Newspaper Page Text
JOHN CHAPMAN, OF RAMAPO.
Needed to Fill a Long; Felt Want Which the Fat Man Refused to Recognize. It was a late boat crossing the Erie ferry, and there were only three or four passengers in the men's cabin. One of them was a thin man with a long linen duster and a tall white hat. Although there were many vacant seats, this pas senger, after a deliberate inspection of the interior, went to the far corner of tho cabin and sat down in a seat nest to a fat man with a big valise. "John Chapman, of Ramapo!" ex claimed the spare man. "How are you tonight?" The fat man stared a moment at the speaker and then said: "I am not John Chapman, of Ramapo, but I am quite well tonight." "Not John Chapman, of Ramapo?" said the thin man, apparently much sur prised. "Why, are you sure?" "Well, I guess I ought to know who I am!" exclaimed the fat man. "Certainly, sir, certainly; to be sure!" replied the thin man. "But, mercy! how could Ibe so much mistaken? Why, if I had gone on with what I had on my mind I would have been mortified be yond measurel I was so sure you were John Chapman, of Ramapo." "Mistakes like that frequently hap pen," said the fat man, "Yes, I know," said the thin man. "It is not the mistake I deplore so much. The thought of the mortification I would have suffered if I had gono on and done what I had on my mind, and then found that you were not John Chapman, of Ramapo, is what annoys me. Mercy!" The fat man bowed. "Yes, indeed," continued the thin man. "I don't know what ln.atlo me pause on this occasion, for I always go right up to John and without ceremony say, 'Loan ma a dollar till tomorrow.' Now, if I had dono that tonight, and, after you had loaned mo the dollar, I had dis covered that you wore not John Chap man, of Ramapo, just see how deadly my mortification would have been. Mercy! It makes me cold to think of it!" The fat mail assured him, with a smile, that there would have been no occasion whatever for mortification on that score. "Thanks! thanks!" exclaimed the thin man. "Yon are very kind. But I don't know as I ought to accept it even until tomorrow. If you were only John Chap man, of Ramapo, now! You are exceed ingly like him in looks and manner!" The fat man bowed, but the smile was missing. The boat was now nearing her slip. "If, as you say, my fears of being mor tified beyond measure if I had gone at you as John Chapman, of Ramapo, are groundless," said the thin man blandly, "I will put the thought aside and accept the loan—but only till tomorrow! Only till tomorrow!" The fat man grabbed his valise and hurried on deck, looking back once or twice to see if the thin man was in pur suit. He wasn't. He sat still and watched the fat man as he disappeared across the gangplank. Then he arose and mopped his forehead with a red handkerchief. "It's singular, nowadays, how tight the money market is," said he. —New York Sun. Electricity in Agriculture. One of the first to recognize the great importance of utilizing electricity for farming purposes iv England was the Marquis of Salisbury, who not only uses the water power on his estate for light ing by electricity, but also grinds his corn, cuts his horse fodder, pumps his water and does a variety of other work by means of electric motors. On many manors which are adjacent to streams of water the farmers are beginning to real ize the great possibilities which are close at hand for the more economical work ing of their farms and are installing electrical plants which can be worked at a cost unapproached by any other means. There are tens of thousands of portable and other steam engines owned by agri culturists in this country which could be utilized in a variety of ways in con nection with electricity. The mere sav ing In insurance alone would in number less cases justify a farmer in driving his thrashing, chaff cutting and grinding machinery by an electric motor instead of being obliged to bring his engine, as now, right into his farm buildings.— New York Telegram. AVhat Englishmen Want. An American woman who had married an of high rank returned home for a visit after a couple of years' ex perience in her adopted country. "How very odd," said one of her acquaintances, "that Lady C has not become Angli cized in the least; she is more American than ever." The remark repeated to tho newly made peeress was received with an appreciative smile. "I am so glad," she "I am naturally imitative, you know, and I was so afraid I might lose what I con sider my distinction. You people don't understand over here," she went on. "You make a great mistake in copying English people when you go to London; they have enough of their own kind over there; they want something new and original, not a copy of themselves."— New York Tribune. The Cow Was Raised. A man iv Jefferson county, who had a sick cow, wanted to get her up. Not being able to do so with his strength he fixed a blanket under her, attached his hay carrier and hitched on the old horse, which had not forgotten the distance he had to go to deliver the hay and didn't propose to stop short. He drew the cow np to the top of the barn, where the tfh£k carried her over an empty mow, when the blanket gave way and dropped her on the empty logs, breaking every bone in bar body.—Tyrone (N. V.) Her ald. Many Orders Ahead. Mr. Slowpay (airily)—l wish to get measured for a suit of clothes, but it will be about three weeks before I can pay for them, as our pay day comes only once a month now. How soon can you have them done? Tailor—l'm—let me see. In about three weeks.—Good News. Women troubled with headache will find Simmons l iver Regulator relieves and cures. The Eintracht, 163 N. Spring Street, Ss the place to gel the Anheuser-Busch St. i.ouis Beer on draught. Ring up telephone 467 or 316 for the celebrated bottled beer. Best and cheapest In market. Combination coffee, always freshly roasted' three pounds for *1, at H. Jevne's. White Rose flour can be had al Jevne's. THE LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY FORMING. OCTOBER 9 1891 ARIZONA NOTES. |Ph<enix Republican. I As President Uowe let fall the gavel today, in signal that Arizona's state hood convention waa adjourned, three . unanimous cheers arose from the throats of the delegates and the assembled spec tators and there were a few moments of intense and uproarious enthusiasm. The first steps toward our enrollment as a sovereign state had been successfully taken and somehow everyone present seemed to grow in importance and pa triotism. Mr. R. E. Farrington has no fault to find with the profits of fruit raising in Salt River valley. He informed the reporter today that from a four-year-old peach orchard of thirty acres he had this year sold 177,000 pounds of dried and 4000 pounds of green fruit, not counting a great deal that was used and given away or sold in small lots. |Other exchanges.] • The rainfall at Santa ¥6 since the 21st is the heaviest recorded at the United States signal station since its establish ment twenty years ago, amounting to 3.16 inches. A notice on the front of the Willows saloon notifies the passer-by that that place is closed, but "will be open after the Democrats repeal the Edmunds act." —(Tombstone Prospector. Mr. Lyman Smith, of Tucson, was in Solomonville on Saturday. He is repre senting the English company who pro pose to build the Santa Cruz dam and reservoir in Pima county, and was look ing for 20,000 acres of orchard land. — [Graham County Bulletin. Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Wilson left last night for California, where they go to reside. San Pedro will be first visited, and if a suitable location cannot be found there, they will go to Redondo or elsewhere in Southern California. Billy will keep himself fully posted on Wilcox doings, und will never lose an opportu nity to let his unusual enterprise he shown in our town, lie has some vast undertakings stored in his mind, all of which will be put into practical shape when the time comes. They leave with the best wishes of many friends. — [Southwestern Stockman. C. M. Bruce is in town. His cattle company has made arrangements to ship 3000 steers to Bakersfield, Cali fornia, where they will be fattened. Mr. Bruce states that the Southern Pacific company have made them a rate that is fair and way below anything they yet have done by that company on cattle shipments. He also states that the Southern Pacific company express a desire to handle Arizona cattle and will make low rateß in order to do so. The Babacomari company will begin ship ping about October 15th. In speaking of eastern shipments Mr. Bruce says that he has had many letters recently from Kansas, offering pasturage at $2 per head per year, and the best grass ever Been in that state. He main tains that there is no excuse for a man to lose his cattle when he can ship them at a very low rate and get plenty of money advanced on them at the other end, at 8 per cent, interest, to pay freight and pasturage until they are marketable.—[Tombstone Prospector. Tucson Star. T. T. Childers is in from Uraterville. Mr. Ensenberg is chloriding the Wis consin mine, shipping the ore to El Paso. Tom Deering is working the ex tension of the Wisconsin, taking out rich ore. There are quite a number of assessments being worked. United States Paymaster Major Jo seph W. AVham, wife and daughter, ar rived from Albuquerque yesterday and are quartered at the San Javier. Dr. Spencer received a dispatch from Dr. G. E. Goodfellow, of Tombstone, last night, saying he had accepted the appointment of railroad physician and surgeon, to succeed Dr. j. C. Handy, deceased, and will arrive in Tucson to day to make arrangements for locating here permanently. The Zona Libre in Mexico is about 50 miles wide and the customs rates there are 3 per cent. By a recent act of the Mexican congress, which takes effect on the Ist of November, the rate was changed to 5 per cent. A responsible citizen enumerated to the reporter, one day this week, a num ber of men and women in this county who live openly in violation of the Ed munds act. He named at least fifteen such, who had not yet been reached by the law, or any notice taken of them by the present United States grand jury. SAN CAULOS NEWS. Mr. F. A. Drake has returned from San Carlos, where he has been during the last three months, erecting water works for the military post. The works are completed as far as the appropria tion or allotment goes. The water is pumped from a point a mile distant, from a well near the confluence of the San Carlos and Gila rivers. Captain Bullis, acting Indian agent, is making many valuable improvements. The sawmill is running steadily, supply ing all the lumber required by the gov ernment at the post. His ox trains haul the lumber, thus making a great saving to the government. General McCook, the commander of the department, is now at San Carlos inspecting the post. From there he will go to Apache. There has been one heavy rain this season; it fell on the 24th. The grass on the reservation is generally very good. —————— • A Drngglst Surprised. J. G. Bone, a druggist at Dnnniore, Pa., says he has never sold a medicine that gave such universal satisfaction as Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy, and that the large de mand for it has been a great surprise to him. It is sold here by C. F. Ileinze man,222 North Main, Druggist. hen Baby was sick, we gave her Oastoria, i When she was a Child, she cried for Castoruv When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria- When she had Children, she gave them Castorla. IL-L-ICH'S RESTAURANT Everything New and First-Class. 146 and 147 N. Main Street, ap29-tf JKRHY ITJJCH Proprietor Baker Iron Works 950 to 906 BUENA VISTA ST. LOB ANQELEB, OAL., Adjoining the -onthern Pacific around*. Tel* phone 124. 7-21 tl MEDICAL. The True Way TO SID THE HUMAN BODT OP The Poison of Disease IS TO FORCE IT OUT THROUGH THE SKIN. SWIFT'S~SPECIFIC always does this effectually. It treats the disease instead of the symptoms, and re moves the cause, thereby making a cure. Mrs. E. J. Rowell, No. 11 Quincy St., Medford, Mass., soys that her mother has been enrod of Scrofula, by the use of four bottles of S. s. s % after having had much other treatment, and being reduced to quite a low condition of health, as it was thought she could not live. Treatise ou Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Drawer 3. Atlanta, Gt. Pro Liebig World Dispensary. THE LOS ANGELES SURGICAL INSTITUTE. A MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTITUTE for the cure of all nervous and chronic diseases. Branch of the Dr. Liebig Co. of San Francisco, and now located at 123 South Main street, Los Angeles. They are the only Specialists in Los Angeles performing the latest surgicnl operations re quired for a Radical Cure of Stricture, Hydro cele and Varicocele, Etc. Urinary, Kidney and Bladder troubles: quickly corrected. Special—Blood and Skin Diseases speedily,, completely and permanently eradicated from the system. Nervous Debility, Sexual Weakness and Un fitness for Marriage yield readily to their mode of treatment. Infectious or Contagious diseases, Loss of Vital Power, Gleet, Spermatorrhoea, Unnatural Discharges and all delicate disorders peculiar to either sex positively cured. Those suffering from Piles, Fistula and Rectal Diseases fully restored to health. All medicines compounded in their own La boratory and FREE TO PATIENTS. Long experience, with unparalleled success:, is the Dest evidence of a doctor's skill. Thou sands successfully treated by correspondence. EXPERIENCED PHYSICIANS AND SURGEON Each eminent in his specialty, selected -for' their skill and experience in treating Nervous, Private, Chronic and Complicated Disease J. Diseases Treated SuccessfiaLiy Nasal, Throat and Lung Diseases; Disease/ 1 of the Digestive Organs; Constipation; iivv, Kidney and Bladder Complaints, Bright's Dis ease; Diabetes and kindred affections; Dls eases of the Bladder; Stricture, Fits, Nervous Dis eases, Lost Manhood, Piles. Diseases ot child ren aud Women treated with unfailing s uccess. Separate offices for ladies, and in cl ,arge of I the Staff Surgeons from San F?.ancisco, who personally perform all surgical or .erations. They aie graduates of one of theieudi' ug univer sities, and duly licensed as Phys'.cians aud Burgeons in California. All Chronic Diseases and l>eformltieg The aitlicted are informed that this institu tion is supplied with Bklll, abil'.ty, facilities and appliances for the buccosslu.'. treatment of all classes of disease and chron/ c ailments, no matter from what cause arisiny . Nervous De bility, Lack of Youthful Vigor in Men, the re sult of excesses, abuse, overwork or dissipa tion, positively cured. CONSULTATION AND ADVICE FREE. A friendly talk may save you veartof suf fering and perhaps youc life. Out-of-town patients treated by correspondence. Communications and Consultations Sacredly Confidential. If the Dr. Liebig Co. oaiinot cure you no power ou earth can. Take ono candid thought belore it iB too late. Those ruined in health by un learned pretenders, and those whom other fihysicians have pronounced incurable, espec ttlly requested to try the latest improved methods now adopted. Each patient seen privately and Cures Guar anteed fu Curable Cases. The Dr. Liebig Co. are the oldest,most reliable and successful San Francisco Spwial Surgeons and Physicians, aud on account oi thousands of maltreated cases by so-called "Doctors" in Los Angeleß, they have opened i'ernfenent Branch Offices in Los Angeles, at 123 South Main street. Call or write for particulars Office hours, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., 7 p.m. to 9 p.m Sundays, 10 to 12 only. JUSTICE MARKET! Cor, First and Los Angeles Streets. FELIX LEVY, - . Prop. First quality of meats of all kinds, both fresh and salted, including sausages, at bedrock prices, viz: Roast Beef 7c to 10c Lamb Chops 10c Roast l'ork 10c, Boiled Heel 4c to lie Roast Veal ioc Corned Beef 6c Roast Mutton, legs 9Uo Salted Pork, sugar Steaks 7c to loci cured .... 10c Cutlets 10c to lSUei Leaf Lard 10c Pork Chops 10c Leaf Lard cooked in Mutton Chops 9c I cans 10c Ham, Bacon and all kinds of prime cuts of meats retail at wholesale prices. Delivered free of charge in any part of the city. 10-4'lm l\ LEVY, SUNSET OIL COMPANY. PRINCIPAL PLACE OK BUSINESS Lo cated at Los Angeles, California, No, 121 Temple street. Room 4 NOTICE—There is delinquent upon the fol lowing described stock in the above-named corporation, on account of assessment levied on the 31st day of August, 1891, the several amonnts set opposite the names ot the respect ive shareholders, as follows; j&x ___£j_____ Estate of C. B. richardson.D. I W. Field, Ad- „„ miuistrator... 1 30,0001H500 00 And in accordance with law and the order of the Board of Directors, made on the said 31st day of Augnst; 1891, at the time when such assessment was levied, so many shares of sucli stock as may be necessary will be sold at the office of said corporation, No. Temple street. Room 4, in the city of Los Angelos, state of California, on the 21st day of October, 1891, at 10o'clock a.m. of that day, to pay delin- Stieut assessment thereon, with costs of adver- Bing and expenses of sale. W. S. JAMES, Secretary. Location of office No. 121 Temple street Room 4, Lob Angeles, Cal. Notice is hereby given that pursuant to ar order of the Board of Directors of the Sunsi Oil Company, duly made on the 7th day i , October, 1891, the time fixed in the foregol' „ notice for the sale of said delinquent stock i, postponed to and until Monday, tbe 2bth < (a , of October, 1891, at 10 o'clock a. m„ an aa " the same place fixed by the foregoing notii je „ sale. W.S. JAMES, Secrets fy -10-8-K LINES OF TRAVEL. ' Sooton Pacific Company. IMPORTANT CHANGE OF TIME Sitndav, Oct. 4,1891. Trains leave and aro due to arrive at LO9 ANOKLVS (ARCADE DEPOT), Fifth street, dally, aa follows: a Leave For destination. ' Arr. From iJiTfiOp.m. "....Banning || 10:15 a.m " 14:35p.m Banning 19:25 a.m. 5:10 p.m Banning 10:00 p.m. 9:05 a. m Colton 4:20 p. m ||3:50p.m Colton 10:00.p.m. . t4;35p.m ..Colton t.9:25a.m. s:lopm Colton |Jlo:lsa.m 5:10 p. ni Deßdng and East.... 10:00 p. m. 5:10 p. in El Paso and East..;. 10:00 p.m. ■ ||0:00p.m Chino ||8:37 a.m. ! 9:25 a.m. j^'^^ > * nd j 4:32 p.m. 1 12:40 p. m Loa»r Beach 11:49 a. m. 5:12 p.m. '° d | 815 a.m. 10:40 p.m. OgilenandEast.lstclass »2:30p.m 1:35 p. in. Ogden und East, 2d class I 7:25 a.m 10:40p.m PortUnd. Or I 7:25 a.m. 9:05 a. m Riverside ||10:15 a.m. Riverside... ,9:25 a. m. II 3:50 p. m Riverside (4:35 p. m Riverside 4:20 p.m. 5:10 p. m Riverside 10:00 p. m. 9:05 a. m San Bernardino :||lo:lsa. m II 3:50 p. m San Bernardino 119 :25 a. m. 14:35 p. m San Bernardino j 4:20 p.m. 5:10 p. m Ban Bernardino 10:00 p. m. f4:35p.m Redlands ||10:15a.m 9:05a.m Redlands 4:20p m 11 3:50 p. m Redlands 10:00 p. m. 1:35 p. m. ISan Fran, and Sacram'to 7:25 a. m. 10:40 p.m.San Fran, andSacram'toi 2:30 p. m. || 9:37 a. m. Santa Ana and Anaheim 9:00 a. m, 5:0B p. m. Santa Ana .nnd Anaheim || 4:04 p. m. 1:35 p. m Santa Barbara 2 -30 p. m. 7:25 a.m., Santa. Barbara 9.05 p. m. 9:30 a m Santa Monica 12:17p.m 1:17 p.m Santa Monica I 4:28 p.m. 5:07 p.m., Santa Monica 8:52 a.m. ||6:15 p.m. Santa Monica ||7:20 a. m 4 :40 p. ra. Tustin 8:43 a. m. 4:40 p. m. 1 Whittier 8:43 a. m. Local and through ticket* sold, baggage checked, Pullman sleeping car reservations made, aud general information givcu upon ap- Sllcation to J. M. CRAWLEY, i Vast. 8, las. Agt., o. 200 H. Spring at., cor. ScO >nd. CHARLES BKYLER, Ageut at Depots. . •Sundays only. | Bunduys excepted. RICH'D OKAY, Gt n. Traffic Mgr. T. H. G OODMAN, tf Gen'l! -"assenger Agt. Soota California R'y Co. "SANTA FE ROUTS ." CHANGE OF TIME. SUNDAY, AUGUST, 10, 189 \. Trains depart from and arrive at Lo»i Angeles. , Leave. Arrive. i Overland Express, Daily. To and from Kansas City, Chicago, St. Louis 12:20 p.m. and all points east. 2:1") p.m Stops at Downey avenue, Pasadena, A/.usa, Glen doraand North Ontario only. K-IKam ■ San Diego Express.. 1n tVvISS' Daily, via Coast Line. P'™' 3.05 p.m. Reclining chairs. 0:00 p.m 8:30 a. m. i . Azusa, Pasadena.. . 9:55 a. m 10:25 a.m. > and intermediate \ 1:25 p.m. 12:20 p.m. J stations—daily. I 2:45 o. m. 4:00 p.m. i , 3:30 p. m. 1.25 p. m. > Daily except Sunday. 1 7:40 a. m 5:22 p.m.) t 4:40 p.m 6:30 p.m. Sundaysonly. 8:50 a. .t) 7:45 a.m. Pasadena, daily ex. Sun. 8:50 a.iv 8:30 a.m. San Bernardino 0:55 a. m 12 20p.m. Via Pasadena. 2:45 p.m' . 4:00 p.m. Daily. 6:30p.m, i < San Bernardino * Via Orange and Riv -10:00a.m..' erside-daiiy. 10:15 a.m. 4:00 p.m. j Daily except Sunday j 5:39 p.m. 6:40 p.m.' sundaysonly. Riverside « o« a ., n . _ Through train, via Pasa- 41 ;i0 m \ ».dua.m. di im and San Ber nardino—dally. .„.., Via Orange—daily. 10.15 a.m. ' *!00 p 7n^" m^e<de P tSnii,T *yt'"'s:3!»P-m 8.40 p. in. Sundaysonly. ■ t 1:30 a.m. .Redlands and Meutone. li :20p.m. Via Pasadena—daily. 2- .™P ,B 4:00 p.m. Daily except Sunday, p. m. Via Orange and River- . _ side-daily. 10.15 a.m. "H W SIS."! DaUyexceptSunday j 5:39 p.m. 6:4 op.m. Sundaysonly. San Jacinto., ~ 6:30 p. la, 12:20"p.m. Daily except Sunday. Via San Bernardino. ...Temecula and San... Jacinto- 5:39 p.m.. 10:001 v na. Daily except Suuday. Via Orange and East Riverside. 8:15 a. At. 8:50 a.m. 3:05 p. *a SantaAnadaily 12:10 p.m. 5:05 p. V. 9:00 p. m Daily except Suuday. 5:39 p. m, i Escondido. I Via Coast Line. 3:05 p.m. Oaily. ' Daily except Sunday. 12:10 p. m, J l £;sJ:E:r • B^ 1 *^ h -1 ISSStI m\Vt IDailyexccptSunday j £$£_• 9:10 a.m. Sundaysonly. 6:19 p.m 4-non m ■• Highland 9:55 a.m. 4.00 p.m. oaily Vla PKsadena—Daily ex- 6:30 p.m. 8:30 a.m. i»?pt Sunday. V la. <Jr»mge and River- 10:15 a.m. •ide—daily. 10:00 a. M.I iDcily except Sunday. 5:39 p.m. ED. C HAMBERS, Ticket Agent, First-street Depot. CH. 183. T. PARSONd, Ticket Agent, 129 North Spring street, Depot at fo of First street. f23 Los Angel rs Terminal Railway Co:- Leave Los A rtpjles for Leave Pasadena for I'asad i .na. Los Angeles. t 6:50 a. m t 6:10 a. m, * 8:05 a. m * 8:10 a. m, * 9:05 a. m * 9:10 a. m. *10:00 a. m. *10:05 a.m. *11:00 a. m *11:05 a. m. *12:00 m * 1:00 p. m * 2:00 p. m * 2:05 p. m, * 4:00 p.m , * 4:05 p.m * 5:20 p. m .....* 5:25 p. m. * 6:20 p. m * 7:05 p. m. * 9:25 p. m *10:30p,m. •11:25 p. m *12:15 a. m. Downey arm aue leaving time 8 minutes later. , Running tin ie between Los Ai igelos and Pasa dona 30 minji tes. j Leave Los Aj geles for ; Leave G londale for Loa • Glend— ie. /Vngelcs. , * 7:20 a. m, ♦ 8:00 a. m. 1 8:45 a. nt. 9:37 a. m. •12:15 a. m. • 1:12 p.m. * 3:00 p. n» ! * 3:47 p. m * 5:30 p.ba | .• 6:17 p. m, Running ti me between Los Ang ales and Glen dale, 3d mini ites. Add 5 minutt c for Verdugo Park time. Leave Los.A ngeles for Leave A ItadVena for Alta«* ;na. Los , Ungates. % 8:50 a. na 7:50 a. ro. \ill:aoa,na $12:00 noon » 5:2Q pi M ..* 6:2 0 p. m. Running' iime between Los Angcjes an d Alta dena, 55 EB" nutes, •Dally. tDaily, except Sunday*. $8u nday s only. f ; » ages meet the 8:85 a.m. tn in at Fasaden a for Mt. Wilson on new trail. Specif ,U ates to excursion and picnic p< riles Depo ,s east end First st. and Downey-*' /enue brldgei i. Gen( iraJ offices, First-street Depot. T. B. BURNETT, Gen. Mans %et Jy2-tf , W. WINCUP. G. P. A. Co .jsngiue Generate Transatlautitjue. FRENCH LINE TO HAVRE L / COMPANY'S PIER (NEW) NO. 42 _L 33L i U North river, foot of Morton street.Jß BBU Travelers by this line avoid both trs nslt by Knglish railway and the discomfort of srossin? tho" Channel In a small boat. LA BOURGOGNK, „. . . Saturday October 3d, at 3: JO a. m. LATOURAINE, , , Saturday, October 10th, i it 8 a.m. t LA BRETAGNE, ■_ _„ »f Saturday, October 1 < th, at 3: 30 a. m. ig LA CHAMPAGNE, :_ '_ is Saturday, October 24th, a tSa.m. iy For freight or passage apply to it A. FORGET, A lent, of No. 3 Bowling Green, tf-ev, ' York. J. F. FUGAZI & CO., Agents, 5 M on Jtgomory aye., Ban Francisco. 429-11 LINES Or TR-AYBL. Pacific Coast S. S. Co. GOODALL, PERKINS 4 CO., GENERAI Agenti, San Francisco. Northern rontei embrace lines lor Portland, Ore.; Victoria, B C, and Pugct Sound, Alaska, and all coast ' points. SOUTHERN ROUTES. Time Table for October and November, IKVI. LKAVB SAN FBANCISCO. For PortHarlord.... 1 Santa Barbara... | 8. 8. Corona, Oct. 13, 22, 31: Redondo I Nov. 9. 18, 27. San Pedro f*S. 8. Queen ol Pacific. Oct. 9, Newport 13, 27; Nov. 5,14, 23. San Diego J ■ For I 8. 8. Eureka, Oct. 11, 20, 29; Redondo I Nov. 7,10,25. San Pedro and!?. 8. Pomona, Oct. 16, 25; Way Ports J Nov. 3, 12, 21, 30. I. BAVE lAN PKDRO AND RKIKINDO For 1 *3. 8. Queen of Pacific, Oct I 11, 20, 29; Nov. 7, lb. 25. Newport fg. 8. Corona, Oct. 15, 24: San Diego J Nov. 2,11,20, 29. For 1 »S. 8. Qneen of Pacific, Oct. San Francisco... 1 13, 22. 31; Nov. 9,18, 27. Port Harford.... JS. 8. Corona, Oct. 17,20; Nov. Santa Barbara... j 4, 13, 22. For 1 8. 8. Pomona, Oct. 16, 19, San Francisco i 28; Nov. G, 15, 24. and (S. 8. Eureka, Oct. 14, 28; Way Ports J Nov. 1,10, 19, 28. •The Queen of Pacific will not stop at Re dondo nor Newport. Cars to connect with steamers via San Pedro, lewe 8. P. R. R. depot, Fifth street, Los An- ' geles, at 9:25 o'clock a. m. Passengers per steamer Corona via Redondo t leave SautaFedepot at 10:15 a.m.; or from Re- I dondo Railway depot.corner Jefferson street ard i Grand aye., 10:05 a.m. t Passengers per i'omona and Eureka via < Redondo, leave Santa Fe depot at 5:25 p. m. < Plans of steamers' cabins at agent's office, > where berths may be secured. *l ( The steamers Eureka and Pomona will call i regularly at Newport pier for and with freight t and passengers t The company reserve tho right to change the 1 steamers or their days of sailing. I A3tjr""For passage or freight as above or for tickets to and from all important points Id 1 Europe, apply to t W. PAKRIS, Agent, I Office. No. 124 West Second st, Los Angeles. I Redondo Railway In Effect MondayToet. 5, B a.m., '91. Los Angeles Depot, Corner Grand Aye. and Jef fersou st. Take Grand aye. cable or Main-st. and Agri cultural Park horse cars. Trains Leave Trains I .en ye Los Angeles Redondo for Redondo. for Los Angeles. 8:50 a.m. daily 7:00 a.m. uaily. 10.05 a.m. daily 8:40 a.m. dally. I::;;, p.m. daily 11 25 a.m. dally. 5:35 p.m. daily 4:10 p.m. dally. Ruuuing time between Los Angeles aud Re dondo 50 minutes. GEO. J. AINSWORTH, J. N. SUTTON, President. Supt. S, G. V. RAPID TRANSIT R'Y WILSON'S PEAK AND SIERRA MADRE. \ Trains arrive and depart from depot, corner j of Aliso aud Anderson streets, Los Angeles, as , follows: 1 LEAVE FOR DESTINATION, j ARRIVE FROJf 8:00 a. m Monrovia .. I 7:48 a. m. 1 11:10 a. m Monrovia .. j 9:53 a.m. 3:10 p. m Monrovia ..I .... 2:03 p.m. J 5:10 p. m Monrovia .. | . 5:03p.m, ' SUNDAYd~ONLY 9:30 a. mT... 1.. Monrovia .. I 8:48 a.m. 5:10 p.m I .. Monrovia .. | 4:48 p.m. Take street car or 'bus from corner of Main < and Arcadia streets direct for depot, < WM. G. KERCKHOFF, Receiver, t • 4-1 tf 8. P. JEWETT, Gen. Manager. i PLATE RAILWAY. J Leave the corner Spring and Temple streets J for Hollywood and the foothills, as follows: 1 BAVB 1.08 ANGKLKB. | LEAVE HOLLYWOOD. j 7:00 a.m, , 8:00 a.m. 1 10:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m. ' 1:30 p.m. 2:30 p.m. -O:o9~p.inr-—-—f— * tI.OP p.m. - '7 :20 p.m. | __op.m. ' *riaturdav and Sunday only. iter y H!j Best and Safest Manufactured. "WiiEer white, and guaranteed 150 deg. ! fire test. Expressly for family use. ffitve it a trial, and you Will use no other. I Faucet cans furnished free. MORRIS & JONES, SOLE AGENTS, 345 South Spring Street 9-17 6 m RAMONA! The Gem of the San Gabriel Valley Only Three Miles from City Limits of Loi Angeles. Property of San Gabriel Wine Co., Original owners. LOCATED AT SHOBB'S STATION, On Une of S. P. R. R. and San Qabriei Valley Rapid Transit R. R., From 10 to 15 minutes to the Plaza, Las An geles City. . CHEAPEST SUBURBAN TOWN LOTS, " VILLA SITES, or. ACREAGE PROPERTY POPULAR TERMS. FTJIfEST SPKINO WATER Inexhaustible quantities guaranteed. Apply at Office of , SAN GABRIEL WINE CO., t Ramona, Los Angeles County, Ca., 10-26tf Or to M. D. WILLIAMS. Ramona tGOLIf MEDAL, PARIS, 1878 BAKER'S Breakfast Cocoa Warranted absolutely pure Cocoa, from which the ex cess of Oiljhasbccu removed It has three times the strength of Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot and Sugar, aud is therefore far more economical, costing less than ono cent a cup. It is delicious, nourishing, strengthening, easily di gested, and admirably adapt ed for invalids as well as tor persons In good health. Sold fay Grocers every where. W. BAKER & CO, Dorchester, Mass. 12-19-12 m E. FLEUR, , Wholesale Wine and Liquor Merchant, 404 and 406 N. Loe Angeles St. Telophonc 224. ' Family trade supplied. Goods deli vered to any , part of the city free of charge. Orders for the country promptly attended to. Ageucy and depot l of Uncle Sam's wine vaults at Napa City, Cal. . 12-31 ly PIONEER TRUCK CO. (Successors to McLaln A Lehman,) PROPRIETORS Or THE Pioneer Truck & Transfer Co. Piano and Safe Moving a Specialty, y Telephone 137 3 Market St. Lot Angeles" Cal lel-tf How Loe t! How Regained! A Ureat Medical Work for You»s Middlc-Ag *d Men. Hew Edition. PHYSICAL DEB tUTY, JEB.MVM ol YOUTH. EXHACS? ED vrTALITY,■ MATURE DECK.I 3 E. aDd all DISKAS*,* and WEAKNESSES of MAN. 800 pages, cloth gilt; 126 invaluabte p ascriptions. Only fl.i* by mail, double «wu« L Descriptive Prospect, us with endorsements mpri SEND of the Press and toluirtary I unui testimonials of tile cured. ■ ■■*"*"" "y "' Consultation in person «'«• by mail. Expert treat ment. INVIOLABLE SECRECY and CER TAIN CUBE. Addres* Dr. W. H. Parker, ol The Peabody I I i I ■■! J IIW Institute, No. 4 1 Jul- X UULSULwBH fiuchßt.,Boston,M»is. or Post Office Box UTOS.UjL The Penbody Medical Instil ate has many imi tators ti: trio euual,— Herald, (t kipyrighted.) . NOTICE. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCKRN- Notice is hereby given that the under signed, T. B. Burnett, will make application to the board of supervisors of the county of Los Angeles, state of California, at the rooms of said board, in the new courthouse, in the city of Lns Angeles, in said county, on the 13th day of October, A.D. 1891, at the hour of lOo'elock a.m. of said day, or as soon thereafter as said application cau be heard, for a grant of author ity to construct a wharf on the easterly side of Wan Pedro harbor, in tne township of Wilming ton, in said county of Los Angeles, the size and location whereof are more particularly de scribed as follows: Commencing at a point In the easterly har bor line of 8 n Pedro harbor (designated on the surveys by the U. B. engineers as "Wil mington harbor,") established and approved by the secretary of war on the 28th of July, 1891, which point of commencement is distant two thousand (2000) feet, jneasured on said harbor line,southerly from its most northerly point,and two hundred and twenty-three (223) feet dis tant in a westerly direction, upon a line drawn at right angles with said harbor line, from the single work breakwater constructed by the United States government; thence running southerly and southeasterly arong tho said harbor line, «s it ourves, one thousand (1000) feet to a point which is distant, upon a line drawn at right angles with said harbor line, one hundred and ninety-eight (198) fee. south westerly from the said single work breakwater: thence northeasterly aud at right angles with said harbor line seventy-five (75) feet; thence northwesterly and northerly and parallel with said harbor line and at a uniform distance of seventy-five (75) feet therefrom to a point in the aloresaid line drawn from the point of be ginning at right ungles with said harbor line; thence westerly along said last mentioned line to the point of beginning; together with the rights of way and all necessary use for the pur pose of said wharf of the tide lands belonging to the state adjacent thereto, which will be more particularly described in a petition to be hereafter filed; and also a right of way over such tkle lauds lying between said wharf and high and dry land, fifty (50) feet in width. T. B. BURNETT, Dated at Los Angeles, California, September 11, A. D. 1891. . 9-12 to 10-13 Proposals for the Purchase of Los Angeles County Court House Bonds. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT SEALED proposals will be received by the under signed up to the 24th day of October, 1891, «t 2 o'clock p.m. of that day, for the purchase «X ■ one hundred and twenty (120), or any portion thereof, Los Angeles county courthouse bonds numbered consecutively irom forty-one (41) to one hundred and sixty (160), both numbers in cluded, of the denomination of one thousand dollars (S1000) each, and payable on the first day of January, A.D. 1910, or at any time be fore that date, at the pleasure of said county, in gold coin aif the United States, with interest thereon at the rate of five (5) per cent per an num, payable semi-annually on the first day of January and ou the first day of July of each, year, bonds aud Interest payable at the office of the county treasurer ol said Loa Angeles county. Said bonds having been issued in conformity with au ordinance enacted by the Board of Supervisors of said Los Angeles* county, dated April 28tn, A. D. 1890, and under authority conferred upon said board by the provisions ol an act of the legislature ot the State of Cali fornia, entitled, "An Act to Establish a Uniform System of County and Township Government," approved March 14th, A.D. 1883. None of said bonds will be sold for less than face value and accrued interest, nor shall any sale thereof be final or valid until approved by the said Board of Supervisors, and the right is hereby expressly reservod to reject any or all aforesaid proposals. Mark envelopes: "Proposals for the Pur chase of Court House Bonds. ' By order of the Board of Supervisors of Los Angeles county, California. Dated September 16tb, 1891. J. BANBURY, 9-18 30t Treasurer of Los Angeles County, CaL Notice of Sale to Satisfy Delinquent Assessment. HESPERIA LAND AND WATER COM pany, a corporation—Location of principal place of business, city of Los Angeles, county of Los Angeles, State of California. NOTICE—There is delinquent upon the fol lowing described stock, on account of assess ment No. one (1), levied on the 25th day of August, 1891, by the Hesperia Land and Water Company, the following amounts set opposite the names of the respective shareholders, as follows: Names of No. of No. of Stockholders. Certificate. Shares. Amount. W. H. Perry 35 110 |1100 F. C. Howes 25 100 1000 F. C. Howes 57 165 1660 R. R. Brown 24 36 360 Samuel Merrill 26 50 50« L. W. Dennis 27 50 500 J. M. Riley 34 50 500 And in accordance with the law, and an order of the Board of Trustees of the Hesperia Land and Waier CompanY, made at a meeting thereof held on the 25th day of August, 1891, so many shares of each parcel of said stock a* may be necessary will be sold at the office of the company, No. 317 New High street, in the city of Los Angeles, county of Los Angeles, State of California, on Tuesday, the 20th day of October, 1891, at 10 o'clock a.m., to pay such delinquent assessments thereon, together with cost* of advertising and expenses of sale. September 30* 1891. s n i Secretary of the Hesperia Land and Water Company; office at No. 317 New High street, in the city of Los Angeles, county of Los An geles, State of California. 10-115t NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE. *ARY R. SINBABACGH. PLAINTIFF, VB. A ™ Amos A. Durrell, N. T. Blair. Frank Seppl, £ n a x. H. Way, William W. Morgan and Rose Hnlli "V. defendants. H £rV«»ileXo.U,o6B. Order 01 l " lIe and l!ecree of foreclosure and """iiVirier n'nd by virtue of an order of sale and decree of f. weclosuro and sale, Issued out of the Cm «* of the County of Loa Angeles, of tiStonl i aliforiiia. on the 17th day of Sep ,lw a , i S9l, in the above entitled action, "p J, M Rr ,V.Sinsabaugh, the above-named I.a ,\ n'. oouiit. *«J iurtgracnt and f,>rei lnKiiro and s *>c against Amos A. Durrell, c a defendants • » ™ h » l Ho P tem £ A. It." 'Vho . forth -c "urn ol Wndjjd and thirty four m«> 53 100 dollars gohV coin, which said °£ ree . ,22, *S| 17th day of bopte. A > ™,Vt , corded in judgment bo, *»» ™ "■?.[» Sfi .rose page 105, 1 am comma, ,J^,, T certain lots, pieces, or p. wcen> o , ' "j",''; lying and being in tho..**'" '! v °.„j Angeles, State of Califor.'Ha. and bounaen anddescribod as follows: . ... , ~..J Lots numbers one tl). two (.>,;,fom ('1 ,«*iyjfi seven (7), eight (.•»). and nine 26 of Bcacas addition to < 1 "»«» being a sub.llvi.siou of lots tv, cM>-ra and twenty-six (26), Rancho - R * ada m 'a p re* said county of lx>s Angeles, ]* r pif.„LS corded in book 7, pa*o 25, of records of said county,. together " ''..„„ „i 3? of Webber eafion wa.ter. being 35-300 ot an water of said CKfion. ra->re or loss. tone. : Together with all i Jid s V* g, ments, hereditaments and thereunto belonging or i" auywiee appertain., ln piihlic notice is hereb r given. that,on Mon day, the 12th day of oe wrier, A- D-J""* 1 . o'clock M. of that day, m front of the coun house door of the < ounty of lob bus ies, Broadway entrance, 1 1U ": j"r«it dience to said order ol' i l,le , R "i jlpriheT foreclosure and sale, sell the above property, or so much thei f»( M .™ H ? nt 7„?t»S sary to satisfy said judgra< Sailerffli costs, etc., to the highest and he»t biaueri«i| cash, gold coin of the Unit' * states. M Dated this 17th day of Si - BheriffofLo s'-Angeles bounty. J By F. C. Hai-nok. Deputy ~ ier , l f: H)r Geo I. Cochran, attorney tpr plaintiff. ' 0-18 frl4t 9