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HARDLY A ROMANCE.
A BTORY WHICH WOULD BE IM
PROVED BY A LITTLE FICTION.
The Judg* on Board an Ocean Steamer,
When Near Borne, Tells About an In
teresting- War Experience Which Was,
After All, Disappointing;.
Fire island would be sighted the next
lay if all went well, and the great
steamer rushed through the water as if
the were as anxious to reach her pier as
those whom she bore were to be at home
tgain. A little party of men sat by a
imokestack telling stories! The play of
the moonlight on the waves had turned
the narratives into rather sentimental
channels, and the judge, giving way to
the influence of the "lovers' lamp," told
the following story:
"You know 1 was a colonel in the
Union army in the war. Well, early in
the struggle 1 was ordered to Louisville,
where I reported to General Don Carlos
Buell. Instructions were given me to
go into camp with my regiment about
six miles south of the city. The place
chosen for the encampment was the
lawn of a fine country place, the home of
one of Kentucky's blneblooded old fam
ilies. The owners were known to be iv
Btrong sympathy with the south, so we
had no compunctions about disfiguring
the grounds by making our temporary
home on them,
"On arriving at the farm I and some
of my officers rode up to the house to
arrange for such food as we could got.
We found two young women, pretty as
pictures, awaiting us on the broad ve
randa. They had seen the preparations
[for pitching the tents, and were evi
dently not plea»4. I dismounted, made
toy best bow and explained that the exi
gencies of war compelled us to camp on
itheir lawn. I assured them that the
soldiers would inconvenience them as
[little as possible.
i "The two listened to my little speech
|with looks of anger, and the taller one
snapped out: 'You shall not camp on
lour place. The last time Union soldiers
were hero we didn't have cream for our
(coffee for two weeks and we don't pro
pose to stand it again.'
i "We soldiers, accustomed to pretty
rough fare, could not help laughing at
(this, and the flush on the faces of the
women grew hotter. I hastened to
apologize and to say again that we
Would be as considerate as the necessi
ties of war permitted. Then we rode to
our tents.
"The next morning I visited the house
jagaiu to see about getting some provi
sions. The young women were still
haughty, but I did my best to soften
their antipathy. I did save them much
annoyance and they could not help being
(grateful. Somehow I found occasion to
rvisit the house daily, and some times 1
{managed to conjure up a second pretext
before bedtime. At the end of a week
the sisters regarded me more as 11 n indi
vidual and less as a Union officer, for I
studiously avoided referring to tne war.
Kjnce or twice the older one told me
Iwith flashing eyes what would happen
/to our men when they met a Confederate
lorce on the battlefield. Her brother
!was a captain in General Humphrey
[Marshall's army, and she warned mo
Against getting within rifle shot of 'lis
regiment.
i "We got on swimmingly on the whole
however, and I confess I grew more
than a little fond of the spirited girl,
in a little while the order came to move
on to eastern Kentucky, and I lelt un
commonly sad when I rode up to the
house to tell the young ladies ;:oodby.
I imagined there was a slight sign of
emotion in the elder's pretty face when
I told tho news, but it disappeared al
most instantly. Holding out lur hand
jto me she said frankly: 'Goodby, Colo
nel. I am really sorry to see you go.
[You are not so bad—for a Yankee.
Please avoid my brother. Yon might
get into trouble.'
i "1 laughed. 'Would you like to see
i'our brother?' I asked.
I " 'Oh, yes. Why do you ask?' she said,
(puzzled.
i " 'Well, I'll send him to see you then.'
jit was her turn to laugh, and she said
mockingly, 'You'd better look out when
he's in the same county with you.' I
rode away, the tones, but not the words,
Hnging in my ears.
t "Not long afterward my regiment was
in eastern Kentucky. One night two of
our men brought in a prisoner. He had
carelessly wandered outside his lines
and been captured. A handsome young
fellow he certainly was, with the bear
ing of a cavalier. 'What is your name?'
I asked him.
" 'Captain , of the Kentucky,'
lie replied.
I "I was all oxcitement, but I tried to
Epoak in calm tones. 'Do you live about
ix miles south of Louisville?' I asked,
\bo make assurance doubly sure. He
feaid with some surprise that ho did.
FThe next day I arranged that the pris
oner should be paroled. I said that 1
jknew his family aud would vouch for
Ills honor. He was allowed to go home
'after giving the usual pledge. I merely
(explained to him that I had met his sis
ters, and asked him to tell thorn that
Colonel , of the Minnesota, had
|sent him. He said he would, and started
for Louisville."
There was silence for a time. Finally
some one said, "Well?"
The judge had been looking out over
the ocean. He turned toward tho speaker.
"I suppose you married the sister?" went
on tho man.
"It's odd that every one who hears tho
story should ask that," the judge said.
"No; 1 never went back to Kentucky
and never saw any of the family again,
p married a Minnesota girl."
I There was silence again for a time,
jbut all thought, "What a disappointing
end for a romance!"— New York Trib
une.
I Where. Most of Cs Are Alike.
Every one has a secret hope that would
cause him to be laughed out of town if
he told it.—Atchison Globe.
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Some stolen money was recovered
through a queer agency in iiallowel!
last week. When the loss of the bills
was discovered th<= family at once
started to look for the robbers. Two
men. were> seen rnnniug do ,vn a lano
across the farm just beyond Mr. Gil
man's house, into which they attempted
to break. As they rati, one of the men
was seen suddenly to pull out a hand
kerchief and beat it about his neck,
where some of the bees he and his part
ner hud disturbed had alighted.
Judging from his antics, the little
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When the pursuers reached tho spot at
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Edward Shepherd. Hnrrisburg, 111., had a
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:^"a'i^er^"m6ore,
Regular Republican nominee lor
STATE SENATOR,
Thirty-seventh Senatorial District,
Election Tuesday, November 8,1892
JOHN 0. CLlNlt]
Regular Republican nominee for
SHERIFF,
Election Tuesday, November 8,1892.
rjpßOW BRIDGES H. WARD,
Regular Republican nominee for
COUNTY CLERK,
Election Tuesday. November 8.1892.
e7LOPEZ,
( Present City Auditor,)
Regular Republican nominee for
COUNTY AUDITOR,
Election Tuesday, November 8,1892.
rtaiiiCAi. a w»oon cum k .
BILLFKRAIN,
CANDIDATE FOR
COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR,
subject to the decision of the Democratic
County Convention.
Q. H. BUCKINGHAM,
CAKDIDATB FOR
COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR,
Subject to the decision of the Democratic
County Convention.
J H. DOCKWKILKR,
CAKDIDATB FOR
CITY ENGINEER,
Subject to tho decision of the Democratic
City Convention.
J A. KELLY,
CANDIDA.! FOR
CITY CLERK,
Subject to the decision of the Republican
City Convention,
R. C. GUIRADO,
CANDIDATE FOR
CORONER,
Subject to the decision of the Democratic
County Convention.
P> ETbAKSETT,
CANDIDATE. FOR
BUBERVISOR FIFTH DISTRICT.
Bubject to the decision of the Democratic
Conuty Convention.
•jyj C. FORDHaM,
CANDIDATE FOR
SUPERVISOR FIFTH DISTRICT,
Subject to tbe decision of the Democratic
Connty Convention.
JAMES E. FRICK,
CANDIDATE FOR
SUPERINTENDENT OF STREET 3
Subject to the decision of the Democratic
City Convention.
P. RIclriAl^SONN
CANDIDATE FOR
CONSTABLE,
Subject to the decision of the Democratic
County Convention.
jp J. TALAMANTKB,
CANDIDAIB FOR
CONaTABLE,
Subject to the decision of the Democratic
County Convention.
j "jyj T. COLLINSi
CANDIDATE FOB
SUPERVISOR SECOND DISTRICT,
Subject to the decision of the Democratic
County
JAMES H. DODBON
CANDIDATE FOB
' SUPERVISOR FOURTH DISTRICT,
Subject .to the decision of the Democratic
County Convention
JAMEB HANLEY";
CANDIDATE FOR
SUPERVISOR FIFTH DISTRICT,
Subject to decision of the Democratic
jounty Convention.
H. JUENGER,
CANDIDATE FOB
CORONER,
Subject to the decision of the Democratic
County Convention.
Jfl R. WILLH,
C ANDIDATE FOR
CITY ATTORNEY,
Subject to the decision of the Republican City
Convention.
JJENRY BARTNING,
CANDIDATE FOR
COUNCILMAN—SIXTH WARD,
Subject to the decision o* the Democratic City
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POLITICAL ANNOIINCKMJBNTS.
JftRANK M. KELSEY,
Regular Republican nominee for
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Election Tuesday. November 8,1892.
SRAY,
Regular Republican nominee for
COUNTY RECORDER.
Election Tue.day, November 8, 1bB1«.
JABKZ BANBURY,
Regular Republicau nominee for
COUNTY TREASURES,
Election Tuesday, November 3,1892.
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Regular Republican nominee for
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C!Jt and t!i Hand-eewcel, flnocalf shoes. TII9
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n. vc | K-.2.00 ana Youths* 51.75 School
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U3QIcS S'J.OO and «I.?S Shoes for
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\Y. L. UOIfGLAS, Urocktan, Mrtss. Sold by
L_. W. GODIN,
IC4 North Spring Street
FOR SALE "
TO CLOSE AN ESTATE
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Bold by all Loc_l DruKgiata. I'hllailo-, j»a,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS,
ESTATE OF MARIA MACHADO DE OLl
varez, deceased.
Notice 1b hereby given by tha undersigned,
executor of the last will aud testament of
Meria Machado Ollvarez, deceased, to tbe
creditors of, and all persons having claims
against the said deceased, to exhibit thesa re
with the necenssry vouchers, within four (4)
months af'.er the first publication of this notice
to the said executor, at the law office of Isidore
B. Dockweiler, Esq , room 11, Bryson-Bone
brake block, northwest corner of spring and
Second streets, in the city of Los Angeles, Stat
of California, which is the place of business of
the undersigned, itnd which place is hereby
designated and specified as tne plane for the
transaction of the business of said estate in the
coun y of Los Angeles, State of California.
Dated this 30th day of August. A.D. 1592.
bis
TOMAS X OLIVAK.EZ.
mark.
Witne-s to his mark,
ISIDORE B. HOOKWEILER.
Pate of first publication, Aueust Slst, A. D.
1892
Isidore B. Dockweiler and Frank Sablcht,,
attorneys for estate. 8-B1 wedst .
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decree of foreclosure and sale, issued out ol
the Superior Court of the county of Los An
geles, of the State of California, on the 3d day
of September, A. D. lH9a, in the above en
titled action, wherein ltobert lialfour ot al , the
above named plaintiffs, obtained a judgment
and decree of foreclosure and sale against
K. N. Cocke et al.. defendants, ou tne 3d day of
-eptciaber.A.D. 1892,f0r the sum of seve'.tv two
bundled a-d fifly thiee and (JO-l«:O ($7283 GO)
•lolinr.s, gold coin of tbe U. s.. which ssid d. rree
was, on tho 3d day of September, A. D.. aB9B,
recorded in juditnient book 38, of said
couri, at page 11V, I am eonmanded
to sell all that certain lot, piece, or
parcel of laud situate, lyins sua being
in the %aid county of Los Angelea, SJata
<if Califoruiii, and bounded and described M
Jollows: , ,
being that piece or parcel of land situate in
the Hancho Han Antonio, b"<iunin» n.t a post
ujsrkcd No. 4 near tho S«n Gobrio' river in the
* nth line cVi a tract of si 20 100 acrus con
veyed by A daliue Wright to F. N. Cocke and '1.
W. Johnson; thence along said south line N,
H3]4 degrees w- st seven y-ono (71) chums to s
post murkcxl No 1; thence south <i! 4 dfgiees
west fourteen chains aud fifty links (14 30) toe
point at a post No. ".: thence south H3!_ degrees
•-■ast sixty-six chaiDSiiod eighty links (liti.SO)
to a point at post marked No. 3; thence north 22
deiitees east flftem ensins and fifteen links
(15.15 i to place-, oi beginning, Slid tract
being marked Lot No. 1 on acensin map inr.de
by JohnUoldsworlbv In Jul? ISM. of the Dow
ney A Heiimnn tract the i-ortbe.ist poiliou
o'. the Home tract of M. A. O. de Lugo, and con
tainti g one hundred acres, reference being
made to said map etc., and being a portion of
the land deeded ty I. W. Hclimau and John G.
Downey to Jacob L Wright, August 1, lb <»*, to
which deed refetencc is aho mace. Less find ex
cepting the f ,llowin« portion th reof, to wit:
A si rip ol land of the full width of one hun
dred and thirty C 130) feet, beihg forty (4J) feet
on the west tide and ninety (90) feet on the
east side of a certain railroad center line, sur
veyed and located by tho Los Angeles Terminal
Railway company from the city of Los Aiigeies
to tiLO bay of San Pedro, said centerll»e across
the above deseri' ed tract, being particularly
located as follows, to wit: heginnlng at a
point on tho fouth boundary line of said tract,
ten hundred forty-three slid three tenths
(1043.3) feel we- tcriy from the southeast cor
ner of said trsct <s> i i south boundary line tun
ning north SJ degrees 34 minutes wchl from
said cornel) and ruimlng thence on a straight
line north 19 degrees 24 minutes wt-t. adis-•
lance of one thousand sixty three and twenty
-8v« one h nidredtlis !t0«3.26) feet to Iho inter
sectior of said center line with the nerth
bountitry fine of ihe* above described tract ol
land. Aibo the rignt to onc-o*ilf interest in a
certain attewion well on said tract to be used
f rrailroad tmrposes.
Public notice is hereby given that, on Wednes
day, the 28th day of A.D. 1892. at 12
o'clock m. of thatday.in front of the courthouse
door of the county of Los Angeles, Broadway en
trance, 1 will, iv obedience to said order of
sale and decree of foreclosure and sale, sell the
above described property, or so much thereof
asraav be necessary to satisfy said judgment,
Wlttl Interest and costs, etc., to the highest
and best bidder, for cash, gold coin of the U. 8.
Dated this 3d day of September, ISM.
E. D. GIBSON,
Sheriff of Los Angeles County.
By F. 0. Hannon, Deputy Sheriff.
Graves, O'Melveny & Shankland, attorneys
ft r plaintiffs.
9-7 wed4t
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
m'TATE OF LOUIS 11CHTE>'BUR"ER, DE
JOj ceased. NoiTiee Is hereby given by iho un
dersigned, executrix of the last will nnd
tesismentof lym 'S Lichtenb rger. dcci ss-d, to
the creditors of. Ktid allpcfsons hs vlng clnims
against tho said deceased, to e-xhibit them,
with the netiei'sary vouchers, within ten
months after the first- imblicatloii of 'his
notice, to the said cx< cutrix, at the office of A.
W. Htittem, attorney at law, in Temple block,
Los Angoles city, Oalifornii, the n>m>< beinic
the plac • for the transaction of the bue-lnessof
satel e:state, 1n said cwuuty of Los Angeles.
Dated L s Angeles, California, this lith day
ol September, 1592. n iE LIOHTENBKRGKR ,
Executrix of the last will nnd leßtamtiHol
Leiuis Lichtenberger, deceased. 9-ie-o w
' NOTICE.
-VT-OTTCE H HEREBY"GIVEN THAT THE
JM adjourned annual meeting of the stock
holders OF the Los Ange'es Couity Land
Improvement comrsny will he neia «
its office in the rooms of the Ca.ifei ibi
Loai> and Trust company, in tn< '. Bu r2n;f
tdock, on Samrday, nepiember 24,
at 2 pm, for tbe election of ciireciors
and tbe transacilcn of mch other business as
mny properly come before it.
9-13 lit H . W. STOLL. Vioe PreKideut.
Los Angelet .CaL. Septttnnef jo, Q 9x.
NOTICE- OF FORECLOSURE SALE.
KMEI.IAE 8 «OPER. PLAINTIFF, O. H.
Weller, ?..rs. J. E. Weller, 8. H. Weller,
tfchallert, i.anabl Lumbf r Company (a corpora
tion), California lo n and Trust Company (a
rorp ration), J. U Evans (sometimes called J-
Q. Evens), and Hidoudo Beach Company la
corporation), defendants.
Sheriffs sale No. 17,190.
Order of sale and decree of foreclosure and
Under and by virtue of an order of sale and
decree of foreclosure aud sale, issued out of the
superior court ol the county of Los Angeles,
of the State of California, ou the 3*lh day ot
August, A.D. 1892, in the above entitled action,
wherein Eiueiiue S. *oper, the above-named
plalntiil, obtained it judgment and decree of
foreclosure and sale against 0. H. Weller
etal.. defendant", on the 27th day of August,
A. I). 1892, for tbe snm of eight hun
dred twenty- one and 60-100 dollars.gold coin,
which said decree was. ou tho 30th day of
Augurt, A.D. 1892, recorded in judgment book
35 of said court, at pago 111, I am
communded to sell all those certain lots,
pieces or parcels of land, situate, lying and be
ing in the said conntv of Los Angeles, state
of California, and bounded and described
as follows:
Being lots 3 and 6of block "F" of the tract
of land known us Cresceuta Canada, as per map
I and subdivision recorded in book 5, pages 574
aud h75 of miscellaneous rocords of Los An
geles county, to which map reference Is made
i for further particulars, and two shares of the
Dunsmore canon water, consisting of 2-110 of
tbe watrof said OS ft on.
Together with nil mid singular the tene
ments, hereditaments and appurtenances
theieunto belonging or in anywise appertain
ing.
Public notico is hereby given, that on Fri
day, the 23d day of September, A.D. 1892, at
i 12 o'clock m. of that day, in front of the court
house door of the County of Los Angeles, Broad
way entrance, 1 will, in obedience to said order
of snle and decree oi foreclosure and sale,
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. OIBSON,
Rheriffof Los Angeles County.
By F. C. Hannon. Deputy Sheriff.
Weils, Monroe & Lee. attorneys for plaintiff.
8 31
NOTICE OF SALE OF BONDS.
PURSUANT TO A RESOLUTION OF THE
board of directors of Modesto Irrigation
Dlstri't. duly given and made on the 7th day of
bentember, 1892, notice is hereby given that
s id hoard of directors will sell to tbe highest
and best bidder tho bonds of tatd irrigation
. diM ict to the «mount of fifty eight thousand
dollars (Jpf.B,ooo). bearinc interest at tho rate of
6 per com per nii:uim, payable semi-annually
in t.e Ist day of January and July of each
year, on the presentation of the interest cou
p. ns at the office of the treasurer of said dis
trict. . . mm
said bonds arc issued by tho board of direct
ors of Mndei to Irrigation District, in accord
ance with and by tho authority of an set of
the 1-glslHture of the state of California, en
t'tied "au act to provide for tbe organization
and government of irrigation districts, a«d to
provide fur the acquisition of water and other
property, and for the distribution of water
thereby for Irrigation purpoaes." Approved
March 7, 1887. . _ .
HAid bonds will bo sold for cash, and for not
lets than 90 per centum of the face value
thereof.
Sealed prop' sals and bids for tho purchase of
FBld bonds will be, received by the i-ald board
of directors at their office in the city of Mo
desto county of Stanislaus, state of California,
ami may bo addressed to or left wilh C. 8. Ab
bott, the secretary of said board, at Modesto,
Cal., ot any time after the date of this notice
«nd until 2:39 o'clock p.m. on the 4th day of
October, A. D. 1892, at which time and place
rhe said sale will be made
raid bonds will be each of tbe denomination
of >Hs'.)o, and will be negotiable in form, and
will conform In all respects to the require
ments of said act.
The board of directors reserve the right to
reject any orsll bids.
B ds must be sealed and addressed to the
secretsry of said bonrd, and indorsed: "Pro
posals for Modesto Irrigation bistrict Bonds."
Done bi' order of tho board of directors of
Modesto irrigation District. September 7.1892
FRANK A. CRESSEY, President.
C. 8. Abbott, K'oretsry. 9-10 25t
Baker Iron Works
950 to 966 BCBNA VISTA ST.,
LOS ANQELEB, CAL
Adjoining the Southern Pacific Grounds. Tele
phone 124. 7-21
pioneer TRUCK 00.
Successors to McLaln & Lehman,
—PROPRIETORS OF THJJ—
Pioneer Truck & Transfer Co.
Piano and Sate Moving a Specialty.
Telephoae 137. 3 Marks St, Los Angeles Cab
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