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Report of observations taken at Los Angeles
Max. tern., 75; mm. tern., 60.
Forecast for Southern Callornia: Fair, but
cloudy and foggy along the coast; westerly
winds; generally cooler.
The wife of D. J. Cooper, of Rosedale,
yesterday presented him with a nine
pound baby girl. Both mother and
daughter are doing well.
There are undelivered telegrams at
the Western Union telegraph office, cor
ner North Main and Court streets,
October 10th, for M. M. Conn, Louise
Pratt, 8. J. Shaffer, A. H. Thompson.
Judge F. B. Guthrie will address the
Sixth Ward Democratic club at 1612
South Main street, this evening at 8 p.
m. All are invited to attend. Henry
P. Wilson, secrary Democratic county
Citizens passing by the big reservoir
of the water company on Buena Vißta
street Sunday, informed a Herald re
porter last night that they caw a num
ber of dead fish floating on the water.
Some of the fish were quite large. That's
a pretty state of things.
Civil service examinations of candi
dates for railway mail, departmental
and Indian services, set for the 13th
inst., will be held at the school room in
Hanna College, corner Hope and Eighth
2tre«tß. All persons who hold cards of
admission to these examinations should
be on hand at the Eighth-street entrance
to the building as early as 9 o'clock a.m.
A grand concert will be given to night,
at Turnverein hall, under the direction
of Prof. A. G. Gardner, in aid of the
choir fund of the cathedral. The ad
mission will be 25 cents. The partici
pants will be Miss M.Gelcich, sister and
brother, Miss Cecilia Gardner, Mrs. T.
Barnts, Mrs. Bertha Lichtenstein, Mr.
R. G. Roberts, Mr. T, Wiesendanger,
Mr. Tom Barnes, the cathedral cuoir
and the L. A. C. B. and A. brass band,
in a special concert selection, by A. G.
Gardner. The Mexican national hymn
will be played at opening,
J. L. Copeland, of frtan Diego, was in
the city yesterday, in attendance on the
Williamson Dunn, general agent of the
Rio Grande Western railroad at San
Francisco, is in the city, visiting his
Mr. E. N. Jennings, the champion
swordsman of the world, with his man
ager, Mr. C. L. Hunton, is in the city,
hoping to make a match for a sabre
contest with Sergeant Major G. Lawson,
of the white horse cavalry of Montreal.
Henry P. Wilson addressed a large
Democratic meeting at Florence last
evening. There were a large number of
Republicans present. Mr. Wilson dis
cussed the Republican extravagances in
the present county government. He
handled the facts without gloves and
made numerous Democratic votes.
THE CITY'S MORALS.
An Organization Formed for That Pur
About BO people assembled in the Y.
M. C. A. hall last evening in answer toa
call for the formation of an organization
to work in harmony with the municipal
officers in "the enforcement of existing
laws concerning the liquor traffic and
kindred evils; and the enactment of each
new laws and ordinances as shall be
uecesßary to conserve the moral welfare
of the city." Rev. A. C. Smithers pre
sided, and Rev. R. G. Hatching acted
as secretary pro tern. The first
business to come before tbe
meeting was the adoption of
the constitution, which after consider
able discussion was accepted, with a few
minor amendments, as presented by the '
The most important alteration was in
relation to the executive committee,
which, as originally submitted, provided
for twelve members. It was not until
the personnel of this committee was
presented to the house that the change
in the number became necessary.
Mrß. Garbott, president of the W. C.
T. U., was present, by request, and
when she discovered that there were no
ladies on the executive committee, her
protest against the exclusion of the
gentler sex was vigorous, to say the
least. A reconsideration of the enftire
matter followed, with the result that
membership of 1 the executive committee
was increased to 17, five of whom will
The organization effected, the election
of officers followed. The nominating
committee requested an extension of
time in the matter of the election of
president, but submitted the names of
Revs. A. C. Smithers and R. O. Hutch
ins for secretary and treasurer, respect
ively. The remaining ofhcerß will be
selected at tbe next meeting.
DIED IN A BEER HALL.
Heart Disease Supposed to Have Car
ried Oil' J. Hdgar Alden.
J. Edgar Alden, a man about 38 years
of age. dropped dead yesterday after
noon in a beer saloon just south of the
Tb« dead man apparently had no
friends, at leaßt none appeared to take
charge of his body, and it was removed
to the morgue. He had been in
the saloon but a short time, and was
sick when he entered. There was upon
his person a bank book of the Lob An
geles National bank, which indicated
that he had in June last $1100 on de
posit there. The belief of the physic
ians is that he died of heart disease.
An inquest will be held this morning.
Too Much of a Kisk.
It is not unusual for colds contracted
in the fall to hang on all winter. In
such cases catarrh or chronic bronchitis
are almost sure to result. A fifty-cen l
bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
will cure any cold. Can you afford to
risk bo much for co small an amount?
This remedy is intended especially for
bad colds and croun and can always be
depended upon. For sale by C. F.
Heinzeman, _222 North Main, druggist.
K. It, List, notary public Legal papers oare
ally <Irowt. v.'7 w»M Second. Telephone 166.
NOTICE TO THeTpUBLIC.
After being in the employ of Polaski Bros,
for tha pan Bye years, 1 have bought a largo
bankrupt stock of foreign domestic woolens,
which 1 will m-ke up mi<s in at great bar
gains. My experience in cutting and making i
up garments will in ure a perfect fit. I will
guarantee to make suits 25 per cen; less than '
any other first-class B erehant tailor. M. Dan
zlgar, aitist tailor, 217 North Spring street, op
posite Temple block.
Ice Cream, Soda and Confectionery.
Soda of alt flavors. The finest in the city at
Merrlam & Co's, 127 Bouth Spring street
LOS ANGELES HERALD: TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 11, 1892.
The members of the A. O. U. W. are
requested to meet at the A. O. U. W.
hall, No. 213 South Main atreet, at 10
o'clock today (Tuesday), to attend the
funeral of Bro. Al Hannimann, of Ger
mania lodge No. 241.
Rev. F. E. Mason, C. S. D., will teach
a second class in Christian science, be
ginning in Ludlam hall, V, M. C A.
building, this evening at 7:30
o'clock. All desiring the course of in
struction are invited to be present, a
Insure with A. C. Golsh, 147 South
'■ Dr. Lindley, 331V a ' South Spring street.
I Ring up telephone 44. Your goodß
will be promptly delivered.
Dr. Tudor, dentist, has removed to
Hotel Ramon a, Third and Spring streets.
R. G. Cunningham, dentist, rooms 1
and 2, Phillips block, N. Spring street.
The attractions at the New Vienna
Buffet this week are the favorite Henley
Sisters. Miss Lina Crews, Miss Sydney
Barrymore, and the celebrated Berth
family. The programme is an unusually
good one. Don't fail to see it.
The annual meeting of the News and
Working Boys' Home will bo held on
Wednesday, October 12th, at 10 a.m.,
at the home, 527 Ducowmun street. All
persons interested in friendless, homeless
boys, are cordially invited to be pres
Egyptian Antiquities will be the sub
ject of the lecture this evening by Rev.
M. A. Stine, A. M., in the First Englieh
Lutheran church, at the corner of
Eighth and Flower streets. Mr. Stine's
personal observations in Egypt and hie
descriptive powers will make the lecture
a very interesting and instructive one.
Try our Sonoma Zinfandel wine at 50
cents per gallon. T. Vache <& Co., cor.
Commercial and Alameda sts. Tel. 309.
A. M.Edelman,architect, has removed
hie office to the northwestcoinerof Main
and Third streets, over Wells, Fargo &
Co., rooms 12and 13.
Ladies who go to Arrowhead hot
springs are agreeably surprised to see
how the baths beautify their com
plexion. The boiling water destroys
Los Angeles to Long Beach and re
turn, 50 cents, and San Pedro and re
turn, 50 cents, on the Los Angeles Ter
minal Railway, good going Saturday or
Sunday, and returning Saturday, Sun
day and Monday.
John T. Griffith, agent for the Hart
ford and Palatine insurance companies,
at 139 South Broadway, has removed
bis office to more commodious quarters
in the Potomac block, rooms 18 and 19,
217 South Broadway.
The committee for the celebration of
Columbus day kindly requests all those
that have been invited and have not yet
sent their acceptance to the grand mar
shal, G. S. Castruccio, 134 North Main
street, to do so as soon as possible, co
that he may assign them a proper place
in the parade, and have the official pro
gramme ready for publication at the
earliest date possible. The time being
very short, tbe committee hopes that
this request will be kindly granted.
At the O X stables, on Main street,
between Third and Fourth, next Satur
day, the 15th, commencing at 10 o'clock
a. m., ?harp, will be sold at auction, by
Matlock & Reed, about 15 head of the
finest lot of trotting-bred mares and
colts; also about 12 head of the finest
Shetland and Scotch ponies that have
ever been offered for sale in Southern
California. Among the bflood mares are
Lady I, record of 2:29. Mollie Blue Bull
has paced in 2:27. Mr. J. W. Gardner,
the owner, hRB been 10 years selecting
this fine stock. The pouies are as fine
as can be found in the United St.ateß,
being a few selected of some 200 head to
Drink Red Ribbon beer. Tel. 44.
Dr. Pepper, 119% S. Spring street.
Drink Pabet Blue Ribbon beer. Ger
/Gain Fruit company, sole agents. Be
ware of imitations.
Fine liquors for medicinal use, at H.
Woollacott wants 500 dozen bottles.
Boys, bring them along.
Blatz beer, Woollacott, agent.
Dr. C. Edgar Smith, rupture, female,
rectal diseases. Seventh and Main
streets. Telephone 1031.
Send a couple of cases of California
wines to your eastern meads. Germain
H. J. Woollacott, importer of fine
Napa soda, Woollacott, agent.
Pure California wine put up in casee
by H. J. Woollacott. Send a ta»e to
your friends. 124 and 126 N. Spring
A Bid Accepted for Pavement — The
Terminal Company's Wharf.
The board of supervisors, at their
meeting yesterday, accepted the bid of
A. M, Austin and John H. Drain, for
bituminous rock pavement for the court
house sidewalks. The bid was at 23
cents per square foot.
The matter of the application of the
Terminal railroad for a wharf franchise
of Terminal island, San Pedro, came up
again, and there was a further hearing.
The board was addressed by Henry T.
Gage for the protestant, Iveson, and the
railroad was represented by Mr. Monroe,
of Messrs, Wells, Monroe & Lee.
Lengthy legal arguments were made by
the gentlemen. Iveson, who has had a
boat bouse on the island for years, is
seeking to combat the granting of a
A Cholera Scare.
A reported outbreak of cholera a Hel
nietta, N. J., created much excitement
in that vicinity. Investigation showed
that the disease was not cholera but a
violent dysentery, which is almost as
severe and dangerous as cholera. Mr.
Walter Willard, a prominent mer
chant of Jamesburg, two miles from
Helmetta, says Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has
given great satisfaction in the most se
vere cases of dysentery. It is certainly
one of the beat thingß ever made. For
sale by C. F. Heinzeman, 222 North
Heng Lee's Closing-Out Sale.
All kiuds c silk and crepe silk dress patterns
dressiug gowns, shawls fancy screens, Chinese
and Japanese curiosities, etc. Great reduction
in gentleman '» furnishing goods and ladies'
underwear. 505 North Main street, opposite
postomce, station O
Coope No. 4, Hack No. 23,
Stand corner Second and Spring streets from
(i p.m. to 6 a.m. Telephone 273. Rates, 25c
per mile, one person, $1 per hou Bargains
can be made N. Klpp
burner lap dusters at Foy's old reliable sad
dlery house, 315 North Los Angeles street.
Gents' Hats Cleaned, Dyed and Pressed.
Hartley, hatter, 264 South Main street.
Wall paper. 237 B. Spring. Samples lent.
"Cleveland's Baking Powder is in
steady use in my kitchea"
FebV c. 1802. &*Sk*A>~*/
DEMOCRATIC CLUBS MEET
THE CITY CENTRAL COMMITTEE RE
PORTS ON PRIMARIES.
The Precinct Plan of Voting Adopted—Tbe
Temple-Street Democratic Club
Hal an Enthusiastic
The opening meeting of the county
campaign was inaugurated at £1 Monte
last evening. The farmers came in great
numbers from the surrounding country.
Masonic hall was crowded with an atten
tive audience. The county candidates
were introduced,'each makiug a short
speech. The principal speakers of the
evening were Richard Dunnigan and
George S. Patton,both of whom exposed
the fraud of the McKinley tariff. The
meeting this evening will be at Pasa
dena, and will be addressed by Judge
Enoch Knight and Hon. John Shirley
The Democratic city central com
mitee held at rather exciting meeting
last evening at the rooms of the auxil
iary committee. Thomas Kelly acted as
chairman and J. H. Melvill as secre
The committee on manner and mode
of holding the primaries presented tbe
That the convention b? held at Turn
verein hall October 25th, at 10o'clock a.
m.; that the manner and mode of elect
ing the delegates shall be by precincts ;
that the Democrats of the various pre
cincts of the city do assemble at some
suitable place in their precinct, on Octo
ber 22d, at 7 o'clock p. m., and proceed to
elect by ballot the delegates for their re
spective precincts ; that the election close
in said precincts at 8 p. m., and that no
persons be permitted to vote after that
hour; that a judge be appointed for
each precinct, who ehall preside over
and supervise such election, together
with a clerk, to be appointed, who shall
aid tho said judge in properly conduct
ing said caucus primary election; that
the clerk and judge certify the result of
said election to the chairman and secre
tary of the Democratic city central com
mittee, who shall, from said reports,
make up a roll of delegates for the said
We further report and recommend
that a committee of nine be appointed
by the chair to select the judges and
clerks for said election, and to designate
and provide polling places, or places of
meeting, where the election shall be
held, in the various precincts herein in
Your committee further states,
that we have carefully consulted the
Democraoy of the city of Los Angeles,
and we find that itt view of the large
Republican* majority, with which the
Democracy is to combat, it is absolutely
necessary that the manner and mode of
selecting delegates to the municipal
convention be brought as close to the
people as possible; that all Democrats
may take part, or have a chance to take
a part, in the great Democratic reform of
We would further report to this com
mittee that we have consulted leading
citizens and sound Democrats, who
heartily endorse this manner and mode
of electing delegates.
We respectfully submit to this honor
able committee a call for a Democratic
convention, as covered by this report.
It was moved to adopt the report of
the committee. This brought up the
delegates from the Seventh and Eighth
wards, they favoring the ward plan oi
J. Marion Brooks, the chairman of the
committee, advocated the precinct plan.
He said he favored bringing the prima
ries as close to the people as possible.
The ward plan would disfranchise two
thirds of the voters of three wards of the
city. Many others spoke in like strain.
The report of the committee was re- I
jected by a vote of 22 to 25. .
The call was amended so as to read
that delegates be selected by caucus in
the various precincts on Thursday, the
20th, at 7 :30 p. m., and tbat the same
be presided over by tbe committeeman
of the respective precincts; that the
delegates thus elected be voted for by
ward primaries to be held on the 22d
inst., the polls to be open from 2to 6
p. m.; the committeeman of each ward
to select the judges, inspector and clerks
of said primary election, and to give tbe
names of the same to the eecretary of
the committee at once. The convention
is to be held the 25th inst. at 10 a.m.,
at Turn Verein hall, to nominate a full
municipal ticket. The convention will
contain 233 delegates.
The qualification to vote at the pri
mary is that the elector is a Democrat
and ie a resident of the ward, and will
pledge himself to vote the Democratic
TEMI'LE-STREET DEMOCRATIC CLUB.
An enthueiaatic meeting of the Tem
ple-street Democratic club was held at
the club room last evening. The meet
ing was called to order by President
Craig. Mr. Melvill tendered his resig
nation as secretary, which was accepted,
and J. H. Harris was elected in his
stead. W. H. Workman and Dr. Bry
ant, Mr. Craig, Mr. Hoffman, Mr.
Brown and others made addresses. A
vote of thanks was tendered Mr. Mel
vill, the retiring eecretary, also Mr.
Hoffman, for his work in securing the
finances for the club.
An invitation was received and ac
cepted to attend the meeting of the
Second Ward Democratic club, next
On motion meeting adjourned until
next Monday evening, whea everybody
is invited to attend.
SEVENTH WARD DEMOCRATS.
A meeting of the Seventh Ward Dem
ocratic club was held last evening at the
Moffatt house, on East Second Btreet.
R. N. Walker was elected temporary
chairman and D. F.Finucane temporary
secretary. A large and enthusiastic
gathering was held, which angurß well
for the suocees of the ticket in the Sev- i
enth ward. After some informal discus- 1
sion, a committee was appointed to se
cure permanent quarters for the club.
Notice of the next meeting will be given
in the columns of this paper, at which a
permanent organization will he effected.
He finds it "a wonderful euro for a bad
cough " Mr Wm. K. Anderson, :tll Water
street, New York City, N. V , gives this in
dorsement: ' I have found Dr. Kail's Cough
Hyiup the wonderful cure it is represented to
be. It is Just the thing for a bad cough."
Visiting Cards Engraved
it Laugstadter'i, 214 West Second. Tel. 762.
EDUCATION OF HANDS.
EQUALLY AS IMPORTANT AS BRAIN
The Lecture iLast Evening by Prof. Keyei.
dome Vlewi of Practical ai
Opposed to Theoretical
The auditorium of the Church of the
Unity was well filled last night by an
audience which included in its number
many representative people in the
leraned professions, and especially a
large contingent of those interested in
education. The attraction of the occa
sion was the announced address of Prof.
C. H. Keyes, president of tbe Throop
Polytechnic Training school at Pasa
dena, who had been invited by the
Unity club to speak on the important
subject of manual training.
The speaker was introduced by Presi
dent G. A. Dobinson, of the Unity club,
who stated that the lecture was "put in
advance of the regular programme of the
club, which would not open until the Ist
of November, but that in view of the
great public interest now being mani
fested in an improved sytem of educa
tion, it had been thought advisable to
lose no time in presenting a statement
of the work about to be entered upon by
tbe new manual training school at Pasa
dena, a work the importance of which to
the future of the risinggenerationaround
us could hardly be overestimated.
President Keyes then came forward,
and in a clear scholarly way, but at the
same time without any attempts at or
atory, made a logical, telling and power
ful address upon the history and devel
opment of the present movement. Be
ginning with a review of the educational
system practiced during the time in
cluded in his own boyhood, the speaker
dwelt upon the insufficiency and radical
errors of the old method, and was es
! pecially severe upon tbe length of hours
during which studies were protracted,
giving a number of illustrations in sup
port of his poeition, that the results
of such hard work were diseased
bodies and a onesided education that
brought out none of the ability to apply
jto the practical needs of life the mass of
1 theoretical knowledge thus acquired.
The professional training of the lawyer,
the physician and the minister might
be of the best, but in nearly all cases
the fundamental training had been
lacking in practicality, and the man was
turned out upon the world without the
business eenee that should be his safe
guard in any walk of life.
The old idea that a man must enter a
profession and not soil bis hands with
manual labor, was dealt with by the
professor in trenchant style. The nec
essity for manual training aa a part of
the education of the day, was dwelt
upon and a d scription of the school
buildings at Pasadena, founded by the
philanthropic Mr. Throop of that place,
followed. Mr. Throop had intended
I founding a university but concluded
after an examination" of the situation
! that there were already too many such
institution or schools and colleges of
that name in Southern California, and
therefore di verted his donation of $200,
--000 to the establishment of a polytech
nic schoi 1. Mr. Throop is a hale and
her.rty gentleman of 82 years of age, and
was present at the lecture, taking the
greatest interest in the discussion that
It is likely, in view of the public in
terest taken in the subject, that the
Unity club will bring forward some other
speakers to discuss the topic of manual
training at a future date. President
Dobinson announced that a course of six
lectures on geology might be expected
from Prof. Joseph Le Conte, of tbe state
university, in December, and also called
attention to the reception to be given to
Dr. Thomson at tbe church tomorrow
night, extending a cordial invitation to
every one to be present.
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Also have on band 10,000 shells, loaded ex
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It designates the latest mode of beautifying the
skin. Bleaches have been the rage, but they
ar - going out. The process is too severe. True,
the acid eats off the rougher outer cuticle, and
for a short while exposesthe moredelicate skin
beneath, but it iv turu brcomes harsh, and you
are in a worse fix than before, unless more
bleachiug acid is used, und to continue it in
definitely would destroy the finest skin in the
world. Thus face bleaches are waning, and in
five years more will b- hardly known.
Now about "face ironing " Unlike bleaches,
the process employs no ai id?, using only cool
lug vegetable ronstituents that act tbe reverse
from acids, in that they are instantaneous and
actually healing to the skin. These arc placed
upon the face in semi-liquid form, drying In I
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NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE BALE. '
QKCURITY SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST
n Company, a corporation, plaintiff, vs. Thom
as Meredith, John Wilde and J. P. Brossart,
Sheriffs sale—No. 18,290. «
Ord-rcf sale and decree of foreclosure aud
Under and by virtue of an order of sale and
decree of foreclosure and sale, issued out of the
Superior Court of the County of Los Angeles, of
the State of California, on the 6th day of October.
A. D 1892, ln the above entitled action, where
in -ecunty Savings Bank and Trust Company,
a corporation, the above named plaintiff, ob
tained a Judgment and decree of foreclosure
and sale against Thomas Meredith et al., de
fendants, on the (Ith dar of October, A. D. 1892,
for the sum of $10,462.53 dollars, gold coin
of tbe United States, which said decree
was, on the Oth day of October, A. D. 1892,
recorded in judgment book 39 of said Court, at
page 24,1 am commanded to sell ln one par- \
eel all those certain lots, pieces or parcels of
land situate, lying and being in the county
of Los Angeles, State of California, and
bounded and described as follows:
Ist. Lots four (4), fly (5), six (6i, sevsn (7),
to eighteen (18), inclusive, of block three (8);
all of block fourteen (14), le-s lots eleven (11),
and twelve (12); all of block two (2), less lot
three (3); »ll of lot fifteen (15), less lots three
(3), four (4), five (5;, six (6); all of block six
teen (16); the s.,uth one-half (S, 1 ,) of block one
(1); blocks thirty five (35), tbTtv-sii (36),
thirty seven (37 , thirty-eiuht (38), forty-three
(43), and forty-four (44), all in tbe l,e Mar's ad
dition 'o the town of A lost*, as per map of said
l.c Mar's addition recorded in book 16, pages
75 and 7(i of Miscellaneous recoids of Los An
veles • ounty in the county recorder's office.
Also ten (10) acres of land, described as fol
The northeast one-fourth (N. M %) of the i
northeast one-fourth iN. E. of the southwest
one-fourth (S. W. 1 .,; of section 29, township 1
2d. Lots seven (7), eight (8), nine (9), ten
(10), eleven(li) and twelve (12),0f block I,of
M. D. Painter's subdivision, recor ed in book
18, i age 26, miscellaneous records of Los An- /
geleß county, California, being the north 53 I
acres of block "Q" of the subdivided lands of
J. H. Painter and B. P. Ball, as reorded ln
I book 4, page 549, miscellaneous records of Los
I Angles county, California.
3d. The undivided one-half interest in the
I followiug described property, lying and being
in the city and cou'ity of Los Angel«, Califor
nia, and bouuded sud particularly described aa
Bounded on the east by Upper Main street
and having a front of twenty-one and one-half
yards; ou the north by an alley wav, and being
twenty-nine yards iv depth; on the south by
the proptrty formerly belonging to Saint Ange
and being twenty-nii c yarf s in depth, and on
tho west ay the property of Sabichl and being
twenty-oue and one-half yards front, and being
the same land heretofore conveyed by deed of
date May 4, 1853, by Yenacio Del Valle to
Hnnoraio P«nel»n and Adrian Davouat. and
recoidi din th recorder's office of Los Angeles
county, in nook No 1 of deeds, paire 377. To '
which reference is ha i. The alley wny above
mentioned Is vow called Bellevue avenue.
4th. Also, u,e following described personal
pnperiy: Cert.ficate No. 15, dated February
19, 1 89<i calling tor 396% shares of the capital
stock of the ,v)o tt Water and Development
company, •landing upon the books of said enm
t>-nv In he name of the defendant Thomas
Mer, dlih, issued by said Alosta Water and De
velopment it ■mpany.
Tog- ther with all and singular the tenements,
hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto
beioualug, or in any wise appertaining.
Public notice is hereby given that, en Wednes
day, the 2d day "f November, A. D. 1892. at 12 )
o'clock m. of that day, in front of the Court- Al
house doorof the County of Los Augcles, I will, i
ln obedience to said order of sale and decree of I
foreclosure and sale, se 1 the above described a
property, to satisfy said judgment, with Interest '
and costs, etc., to the highest and best bidder, for t
■ ■tf It, gold coin of the D. 8. J
Dated this 6th day of Ootob-r, 1892. fl
E. D. GIBSON, U
Sheriff of Los Angeles County. ,*I
By F. C. Hannon, Deputy Sheriff. |
Graves. Omklvcny and Shankxand, Atty's /
for plaintiff. 1041 tutt f&J