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WOMAN'S WORLD MOW TO MAKE GREEK DRAPERY. Bat These Directions Are Not for the Very Fat or tbe Very Lean. It is a whim just now to be photo graphed in Greek costume. The idea is a good one, but how it is carried out! The average woman has a voluminous eccentricity of cheese cloth, made with much looping and several pieces of cord. This she puts on over corsets and stiff skirts. She looks like a "study of a woman in a pillow" when she is photo graphed. The proper Greek or Roman dress for a picture is made most simply, and a lesson in draperies is a good thing to learn. Use soft cheese cloth, or bet ter still crepe or China silk. If the stuff is forty inches wide one breadth will do for the front and one for the back. If the material is narrow sew two breadths together for the front and two together for the back. Run the two pieces on the same drawing string, letting the ends of the string come together in the middle of the edge of the front Hereout down a slit in the front so you can get into the gown. Now, get into it. Adjust it so that it is properly low necked. It should be drawn well down into a pointed neck, front and back. Tie a piece of tape around yourself well under the armpits and bust line. The neck should be drawn down almost to this belt. Yes; the dress is open at the sides. We have not come to that yet Have some one cut the front length, allowing for hem, so that it falls well to the floor. The back should be a little longer. Now the sides are sewed up in a seam that stops just under the arm. Thus, you see, an armhole is left Now for a sleeve that shall cover the under side of the arm at the shoulder. Cut a long tongue shaped piece of goods. Instead of squaring off the upper end, slant off that end into another point. The sleeve shape then is like two trian gular pieces set base to base, the one tri angle being very long and the other very much shorter. The short triangle doubles down under the arm, and is tucked into the slit of the armhole, and there sewed or pinned to the base ofethe two tri angles, is drawn around the arm and buttoned to the top of the shoulder. The long triangle hangs. If you like, the edges of the sleeve left hanging can be buttoned together again further down the arm, and the shape of the sleeve is easily modified to suit such arrangement. Your Greek dress is finished now. Wear it over a closely fitting and rather heavy low neck, woven under vest and a skirt made of India silk or very soft cassimere. The skirt hangs full aud soft and well to the floor in front and almost dragging in the back. This skirt should be made on a deep yoke, or if not the skirt should be drawn down over it and securely pinned that no fullness at the waistbands may betray through the outer garment the presence of a skirt. A chain of flat links or of medallions linked together is worn to hide tho tape belt. The costume cannot be graceful or Grecian unless corsets or stays are discarded. The chain belt is drawn close and up to the point of tbe neck, there fastened, and thus serves to support the figure and outline its contour. Another belt may be worn which rests on the hips and droops low in front. There should be no drapery except that afforded by the folds in the gown. These folds in the upper dress can be drawn close about the knees, showing the underskirt. In fact any classic ef fect can be obtained. A word to finish. Only a woman with fine arms and shoul ders should attempt such dressing. The very fat or the very thin will look better in something else.—New York Sun. "The Ideal Wire" Described. Whether with a view to give precision to "tho young man's fancy" at this pair ing season, or merely to keep the gentler sax informed regarding the demand in the matrimonial market, our contempo rary, The Young Man, has been inciting its readers to define "the ideal wife." The replies appear to agree that this per fect person must strive to exist solely for her husband's pleasure, profit and con venience. One tersely, if a trifle un grammatically, says: "There should be a healthy compact between the piano and the wringing machine, so that the dignity of labor is not superseded by the dignity of art, but each contribute to the domestic felicity." Another, who may have been dipping into Schopenhauer's abominable chapter on "Women," put his views into the epigrammatic form: "One whose life says 'my husband and V and not 'I and my husband.'" Cardi nal Wolsey's "Ego et meus Rex" would have been more appropriate still. Culling further samples from the epis tolary anthology, we find that in the view of various correspondents the ideal wife "has skill enough to cook a good dinner without being wasteful, taste enough to dress well without being ex travagant, tact enough to know when and how to speak;" and that, moreover, she must be "one whose love prompts her to do what she can to make a home on earth a stepping stone to a home in heaven." One matrimonial monopolist even goes so far as to say that she must "prefer the company of her husband to that of any other insin, and let people see it" We had al ways thought that' 'letting people see it" in such cases was considered bad manners.—London News. A Queer Occupation. ! It is possible that a new occupation has developed for that, in these days, übiquitous personage, "the clever wom an." A little more than a year ago a family suddenly put in straightened cir cumstances sat in council over the fut ure. A widowed aunt who was one of it was specially anxious to add her mite to the effort which it was realized must be put forth, but felt her incapacity. Her niece, a young girl, involuntarily sSlved the problem for her. "Aunt Nell could go out as 'cheerer,'" she said playfully. "That is what she has always been in this house. Really, aont." she continued, more earnestly, "perhaps that is your vocation. You know your poor sick people always say you cheer them up. Why couldn't you succeed as well among rich sick people? They would like your funny stories and your comfortable ways, I know." This was the crude idea, and in a modified form it was acted upon. "Aunt Nell" did begin to go about among half sick and convalescent persons as a sort of temporary companion with marked Buccess. Sh<3 read to them, told stories, and looked at things cheerfully. She had original ideas, tact and discrimina tion, and succeeded wonderfully with ailing children and nervous persons. One patron suggested her to another un til she found her time fairly well em- ployed, when her varied career was sud denly cut short this spring by her ac ceptance of a permanent home as the companion and comfort of a yonng girl afflicted with a hopeless spinal malady. There is perhaps a suggestion in the recital, though, after all, the office is merely a special phase of the general one of companion.—Her Point of View in New York Times. Victoria's Personal Servant. Referring to tho reports of the queen's departure, describing how, when her majesty embarked, she leaned on the arm of an Indian attendant, while the Duke of Connaught walked behind, a London correspondent writes: "Her majesty, who is faithful in her likes as she is pronounced in her aversions, has put the Indian in the place occupied by the famous John Brown, who for many years watched over his sovereign's safe ty with a zeal that was religious in its utter devotedness. The Indian succes sor to John Brown began to take rank about the time of the jubilee. He is a splendid fellow, stalwart but supple, gifted with the curtly dignity that comes natural alike to the well bred Hindoo or Mohammedan; he has also the gentleness of a woman and the rev erence of it child. "To him the sovereign is more than queen of Great Britain. She is also empress of nearly three hundred millions of his fellow subjects in India. Anyhow, his qualities have commended him to her majesty as a suitable personal at tendant. Hence he now rides at the back of the queen's carriage; he leads her pony, he is ever by her side ready to fetch or carry, and, greatest honor of all, he is permitted to lend his arm to sup port his royal mistress' steps when she is weary or the way is difficult, or the in jured knee troublesome." Mrs. Astor Eulogised. In a sketch*of the late John Jacob As tor, the Rev. Dr. Morgan Dix, of Trinity church, said before the Genealogical and Biographical society of New York: "New York society is a living entity, and has an existence of its own. In it, as in everything else, there is good and there is evil. In our society there is no crown, no hereditary aristocracy to set the fashion, but the leadership devolves upon those to whom the headship is tac itly conceded. "Mrs. Astor was one of this Dumber, and so assiduously did she attend to her duties that it ended in shortening her life. She knew that she must set a good example to society; that doors must be closed against dubious women and men with profligate tastes. She knew the extravagance, the low rivalry and the secret or open sympathy with an age which tended to corrupt the heart. It may be said for her that society was rendered the purer for her loftier ideals." Dr. Dix said that be had good proof that Mr. and Mrs. Astor spent easily $100,000 a year in unostentatious chari ties. Mrs. Astor herself used frequently to visit the midnight mission which she had established in simple garb as Sister Augustine, her identity being unknown to the inmates. A Girl Tackles a Bit; Snake. Last year a monster snake was seen in the neighborhood of Donnell's mill, in this county, and its length was various ly estimated by several parties who saw it at from eight to fifteen feet. Jimn at tempt was made to kill it, but it went into a thicket on the banks of the creek. Nothing more was seen of this mon ster snake until Friday, when Miss Ida L. Robinson saw a cow, the property of Mr. Abner Schoolfield, down and strug gling, and went to see what was the matter. Imagine her surprise to see, coiled around the neck of the cow, an immense snake some four inches in di ameter and at least ten feet in length. The cow was being choked to death, and the brave girl took hold of the snake with both hands, and, being a strong girl, she with great difficulty got it loose, or perhaps frightened it until it uncoiled itself and ran into the thicket. After awhile the cow, with aid from the lady, got upon its feet and was driven home. The snake was of a brown color, and showed no signs of striking or bit ing, as is common to all our native snakes, hence it is believed to be an ana conda, which has made its escape from some menagerie.—Greensboro Record. A Popular Librarian. The dismissal of Mrs. Mary Morancy as state librarian of Mississippi, after fourteen years of faithful and efficient service, has provoked widespread discus sion in the south, and a petition is in cir culation asking that she be restored to office. Mrs. Morancy was the first woman to hold astute office in Mississippi. When she took charge of the library it was badly catalogued, incomplete and lum bered with worthless matter. With a constantly diminishing appropriation for the purchase of books Mrs. Morancy made the Mississippi library the second in value of its kind in the Union, the Massachusetts library only outrankingit. As a librarian she was an expert. She knew the contents pf every book in her care, and most of this intimate knowl edge came from her constant and care ful revision of the catalogue. Her re moval is regretted not only by her friends, but also by the judges, legisla tors, state officials and lawyers, many of whom depended on her to hunt up cita tions and references needed in their work.—New York World. A Suggestion. If you are troubled with rheumatism or a lame back, allow us to suggest that you try the following simple remedy: Take a piece of flannel the size of the two hands, saturate it with Chamber lain's Pain-Balm and bind it over the seat of pain. It will produce a pleasant warmth and relieve you of all jiain. Many severe cases have been cured in this way. The Pain Balm can be ob tained from C. F. Heinzeman, 222 North Main street. THE LOS AXOELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 19. 18!)<. MIDICAL. DON'T TAKE Medicines that pretend to do the work of The ef of most of them are w*' r s c than the diseases they pretend to cure. There is but one permanent cure for contagious blood poison, and that is to be found in VBißpa And it is the only medicine that will KtaßSSsaa3->e<9l permanently destroy the effects of MERCURIAL AND POTASH POISOMMI. It is a purely vegetable remedy, entirely harmless, anil yet it is the most potent blood purifier ever discovered. Book OB Blood and Skin Diseases Free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta, Ga. FACTS Stranger than Fiction Truth Mighty! Right Prevails! Dr. Liebig & Co., San Francisco's Old est, Most Successful and Reliable Specialists, Have Opened Per manent Offices at 123 S, .Main St., Los An geles, Cal. Los Angeles is crowded with so-called "Doc tors," incompetent as they are unskillful and unreliable, many being unqualified and un licensed, whose unskillful treatment is caus ing thousands of chronic diseases, and on ac count of enormous increase in special practice in Southern California Dr. Liebig & Co., San Francisco's old reliable specialists, physicians and surgeons, have opened permanent offices at 123 South Main street, Los Angeles, Cal Dr. Liebig & Co., proprietors of the Liebig World Dispensary of San Francisco, Butte City, Mont, Kansas City, Mo., have had twenty-five years' special practice in San Francisco. On equaled success in the treatment and cure of all special, private and complicated diseases of meu. All desiring expert medical or surgical care should call for free consultation at 123 S. Main street, Los Angeles, Cal., where every ap pliance, instrument and device for curing spec ial diseases is used. All who trust themselves for treatment at the Liebig World Dispensary will have the benefit of the combined siill of the staff of specialists, where the latest remedies known to scientific research are carefully pre pared in Dispensary Drug Store. All desiring speedy, sate and confidential treatment should apply to the oldest, laigest and reliable surgical institute. Having the ma jority of all the important cases of chronic dis eases of men resulting from badly treated or neglected primary cases, l)r Liebig & Co. of Liebig World Dispensary, effects cures at half the usual prices charged by inconiputent phy sicians. While diseases of men ore specially treated, yet female complaints receive careful attention. The special surgeons and physicians of the Liebig World Dispensary are as qualified to treat delicate complaints of females as they are to cure complicated diseases of men. Sep arate offices for lady patients. Surgical operations upon tumors, deformities, varicocele, Hydrocele, and all cases requiring surgical operations specially solicited and suc cessfully operated upon. New treatment has lately been adopted which has proved to be the only successful method of curing weakness, spermatorrhoea, nervous de bility, lo.s of vigor, vitality or manhood. The new illustrated family surgical paper should be read by the sick and the well—a fam ily medical journal, every line of it: a surgical paper, every inch of it; contains more valuable information than all the family doctor books combined, and sent free to any address. The very latest confidential book for men is also sent free to men stating age and symptoms of .their tlisciisc Patients out of Los Angeles treated by corres pondence, and remedies, securely packed, sent by express. Surgeons will visit country pa tients to perform surgical operations when de sired. # IMPORTANT TO LADIES. The lady surgeon of the Liebig World Dispen sary of Sah Francisco will personally superin tend the treatment of all delicate, intricate, weakening and complicated diseases of women; also personally perform all surgical operations known to modern science, at the Los Angeles Surgical Institute and Liebig World Dispensary, at 123 Bouth Main street. Los Angeles, Cal. ARE WE Right or IVrong? A Shoe Dressing must restore the bril liancy of a worn shoe, and at the same time preserve the softness of the leather. LADIES will the Dressing you are using do both ? Try it! * Pour a dessert spoonful of your Dressing into a saucer or butter plate, set it aside for a few days, and it will dry to a substance as hard and brittle as crushed glass. Can such a Dressing be good for leather? Wolff's ACME Blacking will stand this test and dry as a thin, oily film which is as flexible as rubber. 25 Dollars worth of Hew Furniture for 25 tontt. HOW? By painting 25 square feet of Old Furniture with M A fAIHT THAT BUI % ITtY 11*. WOLFF A. RANDOLPH, 027 North Front Street PHILADELPHIA. ILLICH'S RESTAURANT. Everything New and First-Class. 146 and 147 N. Main Street, ap29-tf JERRY ILLICH Proprietor "tents, AWNINCS, FLAGS, TRUCK, HAY AND WAGON COVE US. A.W. SWANFELDT, 115 E. Second Street. Take Notice —I have removed from No. 202 East Second. 4-7-3 m G ' -7; REDONDO BEACH HOTEL|(- SPECIAL RATES BY WEEK OR MONTH. EIGHTEEN MILES FROM LOS ANOELES via Redondo Railway and Banta Fe R. R. notcl new, and supplied with all modern improve ments—elevator, incandescent lights, etc. Hot and cold water and grates in all rooats. Halls and public rooms thoroughly warmed Beautiful dining room, commanding a fine view of the ocean. First-class Band for dining room and ball room In constant attendance Lawn .tennis, billiards aud other amusemeuts. Splendid boating fishing and surf bathing. Average winter temperature, (11 degrees. Tbe marine and mountain views at Redondo are unrivalled and the sunsels beyond descrlptien. Nervousness, irsomula and asthma speedily and in most [cases permanently relieved. Table unsurpassed on the coast. Management liberal and progressive. Terms moderate For furthe information, address, K. W. ROOT, Manager. CALIFORNIA SEWER PIPE i.COM PANY. lOCATION OF PRINCIPAL PLACETOF U business, city of Los Angeles, county of Los Angeles, State of California. Notice: There is delinquent upon the follow ing described stock, on account of assessment No. 3, levied on the 10th day of April, 1891, by the California Sewer Pipe Company, tbe follow ing amounts set opposite the names of the res pective shareholders, a& follows: Names of No. of No. of Stockholders. Certifie'e. Shares, Ajgumnt C. A. Buckley 93 50 11,000 00 Henry Schwartz 2(5 50 1,000 00 Alfred Todhunter 101 5 .100 00 Alfred Todhunter 126 in 200 00 Alfred Todhunter 12S 5 100 00 John P. Moran 11 20 400 00 JohnP.Moran 15 30 IiOOOO John P. Moran S4 19 3SO OO JohnP.Moran 94 2ft 500 00 John P. Moran 95 5 100 00 JohnP.Moran lit! 50 1,000 00 JohnP.Moran 117 50 1.0(H) 00 H. C. Witmer 90 100 2,000 00 H. C. Witmer 97 50 1,000 00 Mrs.ElizabethM.Ketch am 119 25 500 00 And in accordance with the law and an order of the board of directors of the Colifornia Sewer Pipe Company, made at a meeting thereof held on the 10th day of Api 11, 1891, so many shares of each parcel of said stock as may be necessary will be sold, at the office of said company, No. 248 South Broadway, in the city of Los Angeles, county of Los Angeles, State of California, on Monday, the Sth day of June 189i,at 10 o'clock a. in., to pay such delinquent assess ments thereon, together with costs of advertis ing aDd expenses of sale. May 21, 1891. S. H. MOTT, Secretary of the California Sewer Pipe Com pany, No. 24S South Broadway, city of l.os Angeles, county of Los Angeles, State of Ca i fornia. Notice is hereby given: That by an order of the Board of Directors of the California Sewer Pipe Company passed at a meeting 1 hereof held on Monday, the Sth day of June, 18.01, and duly entered iv the minutes of said meeting, the time for the sale of the stock mentioned in the foregoing notice was extended to Saturday, the 20th day of June, 1891. at 10 o'clock a. m., at which time said sale will be made, at th - place mentioned in the foregoing notice of sale. Dated June 8, 8. H MOTT, Secretary of the Californio Sewer Pipe Com pany. No. 248 South Broadway, city of Los Angeles, county of Los Angeles, State of Cali fornia. 6-9 td Notice of Receiver's Sale in Insol vency of Stock of Jewelry and Fixtures. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT BY virtue ol an order of sale duly given and made by the Superior Court of the county of Los Angeles, state of California, in a proceed ing in insolvency therein pending, entitled "In the Matter of Frederick Linde, in Insol vency." No. 15,380, on the register of actions of said court, the undersigned, receiver of the estate of said insolvent debtor, will, on Mon day, the 22d day of June, 1891, commencing at 2 o'clclock p. m., and at the store lately con ducted by said Frederick Linde. No. 212, on the east side of North Spring street, in the Temple block, city of lamj Angeles, county and state aforesaid sell at public - auction, for cash, to the highest bidder, the stock of merchandise and fixtures belonging to Bald estate, and con sisting of silver-plated ware, eye-glasses, gog gles and spectacles, clocks, opera and Held glasses, canes, general assortment of jewelry, gentlemen's and ladies' watches, couuter show cases, window show cases, counter, mirror shelves, chandeliers, stools: also ono merchant jeweler's Iron safe, but such safe to be sold only in the event the court shall decide the same not to be exempt from sale An inventory of said property may be exam ined upon application to the undersigned at the office of the sheriff, old court house, city of Los Angeles, and permission may be there also ob tained at proper times to examine the property. should a satisfactory offer be received for said property as a whole (with the exception of said iron said, then the same will be ottered in one lot, otherwise in small parcels to suit purchas ers, as may be deemed most beneticial lo the estate. Terms, cash on delivery. Should said sale not lake place, or should the sale be commenced and not completed on said day, then the same will be continued to 10 o'clock upon the day following, and so on In like manner until completed. Dated June 10th, 1801. E. D. GIBSON Sheriff of the county of Los A'lgeles, and re ceiver in insolvency of the estate of Frederick Linde, an insolvent debtor. Graves, O'Melveny Si Shankland. Attorneys for Receiver. 6-17 td NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE. WH. PERRY LUMBER AND MILL COM • nany (a corporation), vs. J. R. Millard, J. K. Mtilkey and Los Angeles Furniture Com pany (a corporation); defendants. Sheriffs sale, No. 13,699. Order of sale and decree of foreclosure and sale. 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 ixis Angeles, of the State of California, on the 22d day of May, A I). 1891, in the above entitled action, wherein W. H. Perry Lumber and Mill Com pany (ii corporation), the above-named plaint iff, obtained a judgment and decree of fore closure and sale against J. R. Millard, et al., defendants, on the 11th day of December, A.D. 1890, for the sum of $5443.73, gold coin of the I'nited States, which said decree was on thellth day of December.A. D 1890, recorded in judgment book 25 of said Court, at page 99, I am commanded to sell all the leasehold in terest hereinafter mentioned In and to those certain lots, pieces, orparcelsof land, situate, ly ing and being in the City of Los Angeles.County of Los Angeles, State of California, and bounded and described as follows: Toe leasehold interest in and to those certain premises known as lot fifteen (15) of the Mills tract, being the southeast corner of Fourth and Los Angeles streets, City of Los Angeles, created by that certain lease in writing made and ex ecuted by Anna Freeman Mills Clapp, Mary EBte Mills and Ella Catherine Mills to J. R. Millard, dated 13th March, 1888, and recorded iv book 11, page 279 of Leases, of the records of said County of Los Angeles, together with all the buildings and improvements on said lot 15. . , • Together with all and singular the tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto be longing or in anywise appertaining. Public notice is hereby given, that on Monday, the 22d day of June, A. D. 1891, at 12 o'clock m. of that day, in front of the court house door of the county of Los Angeles, I will, in obedience to said order of sale and decree of foreclosure and sale, sell the above descrilied property, or so much thereof as may be satisfy said judgment, with Interest and costs, etc., to the highest and best bidder, for cash, gold coin of the United States. Dated this 26th day of May, 1891. E. D. GIBSON, Sheriff of Los Angeles County. By F. C. HaNNON, Deputy Sheriff. Bicknell Si Denis, attorneys for plaintiff. 5-2'» fri4t \ «no jo ao cV * . . y • p*Q « o SANTA MONICA! - - The Queen of Watering Places. "HOTEL ARCADIA I" COWLEY <St BAKER, ... PROPRIETORS. Positively without n rival among Summer Hesorts. Everything the most modern and liberal. 00« I'AVILiON ON THE BEACH is something different from anything ever seen ou this coast. Fish DlnnerSi (Mam Chowder, 'terrapin Stews, etc., etc. EXTRA! EXTRA! EXTKA!—FOURTH OF JULY—Grand display of Marine Fireworks. Hand of 50 pieces in attendance all day BALL at the "Hotel Arcadia" In the evening. 6-5 lm COWLEY .Sc BAKJSR, Proprietors, LITMHEK YARD Kerekhoff-Cuzner MILL AND LUMBER CO. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Main Office: LOS ANGELES. Wlwlesalc Yard at BAN PEDRO. Branch Yards—Pomona, Pasadena, Lamanda, Azusa, Uurbauk. Planing Mills—Los Augeles aud Pomona. Cargoes furnished to order. J. M. Oriffith, President. H. 0. Stevenson, Vice-Prcs. and Treat. T. E. Nichols, Secy. E. L. Chandler, Supt J. M. GRIFFITH COMPANY, Lumber Dealers And Manufacturers of DOORS, WINDOWS, BI.INDB, STAIRS, Mill work of every description. 034 N. Alameda Street, Lot Angeles. lul tf L. W. BLUM, WM. F. MARSaIALI, President. Secretary. W. A. DKISCOLL, Vice President aud Treasurer. SOUTHERN "CALIFORNIA LUMBER CO. 350 East First Street. 9-19-5 m I.oh Angeles, California CLARK & HUMPHREYS Dealers in all kinds of L_ U M B EI R ! YARD—San Mateo and Seventh-st. Bridge. General Business Office, 125 West Second ist-, Burdick Block. P. O. Box 1235. Telcphonol7B, 12-27-3 m PERRY, MOTT & GO'S* LUMBER YARDS AND PLANING MILLS, No. 76 Commercial Street ]nl tf NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE. TAMES F. COSBY, PLAINTIFF, VS. JOHN fj C. Kofoed, defendant. SherifTssale, No. 13,516. Order of sale and decree of foreclosure and sale. Under and by virtue of an order of sale nnd decree of foreclosure and sab-, issued out of the Superior Court of the county of Los An geles, of the State of California, on tbe 28th day of May, A.D. 1891, in the above entitled action, wherein James F. Cosby, tho above named plaintiff, obtained a judgment and de cree of foreclosure and sale against John C. Ko foed, defendant, on the 26th day of May A. D. 1891, for the sum of $3041.03, lawful money of the Unlied States, which suld decree was, on thc2othday of May, A. D. 1891, recorded in judgment book 28 of said court, at page 184, I am commanded to sell all that certain lot, piece or parcel of land situate, lying and being in the said city of Lo» Angeles, county of Los Angeles, State of California, and bounded and described as follows: Being lot number ten (10) of the W. 0. Krutz.C. K. Mackey and W. F. Gill subdivision of a part of the Longstrect tract, as per map thereof filed for record in the county recorder's office of Los Angeles county, California, and recorded in book 28, of miscellaneous records, at page 16. Public notice is hereby given, that on Tues day, tbe 23d day of June, A. D. 1801, at 12 o'clock m. of that day, in front of the court house door of the county of Los Angeles, I will, in obedience to said order of sate and decree of foreclosure and sale, sell the above described property, or so much thereof as may be neces sary to satisfy said lodgment, with interest and costs, etc., to the highest and best bidder, for cash, lawful monevof the United States. Dated this 28th day of May, 1801. E D GIBSON, Sheriff of Los Angeles County. By F. C. Hannon. Deputy Sheriff. Graves. O'Melveny & Shanklaud, Attorneys for Plaintiff. 5-29-FH 4t liljiiiyHn i H >s acknowledged " le leading remedy foi gWKkv cures In (ianiirrbtps A Glfet, tfrnrnWl to ft IiAVS-W The only saio remedy foi * TLtJk . > prescribe it and feel wSI Mroor.ijtj safe iv recommending 11 ISM THEtvAHSUHEMi"" Pi ty all sufferers. «Bl OiNCtMWTi.O SBH&3 A. ■■■ STONER, M. 0., lT - 8- A- IJKCATim. lU, i'Y w Sold by DruKgiStrV >>Ult:£ 81.00 c " NOTICE. CAN GABRIEL VALLEY BAI'ID TRANSIT k? railway—Principal place of business. Loo Angeles, Lot Angela* comity, ('allfornia. Notice is hereby given that there ia delin quent upon the following described stock, on account 01 nssesi ments levied on the 17th day of April, I HIM, the several amounts set opposite the names of tho respecllve shareholders, the saniebeing the full amount unpaid upon said stock, as follows: Names of No. of cer- No. of Stockholders, titles, tes. Shares. Amount. <i. H. Adams 90 25 02ft 00- Oi T Adams U-l 3 0-8 03 75 U Barnes 91 5 175 00 K.J. Baldwin 153 70 1,750 00 Martha HuU A: Bros. 138 12 240 00- J. D. Bickuell 93 10 250 00> John llryson, sr 94 100 2 500 00> Geo. H. Bonebrake.. 121 184 8 4(12 50) Geo. 11. lonebrake ISO r>!> 1,475 00) A. IS. Chapman ... 05 50 1,250 OO G. A. Dobinson 159 20 1,800 00 Hellman, Haas & Co. 100 50 2,500 < O K. c, Howes aa so 2,00000 F. C. Howes . 150 20 800 00 F. C. Howes .... 151 30 1,200 00 F. C. Howes 152 88 1,520 OO Wm. 0. Kerckhott" 1 100 2,500 00 Wm. G Kcrekhotl 124 ,'iO 750 00 James Cuzuer 142 100 2,500 00 Win. Lacy 74 50 1,250 00 C. D. Monroe 72 5 125 OO .K.A.Monroe. 22 5 125 00 E. L. Mayberry 104 20 400 OO Hiram Mabury 24 100 2,500 00 James Ogilvie 100 10 350 • 0> A. E. Pomeroy 107 2 4-8 Hi ho Alnnio Phillips 100 25 2,042 95 0. H. Kandall 1(12 100 3,500 00 G. H. Randall 103 100 3,500 00 G. H. Randall 104 100 3,500 OO E. F. Spence 20 100 2,500 00 J. De Barth Shorb. .125 100 3,500 OO Wm. Stephens 108 10 250 OO F. O, Story 89 130 3,250 OO J. M.Tiernan 107 10 250 00 11. A. Unruh 11l 20 500 00> J. A. Unruh 112 10 250 00 L, Wernlgk 113 8 100 OO C.F. Bean 57 5 125 OO M. Farnsworth 97 5 125 OO (.'has. Hildcbrund. 99 2 4-8 62 BO 11. Jevne 103 5 125 OO H. Olsen 105 5 125 OO And in accordance with law and an order of the board of directors, made on the 17th day of April, 1891, and subsequent orders made on the 26th day of May, 1891, and on the Sth day of June, 1891, so many shares of each parcel of such stock as may be necessary will be sold at the office of the corporation, at room 8, No 232 North Main street, Los Angeles city, California, on Friday, the 3d day of July, 1891, at 3 o'clock p. m. ofsujh day, to pay delinquent assess ments thereon, together with costs of advertis ing and expenses of the sale. H. A. I'NRUH, Secretary. Room 8, No. 232 North Main St., Los Angeles, Cal. 5-17 td TEACHERS' EXAMINATION. NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN examination of teachers will be held by the County Board of Education, in the assem bly room of the Normal School building, Los Angeles city, commencing on Monday, June 29, 1891. at lO o'clock am. All applicants for cerlillcates must be present at the commence ment of the examination. All teachers holding temporary certificates, and all applicants for the renewal Of certifi cates, must file their applications with the sec retary of the board on or before Saturday, June 27, 1891. Application blank* may be had upon applica tion to the secretary. Hy order ol the County Board of Education. W. W. SEAMAN, t>-17-td Secretary. BONDS FOR SALE. TN PURSUANCE TO A RESOLUTION 1 passed by the directors of the Perris Irriga tion district, at its Jane meeting, notice Is hereby Riven that sealed proposals will be re ceived by said board at their office in Perris, Han Dleen county, Col. up to 10 o'clock a.m., July 7, 1891, for the purchase ct Its bonds to the amount of ono hundred thousand dollars. For further information address or call on H. A. Plimpton, Si rrotnry, Perris, Cal, or J. W. Nance Palace Hotel, Han Francisco. By oner of the Board of Directors Perris Irrigation District. H A. PLIMPTON, Secretary. Perris, Cul , June 8, 1891. 6-5 20t STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A rmeting of stockholders of tbe Main-street and Agricultural Park Railroad Company, will be held at its office, No 110 Commercial street, In tbe city of Los Angeles, county of Los An geles, State of California, on Monday, the 6th day ol July, A.D. 1891, for the purpose of electing a board of directors for the ensuing year. The polls will be opened at 12 o'clock, in., and closed at 3 o'clock p m. 6-11 td A. C. TAYLOR, Secretary.