-w-are Road to a point therein opposite tin- N.u. comer of lot 13, block 9, Angeleno Heights, ihencc easterly to said N'.w. cornet of said lot i 3, thence lo Hie N.E corner of said lot 13, thence to the northerly corner oflot 1. block "J, Angeleno Heights, thence to the N.K. corner of lot 2 of aald block 22, thence to the N.K. corner of lot It," block 27. Angeleno Heights, thence to the R.E. corner ol 10l I', block '-I*l, Angeleno Heights, thence to Ihe N.E. corner of lot Id, block S3, Angeleno Heights, thence to the N.W. cornea-of lot 70l -tit . iocs 3.1, thence to the N.E. ohrner ol lot 1 of said biock 38, thence on a direct line to Ho- S.W. comer ol lot 48V 4 , Victor Heights tract, thence to the s.E. corner ol Beaudry avenue and I'earl street, thence along the southerly and westerly Hues of Pearl street to Hie N W, comer of Pearl and College streets, thence to a point in the southerly line of Col lege; tret. distant 110 feet easterly from the s K. Corner of college and Pearl streets, thence ■otltherlyon a line parallel with and 110 (set easterly "i the easterly line of Pearl street to a point in the northerly line of New Depot stnci, thence to the N. E. corner ol 10l !•">. block 5, Beaudry tract No. 2, tin-in c to S. P. corner of said lot 45, theuce following the northerly lines of lots 44, 4V, 40, 38, 3f>, 35, 84, 32, 31 and 30 ol Bald block 5 to the NX corner of said lot 30, thence to the SK corner of said lot 30, thence to tho NX corner of lot 12 of block 5, West Rosas tract, thence to the N\V corner of lot 11 of said block ■">, hence along the northerly lincsof lots 11, IV, 7, ti, 3 ami 2of said block sto tbe NX corner of said lot 2, t hence to the BE corner of said lot 2, thence to the NX comer of lot 8, blot If :', Beaudry tract No. 2, ihencc to the Sat comer of said lot 8, thence to the NX corner of lot Oof .aid block 3, I hence to the SE corner of 10l in of said block 3, theuce to the SE cor ner of lot 12 of said block 3, thence along tho westerly line of Cleveland street to a point on tin-northerly line of lot'Jo, block 35., Ord's survey, thence to the NX corner ol said lot S, thence to the St-: comer of said lot 25. thence to tin- NX corner of lot 111, l-'arr's subdivialon, thence to the BE corner ol lot 7 ol Farr's sub division, Ihencc to tlu- NW corner of Ord and Vale streets, thence ro the NX corner of lot 13, block 85!,, Ord's survey, thence to the SE cor ner of lot.", of said block 3.V.J, theuce lo the SK corner of lot li of said hba-k SB 1 .,, thence to • th< NW corner of Teed street ami Bellevue avenue, thence to the SW corner of Bcllevtio avetiue and Broadway, thence to the NW cor ner of Rock street and Broadway, thence to the NE corner ol lot II of block ft. Fort Hill tract, t.ience to the southeast corner of lot 12 oi block Hot said tract, Ihcnce to the SE cor tier of lot sof said block B, thence along ths westerly line of Broadway lo the place of be ginning. Excepting thcrclroin the land In section 1 hereof described as the land to be taken for the opening of said Btreet, and ex cepting also any portion ol a public st eet or alley which Is contained within said district. Reference la hereby made to the said ordi nance of intention for further particulars. D. A. WATSON, Street Superintendent. By F. C. lUssoN, Deputy. 11-211 lot Notice to Depositors. THE LOS AKGJJLBS SAVINGS BANK herewith gives notice that It is prepared to pay on aeinand all depositors who have given notice to withdraw their lund-. and which notices expire during the months ol November and D«cember, 1893 no LO B AhUKLHS SaVINUB BANK. By W. M. UAnWELL, Cashier. 11-21 lm "Notice to Depositors. rpHI MAIN STREET SAVINGS HANK AND L Trust company herewith glvts uo.ice ihtt it is prepared to pay ou demand all depositors who nave given notice to wlthdniw their funds, and which notices expire di ring the months of Novtmb r« • i December. 18ws\ M sIN-BT. bAVINOB HANK &ThllBr C 3 J. V. Wacht«i.. < -a.iler. li 22 lm Notice to Depositors. THE SAVINGS BANK OB' SOUTHERN CAL lfornla nerowitli clvc, notice ibatlt is pre pared lo pay on demand aX ..cpositors who ' aye given notice to v.itndraw thoir funds and which notices explr ' during the mouths ol November and Dtcmnber, 1893. 11-23 lm J. H. Iia.U.KY. President. ' Notice to Depositors. THE GERMAN AMERICAN SAVING 3 BANK herewith gives notice tbat it is prensred to pay on demand all depositors who have given notice to withdraw their funds, and wuli o notice expires during tbe montlu of November and December, 1593. MOSKS N. AVKK-Y, 11-23 lm oa«h', r, Notice to Depositors. THE SECURITY SAVINGS BANK AND Trust co*npany herewith give notice ti at it is prepared to pay on demand all depoal. or* who have given notice lo wlthd aw their funds, and which notices expire during th j monibs of November «n-i De-ember, 1593 11-23 lmo J, F. SARTUKI, Casuist.