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NEWS FROM NEIGHBORING CITIES. Result of Pasadena's Council , Meeting Yesterday. * : — c The Death of One of Anaheim's < Pioner Settlers. •kipping and Other Note* from Re- i dondo—Newi and Personal Notes from San ta Ana. i Pasadena, Jen. 3.—The city fathers , met in regular cession this afternoon, all members present. I Mr. P. VV. Wooster presented a peti tion asking that he be allowed a rebate of $69 on the Wooster block. The petition set forth at length the reasons for asking this rebate, one being that the value upon the Exchange block waß reduced $7000, while the assessed value of the Wooster block was raised 11600. The communication ended with a gen eral kick upon the low assessed value of Colorado street property between Fair Oaks and Raymond. After considerable discussion tbe petition was ordered on file. Bids for grading, curbing and gutter ing Lock Haven street were opened ac follows: J. B. Hmthes, $976; ;Hogan Bros., $1 35 per lineal foot; Chas. Mushrush, $1 38 per lineal foot. Tbe tdd of flogan Bros, was accepted. Mr. Tillison waß granted permission to let some furniture belonging to him remain in the new city hall. The office of city recorder having be- j come vacant by reason of Justice Rose's term expiring, J. H. Merriam was ap-I pointed to fill that position, without salary. The report of the auditing and finance committee recommending the payment of bills to tbe amount of $3722.71 was received, and warrants ordered drawn. Street Superintendent Brown submit ted a report on California street gutter ing work. A resolution was adopted declining to accept a proposed dedication of an alley an the Lregge tract. At this point in the proceedings Mr. Merriam, the city justice elected at the last election, appeared and refused to act as city recorder without a salary. The motion appointing Mr. Merriam re corder was consequently reconsidered, and 11. H. Rose appointed to the posi tion. A petition from Mrs. Defriez, asking permission to move a frame building, was denied. On motion the office of building and plumbing inspector was continued one month, at a salary of $50. A report was received and adooted from the city attorney, W. E. Arthur, recommending that the bill of $132.20 presented by T C. Hopkins be not al lowed, as tbe city was in no way respon sible for the expense bill claimed. Reports of recorder, tax collector and pound maßter for December were re ceived and referred to committee. The city tax collector's report showed : Cash on hand December let, $672 ) 20; licenses col'ected, $13; pront-rtv tux collected, $30,687 00; total, $37,420.29; credit to trpasu-er's receipts, $31,905.13; on hand, $5455 16. Recorder Rose's report showed five aases tried and $75 in fines collected. The board adjourned to meet tomorrow at 1 p. m. THE LAOIBS' Y. M. C. A. RECEPTION. The ladies' central committee of the T. M. C. A. gave their annual New Year's reception to the young men last evening, in Strong's hall. A large num ber of young people attended, and a most enjoyable evening passed. Each gentleman wae presented with a button hole bouquet, while lemonade was dis pensed to all the thirsty once. An excellent literary *nd mueicul pro gramme was given, consisting of a reci tation by Miss Grace Baßley and Miss Fanny Holmes, vocal solo by Mrs. Poet and a violin duet by Messrs. Rosb and '1 horns. An orchestra, composed of Messrs Ross, Thomas, Hall, Bagley and Miss Nash, rendered some splendid music. After the programme some time was spent in a social way, and before part ing each guest was presented with an exceedingly pretty New Year's card. NOTES. Clarence Burwell is confined at home with an attack of grippe. Some sneak thief entered the home of Mr. C. H. Bolt during the absence of the family yesterday afternoon and suc ceeded in getting away with about $100 worth of property, consisting of a lady's gold watch, a suit of clothes and various other articles. All members of the A. O. U. W. in Pasadena are requested to meet at the lodge room on Dayton street at 7:30 p. i an., Thursday, January sth, to make ar rangements for the reception of the grand foreman, James Booth, who will visit Paaadena lodge on tbe 19th inst. The Berkeley Glee club will give a con cert at the opera house tomorrow even ing. The club comes well recommended, and those attending will no doubt hear some good music. The township officers, consisting of Justices Merriam and Lawrence and Constables Slater and Swift, were sworn in this morning. The following officers of Pasadena Rebekah lodge, No. 121, 1.0.0. F., were installed last night. Mary Recce, N. G.; Annie Pruitt, V. G.; C. Ward, sec.; W. H Koretian, treaa.; S P. Swear- Pasadena Briefs. Pasadena office ol tbe Hkrald, No. 14 West Colorado and subscrip tion'- received. ST. NICHOLAS, ball block from terminus of ihe Los Angeles, Pasadena and Glendale rail way. Rates $5 to $7 per week. Miss I. Mc- Lain, proprietor. MORGAN'S LIVJfRY AND BOARDINGJBTA BLB, rear of post-office. Safe and stilish turn outs at reasonable prices. Telephone 56. C. OAKI ALU I. dealer in wines, liqnors, cigars and tobacco, also canned goods, East Colorado street cor. Chestnut avenue, COOK & BJKOZA, general 'blacksmithing. Ko. 15 Union street. O. 8. MAYHEW, real estate broker, 20X|West Colorado street. Loans and investments. D. 8. BASHITT. T adies' and Gents' Tonsorlal Parlors. Ladles' hair cutting, cnrling and shampooing. 5 East Colorado street. PASADENA BLACKSMITH SHOP, 48 Broad way. General blacksmithing and woodwork, Randlemon & De Hay. M'DONA LD, BROOKS & CO., real estate, loans and honses for reut. Bargains in honses 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. HOTEL GREEN—Electric lights, steam heat ed, hot and cold water, elevator, and all mod ern improvement*. THE PAINTE t HOTEL. Fair Oaks and Washington: first-class family hotel. LOS ANGsLKH HOU-SE. corner Colorado street and Delscey avenue; tr»n a ients,~sl and VI .50 per bay: first-class. P. Klein, proprietor. KERCKHOEg-CCZNER Mill and Lumber So., corner Broadway and Kansas Btreet. 109 ANGELES HERALD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 4, 1893. ingen, guardian; Sarah Robins, warden*; Addie E. Conover, conductor; R. B. Conover, R. 8. N. G.; Aich Prnitt, R. S. V. G.; Minnie Koretian, L. S. V. G.; Sarah Ward, chaplain. They were in stalled by Maggie Ryder. D. P. G. M., assisted by Mrs. Caruthera as grand marshal; S. P. Swearingeu, grand war den ; Sarah Robins, grand secretary; Olive F. Greene, grand treasurer. POMONA. An Important Meeting of the Bjard of Trade— Notes. Pomona, Jan. 3.—The board o! trade met in regular session in its rooms, First National Bank building, last even ing. There were present: Phil Stein, president; Members Ira F.White, J. H. Graber, J. E. Packard, J. E. Mc- Comas, E. M. Keller, lohn H. Dole, F. B. King, John Waßeon, A. G. Wiess and Secretary 8. M. Haekell. J. E. Packard reported that a survey for a sewer line had been made through tbe Spadra hills, by direction of the city council, and such a line was found im practicable. It was stated that Mr. Peter Fleming bad made offers to take care of the city's sewage, but nothing definite was known regarding it. It appeared to the board that as some members of the eitr council did not eeem to be in favor of any sewerage °ys tem, that much could not be accom plished to that end until new council men were elected. Mr. Keller reported for the fruit com mittee that 70 jars cf c'ives had been presented for the world's fair exhibit, and 20 for the board of trade's exhibit in its rooms here. Mr. Frank Wiggins, secretary of. the Southern 1 California world's fair associa tion, in a communication to the presi dent of the Pomona board of trade, .Phil Stein, which was read, stated that the association would place citrus fruit on exhibition at the world's fair, sell tbe same, while in good condit.on and re mit to the exhibitor the balance of the proceeds after deducting the expenses and transportation, at half rates, no commission being charged. It was the opinion of the board that much fruit could be obtained on such liberal terms. Mr. Geo. F. Ferris and Mr. A. G. Wises were eiected members. It wae thought to be to the best inter ests of Pomona, as a whole, that the dis sensions over the saloon question be Bet tied by a gene al vote of the whole city at the coming election, the majority rul ing. With this end in view the board recommends that the city board of trus tees order tbe election of trustees at tbe April election in such a way. A committee of three, J. E. Packard, J. H. Graber and F. B. King, were ap pointed to present the matter at the meeting of the city council tonight. In th 6 worda of tho able secretary of the board of trade, the action of the Los Angeles Times in the matter of county division was "cussed and discussed" by the members in pri vate, the greater majority of those pres ent averring their disposition to stop their subscriptions to the Times and to use their influence in getting others to; it being thought best not to use auy official urging in the matter, but, to trust to our citizens' senße of what is right, feeling sure they would me thiß "double back action," as it were, an only course to pursue, as a conclusion was come to that the Times never had and probably never would be friendly to our interests. NOTES. The military boys were out, in their best bib acd tucker last evening at the impromptu dance given by them at Ar i mory hall, being one of tlie most enjoy j able affairs of the kind of this seaeon or | "this year" for that matter. It was participated in by the fashionable socie ty of our city, and in every way proved an enjoyable evening. Miss E. A. Wade has been spending the holidays with friends in Cucamonga and returned today. The Hekald reporter passed a delight ful lime among a party of young folks at a 5 o'clock tea at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clark, North Geary avenue. Mre. Clark, the fair hostess, was prevailed upon to favor the young people with several songs. Mrs. M. B. Wright waß a traveler to Lob Angelea on the eatly morning train. ANAHEIM. Death of Henry A. Boege—Geacral News Notes. Anaheim, Jan. 3 —Henry A. Boege, wbo wae injured in t. runaway accident here come three weeks ago, aB reported in the Herald at tbe time, and w)«o was reported as getting along very well, a few daya ago developed a fever which caueed him to sink very rapidly. Lock jaw also set in, and this morning early he breathed hie laet. Mr. Boege was one of tbe oldest and beet known citi zens of thia city, and was a member of Orpheua lodge, No 236,1. 00. F., and Magnolia council, No. 94, 0.C.F., under ; whoee auspices the funeral will be held ! tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. Mr. i Boege was 49 years old, and leaves a ! widow. Tbe Anaheim city band will hereafter give free open-air concerta at the corner of Center and Loa Angelea etreeta every Saturday evening. The boya have been making rapid progress in their playing, and can now bold their own with any organization oi the kind in thia part of the country. Tbe Bentz brothers are great huntera. One day they went hunting plover on the La Habra ranch, and eucceeded in bagging 187 birda between them, one brother getting 72 and the other 65. The weather has been real warm the past few daya, more like July than December weather. Today the ther mometer reached 70 to 75 degrees in the ehade, and many of our citizens were prespiring with their coata off. The first wedding in the new year waa that of Oliver Shumacher to Miss Carrie E. Annin of Fullerton. Tbe young couple will reeide in this vicinity. In the table of recently gathered rig urea of Southern California's orange, crop for thia season, by the Santa Fe An Knemy Baffled. There is an enemy with whom thousands are familiar all their lives, because ihey are born with a tendency to biliousness. With this enemy they are constantly battling with inef fectual weapons. Hostetter's Stomach Bitters will baffle, it. M. re purgatives will not reform a disordered condition ot the liver Indicated, not by constipation alone, but also by sick headaches, yellowness of the skin and eye balls, nam ca, fnrred tongue and uneasiness, more particularly npon pressure on the right Bide, upon and below the short ribs. Avoid drastic purgatives which gripe and weaken the intestines, snd substitute this world-famous anti bi tens cordial, which likewise removes malarial, stoma hie and kidney complaints, rheumatism and n-rvousneßS. As a laxative of the bowels, painle-.s but effectual, it im proves appttite, sleep and the ability to digest, snd cossesses the aditional advantage of a standard tonic. 500 canary birds and cages for Christmas presents, at No. 124 West Fourth street. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorli jompany, Anaheim is credited with 53 975 pounds, or 180 carloade. This places us as fifth in orange production in the state. Subscribers to tbe Hkrald are highly phased at the early delivery inaugurated Monday. They now get their papers in time for the breakfast table. mo city tiustre6 hold their regular weekly mealing this evening, when the electric light and tbe new well businees will be diecussed. Mr. C. T. Piatt arrivvd in town yester day with his steam well-boring outfit, and is setting it up at the city water works lot. REDONDO. The Maccabtes—Shipping Notes -Hotel Arrivals. Redondo Beach, Jan. 3. —The mem bers of Tent No. 7, Knights of Macca bees of Redondo, were assembled last night at Foresters' hall. About 80 mem bers and gtiests we«e present. The gathering was designated the Maccabees' stag social; great hilarity throughout the evening was kept up, over their coffee and clay pipes, inter spersed with songs, dances and recita tions. Mub'ic was furnished to the knights by the now famous Harmonica Glee club of this place. The roster of officers for Tent No. 7 now stands: A. G. Rees, knight commander; S. D. Bark ley, lieutenant commauo.er; O. T. Clut ter, record keeper; J. M. Hatcher, finance keener; B. F. Meets, chaplain ; M. D. Fisher, sergeant; C. R. Martin, master at arms; C. E. Veiiable, first, master guar's; O S. Gorham, second master guards; T. P. Shannon, picket. The consecration services of the new Episcopal church in Redondo will com mence at 11:15 a. m. tomorrow under the Right Rev. Bishop N.chcls of tbe California diocese, assisted by other members of tbe clergy. A great number of Episcopal people and their friends from the surrounding country have been invited to be present at the ceremony inaugurating this beau tiful little edifice of Christian worship, and a large audience is expected to be iv attendance. Mrs. Mary York of Redondo, who h.ts become somewhat largely interested in our community, by her real estate in vestments, leaves today on a visit to her daughter in Oakland, where she con templates making a stay of several weeks. Arrivals at the Redondo: Shutrick Norris. Sonoma; I. N. Sutton,Portland , Mrs. R M. Russell, Miss Bertie Rus sell, Paducah, Ky.; Mies Florence Hirechfield, Fort Worth ; Asa Doyle and wife, Redlands ; Mias Mabel Densmore, Alhambra; F. W. Densmore, Sioux City; J. N. Hart, Southington, Ct. Arrivals at the Ocean View house: Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Peace, Mrs. M. A. Tuley, Los Angelea; J. C. Lyons, Chi cago; H.J. Lynch, J. 8. Barber, San Francisco.' UNIVERSITY. The W. C. T. V. Give a Reception. Notes. University, Jan. 3 —The University W. C. T. U. gave a New Year's recep tion at Mrs. Cool's residence, on Wesley avenue and Jefferson street, on Monday. The parlors were tastefully decorated with peppere, smilax, calla lilies and roßes. The ladies of the union received their friends to the number of 150, serving coffee and cak9 to eacb, and adorning each with a white ribbon. Not forgetful of the end in view, the ladies had a table of temperance and suffrage literature at hand, which was distributed to those who cared for such reading, ro that with their memory cf a pleaeant hour, they might carry away with them something to set them right on those vital questions of the day. A general good time was enjoyed, which will not Boon be forgotten by those pres ent. The second term of the university be gins this (Wednesday) morning. The Foresters elected officers on Mon day night. F. B. Herbert was selected as chief ranger; E. E. Amick, vice C. R.; E. Butterworth, recordiug secre tary ; John Morris, financial secretary ; Mr' Mathews, treasurer. Chipf Ranger Harbert will give bia brother Foresters a reception in the near future. SANTA ANA. News Notes from Orange County's Capital. Santa Ana, Jsn. 3. —The Bun shone out warm and bright all day yesterday, and while it. is just the kind of weather orange growers desire, it is not what tbe grain men want, for a good rain is needed. Joseph M. Marco of Los Angeles waß yesterday licensed to wed Frances Mar co of this city. A carload of celery was shipped from this city to Kansas City yesterday. The semi-annual examination of ap plicants for teachers'certificates is being held in Congregational hall. W. Martin has gone to Ventura on a visit. James Irvine of San Francisco, the Neuralgic Headaches promptly cureu by Bromn-.-elizer—loc a bottle. Unlike the Dutch Process gfc No Alkalies Other Chemicals are used in tlie preparation of $paK~ W. BAKEII & CO.'S I . IreakktCocoa i A ill <» absolutely lit I I! pure n»d soluble. fijW ' f i Ithasmoretft/miftreeffmes E,jj| 1 , j llfAe htrenytli of Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot or "^-■•"■SHJ^ - Situ r :ir, Mtid is lm' inure eco nomical, costing less than one cent a cup. It is delicious, nourishing, and easily DIGESTED. Sold by <jrm-ers ererywhers. W, BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass. STOCKHOLDERS' NOTICE. THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING OF the stockholders of the Centinela Ingle wood Land compa-v will be h Id at the office of the company, room 1 Freeman block, on the northwest corner of South fcprlng and sixth streets, en T' esday, the 3d day of J- nuary, 1893 at 2 o'clock p. m., for tho purpose of electing a board of directors for the ensuing year, and for the transaction of such o.hei business as may properly come before such meeting. 8. P RE ICS. Secretary Centinela Inglewood Land Co. Los Angeles, December 19. 18:12. Mon-Tues-Weds 1219 2w STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. THE REGULAR ANNUAL MESTINIi OF the stockholders of tbe Redondo Beach Company will be held at the company's gen eral offices in the city of Redondo Beach, Los Angeles county, California, on Tuoidav, the :id day of January, 189 at 10 o'clock a.m.. for the purpose of electing a board of directors foT the ensuing year, and for the transaction ol such other business as may properly come be fore such meeting, 8. P. REKs, Secretary Redondo Beach Company. Redondo Beach, Csl., December IS, 189 it. 12-14 we fr at9t owner of the San Joaquin ranch near this city, is down and will remain for some time. The young man is one of the largest land holders in the state. Cyrus Hopkins and family cf Oregon are iv town ou a visit. 2tS The divorce case of Zarate vs. Zarate has been settled, the plaintiff getting the decree prayed Lamb di vorce case comes up on January 16th. County Clerk Beock is running the clerk's office with one lesß deputy than he can get along with pending the de cision in the cae,e regarding deputies. All the newly elected officers are in charge of their respective offices, and the county business is being well at tended to. George K. Foster has gone to Red laodi. A very enjoyable leap year ; arty was given at Hill's hall, lastnigbt. Nineteen couples were present, and the evening was delightfully passed. The board of supervisors met in regu lar session yesterday, all the members being present, with Supervisor Yock in the chair. But little bueiress of im portance waa transacted at yesterday's seesion. Col. E. E. Edwards appear*d before tho board and asked itietn to pur chase the Tustin bote 1 property for a county hospital for $11 00. Tbe matter was laid upon the table. Supervisor Yock reported that work on tbe dyke being built ou tho Santa Apa river near Yor'oa waß progressing favorably. The remainder cf the seesion will ba used in allowing the usual number of monthly claims agniust the county. A meeting of the Ladies' Aid and Building society of the Congregational church will be bald in Congregational hall tod w at 3 p. m. THE BEST COUCH-CURE and anodyne expectorant, AVER'S Cherry Pectoral soothes the inflamed membrane and induces sleep. Prompt to Act sure to cure. WHERE IS IT? You can not stop the passing years. You eat* look young. Looking young, you iecl young. M.s. Nellie Harrison's busine<s is to aid you by making articles guaranteed to bring beauty to faces wrinkled, pimply, rough, free.led au<l old MKS. B LAWnENCK, hair dresser and manicure, 353 South Spring street, Los An geles, sells thecs. ——-"————— pretents Wrinkles, Aging, Drj - - MONTEZ ' ng ' Wi,,l( ' ri »S " f ,iie Sin ' CREM£ PmWM the Completion. _____________ 75c i'or Pot. Ladies wbo wear sal *^SS-=_. low, sunken complex _^a»f3__3}x ions wbo anr.oy them- Xy^%_sSPgiir& selv s an.l friends < ifi M^SS^S'^F pimples, rough, hairy / Sl faces do not know that <?*«*__s;* *» \ thousands ef ladies owe £»3frv3 CJ their beauty to MRS *a H AKillS N'B toilet artt- U9 J cles. whet they enjoy fCT"^ Kvery Articfe f^Si Scientifically made ■> on honor. Abs. lute- ..Ta, -X, ly pure. Perfectly y^<*WV"<*-tt> rVw* harmless. Remem- S (URit. rUrtff*'*"*,. 5 ber the place, 353 Sonth Spring etreet, I.os Angeles. MRS. S. LAWRENCE. . % | ~. """^^^^^ Our new catalogue, giving full description, with directions for lunnsng. pricest sizes, weights, shipping rules, etc , sent free to any address.. Santa Ana Incubator Co., SANTA ANA, Cal. TtiK ALAMEDA HYDROPATHIC AND BTGENIC SANITARIUM This snp'-rb private winter establishment is now open for the reception of invalids and cure of rheumatism (* specialty), malaria, kidney spinal and skin diseases, catarrh, liver aud chest, consumption, and all chronic diseases For terms apnly to PROFKBSOR J. HKKBERT REKVH, 619 Santa Clara avenue, Alameda. , 12-15 lm wagW~material, HARD WOODS, IRON, STEEL. Horseshoes and Nails, Blacksmith's Coal, Tools, Etc JOHN WIGMORE, 117, 119 and 121 South Los Angeles Street 1836. TID Pfi!II»lQ OPTHALMIC OPTICIAN, l-A. /iI.L '.O With the Los Angoles Optical Institute, 125 bonth Epring street, Los Angeles Eyes examined f rea Artificial eyes inserted. Lenses ground to order on premises. Occnlists' prescriptions correctly filled. 6-8 6m STOCKHOLDERS' MKKTING. rpHE REGULAR ANNU \L MEETING OF _L the stock holders of the Redondo Railway company will b i held at the company's general offices in the city of Bedondo Beach, Los Au geles county, California, on Monday, the 9lh day of Jaunarj, 1893, at 10 o'clock a.m., for the purpose of elec tug a board of directors for the ensuing year ana for the transaction ol sm h other busiu. ss as may properly come be fore such soeeting. S P. REEB, Secretary R< dondo Railway Comparry Redondo fceach, Cal., December 13lb, 1892. A 12 18 121 Stockholders' Meeting. THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE BTOCK holriers of the GriftHh tires' Co. wi 1 bu held nt lint office of the company, No. 934 North Alameda s reel, Lo-, Angoies, ou Mou day. the 16 h d-y of January, 1893, at ihe hour of 11 o'olocz a. ra., for ihe put pose of electing a bard of directors to serve during the tusuiog year, and the lrau<ac>iou of such other I business as may come b-fore the meeting. T. E M H <L*.-ecretary i Los Augeles, Cal., Januaiy 2,1893. 1 1 141 Cures Consumption, Contrha, Croup, Sore Throat. Soli by all L'TOggists on a Guarantee. For a Lams Side, Back or Chest Shiioh's Porous Plaster will give great satisfaction. —25 cents. SHILOH'3 VITALIZER. Mrs. T. S. Hawking, Cbattanoori, Term., says£ "SWioh's Vitalize)-WAVED MY LTFE> 1 amstder it the best remedy for a deMHtetcd sifstettl 1 ever iisrd." For Dyspepsia, Uy-cr or Kidney trouble, it oioels. Price iScia. C HI LO H'S/CCATA RRH tliivo you Catarrh 1 Try this Remedy. ] twill positively relieve and Cure you. Price Wets. This Injector for its successful treatment is furnished free. Remember, Shiioh's Remedies are sold on a guarantee to give satisfaction. Sold wholesale by HAAS, BAKUCH & CO., aud ict til by druggists. 12 14ly JUSTI6E MEAT MARKET THE BEST MEATS at Ihe lowest prices in the city. For the benefit of ihe p-o le ol Los Angeles. No combination. The proprietor of this market keeps only in spected meals stamped by the inspector, so he can be relied on as having pure snd beaithy meats. The finest meats of all vaileties can be teen at my place. -teaks, per pound 8c to 10c Koast beef, per pound 8c to 10c Boiling beef, per pound... 5e to 7c ' forced beef, per poun t . Cc Leg of muttou, per pound 9c Mi.tion chops, per pound 9c Mutton slew, per pound 5c l.amb chops, per p.mud 10c Veal cutlets, pit pound 12% c Roa t veal, per pound 10c Koast pork, per pound . 10c Pork chops, pet pound VVMs Salt pork sugar cured, p, r pound* 10c Special rates to hotels, boarding-houses Mid rests m an's. Be sure aud jet youi healthy and cheep meats at the JUSTICE MEAT MARKET, Los Angeles and First Sts. Te1.703. 12-14 lm FELIX LiVY, Prop. NOTICE OF" SALE OF BONDS. PURSUANT TO A RESOLUTION OF THE board of directors of Modesto Irrigation district, duly given and m ide on tho iftth day of December, 1592, n ticc is hereby given that said board of directors will sell to the Int.hot and beat bidder the bonds ol said irrigation district to Ihe amonnt of one hundred and f rty thousand dollars (#140,000), beari gintere.l at the rate 010 per cent pei annum, payable semi-annually, on the Ist day of January end July oi each year, or> the presentation ot the interest coupons at the office ol the treasurer of said district. bonds are issued by the board of direct orsof Modesto Irrigation district, in ace irdance with nnd by the authoiity oi an act of the leg ishitiiie of the state of California, entitled "An atr ;o provide for the organi ration aud govern ment of irrl.utlon districts, and* 10 provide for the acqulsitien of water and other property, and for the distributiou of w&lei thereby for irriga ion purposes," app.oved March 7, 18«7. Bald bonds will be solo for cash and for not less than 90 per centum of the face value thereof Sealed proposals und b!ds for (he purchase of ss.iil bona, will bi> received by the said board oi directors at their office iv the city oi Mode. to, county of S*anialans, state of California, and may U* aiMrdawU to vi left with 0.8 Ab bott, li; ; u.eiary of -nld h--.-- :, .it Modesto, Cat, at any tluieeftei Uie daiu of this notice and until 2:110 o'clock p. m. ou the 21st day of January, A. fl ISOS.at ithtoli Unig i.nd place the .-aid sine, wi.'l be ifcHde. Said bono a will be oacii of lue dciiousinu.ton of $500,aud will bo neeotl Mcm form anil will conform in ml te-pe,-is to IJ. -;■ ..nttemeuts oi said act. Tee bo.t il«..(.ii.colors retciv .- the light to re ject any or all bids. Kids must seated and addri sa« 1! I" i'<osec reiary tif Raid Inard; and liiuorst-d: "Proposal! for.Miultsto Irrigation District Bnnda." Done t,y order < i tbe board. I directors of Mo desto irrigation distril, December 15. 1892 FttANK A. CRL..3V, President. CI. B. Abuott, secretary. 12 24 25t NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE. BBMHJK BDRNs, PLAINT!'F, V-'. K. O. Oeorire aud John acuity, defendants. SherifTs sale. So 13,424. Order of sale and decree of foreclosure and sale. Under and by virtue of an order of sale and do ree of foreolosute and sile, issued out of the Superior Court ot rtte county ol Los Angeles, of the State of California, on the iOih duv of De cember. A.D. 1892, In the above'entitled nctiou, wherein Bessie Burns, the above named plaintiff, obtained a judgment and de creeof Coreclesure and -ale agtilust X 'j. Oeorge et ai.. defendants, on ihe J4th day of lie oembc, .'. D. lb9J, for tie si m of fifteen hundred flltj-elgbt awl 33 iOo dollars, g Id coin, of tbe "J-iUu Slates, which said decree was, on the 14th day of Dr-cembsr, A. D. 1892, recorded in judg' mentbook 41 of said court, at page 1, lam commanded to sell al) that certain lot. piece or parcel of land, situate, lying and being iv the city ol t-abademt, county ol Los Angeles, state ot California, and bounded and described as follows: loi. numbered twenty-two (22) of the (?a - hr.i'th & Thomas tr .ct, accordlrg to a map of said tract, of record in the offlce of ihe re corder of Lot Augeles county, Calitornia. in bonk of Miscellaneousßecords li.at page 76. Public notice is hereby given, that on Satur day, the 14th day of J..iiu»ry, A.D, 18y3,at12 o'clock m. of that day, in front of the court house door of the county of Los Angeles, Broadway entrance, I will, in obedience to said order of sale and decree of foreclosure and sale sell the above described property, or so much thereof as may be neces sary to satisfy said judt ment, with Interest and costs, etc., to tho highest and best bidder, for cash, gold c iin. Dated this 20th day of December, 1892 E. D. GIBSON, Sheriff of Los Angeles County. By F. C. Hannun, Deputy Sheriff. W. S. Wright, attorn, y tor ptainiiff. 12-21-weds 4t SUMMONS. NO. 18,615—1N THE SUPERIOR COURT of the t tale of California, in and for the county of Ix>s Angeles. Mrs. Margret Ke rucy, a widow, pUlntlff, vs. P. S. McCarty, defendant Actiou brought in the superior court of the state of California, in aud .or the county of Los Angeles, and the complaint Died in said coun ty of Lo Angeles, ia the office of the clerk of tat'i supetlor'court. The people of tbe slate of California send greeting to P. s. Mccarty, defendant: You are hereby required to appear in an ac tion brought agaiust you by tbe above-named piafntiffin me sup-rior court of the state of California, iv and for Los Angeles county, and to answer tne complaint filed therein within ten days (exclusivu of the day of service) after the service on you of this summons, if served within this couuty; or, If served elsewheie, wishiu thiity (Jays, or judgment by default will b i taken against you according to the prayer of saidcomplaint. Ihe said action is brought to determine a claim made by said defeudant, adversely lo plaintiff in and to that certain lot of land in the couuty of Los AngeLs and state of Califor nia, known as lot nine (9) iv block "C" of the Desnoyers tract, according to a map of said tract rccoided in book 3, pageo2.of miscella neons records of said Los Angeles county; to compel the sai 1 defendant to produce his title, if any be has, to said premises, and that the same, and tbe pretendt d claim, right, title, In tel est and estate of said defendant iv and to s»id premises, and every parr, thereof, may be adjudged and decreed to be invalid and void; that i- esatd defendant may oe baireu of and from all light, tit c, lot rest and estate in and to the said premise and every part thereof: that the said plaintiff's title may be artju ged ami decre d to be a good and valid one as against the said defeidant aid all persons claiming under the said defendant and each of them, »nd for such other snd further relief as shall b- just and equitable, as the nature of the case ma- require and for costs of suit. Refer once is had to complaint for particulars. And you are hereby notified that if you fail to ap ear aud answer tuesaid complaint as above requbed the said plaintiff will cau»e your de fault lo be entered aud will apply to the court for the relisf demanded in the said complaint. Given under my hand and tbe seal of the su perior court of the slate of California, iv and lor the county of I os Ange es, this 9tn day of November, ii. tbey.ar cf our lord one thou sand eight hundred and ninety-two. [Seal ot the luperior court et L. A county.] T. H. WARD, Clerk. By A. W. Ba*vsit, Deputy Clerk. Bdgab E. Lefhbvbb, attorney for plaintiff. 1116 wed lOt PETITION. T O Ji^ B ? , 'i». RAB1 '* I,OARD OF SUPER- We, the undersigned, (mboMHl «ithin tho poposed .rrlfttttlm. d strict, hereinafter de hono'rabi r e bo.; : UUy P '"' lo ' l ° Ud thow to • fVit'ea"d"'""^"--"*« m .° J " ri .!%.f'L t !'. c hol<J e™ arles of the proposed ItrlfftUoa district! herein" -..lter paitkuMrly described Heoot.d—iistlln hm a contained and em braced wnhin the boundaries of tl c ta d pro posed ir'igatiou di-ttict, heieinsf'er deseiioed ,re Miseepitble of onumodo of lirlaatlea from r mmou sour.-c and by the tame system of in. d-That it Is the desire of the under algn.d, as mr in expreised, to provide for the Irri.ntlon of the i«me, and for that pnrpi se we propose the organization of an irrigation district. Ann jour petitioners further represent that they desne to provide for the irrigation of all tbe lands t inbracvd within the boundaries of ihe said irrigation district, her'-inafter particu larly dttscrlb d. under the provls ons of an act f the legislature of thtß state, a pr red March 7, 1887, entitled "A» act to provtdu for ihe or g. -n /-tion and government of irrigation dis til is, and to provide for the acquisition of •rat r and other property, and for the < istribu tton of water thereby lor irrigation purposes!" and the several tcts amendttory thereof and supplemental thereto. Fourth—And your petitioners pro vtr at the said Irrigation distiict, heroinafti r Lartic larly di s rib rj, may be organized nndir tho provis ions i f said act, and may be known as the Ac ton Irrigation district. F fth And your petitioners would respect fully cquost that said proposed di ti let be di vided into three divisions, as near.y equal as possibl ; arid Hint your hOnon»ble board may 0 der three directors tor said irrig itl .n district, and hit they may he elected by tbe district at large. s.xih—And your petitionees would further snow in the description ot said dibit let, bcicin afte' set forth, the following abb'eviat'ens, to wit: The letter for north: the letter "B" for east; tec letter "W ' for west, au<' the letter "s" for south the letter •T" for township; the letter "it" for range, snd the letter "a" for sec tion. And your petitioners further represent that the lands which the undersigned desire to have included in the prrpostd di trict. and to pro vide lor tbe irrigation of tlie same as above mentioned, are wholly situated in the county of Los angelea, stale ot California, and art par ticularly <ii scribed as follows, to \vi : Beginning at the qumler s. ctio.i corner on the south Hue o> s.cuon 32, T. 5 N., R. 12 W., the following eouis. s snd distances: First— N. 1(1 deg X 887 feet; Ihence N 33 deg. K. 198 feet; thence N. 80 d, g K. -.00 feel; thtneo N. 83 deg 30 mm E. 11l feet; thence N. 32 dig. 3l)min X. 104 feel; fence N 0 deg. 30 mm. K. 337 feet; thence N. 21 deg. 15 mm. W. ftOS feet; thence N. 51 deg 15 mm. W. 340 feet; thence N. 70 deg 15 mm. K. 3( 0 feet; thence N 79 deg 15 roln. E. 323 feet; thence N. 83 dec. 45 mm. E. 180 feet; thei cc s -8 deg. 30 mm. tOB bet; thence K. 301 feet. •< nee N. 89 deg. X 509 feet; thence s. S3 de, :!0 mm. E. 549 feet; thence I*. 35 de<. v. O JS feet; theme N. 32 deg 45 mm. K. 356 feet; thence N. 52 deg 15 mm. E. 230 <eet; thence N. 23 d g X 488 feet; thence N. 4 deg. 15 m'n. W. S7O feet; thence N. 2 dig 30 mm. W. 1820 Let; thenco N, 24 deg. 45 mm. W. 679 feel; ibence N. 82 deg. 30 nun. W. 482 feet; thtnee nonh 88 deg 45 mm. w. 554 feet; thence N. 80 deg W. 402 feet: thence N. 86 derf. 15 mm. W. 266 feet; th> nee N. 71 deg. 15 n in. W. 459 feet; Ihence N 07 deg. 15 mm. W. 406 feet thenco N. 18 deg SO mm W. 265 feet; thence N. 87 de*. 15 mm. W. 2171 feet; Ih ccc 8.10 deg 30 mm W. 202 feet: thence 8. 56 deg 15 mm. VV. 136 feet; Ihence 8. 73 deg. 30 mm. W. 167 feet; thence 8. 61 deg. 30 mm. W. 930 feet; thei cc 8. 25 deg. W. 1015 feet; Ihence 8 37 di g. 15 mill W. 542 feet: Deer 8. 88 deg. 45 mm. W. 375 feet; thence 8. 68 deg. 80 nun; W. 683 feet; tnerce 8 59 deg. 45 miv. W. 643 tcet; Ihence N 81 di g. W. 650 feet; thence N. "0 dec. W 821 fee': I nonce N. 27 d-g. 30 mm W 1657 fe t to ihe IL c di viding T. 5 S., K. 12 W„ and T. 5 N., K. 13 W., crossing said township line, which is also the dividing line between sec 30 T. 5 N , II IS W., and sec 25. T 5 N . R. 13 W., st a p. iut 594 feet N. of the common come ' of sets. 3d and 31 of T. 5 N , H 19 W., and tecs. 25 and 3(1. T. 5 N., U. 13 W ; thence N. 27 deg. 30 mm. W. 56 feet; thenceN. 8m g 45 mm. W. 1411 feet; thi nee N. 52 d g 15 mm W. 1841 feet; thence N. 76 de ', 30 mm. W. 3669 fe. t; ,hence N 90 deg. W. 3762 ice ; tbenc* N. 90 dig. W. 1518 1i t: thence 8 29 deg. r. 1960 feet ihence 8. 29 deg. 15 mm. r . 5330 feet, thence 8. 6 deg. 30 miv. K. 2750 tcet to the line dividing T. 4 N., R. .3 W., and T. 5 N. K. 13 W , crossingsaid towusbip line, which is alto tne divining line between a- c. 35, T SN. R 13 W., and tec. 2, T. 4 M. H 13 W. at a point 1451 teetwestof tbe c mmou corner of sees. 35 aud 36. T. 5 N., «. 13 W ,and sees. lai d 2 T 4 N., K. 13 W.; then-e S. 6 deg. 30 mm, E. 1342 feet; tbenoe X 2842 tcet: ihence N 83 deg. Jr. 1672 leet; thence N. 57 deg. B. 500 feet; ihen c N 63 d. g. V. IU 9 feet; therce N. 69 deg It. 050 feet: th nee N. 78 deg. K. 44 feet to the line i lvidlng TIN, X, 12 W., and IMS., R 13 W„ cross ing saia tow. ship line, which is also the divid ing lin- between sec. 6, T. 4 N., R 12 W , and so I T 4N„ R. 13 W.,at a point 90 feet south of: he common coiner o tnwuthlp 4 N., R, 12 W., and T 4 N , R 13 W.. and lowuships 5 N., R. 12 W , and 5N..R, 13 W.i thence N. 78 deg. K. 385 feet to the line dividing townships 4 N., R 12 W.,and 5 >-'.. R 13 W, ciO'Siug said tt.w ship line which is also the line between so. .6 T. 4 N., R. 12 W., and sec 31, T. 5 N , R. 12 W.. at a point 363 feel X of ihe common con ci or township 4 N., R 12 W., T ft N., R. 12 W . sndT.l N..R.13 w.,T. 5N ,R 13W ; thence N 78 deg. E. 203 feet: thence 8 3' d. g. PO n,l',E 50 feet to the Hue dividing townships 1 N , R. 12 W , and 5 N , R. 12 \V., i rotting said township line, which is also tbe Hi elctvreen sec 6, T. 1 N., R. 12 W., and »cc. 31 T 5 N„ R. 12 W ,ala p. iut 605 fi er, E ol ihe common ci.rner of j. IN K. 12 W., and TIN, k. 13 W , aud T. 5 N., R 18 W..and T 5 N , R 13 W.: then e8.31 di g 30 mm E. 13( 0 feet; Ihence N. 81 deg. E. 625 teet; thence 3 67 deg. E. 322 feel : thence 8 36 deg 30 mm tt. 800 feet; thenc?N 75 deg 45 miv B. 2700 fett to the h, ction lino between se 8 5 and 6, T 4 N., R. 12 W; thence N. ou last mention, d section line 1060 feet to the comtn'-n corner of si cs. 5 and 6 T 4 H.. R 12 W., ai d sees. 31 and 32. T. 5 N., R. 12 W.; thence N. on section 1 ne be tween seos. 31 and 32 T. 5 N., R 12 W., 1630 feet; ihenee.B l*dg E 167' feet thence B. on line between T 4 N.. R 12 W., and T 6 N., R li W. 863 feet to the point of beginning. Allot the above described lund being in the following townships, viz.: T. 4 N., H. 12 W.: T 4 N., R. 13 W.; T. 5 N. R, 12 W.; T. 5 N., R. 13W..8. B. M. s The ab ye descrloed proposed district con taining three tt ousand t w j undred and sixty one and 8-100 acres, more or ltss Your petitioners otter herewith a good and sufficient bond which they pray may be approved by your honorable board, which bond is iv double the amount of ihe probable tostof organiziug such district, and conditional that Ihe bondsmen will pay said cost in case said organization shall not be affected. And yonr petitioners will ever pray. NAM I 8 OF PHTITfONEHH. Richard E. Nb kel, C C. Belknap. E. ■-. Belkn.p, 8. Hamman, George Belknap, H. A. Bond. 3. W Hinckley, R. v. P. Widner, Emm* H. (ireenword, Isabella J . Johnson, Gust v Kinegei, C. W. i elknap, A Bartlett, Gso. Schleguer, Olimpto Nijzlo, II Kenkeu, F. Merkel, Fmily Belknap, Frank F, Truscolt, W V. Bowles, A. E. McConuell, F, E. Ow> ns. P B Chase, N. M. Mo rose, W H.Sutton, J. A. Wildreth, kd Brotigh, F. A. Belknap. F. MerU, TO ALL WHOM IT MAY (ONCEKN: Notice Is heroly given that tbe foregoing petition will be presented to the Boaid of Supervisors of Los Augeles county, at their regular meeting to he held on Thursday, the 2" day of February, 1893, and all perrons Inter ested ire hereby notified to be present and ap nea.- befoio a d Board of Bnpui visors on said day, at their rooms in the court house, at the coiner of New H gh and Temple streets, 1n ihe city of I.os Ai geies, county of Los Angeles, stat • of California. Dated this 3d day of January, 1893. D. P. HATCH, 1-4 lit Attorney fur said District. Dividend Notice. DIVIDEND NO. 17 OF THE LOS ANGFLBS ravines Bank, for the tlx months ending December 31, 1892. Is now due and payable as follows: 'n term deposits at the rate of five (51 per cent per annum, and on ordinary de posits at the rate of three (3) per cent per annum. W. M. CASWELL, 11 7t Cashier. Stockholders' Meeting:. 1-\RH ANNUAL MEFTING OF THE STOCK- ' holders oi the J. M Griffith Company w'll be beid at the ofce of ihe company, 931 North Alameda street, Los Angeles, on v outlay, tho 10th day of January, 1893 at the hour of 10 o'clock a m , for the purpose of electing a board of directors to serve during the ensuing year and tbe transaction of nuch other business as may come before the mcc Ing T, M. NICHOLS, Secretary. I.os Angeles, Cal, January 2,1893. 1-1 lit BOND INTEREST NOTICE. NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THB interest coupons on bonds of the Pas adena & Mt. * j,., t, railway, maturing January 1, 1893, on all bonds issued to date, will be paid on presentation to the Lis Angeles Safe Deposit and Trust company, 313 South Spring street, Los Angeles, j Cal. T. W. BrothkbtoN, Treasurer.