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ON MT. ETNA AT NIGHT
HOW THE HEAVENS APPEARED TO
A DARING TRAVELER.
Amending; the Dreaded Volcano In the
Darkness —Waiting; Near the Crater for
the Sunrise—How the Ascent Was Made.
Faithful Males.
The story of the ascent of the moun
tain from whose summit Plato, in his
serene and thoughtful time, and Mr.
Gladstone, in our troublous days, have,
among many great men, in great wonder
watched the sunrise, has a strong fas
cination because of its wide contrast,
its stern exaction of strength and en
durance and its supreme, awe inspiring
reward, the realization of that which
inspired the ancients and the poets of
the Middle Ages. ,
From the banana and the orange
groves, from the vineyards and the
palms, through the seven botanical re
regions to the snowcapped crust that
spreads for ten square miles' between
the awful depth of unquenchable fire
and the blue heaven that suddenly seems
to be brought near, the traveler mounts
with an ever increasing sense of the
vastness beyond and around him.
When twelve miles of the ascent from
Catania have been accomplished the
summit looks as far off as ever. When
Mr. Rodwell made the ascent, in August,
1877, no rain had fallen in Sicily for
three months, and along the eastern sea
base of the mountains the mean temper
ature was 82 degs. Fahr. His starting
point was Catania; his first halt at Nico
losi, a little town consisting of one long
Btreet, bordered by one storied cottages
of lava. Nicolosi has more than once
been shaken to the ground by earth
quakes. From thence begins the jour
ney, on muleback, by no definite path,
over a vast tract covered witb lava and
ashes, witb here and there patches of
broom. The mules know all about it,
and wise travelers trust them as they
deserve.
Around the district of lava and ashes
He forests of small trees, and at a height
of 4,216 feet is the Casa del Bosco, where
men in charge of the woods live and
whence the start for quite the upper re
gions of the mountain—where cold sur
passing that of the higher Alps has to
be encountered—is made. There, Mr.
Rodwell records, "the air was so extra
ordinary still that the flame of a candle
placed near the door did not flicker."
At 6,300 feet tho Eegione Deserta is en
tered. Lifelessness is all around. Si
lence broods over the waste of black
sand, ashes and lava; ants are the only
living creatures in the crater region. A
little lower down Spalfanzani found
jays, thrushes, ravens, kites and a few
partridges.
There was no moon on the night on
which Mr. Rodwell made the ascent,
but as the desolation deepened, and tho
earth became more arid and more void
and mute, the heavens "took np the
wondrous tale." "The stars," he says,
"shone with extraordinary brilliancy
and sparkled like particles of white hot
steel. 1 have never before seen the
heavens studded with euCh myriads of
abara. Tlio milky wuy eliono liko a rutth
of fire, and meteors flashed across the
sky in such numbers that I soon gave
np any attempt to count them. The
vault of heaven seemed to be much
nearer than when seen from the eartn.
and more flat, as if only a short distance
above our heads, and some of the
brighter stars appeared to be hanging
down from the sky."
A hundred years ago Brydone, be
holding this same wondrous spectacle
of "awful majesty and splendor," re
cords how he and his companion were
"more struck with veneration than be
low," how they exclaimed together,
"What a glorious situation for an ob
servatory! Had Empedocles had the eye
of Gailleo, what discoveries must lie not
have made!" and how they regretted
that Jupiter was not visible, as he was
persuaded they might have discovered
some of his satellites with the naked
eye, or at least with a small glass which
he had in his pocket.
At 1:30 a. m., with the temperature
at 4 degs. Fahr., Mr. Eodwell reached
the welcome shelter of the Cas a In
glese, and rested there until 3 a. m.,
when, the brighter stars having dis
appeared, he started for the summit of
the crater, 1,200 feet above him, iv order
to witness what Brydone calls "the most
wonderful and most sublime sight in na
ture." There was no strong wind; the
traveler did not suffer from the sick
ness of which travelers constantly com
plain in the rarefied air of the summit.
He reached the highest point at 4:40,
and, cautiously choosing a coolish place
among the cinders, sat down on the
ground, whence steam and sulphurous
acid gas were issuing, to wait for the sun
rise. "Above the place where the sun
would presently appear there was a
brilliant red, shading off in the direc
tion of the zenith to orange and yellow;
this was succeeded by pale green, then
a long stretch of pale blue, darker blue,
dark gray, ending opposite the rising
sun with black. This effect was quite
distinct; it lasted some minutes and
was very remarkable. This was suc
ceeded by the usual rayed appearance,
and at ten minutes to 5 the upper rim
of the sun was seen over the mountains
of Calabria."
So simply does Mr. Rodwell record the
guerdon of his toil, for, as he says truly
no one would have tho hardihood to at -
tempt to describe the impressions which
are made upon the mind while the eyes
are beholding the sunrise from the sum
mit of Etna. How greatly the isolation
of the awful mountain adds to the incom
municable effect Brydone implies when
he dwells upon "the immense elevation
from the surface of the earth, drawn, as
it were, to a single point, without any
neighboring mountains for the senses
and imagination to rest upon and re
cover from their astonishment, in their
way down to the world." It must be a
wonderful experience to turn from such
a contemplation to gaze into the vast,
precipitous abyss of the great crater,
even when it is quiet, as ou this occa
sion-—Philadelphia Telegraph.
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When wo had arrived at tho rear of
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"Tho child," e.tdairned tho floor
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"I left the dear boy just one tiny min
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Then Mrs. Gamp came up, aud of course
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"Well." said the floor walker Entiling,
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CITY ENGIN EER,
subject to the aeeuiou i >I tho Democratic
City'Convcr ition.
J A. KELLY,
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CITY CL BRK,
Subject to the decisior i of the Republican
City Con' -entton.
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SCJPERINTENDE NT OF STREETS
Subject to the decisi on of the Democratic
City C« jnventlon.
■p R. WILLIS,
CAKJ jIDATE FOB
CITY ATTORNEY,
Subject to the dec iston of the Republican City
Convention.
JJENRY BARTNING,
CANDIDATE FOB
COUNCILSTAN-SIXTH WARD,
Subject to the decision o' the Democratic City
<!on ventlnn.
CHAS. BAUES,
General Agent for Southern
California for
ANHEUSER-BUSCH
BREWING ASSOCIATION.
Keg and Bottled Tic er delivered to any part
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DRMOCRATIC ]
,
REGULAR
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE 1
FOR AfiSBJtS! VM * rf> '
Seventt third Assembly DUtrict. i
JOHN r7maTHKWS,
REGULAR I
DEMOCRATIC HOMINEE
FOR STATE BKNATOB, '
Thirty-seventh Senatorial District. .
iyj abtino. "marsh,
REGULAR
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE
FOR SHERIFF.
QOL. E. E. HEWITT,
REGULAR
democratic nominee
for county tax collector.
b7~c6l.^er,
REGULAR
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE
FOR AUDITOR. _____
pjENRY - "B. BlUr,
REGULAR
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE
FOR RECORDER.
nBT^OARBOROUGH^
REGULAR
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE
FOR PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR.
C. ~DILLON,
REGULAR
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE
FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY,
c. guTardo,
4
REGULAR
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE
FOR CORONER.
T. COLLINS.
REGULAR
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE
FOR SUPERVISOR SECOND DISTRICT.
BEPUBUCAN HOHIKRKB.
m^)Ore7
Regular Republican nominee for
STATE SENATOR,
Thirty-seventh Senatorial District,
Elcetion Tuesday, November H, 1802
JOHN~c7"OLINK,
Regnlsr Republican nominee for
SHERIFF,
Election Tuesday, November 8,1892.
'■jpROWBRIDGK H. WARD,
Regular Republican nominee for
COUNTY CLERK,
Election Tuesday. November 8. 1892.
E.~LOFBZ,
(Preseut City Auditor,)
Regular Republican nominee for
COUNTY AUDITOR,
El ection Tuesday, November 8,1892.
JjUtAN X M. KELSEY,
Regular Republican nominee for
J'UBLIO ADMINISTRATOR,
Electl on Tuesday, November 8,1892.
. fIRAY,
Regular Republican nominee for
COUNTY RECORDER,
Election Tuesday, November 8, l_i»2.
JABEZ HAXtOKY,
Regi ilar Republican nominee for
COUNTY TREASURER,
Election Tuesday, November 3,1892.
W. FRANCI CO,
Regular Republican nominee for
SUPERVISOR
( Second Supervisorial District).
mention Tuesday, Novomber 8 1892
IULTCH'S
RESTAURANT.
E VERYTHING NEW AND FIRST-CLASS
A ■__ 147 N- Main Street.
JERRY ILIIOH, Proprietor.
Notice of Sale of Heal Estate Under
Execution.
MRS. K. 8. ELLIS, PLaTnTIFF, VS. MBS.
0. Wilson, tin. E. Millard and Mri. R. D.
Lowiy, defendant!.
Sheriff, sale, No. 18,198. ,
By virtue of an execution issued out of the
superior cr»urt of the county of Ix>s Angeles,
state ot (Jaillornla v herein an, E. H. _.Uis wan
plaintiff, and Mrs, 0. Wilson et al. wore defend
ants, upon a Judgment tendered tho 2d day of
September. A. D. 1892,f0r the sum of »3872 50
in lawful money of the United Stateß. besides
costs and interest, I have this day levied upon
all tho right, title, claim and interest of said
defendants, Mrs. 0. Wilson, Mrs. K. Millard and
Mrs. K. D. Lowry of, in and to the following de
scribed real estate, situate In the county of Los
Angeles, state of California, and bounded and
described as follows: ,
First—Lots 40 and 47, in block 17, Wilde's
subdivision of lots Baud F, block 17, addition
No. 2, Monrovia, as per map recorded In book
18, page 78, miscellaneous records,
Second—nndlvided one-half (%) interest in
lot 19, block L, Monrovia, as per map in book
9, page/TO, miscellaneous records.
Third—Lot lof Hoptin's Mibdivlslo. of lot
D, block 3 Monrovia tract, ai per map in book
15, pige 42, miscellaneous records.
Fourth—Commenotng at the southeast cor
ner of lot 10 In block 0 in the Monroe addi
tion to Monrovia tract, as per map In book 14,
psge 09, miscellaneous records; thence north
H2 feet; thence west 150 feet.; thence south 82
feet; thence east ISO feet, being the south 82
feet of the east 150 feet of (aid lot 10, block n.
Fifth—lot O in block 11, Bradbury's addi
tion to Monrovia, as per map in book 14, page
75. miscellaneous recoids
Sixth— 77, 78 and 79 in block 11, Pasa
dena subdivision of blocks!! and 11, Monrovia
asper map In book 10, page 5, miscellaneous
records.
Seventh—Lot 6, block 92, Long Beaoh, as per
map In book 19, page 91 et seq.
Eighth-Lot 0 In Grand View subdivision of
lots A and C, block 1, Monrovia tract, aa per
map In book 14, page 05, miscellaneous rec
ords. . .
Ninth-Lot 10 in the Klefer subdivision of
lot 69, In Banoho Santa Anita, as per map in
book 16, page 42, miscellaneous records.
Public notice is hereby given that I will, on
Friday, the 30th day of Septembor, A.D. 1892,
at 12 o'clock M. of that day, in front of tho
court house door of the county of Los An
geles, Broadway entrance, sell at nubile auc
tion, for cash, lawful money of tho
United States, all the tight, title, olalm and
interest of said defendants of, in and to
theabove described property, or so much there
of as may bo necessary to raise sufficient to sat
isfy said Judgment, with Interest and costs,
etc., to the highest and best bidder.
Dated this 7th day of September, 1892.
E D. GIBSON,
Sherlft'of Los Angeles County.
By F. C. Hannon. Deputy Sherift.
Chapman & Hcndrlck, attorneys for plaintiff. .
9-8 thu 4t
NOTICE OF SALE OF BONDS.
PURSUANT TO A RESOLUTION OF THE
board of directors of Modesto Irrigation
District, duly glveu and madeon the 7th day of
September, 1892, notice is hereby given that
said board of oirectors will sell to the highest
and best bidder tbe bondß of mid irrigation
district to tho amount of fifty eight thousand
dollars (#58,000), bearing Interest at the rate pf - •
tt per cent per annum, payable semi-annually
on tho Ist day of January and July of each
yoar, on the presentation of the interest cou
pons at the otiicc of the treasurer of said dis-
Said 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 slato of California, en
titled ".au 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, and for not
less than 90 per centum of the face value
thereof.
Sealed proposals and bids for the purchase of
said bonds will bo received by the fatd board
of directors at their office in the city of Mo
dcH'o, county of Stanislaus 1 , state of California,
and may be addressed to or left with C. 8. Ab
boil, the secretary of said board, at Modesto,
Cal., at any time after tbe date of this notice
and until 2:31) o'clock p.m. on the 4th day of
October, A. D. 1892, at which time and place
the said sale will be made.
bald bonds will be each of the denomination
of #500, and will be negotiable In form, and
will conform in all reßpects to the require
ments of said act.
Tho board of directors reserve the right to
reject any or all bids.
B'ds must bo sealed and addressed to tbe
secreltry of said board, and indorsed: . "Pro
posals ior Mortesto Irrigation Uistrlct Bonds."
Done b? order of the board of directors of
Modesto Irrigation District, Soptember 7.1892
KEANK A. CEK33EY, President.
C. 8. Abbott. Secrets ry. 9-10 28t
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
I7»BTATE OF LOUIS LICHTENBEROER, Di
li ceased. Notice is hereby given by the un
dersigned, executrix of the last will and
testament of l .mils Llchtenberger. deceased, to
tbe creditors of, and all persons having claim*
against the said deceased, to exhibit ihem,
with the necessary vouchers, within ten
months after the first publication of this
notice, to the said executrix, at the office of A.
W. Hutton, attorney al law. in Temple block,
Los Angeles city, Callforuls, tbe fame- being
the place for the transaction of the bnslnessof
said estate, in said county of Los Angeles,
Dated Lr s Angeles, California, this lßth day
of September, 1892.
MRS. EMILIE LICHTF.NBEBGER,
Executrix of the last will and testament of
Louis Llchtenberger, deceased. 9-16-5 w
NOTICE.
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT TH«
adjourned annual meeting of the stock
holders of tbe Los Angeles County Land
Improvement company will be held at
its office in tbe rooms of the California
Loan and Trust company, in the Bnrdlck
Mock, on Saturday, September 24, 1892,
at 2 p.m., for the election of directors
and tbe transaction of such other business as
may properly come t>efore it.
9-13 lit H. W. STOLL. Vice President.
Los Angeles, Cal., September 10,1892.
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all or write Address DR. J. V. GIBBON, Box
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Mention Los Angeles Hbbai 12-1713 m
FOR SALE
TO CLOSE AN ESTATE
A fine ranch of 200 acres in the Tem
escal Valley, eight miles from South
Riverside, San Bernardino county.
Best ranch in the valley; first-class grain
and fruit lands; nearly all fenced; two
small houses; large barn; two horses;
agricultural implements. Must be sold
to the highest bidder for cash.
For further information apply to H. C.
AUSTIN, Police Court Room, West
Second Street, Los Angeles. s-17 lm
J, M. Griffith, President.
H. G. Stevenson, Vlce-Pres. and Tread.
T. E. Nichols, Bec'v. E. L. Chandler, Supt.
J. M. GRIFFITH COMPANY,
LUMBER DEALERS
And Manufacturers of
DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS, STAIRS.
Mill Work of Every Description.
- 934 N. Alameda Street, Los Angeles.
jul tf
FRANK A. WEINSHANK,
Plumber and Gasfltter,
5 240 West Second Street.
UfrTelephouo 136. 9-6 lm

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