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How Clever Young Women Manage to
J.lve Pleasantly on a Small Outlay.
There aro a great many poopl oof mod
erate means who would like to spend a
winter in New York, but who look upon
our big city as a great dovourer of money
and who fancy that those who live com
fortably in smaller cities or the country
would be obliged to sojourn in a garret
if they tried to make the same amount
"do" in Now York. The facilities for
pursuing any given course of study,
»uch as music or any of the branches of
art, aro undoubtedly greater here than
elsewhere on this continent, but many
an ambitious woman looks at her parse
hopelessly, thinks of the stories she haa
heard of "New York prices" and gives
up her dream. There is no need of it.
To encourage such, listen to these facts
about the lives of two clever young
women whom I know.
One is an art student; tho other is em
ployed as a private secretary. Their
means are ridiculously small, yet they
have ono of the cosiest homes in New
York, and for it they each pay $2.50 a
week. For twenty dollars a month they
rented a little flat on tho third stago, as
the Parisians say, of v large apartment
house in a respectable but unfashionable
block. It has a pleasant sitting room,
two bedrooms, each larger than the aver
age "hall bedroom," a cunning little
kitchen and a good sized bathroom and
hall. Their gas bill averages eighty
cents a month, and the flat is heated by
steam heat without extra charge.
All the rooms are perfectly light, and
the sitting room has two big windows.
But it was not furnished, you say. No,
but in tho same house other apartments
had been furnished by tho landlord and
rented for thirty dollars each per month.
But these bright girls wanted their own
Lares and Penates, and how much do
you suppose their furnishings cost? The
entire flat was tastefully arranged and
yet for all tho furniture tho price paid
was less than sixty dollars. Tho floors
were stained and in tho sitting room a
small ingrain art square was used. Thero
were three pretty chairs, a table, book
shelves, bits of bric-a-brac, aud each bed
room had a comfortable wide cot.
At the windows dainty cream colored
curtains were looped aside, and the lit
tle art student gleefully told me they
cost "four and three-fourths cents a
yard." Sketches and engravings were
pinned lavishly on tho walls, the oak
rocker had been deliciously cushioned in
crimson; in on© of the embrasured win
dows the packing box "in which our
china came," the secretary confided to
mo with an air of conscious pride, had
been converted into a window seat, with
a bright shawl thrown over it and a big
pillow in a slip of crimson cashmere for
a back. 1 looked around and it was so
sweet and dainty and homelike that 1
pined to stay there—especially when 1
thought of the $2.50 a week each girl
paid for this haven of rest.
For the low priced New York board
ing houso I havo no good word. In the
most moderate priced of these where a
young woman of refined tastes could
live, she would be obliged to pay for a
cold hall bedroom with wretched food
at least six dollars a week; ehe would be
thrown with undesirable people and
have none of the comforts of home.
These girls told me that they lived ex
cellently, and that their food and fuel
cost them for the two but $5.50 a week.
But they were living without a chap
eron? Yes, indeed, and neither was
over twenty-five; but these girls were
ladies, brought up in refined homes.
They were exposed to fewer annoyances
and dangers living happily thus than in
a third rate boarding house, which was
all they could otherwise have afforded.
If some ambitious little woman with
a slender purse who wants so much to
have the advantages offered by some of
New York's great froe institutions—such
as Cooper union, for instance, gives the
art student —reads this, let her profit
thereby, especially if she has some friend
who will join her in making a bit of a
home in onr big city.—New York Cor.
Detroit Free Press.
Miss Mitchell's Dnke.
The Duke of La Rochefoucauld, who
is to marry Miss Mitchell, the daughter
of an American millionaire, has the
bluest blood in France flowing in his
veins. His ancestors represented France
at the Crusade, and men of his name
have filled high office at the court, in tho
army and in the magistracy ever since.
One Duke of La Rochefoucauld was
killed at the massacre of St. Bartholo
mew. Another lived to write a book of
maxims, of which the following are
"The greatest miracle of love is to
eradicate flirtation.''
"There are few women whose charm
survives their beauty."
"Jealousy is always born with love,
but does not always die with it."—Lon
don Figaro.
Why Many Women Tako Cold.
Winter is the gay season, the season
of balls and dancing parties, and in
general, of prolonged amusements and
excitements. We need hot say how
common it is for young ladies to attend
such gatherings imperfectly clad.
The excitement, physical and mental,
extending to a late hour of the night,
renders the surface of the body peculiar
ly susceptible to the outside chill; the
susceptibility is enhanced by the ex
haustion, which at the same time lessens
the power of resistance.
The danger is especially great in rural
districts, where many must ride long
distances to their homes through the icy
air. Tens of thousands have in this
way laid the foundation of fatal disease,
—Youth's Companion.
A Cold Weather Notion,
A cold weather notion is the window
roll. This is made of cheese cloth, that
most useful of materials, and is the
length of the width of the sill and very
narrow. It iB filled with sand and serves
to "stop a crack to keep the wind away,"
to slightly misquote. Care must be
taken not to fill the bag too solidly, as it
does not so well adjust itself as when
loosely packed.—Exchange.
Neuralgia Cared in Fifteen Minutes.
Mr. J. 8. Sturtevant, editor of the
Waupaca, Wis., Post, says: "Last night
Chamberlain' Pain Balm cured my
wiff ol algia of the face and
tooth :ii u>' i minutes. We would not
be wit ho i " 50cent bottles for Bale
byO. F. i n aman,druggist, 222 North
MS't' Bt • i •
Hi aetni.;. ift illy Soap.
Pranks of a Young .Electrician.
Bert McMurty, the thirteen-year-old
son of Oeorgo G. McMurty, of the Apollo
Iron and Steel company, is probably tho
youngest electrician in the country. The
boy has made a study of electricity, and
his father's residence is lighted by ap
pliances manufactured by the lad. He
is a daily visitor in the battery room in
Alleghany city hall, and does not retire
until the doors aro closed for the night.
Recently he rigged up a burglar alarm
and placed wires under the matting in
the hallway. Mr. McMurty returned
about 10 o'clock and was startled by
peculiar noises in different parts of the
house. He investigated, but could not
find the cause. About 1 o'clock in tho
morning he awakened his boy, who dis
closed the plot and was permitted to re
turn to bed.
One cold day recently young McMurty
put some water in the alley backing his
homo on Lincoln avenue, Alleghany,
making a toboggan slide. An ashman
soon after attempted to go up the alley
with his wagon, but failed in the at
tempt, and threatened to tell the boy's
mother. The young fellow was pre
pared for him and promptly connected
wires from his battery with the side'
doorknob and turned on fifteen volts.
The servant, who was in the boy's con
fidence, opened the second story window
and told the man to open the door and
walk in. Ho tried to, but suffered a
severe shock. Ho went to the front
door, but tho young electrician was
ready for him rfnd turned on fifty-two
volts. This had the effect of throwing
tho man into the gutter. He drove away
holding the lines in his left hand.—Pitts
burg Commercial Gazette.
The British Navy Growing.
During the year 1891 there were
launched from the shipbuilding yards
in the kingdom for the navy nineteen
vessels of nearly 108,000 tons, the cost
when completed being £5,854,587, while
the year before the vessels launched
were only 64,200 tons, and worth £3,250,
--000. The principal vessels have, of
course, been launched from the royal
dockyards, from which eight vessels of
68,100 tons were floated, as compared
with eight vessels of 22,520 tons in the
previous year. The vessels launched for
tho navy in 1891 include three immense
battle ships of 14,150 tons, having twin
engines to give thorn a speed of
They will each have four 67-ton guns,
which can easily penetrate twenty-two
inches of armor. These ships cost £850,
--000 each. There were also three first
class cruisers of about 7,500 tons, to
steam about twenty knots an hour.
They will each have two 22-ton guns.
These cruisers will cost £370,000 each.
Tho other vessels were small, high speed
cruisers, each costing about £180,000.
They will travel twenty knots an hour,
and are made to keep at sea for long
periods on foreign stations. —Mechanical
Will Dive for Two Millions.
Captain F. Ryan, the government
diver, expects to complete arrangements
in a few days to go to Yokohama to
raise $2,000,000 worth of gold bullion
which sank in 205 feet of water in the
harbor some years ago. Captain Ryan
will get half of the treasure if ho suc
ceeds in raising it.
Captain Ryan says the bullion was
lost overboard while being transferred
from one vessel to another, and that sev
eral Japanese divers have attempted to
raise it, and three or four of them lost
their lives in the undertaking, and that
a diver on a British man-of-man also
lost his Life in the attempt. He says that
finally the Japanese government has re
quested its consul at San Francisco to
make arrangements with an American
diver, and promise half the treasure to
any one who will recover it.—Seattle
Post Intelligencer.
A Dynamite Proof Train.
An interesting manufacturing process
has just been witnessed by a special
commission in the Alexandrowski works
of the Societe Franco-Russe. Two im
perial trains were to be constructed, the
carriages of which were to be lined with
steel plating. For this purpose sheets
of very large size and in a single piece
were required. The Alexandrowski
Steel works devised a method of obtain
ing from an ingot sheets sixty feet long
and four feet wide in one piece, and thus
solved a very difficult manufacturing
problem. M. Murizier, manager of the
steel works, states that the sheets could
not have been produced by any other
establishment in Russia. The. success
ful issue of tho contract is largely owing
to the possession of a triple cylinder en
gine of 2,000 horse power.—Mechanical
Very Large Mullet.
Captain J. E. Guthrie and his crew of
fishermen, who are fishing for tho lola
Fish company at the mouth of Tampa
bay, caught 14,000 mullet at one haul
Thursday, one of the largest catches
ever made in this section, and probably
in Florida. About 100 of the mullet
caught were extra largo, six of them
measuring more than twenty-six inches
long and weighing something over six
pounds and three quarters. Captain
Guthrie at the name time landed three
fifteen-foot sharks on the beach and cap
tured three move of equal size in the fish
nets.—Tampa (Fla.) Tribune.
Ls Grippe Successfully Treated.
"I have just recovered from a second
attack of the grip this year," says Mr.
Jas. O. Jones, publisher of the Leader,
Mexia, Tex. "In the latter case I used
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and I
think with considerable success, only
being in bed a little over two daye,
against ten days for the first attack.
The second attack, I am satisfied, would
have been equally as bad aa the first,
but for the use of thia remedy, aa I bad
to go to bed in about aix hours after be
ing'struck' with it, while in the first
caae I waa able to attend to business
about two days before getting 'down.'"
60 cent bottles for sale by C. F. Heinze
man, druggist, 222 North Main street.
Bhiloh's Consumption Cure.
This is beyond question the most snccessful
Cough Medicine we have ever sold, a few doses
invariably cine the wont cases of Cough,
Croup and Brouohitis, while its wonderful
success in the cure of Consumption is without
a parallel in the history oi medicine. Since its
first discovery it has been sold on a guarantee,
a test which no other medicine can stand. If
you have a cough we earnestly ask yon to try
It. Price 10c, 60c and fl. If your lungs are
sore, cheat or back lame, nse Shlloh's Porous
Plaster. Sold wholesale by Haas, Barnch &
Co., and all retail druggists
Drink Dbxbeck Chami-aqns, A. J. Woolla
cott, agent.
, Every one suffers
from Catarrh in the Head. Those
who don't have it suffer from those
who do. It's a disease you can't
keep to yourself.
Hero aro some of the symptoms:
Headache, obstruction of nose, dis
charges falling into throat, some
times profuse, watery, and acrid,
at others, thick, tenacious, mucous,
purulent, bloody, putrid, and offen
sive ; eyes weak, ringing in ears,
deafness; offensive breath; smell
and taste impaired, and general de
bility. But only a few of these
likely to be present at once.
The cure for it—for Catarrh it
self, and all the troubles that come
from it—a perfect and permanent
cure, is Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy.
The worst cases yield to its mild,
soothing, cleansing and healing
properties. A record of 25 years
has proved that to its proprietors
—and they're willing to prove it
to you.
They do it in this way: If they
can't cure your Catarrh, no matter
how bad your case, or of how long
standing, they'll pay you $500 in
cash. Can you have better proof of
the healing power of a medicine ?
—•'• ORQVIUE.CAL.-; —
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ness, Fits, Neuralgia, Headache, Nervous Pros
tration caused by alcohol or tobacco, Wakeful
ness, Mental Depression, Softening of Brain,
causing insanity, misery, decay, death. Prema
ture Old Age, Barrenness, Lobs of Power in
either sex, Impotency, Leucorrhoea snd all
Female Weaknesses, Involuntary Losses, Sper
matorrhoea caused by over-exertion of brain,
Self-abuse, Over-indulgence. A month's treat
ment ft, 6 for 15, by mail We guarantee six
boxes to cure. Each order for 6 boxes, with $5,
will send written guarantee to refund if not
cured. Guarantees issued only by H. M. SALE
& SON, druggists, sole agents, 220 S. Spring
street, Los Angeles, CaL
xlr CURB
A new and Complete Treatment, consisting of
Suppositories, Ointment in Capsules, also in
Box and Pills; a Positive Cure for External,
Internal, Blind or Bleeding Itching. Chronic,
Recent or Hereditary Piles. This remedy has
never been known to fail. $1 per box, 6 for $5;
sent by mail. Why Buffer from this terrible
disease when a written guarantee is positively
given with 6 boxes. To refund the money tf
not cured. Send stamp for free sample. Guar
antee issued by C. F. HEINZEMAN, druggist,
sole agent, 222 N. Main street, Los Angeles. Cal.
When I s«j care I do not mean merely to stop thorn
for a time and then have them return again. I mmn a
radical cure. I have made the disease of FITS, EPI
LEPSY or FALLING SICKNESS a life-long atadj, I
warrant my remedy to cure the wont oaseß. Because
others have failed ia no reuon for not now receiving a
core. Send at one* for a treatise and a Free Bottle of
my infallible remedy. Give Express and Post Office.
H. G. BOOT, M. C 183 Pearl St., N. Y.
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BEFORE or after looking at all other orange
growl og sections in Southern California,
come and take a good look at Redlands, and let
your own good judgment tell you whether this
Is, or is not. the choicest spot in California for
growing oranges.
Free from scale, freest from fogs, freest from
wind, freest from frost. Live people In a live
place. Half a million dollars' worth of new
residences ln the past year, and the building
still goes on. Call on the undersigned, who will
be glad to show you the beauties of the place
and all improved property for sale, and will not
annoy you by urging you to buy. Three snap
bargains In bearing groves for quick buyers.
Agent for Redlands real estate,
State street, near Hotel Windsor.
A BEAUTIFUL VALIKY that has all ;he ad
vantages of Redlands, excepting the fact
that it is a newer country. Exclusive agents
for over 1000 acres. A gents for over 600* acres.
Have sold 430 acres to sharp and well-posted
buyers ln the past few months. Prices from
$85 to $150 an acre.
Agents for Alessandro lands,
B. W, Brown, Moreno.
T. H. Sharpless, Redlands.
10 acres eight-year-old bearing orange trees,
20 acres, 12 acres bearing orange trees, bal
ance improved, $17,000.
20 acres, 8 acres bearing orange trees,balance
improved, $10,000.
9% acres, all in good- bearing oranges and
raisins, $13,500.
Sole agents for all of above properties all be
low regular prices. Agent for improved prop
erties from $3500 to $100,000 each. Unim-
S roved land ln tracts to suit purchasers, from
acres up to 5000 acres o.f»ch.
State st., near Kotel Windsor. Redlaadi, C»L
' 1-19 Om
Location of Principal Place of Busi
ness, in the City of Los Angeles,
the following described stock, on account
of assessment levied on the 23d day of Decem
ber, 1891 (and an assessment levied previous
thereto, on the 24th day of July, 1888), the
several amounts set opposite the names of the
respective shareholders, as follows:
No. of Cer- No. of
tlficates. Shares. Ain't
Mrs. C. H. Adams 12 3 $ 6.00
8. D. Baker 37 2 16.00
Chapman Bradford.. .128 38)
Chapman Bradford.... 129 5J- 90.00
Chapman Bradford 130 2)
Chas. E.Day 42 10 20 00
B. F. Day 28 6 48.00
Mrs. L. E. de Hart 15 2 4.00
Lizzie Halllsey 38 2 4.00
Mary Halllsey 33 3 6.00
Joseph Bardic 5 250 500 00
Mrs. Lulu N. Hinton . .77 25 200 00
Eldredge Knight 40 2 16.00
Florence Knight 39 2 16.00
M. B. Lewis 30 51
M. B. Lewis 31 6 1
M, B. Lewis 136 25
M. B. Lewis 137 25 I
M. B. Lewis 138 25 ; 290.00
M. B. Lewis 139 25
M. B. Lewis 140 25
M. B. Lewis 85 5
M. B. Lewis 80 5 J
J. W. Mattlce 114 180 360.00
8. J. Mathes 70 25 50.00
L. E, Myers 21 40 80.00
W.P.Northcross 7 250 500.00
C. J.Perkins 32 3 6.00
Rev. J. H. Phillips ... 41 C 48.00
E. M. Powers 25 1 8.00
li. 8 Stoneman 23 2 4 00
Edwin Weeks 8 H 0.00
SusanFilley 84 5 40.00
Mrs. Rachel Hohenfis. .83 2 4 00
Mrs Faunle H. Wolf.. S2 3 6.00
Clarence B. Mudge. .115 1 8.00
Jas. M.Taylor 132 1 2.00
J. 8. Van Doren 152 10 20 00
W. A. I'eabody 153 2 16 00
Geo. 8. Robinson 154 215 430.00
A. Thornton 155 8 16.00
John H.Norton 156 90 180.00
And ln accordance with law, so many shares
of each parcel of such stock as may be neces
sary, will be sold, at the office of the company,
room N0.7, at 144 South Main street, Los Angeles,
California, on the 9th day of March, 1892. at
11 o'clock, a m. of such day, to pay delinquent
assessments thereon, together with costs of
advertising and expenses of the sale.
M. A. IREY, Secretary.
Location of office. No. 144 South Main street,
Los A ngeles, Cal. 2 24 td
Notice of Dissolution of Co-Partner
1 existing under the firm name of M. Levy &
Co., composed of Michel Levy, Lesser Hlrsh
feld and Louis Lew in, doing business in the
city of Los Angeles, Los Angeles county, Cali
fornia, under such firm name of M. Levy & Co,,
has been this 20th day of February, 1892, dis
solved by mutual consent.
The said Louis Lo win has sold all his interest
in said co partnership to the said Michel Levy
and Lesser Hirshfeld, who will continue said
business, and collect all indebtedness due and
to grow due to said former firm, and pay all
indebtedness due or to grow due, from said for
mer firm.
Dated Loa Angeles, Cel., Feb. 20th, 1892.
State op California, j
County of Los Angeles, j
On this 20th day of February, iv the year
A D. 1892, before me, Sam'l Prager, a notary
public ln and for said Los Angeles county,
personally appeared Michel Levy, Lesser
Hirshfeld, Louis Lew in, known to me to be the
persons described in, whose names are sub
scribed to, and who executed the within instru
ment, and they acknowledged to me that they
executed the same.
Witness my hand and official seal, the day
and year in this certificate first above written.
SAM'L PRAGER, Notary Public,
|sbal| In and for Los Angeles Co., Cal.
Certificate of Co-Partnership.
We, the undersigned, do hereby certify that
we are partners transacting business in the
State oi California, at the City of Los Angeles,
Los Angeles county, under the firm name and
style of M. Levy & Co.; that the names ln full
of all the members of such co-partnership are
Michel Levy and Lesser Hirshfeld, and that the
place of residence of each of us is the city of
Los Angeles, California.
In witness whereof, we have hereunto set our
hands and written the places of our residence
opposite to our names, this 20th day of Febru
ary, 1892.
MICHEL LEVY, Los Angeles, Cal.
State of California, i
County of Los Angeles, j SB -
On this 20th day of February, in the year
A. D. 1892, before me, Sam'l Prager, a notary
public in and for said Los Angeles county, per
sonally appeared Michel Levy and Lesser Hirsh
feld, known to me to be the persons described
in, whose names are subscribed to, and who
executed the within instrument, and they
acknowledged to me that they executed the
Witness mv hand and official seal, the day
and year in this certificate first above written.
[seal 1 SAM'L PRAGER, Notary Public,
2-23 tu4t In aud for Los Angeles Co., Cal.
Notice of Sale of Real Estate Under
• defendant.
Sheriff's sale No. 13,699.
By virtue of an execution issued out of the
Superior Court of the County of Los Angeles,
State of California, wherein S. Maier, plain
tiff, and M. B. Samson, defendant, upon a judg
ment rendered the 2d day of January, A. D.
1892, for the sum of 483 12-100 dollars, in
lawful money of the United States, besides
costs and interest, I have this day levied upon
all the right, title, claim and interest oi said
defendant, M. B. Sameon, of, in and to the fol
lowing described real estate, situate in the
County of Los Angeles, State of California,
and.bounded and described as follows:
Lot one (1) and lot seventeen (17) in block
thirty-two (32) of the Electric Railway Home
stead association tract.
. Public notice Is hereby given that I will, on
Wednesday, the 24th day of February, A. D.
1892, at 12 o'clock M. of that day, in front of
the courthouse door of the county of Los An
geles, Broadway entrance, sell at public auc
tion, for cash, lawful money of the United
States, all the right, title, claim and interest of
said defendant, M. B. Samson, of, in and to the
above described property, or so much thereof
as may be necessary to raise sufficient to satis
fy said judgment, with interest and costs, etc.,
to the highest and best bidder.
Dated this 23th day of January. 1892.
Sheriff of Los Angeles County.
By F. C. Hannon, Deputy Sheriff.
Thos. B. Brown, Attorney for Plaintiff.
2-2 Tues 4t
the stockholders of the Lake Hemet Water
company will be held at the office of the com
pany, room 28 Baker block, Los Angeles, Cal.,
on Monday, March 7, 1892, at 1:30 p. m., for
the purpose of electing a board of directors and
transacting such other business as may come
before the meeting. J. M. MANLEY,
feb 21-2 wks Secretary.
holders of the Los Angeles Terminal Land
company will be held at the general office of
tho company, corner of First and Myers sts.,
Los Angeles, Cal.. on Wednesday, March 9,
1892. at 10 o'clock a.m., for the purpose of
electing directors, and transacting such other
business as may come before them.
2-28 lOt WM. WINCUP, Secretary.
St. Charles Building, 316 N. Main St.
This well-known Restaurant has passed into
the hands of Nicholas Mercadante, who will
hereafter conduct it. Everything neat and
attractive. Patrons will be served with the
best the market affords at the most reasonable
prices. Give this restaurant a trial and you
will go nowhere else 1-31 2m
Farm Implements and Vehicles.
Contractors' Grading Tools a Specialty.
146,148, 150 aad 152 North Lm Angeles St.
2-14 tf
Baker Iron Works
950 to 966 BUKNA VISTA BT,
Adjoining the Southern Faolflo grounds. Tel*
> phone 124. 7-21 tf
Pacific Coast S. 5. Go.
Agents, San Francisco. Northern routes
embrace lines ior Portland, Ore.; Victoria, B.
0., and I-uget Sound, Alaska, and all coast
Time Table for March, 1898.
Port Harford....]
Banta Barbara... 8. S. Corona, March 5, 14, 23,
Redondo April 1.
San Pedro f 8. 8. Santa Rosa, March 1,10,
Newport 19, 28, April 6.
San Diego
For 1 B. 8. Eureka. March 3,12,21,
Redondo I 30, April 8.
Ban Pedro and ,8. 8. Los Angeles, March 8,
Way Porta J 17,20, April 4.
LEAVE lAS rsDSO and bkdondo.
For IS. 8. Banta Rosa. March 3,
I 12, 21,30, Aprils.
Newport ,B. 8. Corona, March 7, 16,
Ban Diego J 25, April 3.
For ] B. S. Santa Rosa, March 0.14,
Ban Francisco... I 23, April 1.
Port Harford.... f 8. S. Corona, March 9,18,27,
Banta Barbara... J April 5.
For 1 8. 8. Los Angeles, March 2,
SanFrancisoo 1 11,20, 29, April 7.
and 18. 8 Eureka, March 6, IS,
Way Porta j 24, April 2.
Cars to connect with steamers via Ban Pedro,
leave 8. P. R. R. depot, Fifth street, Loa An
geles, at 9:25 o'clock a. m.
Passengers nor steamer Corona and Santa
Rosa, via Redondo, north bound, leave Santa
Fe depot at 10:15 a.m.: or from Redondo Rail
way depot, corner Jefferson street and Grand
aye., 10:05 a. m.
Passengers per Los Angeles and Eureka via
Redondo, leave Santa Fe depot at 4:50 p. m.
Plans of steamers' cabins at agent's office,
where berths may be secured.
The company reserve the right to change the
steamers or their days of sailing.
stVFor passage or freight as above cr for
tickets to and from all Important points In
Europe, apply to
W. FARRIS, Agent,
Office. No. 184 West Second at,. Los Angelea.
Depot cor. Aliso and Anderson streets. Take
car or'bus from corner of Main and Arcadia
streets direct for depot.
Leave Monrovia for Leave Los Angeles for
Los Angeles. Monrovia.
7:00 am and 9:osam 8:00amano 11:10 am
1:15 pmand 4:lspm 3:10 pm and s:lopm
Leave Alhambra for Leave Alhambra for
Los Angeles. Monrovia.
7:27 am and 9:32 am 8:18 am and 11:33 am
1.42 pm and 4 -.42 pm 3 ;33 pm and 5:33 pm
Leave Los Angeles at 9:30 a.m. and 5:10 p.m
Leave Monrovia at 8:00 a.m. and 4 p.m.
Time between Los Angeles and Monrovia, 48
Soto Street, Lake Vineyard, Chapman,
Batz; San Marino, Baldwin,
Ramona, K. Ban Gabriel, Arcadia,
Alhambra, Bunny Slope.
geles county, state of California. Louise
Weyse and Louise Naud, Louis Naud, Julie
Emelia Weyse and Otto G. Weyse, jr., minors,
by their guardian ad litem, Julia Weyse, plain
tiffs, vs. Henry G. Weyse, defendant.
Under and by virtue of an Interlocutory de
cree in partition and order of sale made and
issued out of the Superior Court of Los Angeles
county, state of California, in the above en
titled action, which said decree was on the 4th
day of February, 1892, recorded in Book 33 of
Judgments, page 268, of said court, j, the un
dersigned, the duly appointed and qualified
referee in partition in said action, am com
manded to sell all that certain tract and parcel
of land situate, lying and being ln Los Angeles
city, Los Angeles county, state of California,
which said property is a triangular piece of
land known as the Naud Warehouse property,
and is particularly described as follows, to-wit:
Bounded on the north by land formerly known
as the vineyard of Ylario Ybarra; on the west
by Alameda street; on the south by the track
of the Southern Pacific railroad that runs from
Los Angeles to Spadra, and by New Main street;
which said parcel of land includes all
that part of the wine-cellar building
of Nand, Weyse & Co., referred to in
the complaint, particularly described as
follows, to-wit: Beginning at a point on the
east line of Alameda street, being the north
west corner of the land known as the Naud
ware house property, and the northwest corner
of the said wine cellar building; thence south,
69K degrees east. 180% feet to a point in the
middle line of the partition wall between the
Naud warehouse building and the wine cellar
building; thence westerly along the said mid
dle line of said partition wall to Alameda
street; thence along the east line of Alameda
street to the place of beginning.
Notice is hereby given, that on Wednesday,
the 9th day of March, 1892, at 12 o'clock noon
of that day, in front of the premises on Alame
da street, in Los Angeles city. Los Angeles
county, California, I will, in obedience to said
decree and order of sale sell tbe above de
scribed property, in one psrcel, to the highest
and best bidder, for cash, lawful money of the
United States, 10 per cent of the amount bid to
be;paid at the time of sale and the balance on
confirmation of the sale by the court.
Note—Abstract of title to above described
property can be seen at the office of Jacob
Knhrts, No. 107 West First street, Los Angeles
city. 1-18 td
Notice for Publication of Time for
Proving: Will, Etc.
No. 17,022.
California. County of Los Angeles—ss.
In the matter of the estate ot John G. Rheude,
dOC CftßG d
Notice is hereby given that Thursday, the
10th day of March, 1892, at 10 o'clock a. m
of said day, at the court room of this court, de
partment two thereof. In the city of Los An
geles, connty of Los Angeles, and
state of California, has been appointed
as the time and place for hearing the
application of Christiana D. Rheude, praying
that a document now on file in this court, pur
porting to be the last will and testament of the
said deceased, he admitted to probate, that
letters testamentary be issued thereon to her,
at which time and place all persons interested
therein may appear and contest the same.
Dated February 25th, 1892.
T. H. WARD, County Clerk.
By W. L. Warren, Deputy.
Lonis Luckel, Attorney for Petitioner.
X. ing company.
Principal place of business No. 303 West
First street, In the city of Los Angeles, in the
Btate of California.
Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of
the directors held on the 27th day of January,
1892, an assessment of 2% cents a share was
levied upon the capital stock of the corpora
tion, payable on the 3d day of March, 1892, lo
me, William Scrimgeour, secretary, at the office
of said corporation. Any stock upon which
this assessment shall remain unpaid on the 3d
day of March, 1892, will be delinquent and
advertised for sale at public auction, and unless
payment is made will be sold on the 30th day
of March, 1892, to pay the delinquent assess
ment together with the cost of advertising and
expenses of sale. WM. SCRIMGEOUR,
No. 303 West First street, city of Los Angeles,
California. 1-28-td
Notice for Pnblication of Time for
Proving: Will, Etc.
No. 17,094.
X California, connty of Los Angeles—ss.
Iti the matter of the estate of John M.
Skinner, deceased.
Notice la hereby given that Tuesday, the
Bth day of March. 1892, at 10 o'clook a m.
of said day, at the courtroom of this court,
Department Two thereof, in the city of Los
Angeles, county of Los Angeles, and state of
California, has been appointed as the time and
place tor hearing the application of Sarah L.
Skinner, praying that a document now on file
ln this court, purporting to be the last
will and testament of the said deceased, be
admitted to probate, that letters testamentary
be issued thereon to Sarah L Skinner,
at which time and place aU persons in
terested therein may appear and contest the
Dated February 23,1892.
T. H. WARD, Connty Clerk.
By F. E. Lowry, Deputy.
Thos. B. Brown, Attorney for Petitioner.
2-24 lOt
isting between the undersigned C. M. Bell
and I. S. YAngstadter, under the firm name of
Bell & Langstadter, has thia day been dissolved
by mutual consent. All accounts due the firm
will be paid to C. M. Bell, who will pay all
debts of tbe late ftrin.
C. M . BELL,
Feb. 1,1892. 2 151 m
Southern Pacific Company.
February 13,1892.
Trains leave and are due to arrive at
Filth street, dally, as follows:
Leave For dhbtin attojT Arr. From
3 50p.m Banning. 10:15 MB
5:10 p. m Banning 10:00 p.m
9:05 a.m. Colton 4:20p.m
350 Pm Colton lOtOO&ae.
5:10 pm Colton 10:15 a.m.
S'lOP-m Deming and East... 10:00 p.m.
, 6:10 p. m El Paso and East... 10:00 p. m.
II6:00 p. m Chlno || 8:37 a. m!
9:25 a.m. B ££** ai **\ 3:32 p.m.
12:40 p. m Long Beach 11:49 a. m.
4:50 p.m. K7ST" 1 !
1 2i9 p - m ' Ogden and East, Ist class 4:00p.m
2:00 p. m. Ogden and East, 2d class 6:55 a. m
10:40 p. m Portland, Or o ;55 a. m.
9:05 a. m Riverside 10:15 a.m.
3:50 p. m Riverside 4:20 p.m.
»:10p.m Riverside 10:00p m
9:05 a. m San Bernardino 10:15 a. m
8:50 p. m San Bernardino 4 20 p.m.
? : J°P- m San Bernardino..... 10:00£7 m.
5:10 p. m Redlands l&ljfca
»:05»-m Redlands 4:20p m
3:50p.m Redlands 10 00b m
2:00 p. m. San Fran, andßaeram : to 6 56 Sim
10:40 p. m. San Fran, and SacrSa'to 4 00 p. m
|| 9:87 a.m. Santa Ana and Anaheim 9 .00 1 m
5:02 p. m. Santa Ana and Anaheim || 4:04 p. m
2:00 p. m Santa Barbara 400 p. a.
7:25 a.m Santa Barbara 9 .05 p m
?:?»« m SantaMonlca 12:17 pi,
!:17p.m SanUMonica 4:28 p.m
5:07 p. m. SanUMonica 8:37 a. m
U6:lsp.m SantaMonlca 117:50 im
4:40 p.m. Tustin 8 48 *5
4:40 p. m Whittier 8:43 a. m
Whittier.: H 4-20 pirn.
.Local, and through tickets sold, baggage
chocked, Pullman sleeping car reservations
made,and general information given upon ap
plication to J. M. CRAWLEY. Asst Q. Pas AriT
SftrlV 1 . 8 ; Bprtn Cor CHA'RISa
BBYLER, Agent at Depots.
|| Sundays excepted.
RICH'S GRAY, Gen. Traffic Max.
" Gen'l Passenger Agt
COMPANY (Santa Fe Route).
Leave- Arrive.
*12:?0 pm Overland • 2:45 pm
I 2 ; i2 am BanDiegoCoastLine.. • 1:17 im
! 1-25 pm San Diego Coast Line... • 7 :15 pm
* 5:30 am j Ban Bernardino via I * 9:40 am
I, 5 : 2S am 1 Pasadena. «10:45 am
*1?:20 pm San Bernardino via l « 2:46 pm
! i : 2°. P m I Pasadena. * 6:25 pro
i S; 3 ® » m ) Riverside , -10:45 am
1,2 : 22 am ( via {* 2:45 pm
*12 20 pm> ...San Bernardino... f *|«:25 Dm
*1J:00 am j Riverside and San j 4o:16 n
* 5:05 pm j Ber'dlno via Orange i • 6:42 mm
* 5:30 am i Redlands, Mentone f * 6:25 pm
* 8:30 »n» L-.j. and Highland....! • 9:40 am
*12:20 pm f . Panorama train . 1 *10:45 aa
4:00 pm J ....via Pasadena.... I * 2:45 pm
*11:00 am f Re Jlands, Mentone i , _
* 506 pm [S3 Highland, via ] * **g ££
. c ' Orange & Riverside. < oa *
I * 10:46 •»
•10:25 am I • 2-25 pm
*12:20 pm Asusa, Pasadena and I 1 2 :45 pm
* 4:00 pm V intermediate < ' 6:25 pas
7 : 25 pm Stations. 10:87 pm
* \%l pm t 8:60 am
t 5:22 pm t 4: 40 pm
♦11:00 pm J I t 7;48 pm
t b:4O am Pasadena t 7:46 am
" 8:15 am Santa Ana * 1:17 pm
* 3:05 pm Santa Ana * 6:42 pm
•• ••• • Santa Ana • 7:16 pm
t 4:42 pm Santa Ana t B*o am
•10:15 am Redondo Beach * 8:29 am
* 4:50 pm Redondo Beach • 8.68 pm
♦,5:80 am j San Jacinto j »10:45 am
f12:20 pm j via Pasadena. ft 6:25 pm
tll:O0 so! Ban Jacinto. .. i ,10:15 am
;V."»A ii via Orange. J I 6:42 pm
T }? : 2°. pm t emecula, via Pasadena 110:45 am
tll:00 am .Temecula, via Orange. +10:15 am
t 8:15 am Kseondido via Coast Line ♦ 1:17 pm
t 3:05 pm Escondidovia Coast line t 7:15 pm
•Dally, tDaily except Sunday.
■». chambers, Ticket Agent
First-street Depot.
CHAS. T. PARSONS, Ticket Agent.
129 North Spring street, Loa Angelea.
Depot at foot of First street f3B
Los Angeles Terminal BtfiiT Co.
Leave JLos Angelea for Leave Pasadena for
Pasadena. Los Angelea.
t 6:35 a. m 6:00 aim
* 7:10 a. m ;. I iJ,
;8:00a.m ™ * • Imtm
* 9:30 a. m » 910 a m
•11:00 a. m >11 : 05 tZ 5
•12:00 m *10Op:2
* ?:00p.m > 2 05SS.
;*:oop.m. 4i05 p m
* 6:20 p. m 5:25 p.m.
* 6:20 p. m • 7 06 £S
* 9:28 p. m .>lO*tS
ni:26 p. m ::.n«;lBcS:
Downey avenne leaving time 7 minutes later.
Running time between Loa Angeles and Pasa
dena 30 minutes.
Leave Los Angelea for Leave Altadena for
Altadena. Loa Angelea.
* 9:30 a. m. *10-40 a. m.
; 4:00 p. m ..".."""i gg*
Running time between Loa Angelea and Alta
dena, 56 minutes.
All trains start from First-street depot.
Leave Los Angelea for Leave Glendale for Loa
Glendale. Angelea.
t 7:00 a. m. f 7;40 a. m.
* 8:25 a. m. ."."..* 9 20a.au
p. m :::> i :O 5 p. £
. * ,:00pm * 8:50 p^m
* 5:15 p. m » g;1 0 gm|
Running time between Loa Angelea and Glen
dale, 35 minutes. Add 6 minutes for Verduco
Park time.
Loa Angeles, Long Beach and Eaat Ban Pedro,
Dbpqt—Bast end of Flrst-st. Bridge.
Leave Los Angeles for Leave East Ban Pedro
Long Beach and East for
San Pedro. Loa Angelea.
510:00 a.m • 8:00 a.m..
tlo:3oa.m t 3:80 p.m..
J 1:40p.m * 4:00 p.m. .„. ..
t 5:00 p.m $12:00 m '
} 5:15 p.m (
Between Los Angeles and Long Beach, 50
minutes; between Los Angeles and East Ban
Pedro, 1 hour; between East San Pedro and
Long Beach, 10 minutes.
•Daily. fDaily, oxoept Sundays. (Sundays
only. Stages meet the 8:05 a.m. train at
Pasadena for Mt. Wilson on new trafL
Special rates to excursion and picnic parties
Depots east end First st .and Downey-avenue
General offices. First-street Depot.
, T. B. BURNETT, Gen. Manager
Jy2-ti w. wiNcup. a. pTa. m """"
Redondo Railway
In Effect Monday, Oct. 5, 5 a.m., '91.
Los Angeles Depot, Corner Grand Aye. and Jef
ferson st.
Take Grand aye. cable or Ifaln-at and Agri
cultural Park horse cara.
Trains Leave Trains Leave
Los Angelea Redondo
for Redondo. for Los Angelea
8:50 a.m. daily 7:00 a.m. daily
1005 a.m. dally 8:40 am. dally
1:35 p.m. dally 11 25 a.m. dally
5:35 p.m. daily 4:10 p.m. daily
Running time between Loa Angelea and Be
dondo 50 minutes.
President Snpt
R. H. THOMPSON, Vice-President.
Compagnie Generals Transatlantiijoe.
North river.foot of Morton street. £ 9k.
Travelers by this Une avoid both transit by
English railway and the discomfort of orossln
the Channel in a small boat
LA GASCOGI E, March sth,
LA CHAMPA NB, March 12th.
LA NORMAN' lE, March 19th.
For freight or i asage apply to
A. FORGET, Agent,
. » „„.. No - 3 BowUng Green, New York,
3. F. FUGAZIA 00., Agents, 6 Montgomery
aye.. Han Francisco 389 tf
, sgsgjsaa
S TA % 33 » acicsowledgea
sii&ttr. tn6 leading remedy fof
VfjGm miu> ctrisnn. • t-eucoirhcea or V\ hitca
1 mm I prescribe It and feel
1 Gcli t ki .-aln in reuummaniing a)
. «MTHEE»MBCHL«!r»'nt) to all sufferers.
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