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NEWS FROM NEIGHBORING CITIES.
Prospects of a Large Orange
County Grain Crop.
Important Improvements Made on
Colorado Street.
News Notes from the Crown of the Val
ley—The Wharf at Hedondo Kendy
for Business—News from
Various Points.
Pasadena, Dec. 4.—The improvements
which have been recently made in the
arroyo near the foot of Colorado street
are such that one who had not visited
the spot for some time would scarcely
recognize the place. Mr. J. Scoville,
one of Pasadena's most progressive
citizens, is the gentleman who has been
carrying on these improvements. A
large Btone dam and club house of the
same material are among the additions
that have been added.
Upon tbe biuff across the arroyo ex
tensive work has been carried on for the
past two years. The top of the hill has
been cut down and leveled, while sev
eral wagon roads have been constructed
at large expense.
It is understood that it is Mr. Se
ville's intention to erect upon this spot
one of the finest residences in this sec
tion of tbe state. w
It is suggested that the proposed
world's fair painting be taken from this
elevation, and there certainly could not
be a more desiiable view obtained.
FUNERAL OK ADDIE K. STOKES.
The funeral services of Miss Addie E.
Stokes were held from her father's res
idence, near Alhambra, at 1:30 p.m.
today. The floral pieces were especially
beautiful, tbe casket being literally
buried in roses. Key. Dr. Hall con
ducted the services, which were held
with all the solemnity of the Episcopal
ritual. A full choir was present and
rendered Beveral beautiful selections.
The interment was made in the Moun
tain View cemetery.
Miss stokes *as a young lady ot most
loveable disposition, and ber death
leaves a vacancy in the family circle, as
well as among her young friends, that
can never be filled.
The afllicted family has the sincere
sympathy of their many friends in their
deep sorrow.
SPECIAL Y. M. C. A. MEETING.
The Y. M. 0. A. held a special meet
ing in Strong's hall this afternoon.
Over 100 young men were present, and
much interest was exhibited. The
song service, under the leadership of
Mr. Chas. 1. Hall, was most interesting.
Rev. Hill of the Congregational church
delivered an address of the most in
structive character to the young men.
Short talks on experience during the
late state convention at San Diego wtre
made by Messrs. Charles Hall, S. Hahn,
A. Strong, Dr. J. R. Townsend, Byram
and Mulford.
NOTES.
The union meetings at the M. E.
tabernacle this evening, for the purpose
of organizing a Pacific Gospel union,
was well attended aud much interest
exhibited.
The churches were unusually well at
tended today, which in Paeaueua means
that they were crowded to overflowing.
Active farming work will at once com
mence, with the prospects of a moet
prosperous season ahead.
On December 7th and Bth the ladies
of tbe Univerealiet church will hold
their annual fair in the vestry of the
church. Very complete arrangements
have been made and the ladies expect
to make this the most successful of any
fair yet given by them. A literary and
musical programme will be given each
evening.
Pn.sadona Itrlefft.
Pasadena office of the Herald, No. 14 West
Colorado street. Advertisements and subscrip-
rec-ived.
TWENTY-FIVE SETS of sinele and double
harness at public sale on Friday, December
9th, at Long's harness shop, 2-1 South Kaymoud
avenue.
ST. NICHOLAS, half block from terminus of
the Los Angeles, Pasadena and Glendale rail
way. Rates $5 to $7 per week. Miss I. Mo-
Lain, proprietor.
MORGAN'S LIVERY AND BOARDING STA
BLE, rear of post-othee. Safe and stj listi turn
outs at reasonable prices. Telephone sti.
C. GARIBALDI, dealer in wines, liquors,
cigars and tobacco, also canned goods. East
Colorado street, cor. Chestnut avenue.
COOK & EJKOZA, general blaeksmithing.
No. 15 Union street.
G. S. MAYIIEW, real estate broker, 20X West
Colorado street. Loans and Investments.
ELITE BILLIARD IIALL, 14 South Fair
Oaks avenue. tjhaa. Grimes, proprietor.
D. S. BARS.ETT. l adies' and Gents' Tonsorlal
Parlors. Ladies' hair cutting, curling and
shampooing. 5 East Colorado street.
PASADENA BLACKSMITH SHOP, 48 Broad
way. General blaeksmithing and woodwork.
Raudlemon Ji De Hay.
M'DONAI D, BROOKS & CO., real estate, loans
and houses for rent. Bargains in houses and
ranches. 7 East Colorado street.
ARTHUR H. PALMER, D. D. 8. Dental
rooms, Eldridge building, Pasadena.
MERCANTILE LUNCH HOUSE, 32 South
Fair Oaks avenue. Meals at all hours.
W. 8. FAIBMAN, the painter house, sign aud
carriage painting, paper hanging, calsornining
etc., corner Broadway and Kansas street.
HOTEL GREEN—Electric lights, steam heat
ed, hot aud cold water, elevator, and all mod
ern imptovements.
THE PAINTER HOTEL, Fair Oaks and
Washington: first-class family hotel.
LOS ANGELES HOUSE, corner Colorado
street and Delaeey avenue; transients, $1 and
if 1.50 per aay; first-class. P. Klein, proprietor.
NORTH PASADENA RESORT, fine wines,
liquors and cigars. S. K. Brown, proprietor.
KBRCKHOFF-CUZNER Mill and Lumber
Co., corner Broadwuy and Kansas street.
♦ ——
REDONDO.
The Result of the Bain—Shipping Notes.
Hotel Arrivals.,
Redondo Beach, Dsc. -I.—The won
derful change now going on in the as
pect of the surrounding country is
phenomenal and worthy of note. The
outlook about Redondo Beach is sud
denly changed from a view of dull, bar
ren fields and uplands to a complete
landscape of the brightest emerald;
and the remarkable growth of plants
and shrubbery, especially among the
acacia and eucalyptus plantations, is
quite remarkable. A number of acacia
trees planted early in the year have
been tested during the past 10 days,
and a growth o! G inches in height
during that period has been ascertained.
The discharge of the schooner Hal
cyon's cargo is proceeding iv good order
over Redondo wharf today.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. ilracewell re
turned from Pomona last evening with
saddened hearts for the loss ol their
Only Kight to Tell.
The Rev. Marl; (Juy Pearse, the eminent Eng
lish divine, writes;
Bhdfobd PLACE, Russell Jquahk. j
London, Dee. 10, I»BS.j
"I think it only right that I should tell you of
how much u«c I find Allcoek's Porous Plasters
in my family aud amoung those to whom I
have recommended them, I find them a very
breaetplate against colds and coughs."
young bady, Grover Cleveland Brace
well, who died at Pomona Friday,
December 2d, from a severe attack of
pneumonia. The funeral and burial
took place at Pomona yesterday.
Arrivals at the Redondo are: C.
Richardson and sister, L. S. Goddard,
Philip Liston, G. F. Roberts, Los Ange
les; Robert Thompson, city; J. W.
Ludovici, San Francisco.
Arrivals at the Ocean View house
are: Ada Aplin, Dora Randolph, Mon
terey, Cal,; A. Melletto, Vallejo ;B. H.
Moore. Lincoln ; C. E. O'Neal, Mexico,
Tex.; J. H. Lotter, Chicago; A. C. Bor
den, St. Augustine, Kla.
SANTA ANA.
The Prosjiects of a Grain Crop—Pave-
wonts Needed.
Sakta Ana, Dec. 4.—Tie warm rays
of tbe sun have been greatly enjoyed to
day, for it hah been nearly a week eince
Old Sol has deigned to snow his face.
The rain appears to be over, and farm
ers in this section are feeling in excel
lent spirits, for plowing and sowing can
now be commenced. The coining sea
son bids fair to be o.ie of the best this
section has ever enjoyed. Forty teams
will tomorrow commence plowing on
the great San Joaquin ranch, and 250,
--000 acres will be sown to barley. The
crop on this vast ranch was a light one
this neason, but Mr. Irvine, the man
ager, informed a Herald representative
today that the prospects for this season
were favorable to a heavy crop.
A MISERABLE STREET,
Fourth street is the business thor
oughfare of this city, and in the sum
mer time it is in a very creditable con
dition. Just now it is an eyesore to
every resident of this progressive town.
It is v veritable mudbole, and the worst
feature of all is, that there seems to be
no way of remedying it. Our city trus
tees, however, should take pity on the
suffering mortals who are compelled to
travel over it, aud have the street paved
or tbe mud carted away.
DEATH 01" .1. D. WALKER.
Citizens of this city were shocked
Saturday morning to learn of the death
of J. D. Walker, who resides between
Santa Ana and Tuetin. He has been
troubled with stomach disease for some
time, but nothing serious was thought
of it until yesterday, when he returned
from Los Angeles and was suddenly
taken very ill. A physician was sum
moned and everything possible done
to relieve bis suffering, but without
avail, aa he passed away this morning.
Mr. Walker was one of the most influ
ential citizens of Orange county and
highly respected by all who knew him.
He was one of the leaders of the De
mocracy in the last campaign and won
many friends. He leaves a wife aud
two children to mourn his loss. The
date for the funeral has not been an
nounced.
OUR NEW COUNTY OFFICERS.
Nearly all of the newly-sleeted officers
have filed their bonds, and are now
ready to aesume their duties as cus
todians of the interests of Orange
county. In the county clerk's office,
D. T. Brock has made" W. A. Beckett
his chief deputy, and the appointment
gives universal satifaction. Win. Bow
ers, our county recorder, has appointed
Mr. Adams as his chief aid, and also Ed.
Alexander, Both men will make com
petent assistants. Of tbe appointments
made by the other county officers, we
have as yet learned nothing, but it is
safe to say all will be men of sterling
worth, and also well qualified.
brevities.
Tom Morris is training every day now
and feels confident that he can win the
race againt Quirk on Saturday r ext. Mor
ris is favorite here among betting men,
but as yet few bets have been made. A
lively interest is manifested in the
event, and it is safe to say a large crowd
will witness the go. Should Morris de
feat Quirk lie will go to England, where
lie will try and get a race with some
fast man in the land of the heath.
H. A. Peabody, the popular editor and
managsr of the Daily Evening Blade,
was severely burned iaet night about
the head, face aud arms by the explo
sion of a gasoline stove. The injury,
though painful, is not serious, and we
hope in a few days to see him again at
his post of duty.
Mrs. S. H. Purcell isvisiting friends in
San Bernardino.
The Santa Ana Gun club returned this
morning from a two days' hunt in the
marshes southwest of town. Ducks were
what the hunters were after, but they
report them as being scarce. J. H.
Joueß, tbe proprietor of the Brunewick,
came nearly going "out of sight" in the
mud, and had to be extricated by his
fellow Nimrodl.
The Herald representative here is
at a loss to understand why so
many Los Angeles . couples come
here to eecure marriage licenses.
During last month there were
five licenses issued to Lob Angeles
county people, who wished to try mar
ried life.
The bachelors and benedicts intend to
play a game of baseball on Christmas
day in this city, using the new style
dismond, having four bases and doing
away with the short-stop.
Two tramps who were wanted by the
authorities at Anaheim were arrested
in this city last night by Marshal Nich
ols and sent ba(k to Anaheim.
The board of supervisors meet tomor
row and the city trustees meet tomor
row night.
The street cars now make regular
trips to the Southern Pacific depot.
Real estate sales are more numerous
of late than for some time past. J. G.
Quick yesterday sold a lot in Fruit's ad
dition to Santa Ana to E. 11. Blukome,
who will immediately place a fine dwell
iug upon his purchase.
Albert Marieur returned yesterday
from San Francisco, where he has been
studying medicine,
Ot'o Young, known among the base
ball fans as "Syke," recently employed
In the tonsorial establishment of Fan! &
Knauf, left today for Tebachepi, where
he h:is taken a position with Wm. Faul,
a former resident of this city.
Mi's Sarah Mayne is home from Los
Aug les to spend the holidays with rel
atives.
Miss Laura Wiley of Montana is visit
ing C. F. Mansur and family of North
Main street.
Judge A. H. Stutsman of Burlington,
lowa, an old-time friend of D. M. Baker
of this city, has located near Tustin.
The Monday club will hold an open
meeting tomorrow evening. Those
holding invitations lor last Monday
evening's entertainment, which was
postponed on account of the rain, are
cordially invited.
E. H. Luxton is remodeling his cot
tage on East Washington avenue.
The Santa Ana Gun club returned
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LOS ANGELES HERALD: MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 5, 1802.
Clem Arckles and Mies Cora Rodgers
were married this morning at the bride's
residence.
Mise Gertrude Foster, a former resi
dent of this city but now of Loa Angeles,
will take a leading pait in the entertain
ment announced for Thursday evening
at Spurgeon'a hall.
G. W. lvtncaid of San Francisco was in
town yesterday.
George C. Hogar was in town yester
day looking after business interests.
C. A. Rathburn ot Chicago has been
stopping in town this week.
TheTactive club will meet Tuesday
nitrht at 8 o'clock lharp to initiate sev
eral new members.
The Wharf Half Com vleted—Local Hap
penings.
Long Beacu, Dec. 4. —By the time
this is published the wharf will abut in
the sea about half its proposed length,
and the Ist of February shouid usher in
a completed structure. From different
reports and rumors which have reached
us here, our neighbors' wharves at Re
dondo and Santa Monica canon hare
suffered severely from the effectß of the
late storm, whilst we of this favored
place have been exempt, and practically
know nothing about any storm except
such bb we have read of in ttie daily
papers.
The blessed rain was about all that
was needed to complete our happiness,
for now we know that the magnificent
surrounding country tributary to Long
Beach will yield untold wealth.
Lemons grown here are pronounced
by experts to be of fine flavor and alto
gether superior to those grown farther
inland, while our lvelsey plums are the
ouly ones thought to be worthy to rep
resent this great county at the California
exhibit now in Chicago.
There is an important laud deal under
consideration, which, if it comes to a
head, means a beet sugar factory, a
transfer of 10,000 acres on the Cerritos
and Alamilas ranches, and a colony of
Eeveral hundred families from Michigan.
A Chicago gentleman is negotiating with
the owners of the Cerritos.
District Attorney-elect H. C. Dillon
has bought 20 acres adjoining the Colo
rado orchard, the name of his place,
on the east which will be utilized for
fruit of different varieties.
Benjamin Colyer of Baltimore, who is
making a tour of the coaßt, put up at
the Fetterman house Tuesday.
The following nimrods came down
laet Saturday to McGarvin's American
fishery for a couple of days' hunting:
\V. H. Russet, Chas. Alexander, Gade
Gibson, Tony Zorb, Ferd. Albarez and
Chas. Grotgiuger.
Tbe following ladies left Long Bench
Friday for San Diego, where they will
spend a few weeks : Mrs. D. L. Gar
lick, Miss I. M. Shepard, Mra. J. H.
Weeome and daughter, Nannie, and
Mre. M. J. Wheeler.
Mrs. Jotham Bixby returnedlrom her
eastern visit last Sunday.
Mrs. Mary E. Hart of Los Angeles
made a business visit laat Wednesday.
Mr. Hansen of Pasadena was a two
day guest of the Fetterman house the
past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Abner Ruby of River
side put up at tbe Fetterman Wednes
day.
Gus Brodbeck of Los Angeles paid a
brief visit Thursday.
Mre. <i. M. Lampney, child and nurse
of Fast Los Angeles visited friends here
early in the week.
The Misses Woodson of Los Angeles,
Etlie and Agues, spent a couple oi days
here last week.
Mrs. J. K. Chalmers of Los Angeles
was a visitor to Mrs. J. T. Kevins' this
week.
Mr. and Mrs. Simonton were guests
of Mr. and Mre. Jno. T. Nevins a couple
oi days laet week. Mr. Simonton may
purchase and build a residence on the
front.
Mrs. C. S. Hußsty and mother, Mrs.
R. G. Large, leave for San Diega today
(Sunday) on a visit to a daughter.
Buckingham's Dy. f >r the whiskers doc its
work thoiou<uly, coloring a uniform brown or
blnck, which, when dry, will neither rub, wash
oft', nor soil linen.
Datronir.e California Industries
By ordering 8. F. I ouhie Extra Brown Btont.
superior to any foreign miido s'.oui.und porter,
'acob Adloff, agent.
SUMMONS.
TN THE HUPBRIOR CO r 'RT OF THE
1_ state of California, in and for the county of
Orange.
Action brought in the superier court of the
county Of Orange, stale of California, and the
cemplaint filed in said county of Orange, in
the cilice of the clerk of said Buperior court.
C. F. Mansur and C. W. Wilcox, assignees of
B. F. Beibert, plaintiffs, vs. M. P. Snyder, Robt.
S. Moore. E. J. Swan, ArUh>-im Irrigation dis
trict, a corporation, John Doeaud Richard Roe,
di fenoanti.
The people of the state of Cali'ornia send
greeting to M. P. Snyder, Robt. S. Moore, E. J.
Swan, Anaheim Irrigation district, a corpora
tion, JohnDoeand Richard Roe, defendants.
You are hereby required to appear in an ac
tion brought against you by the above named
plaintiffs in the superior court of the county oi
Orange, state of California, and to answer
the complaint filed therein, within ten days
(exclusive of the day of service) after the ser
vice on you oi this summons—if served within
this county; or if served elsewhere, within
thirty dayg—er judgment by defa jlt will be
taken against you according to the prayer of
said complaint.
The said action is brought to obtain decree
of this court for the foreclosure of a mortgage
described in the said complaint, and executed
by the said defendants. M. P. Snyder and Robt.
S. Moore, on the 20th day of April, A. D. 1887,
tosecurethe payment of two certain promis
sory notes of even date with said mortgage,
each for $677.65, due one and two years res
pectively after April 29th, H-*7, and alleging
that no part of said rotes has been p»id except
the interest down to April 29th, and ask
ing that the premises conveyed by said mort
gage may be sold and tbe proceedsspplledto the
payment of said notes, of $150 atturi ey's fees
Mid'costs of suit, and in ease such proceeds are
not sufficient to p»y the same, then to obtain au
execution against said defendents, M. P. Snyder
and Robt. 8. Moore, for tiie balance remaining
due, and also that the defendants and all per
sons claiming by, through or uuder them, or
either of them, may b3 barred and foreclosed
of all right, title, claim, Hen, equity ol redemp
tion and interest in and to said mortgaged
premises, and for other and further relief.
Reference is bad to complaint ior particulars.
And you are hereby notified that if you fail
to appear and answer the s.;i,i eomplalnt as
above required, the plaintiffs will cause your
default to he entered and apply io tha court
for the relief demanded in the con plaint.
, Given under my hand and the seal
KAt. of the Superior Court of the county
of Ornn'i , s-i:te of (,'i.li omia, this
28th day of April, 1892.
R Q. WICKHAM.
Z. B West, attorney for plaintiff.. 12-5 15t
NOTICE
CAN FELIPE LAND AND WATM 00M-
O pany. Principal place ol business, Los An
geles, I al.
Thereiidelinquent upon tbe following de
scribed stock en account, ol asscstnieat levied
on tbe 29th day of October, 1892, the several
amonutl set opposite the names of the respec
tive shareholders, as follows:
Name of No. No.
Stockholders. Cert if. Shares. Amt.
Farmers ct Merchants B'k..is 41 f• $1010
M. E. Mackey 17 41(1 1040
H. T. 1). Wilson 8 4 10
Arid in accordance with law and an order of
the bourd of directors made on the 29th day of
October, 1892, so many shsres of each parcel
of such stock as may bo necessary will be sold
at the office of the company, 131 83uth Spring
street. In the city of Los Angeles, on the 20th
day of December, 1892, at 4 o'clock p. m. of
such day, to pay delinquent a.sofamenl
thereon, together with cojt ol advertising and
expenses of the sale.
LK3RAND BETTS, Secretary,
131 South Spring sireet, Los Angeles, Cal.
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JOHN SPIERS, Secretary. 8-19 ti in
Our new catalogue, giving full description,
with directions for runnsug, prices, sizes,
weights, shipping rules, etc , sent free to any
address. Z
Santa Ana Incubator [Co.,
SANTA ANA, Cal.
HOTEL TERRACINA
REDLANDS, CAL.
Now open for the fall and winter season.
Appointments and service
first class.
Rates, $3 50 to 55.00 per Day.
CAKPBSMV T. HKIIOK, Froj>.
11-26 6m
HOTEL WINDSOR,
REDLANDS, CAL.
Ra'es— $2.50 to if 3 00 ncr day. Special rates
by the week. Free bus to aud from all trains.
11-27 3m CAMPBELL T, HEDGE, Prop.
A. E. LITTLEBOTC
DRUG STORE
311 S. Spring St., Near Third,
Removed from 160 N. Main st.
A complete stock of Drags, Chemicals, Toilet
Articles, Drusgists' duudriei aud Electrical in
struments always on hand.
Prescriptions carefully prepared at modern
prices. 6-3otJm
HONGSLEY & BARNES,
ART:-: PRINTERS,
COPPER-PLATE PRINTtNO,
WEDDING INVITATION'S,
VISITING CARDS, ETC.
2ii New High St., Fulton Bi'k,
Near Franklin St., ground floor. Tel. 417.
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L. WILHELM,
L X. L. LIVERY AND SALE STABLES,
826 S. Main St., bet. Sightb aud Ninth,
Telephone v 97, Los Angeles.
Good rigs, gentle horses and reliable drivers.
Prices reasonable. Special attention to horses
boarded by the day, week or month. Horses to
let by the day, week or month. Brick stables
Are proof. 9-9 tf
CHEAP
Diner, Tea sToiiet Services
Plates and bowls for tho million.
Hayiland China, Amateurs' Supplies
STAPFOBDSHIiIBOCKERY CO,
8-27 417 South Spring street 6mo
TWENTY THOtiSAND
IMPROVED SOFT SHELL WALNUT TREKS
From 1 to 4 years old, nil iv fine condition; also
a fine selection of deciduous slock oi choice va
rieties for drying, eanuiug and shipping. All
stock guaranteed. Tree* as represented, 1 have
alto a Hue slock of pressed flr,s put up in neat 1
and 2 pound drums. All the above are now be
ing offered for sale. Correspondence solicited.
JAMES STEWART.
11-29 tf Downey, Cal. Box 52.
C. F. HEINZEMAN,
Druggist & Chemist,
222 N. Main* St., Los Angelas.,
Prescriptions carefully compounded day or
night. m 22 tf
NOTICE OP FORECLOSURE SALE.
MARY K. HAYNEB. PLAINTIFF. VS. WlL
liant tsrockway, defendant.
Shcrlfl's snle, No. 17,ftt>5.
Order ol snle aud decree of foreclosure and
sale.
Under and by virtue of an order of sale nnd
decree of foreclosure nnd snle, Issued out of the
Superior Court of ihe county of Lou Angeleß, of
the state of California, on the 12th day of No
vember, A. I), 1892, in tho above entitled ac
tion, wherein Mnry E. Ilnynes, the nbove
limned plaintiff, obtained n judgment
and decree of foreclosure nnd snle against
W ilium Brockway, defeudnnt, on tho 12lh day
of Mm-mhor, A. D. 1892, for the sum of tweuty
mx hundred seveniy-iwo and 73 100 dollars,
gold eplu, which sale, decree was, on the 12th
day of November, A. D. 1892, recorded in judg
ment book 35 of said court, at page Hi, 1 am
coni-iiaiMc.i to sell all those certain lots, pieces
or parcels i«l land situate, King and being in tbe
, Ul,ulcs ' county of Los Angeles,
state of t allforuia, and bounded and described
■J follow h:
Lot iwo hundred and sixty-one (201> of the
Wingerter tract, ardalso a lot fronting forty
( O) feet on the wat H.le ol Mcfqult street nnd
adjoining Skid Ii t 861 on tlio north iide nnd of
sqosl sUe with it, to wit; 40x140 feet botween
yarn , I lines; said lot being supplied partly by
LntttSof thafioudwln tract, nnd partly from
said \\ ingcrier tract; reference is hereby made
toi map ol Wingerter tract recorded iv book 15
of miscellaneous records, note SB nnd map of
tho Gondw.n tract, recorded in book 11 of mis
ccllane-ius records, page 42, records of Los
Angeles county afotesatd.
Together with all and slngulnrthe tenements,
hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto
belonging or In anywise appertaining-.
Public notice is hereby given, that on Tues
day, the 6th day of December, A. D. 1893, at 12
o'clock m. of Unit day, in front of the court
house door of the Bounty of Los Angeles, Broad
way entrance, 1 will, in obedience to said order
of tale nnd decree of foreclosuTQ and Bale,
sell the nbove, described property, or so
much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy
sold judgment, with Interest and cosis, etc., to
the highest nnd best bidder, for cash, gold coin.
Dated this 12th day of November. 1892.
E. D. GIBSON,
Sheriff ot i.os Angeles eouutv.
By F. C. Hanson. Deputy Sheriff.
Geo. 1. Cociikan, Attorney for Plaintiff.
11-14 mcm-4t
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE".
MAUY E. HAYNKH, P'.AINTIFF, VS. MRS
M. S Flnni.ll, trustee, nnd S. Mc'Jul
lough, defendants.
Sherin'ssnle—No. 18.012.
Order of snle nnd decree of foreclosure and
sale.
Under nnd by virtue of nn order of snle nnd
decree of foreclosure nnd snle, issued out of
the Superior Court of the county of Los An
geles,oi the State of California, on the 18th day
of November, A. D. 1892, in the above entitled
action, wherein Mary c Harries, the above
named plaintiff, obtained n judgment and de
creo of foreclosure n:d sale ngulnst
Mrs. M. 8 Finunll 'truce) ot al , de
fendants, on the Ith d f of November,
A. D. 1892, for the sum of eight hundred
twenty-three and 21100 dollars, gold coin.
Which said decree was, on the 12th day of
November, A. 1)., 1892, recorded in judgment book
35, of said court, nt page 145,1 nm commanded
to sell all that certain lot, piece, or
parcel of land situate, lying and being
in the city of Los Angeles, county of Los
Angeles, State of California, nnd bounded and
described as follows:
Lot two (3), in block 8 of Daman A Millard's
subdivision of the Bhaw tract, as per map
thereof recorded In the oftlcn of the county re
corder of tbe said roomy of loa Angeles, in
book 19, page 45, of miscellaneous record^.
Together with ail nnd slngulnrthe tenements,
hereditaments and appurtenances t Hereunto
belonging, or In any wise appei taliilng.
Public notice is hereby given that, on Tues
day, the tilh day of December, A.D. 1893.at 12
o'clock ra. of that day, in front of the courthouse
door of tho county of Los Angeles, Broadway en
trance, I will, iv obedience .o snld order of
snle and decree of foreclosure nnd sale, sell the
above described property, or so much thereof
us niny be necessary to satisfy said judgment,
with Interest and costs, etc., to the highest
and best bidder, for cash, gold coin.
Dated this 12th day of November. 1892.
E. I). GIBBON,
Sheriff of Los Angeles County.
By F. C. Hannon, Deputy .Sheriff.
Q«0. I. COCHBAN, Attorns} for plainiiff.
1114 mon 4t
rpllE SANTA MONICA WHAR* AND TER
■ 1 mlnal Railway joTipauy, a corporation.
Principal pine? of business, 204 South Spring
street Los Angeles, California.
. Notice li hereby given thai at n meeting of
the directors, held on the 26th day of Novem
ber, 1892, an assessment of fifty cents cer share
was levied npon the capitnl stock of the cor
poration, payable to the secretary and treas
urer of the company, al its offio*, 204 South
Spring Btreet. Los Angeles, Cnlifornln. Any
stock upon which this assessment shsll remain
unpaid on the ;ilßt day of December, 1892, will
be delinquent and advertised for sale at public
auction, nnd, uiuess pnyinent is made before,
will be sold on the 18th day of January, 1893,
at 11 o'clock a. m., nt the olfiee of tiie com
pany, to pay the delinquent assessment, to
gether with costs of advertising nnd expenses
of sale. AKTHt'K GA YFOBD, Secretary.
Office of tbe Company, No. 201 south spring
street, Los Angeles, Cal. 11 -28 mon 4t
Notice for •Publication of Time for
Proving: Will, Etc.
IN TDK SUPERIOR COURT, STATE OF
California, county of Los Angeles, ss.
lv the matter of the estate of Hayden Mc-
Lellan, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that Tuesday, the
1 nth dnv of December, 1892, at 10 o'clock a.m.
of said day, at the courtroom of this
court, department two thereof, in the
city of Los Angel, s, county ol Los Angeles,
■nd state of California, hat been appointed as
the time and place or hearing tho application
o> Juliet B MeLellan, pray ing that n document
now on file in this court, j urr ortlng to be a copy
of the Inst will and testament of the snld de
ceased, nnd of the pn baic- thereof in theStnte cf
Washington, all duly authenticated, be ad
mitted to probate, "and that letters testa
mentary be Is'uecl thereon to Faid petitioner,
at which time nnd place all persons in
terested therein may npuenr and contest the
same.
Dated November 30,1892.
T. Ft. WARD, County Clerk.
By W, L. Warren, Deputy.
To be published dally for 11 full days.
W. I. Gardiner, attorneys for petitioner.
12 1 lit
Notice for Publication of Time for
Proving- Will, etc.
TN THE BUPKBIOK COURT, f-TATE OF
1 California, county of i.os Angeles.—bs.
In the mntier of the estate of 'Ihomns W.
Shaw, di censed.
Notice is hereby given that Tuesday, the 13th
day of December, 1888, at 10 o'clock a. m. of
said day, nt the court room of this court, de
partment two thereof, in the city of Los Ange
les, county of I os Angeles, aud state of Cnli
foiuln, hns been a;,pointed ss the time nad
piece for hearing tho application of Anna E.
Shaw, praying that n document, now on file in
this court, purporting to be the Inst will nnd
testament of tiie s-iid deceased, be ndmitted to
probate, thit lette.s testamentary be issued
thereon to said Anna K. Shaw, nt which time
and place ell persons interested therein may
appearand co*.t' stthe same.
Dated November 30, 1892.
T. H. WARD, County Clerk.
By W. L. WAUBBsr, Deputy.
To be published dally for )0 full dnvs.
W. P. GARDINER,
12 4 lit Attorney for estate.
Assignee's Notice of Sale of personal
Property.
T)UBIIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
1 under nnd I y virtue of an order and decree
of the superior court of Los Angeles county,
California, made, gi-en mid entered on the 2d
day of December, 1802,1, the undersigned, as
signee of the estate of Jennie McD. WaUon, an
iiißolvent debtor, will sell at Ihe auction rooms
of Thos. B, Clark, No 232 West First sireet, in
the city of Los Angeles, county of Los Angeles,
state ol California, at 10 o'clock n. m. en Satur
day, tho 10th day of December, 1892, at pnblic
Bnle, to the highest bidder for cash, the follow
ing personal property, to-wit: tlx show cases,
7 tables, 232 boxes, more or less, of millinery
goods. 11 cases of store shelving, 1 spool case,
3 mirrors, 4 tolls of carpet, 2 window screens,
1 Htetlndoer, together with all the other furni
ture, fixtures and goods formerly used nnd be
long, ng to the stock of millinery goods lately
owned by the said insolvent. Said goods will
be sold either in i arcels or sb a whole, as the
said lusmuoo may deteimine on tbe date of
said snle.
Dated Hocfmber2, 1892.
A. J. MEAD,
Assignee of said Insolvent.
Waller Rose, attorney for assignee.
First published December?). 1892. 12-3-td
Notice of Annual Meeting- of Members
for Election of Directois.
Historic a r. Society ok Southirn Camfob-i
NIA (A COHSORATION). LOS ANOKI KS, >
LOS tN(IEI,ES UOCKTY, CAL FOBNIA. 5
Notice Is hereby given that the second an
nual mstting of the life members and active
members of the above named corporation will
be held at the city court room of the city of
Los Angeles, on Welt »econd street in said city,
ou Monday, tbe ilfth day of December, 1892,
at half-past seven o'clock p. m., for the electioa
of seven directors for the ensnlng year and the
transaction of such other business as may come
before them.
By order of the Board of Directors,
GEO. BOILER GRIFFIN, Secretary.
Lob Angeles, Cal. November 21,1892.
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