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THE CAPTIVES OF CHARON.
Why are the mountains darkened. And wot, as If with tears? Is It tbe sword of the north wind. Or tbo rain's long flight of spenrsf Neither the winds that smite them. Nor the rains incessant shed; It is tbe constant presence Of Charon and the deadl Before him he drives the young men, Behind he drags the old, And seated ou his saddle The children he doth hold. The old men supplicate him. Their hands the young men wring, "Oh, halt beside some village. Beside some flowing spring: "That the old may quenoh their thirst there The young the discus throw. And the children pluck the (lowers That on the margin grow." But Charon, smiling sternly. Pursued his gloomy way: "I halt beside no village. And by no spring I stay. "For mothers coming for water Would know the babes they bore. And their late lost wives the husbands— Aud none could part them morel" So over the mountains Charon, With swift aud silent tread. Upon hiß black horse mounted. Compels the captive Dead!. -It. H. Stoddard. HIS SON AND HER SON. The snow had been falling all day long, and the dark November weather had changed the streets of Paris to dis mal drains for the molting flakes. An omnibus stopped at the head of Prony street, and from ita aristocratic interior stepped a twelve-year-old boy with a morocco satchel under his arm. Ho ran to tho door of an elegant house, aud the next moment was clattering up tho marble steps to the vestibule. "Is mother homer" he asked of the servant, as she helped him off with bis wet overcoat and leggings. "No," waa the answer. "Her ladyship has not come in." '' And. my sisters?' "Miss Christine and Miss Yvonne are in the reception room with Diana and their dolls." In the reception room he found Chris tine seated before a cheerful fire. "Oh, how glad 1 am that you have I'ot home!" she cried, throwing her arms about his neck. "We are so lonely! father went out after breakfast, and r.iother about the time you left for school. Father came back with some cakes, but he went right out again." "I have been thinking of father and mother all schooltime. Something is wrong. Have you not noticed, Chris tine?" "Mother seemed a little put out with father. But that is nothing new. I have noticed that this long time." "Yes," cried little six-year-old Yvonne, "1 have often seen papa crying when 1 caught him in the study and put my hands over his eyes. Ever since the ludy in red" "What is* that she is chattering about?" interrupted the boy. with a superior air. Yvonne was touched in her feminine -weak spot. "I know it better than you, for I was with mamma. Wo were coming out of the Louvre shops, and I had my balloon —the one you broke" "You should say burst," said her brother. Taking no notice, the child went on with her story: "Then mamma said to Firmin, 'I am going to walk across the Palais Royal: have the carriage for us before the Bourse.'" Christine and Gaetan looked at each other, hardly able to keep from laugh ing. But Yvonne kept on with her re flections. "I know what I saw, at any rate. And when we met papa with the lady in red, mamma drew me away and squeezed my wrist so hard she hurt me." "What lady in, red?" exclaimed Chris tine. "There, now!" cried Yvonne, "per haps you'll believe me. And the lady had an elegant bonnet, and a gold veil, and a silk parasol, and, and" But Gaetan jumped up suddenly, ex claiming: "Don't listen to her nonsense! Why should not papa walk with a lady in red if he wants to? There are plenty of ladies come here on mamma's Thurs days, and she and pa don't get angry over them." "Of course not," said Christine. The hours creep on, the Greek theme is written and Ovid in a fair way to be 1 converted into bad French, when loneli ness proves too much for Gaetan's phi losophy and he gets up to rejoin his sister by the fire. Just then several quick, sharp peals of the bell were heard, and a young and beautiful woman soon made her appear ance. The children had hardly finished a stormy but affectionate welcome to their mother when the door again opened and tfteir father came in. He re ceived the children's caresses in an ab stracted way, and turning to the count ess said with some emotion: "Clotilde, we must arrange our affairs immediately. Take the children out and come back here, 1 beg of you." "As yon like," she said. Left alone, Count Bellefontaine took the code from tho table and opened it at Articles 1448 and 1449, and read: "The wife who has obtained a decree of sep aration from bed and board assumes the free control of her property. She must contribute to the expense of educating the children of the marriage, if her husband has no property she must bear the whole of this expense." He closed the book and leaned on the mantel with his back to the tire. "1 don't care for the money, but the .children. 1 None of them is to go with me. The judge so ordered, and they aro to be brought to see me once a month. As if I were no longer their father, be cause— No consideration! Temptation, passion, weakness # * » never taken into account, and then in three years divorce —unless Clotilde should forgive. She'll never do that, for she nas chosen this course." "Thank you, Clotilde. You have not kept me waiting. Here are the keys of my secretary." You will find cash" and title deeds all safe." "And how about yourself? How are yon to live? Though I have been wronged I bear yonr name, and cannot permit you to suffer. "\ "I thank yon, Clotilde, for your com misseration, but I cannot accept it at yonr hands." "So having broken your faith, yon wish now to play the magnanimous!" "Remember that 1 have been defeated. I am punished enough." "That is so. But that punishment Weighs upon me, too, and more heavily than you imagine. The sight of my ruined home, the publicity of all and the scandal afloat!" "You were inflexible." "My dignity was at stake, sir." "Say your pride." "Yes, and my hate. I could not forgive you for giving me a rival." "A rival! I have told you a hundred times how it was. You were off in the country, nursing your mother. You had all the children, and there I was alone in Paris for months, with nothing to do and bored to death. Then the oppor tunity came.. "However, enough of this. I shall say nothing further than is necessary, and 1 hope you will spare me any more recriminations. But promise me that you will not try to alienate "the children from me, for I am still their father." "I promise." "Very well. I have only to bid good by. You have judged me strictly and have given me blow for blow. I can't complain, for the law is on your side. "Will you call the children and let me kiss them before 1 go?" "Are you going away?" she exclaimed, in alarm, clinging to him. The count faced about and saw Yvonne sleeping heavily in her mother's arms. He drew her close to him and gently kissed her. "Yos," he answered. "I am going on a journey—a rather long one —little girl, but I shall be back soon and find you quite grown up." As the two little girls left the room Gaetan rushed in. He brushed by the countess, gathered up his books and ex ercises and hastily bundled them into his satchel. "Are you not going to kiss me?" asked his father. "Don't you know that lam going away?" "Wait till 1 get irjy things," he said. Then he took the satchel and fastened it ou hia father's valise by the straps. "What are you doing, Gaetan?" asked the countess. "Did I not tell you that your father was in haste?" Gaetan straightened himself up and turned toward his mother, saying, in a tone of resolute defiance, "1 must cer tainly take my books, for I am going with father!" In vain the countess held out her arms to him. Ho only cried still more vehe mently, "No, no; I do not love you. I heard you driving papa away." His father tried in turn to draw him toward his mother, saying gently, "My boy, be reasonable; you are causing your mother much pain." But in tho middle of his nervous fury the boy suddenly sank to the floor and lay at his length upon the carpet, crying over and over again, "Papa, papa," an though his heart would break. The count lifted him and placed him in the great armchair, and his mother in great agitation kneeled by his side. But with a violent movement of his arm the boy pushed her rudely away. "Who could have told Gaetan such stories?" asked the count. "Nobody has told me anything," said Gaetan through his tears. "They took us in to dinner, but 1 saw John packing a valise and I came back. The door of the room was open and I got behind the screen. And when I heard mamma scolding you and found that she had taken her keys, I made up my mind not to love her and to go away with you." "My boy, you did very wrong to listen and you did not understand what your mother said. Be quiet and believe what I tell you. I have given her the keys because I am going away." "Come, my dear, my Gaetan, papa is telling the'truth. He will return in a few days." "Why do you say that, mamma? 1 heard father say he would never return, even to come and see us. Besides, Yvon ne warned us. She has often caught papa crying in his study." "Ah," said the countess. "You wept! Why did you hide that and let me think you wrapped in your proud insensibil ity?" "Because you would have laughed at my distress, and I would not give yon the pleasure of seeing my tears." Both parents were now kneeling by the side of their boy, and the countess was gazing into her husband's eyes as though she would read his very soul. "You see very well that I must go with him," said the boy. "You will have Christine and Yvonne, and it is not fair to leave him alone." "So you refuse to stay with me," said the countess. "Yes, because you are so mean." • "And suppose I give the keys back to your father and make him stay here?" ,: Oh, my dear, good mamma!" The boy had passed one arm around his mother's neck, his other one being still around his father's, so that he held them both in one embracer. "Then, mamma, as you have made him cry, kiss him and then I will kiss you with all my heart." "Clotilde!" bogged the count, over come, "for our boy's sake!" "Yes! And for yours, too," sighed the countess, letting her head fall upon hei husband's shoulder.—Boston Globe. A Knife with 1,840 Blades. A pocketknife at Sheffield has 22C blades, all of' which are exquisitely etched on tho steel with portraits, land scapes and other subjects; while another has 1,840 blades, aHprovided with hinges and springs, and all closing into one handle. 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AN ORDINANCE GRANTING TO THE Southern Pacific Railroad Company, a cor poration organized and existing under the laws of the state oi California, authority to construct a wharf upon lands boiderlng upon and extending into the water* ol the Ray of Santa Monica, aud tho right to collect and take tolls thereon. Whereas, Tho Southern Pacific Railroad Company, a corporation organized and existing under laws ol the state of California, did, upon lhe27lh day of February, 1892, file with this board its petition iv writing and under oath, praying for authority to construct a whart on certain lands in the state ol California, and ou lands belonging to said company, all ol said lands being particularly descriDcd in «ald peti tion, and being in and bordering on the Ray of Santa Monica, a navigable arm of sea, situate in said county of Los Angeles, or bounding or bordering upon said county, aud fur autbority to receive aud take tolls on said wharf for the term of twenty years, which said petition con tains the name and principal place of business of said applicant, a certified copy of its articles of incorporation, a map of tbe waters aud of the name and location thereof and of the ad iolnlng lands; a plan of. the wharf proposed to ie constructed and of the land within 300 feet thereof; the names of the owners of the lands and the quantity thereof sought to be used, and whether the right to use the same is or is to be acquired by the applicant; the distance it is proposed to extend said wharf into the waters; the estimated cost of the construction of said whari; tho time when the application would be made for the authority to construct said wharf and to receive and take tolis thereon; the fact that said wharf will not impede or obstruct the free navfgatlon of said waters; the fact that the franchise applied for will not interfere with or infringe upon any vested rights, or upon any grant heretofore made, and the fact that none of said laud is within the limits of any incorporated city or town; and Whereas, Proof has been made by the affi davit of J. H. Humphreys, principal clerk of the printers thereof, sworn the 26th day of February, 1892; that a notice specifying the location of said proposed wharf, and of the lands sought to bo used therefor, and the time and place when and where the application would be made had been published for four successive weeks, commencing on the 26th day of January, 1892, ln the Los Angeles Herald, anew-sparer published in the said county of Los Angeles; and Whereas, Proof has been made by the cer tificate of E. D. Gibson, the sheriff of said county, made the 26th day of February, 1892 -that three notices containing all the matters contained in said published notice were duly posted for four successfve weeks ln three pub lic places in said township of Santa Monica, commencing on the 25th dayof January,lB92; and, Whereas, Said petitioner, pursuant to said notice, applied lor authority to construct said whari and to receive and taketolls thereon; and the hearing of said petition and proofs having been adjourned from 6aid February 27th, 1892, to this 29th day of February, 1892; and Whereas, This board haß this day heard the allegations of said petition and the sworn testi mony of John 1. Carrillo, J. L. Allen, B. J. Vawter, T. A- Lewis, John Steere, and H. Haw good, representing said petitioner in support of the same, and there being no opposition to the granting of said petition, and has duly consid ered all of said testimony; and, Whereas, It appears from the proofs sub mitted to this board that the public good and convenience will be promoted by the granting of said petition and the construction and main tenance of said whari; now therefore. The Board of Supervisor* of the county of Los Angeles, Cal., do ordain as follows: Section 1. There is hereby granted to the Southern Pacific Railroad company, a corpora tion organized and existing under the laws of the state of California, the right and authority to construct and maintain a wharf, according to the plan mentioned iv its i etition referred to in the foregoing preamble, aud to receive and take tolls for the ute thereof, for the term of twenty years, at rates to be fixed by this board, according to law, upon the com pletion of said wharf, upon the lands border ing on and extending into the Bay ol Santa Monica, navigable arm of the sea. situate in and bordering upon said county oi Los Angeles, and particularly described as contained and being within the following boundaries, to wit: All of that portion of the Bay of Santa Monica, which is included within lines which are parallel to and 37% feet measured at right angles on each side from the following de scribed center Hue: Commencing at a stake which marks the point of intersection oi the surveyed center line of proposed whari of the S. P. R. R. Co. with the line oi high water on the shore of Santa Monica bay, which point is known as Engineer's station No. 125x20 of said center line of proposed whari; thence running out into the Bay oi Santa Monica, on a curve to the left of 573 14.100 feet radius (the tangent to the curve at the point of intersection afore said, being on a course of S. 89 deg. 10 mm. W.; for a distance of 387 3-10 ieet; thence along a tapering curve to the left as follows: 30 feet with a radius of 636 78-100 feet; 30 feet with a radius of 716 34 100 feet: 30 feet with a radius of 818 64-100 feet; 30 feet with a radius of 955 04-100 feet; 30 feet with a radius of 1146 01-100 feet: 30 feet with a radios of 1432 46-100 feet; 30 feet with a radius of 1909 91-100 feet; 30 feet with a radius of 2864 84-100 feet, and 30 feet with a radius of 5729 61-100 feet; thence on a tan gent with a course of S. 36 deg. 56 mm. W. for a distance of 1254 5-10 feet; thence on a taper ing curve to the light as follows: 30 feet with a radius of 5729 61-100 feet; 30 feet with a radius of 2864 84-100 feet; 30 feet with a radius of 1909 91-100 feet; 30 feet with a radius of 1432 47-100 feet, 30 feet with a radius ol 1146 01-100 feet; 30 feet with a radius of 955 04-ICO feet; 30 feet with a radius of 818 64-100 feet; 30 feet with a radius of 716 34-100 feet; 30 feet with a radius of 636 78-100 feet; 30 feet with a radius of 57314-100 feet; 30 feet with a radius of 636 78-100 feet; 30 feet with a radius of 716 34-100 feet; 30 feet with a radius of 818 64-100 feet; 30 feet with a radius of 955 04-100 feet; 30 feet with a radius ofj 14(1 01-100 feet; 30 feet with a radius of 1432 47-100 ieet; 30 feet with a radius of 1909 91-100 feet; 30 feet with a radius of 2864 84-100 feet, and 30 feet with a radius of 5729 61-100 feet; thence on a tan gent with a course of S. 66 deg. 56 mm. W. for a distance of 4186 4-10 feet to the terminal point; tbe total length of the above described center line is 6668 2-10 feet, and the area included ln the above description is 1149-100 acres. Section 2. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force on and after tbe 20th day of March, 1892, and prior to the expiration of fifteen days from tbe passage thereof to be pub lished for a period of ten days in the Los An ?;eles Herald, a newspaper printed and pub isbed ln the county of Los Angeles, with the names of the members of the said Board oi Supervisors of said county voting for and against the same. [Seal. | S. M. PERRY, Chairman of the Board of Supervisors of Los Angeles county, Cal. Attest: T. H. WARD. County Clerk and ex-officio clerk of the Board of Supervisors of Los Angeles county, Cal. ; By HENRY S. KNAPP, Deputy Clerk. State of California, county of Lob Angeles, ss. I, T. H. Ward, county clerk of Los Angeles county, Cal., and ex-officio clerk of the Board Supervisors thereof, do hereby certify that at a regular meeting of the Board of Supervisors of Los Angeles county, Cal., held on Monday, the 29th day ol February. 1892, at which meeting there were present Supervisor S. M. Perry, chairman. Supervisors E. A Forrester, J. w. Cook, A. E. Davis and 11. C. Hubbard, and the clerk, the ioregolng ordinance was passed by the following vote, to wit: Ayes—Supervisors E. A. Forrester, J. W. Cook, A. E. Davis, S. M. Perry and H. C. Hubbard. Noes—None. In witnes» whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal, this 29th day of February, 1892. ISeaLJ T. H. WARD, County Clerk and ex-offlcio chjrk of the Board of Supervisors of Los Angeles county, Cal. Uy HENRY 8. KNAPP, 3-2 lOt Deputy Clerk. Order to Show Cause Why Order of Sale of Real Estate Should Not Be Made. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE COUNTY of Los Angeles, State, of California. In the matter of the estate of D. Mahlstedt, *.iGCtiflSt.*(i Joseph Maier and Henry Merz, executors of the estate of said deceased, having filed a peti tion herein duly verified praying for an order of sale of real estate of said decedent, for the purposes therein set forth: It is therefore ordered, by the said court, that all persons interested in the estate of said deceased, appear before the said Superior Coup' on Thursday, the 31st day of March, 1892, at 10 o'clock a.m. of said day, at the court room of said Superior Court, department 2 thereof. In the court house, in said county of Los Angeles, State of California, to show cause why an order should not be granted to the said petitioner to sell bo much of the real estate of the said deceased as shall be necessary. And that a copy of this order ba published at least four successive weeks in the Los Angeles Daily Herald, a newspaper printed and pub lished in said county of Los Angeles. E. S. TORRANCE, Judge of the Superior Court. Dated February 29,1892. 3-1 lm NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS. THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCK holders of the Los Angeles Terminal Land company will be held at the general office of the company, corner of First and Myers sts., Los Angeles, Cal, op 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. LINES OF TRAVEL. Pacific Coast S. S. Go. GOODALL, PERKINS A CO., GENERAL Agents, Ban Francisco. Northern routes embrace lines for Portland, Ore.; Victoria, B. 0., and Paget Sound, Alaska, and all coast points SOUTHERN ROUTES. Time Table for March, 1892. lbavj san raAHCiaco. Tor Port Harford.... 1 Santa Barbara... 18. 8. Corona, March 5,14, 23, Redondo I April 1. Ban Pedro fS. S. Santa Resa,March 1,10, Newport 19, 28, April 6. Ban Diego J For 5 B. 8. Eureka. March 3,12,21, Bedondo I 30, April 8. Ban Pedro and fB. 8. Lot Angelet, March 8, Way Porta J 17, 26, April 4. LBAVB taM P«DB0 AND BEDONDO. For 18. 8. Banta Rosa, March 3, t 12, 21, 30, April 8. Newport /8. S. Corona, March 7, 16, San Diego 1 25, April 3. For 1 S. 8. Santa Rosa, March 5.14, San Francisco... I 23, April 1. Port Harford.... fB. S. Corona, March 9,18, 27, Banta Barbara... J Aprils. For I 8. S. Los Angeles, March 2, San Francisco I 11, 20, 29, April 7. and fB. 8 Eureka, March 6, 15, Way Porta j 24, April 2. Can to connect with steamers via Ban Pedro, leave 8. P. B. B. depot, Fifth street, Loa An gelet, at 9:25 o'clock a. m. Passengers nor steamer Corona and Santa I Rosa, via Bedondo, 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 vlt Redondo, leave Santa Fe depot at 4:50 p. m. Plant of steamers' cabins at agent't office, where berths may be secured. The company reserve the right to change the steamers or their days of sailing. aTBF~For passage or freight as above or for tickets to and from all Important points in Europe, apply to W. FARRIS, Agent, Office. No. 134 West Second it. Los Angelea, S. G. V. RAPID TRANSIT R'Y. 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 8:00 am and 11:10 am 1:15 pm aud 4:lspm 3:10 pm aud 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 5:3 a pm BUMDAYS. 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 Lob Angeles and Monrovia, 48 minutes. INTERMEDIATE STATIONS. Soto Street, - Lake Vineyard, Chapman, Batz; San Marino, Baldwin, Ramona, B. San Gabriel, Arcadia, Alhambra, Sunny Slope. JOHN BRYSON, Sr..Pres. WM. Q. KBBCKHOFF, Gen. Mang. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF LOS AN geles county, state of California. Louise Weyse and Louise Naud, Louis Naud, Julie Emelis 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, 1, 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 frem Los Angeles to Spadra, and by New Main street; wblch said parcel of land includes all that part of the wine-cellar building of Naud, Weyse & Co., referred to in the complaint, particularly described as follows, to-wlt: Beginning at a point on the east of Alameda street, being the north west corner of the land known as the Naud ware house 1 -operty, and the northwest corner of the said wive cellar building; thence south, 69K degrees east. 180K 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 Btreet; thence along the east line of Alameda street to tbe place of beginning. Notice is hereby given, that on Wednesday, the 9th day of March, 1892, at 12 o'clock noon oi 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 the above de scribed property, in one parcel, 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. JACOB KUHRTS, Referee. Note—Abstract of title to above described property can be seen at the office of Jacob Kuhrts, No. 107 West First street, Los Angeleß city. . 1-18 td Notice for Publication of Time for Proving: Will, Etc. No. 17,022. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT, BTATE OF California. County of Los Angeles—ss. In the matter of the estate of John G. Rheude, deceased. 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, county 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, be admitted to probate, that letters testamentary be issued thereon to her, at which time and place all persons interested therein may appear and contt st the same. Dated February 25th, 1892. T. H. WARD, County Clerk. By W. L. Warren, Deputy. Louis Luckel, Attorney for Petitioner. 2-26-Ut ASSESSMENT NOTICE. THE WUBMSER-MERRALLB PLACER MlN lng company. Principal place of business No. 303 West First street, in the city of Los Angeles, in the state 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% centt a thare wat levied upon the capital stock of the corpora tion, payable on the 3d day of March, 1892. to 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, Secretary. No. 303 West First street, city of Los Angeles, California. 1-28-td Notice for Publication of Time for Proving: Will, Etc. No. 17,094. IN THB BUPEBIOB COURT, BTATE OF California, county of Los Angeles— ss I In the matter of the estate of John M. Skinner, deceased. Notice Is hereby given that Tuesday, the Bth day of March, 1892, at 10 o'clock a m. of said day, at the courtroom of this court, Department Two thereof, in the city of Los Angeles, county of Los Angeleß, and state of California, has been appointed as the time and place for hearing the application of Sarah L. Skinner, praying that a document now on file in 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 Barah L Skinner, at which time and place all persons in terested therein may appear and contest the same. Dated February 23,1892. T. H. WARD, County Clerk. By F. B. Lowry, Deputy. Thos, B. Brown, Attorney for Petitioner. 2-24 lOt DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. THB PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE Ex isting between the undersigned C. M. Bell and I. 8. Langstadter, under the firm name of Bell A Langstadter, has this day been dissolved by mutual consent. AH accounts due the firm will be paid to C. M. Bell, who will pay all debttof the late firm. C. M. BELL, I. 8. LANGSTADTER, Feb. 1,1892. 2 15-lm LINES Of _ TBATMii^^^^^;; Southern Pacific tap,. IMPORTANT CHANGE OF TIMB February 13,1893. Trains leave and are due to arrive at LOB ANUKLKS (AKCADI DEPOT), Fifth atreet. dally, at foUowa: Leave For destination. Ait. Froam 3:50 p. m Banning. 10:16 a.a 6:10 p. m Banning. 10:00 p,X*' 9.05 a.m Colton 4:2o>a i SO p.m Colton 10:00$. a, 5:10p.m Colton 10:16 a, a. 5:10p.m Deming and Eaat... 10:00 p. a 5:10 p.m El Paso aud East... 10:00 p.m. 116:00 p.m Chino 118*7 a. a. 9:25 a.m. JLonB and B«m| IJ||ba| 12:40 p. m Long Beach. 11:49 a. a 4:50p.m.J1-»« 8 ./ ?^ra «-j Brl6a.a 10:40 p.m. Ogden and East, Ist cleat 4:00p.a 2:00 p.m. Ogden and East, 2d class 6:88 a. a 10:40p.m Portland, Or 0 65 a.a 9:05 a. m Riverside 10:18a,a. 3: 50 p. m Riverside 4:20 p.a. 5:10p.m . Riverside 10:00p.a 9:05 a. m Ban Bernardino..... 10:16 a. a 3:50 p.m. Ban Bernardino..... 4:20 p.m. 6:10 p.m Han Bernardino. 10:00 p.m. 5:10 p.m. Redlands 10:16T*.a 9 05 a. m Redlands 4:20p a 3:60 p.m Redlands 10*0p.a. ' 2:00 p. m. San Fran, and Sacram'to 6:56 a. a, 10.40 p. m. San Fran, and Sacram'to 4*op. a || 9:37 a.m. Santa Ana and Anaheim 9:00 a. at. 5:02 p. m. Santa Ana and Anaheim || 4:04 p. a 2:00 p.m.: Santa Barbara 4 00 pa. 7:25 a. m Santa Barbara 0.06 p. a 9:30 a m Banta Monica 12 :17 p. Tv 1:17 p. m SantaMonlca 4*B p. a 6:07 p.m SantaMonlca 8:37 a.a ||6:15 p.m SantaMonlca ||7:50 a.a 4 'AO V.m Tustln 8:48 a. m 4:40p.m Whittier 8:48 a.a. ■ Whittier,. H 4 20 p.m. Local and through tickets sold, lissgagg checked, Pullman sleeping oar reservations' made, and general Information given upon ap» BUcatlon to J. M. CRAWLEY, Asst. 8. Pat. Agt, o. 144 8. Bpring tt, cor. Second. OHABLM BBYLER, Agent at Depots. II Sundays excepted. RICH'S GRAY, Sen. Traffic Mgr. T. H. GOODMAN, tf Qen'l Passenger Agt. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA RAILWAY COMPANY (Santa Fe Route). IN EFFECT BUNDAY, FEBBUABY 14, 1892. Leave. Arrive." •12:20 pm Overland * 3:46 pa * 8:15 am . .San Diego Coastline.. * 1:17 pa * 8:05 pm . Ban Diego Coast Line... * 7:16 pa * 5:30 am I Ban Bernardino via t • 0:40 aa * 8:30 am j Pasadena. j '10:46 aa •12:20 pm j San Bernardino via • 2:46 pa * 4:00 pm ( Pasadena. j • 6:26 pm * 5.30 am > Riverside i 10:46 am * 8:30 am S via \ • 3:46 pa % 13 30 pm ) .San Bernardino... ( *|8.25 pa •ll .oo am l Riverside and San ) '10:16 am * 5:05 pm j Ber'dlno via Orange j * 6:43 pa * 5:30 am 1 Redlands, Mentone f • 6:36 pa * B*o am 1 ....and Highland....! • 9:40 am •12:20 pm [..Panorama train..') '10:45 aa * 4:00 pm J ....via Pasadena.... I * 3:46 pa •11:00 am f ? n c 5 18n .%, "| nto 5 c S * 6:43 pa * 505 nm I * n " Highland, via < ,r J"? 0.00 pm onDgo & K i vergldt ) «10:16 aa * 5:30 am 1 r • 8:40 aa * 8:30 am I -10:46 am •10:26 am » 238 pm •12:20 pm Azusa, pasadenaand I * 3:46 pa * 4:00 phi ■ Intermediate < " 6:25 pm * 7:25 pm Stations. i '10*7 pa t 1-25 Pm , B*o aa t 6*3 pm t 4:«o pa fll:00 pm J I f 7:46 pa t 6:40 am Pasadena t 7:48 am * 8:15 am Banta Ana * 1:17 pa * 3:06 pm Santa Ana. • 6:43 pa Banta Ana * 7:16 pa t 4:42 pm Banta Ana » B*o aa •10:15 am Redondo Beach * B*9 aa * 4:50 pm Redondo Beach * B.BS pa t 5:30 am ( San Jacinto ,10:46 aa t12:20 pm j via Pasadena. I » 0:25 pm tll:00 am j .....Ban Jacinto..... I 110:15 aa I via Orange. j t 5:42 pm t12:20 pm Temecula, via Pasadena f10:46 am tll:00 am .Temecula, via Orange. tio:ls am t H:l6 am Escondido via Coast Line t 1:17 pa t 3:05 pm Escondldo via Coast line t 7:16 pa •DaUy, t Daily except Sunday. BD. CHAMBERS, Ticket Agent, • ' First-street Depot, CHAS. T. PARSONS, Ticket Agent, 139 North Bpring street, Los Angelea. Depot at foot of First street at Los Angeles Terminal Eailwaj Co. Leave Lot Angelea fer t Leave Pasadena foe Pasadena. Lot Angeles t 6:35 a. m 6*o a. a 1 7:10 a.m. I 706 im. * 8:00 a.m. * 8:06 Jm * 9:30 a.m. ..„• 9:10 Lm '11:00 a. m ni 06 a. a •13:00 m •1 00 p.m * 2:00 p. m..., • 8:06 p.m : **»»■■ *:£?:«• * 6:30 p. m. • 5:85 n, m. * 6:20 p. m. • 7:05 n. m. * P-bl •10:30 p.m. •11:26 p. m . *12:15a?a Downey avenne leaving time 7 minutes later. Running time between Lot Angeles and Pasa dena 30 minutes- Leave Los Angeles for Leave Altadena foe Altadena. Loa Angela * 9:30 a. m. ~ U0:40 a. a * 4:00 p. m. • 6:00 p. a Banning time between Log Angela and Alta dena, 55 minutes. All trains start from First-street depot. Leave Los Angeles for Leave Glendale for La Glendale. Angelea. t 7:00 a. m t 7 :4 0 a. m. * 8:35 a.m. """I BwZfZ •13:06 p. m • i:O6 p. m. ! S '??P.m. 8:50 £ a » 5:15 p.m * 8:10 p.a. Running time between Lot Angelea and Glen dale, 35 minutes. Add 6 minutes for Verdugo Park time. Los Angeleß, Long Beach and Beat San Pedro! Depot—East end ot First-st Bridge. Leave Lot Angeles tor Leave Bast Ban Pedro Long Beach and Bast for Ban Pedro. Lot Angela $10:00 a.m • 8:00 a.m.. tlo:3oa.m t 3:30 p.m. 5 1:40p.m « 4:00 p.m. t 5:00 p.m 513:00 m T.Y. 5 5:15 p.m Between Los Angeles and Long Beach, 60 minutes; between Los Angeles and East Ban Pedro, 1 hour: between East San Pedro and Long Beach, 10 minutes. „„*£ ftlly, o. tDally, except Sundays. (Sundays only. Stages meet the 8:06 a.m. train at Pasadena for Mt. Wilson on new trail. Special rates to excursion and picnic parties Depots east end First st .and Downey-avenue bridges. General offices, First-street Depot. ..... I ' T - B - Burnett,Gen. Manager IF3-tl W. WINCUP. Q. P. A. — Redondo Railway la Eifect MondayToet. 5, 6 a.m., '91. Lot Angeles Depot, Corner Grand Aye, and Jef ferson it. Take Grand aye. cable or Maln-tt and Agri cultural Park horse cars. Trains Leave Trains Leave Los Angelea Redordo o ,o ' Hedon i lo .', for Lot Angela , 552 a iB - 7:00 a.m. daily 10.05 a.m. dally 8:40 a.m. dally 1:86 p.m. dally 11 25 a.m. dally 5:35 p.m. dally 4:10 p.m. dally Running time between Lot Angelea and Be dondo 50 minutes. GEO. J. AJNBWORTH, J. N. SUTTON, „ „ President. Su»t R. H. THOMPSON, Vice-President Compagnie General* Transatlantiijoe, FRENCH LINE TO HAVRE. COMPANY'S PIER iNEWI NO. . North rlver.foot of Morton street.£=9*. Travelers by this line avoid both transit by English railway and the discomfort ot crossta the Channel ln a small boat LA GASCOGNE, March sth. LA CHAMPAGNE, March 12th. LA NORMAN DIE, March 19th. For freight or passage apply to A. FORGET. Agent, . _ No. 3 Bowling Green, New York. J. F. FUGAZI A CO., Agents. 6 Montgomery stb.. 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