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Excbansre Bevlew. w BW York. Deo. 19.—The week opened with unusual exoltement at the stock exenange. 1 he feature was a bad bnak in Industrials, due to the gold export movement, whioh tightened up tbe money marke.s snd caused banks to dis criminate against securities as collateral The situation was aggravated this morning by tae announcement that $3,900,000 gold was taken for shipment tomorrow. Chicago Gas was the first to lefleot tha Belling of long stock on a large scale. It broke largoly from 90% to 83 amid in tense excitement and was promptly followed by a drop lv distilleries from t 4 to 57; cordage, 137% to 134%: lead, 44% to 35%; st«reh, 32* to 29*; American sugar, 106* io 104*: O-u --eral Kiectrlo, 112* to 109*; linseed oil, 40% to 30% The bearish ieuling was Intensified by au advance la call loans to 40 per ceut. These rates did not rule any length of time, however, aud before the close both local and foreign bankers were liberal leudeis and a de cline to 0 per cent ensued. After 1 o'clock operators recovered confidence Bamewhat and a rally of * per cent followed, mostly in in austrials. Later there was a hard drive against Beading and an emphatic effort on the whom market whioh closed very irregular and in the main weak. Railway shares oa the whole showed only slight losses. Government bonds closed steady. monby quotations. Money on call, active- Ranging from 0 to 40 per cent; offered offered at 0 per cent. Prime mercantile paper—s(o)o per cent. Sterling exobange-Weak; $4.85H@4.55% for •0-day bills; demand, $4.87%ta J 4.87^. BAR SILVER. Naw York, Dec. 19.—Bar silver, per ounce 83*o. San Francisco, Dec. 19.—Bar sllyei 83%i<$ 88%0 per ounce. San Fbancibco, Dec. 19.—Mexican dollars, 07007*0. STOCKS AND BONUS. Mew Yobk, Deo. 19.—Closing quotations were as follow*: U.S. 4s, reg 118 'Northern Pacific. 10 U. 8.25, reg 100 N. P. preferred... 47% U. 8. 4s. coupon. .114 Northwestern —110% PaoifloOs 105 N. W. preferrod .141 Amer. Cotton Oil. 39% N. Y. Central 108.<£ American Exp...110 Oregon Impt |U At3hlson 33* flregon Nay 70 Burlington 97% Oregon Short Line 27% ' Canada Paclflc... 89* Paulflo Mall 27* . Canada Southern, 66* Pullman Palace.. 197 Central Paolflo... 27 .Reading 53% Denver A Rio (Id. 50V Rich. Terminal... 6% Distillers 69% Rio Grand West'u 20 General Electric. 109* Do, preferred 01 Illinois Central.. 97 Firsts 78*" Kansas A Texas.. 24* Rock Island 82% Lackawanna 148 St. Paul 76% Lake Shore 129* St. Paul A Omaha 40 Lead Trust 4i sugar 105 Linseed <>>11 37 Texas Paclflc .. 9* Louievl A Nashvl. 69% Union Pacific... 37 , Mich. 0tntra1....103 U. B.Express ... 68 1 Missouri Pacific.. 55% Wells.FargoA Co. 145 . North American. 10 Western union.. 93% •Bid. fße dlv. t Bobton, Deo. 19.—Closing quotations were as follows: i Atchison 33%| Hex. Cent, com. 10% Burlington 96%|8e1l Telephone.. 208* I Ban Diego 11* 1 MININO STOCKS 1 Sam Francisco, Dec. 19.—Following are tbe ' closing prices: , Belcuer 155 Peer 05 i Best and Belchr 1.16 Potosl 180 ' Chollar 65 Ophlr 1.55 Confidence 1.70 Savage 1.05 ; Con. Virginia.. 1.65 Sierra Nevada.. 1.20 ' Gould & curry. .50 Union Con 1.10 Ha eANororoes 1.15 Yellow Jacket.. .45 New York, Bsc. 19.—Tna louowlng are the f closing prloes: Don. Cal. A Va. .1.55 Plymouth 50 < Dead wood 1.10 Sierra Nevada... 1.30 Gould A curry... .60 Staudard 1.30 1 Bale A Norcfos..l 10 Union Con 105 Homettake 13.00 Yellow lackot... .40 ( Mexican 120 Iron Silver 40 •North Star 650 Quicksilver 350 r Ontario. 14.00 Qucksilver pf..17 00 Ophlr 1.30 Bulwer 60 ! Crown Point 80 •Asked. 1 San Francisco Market Review. San FaANCisco, Dec. 19.—The vegetable mar ket was in a little better condion this morn ing, but business is anything but satisfactory. Potatoes hold up well and havo been doing bet ter lately und -r improved shipping demand. Choice onions are scarce and command top prices. Tomatoes are still plentiiul, with few sales. Tbe market for fresh fruits is moderately active In all varieties of apples. Grapes still appear in market, but meet with light demand. oranges aie coming in freely, but the demand la light and prices are weak at ouotatlons. Dried fruits are doing better in apricots and peaches, but apples are dull. The British Grain Trade. London, Dec. 19.—The Mark Lane Express ■ays: knglish wheats advanced 5d during the week, o.lng to the comparatively good prices offered by London millers. American wheats have fallen 6d. American flour can now be profitably ex ported. Large Russian shipments have contin ued, Chicago Grain Market. Cricaoo, Dec. 19—Wheat, f&lr business. The market opened %c lower but worked up !ic and then declined %o on weaker cables .larger increase than expected in visib'e supply; re covered loss on purchases by strong houses; closed steady and unchanged. Receipts. 147,000 bushels; shipments, 18, --000 bushels. Chicago, Dec. 19.—Closing—Wheat, easy; cash, 69% c; May, 78Uc. Corn—aasy; cash, 4i; B o; May, 46%0. Oats—Basy; cash, 30j*30J.«c; May, 34®31Sc. Rye-47Uc. Barley—64o. Flax-sl.oß'/<. Timothy—s2.oo. OTHSII GRAIN mabkets. Sam Francisco, Dec. 19.—Wheat, closed Arm; buyer, December, $1.26%; May, 51.30 U. Barley—Easy;:; May, 83>ie; Jan., 7856 c; Dec, 78e; ouyer Dec, 7t"40. oorn-sl.lO. Livkhpooi., Dec. 19.—Wheot, demand poor. Mo 2 red winter, closed dull at 5s Olid; No. 2 red Spring, s eady, 5s 10J,.1. Flour— Demanl poor, unchanged. Corn—Demaud Is poor. Spot closed dull at 4s %a; December, steady, at 4s Kd; January, dull, 4s Id; January (new), dull, at 4s. General Markets. Nkw York, Dec. 19.—Hops, dull but steady; state, common to choice, 18@43o; Pacific coast, 18®<3o. Coffee—Options barely steady, uncbauged to 20 points down. The sales were 45,750 bags, In cluding De'ember, $10.25.0)10.40; January, $15.80*15.90; May, $15 05015.25. Spot Rio closed steady; No. 7, 165ic. Sugar—Raw, closed dull, firm. Fair re fining, 3c; centrifugals, 90 test, 3%c. Musco vaoo, 89 test, 3e. Refined, quiet, steady;off A, 4J4@4 9 lOo: mould A, 4 15-10:<95>.,c; staudard A,4 11-16@4%c; i onfectioners' A 4 cut loaf, 5 otushed, 5 5 16@5Hc; Sowdered, 4 13 I6@sc; granulated, 4 tl-lti® o; cubes, 4 13-16.aj5c. Copper—Moderate demand, aud firm; lake, $12.55. Lead-Quiet, steady; domestic, $3.85. Tin—Weaker: straits, $19.45. Chicago, Deo. 19.—Pork, easy; cash, $14.80; Jan.. $16 20. Lard—Firm; cash, $10.05; Jan., $9.1)2!,. Bibs—Basy; cash, $8.22H; Jan., $S.42J*. Short clear—s)B.Bo®B 85. Short rib5—57.45(8)10.60. Chicago, Deo. 19.—Whisky, $1.15. Wool. Naw York, Deo. 19.—W001, Fair demand and Arm- Domestic fleece, 25@35c. * Petroleum. Naw York, Dec. 10.—Petroleum was stagnant | throughout. LOS ANGELES LOCAL MARKETS. I The quotations given below are Los Angeles wholesale selling prices.] Provisions. Hi.vs —Per lb., local smoked, 15c. Bacon—Per ft., local emoktd, ;15%c; medium, 13^(?il4c. Pork—Per dry salt; 12>io. Dried B»bp—Per It., insldes, 13^c Lard—Compound, 3's, lie; s's. l(l» B e; 10's 109»c; 50'8,10%0. Pure leaf lard, U.'ic higher all troustd. Grain and Hay. Baju.it—Brewing, ltl.toai.Bo; Iced, $1. Corn —Per cental, $1 20. Oatb—No. 1, per cental, $1.50. Wheat—No. 1, per cental, $1.40(91.50; No. S, $1.2O(a)1.30. Eat—Oat No. 1,$11; wheat No. 1, $11; bar ley No. 1, $10; alfalfa No. 1, $10; No. 2 grade $1 lower all around. Straw—Barley, per ton, $5; wheat, $5, Dairy Products. Butter. —Fancy creamery, 28 ounce f quarei-, S7Wrat6oc; fancy dairy, per roll. bO'&SVAa; choice. 45(S»i7iy:; pickled rod. 40@42Wc. Cheese. —California half cr-sm, per rb, 10c; coast full cream, per lb., 14c; California, local special brands, per ft., 15@16!4c; California, 3-tb, hand, per ft., 17kc; e.steru lull cream, twins, per D>, 14c; Cheddars, per lb., 14c; domestic Swiss, per ft., loe. Vegetables. Beans-Nsvt or small white, per 100 lbs, f2.uutajis3.oo: Pink, per 100 lbs $J.76u52.90; lacs-eyed, per 100 lb., $'.J.50,45'2.75; Llmas, per 100 lbs, $3 00(£53.25. BEET*-Per luolns., 700. Cabbage—Per 100 lbs. 900. Cabbotb— Per 100lbs., $1.00. Caulifl'oweb—Per doz., 55c. Cilery—Per doz , 50c. Chiijks—Dry, per string 65@70c. Unions—Per 100 lbs , 91.35 Pab-nips—Per 100 lb* , $1 60. Peas—tlreeti, per lb , 7@Bc. Potatoes—Burbank, per 100 lbs, $1 20<* 1.50; Peerless, $1 00(<}1.10; Pins-eyes, $I.oos 1.10; Chlco Hose, $1..0;e.1.2V Hwekt Potatoes—Per 100 lbs, $ 1.25. Tojhtoes—Per 30 lb box, 75(&90c. TURNirs-Per 100 lbs, 80e. Dried Frails. Arri.ES—Evaporated, per lb. 11c; snndrled 90. APBtcoTs—Kvsporated per lb., 14c. Peaches—Unpeoled, per lb, 12* c; peeled, 200. Pbunes—Choice, per lb, 10@llc Raisins—London layers, per box, $1.50® 1.75. Poultry and Kg*;*. Poultry—Hens, $5.75,50.00 per dox; \oung rot sters $5.00ut5.60; old roosters. $5 00; broilers. ducks, $•( 60.U7.00; geese, $1 per head: turkeys, 15(a)16c ,cr lb. Haas—California ranch, 28(ip30c; Eastern, 26@28c per doz. Houoy and Beeswax. noNKY— Comb. 12® 14c; extracted, white, 7 @8c; amber, <S«a7i\ Hbsswax—2o@23c. Nuts. Almonds—Soft shell, per lb,lC@l7c; paper shell, I9(a)zlc; hard shell, B@loc Peanuts—Raw, 4@sc $i tt>; roasted, 7fa)Bc. Walnuts—Hard shell, 8c: soft shell, lie; paper shell, 13c. Fresh Fruits. Cranberries—Per barrel, $11 00311.50. Bananas—Per bunch, 9'i email@example.com. Pears—Per box, $2.00. ArPLBS-Per box, $13D@1.50; in barrels, per lb., 2%c. Lemons—Cured, per box, $1.0G@4.50; un cured, per box, $2,firstname.lastname@example.org. Uranoes— Navels, per box, $4,003$ 1.50; Seedlings, $2.50£53.00. c ■ REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Monday, December 19b. M L Shultz to M £ Eeece—Lot 20, Bixby tit; $1000 Sheriff to C Buich—Land along Mission road; $2430.80. CbasLathron et ux to H D Austin—Lot 8, C 0 Brown's sub; $.>OO. J Slielly to N suelly—Part lots 18 and 19, Te junga rancbo; $100. 8 X Thorpe et ux to J R Montgomery et ux - Lot 38, blk C, Gatdena; $200 C F Shafer to C A Bears-Lot 72 Myers trt; $860. T w Patton et ux to J Hannah-Lot 8, blk F, Blcknell'sad Monrovia: $75. L Krmnlck et con to F H Grldley—Lot 13, blk 1, VV Rosas trt; $5, J w Guy at ux to C W Rogers—Lot 10, Skll lens' sub Ban Pasqual trt; $1175. C W Rogers et ux to L P Hamen -Same prop erty: $1200. M C McNlff et ux to A Bouino-Pait lots 14 and 15, M H Weight's sub, Pasadena: $350. W X etoke* to G H Maihows—K U NW'i NKti sec 36, T SB, R 12 W; $1800. Frovldenoia Land, Water and Development company to H X Pape -Los-2, blk 48, Provi dencia rancbo, $1557 Alpine Springs Land and Water compacy to D H Lueken—W ii sec 13, TSN, Kil W; $1430. D G Toenjes etux to 0 V Baldwin—Und V t lot 1, blk 12, LO3 Angel°s Improvement company's sub bis 39, II 8. $300. Kosedale Cemetery association to S 0 Know nick—s> % lot Ul, blk I, Hosedale cemetcrv. L Reh'er et ux to S Gill—Premises No 1135 S Hill st: $400:1. C C Alien et ux to H A DoSd—Lot 18, Ellen da:e place $s'oO. I 0 Wilcox to J A Shaw—Lots 17 18 21 bl 21, Long Beach; $255. Tax Collector to 0 P Dorltnd—Lot 5, Web ster A Rose trt: $27. H Moore to T J Moore—Part lots A and B, Ter race Villa trt; $1500. R D List et ux to R W Poindexter— XJaa'4 lot 3, M nine's sub Green trt; $5. H Edwards to J W Harrlhiu—Lot 10 bl 9, Pioneer BldgAssn trt; $400. J R Howerton et ux to M N Avery—E'i lot 87, Mcl.onald trt; $1 MW Allen to W H Andrews—Part lot 252, Lankershlm Rolands; $1. J R Biggins to I Rartuelemy-Lot 13 bl B, Rlggins Bros' sub; $200. FCaseres et ux to £ C Gilbert—Lot sbl 2, Garvanza add; $1200. SUMMARY. Deeds 43 Nomiual 19 Total „ $23 401.86 Note—Flgnres separated by a dash, represent book and page of miscellaneous records. Miles'* Nerve and Liver PUIS. A.ct oa a new prluulpio—regaiarlug the livor *-.oaianb. and bowels throurja tho nervos. A new discovery. Dr. Mlles'e Pills spoedily cure taste, torpid liver, pilec, co i itipitloß. unoqualicd for mou, worsen, oh' ban. Smallest, mildest, surest 150 dosss, i cent*. Sanploe tree, at O. H. Hauoe. Use uerman Family soap. •.Then Baby was sick, we gave ncr Castcrli* When she was a Child, sho cried for Castoria. When she became Miss, she clung to CastorUt W hen she bad Children, tbe gave them Castori*. "About ten years ago I ccu-MKg!*%* traoted a "overe case of blood poi- **" son. Leading physicians prescribed medicine alter medicine, whichl took without any relief. 1 also tried mercurial and potash remedies, v.iih unsuccessful results, but which broug'.l on an attack of mercurial rheumatism ih..'. E^RHEUMATISI four years I gave up all remedies and began leiiig 8. S. 8. After taking several bottles I -: entirely cured and able to resume work. ' ''S«JsT%B 13 the greatest medicine for bio ' .%SS9) l'oisoning to-day on tho market. ' Treatiso on Blood and Slcin Diseases mailed roo. Swijt SriicirK! Co., Atlanta, Ga '^^^^^^^^^^ DB. K. 0. WBST'S N ERY3~AND BRAIN TREATMENT, ft upecifie for Hysteria, Dlzsi noss, Fits, Neuralgia, Headache, Nervouß Pros tratiou caused by alcohol or tobacco, Wakeful ness, Mental Depression, Softening of Brain, causing insanity, misery, decay, death, Prema ture Old Age, Barrenness, Loss of Power in either sex, Impotency, Leucorrhcaa and all Female Weaknesses, Involuntary Losses, Sper matorrhoea caused by over-exertion of brain, Self-abuse, Over-indulgence. A month's treat ment $1,6 for |5, by mall. We guarantee six boxes to cure, Kaon order for G boxes, with 55, will send written guarantee to refund If not cured, Guarantees issued ouly by H. M. BAI,E & SON. druggists, sole agents, 820 S. Spring Btreet, Los Angeles. Cal. ~>*gSx "JAPANESE CURE A now and Complete Treatment, consisting oi Suppositories, Ointment in Capsules, also in Box aud Pills; a Positive Cure for External, Internal, Blind or Bleeding Itching, Chronic, Recent or Hereditary Piles. This remedy har, never been known to fall. fl per box', I) for i&; sent by mail. Why suffer from this terrible disease when a written guarantee Is positively given with 0 boxes. To refund the money if not cured. Send stamp for free sample. Guar antee Issued by C. F. HEINZEMAN, druggist, sole agent. 222 N. Main Btreet. Los AEeoleo.Cul, instill vrty Cnrcd by Kdnitnlsterlnt: Dr. lilalnes' ejaEilr.n Sim*:lUc. It can be given in o cup of oeffee or tea. or In food, without the knowledge of the patient. It Is absolutely liarrjiloes, nnd will effect a permanent ood epoetly 3ure, whether the patisnt is a tnoaerate drinker o*' -.n alcoholic wreck. It hin boon ftlveu in thousands •if caaos. nnd in every instance a perfect cure haa fol lowed. It never Fall*. 'X'heßyßteni onooimpr»pnaled :r.h tha bpeoiao, it becomen ao utter impossibility .or tho liquor appetite to oxiet. iiOl.llKN HPECIFIO CO.. Prop'rs, finotnni.ti. O. 13-p.nro took of particulars tree. To bo had cf F. W. BRAUN A CO ,| Druggists. H. GK.RMAIN, I I os Angelea, Cel. LUbl mAnnUUU "torod.Varlcocele.nlght hWUI IlinillttfUU ly emlrsions; etc.. surely cured by INRAPO. the great Hindoo Remedy. Sold with written iriioruntro of cure. Sample Bant free. Addvesu Oriental Med.'t-al Co., UH Mew, Clue«s<>, 111. I<OS ANGELES HERALD: TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 20, 1892. AVER'S PILLS cure constipation, dyspepsia, jaundice, sick headache. THE BEST remedy for all disorders of the stomach, liver, and bowels. Every Dose Effective GRATEFUL—COMFORTING. EPPS'S COCOA. BREAKFAST. "By a thorough knowledge of tbe natural laws wbich govern the operations of digestion and nutrition, and by a careful application of the fine properties of well selected Cocoa, Mr. Kpps has provided our breakfast tables with a delicately flavored beverage which may save us many heavy doctors' bills. It is by the judi cious use of truch articles of diet that a constitu tion may be gradually built up until strong enough to resist every tendency to disease. Hun dreds of subtle maladies are floating around us ready to attack wherever there is a weak point. We may escape many a fatal shaft by keeping ourselves well fortified with pure blood and a properly nourished frame."—Civil Service Ga zette. Made simply with boiling water or milk. Sold only in half-pound Hub, by grocers, labeled thus: JAMES KPPS A CO., Homoeopathic Chem lsts. London, England. 10-9-tu-thAw-12m Trie Mratsd fwncii Sure, *to CU SS I "APHROD!TINE w SS3H f POB!TIVE GUARANTEE X to cure any form /(j B of nervous disease \fs~ if or any disorder ot tho generative or- J&SiJmDliiT gen.') of eitherBcx, whother arlsiugw 'Ayffijtmr fronithoexcessive/ BEFORE useof Stimulants, AFTEf Tobacco or Opium, or through you th ful indlstf tlon, over indulgence, Ac., such as Lobs of Brain Power, Wakefulness, Eoarlngdown Pains in thi back, Seminal Weakness, Hysteria, Nervous Pros tration, Nocturnal Emissions, Leucorrhoea, Diz slness, Weak Memory, Loss of Power and 1 moo tency, which II neglected often lead to premature old ago and insanity. Price 11.00 a box, 6 boxes for 15.00. Bent by mail on receipt of price- A WRITTEN OTJARAHTEB Is given iff every f 5.U0 order received, to refund the mone} 'f a Permanent cure is not effected. We bars thousand- or testimonials from old and youna of both sejes, who have been permanently cures) bytbeui«of Aphrodltine. Circular free. Address THE APHRO MEDICINE CO. —SOLD H .M. PAT.E A BON. Druggists. Loa Ancclcg.Cal IT IB A IOtITS yon owe yourself and font. <-y to cet tho ucnt vnltio i'cr your money. !';'; 0 »° »i zo '. n FOOT foot-sveur by purchasing- W. li. JJOUjdna Mioen, which represent the beat value lor prices aaked, as thousands will testify. W~TAI£E NO SUBSTITUTE. M W. L. DOUGLAS 83 SHOE cen-TiPemen. THE BEST BHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY. A genuine sewed shoe, that vrtll not Hp, fine calf, seamless, smooth inside, flexible, more com fortable, stylish and durable than any other shoe ever sold at the price. Equals custom made shoes costing from $4 to 85. tftyl and S3 Hand-sewed, flnecalf shoes. The «waS> most stylish, easy and durablo shoes ever sold at the price. They equal fine imported shoes costing fromgßtoriS. 42 9 SO Police Shoe, worn by farmers and an 9w. others who want a good heavy calf, three soled, extension edge choc, easy to walk In, and will keep the feet dry and warm. CO it Fine Calf, 82.95 and B'J.OO Work* «■> «at m Ingmen's Shoes wlu give more wear for the money than any other make. Thoy are made for ser vice. The increasing sales show that working-men have found this out. Rnual §2.00 and Youths' 81.7.1 School DvTB Shoes are worn by the boys every where. The most serviceable shoes Bold at the prices, I aHlod 83.00 Hand-sewed. (12.90. LaQICs 82.00 and 81.75 Shoes for M Issea are made of the best Dongola or flue Calf, as desired. They are very stylish, comfortable and dura* ble. The 83.00 shoo equnis custom made shoes costing from §4.00 to $6.00. Ladles who wish to economize ia their footwear are finding this out. Caution.—W.L.Douglas'name and the price Is stamped ou the bottom of each shoe; look for it when yon buy. Bewareof dealersattemptlngtoaub stttute other mahea for them. Such substitutions ore fraudulent and subject to proeeeutloa by law for ob tniuing money under false pretences, w. 1.. nOUGLAS, Brockton, Mean. Bold by L_. W. GODIN, 101 North Spring Street. tftflANN'S gONE QUTTER Will cut Dry or Green T»T Mn Bones, Merit, Gristle and all. A / .0 Green Cut BONES wiU tTW__| m double tho number of eggs CTjaß JIH —will make them moro fer- wga tile—will carry tho hens afy eufely through the molting Et*\w'*V'*lW&? I'criod and put them in PlB mE« eouditlon to lay when eggs 'd 8 Se''j command the highest price rrß at nn< * dovelop" your fI B' ■ chicks fnster than_ any ll \ S other food. / ■ a Feed JJrecu Bones and / iifli ■ use Crcosozonc to kill Urg' Jnk the lice, aud you will make 0-0 P-f'V V cr cent inoru prollt. |^Bend lor Catalogue'and bL**' prices. aTALUMI TJCIIBATQK COHP'Y. 7 PETALEIA,' CAE? TO THE UNFORTUNATE. s Dr. Gibbon's DISPENSARY 628 Kearnp y st., fflsyk Corner of Commercial, Ban Francisco. Cal. Ks- : tabUshed in 1«54. for trea'.mentof Sexual aud Sc-minal Diseases, such «. Vi I-;. iV-'-ins Gonorrhea, Gleet, : '' ;zr Slricture. Byphillit- lo all its foms Semlnai Weakness, Impotency and Manhood per manpnlly cured. The sick and sfflicted should uot full to call upon him. Tbe Doctor baa trav eled extensively tn Europe and inspected thor oughly the various hospitals there, obtaining a great deal of valuable Information,which heir, cwnpetout to impart to those in need of his services. The Doctor curen where others fail. Try him. DR. GIBBON will make no charge unless ho effects a cure. Persons at a distance CURED AT HOME. All communication!) strictly confidential. Al) letters answered iv plaiu envelopes. Call or write Address ER. J F GIBBON, Box 1,957. Ban Francisco, Cal. Mcutlon Los Angeles Herai 12-17 12m lEAT WMM 0? ANATOM\ 151 Jt'irkw-t st.,Wnu Frnneisoo, (bsWri en C.'.i Bud ".t'i B:s ) Co and learn how wonderfully yctl arc made tpd how to avoid i.i'-kness and diseases. Museum enlarged w iih tliDuaancU of new objects. AdmUsion 2$ cts. Private Office, 311 Goary St. Disease, jf men: stricture,loss oi manuooJ.diceiiscs of ikinaud kidneys quickly cured without the uso of morcury. Treatment puraoually ' . ■jttex. Bend for book A BOOK FOR EVERY MAN Only $1.00. Strength! Vitality! KHO'-if i-r/SELR. Or HKLK-rwunritVATlON. A nnv anil only Gold Mndnl I'lil'tg KHSAY uli NEItVOI'S aiirl FllvstCAl. liiiili riv. i i:[ioi:s ~( YOUTH. KXItatTHTRU VITALITY. Plli:- SIATIIIll.: IIKI'LINI". isn't alt l>lSi:.\.-,:,.-, and VfKAKNKSRK9 iitSIAN". 500|ing«i, cloth, silt; 125 Inviihtalile prescriptions. Ou'y jl.tiu by mail, dnuhie seated. DwerlptlVfl Proapot with andorsomci'is of r-r»x"r"B crun Oie Press und voluntary l-'KB-ff- I ?,-..,, testimonials of the cnrcit, I lilt.!- I NOw, Consultation In perx'inor liy mall. Expert treat ment. INVIOLAIILK SI-.Clll'.CYmid CUR TAIN. CIIKK. Address Dr. W. 11. Parker, oi The Pealtody Medical luutltutc, No. 4 Utilflncli St., lu.ston, Mass. Tho Science of Life, or Self-nrefervntlon, Is s trcftsuro more valuable ttian gnlil. Rend 11 now, every WKAK and NlillVOttH uuin, and learn la be NTKOKQ.— Medical Review. (Copyrighted) FLIES DTK WHEN "T. B." INSECT POWDER U USED.— Sold in 2 os. sprinkle-top tins. \i lb. U lb, IH> and ij lb cans. At all druggists and grocers, MOTHS Quickly destroyed and easily prevented by using TARINE, BOLL «X CANS ONLY. Ca7*- At all drag stores. m , F. W. BBATJN * CO., 6- Irr Wholesale Agents. SMOKE LINCOLN'S I CABINET | CARL UPMANN'S FAMOUS CIGAR HOTEL TERRACINA REDLANDS, CAL. Now open for the fall and winter season. Appointments and service first class. Rates, $3 per Day and Upward CAMfBKtL T. HRDQS, Prop. 11-20 Om HOTEL WINDSOR, REDLANDS, OAL. Rat e5—92.60 to $3 00 per day. Special rateß by the week. Free bus to tad Itorn all trains. 1127 3m CAMPBELL T. HEDGE, Prop. BUILDERS' EXCHANGE Cor, Broadway and Second. Open dally from 7:80 a.m. to 6,30 p.m. Of ficial business meetings every Wednesday at 2 p.m. J. M. GBIFFITU, President. JOHN SPIERS. Secretary. 8-10 Urn H. S. B.F.N YllS. D. BIESTBOH. HOTEL -:- FIGDEROA, Kenyon & Biestman, COR. FIGUEROA AND SIXTEENTH STB TeL 1124. LOS ANG?.LES, CAL,. Kewly furnished. Orened to the public December Ist, Everything Urst-closs. Eutea reasonable. 12-16 m MRS. A. MENDENHALL, Uairdrtssiog and Hanicare Parlois, 107 North Spring street, room 23 Schumacher dock. Phantpoolng done at residences if desired, BvaTlilir" - V^SjbMm SrtO. FOB A CASE IT W I LI- NOT Jl It Is on naTCooblo Laxative tor the Bowels; can bo made Into a Tea fir use in oue minute. Prfoo SDo., f>oo. find Sl.tiO prr package. » BUTrt aklst An Elcitaiit Toii-et Powoeri AU H.V lor tho Tcalhand HroaUi—26o. sjold wholesilo by HAAS. BAUHCH & CO., and letoll by dr«>rgi«ts. l'j-14 lyr S Iff I'll OPTICIAN. ISjesnit.. . 11. A.IU. accurately wllh BPKCTA ' CLEfI or EYE QLARf K3 by the latest raetbodr. Fine leases a ape. ia'.ly Microscopes, U-lescopes, liy.lri.rn. ten, bnrcme. lets. UiermoeccU-rs. tKßionJcu. microscopic ob ject*, lantern sUrtts. its. oii.si.es stout, d o ordur. ftepcin. promiillj Once No. 120 south .-"i.rn.K it. Los ArujsUw, * o-M Jm Notice of Sale of On Hand baggage and Freight of the Southern California Railway Company. FOLLOWING DKbCRIBED BAGGAGE, which has remained lv the warehouse of the company at the point to which it was consigned for the length of time required by law, will be sold to the highest bidder for cash, at the storage warehouse of Cook & Langley, corner Alameda and Lmcommuu sireet-, at Los Angeles, Cel., between the hours of !) a. m. and 0 p. m., com mencing on the 28ih day of December, 1892: LIBT OF UNCLAIMED BAGGAGE. Initial of check, AA P Jt; check No 010; • tation checked to and date, Los Angel-a, Au gust 21,1891; description, tdle g blkti-; C 0 L, 2883, Loa Angeles, July 1, 1891, bole g blkts; C 8 L, B'J, San Bernardino, July 19,1891, bdle bedding; A T & a p Jt, 4129, kbii Diego, Janu ary 15,1891, bdle g blkts; CCL, 1311 Ban Diego, November 15, 1891, bdle computers: C 8 L, 228, Los Angeles, November 17, 1891, bdle bikts (burlaped); CCL, 1208, Los Ange les. February 25, 1891, bdle comfortcia. C (; L, 1176, Los Angeies, November 27 1891, bdle comforters; C 0 L, 2097, los Augelep, Decem ber 31,1891, bdle comforters; CCL, 1391, Los Angeles, August 3,1891, sack cloihing; None, nil, Los Angeles, August 3 1891. satchel; CC L, 1030, Los Angeles, August 3, 1891, sack clothing; C C L, 1t703, Ban Diego, March 5, 1891 bdle Clothing; A A P Jt, 788, Los Angel b, October 12, 1891, bdle corr.lorters; CCL. 2235, Los Angelep, oik can valise; C C L, 1793, Lob Aneeles. blk leather valise: depot claim eak, 408, oceans.v •. blk leather valise; none, nil, Los Angeles, blk leather valise; none, nil, Los Angeles, russet leather valtte; none, nil, Los Angeles, can valise; none, nil, Los An geles, russet leather valise; none, nil, Oe>»n- Bide, blk leather valise; none, nil, I os Angeles, blk leather valise; C 0 L, 2361, Los Angeles, chest of tools: m,ne, all, Los Angeles, steamer trunk; O C L, 21L0, Los Angles, can cov'd trunk; none, nil, Los Angeies, box» clothing: none, nil, Colton. idle bed ing; none, r.ll, Colttn, blk leathei valise; COL. 1051, Ban Bono, January 20, 1891, rus set valise; C C L, 2127. Los Augeles, .sovembcr 2,1592, bdle G blankets; OCT. 547, Barstow, bdle blkts: 8 0 Co D, 452, Sau Dletio, May 16, 1892, bi c blue blkts; C CI , 2425, Los Ange les, May 14, 1892, sailor sack; C C L,21!15, Los Angeles, March 15,1892, russet vaiise; C C L, 2291, Ban Diego, May 18,1892, bdle bidding; none, nil, Los Angeles, July 15,1892, zinc trunk; C 3 L, 190, Los Angeles, July 17, 1892, bdle beddir.fe; U CI., 1012, Los Angeles, Aug ust 17, 1892, bdle bedding; C 8 and C OL, A 2162, Los Angeles September 30 1892, box bedding: CCL 1078, Los Angeles, bd c blkts; CCL, 2393, Los Angeles, bdle cloihing; 0 8 L 975, Loi Angeles, tool chest; CCL, 1578, Lob Angelev, bdle blkts; CC 1. 2324, Los angelea, bdle blkts; C C L, 1525, Los Angele , bdle blkts; CCL 1147, Los Angeles, rus-et leather trunk: C C L 1180,1-oi Angeles, bdl blkts; CCL 1542, Los Angeles, bdl blkts. CCL 249/. I os Ange les, bdl blkts; none, nil, Los Angeles, bjl blkts; none, nil, i os Angeles, bdl blkts; none, nil, Los Aneelce, bdl blkts: 3 F Re, 702, Lob Angeies, bdl blkts; nil, nil, Los Angeles, bos clothing:nil, nil, Los Angele:, ins t. valise; nil, nli, Loa Angeles, telescope basket; nil, nil, Los Angeles, lusset valise; nil nil, Los Ange les, bdl blkts; nil, nil, Los Angeles, russet trunk clothing (found ou train); nil, nil, Loa Ange les, box clothing (found on train); i 11, nil, Los Angeles, box clothing (found on train); nil, nil. Los Angeles, 0 biles umlrellas (12 in bdl); nil, nil, Los Angeles, box clothing (found on train); nil, nil. Los Angeles, Back cooking utensils; nil, nil, Los Angeles, russet valise. 8. B. HYNES, General Passenger Agont. THE FOLTOWING DESCRIBED FREIGHT, which has remained iv the warehouse of the company at the point to which it was con sisted for the length of time required by law, will be sold to the highest bidder for cash, at the storage warehouse oi Cook & Langley, cor ner Alameda aud Ducomreun streets, at Los Angeles, Cal., between the hours of 9 a. m. and 6p. m , commencing on the 28th day of De cember, 1892; LIST OK UNCLAIMED FREIGHT. Needles, 1 box valise personal effects; Arroyo Grande, 1 chest empty, Hastbrook Summit 1 bdl bedding, (Hale, sec boss); Daggett, 1 bdl glass lamps, G. AM.; Los Angeles, 1 bdl (3) fruit poles, K. K. Alexander; Manhattan 'Is., 1 center table, If. Gonz-iles. No marks, or ir regularly marked—2 bills barb wire, 7 pieces sewer pipe, 3 zinc doors, 1 tool chest, 1 box fix tures, 1 soldering Dot, 1 bale tenures. (H. C. W.), 1 box personal effects, 1 pc iron, 2 pcs cul tivator frame, 1 chair, 1 roll carpet, 1 wheel, 1 bdl (3) weights (wired), 1 box hh goods, 1 bdl galvanized wire, 1 hoe, 1 b.x lrcn fixtures, 1 heater, 2 piecen, 1 sack belt and electric fixtures, 1 coil wire rope, 2 sheet-iron troughs, 28 earth grease traps, 4 Joints well pipe (steel), 1 snlint clothes basket, 1 bdl h h good', 2 sacks gold ore, R V Del Valle; 1 box leather dasher, 1 empty fish box. Lit Co; 1 empty oil tank, 3 pieces churn stand, G CACHolton, Ks; 1 kitchen table, 1 gasoline stove, 1 eteel sink, 2 sacks 50 its dairy salt, 1 clothes wringer, 1 box pampas plumes, 1 box bells, (X) Kansas City; 1 empty oil tank, A W V "F;" 1 box thoes, Patrick Bros. H. C. WHITEHEAD, Auditor. Notice of Sale of Ou Hand Freight of the Southern California Bail way Company. THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED FREIGHT, which was turned over to cook A Langley, warehousemen, after remaining in the ware house oi the company at the point lo which it was consigned for the length of time required bylaw, wLI be sold to tho highest bidder for oa&h at tho storage warehouse of Cook & Lang ley, coiner of Alameda and Ducommun streets, at Los Angeles, Cal, between the hours of • a m. and (i p. in.. commencing on the 28th day of December, 1892: Fullerton—Warehouse lot No. 1, 1 keg nails, consignee or consignor, Barnett Bros & Co; lot 56, 8 empty iron tanks, U Marteen. Jollet-Lot No. 28, 2 ca>cs cord board, 13 bundles ditto, -eymonr, Johnson A Co. Olive—Lot No. 4, 1 bundle canvas, Henry Keesp. Redondo—Lot No, 60,1 cralo baby carriages, Mr:. Newson; lotNo 93,1 tox glass. Mrs. J. Bixby. PerriE—Lot No. 8,1 sack of taddlerv, R. Orse. Ban Juan—Lot No 30,1 took stove,"Mrs. J. E. Wright. Ban Bernardino-Lot No. 2,1 crate P board, 1 barrel M paper, 1 bdle M paper, 8. Bernstein; lot No. 5,1 bux s; Ice, C B fliesseo; 1.-.t No. 6, 1 case albums, G W Moore; lot No. 7. 1 box hnrdware, R Jacts; lot No. 3H, 5 M T boxes, t: N .-teele: lot No. 85, 1 piece iron casting, W B Norfolk & Sons; lot No 96, 3 packages of spring wagon, O Switzcr; lot No. 105, 8 pack ages household goods, W W English; lot No. 120, 1 dish-washer, F M liucoln; lot No. 121, 1 crated tank J A Wood. Redlands—Lot No. 95,1 box plaster orna ments, Chas M Ansyln; lot No. 119, 2 bundles t-t.ts, 2 bundles poles. W Ode-mar. Pasadena—LotNo. 3, 1 case rough glats, no name; lot No. 35,1 box hardware, W T Hay hurst; lot No. 75, 1 box household goods, VV Parrlotl; lot No. 104,1 crate marble Townsend & Baker; lotNo 100, 5 boxei paper boxes, W F Wfclflht; lot No. 125,1 bux chair brackets, J C Williamson. Woreinont—Lot No. 87,1 handle tent pales, 1 tent, P B Fass. Temecula—Lot No. 72, 45 pieces lum' .er, 13 pieces lent, 1 door, 2 wind vvs, 1 bundle tent- Jug. 1 r 01. zinc. W B Duncan. tan Diego—Lot No. 9, 1 box plow irons, Henry Tboode: lot No. 24,5 crates wood, 3 boxes wood, 1 bdie backets, J M Roberts lot No. 26,1 boi dry Roods, IRS Birch; lot No. 27, 2 bdles advertising matter, E P Stoner; lot No. 47,1 case bottles, H B Keelcr; lot No 50 1 oase paper, Henry Daggett; lot No. 73,1 chest mechanic tools, Mariou Gavey ; lot No. 76, 1 buggy pile, 1 bund;e plow boitoms, 1 plow, 1 sulky plow, 1 bundle plow beams and handles, R O ButterfleUl; lot No. 81, 1 ciEe show cards, OWe SBnun; lot No. 117, 1 case printed mat ter, no name; lot No. 1v3,1 trunk of personal effects, H R Porter. Chicago- Lot No. 10, 1 box grease samples, Georgo L Turner; lot No. 16,1 box printed matter, Geo M Hurd. Azusa—'ot No 11,1 piece iron pipe. Bs,n Jacinto—Lot No 17,1 box houeeheld, A L Uustis; lot No. 34,1 piece wood, Li'tle A Better; lot No. 99,1 bale clothing, Wm ileath. Riverside—Lot No. 18, 1 empty mi. k, i:o namo; lot No. 19 2 cases varnish, no name; lot -o. 74,1 cash personal effects, G. sell-; lot No. 88,1 wood butcher's block 1 cralo of legs for same, Chas A Feitow let No. 90,1 empty water bairol, Pedro Detansettd. Hesperia—Lot No. 23, i piece pipe. R N C Wilson; lot No. 51, 1 stove, G \V Albilgnt. Escondido—Lot No 32,1 box dried liuit, M A Cabllla. Bagdad—Lot No. 53, 4 r-ackb beans, W L Pack ard. Anaheim—LotNo. 70,1 box bolt! s, no name. Rivera—Lot No. 71, 1 door Cal Door Co. H. C. WHITEHEAD, Cook & Langley, Auditor. Warehousemen. 12-16-llt NOTICE TO CREDITORS ESTATE OF WILLIAM SAUSER, DECEASED. Notice U hereby giveu by the undersigned, administrator with the will aunezed of the es tate of William sa if.cr, deceased, to the cred itors of, and nil persons having claims against the said d ceased, to exhibit the same with the necessary vouchers, within ten months after the first publication of this no ice to the said li. B Nesbit, admiuis.raror with the will an w -scl of tbe es;aie of said decedent, at tho place of Iju-.iiiesrs of lb) saitl B 11 riesbi-, at tbe northeast corner of Secoi d and Thomas s;reet", iv trio city o! Pomona, the smie being the place adopted by said adiutui tralor for the Iran.* - lion of the busiuess of said cata'.e, iv the county of Lo-! Angeles. Da'ed thiß 21st d.ry of Novemb- r, A D. 1892. B. B. NK3IIIT, At'minlstrator o.' the eßtaie of William Sauser, deceased. 11-22 lv 5-. SUMMONS. I* THE SUPERIOR CODRT OF THK slate of California, In and for the county of orange. Action brought In the supcrler court of the county of Orange, state of California, and the complaint filed in said county of Orange, in "J? 10 .? of tno clerk of sald superior court. B * aJ£i^!*? d .& w - Wilcox, assignees of B. F beibejt, pliintlffs, vs. M. P Snyder, Robt, 8. Moore, i". J. Sw*n, Anaheim Irrigation dis tr.et, a corporation, John Doe and Richard Roe. d. fendauis. The people of the state of Call'ornia send greeting to M. P. Snyder, Robt. S. Moore. B. J. Swan, Anaheim Irrigatlou d strict, a corpora te n , John D c and Rit hard Ro., defendants. i ou are hereby requited to appear In an ac tion brought against you by the above named plaintiffs in the superior court of the county of orange, state of California, and to answer the complaint filed therein, within ten days (exclusive of the day of service) alter the ser vii eon you o; this summons—lf served within this county; or if teived elsewhere, within thirty days-er judgment by default will be taken against you according to the prayer of said complaint. lhe bald action is brought to obtain decree of this court for tbe foreclosure of a mortgago described in the said complaint, acd executed by tho said defendants, M. P. Snyder aud Kobt H. Monro, on the 29th day of April, A. D. 1887, to secure the payment of two certain piotuis sorv notes of even date with said morgrge, each for $077 05, due one and ;wo years res pectively after April 29tb, 1887, and alleging that no part of Bald notes has been p*id except the interest down to April 29 h 18«8, and ask ing that tho premise- conveyed by said mort gage may be sold and the proceeds applied to the payment of said notes, of $150 aitor. ey's lees >.nd costs of suit, -nd In case such proceeds are not sufficient to p,y tho same, then to obtain an execution against said defendents, M. P. Bnyder snd Robt. 8, Moore, for the balance revaluing due, and aUo that the r efenda ts and all per sons claiming by, through or under them, or either of them, maybe barred and foreclosed of all rlgh<, title, claim, lien, equity ot redemp tion and interest in and to said mortgaged pren ises, and for other and further relief. Reference is bad to c< mplaint for particulars. And you are hereby notified that if you fail to appear and answer the said complaint aa above required, the plaintiffs will cause your default to be entered and apply to the court for the relief demanded in the oor.pl.tint,. ■ , Given under my baud and the seal 1 skal I of the Superior Court of the county ' °' Orang>, sate of Cali'ornla, this 28th day of April, 1892. R Q. WICKHAM, Clerk. Z. B. West, otlorney for plaintiffs. 12-5 15t Notice of Sale of Real Estate Under Execution. BBALLERINO, PLAINTIFF, VS. L. M. • Bb clow, defendant. Sheriff's sale No 11.274. By virtue of an execution issued out of the Superior Court of the county of Los Angeles, Btate ol California, wherein B. Ballorino waß plaintiff and L. M. Bigelow was defendant, up on a judgment rendered the 25th day of March, A. D. 1892, for the sum of forty-one aud flif teen hundredths dollars' ($41.15) in lawful money of the Untied states, besides costs and interest I have this day levied upen all the right, title, claim and Interest of said plaintiff, B. Ballerino, of, in and to tbe loilowirjgde scribed real estate, situate iv the county of Los Angeles, state of California, and bounded and described aB foi ows; Commencing at a point on th" caste lyslde of Nigger alley, said point being located (-298 39-100) two hundred and ninety-eight and thirty-nine hundredths feet northerly from the northeast corner of Aliso aud Lot Angeles streets, and said Initial point being lurther and more particularly described n» a cenier of a wall now located end being constructed by B. Ballerino, and running from raid inllial point in an easterly direction to a point ou the west side of Alameda street, sakl last named point being located one (1) ioot southerly from the northeasterly corner of the tract of land de scribed In a deed from to J. G. Downey, said deed 1 eing recorded in book four (4) page 105 of deeds,said last named point being further described as being locatf d two hundred and six and eiehty-thiee-hnndredths (206 83-100) feet noriheiiy irom tho northwest cor ner of the intersection of Aliso aud Alameda streets, and running along tbe westerly boundary of Alameda street northerly seventy nine and five-hundredths (79 5-100) feet to the southeast corner of realty belonging io Wm. Ferguson and Mrs. Briggs; thence along the southerly boundary of Bard realty of Wm. Fer guson end Mrs. Brings in a westeily direction to a point on the easterly boundary of Nigger alley; said point heirs? the southwest corner of said realty uf satd Ferguson and Briggs; thence along thr- easterly boundary ot Nigger alley southerly to the point of beginning Public notice is hereby given, that i will, on Thursday, tbe 22d day of Dec mbcr, A. D. 1892, at 12 o'clock m. of that day, in front of the court bouse door of the county of Los Angeles, Broadway entrance, sell at public auction, for c :sh, lawful money of the United States, all the right, title, claim and interest of said plaintiff, B. Ballerino, of, in and to the above described property, or co much thereof as may be necessary to r,<i6e sufficient to satisfy said judgment, with interest and costs etc , to tac highest and best bidder. Dated thie 28th day of November, 1892. E. D. GIBSON, Sheriff of Los Angeles County. By F. C. Hannon, Deputy Sheriff. A. W. Hutton, attorney for defeulaut. 11-29 tues 4t. Notice of Sale of Real Estate Under Execution. B BALLERINO. PLAINTIFF, VS. L. M. • Bigelow. defendant. Sheriff's sale-No. 11,274. By virtue of an execution issued out of the superior court of the county of Los Angeles, state of California, wherein B. Ballerino was plaintiff atii L. M. Bigelow was defendant, upon a judgment rendered the 3d day ot October, A. D. 1891,'0r the sum of one hun dred and sixteen and soventy-fiye hundredths dollars, in lawful money ef the United States, besides coßts and iu'erest, I hwe this day levi d upon all tho right, title, claim and in terest of said plaintiff, 11 Ballerino, of, in and to the following described roul estate, situate in the eoumy of Los Angeles, state of Cali fornia, aud bounded and described as fo.lows: Commencing at a point ou the easterly side of Nigger alley, said point being located (298 39-1 On) two hundred and ninety-eight and thirty-nfne hundredths feet northerly irom the north-east corner of Aliso and Los Angeles streets, aud said initial poiut being further and more particularly described as a center of a wall now located snd being constructed by B. Ba'lerino, and running Inun said initial point in an eastorly direct! >n to ■ i oiut on the west side of A lunula sircc. mill last named point belnglocated one (1) font southerly from the northeasterly corner of lha tract of land de scribed In a deed from to J. G Dow ney, said deed being recorded in book four (4 Fage 10 > of deeds, said last named point belnsr urther described as being loer.t.d two hundted and six aud eighty-ti.ree-hundredths (206 83-100) fest northerly from the northwtst cor ncr of the intersection of Aliso aud Alameda streets and runuiug thence along the westerly boundary of Alarm d* street, northerly seventy nine and five hundredths (7 > 5-100) feet to the southeast corner of realty belonging to William Ferguson and Mrs. Briggs; their, c along the southerly boundary of s.rld realty of Wm. Ferguson and Mrs. firfggs In a wester'y direc tion to a point < n the easterly boundary of Nifgir alley: suld point beiug the soutturcst corner of said realty of sul Ferguson and Briggs; tbencc along the easterly loundrtry of N gger alley southerly to the poiut of begin ning. Public notice is hereby given, that I will, on Thursday, the 2?d day of December, A. D. 1892, at 12 o'clock m. of that day, in front of the court house door of the County of Los Ange les, Broidway entrance, sell at public auction, for cash, lawful money of the Uni ed States, all the right, title, claim and Interest of said plaintiff, B. Ballerino, of, in and to the above described property, or so much thereof as may be necessary i n raise sufficient to satisfy said judgment, with interest and costs, etc., to the highest and best bidder. Dated this 28th day of November, 1892. E. D. GIBSON, Sheriff of Los Angeles County. By F. 0. Hannon. Deputy Sheriff. A. W. Hutton, Atrorney for Defendant. 11-29 tues 4t. BONDS FOR SALE. PURSUANT TO A RESOLUTION OF THK board of directors of the Gr.ipeiand Irriga tion district, duly pass- d at its regular meellng held the 7th day of November. 1892, notice is hereby given that sealed proposals will be re ceived at tie office of nUd board, in Grapeiand, Kan Bernardino county, California, up to tho 27th day cf December, A D. 1832, at 1 o'clock p. m. ol said day, for the purchase of bonds of said district to th ■ amount of one hundred and fl'ty thousand (150.0001 dollars. By order of the boa dof directors of Grape laud irrigation district. J. D. OUSTERHOUT, President. E T. Mykbs, Secret try. Grapeiand, Cal., Nov 28. 1892. 12 5 23t. EXAMINA HON OF TEACHERS. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AS Ex amination of teachers will hi held by the county board of eduea'l n in the assembly room of the i-lorraal School building, Los An geles city, c .inmenclng Monday, December 26, All arplioir.ts for certiflcatesmust be present at t. c beginning of tho examination All teach-rs holding tempo'ary certificates and all applicants 'or the renewal of ihelr cer tificates must file their applications »ud testi monials of teaching wllh the secretary of the bnprd on or before Saturday, Decembers*, 1892. By order of tbe board of education. 12-6 211 W. W. SBAMAN, Secretary. 7