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SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA DAY BY DAY LONG BEACH AFFAIRS. A PUBLIC APOLOGY ENDS A JUS- TICK COURT CASK. A Novel Way of Ending a tVtfflculty. The Balloon Ascension—Baseball. Political Matters-Local Happenings. Long Beach, Sept. 12.—This after noon Louis Friedell made a public apol ogy, in the city hall, to Alex Aikman, for the assault made upon him laßt Wednesday night. Alex accepted the apology, but told him it was only out of consideration for his (Friedell'e) wife and babies tbat he did so. Alex de serves credit for the generous way in which he acted, and has gained many friends thereby. This affair should prove a lesson to Friedell, and he had better profit by it. Friedell paid the coats of bringing the action. THE BALLOON ASCENSION. Last evening the citizens' committee continued its morning meeting about the balloon ascension. The meeting was held in Fetterman's livery stable on First Btreet. All of the leading busi ness men were present. The question before the meeting was whether the men should be paid out of the Burplus in the Ninth regiment money, for making the ascension or whether tbey were to be paid by private subscription. In the morning the committee bad decided that they should be paid from the sur plus, but C. Elikan, chairman of the committee, appeared and protested, so the matter went over until the evening. At the meeting then some warm talk was indulged in, but it was finally de cided that the money should be paid from the surplus. The motion being carried against Mr. Elikan's solitary pro test. BASEBALL. The ball team decided to accept the challenge of the Electric club to play to morrow. The Loa Angeles men will come in the afternoon, and the game will be called about 2 o'clock. The Electric club is a strong team of its kind, and a good game is looked for. THE WHARF. The council met last night, and filled out the blankß in the contract and bond, and sent them today to Darby, Layden &00., for signing. The council, after some routine business, adjourned until next Saturday, when the contract and bond will be here from the contractors. Mr. Layden stated that he would have his material here and be at work in about sixty days. The material and all the paraphernalia will be sent by vessel, and will be floated and lightered in. Three engines will be used in the build ing of the wharf. POLITICS. City Clerk Trowbridge made a etirring speech at the People's Party club meet ing last night. The gentleman put a veneering polish to the platform of his party, and poured hot shot into the band stands of the other parties. Three new members were enrolled. This party claims to have fifty voters in and around Lo-jg Beach. The Democratic primaries will be held here next Saturday, ft is not probable that any fight over the dele gates will be made. From the present outlook, E. A. Bennefield and M. C. Holman will be selected. NOTES. The case of Broderaon vs. O'Kell et al. was, on request of the defendants' attorney, continued for three days, to allow defendants to answer, aa waa stipulated. Mies Fanny Bixby returned to Bel mont hall, to school, this morning. Mies Wakely went to Los Angeles to day. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Cox Kenyon re turned today from their wedding trip. Miss Lowe returned from Los Angeles this morning. C. E. Day and family, who have been here for the summer, will return to Los Angeleß tomorrow. M. C. Holman was in Los Angeles to day on business. B. F. Hoyt went to Los Angeles this afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. John 8. Judd were in Los Angeles today. The following registered at the Sea Side Inn: F. D. Stevenson,C. H. Long, Lob Angeles : A. D. Gibson, C. H.Gib son, C. L. Hill, J. E. Randle, Memphis, Term.; G. A. Vanderbeck, W. F. Kennedy, Los Angeles; Mr. W. H. King, San Francisco; J. M. Sanborn and family, San Gabriel; Mrs. E. I. Reefer, Los Angeles; Mrs. R. B. Taylor and family, South Riverside; W. J. Brodbeck, Los Angeles; C. H. Walker, Mrs. Powers, South Pasadena ; Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Bennet, Pasadena; W. A. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hughes, Nellie Gist, Los Angeles: Fan nie Burnap, Riverside; R. B. Kidd, Lei lie B. Germain, Clara Germain, S. M. Garret.teon, W. W. Howard, Los Ange les; W. A. Walters, Mrs. C. M. Phillipe, Pasadena; C. F. Winbigler, Riverside. Long Beach Business Directory. HOLMAN, THE DRUGGIST, carries the larg est Btock of drugs and stationery, perlumery, and makes perscriptions his specialty. Long Beach, Cal. WET BATHS a specialty at Alex's bath house. HARDWARE AND SPORTING GOODS—L. A. Bailey, corner Third and Pine streets. FETTERMAN HOUSE, Pine Bfeet near First. Nicely lurnishcd rooms with board; rates, $1.25 per day. Mrs. I. L. Fet.erman, proprietress. J. W. WOOD, M. D., office over Holman's drug store. THE SEASIDE INN, Long Beach, Cal., select family hotel; all new tnd modern appoint ments; exceptional beach for bathing; also pleasure driving; table first-class; rates leason able. THE ALAMITO3 LAND COMPANY is offer ing lots and acres in choice locations at reas onable prices aud upon easy terms. UNION MEAT MARKttT. corner Pine and Jecond streets. A fim-class establishment. F. L Dames, proprietor. Cold storage. SPEARS & EVEY, livery and boarding stable, Ocean avenue and Pine btreet. W. W. LOWE—Real estate, insurance and no ary public. O, What a Congh. Will you heed the The signal per haps of the sure approach of that more terrible disease, Consumption. Ask yourselves if you can afford for the sake of saving 50c. to run the risk and do nothing for it. We know from experience that Shiloh's Cure will cure your cough. It never fails. This explains why more than a Million Bottles were sold the pant year. It relieves croup aud whooping cough at once. Mothers, do not ha without It. For lame back, side or chest, use Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Sold wholesale by Haas. Bar ich A Co., and all retail druggists. Our Howe Brew. Maier & Zobeleln's Lager, iresh from the brewery, on draught in all the principal sa loons, delivered promptly in bo ties or k-?gs. Office and Brewery, 444 Aliso st. Telephone 91 ChUdreri_Crjr for Pitcher's Castoria. LOS ANGELES HERALD WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 14, 1892 FROM CATALINA. The Whittier Cadets at Camp Ban- Camp Banning, Catalina, Sept. 11. — Both the Mascot and Linda landed large crowds of visitors, among whom were many well-known Angelefios. Sam Pirri, the contortionist of com pany B, performed several feats at tum bling, bending, etc. He was loudly ap plauded upon several occaeions by the large crowd of interested spectators. A large bonfire was built by the mem bers of company D last night, around which the boys gathered and sang many familiar songs. Mr. Sherman Wiggins returned from Whittier yesterday afternoon. In the evening he, accompanied by a number of boys, took a moonlight sail up td Av alon. Mr. Tregonning, accompanied by a number of the boys of company A, took a trip up the coast yesterday and re turned with a choice assortment of shells and curioeities. Capt. George M. Hill, of comoany A, and Adjutant Ted Whitten took a stil up to Avalon and return laßt night. About the finest curiosity yet found by any of the members of Camp Ban ning, was a large shark's egg, inside of which a young shark waß plainly visi ble. Capt. C. O. Tucker, of company B, took a long sail yesterday. Accompan ied by a large number of boys, he sailed about seven or eight miles off Bhore be fore a fine breeze. The superintendent and a number of boys took a sail up to Avalon and return, yesterday morning. Wm. Volkmoor and a large number of boys succeeded in bringing a large and choice assortment of curios to camp yes terday. Cadets Cormack, Bell and Martin, ac companied by Messrs. Stanfield and Baldwin, caught a large string of rock cod and red snap yesterday. There are several officers occupying one tent. It waß inadvertently divulged yesterday that one of them came in after the rest had retired, Friday eveniDg, picked up a cup full of water, drank it, and remarked that it was unueually good. The first man to rise the next morning was very much chagrined to find his upper false teeth in a cup without any water. There are no flies or mosquitoes in camp, which is remarkable. Mr. Hancock Banning visited camp for the first time yesterday. Two hundred loaves of bread daily come from the bakery at the school at Whittier. Each company does its own cooking. Bacon, beans, mutton, fisVi and coffee, with the bread from home, form the regular bill of fare. High Private, Company C. POMONA PARAGRAPHS. A Ten-Year Old Miss Crosses the Con tinent Sans Chaperon. The St. Agnes guild will give a weight social in the guild room, Ruth block, Wednesday evening. Lunch will be served in boxes, each box containing a lady's name. All attending will be weighed, and the heavier person will be obliged to pay half cent per pound for the lighter person's weight. All young people are invited to attend. Work has begun upon the foundation of the three-story brick, which is to be erected on the corner of Second and Ellen streetß, men and teams signaliz ing that fact today. Hallie Smith, a 10-year old miss, crossed the continent unaccompanied by a chaperon, arriving in this city Sun day. The care of the blue-coated offi cials made it a pleasant trip for her. Misß Hallie is the daughter of Mrs. Oliver Leckyard, and had been staying with her aur t in Chicago. Miss Mamie O'Connor, daughter of Mrs, E. F. Fhelan, left Monday to enter a school at Ramona. Pomona Briefs. IF YOU are contemplating getting a nice car riage, park wagon, phaeton or buggy, call at Phil Stein's. He buys directly from the fac tory and unde.sells all competitors, POMONA NURSERY, How'aud Bros., props. Citrus and deciduous trees. Olivesa specialty. Office, First National Bank block. J. C. ASTON, undertaker and embalmer. The only house In dry carrying flnt-class goods from which to select. Main street, north of railroad. FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Pomona, C. Seaver, president; Stoddard Jess,cashier. Capi tal paid up, $100,000; a general banking busi ness transacted. KELLER'S HOTEL, Thomas street, Pomona, Cal., centrally located, two blocks from depot; rooms neat and clean and fitted up in good style; tbe best family hotel In the city; meals, 2%c. Morris Keller, proprietor. BROWNE & CO., the popular druggists. Purity of everything guaranteed. Prescdptlons accurately compounded. Oor. 2d and Thomas. INSURANCE THAT INSURES—Fire, life and accident insurance. DrifllU & Lewis, agents. PADGHAN keeps Schilling's best.coffee. FOR SALE—Simmons' large size refrigerator, cheap. B. B Nesblt, Pomona. C. C. ZILLEB & CO., manufacturing jewelers, McComas block. OLD PAPERS for sale at The Herald office. ADVERTISE in the columns of The Herald. REDLANDS. News Notes From the Infant Wonder City. Redlands, Cal., Sept. 13. —Hon. Olin Welborn of San Diego registered at the Baker yesterday. Allan T. Baum came from San Fran cisco yesterday to make his home here. Hamilton S. Wallace of the United States geological survey registered at Windsor yesterday, en route to the camp at Crafton. Miss Laura A. and Miss Lillie C. Hoff man of Columbus, 0., passed a pleasant day at Redlands yesterday. Lawrence M. Smith, of Riverside, is registered at the Windsor. Ground has been broken and the paving of the streets begun by Contract or Munson. Hon. Olin Welborn addressed the local Democracy last night, and was at tentively listened to by a fair-sized au dience at the Academy of Music. T. H. Sharpless has sold, for E. Horn beck, 10 acres, Bituated on Cypress ave nue, to A. E. Sterling, of Redlands, for $10,500, cash. Mr. Sharpleas also sold, for J. C. Drake, 10 acres on Olive avenue for $7500, to W. J. A, Anderson, of London, Eng. Mr. Anderson w ill put up a good residence on the properly at once. Miles's Nerve and Liver Pills. Act on a new principle—regulating the liver, •tomaoh and bowels through the nerves. A new dlsoavery. Dr. Miles's PIUb speedily cure oillonsness, bad taote, torpid liver, piles, con stipation. Unequalled for men, women, chil dren. Smallest, mildest, surest: 50 dosoa, 25 rents. Samples free, at O. H. H»nce. Our Prominent Physicians Recommend John Wieland's and Fredericksburg Beer, Both unequaled for quality, strength and purity Gents' Hats Cleaned, Dyed and Pressed. Hartley, hatter, 264 South Main street. PASADENA PARAGRAPHS. • '■ REPORT OF THE COUNCIL ABOUT THE SEWER SYSTEM. Recommendations as to Its Extension. . The Sanitation of the City Ad vised—Local Notes and Personals. Pasadena, Sept. 13.—The city council met this afternoon in adjourned session, all members present. The report of August Myers, civil engineer, who has charge of the sewer works, was received and ordered filed. The report stated that "the Bystem, ac far as outlined, for the present is com pleted, with the exception of a few minor details." He states that the cost of the system, up to the present time, has consumed the entire issue of bonds voted in '87. To give the same advantages to all property hold ers it will be necessary to lay much more pipe. This expense can be met in several ways. First, by voting more bonds. Second, under the Vroo man act, the property-holders may have the work done at their own expense. The report suggests, as a means of rais ing funds to maintain tbe system, to tax property holders desiring connection with the pipe now laid, a sum equal to one-half the cost of the pipe in front of their property, and in this manner equalize the expense among all. It further recommends the construction of a main sewer on Lake avenue, to drain that portion of the city lying east of Los Robles avenue, and suggests a thorough examination of the sanitary condition of the city, and the taking of immediate steps to remedy existing evils. The sewer farm question is taken up, and it is urged that great care be taken to see that the institution is run prop erly. A petition from the city marshal, ask ing for the appointment of a deputy tax collector, was granted, and H. Heyden rich appointed. A resolution rejecting an offer to dedi cate a portion of Hawkeye street to the city, lying between the eastern line of Live Oaks avenue and the city limits, was passed. The council then ad journed. NOTES. Frank E.Mason,a Christian scientist, will deliver an address in Williams's hall tomorrow evening. An invitation is extended to all. Mr. Myer's remarks before the city council yesterday were timely and to the point. There is wailing and gnashing of teeth in the Republican wigwam over yesterday's convention. James Samuels, wife and family, of Riverton, lowa, relatives of Jos. Simons, arrived in the city today. They come with the inten'ion of making Pasadena their future home. Chas. Roraback leaves tomorrow for San Francisco on a two week's vacation. Mr. and Mrs. George Frost returned today from Chicago. City taxes becojae due next Monday morning, and Deputy Collector Steen, assisted by Mr. Heidenrich, will be on hand to receive the money. By the death of W. J. McCaldin, which occurred at hia home on Moline avenue last evening, Pasadena loses one of her most respected citizens, and the family a loving husband and father. Mr." McCaldin had long been a sufferer from the dread disease consumption, and pnased away quietly, with his fam ily about him. The funeral services will be held at the residence on Thursday at 1 o'clock, conducted by Rev. Hall. AT REDONDO. An Excursion From San Diego Ex pected—Hotel Arrivals. Redondo Beach, Sept. 13. —A large delegation of bankers with their fami lies, under the guidance of H. W. Hell man, of Los Angeles, made a short visit here today, stopping at Hotel Redondo, where they were regaled with an elegant repast, seasoned and enlivened by music from the Ahrend orchestra. An excursion from San Diego and in termediate points haa been organized for next Sunday, September 18th. As this is the first move of this kind from our southern neighbors, a large representa tion may be expected. The Casino has been fixed upon as the rendezvous of the excursionists ac they arrive, where Schafers, the indomitable, will receive them and make them comfortable and happy. The steamer Bonita arrived in port at 10 o'clock a.m. today, landing a large lot of powder and general merchandise, and proceeded north at 11:30, shipping railroad iron from this place for Sauta Barbara. The steamer Falcon came to her dock at 1 o'clock p.m., landing 68 passengers and a large miscellaneous freight from Avalon, and started for same port, tak ing out 35 passengers. Arrivals at Hotel Redondo are: Dr. W. P. Galbraith, U. P. railway; Dr. Harvey Reed, B. & O. railwny; Dr. L. Peckham, U. P. railway ; Dr. Geo. Good fellow, S. P. company; Mr. and Mra. W. H. Rhawn, Miss Rhawn, Philadelphia; Judge J. K. Ewing, N. Ewing, M. H. Bowman, R. H. Lindsay, Uniontown, Pa.; Samuel Stewart, Allegheny City, Pa.; Wm. Campbell, Butler, Pa.; James I. Alexander, Monongaheia, Pa.; Mrs. L. A. Moore, Misa Thomaß, Miss Minefel, Miss Braley, H. W. Hellman, Charles H. Flint, A. D. Childress, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Small, Mrs. Healey, Los Angeles; J. V. Blow, W. Adam, San Francisco. Arrivals at the Ocean View house are A. R. Farquar, United States army; John G. Castellire, Salem, Mass.; Mrs. George Bassett, Duarte; Robert F. Man tell, London, England; Edward Sweeney, Santa Monica; John Acker man, Frank Haymaker, Los Angeles; R. W. Miller, city; A. S. Copps, Sierra Madre ; T. E. Lowe, United States army. "I would rather trust that medicine than any doctor I know of," sayß Mrs. liattie Mason, of Chilton, Carter coun ty, Mo., in speaking of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. This medicine can always be depended upon, even in the most severe and dan gerous Cases, both for children and adults. 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by C. F. Heinzeman, 222 North Main, druggists. Stylish Hats. Men who wish to be well dressed should go to Desmond's, No. 141 South Spring street, Bryson Bonebrake block, and secure one of his famous Duniap hats A full line of fall styles in silk, stiff and soft hats now ready. Hot commercial lunuu ua.ty at" The~Ex- Change, 228 South Sprlny veet. Mussel juice. A Unique Document. Secretary Willard, of the Loa Angelea chamber of commerce, who is an old newspaper man himself and knows the value of brevity, has gotten out the neatest thing in the shape of a folder that has yet been given to the public. It is email enough to be carried in the vest pocket or mailed in any ordinary envelope to friends in the east. It con tains sixteen pages of cloeley printed and well edited matter, the subheads being all printed in red ink on title-faced type. Two pages are occupied by the title-page and the map of Los Augelee, Orange and San Benardino entities. The other fourteen pages are filled with brief but well worded statistics of our natural health and business, seldom has anything been gotten out, tbat talks as well or tellß of as much clean bread and meat in the same space. Licensed to Wed. Marriage licenses were issued yester day to the following persons: Frank A. Blockley, aged 29, a native of British Honduras, and Sarah Gros venor Dawe, aged 29, a native of Eng land, both residents of Pomona. Edward E. Millard, aged 28, a native of Indiana, resident of Pasadena, and Mary A. Dunsmoor, aged 20, a native of Minnesota, a resident of West Glen dale. Wm. F. Heitkump, aged 29, a native of Ohio, resident of Lancaster, and Minnie B. Dunsmopr, aged 18, a native of Minnesota, and resident of West Glendale. All back —every cent you've paid for it, if it doesn't benefit or cure you. A med icine that promises tins is one that promises to help you. Cut there's only one medicine of its kind that can and does promise it. It's Dr. Pierces Golden Medical Dis covery. It's the guaranteed remedy for all Blood, Skin and Scalp Dis eases, from a common blotch or eruption to the worst scrofula. It cleanses, purifies, and enriches the blood, invigorates the system, and cures Salt-rheum, Tetter, Eczema, Erysipelas and all manner of blood taints from whatever cause. Great Eating Ulcers rapidly heal under its benign influence. It's the best blood-purifier, and it's the cheapest, no matter how many doses are offered for a dollar—for you pay only for the good you get. Nothing else is "just as good" as the " Discovery." It may be better —for the dealer. But he wants money and you want help. ALL MEN SUFFERING FROM Nervous Debility . Lost or Failing Manhood I Involuntary Emissions', Impotency, Mental Worry, Personal Weakness, Loss of Memory, Despondency, and all other Diseases of Mind and Body, produced by youthful follies and over-indulgence, quickly and permanently cured BY DR. STEINHART'S ESSENCE OF LIFE THE ORB AT VITALIZES I PRICE, $2.00 per bottle, or 6 bottles for $10; or in Pill form at same price. Call or write to DR. STKINHART, Room 12, South Spjing street, opposite Allen's Furniture Store, Los Angeles, Cal, SPECIAL and infallible specifics aiso pre pared for Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Syphilitic and Kidney and Bladder Troubles. All communications strictly confidential and private. Offioe hours: From 9to 4 P.m.: Sun days, from 10 to 12. 5-24 12m 5 HOBB'S are the best on earth for «&JL- lull y^^heljl^er^ldiieys^ri^torriaoji^^^^^y DR. HOBB'S LITTLE VEGETABLE PILLS SMALL IN SIZI3, GREAT IN RESULTS. They act gently, yet promptly, dispelling Head aches, Fevers or Colds, and cure habitual consti pation by thotoughly cleansing the system of disease. They are sugar coated, do not gripe, and are purely vegetable. Perfect digestion follows their use. They absolutely cure sick teadache. DR. HOBB'S AROMATIC GUM PLASTERS. — J A superior Porous 1 Plaster prepared i V SHI rfv i vi ' rom Ik '" ;iilo| i ,,a i IV"! 1- A ( I H] || Gum Olebanum (the I 1 Mi I L Frankincense of the *_T_i i Bible ) Gum of ,he i Eucalyptus tree of / 3=- \Vf Tv/Jp California.and other gums. For Colds, Weak Backs or Soreness in any part of the body they have a soothing and curing effect. They act like magic. Ladies will find great relief by wearing one on the small of the back monthly. Price Dr. Hobb's Little Pills or Plasters 25c. each or 5 for $t. All Druggists, or sent by mail. Leading Physicians endorse and use Dr. Hobb's Celebrated California Remedies. Book Free. Hobb's Medicine Co., San Francisco and Chicago. HDR. WO NO HIM, Chinese Physician and Surgeon, baa resided In Los Angeles seventeen (17) years. His reputa tion as a thorough physician has been fully es tablished and appreciated by many. His larrre Eractlce is sufficient proof of his ability and onesty. The doctor graduated In the foremost colj leges, also practiced in the largest hospitals o- Canton, China. The doctor speaks Spanish fluently. OFFICE: New number, 639: old number, 117 Upper Main street, P. O. box 864. Sta tioner 12-17 tl FRANK A. WEINSHANK; Plumber and Gasfltter, 240 West Second Street. gar-Telephone 136. 9 6 lm AVER'S HAIR VIGOR Keeps the scalp clean, cool, healthy. The Best Dressing Restores hair which has become thin, faded, or gray. Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co. Lowell, Mass. Unlike the Dutch Process (3Sk No Alkalies —OB— Other Chemicals Twßr? Qmtk\n are used in the JKBjggeg preparation of <®KW. BASER & CO.'S ffllißreakfastCocoa ■xS *i l!\H " '" rft abeotutety [W| , Il 1 pure «ncf soluble. Inil I OT I " ; haBmorei , /ian.<Areefim«S NOT ( / 111 il Me streni/(A of Cocoa mixed J Jlt jf with Starch, Arrowroot or Sugar, and is far more eco nomical, coating less than one cent a cup. It is delicious, nourishing, and easily DIGESTED. Sold by Grocers ererywhsrs. W. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Man. ARTURO RUIZ, HE.II.KIt IN ALL KINDS OF WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, MAIN ST. OPP. ARMORY HALL, 8-21 VENTURA, CAL. 1 mo JOHN LAGOMARSINO, DEALER IN Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco. Best Brands of Beer Always iv Stock. 244 MAIN STREET, - - VENTURA, CAL. S-21 lm ANACAPA HOTEL, VENTURA. Centrally located. First-class accommoda tions. Sample rooms and good service. Special rates for families. 8 22-lm R. OrTEAL.Prop. T. LAKE, ™™ Broker, Commission and Forwarding Mer chant. Advances mane on all kinds of pro duce. Agent for the largest firms in the United States, including Porter Bios. & Co.. Dalton Bros , Meiutanth Bros, of Chicago and New York and T. Roberts of Philadelphia. 8-21 KINGSLEY & BARNES, ART:-: PRINTERS, COPPER-PLATE PRINTING, WEDDING INVITATIONS, VISITING CARDS, ETC. 2ii New High St., Fulton Bl'k, Near Franklin St., ground floor. Tel. 417, 8 -10-t>m D. J. M'CARTHY, Of 150 N. Main St., Los An; eleß, has a resort at SECOND AND PINE STREETS, LONG BtIACH. A full line of California wines and brandies. Wielnnd'B on draught. 9-6 lm NOTICE OP SALE OF BONDS. PURSUANT TO A RESOLUTION OF THE board of directors of Modesto Irrigation DlJtrlc t. duly given and made on the 7th day of September, 1892, notice ls hereby given that said board of directors will sell to the highest and best bidder the bonds of ►aid irrlgution district to tbe amount of fifty eight thousand dollars ($58,000), bearing Interest at the rate of 6 per ceut per annum, payable teml-annually on the Ist day of January and July of each year, on the presentation of the Interest cou pons at the office of the treasurer of said dis trlct. Bald bonds are Issued by the board of direct ors of Modesto Irrigation District, In accord ance with and by the authority of an act of the legislature of the state of California, en titled "An act to provide for the organization and government of irrigation districts, aad to provide for the acquisition of water and other property, and for the distribution of water thereby for irrigation purposes." Approved March 7,1887. Said bonds will be sold for cash, an<l for not le?s than 90 per centum of the face value thereof. Sealed proposals and b'.ds for the purchase of said bonds will be received by the board of directors at their office in the city of Mo desto, county of Stanislaus, state of California, and may be addresKed to or left with C. 8. Ab bott, the secretary of said board, at Modesto, Cal., at any time after the date of his notice and until 2:30 o'clock p.m. on the 4th day of October, A. D. 1892, at which time and place the said sale will be made. eaid bonds will be each of the denomination of $500, and will be negotiable in torm, and will conform In all respects to the require ments of said act. The board of directors reserve the right to reject any or all bids. B'ds must be sealed and addressed to the secretary of said board, and indorsed: "Pro posals lor Modesto Irrigation liistriet Bonds." Done by order of the board of directors of Modesto Irrigation District, September 7.1892 FRANK A. CREBSEY, President. C. 8. Abbott, Secretary: 9-10 25t NOTICE TO CREDITORS, ESTATE OF MARIA MACHADO DE OLl varez, deceased. Notice Is hereby given by the undersigned, executor of lhe last will and testament of Maria Machado Ollvarez, deceased, to tho creditors of, and all persons having claims sgainst the said deceased, to exhibit the same with the necessary vouchers, within four (4J months after the first publication of this notice to the said executor, at the law office of Isidore B. Doekweiler, Esq., room 11, Bryson-Bone brske block, northwest corner of spring and Second streets, In the city of Los Angeles, Stat*> of California, which ls the place of business of the undersigned, «nd which place is hereby designated and specified as tne place for the transaction of the business of said estate in the conniy of Loa Angeles, State of California. Dated this 30th day of August, A.D. 1892. his TOMAB X OLIVABEZ. mark. Witne -b to his mark, ISIDORE B. DOOKWEILER. Date of first publication, August 31et, A. D. 1892 Isidore B. Doekweiler and Frank Sabichi, attorneys for estate. 8-31 wedst . NOTICE TO CREDITORS. ESTATE OF L. L BRADBURY, DECEASED. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned, executor and exqeutrix of the estate of L. L. Bradbury, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against the said de ceased, to exhibit the same with the necessary vouchers within ten months after the first pub lication of this notice to the said executor and executrix of the estate of L. L. Bradbury,. de ceased, at the office of f aid John D. Bicknell in the Fulton block, No. 207 New High street,city of 1 os Angeles, county of Los Angeleß, state ol California, that being the plane of business of said estate in the county of Los Angeles. Dated this 18th day ol August, A. D. 1892. JOHH D. BICKNKLL. 8 14 Sw SIMON A M. BRADBURY. , NOTICE OP FORECLOSURE SALE. ROBERT BALFOUR, ROBERT BRODII FOB maa and Alexander Guthrie, plaintiffs, vs. F N C< oke, T. W. Johnson. B. C. Lattin and Frank Glencrots, defendant!. Sheriffs lale—No. 17,702. Order of Bale and decree of foreclosure and tale. Under and by virtue of an order of sale and decree of foreclosure and sale, Issued out of the Buperlor Court of the county of Loa An geles, of the Btate of California, on the 3d day of September. A. D. 1892, in tho above en titled action, vfhcrein Robert Halfoar et al., th* above named plaintiffs, obtained a judgment and decree of foreclosure and sale against F. N. Cocke et al.. defendants, on the 3d day of September, A.1).1892,f0r the sura of seventy two hundied and fifty three and (10-100 ($7253 (16) dollars, gold coin of the C. H., which said decree was, ou the 3d day of September, A. D., 1892, recorded in Judgmeut book 35, of said court, at page 118, I am commanded to sell all that certain lot, piece, or parcel of land situate, lying and being In the said county of Lob Angeles. State of California, and bounded and described as follows: Being that piece or parcel of land situate la the Rancho Pan Antonio, benlnulng at a poit marked No. 1 near the Ban Gabriel river iv the bi uth lLne of a tract of 81 26 100 acres con veyed by Adallne Wright to F. N. Cocke and T. W.Johnson; thence along said south line N. 83W degrees wi at seventy-one (71) chains to a post marked No. 1: thence south (i>4 degrees west fourteen chains and fifty links (14 00) to a point at a post No. 2; thence south h:p„ degrees east sixty mx chains and eighty links (06.80) to a point at post marked No. 3; thence north 22 degrees east fifteen cnalna and fifteen links (15.15) to place of boginnlug. said tract being marked Lot No. 1 on a cenain map made by JolmOoldsworthy in July 1874, of the Dow ney & Hellman tract in the northeast portion of tbe Home tract of M. A. G. de Lugn, and con tains g one hundred acres, reference being made to said map etc., and being a portion of the land deeded ty I. W. Hellman aud John G. Downey to Jacob L Wright, August 1, to which deed reference ls aDo mane. Less and ex cepting the following portion th reof, lo wit: A sirip of lsnd of the full width of one hun dred and thirty (130) feet, beihg forty (40) feet on the weßt tide and ninety (90) feet on the east Bide of a certain railroad center line, sur veyed and located by the Los Angeles Toiinitial Railway company from the city of Los Angeles to tbe bay of Ban Pedro, said 0 -nter line across tho above descrlried tract, being particularly located as follows, to wit: Beginning at a point on the south boundary line of said tract, ten hundred forty-three and three tenths (1043.3) feet westerly from the eoutheast cor ner of said tract (said south boundary line run ning north 83 degrees 34 minutes weal from said corner) and running thence on a straight line north 19 degrees 24 minutes went, a all iance of one thousand sixty three and twenty five one-hnndredths 1063.25) feet to the inter section of said center line with the north boundary line of ihe above described tract ol land. Also the right to one-half Interest in a certain artesian well on r-ald tract to be used for railroad purposes. Public notice is hereby given that, on Wednes day, the 28th day of September, A.D. 1892, at 12 o'clock m. of that day, 1 n front of the court house door of the county of Los Angeles, Broadway en trance, I will, in obedience to said order of sale and decree of foreclosure and sale, sell tha above described property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said judgment, with Interest and costs, etc , to tho highest and best bidder, for cash, gold coin of the U. 8. Dated this 3d day of September, 1892. E. D. GIBSON, Sheriff of Los Angeles County. By F. C. Hannon, Deputy Sheriff. Graves, O'Melveny & Shankland, attorneys for plaintiffs. 9-7 wed4t NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE. EMELINE 8, SOPER. PLAINTIFF, O. H. Weller, Mrs. J. E. Weller, 8. H. Weller, Bchallert, Uanshl Lumb. r Company (a corpora tion), California lon and Trust Cempany (a corporation), J. U. Evans (sometimes called J' G. Evens), and Redondo Beach Company (a corporation), defendants. Sheriffs sale No. 17,190. Order of sale and decree of foreclosure and sale. Under and by virtue of an order of sale and decree of foreclosure and sale, Issued out of the superior court of the county of Los Angolos, oi the State of California, on the 30th day of August, A.D. 1892, In the above entitled action, terein Emetine S. Hoper, the above-named lntlfi, obtained a judgment and decree of aclosure aud sale against O. H. Weller et al.. defendants, on the 27th day of Augußt, A. D. 1892, for the sum of eight hun dred twenty- one and 60-100 dollars.gold coin, which said decree was, on the 39th day ot Auguct, A.D 1892, recorded In judgment book 35 of said court, at page ill, 1 am commanded to sell all those certain lots, pieces or parcels of land, situate, lying and be ing In the Bald county of Los Augeles, state of Calliornla, and bounded and described as follows: Being lots 3 an d 6 of block "F" of the tract of land known at Crescenta Caftada. as j er map and subdivision recorded in book 5, pages 574 and 575 of miscellaneous records of Los An geles county, to which map reference ls made for further particulars, ana two iharcs of the Duusmore canon water, consisting of 2 110 of thewaterof said cafion. Together witb all and singular the tene ments, hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging or In anywise appertain ing. Public notice ls hereby given, that on Fri day, the 23d day of September, A.D. 1892, at 12 o'clock m. of that day, In front of the court house door of the County of Los Angeles, Bra d way entrance, 1 will, in obedience to said order of sale and decree of foreclosure and Bale, sell the above described property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said Judgment, with interest and costs, etc., to the Highest and best bidder, for cash, gold coin. Dated this 30th day of August. 1892. E. D. GIBSON, Sheriff of Los Angeles County. By F. C. Hannon. Deputy Sheriff. Wells, Monroe it Lee, attorneys for plaintiff. 8-31 NOTICE OF PLEDGEE'S SALE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE undersigned, ,\m Townsend National Bank of Port Townsend, Washington, will, on the 17thday of September, 1892, at 1 o'clock p.m., at the Spring street entrance to the Bry son and Bonebrake block, on the corner of Second and Spring streets, in the city of Lot Angeles, California, offer for sale and sell at public hoc ion the following described prop erty, to-wit: One hundred and sixteen (116) shares of the capital Btock of the Mexico Min ing and Development Company, a corporation, together,wlth the certificate of stock issued for said shares, being stock certificate No. 46, Is sued by Bald Mexico Mining and Development Company to said Port Townsend National bank. lhe aforesaid Bale wilt be made by said Port Townsend National bank as pledgee und»r a pledge of said stock heretofore m»de by T. J. Nolton to said Port Townaend National bank to secure the payment of a certain promissory note for fllty-two hundred ls\'.'oo 00) dollars dated May 6, IS9I, made by said T. J. Nolton and Henry Bash and C. W. Hunt. Bald stock will be sold for cash in gold coin of the United States of America, payable at the tin; ■ of sale. THE PORT TOWNSEND NATIONAL BANK, By WILLIAM .F. ERVING, Vice President. W. P. Gardiner, attorney and agent for Port Townsend National bank 9-8 lOt NOTICE TO CREDITORS. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THi county of Los Angeles, State of California— No. 17,926. In the matter of the estate of P. Mallles, de co&tiecl Not cc is Hereby given by the undersigned, Matilda Dalgalarrondo and Francisca Dalgal arrondo, executrlces of the last will and tusta ment of P. Mallles, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims again6t the said deceased, to exhibit them with the neces sary vouchers within four months alter the first publication of this notice to the Bald executrlces, at their place of business, to-wit: the office of their attorney, Stephen M. White, Rooms 11,12 and 13, Temple block, Los An geles city, California. MATILDA DALGALARRONDO, FRANCISCA DALGALARRONDO, Executrlces of the Übc will and testament of P. Mallies, deceased. hate of first publication, to-wlt: August 3, 189/. 8-3wedst NOTICE. Office of Los Anuiclks Citt Watrb C 0.,» Cor. Alambda \nn Marchessault Bts.. > Los Anoelkb, Cal., Sept, 3,1892.) SEALED PROPOSALS OR BIDS WILL BE received at this office up to 3 o'clock p m., September 26,1892, for furnishing tho com pany with 800 TONS CAST-IRON WATER PIPE, as per specifications ou file in lhe office of said company The company reserves the right to reject any or all bids. By order of the board of directors of the Loa Angeles City Water Company. 9 4 td 8. 11. MOTT, Secrotary. NOTICE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THB adjourned annual meeting of tho stock holders of the Lob Angeles County L an <J Improvement eiomrany will be held at Its office in the rooms of the Callfernla Loan and Trußt company, in the BurdlcK block, on Saturday, September 24, at 2 pm., for the election of directors and the transaction of such other business as may properly come before it. ... 9-13 lit H. W. STOLL. Vioe President. Los Angeles, Cal., September 10,1893.