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WOMAN'S WORLD.
A REGIMEN FOR ROSELEAF TO OB
SERVE DURING THE WINTER.
Woman a* a P«K»m»kw—Cotter Glrli
anl Marring*— A Woman's nalldine.
; Women }n Iceland —Helta and Collars.
Taxation Wltnoat Representation.
This is ths season when tho complex
ion specialist smiles happily in anticipa
tion of a golden harvest later on. This
is the season when breakfast griddle
cakes and dainty bits of sausarro begin
to appeal more to Miss Roseleaf than
grapes and oatmeal, snd hot roils and
smoking mr.fflris seduce her heart from
graham bread. This is the season when
she does not like to venture forth into
the wind, but sits near the register in
stead and lets the coal gas begin its
deadly work on her skin. This is the
season when she stays up late o' nights
and lies abed late o' mornings, when
her cold spongo does not s«»em invitinpr,
aud when she opens her bedroom win
dow just a crack before e'uo goes to
sleep. All ot which means that Mis*
Roseleaf will be Miss Sere-and-yellow
leaf if she continues in her reckless
course.
In the first place, sho must sleep with
the fresh air pouting into her room as
much as possible. Extra covering on
the bed und ft screen at its foot to pre
vent a draft will tender the course a per
fectly safe one. Oxygen is even more
notent than bold cream to bring the lily
and the rose to iheir proper places. Then
she must not abandov that cold sponge
each morning. It is something with
which no young woman can toy. She
cannot stop taking it for a week and
then resume, unless she wants to leave
the world gracefully in an attack of
pneumonia. Bnt by taking it religiously
every morning and rubbing down after
it she can send the blood dancing
through hor veins, snap her fingers at
the cold and make her skin hard, firm
and healthy.
Occasionally Roseleaf may indulge in
hot bread, cakes and sausage, but gen
erally she had better cling to grains and
fruit. On the days when the fleshpots
of Egypt tempt her and she falls a vic
tim to her fondness for fried things, she
shuaild indulge in a double amount of
outdoor exeiviw.
■ Every day, rain, snow, dust, hail or
sunshine, Roseleaf must go forth and
cultivate her complexion in the open.
She need not also cultivate chapped lips
and cheeks, though, hut may wear a
thin, spotless veil.
At night tho oatmeal bag should come
into play. Roseleaf's face should be
washed thoroughly in hot water with
soap or oatmeal. Then it should be
rinsed in hot water in which benzoin has
been dropped. Then she should dry her
face and throat gently, dip her fingers
into cold cream and begin a gentle mas
sage. Her forehead should be firmly
rubbed with the tips of her fingers. The
place where the little frown leaves its
mark should be stroked up and down.
The place where laughter leaves its
mark iv wrinkles about tho mouth
should be rubbed up and down with the
thumb. The lines beneath the eyes and
the crowsfeet should be stroked from
the nose outward very gently and very
firmly. Then her chin and throat shonld
be massaged back and forth, up and
down, until she knows .that not a tell
tale creaee can remain. After which
Roseleaf may say her prayers and go to
sleep happy in that
she has done w her com
plexion.—New YSjk World.
; Woman as a Peacemaker.
( At a recent meeting of a woman's club
the discuseion of social customs in Ger
many, following a delightful paper read
by Mrs. Bayard Taylor, brought out
from several speakers the opinion that in
a country where the soldier is sa marked
a figure in affairs the status of ttie wom
an is not apt to be prominent. She nat
urally suffers by a continual, if? involun
tary and scarcely recognized, cairn parison
with the sturiiy and stalwart warrior.
, This leads on to tha reflection that
the time is going to come in the history
of tho world wnen the standing armies
will be swept from the face of? the earth,
and that, too, perhaps, by true banding
together of women. Tho peace associa
tions of the world are by no -means idle
even now. At the ltist annual meeting
of the Women's Peace association in
Manchester a letter was read from a
prominent English clergyman, in which
he said: "Women have had.a great deal
to do with the admiration of military
heroes. Ttvy can do uiuoh'in changing
popular sentiment about soldiers and
soldiering." And he ends hist letter with,
"I hope that yonr association's efforts
may be vigorous and effectual against
that wicked and consequently staipiil
way of settling differenced by mnrd»r
which has so long sjß\oted«the world."
Those who beiiev.e that the'world is not
yet ready for universal peace none tho
less admit that it will come aa the cen
turies roll on, not "through the fitness of
lone nation, but the fifcaessof many."—
Her Point of View jn New York Times.
Long Lived Reformers.
The great age to which women re
formers in general have lived is remark
able. Tho ages of Lucy Scone, Elizabeth
Cady Stanton, Susnn B. Anthony and
Mary A. Livermore are much beyond the
Ordinaxj life period. At death Abby
F>lley Foster was 70 years old; Jauo
Gray Swissholm, 63; Lydia Maria Child,
78; Luoretia Mott, 87, while Stephen S.
Foster, the husband of Abby Kelloy Fos
ter, and also a prominent'figure in tho
abolition and woman's rights-inovenient,
lived to be 72. Julia Ward.Howe, who
with her husband, Samuel Gridley
Howe, once took a prominent part in so
cial crusades, is still active with hor pen
at the age of 74. Dr. Clemence S. Lozier,
another prominent surfragist, who, the
writer believes, ia still alive, was still
active in pbibmtliroplo ai.d reform move
ments along *o throe or four years ago,
when she was 78 or 79 years of ago.—St.
Louis GHobe-Deiaocrat.
College, thtxl* uoil Mei-Hatfe.
< The question of wb*t becomes of the
college girl is ome of vary considerable
Importance, and with a view to throw
ing some light on it an ermnination bas
been made of the history of Vassar
graduate*.
■Pha result is interesting if not deci
siT*. Of the first 24 fptvdnating claasos
at YatsSfW. embracing 86J Bemfcej*. 615
were reported ac married, 805 as teach
ers, OS as physicians, 89 as literary
workers und the rest as artists, book
keepers and so forth—five of them being
•'fanners," and, let us hope, highly
scientific ones.
I The main point is whether or not tha
college girl 13 less available for matri
mony on account of her distinguished
I attainments. The statistics seem to in
: dicate that she is. Only SO per cent of
j marriages reported among graduates of
j Vassar is not a record of which that in
! stitution has reason to be proud. It is
j said by experts, however, that these fig
; ures are not fully reliable, and that very
nearly half of tbo Vassar graduates real
ly marry sooner or later. If no more
than half many there is certainly some
thing wrong with tho curriculum. Tho
world would become uninhabitable if
only 50 per cent of tho women in it mar
i ried, leaving an equal percentage of men
j unprovided for. It would not do at all.
—St. Louis Republic.
A Woman's Budding.
The Woman's temple in Chicago gives
the Woman's Christian Temperance
nnion an important commercial stand
ing. The building cost $1,350,000, and
tho rentals now received amount to f 170,
--000, a large surplus over the expenses, it
!is claimed. The rent roll with all the j
I offices filled will reach the considerable j
! sum of $220,000 annually. If the women ,
S can fill this building, they will in a few
j years pay for the temple and have a fine
j income with which to carry on the work
< of the organization.
Another success is the Woman's Tem
perance Publishing association of Chi
cago, of which Mrs. Matilda B. Carse is
founder and president' and Mrs. C. F.
j Grow manager. The association does an
j annual business of $125,000, doing a vast
' deal of book publishing for churches of
1 all denominations, who thus help the
! Woman's Christian Temperance union,
jlt also publishes The Union Signal and
! World's White Ribbon. Its editors are
j Francos E. Willard, Lady Henry Somer
set, Margaret A. Sudduth, Harriet B.
Kells uud Ada M. Melville. The Wom
an's Temperance Publishing association
also publishes tiie magazine Our Day,
edited by Joseph Cook; The Oak and Ivy
Leaf, edited by Jennie A. Stewart; The
Young Crusader and Advance Guard,
by Alice M. Guernsey.—Springfield Re
publican.
Women In Iceland.
The establishment at Reykjavik of a
school for the higher education of girls
is likely to be soon complete. A peculiar
interest is found in the work from the
fact that it indicates a total change in
social aspects in that country, where the
few existing educational institutions of
a good order have been provided exclu
sively for men. The girls generally have
had no other education than that ac
quired at home. They will be indebted
in a certain degiee to the World's fair
for so unfuir a course being interrupted,
since this brought as the Icelandic dele
gate Mme. Signdir Magnusson, who has
been diligently at work for the school,
proposing to devote to its benefit the
proceeds from the sale of private prop
erty of her own in the form of a collec
tion of northern antiquities.
The patrons of the school are his ma
jesty the king of Denmark, her royal
highness the Princess of Wales, her roy
al highness the Duchess of Teck, the
Dowager Lady Stanley of Alderiey, the
Viscountess Emlyn. the Dowager Lady
Churchill, the Lady Kensington, the
Hon. Emily Cathcart and others. A
house has been built for this school on a
piece of ground given to Mme. Magnus
son for the purpose by her mother.—
Exchange.
Belt* and Collars.
By her belt and her collar must you
know her—this fin de siecle young
woman of fashion.
To order of one's own modest coutu
riere a small belt nnd collar seems a
simple affair, but only the victim knows
the pathetic hopelessness of ever attain
ing just that bias, just that stretch,
height or depth, which mark "artiste"
on the gowns of the initiate.
Observe them well as you walk on the
avenue, aud see how insensibly you fall
to judging the girl by her belt.
They become a fascinating study. Here
an aristocratic belt, fitting to the svelte
form as if to the manner born. There the
nouveau riche. It came from the same
establishment, but how uneasy and awry
it seems! Then the "would-be-but
can'ts."' They send a shiver down your
back. And then cometht prim, the neat,
the lazy or the wishy washy belts of the
countless and commonplace army of the
"no name series."
The belt and collar of the present
styles can only come from two sources —
the rnaison de nouveautes of high de
gree or from one's own unerring taste
and judgment.—Harper's Bazar.
Taxation Without ICopresentatlon.
Dr. Hemphill of the Calvary Presby
terian church, San Francisco, lately gave
a Bunday evening lecture on "Woman's
Rights and Wrongs," in which he de
clared hit unqualified support of wom
an's right to vote. He called attention
to the different standards of education
for the two sexes; the fact that only
within the present generation women
were permitted to enter the professions;
to the di Eferent standard of wages, where
women who do the same work as men
as well or sometimes better are paid 25
per cent less; to the different standard
of taxation, where women who are prop
erty holders are compelled to pay in the
same ratio as men, and are yet denied
the right of franchise.
The action of our forefathers in emp
tying tbe British tea into Boston harbor
was mentioned in connection with the
injustice of taxali.e.i v.-ithoutrepresenta
tion, and tho speaker said that "if taxa
tion of men nuder these cirounistnnoai
is tyranny, taxation of women under
similar conditions is downright infamy."
Wisest!lie AVouicn's "Wort*.
In a lecture lit MHwaulno on "Deco
rative and Applied Art," Mrs. Candace
Wheeler, after explaining iius art tense
of the word "original," as "a novelty
which is not common,'' concluded by
saying: "In all ths ceramio art in Amer
ica brought together at the World's
fair, the only original thing came from
Milwaukee. It a gray stoneware
jug, audit is wcirtb 1 a pound in its
manufactured state, but the skill of the
worker made it worth 1,0w r » coata n
pound." Afcerwan!, Mrs. Wheeler,as
one of the committee of award, an
afittflojad that NeUie Mears' ' Genius
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 24. 1898.
of Wisconsin," which had stood in the
Wisconsin state building, had won the
prize offered by the Woman's club for
tho most artistic production displayed at
the World's fair by a Wisconsin woman.
The Overakirt Again.
The rejected overskirt is plainly on its
way back to fashion's domain, and the
day of easily constructed, lightweight
and graceful skirts is on the wane. The
Russian blouse began it, and the ruffles
and folds disposed midway of the skirt
hastened the inevitable day. Now a
prominent fashion paper boldly pub
lishes the picture of a jaunty yonng per
son in a "velvet gown, with overskirt."
The beholder is not favored with .1 rear
view of the rejuvenated superfluity, but
the front is slightly draped and ia longer
in th/ middle than at the sides. It
reaches to within a few inches of the
bottc-n of the skirt.—New York Tele
gram.
Woman Poor Larr Guardians.
The number of woman poor law guard
ians in England increases rapidly. Iv
1881 there were woman guardians iv
three of the metropolitan unions. In
the present year 171 women have been
elected in 101 different unions. Al
though candidates have not infrequent
ly been rejected in the first instance, it
is a significant fact that, once elected,
these woman guardians are for the most
elected again and again, so that while 39
of the 171 were elected this year for the
first time and mostly in new places all
the others were re-elections, many for
seventh, eighth and up to twelfth and
thirteenth times.—London Graphic.
She Kxrites Japan.
The fact that the Japanese govern
ment has granted to Dr. Mary A. Suga
numa permission to practice as a physi
cian in Nagasaki, in that empire, has
aroused much interest in native and oth
er circles. Dr. Suganuma is an Ameri
can woman who was graduated from a
medical college in Ohio, who became a
Japanese subject, however, on her mar
riage with Mr. Suganuma, a government
official in Osaki. Dr. Sugaunma is the
first woman physician permitted to prac
tice her profession in Japan.—Exchange.
A Noble Woman. '
A large water jug and two cups of
hammered silver have been presented to
Mrs. Edward Roby of Fort Wayne by
the railroad company to which she ren
dered such efficient service at the time
of the recent train disaster near her
home. She turned her house into a hos
pital and with her family served as at
tendants, allowed the officials to use her
parlor for business meetings and refused
to accept money compensation for what
she considered simple Christian charity.
—Fort Wayne Dispatch.
She Is a Professor at Law.
The post of professor at law in the
girls' colleges in Paris has been held
since Jan. 1, 1898, by Mile. Jeanne Chau
vin, who is the first French doctress of
law. The instruction her pupils get
from her is wholly oral, as professors
are forbidden by a special order of the
vice rector of the Academy of Paris tc
put copies of the code itself into tho
hands of their woman pupils.—American
Woman's Journal.
Woman School Commissioners.
Women were eteci-ea «S
county school superintendent in several
counties of the state at the late election.
Among the number are Miss Mina
Wheeler in Crittenden, Mrs. A. T. Mil
lion in Madison, Miss Lucy Pattie in
Franklin and Miss Katie McDaniel in
Christian. There will be a host of fe
male candidates for thi3 position when
the next election comes.—Owensboro
Messenger.
Prefers Domestic Serrice.
Elizabeth Banks, once private secre
tary to the British minister to Poru, will
publish in a London daily a series of
articles concerning her experiences as a
parlor maid and housemaid in Engl ; sh
families. The title will be, 'Tn Caps
and Aprons." She recommends domes
tic service to poor girls in preference to
shop work. '
An English dressmaker who was fined
$40 for overworking her assistants ad
mitted that two girls in her employment
began work at 8:30 on Tuesday morning
and worked continuously until 6:30 on
Wednesday night—34 hours—with an
hour and a half for rest.
Mrs. Hannah J. Bailey of Winthrop,
Me., president of tho Maine Woman's
Suffrage association, has presented
Bates college with a sum of money, the
interest of which is to be used annually
for a lecture to be given on some live
topic.
The Duchess of Rutland writes, "Many
ladies at the present time, whose for
tunes cannot be considered large, spend
£600 a year on their toilets, and it is not
unusual for £1,000 to be expended by
those who go out a great deal."
Napoleon I, who was a great admirer
of female talent (when its owner did
not, like Mroe. de Stael, direct it, against
himself), used t» say, "There are women
who have only one fault—viz, that they
are not men."
Some cynic has said that gossip is ths
sugar of i- r
To MyuC t»ie Bosporus*
A Greek engineer who pursued his
studies in this country has prepared a
plan for the electric lighting of the Bos
porus from Kanak to ban Stefano, on
rite sea of Marmora. Ho proposes to
accomplish tbis by building three ma
chines or engines lit Arutout Koei, Kan
duli aud Perai-Barum, where tho cur
rent is unusually strong. Tho plan has
appeared so simple and feasible that a
society of capitalists took it np nnd np
plied to the Turkish government for per
mission tv carry it out. The ministry
now has t ho matter under consideration,
and it is believed that it will be favora
bly answered.—New York Tribune.
Lost On* of Its I'ci.in j.
One of the moet magnificent peaks of
the Mont nhniu range—the Dent <li
Midi—which, like an enormous steeple,
straight, anil narrow, shoots up into the
sky 12,50U feet, has lost quite a mass of
its rocky side. Tho Dent tli Jaune, one
of tha points which, like Gothic orna
ments on a church 6teeple, stud its sides,
recently tumbled into tho valley. The
track of the mass over the clear ice of
the glacier can be plainly seen.—Charles
ion News and Courier.
Ordinance No. 1973.
(SEW SERIES.!
VN ORDINANCE OF TIIK MAYOR AND
council of the city of Los Angeles, de
claring their intention to Improve a portion of
HANCOCK STREET.
The mayor and council of the city of Los
Angeles do ordain as follows:
section 1. That the public Interest and con
venience, require and that it is the intention
of the city council oi the city of L-.w Angeles to
order the following work to be done, to-wlt:
First—Thai said
Hancock street,
In said city, from the north line ot Alhambra
avenue to the northwesterly line of Mis
sion road, inoludlng all intersections of
streets (excepting such portions ol said street
and intersections ns are required by law to be
kept in order or repair by any person or com
pany Inning railroad tracks thereon, and also
excepting such portions as have already been
graded, graveled and accepted), he graded and
graveled In accordance with ilie plans and pro
tile on tiie in the office of the city engineer and
specifications on hie in the ortiee of the city
clerk of the city of Los Angeles lor
graveled streets, said specitications being num
bered tive.
Second -That a redwood curb be constructed
along c.-.cli line of the roadway of said Han
cock street from the north line of Alhambra ave
nue to the northwesterly line of Mission
road (excepting along such portions ot the
lineof said roadway upon which a redwood,
cement or granite curb ha&jsslrcady been con
structed and accepted) In accordance with
specifications in the office of the. city clerk ot
said cily for constructing redwood curbs.
SEC. 'A. The street superintendent shall post
notice of this work as required by law. and
shall cause said notice to be published lor six
days in the Los Angeles Daily Herald.
skc. ;j. The city clerk shall certify to the
passage of this ordinance and shall cause
tiie same to bo published for twodays in the
Los Angeles Dally Herald, and shall post
'the same conspicuously ior twodays on or near
the chamber door of the council, and there
upon and ; hereafter it shall take effect and be In
force.
I hereby certify tiiat the foregoing ordinance
wasadopicd by the council of the city of Los
Angeles, on the 18th day of December, 181)3, by
the following vote:
Ayes—Messrs. Campbell. Innes, Munson,
Niekell, l'essell, Rhodes, Strohm and President
Tccd-H
Noes—None.
C. A. LUCKENBACH,
City clerk and ex-office) clerk of the council of
the city of l.os Angeles
Approved this 'list day of December, 1893.
T. E. ROWAN,
12-28 2t Mayor.
Ordinance No. 1967.
(NEW SERIES.)
AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND
Council oi the city of Los Angeles, order
ing certain work to tie done on
PASADENA AVENUE.
The mayor and oouncil of the city of Los An
geles do ordain as follows:
section I, That the council of the city of
Los Angeles deems It to be required by the
public interest aud convenience, and hereby
orders the following street work to be done
according to the specitications contained in
its ordinance No. 1893, towit-
First 'That a cement sidewalk b feet in width
be constructed along the west side of
PASADENA AVENUE
From the northwesterly corner of Pasa
dena avenue and Wells street to the
southerly lino of Koster street; (excepting
such portions of said street between said
points along which a cement or asphalt side
walk has been constructed and accepted,) said
sidewalk to be constructed in accordance witli
speelflcatlonson file In the office of the city
clerk, said specifications being numbered
twelve.
BEG il, The city clerk is hereby directed to
publish a notice of said work, inviting sealed
proposals or bids for doing said work, and re
ferring to the specitications posted or on tile,
for two days. In the I,os Angeles Herald, a
daily newspaper published and circulated in
tlliscitv, hereby designated for that purpose.
Said notice shall require a certified check ora
bond, either, as prescribed by law, ana la* an
amount not legs than 10 per cent ot the aggre
gate of the proposal. He is also directed to
post said notice with specitications conspicu-
OUsly for tive days on or near the council
cliHinber door.
SECt S. The city clerk shall certify to the
passage of this ordinance and shall cause the
same tobe published for two days in the I-oa
Angeles Herald, and thereupon and thereafter
it snail take effect and be in force.
lhcrebyeertify that the foregoing ordinance
« a . adopted by tho council of the city of 1.03
Angeles, at Its meeting of December 18th, A.D.
1893, by the following vote:
ATM—Messrs. Campbell, Innes, Munson,
Niekell, l'essell, Khodes, Strohm and Pres
ident Teed -8.
Noes, none.
C. A. LUCKENBACH,
, Mnj;p!?HL°^ia i »* )l ,ue CQU^
Approved Uiis 81st day of December, 1893.
li-hj -it T. E. ROWAN. Mayor.
Ordinance Ho. 1970.
(NEW SERIES.)
AN ORDINANCE OK THE MAYOR AND
council of the city of Los Angeles de
claring their intention to improve n portion ol
Los ANtIELES STREET.
The mayor and council of the city ol Los An
geles do ordain as follows:
SECTION 1. That the public interest and eon
\ snlence require, and lhat it is the intention of
the city council of the city of Los Angeles to or
der the following work to be done, to-wit:
That a cement sidewalk 10 leet in width be
constructed along each side of
LOS AN'iELES STREET
From the south line of Winston street to the
north lineof Filth street (excepting such por
tions ol said street between said points along
which a cement 01 asphalt sidewalk has been
constructed and accepted), said sidewalk tobe
constructed in accordance with specifications
on tile In the office olthe city clerk, said speci
fications being numbered 12.
si c 2. The street superintendent shall post
notice of this work aa required by law and
shall cause said notice lo be published for six
days in the Los Angeles Daily Herald.
Sec. 3. The city clerk shall certify to the
pastas* of this ordinance, and cause the
same to be published for two days in the Los An
geles Daily Hf.rai.i-. and shall post the same
conspicuously for two days on or near the
chamber door of the council, and thereupon
and thereafter it -iiall lake effect and be in
force. .
I hercbv certify that the foregoing ordinance
was adopted by the council of the city of Los
Angeles on the i Sirh day of December, 1893,
by the following vote:
AySS—Messrs. Campbell, Innes, Mnnsor,
Niekell, l'essell, Rhodes, Strohm and President
iced -8.
Noes—None.'
C. A. LUCKENBACH,
Cily Clerk and ex-ofticio Clerk of the COunoil
ot llie City of Los Angeles
Approved this 21st day of December, 1893.
T. E. ROWAN,
12-23 2t Mayor.
Ordinance No. 1961.
(NEW SERIES.) '
AN ORDINANCE DECLARING THE IN- ,
tcntion of the mayor and council of the ,
city of Lob Angeles to establish the grade of
DORA STREET,
from Si.xlh street to Ocean View aventto.
The mayor and council of tho city of Los An- j
geles do ordain as follows:
SECTION 1. That it is the Intention of Ihe,
council of the city of Los Angeles lo establish
the grade of
DORA STREET,
from Sixth street to Ocean avenue, ss follows:
At the Intersection of sixth street the grade
shall be 21.50 on the northeast corner and
20.80 on the northwest corner; at the inter
section of Ocean View avenue 91.00 on the.
southwest corner and 91.80 on the southeast
corner; and at 01l points between said desig
nated points the grade shall be established so
as lo conform to a straight lino drawn between
said designated points.
Elevations tiro in leet and abovo city
datum plane.
BBC 2 The ell v clerk shall certify to the pas
sage of thisordiiianeeand shall cause the same
to be published (or ten days in the Los Ange
ies Herald, and thereupon and there
after it shall inke effect and be In force.
I herein certlfv that the foregoing ordinance
was adopted by the council ol ihe city of Los
Angeles al it's meeting.ol December llth,
is*) c. AT LUCKWIBACH,
" City Clerk.
Approved this 10th day of December. 1893.
lf.'i7 101 T E. ROWAN, Mayor.
Notice Imitimr Proposals for the
Leasing of City Lund on seventh
Street at City Limits.
OE A LED PROPOSALS WILL BK RECEIVED
O by the undersigned up to 11 a. m. ol lues-
I day, De. ember 20," 1893, from parlies desirous
of leasing from the city ol Lo; Angeles that
certain city land extending from Sixth to
Seventh streets, al the western city limits, and
eslgnated as lot 3, block 20, H. ta, on the
city maps. „ . ,„
Raid lease to continue for one year, ana to
grant t he privileges of cultivation only. ,
["a certified check to the order of the under
t signed for 150 must accompany each proposal
as aguaraniee that the bidder will enter into
acontracl M awarded to him in conformity
"'council'reserve! the right W reject any and
order of the council of tho city ol Los An
geles at its meeting 18, m
12-23 4t City Clerk.
Notice of Street Work.
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
on Tuesday, the 12th day of December, A.D.
I*o3, the Council of the city of Los Angeles
did at Its meeting on said day adopt an ordin
ance of intention numbered i960 (new scries)
to have the follow ing work done, to-wlt;
First—That said
THIRD STREET,
In said city from the easterly line of Crocker
street to the westerly line ot Alameda street,
including all intersections of streets, (except
so much of the intersection of Wolfskill avenue
us lies north of the north curb line of Third
street, and excepting such portions of said streel
and Intersections as are required bylaw tobe
kept In order or repair by any person or com
pany having railroad tracks thereon, and also
excepting such portions as have already been
macadamized and accepted), be mac
adamised with porphyry rock in accord
ance with the plans and profile on Hie
in tho office of the city engineer and specifica
tions ou file in the office of the city clerk of the
city of I.oa Angeles for macadamizing streets,
said specifications being numbered 10.
Second—That a cement curb be constructed
along each line of the roadway of said Third
street from the easterly curb line of Crocker
street to the westerly Una of Alameda
street, (excepting along such portions of the
line of said roadway upon which a
cement or granite curb has already been con
structed and accepted), In accordance with
specifications In the ofliee of the city clerk of
said city for constructing cement curbs, said
specifications being numbered 12.
Third—That a cement sidewalk six feet in
width he constructed along each side of Raid
Third stroct from the easterly curb line of
Crocker street to the westerly line of Alameda
street (excepting such portions of said street
between said points along which a cement or
asphalt sidewalk has been constructed aud ac
cepted), said sidewalk to be constructed in ac
cordance witli specifications on llle in the office
of the city clerk, said specifications being num
bered 12.
Fourth—That a public sewer be constructed
along said Third street from a point opposite
the center of lot 25 of block 1 of the Wolfskfll
Orchard tract to the manhole.built in the in
tersection of Third and Alameda streets, and
across all intersections of streets (excepting
along such portions upon which a public sewer
has been constructed and accepted), together
with manholes, lampholes and flushtanks.
The size of said sewer shall be eight inches In
internal diameter, and be constructed of vitri
fied salt-glazed pipe, brick, iron and cement.
All of which shall be constructed tn accord
ance with tiie plans and profllaon file in the
ortiee of the city engineer and spfcltlcations on
tile In the office of the city clerk, said specifica
tions being lettered D.
The cost of constructing said sewer shall be
assessed against all lots and lauds as pro
vided by law.
skc 2 The city engineer having estimated
that the total cost of said improvement will be
greater tban one dollar per front foot along
each line of said street, including the cost ol
Intersections, it Is hereby determined, in pur
suance of an act of the legislature of ihe sinte
of California, approved February 27. T893,
that bonds shall he Issued to represent tne cost
of said improvement. Said bonds shall be se
rial, extending over a period of ten years, an
even proportion of which shall be payable an
nually on the second day of January of each
year after their date until the whole are paid,
and to bear interest at the rate of 7 per
cent per annum, payable semi-annually on the
second day of January and July of each and
every year.
Reference Is hereby made to the said ordin
ance ot intention for further particulars.
D. A. WATSON,
Street Superintendent.
By F. C Hanson, Deputy. 12-21 Ht
Ordinance No. 1964.
(NEW SERIES.)
AN ORDINANCE DECLARING THE INTEN
tton of the mayor and council of the city
of Los Angeles to establish the grade of
OCEAN VIEW AVENUE,
from Alvarado street to Baronne street.
The Mayor and council of the city of Los An
geles do ordain as follows:
Section I. That It is the Intention of the
council of tho city of Los Angeles to establish
the grade of
OCEAN VIEW AVENUE,
from Alvarado street to Baronne street, as fol
lows: At the interseeliou of Alvarado street
the grade shall be ". 17.00 on the northwest
and southwest corners: al the intersection of
San Joaquin street 103.00 on the northeast and
southeast corners and 102.00 on the northwest
and southwest corners: at the intersection of
Sherman street 07.30 on the northeast corner,
07.20 on the southeast corner, 96.50 on the
northwest corner and 08.40 on the southwest
corner: at the intersection of Dora street
91.80 on the southeast corner and 91.00 on
I the southwest comer: at the intersection of
Kofoed street 00.00 on the northeast corner
and at a point at a right angle opjiosite there
to in the south side, and 89.00 on the north
west corner and at a point at a right angle op
posite thereto tn the south side; at the inter
section of cliff street 70.00 on the southeast
corner and..*! A.noin at a right angle and o|>
southwest corner and at a point nt a rTas#*
angle opposite thereto In the north side;
at the Intersection of Baronne street 34.00 ou
the nortneast corner and 31.00 on the south
east corner. . ,
And at all points between said designated
points thegrado shall be established so as to
conform to a straight llnedrawn between said
designated points.
Elevations are in feet and above clly datum
xilane.
Sec 2. The city clerk shall certify to the
passage of this ordinance aud shall cause the
same to be published for ten days
in the Los Angeles Herald, and there
upon and thereafter it shall take effect
and be in force.
I hereby certify that the foregoing ordinance
was adopted by the council of the city of Los
Angeles at ita meeting of December llth, 1893.
C. A. LUCKENBACH,
City Clerk.
I Approved this 15th day of December, 1893.
! T. E. ROWAN,
12-17 lOt Mayor.
Ordinance No. 1971.
(NEW SERIES.)
AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND
council of tho City of I.os Angeles, declar
ing their intention to improve a portion of
WINSTON STREET.
The mayor and council of the city of Los An
geles do ordain as follows:
Section 1. That the public Interest and con
venience require, and that it is the Intention
of the city council of the city of Los Angeles
to order the following work to be done, to wit:
That a cement sidewalk six feet in width be
constructed along the south side, of said
WINSTON STREET
From the easterly line of Main street to the
westerly line of Wall street (excepting such
portions of said street between said points
along which a cement or asphalt sidewalk has
been constructed and accepted), said nldewalk
to be constructed in accordance with specitica
tions on file, in the office of the city clerk, said
specitications being numbered 12.
Sec. 2. The street superintendent shall post
notice of this work as required by law, and
shall cause said notice to be published for six
days in the Los Angeles Herald.
Seo. 3. The city clerk shall certify to the
passage of this ordinance and shall cause the
same To be published for two days tn the Los An
geles Her ai.o, and shall post the Bame con
spicuously for two daya on or near the cham
ber door of the council, and thereupon aud
thereafter it shall take effect and be In force.
I hereby certify that the foregoing ordinance
was adopted by the council of the city of Los
Angeles on the 18th day of December, 1893,
by the following vo c:
Ayes-Messrs. Campbell, Innes, Munson,
Niekell, l'essell, Rhodes, Strohm and President
Teed -8.
Nocs-None. c. a. LUCKENBACH,
City Clerk and ex-ofncio Clerk of the Council
of the City of Los Angeles.
Approved this 2lst day of December, 1893.
T. E. ROWAN,
12-23 9t Ma)' l "-
Ordinance No. 196 a.
(NEW SERIES.)
AN ORDINANCE DECLARING THri INTEN
tIon of the mayor and council of the city
of Los Angeles to establish the grade of
BAN JOAQUIN STREET,
From Sixth street to Ooean View avenue.
The mayor and council ot the city 01 los An
geles do ordain as follows:
BSCTtoNI. That it Is the Intention of the
council of the city of Los Angeles lo establish
the grade of
g SAN JOAQUIN STREET,
From Sixth Street to Ocean View avenue, as
°At the intersection ot Sixth street the grade
shall he 30.30 on the northeast corner and
tit) 00 on the northwest corner: at a point 400
feel north of the north lin« of Sixth street,
30.00 ou both sides; at a point 800 feet north
of the north line ot Sixth street, (19.00 on both
sides at Ihe intersection of Ocean View ave
nue, 10'iOO ou the southwost corner and
103.00 on Ihe southeast comer.
And at all points between said designated
points the rjrade shall be established so as to
conform to a straight line drawn between said
designated points. . .
Elevations aro in leet and above city datum
t! Tho city olerk shall certify to tht
passage of this ordinance and shall cause the
same to be published for ten days In the Los
' AngeleaHkrai p, and thereupon and thereafter
i It shall take effect and be in force.
I hereby certify that the foregoing ordinance
I was adopted by the council of the city of Los
Angeles, at its meeting ol December llth,
1893 ' C. A. LUCKENBACH,
City Clerk.
Approved this 15th day of Decernb«, 1893.
124710t Mayor.
Ordinance No. 1968.
(NEW SERIES.)
AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND
council o( the city of Los Angeles order
ing certain work to be done on
BELMONT AVENUE
The Mayor and Council ol the City ol Loa An
gelas do ordain aa follows:
Section L That the council of the city ot
Loa Angelea deems it lo be required by the
public interest and convenience, and hereby
orders the following atreet work to be done ac
cording to the specifications contained iv its
ordinance No. 1800, to wit:
First—That said
BELMONT AVENUE
Insaid city from the northerly line ol Temple
street to ihe southerly line of Bellevue avenue,
Including all intersections ot streets, (except
ing such portions of said street and Intersec
tions as are required by law to lie kcptlu order
or repair by any person or company having
railroad tracks thereon, and also excepting
such portions as have already been graded.
f raveled and accepted), begraded and graveled
n accordance with the plans and profile on
Hie In the olflce of the city engineer, and
speciflcatlons on Hie In the ollice ol the city
clerk ot the city of I.os Augeles for graveled
streets, said specifications being numbered
five.
Second-That a cement curb be constructed
along each line of the roadwa., of said Belmont
avenue from the north line of Templu
street to the south line of Kellevuo avenue,
(excepting along such portions of tbe
line of said roadway upon which
a cement or granite curb has al
ready been constructed and accepted', In ac
cordance with specifications iv the otliec of
the city clerk of said cily for constructing ce
ment curbs, said specifications being numbered
twelve.
Third—Thai a cement sidewalk four feet in
width be constructed along each side ot said
Belmont avenue from Ihe north line of Tem
ple street to the south line ol llellevuc avenue,
(excepting such portions of said street between
said points along which a oemont or asphalt
sidewalk has been const meted and accoptcd.)
said sidewalk to be constructed in accordance
With specifications on llle iv the ollice of the
clly clerk, said specifications being numbered
twelve.
Fourth-That a public sewer be constructed
alongsaid Belmont avenue from a point oppo
site to a point ttft feet south from aouthwest
corner or Belmont and Bellevue avenues to the
sewer manhole now constructed at the Inter
section of Belmont avenue and Temple street
and across all intersections of streets, (exoept
ingalongsuch portions upon which a public
sewer has been constructed and accepted, i to
gether with manholes, lampholes and flush
lauks. The ai/.o ol said sewer shall be: Eight
inches In internal diameter and
be constructed ol salt glazed vitri
fied pipe, brick, Iron and cement, all ol which
shall be constructed In accordance wtth tho
plans and profile on file In the offlco of the city
engineer and specifications on file in tne office
of the city clerk, said specifications being num
bered fourteen,
Thedlstrtct to be benefited and to be assessed
to pay the totai cost oi .-aid sewer, is hereby de
clared to bo all lots and lands fronting on said
sewer.
Sec. 2, The city clerk Is hereby directed to
publish a notice of said work, inviting sealed
proposals or bids for doing said work, and re
ferring to the specificaiions posted or on file,
for two days, iv the Los Angeles Herald, a
daily newspaper published and circulated in
this city, hereby designated lor that purpose.
Said notice shall require a certified check or
bond, cither, as prescribed by law, and lor an
amount not less than 10 per cent of the aggre
gate of the projiogal. He is also directed to
post said notice with specifications conspicu
ously lor five days on or near the council
chamber door
Sec :!. The clly clerk shall certify to the pass
age ot this ordinance and shall cause the same
to be published for two days In the Los An
geles Herald, and thereupon and thereafter
it shall take erfect and be In force.
I hereby certify that the foregoing ordinance
waa adopted by the council of the city ol Los
Angeles al Its meeting ot December 18, A. D.
1893, by the following vote:
Ayes—Messrs. Campbell, Innes, Munson,
Niekell, Pessell, Rhodes, Strohm and President
Teed—B.
Noes—None.
C. A. LUCKENBACH,
City clerk and ex-offiein clerk ol the council ol
the city of Los Angeles.
Approved this 21st day of December, isn.l.
T. E. ROWAN,
12-23 21 Mayor.
Ordinance No. 1972.
(NEW FERIEB.)
AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND
council of the city of Los Angeles, declar
ing their intention to Improve a portion oi
TRENTON STREET.
The mayor ami council of tiie city ol Los An
gelea do ordain as follows:
Section 1. Thai the public interest and con
yen letice require, aud that It Is the intention
of the city council of the Los Angeles to
TRENTON STREET
In said city from the south line ol Eleventh
street to the north lineol Pico sireet, including
all intersections o| streets (excepting such por
tions of said street and intersections as are
required by law to be kept in order or repair
by any person or company having railroad
tracks' thereon, and also excepting such por
tions as have already been graded and graveled
and accepted) be graded and graveled in ac
cordance with the plans and profile on file in
theofflce ol the city engineer and speciflcatlons
on file in the oillce oi the city dork of the
city of Los Angeles tor graveled streets, said
specifications being numbered live.
Second—That a cement curb be constructed
along each Hue ol the roadway ol said Tren
ton street from the southerly curb line of
Eleventh street to the northerly curb line of
l'lco street (excepting along snch portions of
the line ot said roadway upon which a cement
or granite curb has already boen con
structed and accepted) In accordance with
specifications In the office of the city clerk
ol satd city for constructing cement curbs,
said specifications being numbered twelve.
Third—That a cement sidewalk five feet In
width be constructed along each side of said
Trenton street from the southerly curb line of
Eleventh street to the northerly curb line of
Pico street excepting such portions of said
street between said points along whicli a ee
mcnt or asphalt sidewalk lias been constructed
and accepted), said sidewalk to be constructed
in accordance with specifications on tile in the
office of the city clerk, said specifications being
numbered 12.
Sec 2. The street superintendent shall post
notice of this work as required by law, and
shall cause said notice to be published for six
days in the Los Angeles Daily Herald.
Sec. 3. The city clerk shall certify to the
passage ot this ordinance and Bhall cause tho
same to be published for two daya in the Los
Angelos Da.iv Herald, and shall post the same
conspicuously for two days on or near the
chamber door ol the council, and thereupon
and thereaiter It shall take effect and bo tn
lorce. , .
I hereby certify that the loregoing ordinance
was adopted by tho council oi the city of I,o s
Angeles on the 18th day of December, 1893, by
the following vote:
Ayes—Messrs. Campbell, Innes, Munson,
Niekell, Pessell, Rhodes, Strohm and President
Teed-8.
Noes —None.
C. A. LUCKENBACH,
City clerk and ex-officlo clerk ol the council
of the city ol Los Angeles.
Approved this 21st day of December, 1893.
F T, li. ROWAN,
12-23-2t Mayor.
. Ordinance No. l'Jfii.
(NEW SERIES.)
AN ORDINANCE DECLARING THE IN
teulionol (be mayor and council ol the
city of Los Angeles to establish tho grade of
SHERMAN STREET,
f om Sixth street to Orean View avenue.
The Mayor and Council ot the city ot I.os
Angeles do ordain as follows:
Suction 1. That it la tne intention of the
council of the city of Los Angeles to establish
the grade of
SHERMAN STREET,
from Sixth street to Ocean View avenue, as fol
lows:
At the intersection of Sixih street the grade
shall be 120,110 on the northeast corner and
85.500n the northwest corner; at a point 300
feel north ot the north line of Sixth street
55.011; ot the intersection oi Ocean View ave
nue !Mi. 10 ou the southwest corner and 07.20
on southeast, corner.
And alall points between said designated
points .the grade shall be established SO *l to
conform lo a slralgiil line drawn between said
designated points
Elevations are in leet and above city datum
plane.
HBo.it The City clerk shall certify to Ihe
passage of this ordinance anil shall cause the
same to be published for ten days In the Lot
Angeles Dally Hkkai.u, and thereupon and
thereafter it shall take effect and be In lone.
I hereby certify lhat the foregoing ordinance
wasadoptod by the council of the city of I An
Angeles at lis meeting of December llth,
ls(i;j C. A. LUCKENBACH,
City Cle.U.
Approved this 15th day of December, 1893.
18.17 lOt T. E. ROWAN, Mayor.
The Farming: aud Fruit Laud Co.
NOTICE— THE ANNUAL MEETING OK THE
slockholdrs of the Farming and Kruit
Land company will be held ou Tuesday, the ta
day or January, 1804, at 3 o'clock p. m., in the
office of the company, 143 South Broadway,
Los Angeles, Cal., for the purpose of electing a
board of directors for the ensuing year, and lor
the transaction of such other business at may
come before the meeting.
Los Angeles, December 14, 1893.
19 10 18t JOHN GOODJt, Secretary.
Notice of Public Work.
-*.
15CBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAU
on Monday, the 27th day of November, A.D;
1893, the council of tbe city of Loa Angeleir
did, at Ita meeting on aaid day, adopt an ordi
nance ol Intention numbered 1033, new se
ries, to hsve tho following work done, to win
To open, widen and extend
WALL STREET,
In Ihe clly ot Los Angeles, at certain points
betu eon second street and East Pico street, and
that it is the intention of the city council to
Save said work done and certain land taken
therefor, which land issituate iv thesald city
ol I.os Angeles and particularly described ai
follows:
Ist. Thatcerlaln tract of land described ss
follows: Begl nnl ng at a point on the northerly
line of Third street, safd point of beginning
being N. 26 dog. 55 mln. 30 soc E. 40.3e fast
from a vx-slake set at the point of intersect
tion of the center line of Third street with the
center line of Wall street (south of Boyd street)
produced northerly, said point of intersection
l.i ing N 54 deg 28 mln. 30 sec. W. 3.55 feet
from the center of a sewer manhole cover set
on Ihe center line of Third street at the first
angle east ot Loa Angeles street; thence from
said point of beginning along the northerly
line of Third street 8. 54 deg. 28 mln. 30 sec.
K. 8.58 feel lo mi angle in the said north line ot
Thiol street, Ihence continuing along said
north Hue ot Third street 8. 50 deg. 26 mm. 30
sec. E. 21.til feet loa point, thence N. 25 deg.
56 mm. 3d sec. E. 700.89 fuel to a point on the
southerly line of second street, tnence along
aaid southerly line of Second street N. 54 dag.
io nun. 3(1 see. W. 00.88 leet to a point, thonce
S. 05 deg. 55 mm. 30 ace. W. 702.43 feot to a ]
point on the northerly line of Third street, '
thence along said northerly line of Third street I
s. 51 di g 28 mm. 30 sec. E. 30.43 feet to th*
point ol beginning.
:'no. Also that certain tract of land de
scribed as follows: Beginning at a point on
the southerly lineof Third street, said point ol
beginning being 8 6 deg. 03 mm. E. 50.02 feet
Irom a stone set at the angle in Third Btreet ,
weal of San Pedro sireet: thence from said
point of beginning along the southerly line oi j
Third street N. s!ldeg. 20 mm. 30 sec. W. 28.20 ;
feel to a point, thence 8. 211 deg 30 mln. W.
114.85 feet lo a poinl, thence 8. 6(1 deg. 28 mln. ,
30 see. X, 211.20 feet to a point, (hence on a line
parallel to and 30 leet easterly of the center I
line of Wall street producod fromsouth of Boyd
street, N. 25 deg. 55 mm. 30 see. E. 111.35 feet
to the point of beginning.
3rd. Also that certain tract of land described
as follows: Beginning at the point of intersec
tion of the produced center line of Wall street
south of Ninth street with the southerly line
of Ninth street, said pent of beginning
being N. 41 deg. 33 mm. E. 75.87 feet from a
point midway between twocement monuments ,
set in the intersection of Ninth street and Wall
streel (formerly Myrtle avenue), aaid monu
ments being set on a line parallel to and Aye
feet northerly of the southerly line of Ninth
struct: thence from said point of beginning
along the northerly Hue of Ninth street N. 42
deg. 25 mm. W. 30.17 feet to a point; thence
N. 41 deg. 33 mln. E. 850.30 feet to a Bx3 lot
stake set at the angle In the present westerly
line of Wall street north of Eighth street, said
Bx3 stake being N. 41 deg. 88 mln. W. 6.03 feet
aud 55.30 feet respectively from two cement
monuments set on the bisecting line of said
angle; thence along said bisecting line 8. 41
deg. 38 mln. E. 00.42 feet to a point; thence
S. 11 deg. 33 mln. W. 840.48 feet to a point on
the northerly lineof Ninth street; thence along
said northerly line N. 42 deg. 26 mln. W. 30.17
feet to the point of beginning, excepting there
from uny laud therein included which il now
part of a iniblic street or alley.
4th. Also that other certain tract of land
described aa follows: Beginning at the point
of intersection of tho westerly line of Wall
street (formerly Myrtle avenue) through the O.
W. Childs tract, produced southwardly, witli
the northerly line of Pico street; thence from
said point of beginning along the northerly
line of lico street 8. 55 deg. 61 rain. E. 80 feet
to a point; thence N. 84 deg 08 mm. E. 121.48
ie i to the point of intersection of the easterly
line of Wall street with the southerly lwie of
thef). W. Childs tract, as recorded in book 5,
page 355, of Miscellaneous Records of Lo§
Angeleacounty; thence along said southerly i
line of the 0. W. Childs tract N. 52deg. 58
mln. W. (iO.OSfeet to the westerly line of Wall
street; thence along the produced westerly
line of Wall street 8. 34 deg. 06 mm. W. 124.52
feet to t he point of beginning.
Skc. 2. That the exterior boundaries of the
district which is hereby declared to be bene
tited by said improvement aud to be assessed
to jiuy the cost, damages and expenses thereof
are described aa follows; Beginning at a point
on the northerly line of East Pico street, in the
said city of Los Angeles, said point of begin
nlng being diatant 30.13 feet westerly from the
s. E corner of lot 1 of tho Cadierque tract;
ihence northerly to a point on the northerly
lineol said lot l, Cadicrquo tract, distant 52.1
feet easterly from the N. W. cornerof said lot 1;
thence westerly to the s. W. cornerof lot 10 ol
block i 2 of the 0. W. Childs tract; thence to
(he N. W. corner of lot oof satd block 12:
thence to the 8. W. corner of lot 6 of said block
12; thence to Ihe N. W. corner of said lot 6; i
thence to I lie s. VV. corner of lot 24 ol block J1 i
of the 0, w. Childs tract; thence northerly,
r lofO "I blook"H'6i 'tTfV-'MoV.k">.l3j>(
11 to theN W. corner of said lot 6; thence
lo the 8. W. corner oil lot 19 ol the Botiller
trai ihence norther.y along the westerly
line ol said lot 19 to the N. W. corner thereof;
thcino to the S. W. corner ol lot 57 ol
Ihe Widow Botiller tract; thence to the
N \Y. comer ol said lot 67: thence to
the M W. comer ol lot 50 of said tract, thence
... .■ \.\\ .corner of lot47o!sald tract, thence
westerly to the S. W. corner ot lot 12 of the
i avenue tract, thenco northerly to the
N. W. corner of lot 22, Maple avenue tract,
then c easterly to the s. W.corner ol lotlOof
tho ttuyas. tract, hence to the N. W. corner of
said lot HI, thence to the B.E. corner ol lot 211 of
the Reyes vineyard property, thence northerly
lo ;oe '.v E. corner of lot 14 of said Reyes vine
yard property, thence westerly to the S. W, i
coi nor of lot 14 oi block B ol the Moreno vine
yard tract, thence northerly to the N. W.
eo-ner oi lot o of said block B, thence easterly
t,, tie s W. come ol lot 1 ol said block B,
i hence northerly to the N. W. corner ol said .
lot 1 thence to the '. W. corner ol lot 4, block |
A of the Moreno vineyard .ract, thence north
erly lo the '.<. V\. corner of lot 1 ol said block
1 thenoe to the s.W. corner oi lot 48 of, the,
Mill' tract, thence northerly to the N. W.
coiner of lot 311 oi said Mills tract, thence to
theB W. corner of lot 13 ol the Mills tract,
thence northerly to the N. W. corner ol lot 14
oi -aid Mills t.act, thence lo tho 8. E. corner ol
lot Oof block 2 ol tiie Orchard tract, thence
northerly to the N. E. comer of said lot 0.
thi in* to the 8. W. cornerof lot 17olblock 1
of said Orchard trad, thence to the N. w.
corner of said 10l 17, thence to the S. W. corner
of lot 18 of block 1, Orchard tract, t hence,
northerly along the westerly line ol said lot
18 lo the southerly line ol Third street,
thence to a point on the northerly line of
Third atreet distant 170 feet easterly Irom the
N E comer ot Los Angeles and Third streets,
thence N. . 5 deg. 55 mm. 30 sec. E. to a point
on the southorly line of Second street, thence
easterly along the southerly line of Second
street i7(i feel to a point, thence .8.25 dug. 55
mm 30 see. W. to a point in the northerly line
of block 3 of the OrcViard traocthence westerly
to the N.E. cornerof lot2oiblock3 ol the
Orchard tract, thence southerly to the 8. IS.
comer of lot 33 ol block 4 ol said Orchard
tract thence to Ihe N.E. corner ol lot 52 ol
the Mills tract, thence southerly to 8. E. corner
oi lot 47 of the Mills tract, thence to theN. E.
comer of lot 1 ol block E, Moreno vineyard
tract thence southerly along the easterly line
of blocks Ii and 1) of the Moreno vineyard
tract to the ti. E. corner ol lot 70l said block
D thence westerly along the southerly line ol
said lot 7 to a point 120 feet easterly of the
easterly line of Wall atreet, Ihence southerly
on a line parallel to and 120 (eet easterly oi
the easterly lineof Wall street to a point on
the southerly lineol lot 10 ol the Nordholt
tract, thence westerly to the N. E. corner pi,
lot 11 of said Nordholt tract, thence south
erly to the 8 E. corner of said lot
11 thonce to the N. E. corner of lot 18
of 'the Rcves tract, thence to the 8 .E. corner ol
said lot 18, thence easterly along the southerly
line of the Reyes tract to a point 1-0 leet
eagerly of the easterly line of Wall street,
thence southerly to a point on tho southerly
line of 10l 1 of the Maple avenue tract, distant
WO feet easterly of the easterly line of Wall
sireet, thence easterly to the N. E. corner pi
lot 2 of the Maplo avenue tract thence south
erly to the S. E. comer of lot 11 of the Maple
avenue tract, thence westerly along the bouui
erly line ol said lot 11 to a point 120 leet east-,
erly of the easterly line of Wall street, thence
southerly <>» » parallel with and 120 feet
easterly of the present easterly line of Wall
atreet to the northerly line of, Eighth street,
Ihence to the NE corner of 10l 00 ot (lie V\ idow
iioilller trant, thence southerly to the SE cor
ncroi said lot (10, thence easterly to the NE
comer ol lot 11 oil lie Andra 11. de Dumlnguui
subdivision, theneesoutherly along the east-,
erlv line of said .subdivision to the northerly
lineof Ninth street, thence to the NE corner
of lot 2 of block C of the Moran tract, tlicueai
to the SE corner ot said lot 2, thence to the NI
corner ol lot oOf said block C, thenco soutli-j
erlv to the SIC corner of 10l sof block Kof th*|
Moran tract, Ihence southerly to tho BR corner;
oi lot 12 of block 14 oi the o. W. Childs tract.
Ihence to the NH corner of lot 1 ol block 15 of
O W childs tract, thence •(> the SE cornerof
siiid 1011, thence to Hie SE comer of lot 7 of
said block 15 of O. W. Childs tract, thence to
the SE corner of 10l Sot said block 15, thence
westerly along the southerly line ol said lot 80l
said block 15 to a poln distant 120 feot easi-
of tho 8W comer oi said lot 8, thence 8
34 deg. Oil mill. VV to Hie northerly line of East
Pico street, thence along the northerly line of
East Pico street to the point ol beginning; ex
cepting therefrom ali land within said exterior
boundaries contained which is now part or
parcel of a public street or alley and except
lug also the land in section 1 ot this ordinano
described as the land to be taken for said im
provement.
Reference is hereby made to tho satd oral
nance ol intention for further particular!..
D. A. WATBON,
Street Superintendent,
By F. C. HANNOSt, Deputy. 12-16 lot

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