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IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
An Anti-Chinese Crusade—School Open
Pasadena, >43ept. 19.—There ia a move
ment on foot in thia city to start a cm-
Bade against the Chinese, but as yet it
has not developed very far. A mass
meeting ia talked of, and ateps have been
taken to secure the Tabernacle for tbat
purpose if possible.
Just what good is hoped can be done
by stirring up the Chinese question in
Paaadena ia bard to ace, as the number
oi Chinese employed in this oity ie ex
ceedingly email and confined almost ex
clusively to servants and cooks. Aaide
from these there are very few Chinese
employed, and the wash men and veget
able venders make up the whole list.
The meeting, if held, will be at an
early date, bnt it ia not known whether
or not it will under the auspices of any
society or labor organization.
A JOLLY EXCURSION.
The excuraion given by the Knights of
the Maccabees to Rubio canon 1 last even
ing was a complete success from begin
ning to end, and a most enjoyable even
ing was spent by those participating.
The special train which left here at 7
o'clock carried a crowd of about 200,
which added to those who went up
earlier in the day made a total ol nearly
260 people who took part in the excur
aion. At the pavilion everything possi
ble waa done for the comfort and enter
tainment oi the gueata, and it goea with
out aaying that full advantage was taken
of the opportunity offered.
The orchestra furnished excellent
music, and the young people kept it
well employed up to the leaving hour.
Professor James gave a short lecture
on tbe outside of the pavilion, cutting it
shorter than naval on account of the
It ia to be regretted tbat an opportu
nity waa not afforded the audience to
hear hia astronomical lecture, accom
panied by the excellent photographic
views of the moon, which were exhibited
at hia lecture on, Wednesday eveping
It baa, however, been arranged to give
a series of these lectures on Saturday
evenings, commencing this week.
The return home of the party waa
mads in abort order, Jannie Mills act
ing as chorus leader, to a strong cast of
voices tbat made the trip only too short
by their melodious selections.
Aa previously announced, examina
tions will be held in the Wilson school
on Thursday and Friday of thia week,
when carda of admission will be given
to new pupils who make applications
for them. All pupils should present
themselves at 9 a. m. on Thursday.
Parents are requested to note the Btate
law requiring vaccination and have it
attended to at once and so save time.
Saturday will be devoted to teachers'
meetings, and on Monday, September
25th, principals and teachers will be
busy in organizing ecboola and classes
bo that pupils who bave not received
cards will wait till Tuesday or any
Echool day after when they may apply
efore 9 a. m. to the principal in their
The schools desire to thank Mr. Her
man R. Uertel for the gift of a Colum
bian atlas to each of the five echoolß in
the district; also, to thank Mr. I. C.
rorranee for a donation of electrical
magazines to the high school.
Throop Polytechnic institute opens
tomorrow morning with a large increase
nf attendance over last year. The new
building is not yet fully ready for occu
pancy, but a portion of the rooms will
be used and the whole building will be
turned over in a short time.
A new trial has been granted in the
mandamus case brought against Justice
The ladies' aid society of the Presby
terian church meets at Mrs. Fife's on
Worcester tomorrow at 4 o'clock.
Or. and Mrs. H. A. Pittman of Ehren
purg, Arizona, are visiting in the city.
Dr. Pittman is United States surgeon
or the Mojave Indian reservation.
There Are 800 Children Knrolled—Local
Pomona, Sept. 19.—Those who left
Pomona today via the Southern Pacific
(or points in the east were: G. W.
ttomick, wife and daughter, for McFar
land, Kan,; Misses Mattie B. Hart and
\nnie Caeon, for Chicago, 111.; Mrs.
Hawkins, for Kansas City, Mo., and,).
Lilly for Greenville, Texas, Those leav
ng tonight or tomorrow morning, via
jhe. Santa Fe route, are: Mrs. E. C.
Horse, for Pittsburg, Mass.; Elmer. E,
irmour and little son Harry for Clove
ann, Oi, and Mr. W. G. Weiss, oi Stein
fe Weißa, for Chicago, Illinois.
Mr. J. B. Mooreß of Ontario is in tbe
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Henry loßt their
ittle child yesterday, and bave the Bym
/ath y of the community.
Such fogs as we have had for the past
norning or two are very detrimental to
he interests of those engaged in drying
•rapes juat now.
Mr. H. L. Armatrong, who has been
,baent for several days up north, is ex
pected home tomorrow or next day.
The city trustees will moot tonight at
,':3oin the city hall, and as the water
jommittee has made no call reasßem
>ling the adjourned mass meeting of
litizena in order tbat a report of their
avwtigation into the water options and
be stus of it, it is the opinion of mr.ny,
if not the prevailing feeling, that mere
will be a withdrawal of said options.
Mr. and Mrs. Asher, of tbe firm of
Nathan Conn & Co., left this afternoon
for Loa Angeles
We ace from this morning'e Associated
Frees dispatches that Mr. J. A.Packard,
father of John E. Packard, had married
and left for California. He haa spent
the greater portion of hia time for tbe
past few yeara in the vicinity of Po
The number of puplla enrolled in our
schools yesterday waa 856, being 70more
tban on tbe first day of tbe last scholas
tic year; it la the opinion of those
beat veraed in the matter that the
aggregate enrollment will in ronnd num
bers foot up 1000 thia term. This, when
one considers the drain upon our young
people made by our worthy sister insti
tution, Pomona college, at Claremont,
certainly speaks well for our town.
Mre. D. S. Hill haa returned from her
16-montha' tour in the statea of New
York, Indiana, Michigan and Kanaaa.
She apeaka in well pleased terms ol her
trip and sojourn.
The marshal has begnn the collection
of the dog tax, as he now has the tags
ready, and he informs us that the dog
catcher will be close upon hia heels; so
if yon have a dog you value, and don't
desire it killed, it stands you in hand to
ace City Marshal John W. Lorbeer and
ease hia demands.
Meeting or the Trostees—Real Estate.
The District Fair.
Santa Ana, Sept. 19.—The city board
of trustees met at the city halt last even
ing, Hankey and Henry being absent.
Poundmaater Waffle handed in hia
resignation, which waa accepted.
The cloaing of Sycamore atreet occu
pied the attention of the board. .
The citjj? attorney reported in refer
ence to the cloaing of Sycamore atreet
that the beard of education had never
opened aaid atreet, though he wonld not
not aav that it had not been dedicated.
T. J. C. Webster made a talk in ref
erence to the closing ol the street. He
aaid that aeveral residences had been
built oh aaid etreet, and that now it had
'been closed by a barbed wire being
stretched across it to the great incon
venience of said residents. He Baid
that it waa a dangerous obatruction, in
asmuch ac people had driven into it at
night, injuring their animate.
Mr. Walker protested against the
closing, saying that be had purchased
land where he had built a reaidence,
with the understanding that it waa an
open thoroughfare, and it had been so
regarded for aix yeara; but now he waß
completely shut out.
President Edinger aaid tbat if the
property owners on that Btreet wonld
make a tender of the land in front of
their lots, tbe board wonld then proba
bly act in the matter, and open the
No action was taj»en by the board.
Engineer A ttwood reported that the
city well No. 2' is flowing more water
than tiie city la;.jibl«,to consume at
Henry Neill was il 4(gpdinted pound
No change in tbe rules for using city
water will he made till October Ist.
Mr. E. D. Waille made a plea ior the
reconsideration ot licensing 'buses: He
said that he thought that transient
'buses should be made to pay $2 per
FA IK DIRECTORS MEET.
.In addition to the report of the fair
directors' meeting yesterday tbe board
ordered the head officers of the various
departments to employ the help needed.
Mr. Parker was added to the hall com
mittee. President Pleasant was author
ized to employ a marshal and starting
REAL ESTATE CHANGES,
Following are real estate transfers re
J. P. Fuller of Colton has Bold to Al
bert Fuller of San Juan, for $1200, five
acres of land and a lot on River street, in
the latter town.
31. Carrie Wilber of Cass connty,
Michigan, has Sold to Catharine Fackler
of Jefferson City, Mo., lots 9 and 10,
block 4, of Salesbury'B addition to Santa
Ana, for 1366,
Annie 8. Freeman of Boston and B. B.
Handy of Rivereide have sold to Charles
W. Vanderlip 20 acres south of the race
track for J4OOO.
There waa filed for record today a deed
made September 29,1888, conveying four
lota in block Buena Park, from Jamea
A. Whittaker to E. F. Kellogg and L. G.
Kellogg, for $750.
A deed made March 1, 1889, and re
corded today, conveya from Lionel
Browning to Adele Browning, hia wife,
50 acres near Anaheim, three lota in
Fullerton and all the pereonal property
of which he may be possessed at the
time of hia death, in conaideration oi
love and affection.
The Salvation Army will hnve a big
time in this city Saturday and Sunday
Mra. John Lowe haa returned from
the world's fair.
C. A. Mead left ior a visit east yester
Tho Bank of Orange has brought suit
against the Orange, McPherson and
Modena street railway company, O. P.
Chubb, George W. Moore, W. G. Mc
pherson, Joel B. Parker and T. J. Lock
hart to recover $755, the balance due on
a promissory note made by the railway
company and endorsed by tbe other de
fendants. This is the road which ran
to El Modena during the boom days.
A Prosperous Community—Notes and
Cpmpton, Sept. 19.—The people of our
community ought to be the most happy
and contented of any on earth. We
bave no destitution among ns, and
while we hear the plaint of desperate
hard times every where, we are prosper
Mr. Bise has moved into Oabe
Moody's house, just east of town.
Mrs. Henry King's health ie improv
A large attendance ia expected at the
LOS ANGELES IIERALD: WEDNESDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 20. 1893.
world's fair panorama at W. C. T. U.
hall next Friday evening.
Mr. Amos Eddy died died at 5
o'clock yesterday afternoon. He haa
been ailing for about 18 months with
ossification of the lunga. Mr. Eddy has
lived here for about 25 years, and waa
highly respected by all who knew him.
He was an honorable citizen and an up
right man. Hia funeral will be preached
at the Congregational church tomorrow
at 11 o'clock.
Mr. Isaac Jenkina ia the prond father
of a nine pound boy. Mother and baby
Mra. Moody has bought Mra. San
tong's stock of millinery and moved it
to her houae.
Lawyer Punnigan of Los Angeles was
in Compton yesterday, prosecuting a
claim of Mr. Harkells vs. Mrß. Hay
Fin* Weather and Plenty or Visitors.
Santa Monica, Sept. 19.—The weather
ia sublime and far superior to any we
we have been having for some time.
The hotels are all comfortably well
filled, and there seems to be very little,
if any, dimunition in the number of
rented cottages. Of course there are a
number of new faces, and the kind oil
enjoyment or special fad is changed,
hunting and driving being tbe special
BOARD OF TRUSTEES.
The board of trustees at their meeting
on Monday night, after ordering war
rants drawn to pay sundry bills,ordered
tbe clerk to pay back the difference be
tween last year's rate, namely, 70 cents
and 50 cents, this year a2O cent rebate
onevery hundred dollars of personal
property tax already collected this year.
An ordinance was passed regulating
the moving of buildings. An ordinance
was also passed regulating the building
of cesspools. In both cases they will
have to be done under the supervision
of street superintendent and street com
mittee. They also made the following
designation of places where the public
electric lights are to be stationed; Cor
ner Lake and Strand streets ; west end
of bridge No 2; corner Railroad and
Ocean avenue on bridge No. 1; corner
Railroad avenne and Fourth street; cor
ner Utah avenue and Third street; cor
ner Second street and Oregon avenue;
corner Fifth street and Arizona avenue;
corner Seventh street and Utah avenue;
corner Third etreet and Nevada avenue;
corner Ocean and Arizona avenue; cor
ner Seventh and Nevada avenue.
THE ARCADIA TO REMAIN OPEN.
The Arcadia is to remain open through*
out the year, winter and summer, is the.
Welcome news of the day. Its means
far more than the casual observer may
think and will give Santa Monica the
prestige of the superb hoßtelery which
haa alwaya been the home of pleasure,
comfort and luxury. It will also be con
ducted in a first-class manner. Mr. S.
Reinhart never having nranaged a house
in any other way, his name being a
synonym for luxrious living. Those
who have passed tbe summer days at
the bouae can agree with ua in that re
apect, bat tbey do not begin to realize
the comfort and luxury of the abode of
pleasure when the autumn and winter
daya have come. It is then the com
forts of tbe well appointed house and
luxury on sun parlor come into play and
the aunny rooms heated by ateam when
necessary, and the breeze loaded with
the perfume of the countless floral gems
in park in front give even the most deli
cate of invalids a happy sense of rest and
contentment. It iB there the air ia free
from all fog and Cataiina, the ".People's
Isles of Eden," seem to be only a .short
distance away and the mountains at our
very doors. Life is far more enjoyable
here in winter than summer, driving
about the adjacent country, being the
acme of enjoyment. Hunting superior,
fishing par excellent and bathing superb.
This leads me to one kind of bathing
that is then particularly delightful,
UOT OCEAN WATER BATHS.
At the North Beach bath house, where
the facilities are excellent, the baths are
given to in increasing number of pa
trons, until it now is only a question oi
how many batha the eapabie manage
ment are able to give. The luxury of a
hot bath ia immense and their curative
powers manifold. There ia no other
bath which like tbeae makea the bather
feel as if be or she were born anew in a
world of sunshine and pleasure.
LOCALS AND PERSONALS.
Mrs. W. L. Bood has rented and after
thoroughly overhanling, etc., the New
York restaurant, has reopened it, mak
ing it a coey retreat for those whom
hunger makes aeek .her palatable viands.
There ia a change of time card on the
Santa Fe, the traine leaving here at 9
a. m., 3:05 and 5:40 p. m. The 5:40
will without doubt form a popular train,
aa it will enable' guests to remain here
all day before returning homeward.
B. R. Harris left yesterday for Tulare
and the north, intending to viait eeveral
points of interest prior to returning,
although his trip is one of business
Mrs. J. W. Rutherford of New York is
spending a few days here.
* Miss Lottie Chaff ant of Boyle Heights,
who has summered here, is considered
to be one of the most expert lady swim
mers on the coast, her diving and long
distance swimming being truly remark
1 have been asked by a large number
of old-timers to thank the city council
and board of health, through the col
umns of the Herald, the people'stpaper.
Unlike the DM Process
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It is delicious, nourishing, and easily
Sold br Grocers everywhere.
W> BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass.
for tbe appointment of Mr. Charles
Hayden to the position of meat and
milk inspector. Mr. Hayden, who has
lived many years in Southern California,
haa b'r a straightforward business life
made himself peculiarly fitted for the
place, his training specially fitting bim
for the' position, and one and ail of the
old gunrd are more tban pleased at the
recognition to one of their number
when nil favors seem to be given to the
Item, of Interest.
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eral waters, sodas, etc. Opposite postoflice.
A Petition far the Pardon of Mendez.
A Catting Affair.
RivEitsiDE, Sept. 19.—A petition ask
ing for the pardon of a man named
Mendez, who is now in state prison, is
being circulated for tbe signatures of
the jar-men and officers of the court
who took an active part iv Mendez's
conviction. He was convicted of rape
and sentenced by Judge Goodman to 17
yeara in the penitentiary in 187(1, and
and has served eight years of his term.
He waa a resident 'of Rincon when the
deed watt committed. He ia thought to
be dyini; of consumption, hence the
effort being made to release him. Judge
Campbell, was diatrict attorney. Captain
Gill waa sheriff and 8. B. Hinkley of
this city served as one of tbe jurymen
when Mendez was convicted.
A CUTTING AFFAIR.
J. W. Holmes and a man named
Cusick, who were arrested for disturb
ing the peace Saturday night, were up
before Judge Potter last evening at 6
o'clock. Holmes, who was badly cut,
is in a serious condition. Cusick, who
is charged with being responsible for
Holmes' injuries, haa secured Attorney
Adair to defend him when both cases
are called today. The row between the
two men, who were full of whiskey, was
caused by Cusiclx accusing Holmes of
robbing him of $35.
A 810 SUIT.
From the appearance of things yester
day the Riverside Banking company
will probably be forced into liquidation
by a suit filed in tbe superior court.
The First National bank of
Los Angeles is plaintiff and the
defendants are J. E. Brenneman,
O. T. Dyer, Orin Backus, E. E.
Dyer and A. Keith, and the amount for
whioh the action is brought is $35,870.
--74 with interest at 8 per cent from Sep
tember 16, 1892. After the filing of the
complaint an attachment was issued and
levied upon considerable real estate
owned by Mr. Backus and Mr. Brenne
man. At the time mentioned in the
complaint the First National bank of
Los Angeles advanced about $30,000 on
collateral securities which were ade
quate to cover the loan. The bank to
protect its interests secured tbe stock
holders of the Dyer bank's joint note
for $100,000 io be held aa additional col
lateral for the $30,000 loan and for sums
which might be subsequently advanced.
The edit ia based on this transaction,
therefore the Dyer bank waa not made
a party in this action.
Arrangements have been made by tbe
labor committee to have L. K. Bruce
conduct a labor bureau.
Misa Call met with a serious injury
by falling from a chair yesterday.
The High school will open Friday for
the registration of students.
Bernice Alman ducked a Chinaman in
a water trough yesterday at a cost of $3.
The Y. M. C. A. wiil meet in special
session this evening at 8 o'clock.
Great Inorease in the Attendance at the
San Behnardino, Sept. 19, —The pub
lic echool opened yesterday with a large
attendance. The educational system of
this city is . under tbe supervision of 35
teachers, and bids fair to be one tbe
most successful terms taught for some
time. About 1100 pupils presented
themselves on the opening day. The
high schools opened wiih 210 pupils in
attendance, an increase of over 30 per
cent. After a short address by Super
intendent Beattie the following assign
ment of teachers was made:
Morris C. James, of John Hopkins
Paul J. Mohr, Oberlin college, math
ematics and German.
N. A. Richardson, Kansas Agricultur
al college, physical science.
Miss Mary Lowe Stevens, Wellesley
college, English literature and history.
E. 1). Wycfcoff, Knox college and
Chicago Theological seminary, vocal
H. E. Perrin, Mankato, Minn., State
Normal school, book-keeping and pen
The correct attendance of each school
is recorded as follows: High school,
215; F street grammar school, 414; Mt.
Jferson, 84; Central, 70; Riley, 57;
Metoalf, 4(>; Ninth street, 47; B atreet,
42; Fourth atreet. 90; Urbita, 25; Rail
road, 15; total, fill.
Sheriff Booth is convalescing, after
several days' confinement, to his room.
The Buckeye club was entertained
last evening at tbe residence of J. Wig
nori on Colton avenue.
The asiiociated charities held a buoi
nesa mcc ting at the bouse of Mra. Gar
ner on F utreet at 2 o'clock today.
Charles E. Payne, who was so badly
crippled in a runaway last week, is get
ting along nicely.
A. Nutmeg Match will hold sway at the
the opera house Friday night.
Joe Rich, oflicial court reporter, is
home from n visit to the world's fair.
Hiß wife is still in Chicago and will not
be home for aom.s time yet.
A. B. Herring arrived from the white
city today, where he visited the big fair.
San Gabriel and Alliambra Orange Grow
The orange growers' meeting held at
Hotel Alliambra laat Wednesday even
ing wae quite well attended, altbongh a
much larger attendance would have been
much more pleasant. .Mr. Ohamblin of
Riverside gave a clear statement of the
Riverside plan of organization and mar
Every one present was ol" the opinion
that such an organization waß not only
practicable but desirable. A committee
of five was appointed to see what could
be done, and a motion to meet today was
A canvass by the commutes shows
many of tne largest growers to bt> heart
ily in favor of forming an association,
and the meeting this evening promises
to be full of interest.
The Young Boyle Heights yesterday
afternoon defeated ti.eTemple SStieott'by
a score of 6 to 4, in 12 innings.
The Display Made at tha Chamber of
For the past few days the exhibit hall
of the chamber of commerce has been
crowded from the boar of opening to
tbe time of closing by a crowd of both
easterners and Californians who desired
to see the biggest pumpkin in the world.
This large variety of squash, which
weighed no lees tban 314 pounds, was
shipped to tbe world'a fair on Monday.
While at the chamber it was the center
piece of a large collection of pumpkins
of various sizes, hues and shapes. The
assortment was most extended, embrac
ing the 50 pound squash looked upon aa
marveloua by the eaaterner, to the 314
pound Brobdlngnagian which ia neces
sary to cause Californians to take a second
look and appear surprised. There were
also four or five specimens weighing
from 155 to 250 pounds each.
Many persons visited tbe chamber
yesterday in hopes of seeing the 314
pound fellow, but as he had been aent
away they had to content themselves
with a good sized one weighing 155
pounds. In fact the majority of the
crowd thought at the firat glance that it
was the big specimen and began their
expressions of wonder until they aaw
the 155 pound label on the opposite side
of the vegetable.
After that they contented themselves
with becoming wide eyed over the three
pound tomato received from Mr. David
Brinkley of Eagle Rock.
A Oliiupee ot" Creorgo Sand.
I remember neither the name of the
theater nor of the play, only the look of
the bright lighted stage and the pretty
white house full of spectators. Mrs.
Sartoris was using a pair of turquoise
eyeglasses, through which she looked
about, and presently she whispered tc
me, "There, to your teft, in the box on
the first tier." I looked, expecting I know
not what, and my first impression wae
I saw some figures in the box—two
men standing at the back and a lady in
a front seat sitting alone. Bhe was a
stout, middle aged woman, dressed in a
stiff watered silk dross, with a huge
camoo, such as people then wore, at her
throat. Her black, shiny hair shone like
polished ebony. She had a.heavy red face,
marked browtf great dark eyes. There
was something—-how shall I say it?—
rather florce, defiant and set in her ap
pearance, powerful, sulky. She frighten
ed one a little. "That is George Sand,"
said Mrs. Sartoris, bending her head and
making a friendly sign to the lady with
her eyeglasses. The figure also bent its
head, but I don't remember any smila) or
change of that fixed expression.
The contrast struck me the more, for
my hostess, as I have said, scarcely need
ed to speak to make herself understood.
Her whole countenance spoke for her
even if she was silent. George Sand
looked half bored, half far away. She
neither lighted up nor awoke into greet
ing.—Mrs. Ritchie in Macinillan's Maga
The Fickle and Raging Missouri.
The current of the Mississippi river av
erages from 2i to 4 miles an hour in ve
locity, but a steamboatmati on the Mis
souri would bo pretty apt to call this still
water, as that stream taowln along under
ordinary circumstances at tlje rate of 8
and 10 miles an hour, and on state occa
sions it dovelops the speed of an ava
lanche. Engineers consider bridging the
Missouri a difficult accomplishment, as
the swift current is so versatile in it 3
Bourse and ruinous in its velocity that it
is impossiblo to predict where the chan- '
nel is liable to drift.—Altoti Sentinel.
The Term Spinster*
Among our industrial and frugal Eng
lish! forefathers it was a maxim that a
young woman should never he married
until she had spun herself a set of body,
tables and bed linen. From thie custom
ill unmarried women were termed spin
sters, an appellation they still retain in
all our law proceedings.—San Francisco
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US. LAND OFFICE, LOS ANGELES, CAL.,
. August 28th, lb<93.
Complaint having boen entered at this office
by William Mappa against George Gaukrodger,
his heirs or legal representatives, for failure to
comply with law as to Umber-culture entry No.
2702. dated June tub. 1.889, upon the SK 1 , sec
tion 34, township 8 north, rauge 14 west, 8. B.
M., In Los Angelea county, Caliloruia, with a
view to the cancellation of said entry; con
testant alleging that said George Gaukrodger
died on or a boat January 3d, 1892, unmarried,
leaving all his real property to bis two sisters,
who are aliens and natives of New Zealand;
that said George Uaukroilger tailed to plant or
cause to be planted 5 acres of said tract in
trees, seeds or cuttings at auy time between
June 6th, 18S9, and January 3d, 1892; that
since lilt decease and up to the present time
his heirs or lei;al representatives have not
planted or caused to be planted 5 acres of said
tract to timber, seeds or cuttings (copy of com-
Elaint hereto attached), the said parties are
ereby summoned to appear at this office on
the 22d day of November, 1893, at 10 o'clock
a. m., to respond und furnish testimony con
cerning said alleged failure.
W. H. SEAMANS,
Notice for Publication of Time for
Proving Will, Etc.
TN THE SUPERIOR COURT, STATE OF CAL-
X ifornia, County of l.os Angeles, ai.
In the matter of Hie estate of Horace F.
Notice is hereby glv Fn that Tuesday, the 3d
day of October, 1893, tit 10 o'clock a m, of said
day, at tbe court room l , of this court, depart
ment two thereof, in the city of Los Angeles,
county of Los Angeles t.nd state of California,
has been appointed as the time aud place for
hearlug the application of Mary E. Barker,
praying tbat a document now on file in this
court, purporting to be tb c last will and testa
ment of said deceased, bt* admitted to probate,
that letters testamentary >oe issued thereon to
her, at which time and pi ace all persons Inter
estad therein may appear snd contest tbe same.
Dated Sept. 18. 1893.
T. H. WARD, County Clerk.
By C. W. Blakk, Deputy,
C. A. Miller, attorney for iietitloner. [9-19 lOt
Notice for Publication of Time for
Proving Will, Etc.
IN THE SUPERIOR COCV.T, STATE OF
California, county of Los Angeles—ss.
In the matter of the estate of Arthur H. Mor
gan, deceased. , „ JJ „_ _
Notice is hereby given that Friday, the 22d
day of September, 1893, at 10 o'clock a m. of
said day, at the court room of this court. De
partment Two thereof, In the city of l.os Ange
les, county of Los Angeles, aud state of Cali
fornia, has been appointed as the time aud
place for hearlug the application ol Clara L.
Morgan, praying that a document no tr on file
In ibis court, purporting to be the last Will aud
testament of ibe said deceased, be admitted to
probate, that tetters testamentary be issued
tkereon to ber, at which time and place all
pe.-sons Interested therein may appear aud
contest the same.
Dated Sept. 5,1893.
T. H. WARD. County Clerk.
By C. W. Blakk, Deputy.
N. Shejmau, Attorney ior Petitioner.
IN THEBUPERIOR OQCRT OF THI COTJHTT
of Lo* Angeles, Bute of California.
Sarah C. Whigham, plaintiff, vs. F. 11. Bar
clay, H. J. Hunt, J. V?. Hendrick. J. 8. Chap
man, Ida Hancock, at administratrix of th*
estate of John Hancock, deceased; Francis Ti.
McDonnell, A A. McDonnell. Robert N. C. Wil
son, H. b. Shields, Julia McErlaln, John Woe,
Richard Roe, Mary Doe, defendants.
Action brougbt iv the Superior court of Los An
geles county, state of California, and the com
plaint filed in said county of Los Angelas, in
the office ol the clerk of -aid Superior court.
The people of the State ol California send
greeting to F. H. Barclay, H. J. Hunt, J. W.
Hendrick, J. 8. Chapman, Ida Hancock, aa ad
ministratrix of the estate of John Hancock, de
ceased; Francis X. McDonnell, A. A. McDon
nell, Robert N. C. Wil-on, H. 8. Shields, Julia
McErlaiu, John Doe, Richard Roe, Man See
You are hereby required to appear in aa ac
tion brougbt against you by the above named
plaintlfi in ibe Superior court of the county of
Loa Angeles, state of California, and to answer
the complaint filed therein, within ten daya
(exclusive ol the day of service) after the ser
vice on you of this summons—if served within
this county; or if served elsewhere, within
thirty days, or Judgment will be taken
against you according to the prayer of said
The said action is brought to obtain a decree
of this court vacating and setting aside the de
cree of foreclosure and order of sale, made In a
former action in said superior court, being
action No. 14.324 on the register of action of
said court, whtrelu Sarah C. Whigham waa
plaintiff, and F. H. Barclay and others were
defendants, which said action was Instituted
for the purpose of foreclosing the mortgage
hereinafter referred to; and also vacating and
setting aside the sale made on the 17th day ol
November, 1891, in pursuance of the (aid de
cree of foreclosure; aud also vacating the
sheriffs certificate of sale, issued in pursuance
ol said sale, which said certificate of sale ia
recorded in book 8, sheriff's certificates of sale,
page Sill; aud also vacating and setting aside
the sheriffs deed, make by the sheriff ol said
county to said plaintiff' In pursuance of aaid
certificate nn November IBtn, 1891, recorded
In book 8011 of deeds, page 2, la the oflice of
the county recorder of ssid county of Los An
geles. Also to recover Judgment against the
said defendant F. H. Barclay for the
sum of $5731.61. with interest at the rate of
12 per cent per annum from November 5,
1889, compounding quarterly; also to obtain a
decree of this court for tbe foreclosure of a
mortgage described in said complaint and exe
cuted by the said defendant. F. B. Barclay, on
the sth day of May. A. D. 1888, to secure the
payment of a certain promissory note, made by
said defendant. F. H. Barclay, on said sth day
ol May, A. D. 1888, to said plaintiff, for $5500.
gold coin, upon which said promissory note
and mortgage there has been paid the sum ol
$767, and uo more, and upon whioh promis
sory note and mortgage there is due and unpaid
a balance of $5731.61, with Interest thereon at
the rate of 12 per cent per annum, from No
vember 5,188 U. compounding quarterly: also
to recover judgment for the sum ol $21.90 laid
out aud expended by plaiutiff for taxes upon
the mortgaged premises, and for interest there
on at 12 per cent per annum, compounding
quarterly, from December 20, 1890, and
alto for the sum of $600 as reason
able counsel fee of plaintiff herein, as
provided in said mortgage; that the
premises described in said mortgage may be
•old and the proceeds applied to the payment of
the amount the court shall ascertain to be due
on said note and mortgage, or either, and for
such taxea. and for counsel fees,and for costsof
suit; and in case such proceeds are not suffi
cient to pay the same, then to obtain Judgment
lor the deficiency, and an execution against
said defendant, F. H. Barclay, and also that
each and all of the defendants, and all persons
claiming by, through or under them, or either
of them, may be barred and forever foreclosed
of all right, litio. claim, lien, equity of redemp
tion and interest in aud to said mortgaged
f '.remises, and for the appointment of a receiver
or said premises, and lor other and further re
lief. Reference Is had to aaid complaint lor
Aud you are hereby notified that If you fail to
appear and answer tne said complaint aa above
required, tbe said plaintiff will apply to the
court for the relief demanded In said com
(iiven nnder my hand and the seal of the
Superior ourt of the county of Los Angeles,
state of California, this 19th day ot April,
in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hun
dred and ninety-three.
[Seal.] T. H. WARD, Clerk.
By A. W. Skavbr, Deputy Clerk.
Z. B. West and Wellborn & Hutton atty's lor
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Notice of the Sale of Bonds of Ana
heim Irrigation District.
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT TJNTII
the 3d day of October,lB93, at 2 o'clock p b.
of that day. sealed proposals will be rtoelved by
the board ol directors of the Ananclm rrrt?..
tiou district, in the county of Orange, state ol
California, at their office intheclty of Anaheim,
county and »tate aforesaid, for the purchase of
two hundred thousand dollars.orsuchpartthere
ol as satisfactory bids may be received therefor,
of the ia*ue of the bonds of the district, which
Bald bonds were issued iv accordance with the
provisions of an act of the legislature, Known
as the Wright act, as amended by an act ap
proved March 20th, 1891, the entiie issue
then nf consisting of eleven hundred bonds of
the par value of $500 each, and live hundred
bonds of the par value of $100 each, dated July
1, 1893, aud payable In ten series as provided
in said act. interest and principal payable at
the oflice of the Union Trust company of San
Francisco, Cat, or at the office of the Metropol
itan Trust company of New York city, at the
option of the holder thereof.
Said proposals should be addressed to said
board, and endorsed, "Proposals for Purchase
of Bonds," and will be opened by said board on
the day and hour above mentioned and the
purchase awarded to the highest bidder, bnt
the board reserves the right to reject any and
all bids. Said proposals to be accompanied by
a certified check payable to the order of said
board In the amount ot two per cent of each
and all bids.
By order of said bjard.
B. V. GARWOOD, Secretary.
Dated Sept. sth, 1893. 9 9 30t
Notice for Publication of Time, for
Proving Will, Etc.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT, STATE OF
Caliloruia, county ot Los Angeles—ss.
In the matter ol the estate oi Luca Solscioh,
Notice is hereby given thit Friday, the 22d
d»y of September, 1893. at 16 o'olock a.m. ol
said day, at the court room of this court, De
partment Two thereof, in the city ol Loa Ange
les, county of Los Angeles, aud statu of Cali
fornia, has been appointed as the time and
place for hearing the application of John L.
Pavkovich, praying that a document purport
ing to be a lost oleozraphlc will and the last
will and testament of the said deceased be ad
mitted to probate, that letters testamentary be
issued thereon to John L. Pavkovich, at which
time aud place ail persons interested therein
may appear and contest the same.
Dated Sept. 5,1893.
T. H. WARD, County Clerk.
By C. W. Blake, Deputy.
J. Marlon Brooke, Esq., Attornay for Peti
tioner. 9-6 td
Notice Inviting Proposals to Pip»
Zanja in the City of Los Angeles.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED
by the undersigned up to 11 o'clock a m.
of Monday, September 25th. 1893, for tha pip
ing of that certain zanja iv the city of Los An
geles crossing Central avenue at the corner ol
Washington street, across said Ceutrai avenue,
with a cement pipe 22inches in diameter.
A certified check to the order ot the under
signed for $50.00 must accompany each pro
posal as a guarantee that the bidder will enter
into a contract if awarded to him in conformity
with his bid.
Couucll receives the right to reject any and
By order of the couucll of the city of Loa An
geles at its meeting of Sept.l ltb, 1893.
C. A. LUCKENBACH,
9-14 12t City Clerk.
.Notice Inviting Proposals to Least)
Reservoir Site No. 6.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED
by the undersigned up to 11 o'clock a.m. of
Monday, September 18, 1893, from persons de
sirous of leasing Reservoir Site Na 6 for one
year from and after October 1, 1893, the city
reserving the right to terminate said lease at
any time during said period by giving SO days'
notice thereof, and refunding to the lessee a
pro rata amount of rent therefor.
A certified check to the order of the under
signed for $50 must accompany each prrposal.
as a guarantee that the bidder will enter into
a contract if awarded to him in conformity
with bis proposaL
Council reserves tbe right to reject any and
By order of the Council of the city of Loa An
geles at its meeting of Sept. S, 1893.
9-8 lit C. A. LUCKENBACH, City Clerk.
Notice to Whom it May Couceru.
PAWNBROKERS' AUCTION SALE ACCORTJ-
Ing to law of unredeemed gold, ailver, filled
case and ulckel watches, diamond aud gold ear
rings, breastpins, rings, sleeve buttons collar
buttons, silverware, gold-headed cane* and um
brellas, clocks, guitars, mauculius, violin,bau
joe, pistols, guns rifles, opera glasse*, field glass
es, meerchaum pipes and cigar holders, over
coats, coats, pants and vesta, valises, trunks,'
book?, saddles, tiurveyara' Instruments, drums
and musical instruments, and all goods pawned
with me from July 1, 1892, te January 1, 1698,
at No. 143 North Main street.