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FOR THE CHILDREN.
A Beautiful Building That Will Be a
World's Fair Feature.
The Children's building at the Colum-
Man exposition and the attached creche,
aa it is called, will be places of great
interest as well as of much value to
soothers. Although the pi an is borrowed
from France, it is to be hoped that the
experience of the good ladies will be
very different. During the Paris ex
position of 1889 mothers took their in
fants to the creche and left them in care
mt trained nurses while they wandered
about the grounds, and when the ex
position closed the appalling fact was
published that about 3,000 infants had
been abandoned and left to the mercies
•f the creche.
THB CHILDREN'S BUILDING,
a. HJ i ;i„ —..1..,..
Foundlings are happily not so abun
dant in Chicago as in Paris, but if there
should be any they will take the usual
course to the city charities. The creche
at Chicago, however, will be only a
minor adjunct to the Children's build
ing, in which all kinds of games will be
In progress. Expert kindergartners will
deliver ' lectures on foreign countries,
illustrating with stereopticon, and then
the children will be taken in classes to
the section of the grounds where the for
eign country is represented. In the
nursery all the latest improvements in
dressing, feeding and generally caring
for children will be practiced, and there
mothers may learn much that is valua
ble.
George Cary, a Buffalo architect,
drew the plans for the building, which
is an adaptation of the palace of Fran
cis I, in Paris, and the entire structure
is 90 by 150 feet. The general form is a
long rectangle, with a projecting wing
at each end, these wings inclosing a
wide open court before the main en
trance. The great object was to secure
abundance of light and air for each
room. The main structure is but one
story high and the wings but two, and
on top of the former is to be a broad and
airy roof garden, well secured, on which
the children can disport themselves in
safety. There will be receiving, dress
ing, bathing and dining rooms and
everything to make life pleasant for the
little ones. There will also be a phys
ical training section and many other
features borrowed from the most suc
cessful institutions in Europe and Amer
ica.
A Glimpse of Old London.
Mr, H. C. Richards lectured in the
English metropolis the other evening on
"London's 1,500 Yen: ,'' and among other
things said: "If you see, as you occasion
ally may, a little party wandering about
curiously poking and prying into old
corners armed with Baedeker or Hare,
wanting to get into closed churches (a
standing shame) and asking where are
ancient monuments which had been
swept away by greed aud avarice, they
are suro to be American, not English.
Londoners were hopelessly ignorant of
the streets in which they spent the best
portion of their busy lives.
"How few whoever stood or soughtad
mission to the private doorway of the
Mansion house pictured or thought of
the scene of 1,500 years ago—the deep
and winding valley coming down from
Bread Btreet, clad with villa gardens,
and the little colony of Roman rulers
and traders overshadowed and protected
by the green bastion of a Roman fort.
The north wall and ditch extended east
ward for nearly half a mile, and a great
er opening lay to the west for Watling
street, another to the north for Erruyn
street, and a straight road passed the
market place in Eastcheap and went
down to London bridge. If the Roman"
could but return today they would hard
ly recognize their old lake fort, the city
ef 400 acres, and, with the exception of
Fleet valley, the ancient undulations at <>
scarcely to be traced of the old city."
Columbus for Colnmbns.
The critics are having a deal of fan
ent of the various Columbus statues
and portraits re
cently produced
i» such numbers.
Possibly they do
■ot consider the
difficulty in rep
resenting Colum
lsns. Ko one
seems certain aa
te hia real por
trait, and there ia
still more doubt
as to whether he
should be repre
sented as a peace
ful explorer, a
soldier, a ruler of
men or a dream
ing enthusiast. :
The artist who
prepared the stat- j
ue for Colum- <
bus, 0., decided
to depict him in the columbus statue.
a mood of profound contemplation.
Alphons Pelzer, the sculptor charged
with the execution of this work, is ap
parently a new man in American art,
and his presentation of Columbus pos
sesses the primary virtues of simplicity
and clearness of conception. It repre
sents Columbus the thinker—Columbus
at the time when he was planning his
great expedition and when there was
still great donbt in his mind as to its suc
cess. In one hand the figure holds a
globe and in the other a pair of com
passes. The cross on the pedestal is an
emblem easily understood, and a dove
has been added to give an air of light
ness and grace as well as to typify peace.
The statue is to be executed in bronte,
and will be a raosr appropriate figure in
the capital of Ohio, a city named for the
great discoverer.
It ia said that Mme. Camot, the French
president's wife, enjoys a cigarette regu
larly after her meals. She only smokes a
wild, sweet scented tobacco.
Bmeklea'e Amies Salve
The best salve In the world for cuts, braises,
sores, nloers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter,
chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin
eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay
K aired. It is guaranteed to give perfect sat
iction, or money refnnded. Price, 25 cents
per box. For sale by O. F. Heinzeman.
California Vinegar Works,
OH Banning street, opposite soap factory,
■car Alameda and First streets, one-half block
tram eleetrlo lght works.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 5, 1893.
In a Peck ff~\
of trouble—the woman who washes with- )> >n /
out Pearline. Her work is never clone, I *nJ
and it's never done well. With Pearl- V— \>^\.
me she can do twice as much, f\S
and have it done better. I f\\ ( (v \
There is little work, less // J \ \ \
wear, never the least harm. / / w\ \j; \% |\/|
Try Pearline, and see it /1 yf" ' *|"h I
go for dirt; when you see Af U I ! fcl 1-7
dirt—go for Pearline. / I U 11/ W
Beware < fe-> "Ucy
Peddlers and some unscrupulous grocers will tell you, " this is as good as" or " the
same as Pearline." IT'S FALSE —Pearline is never peddled, if your grocer sends you
an imitation, be honest— send it back. -95 JAMES PYLE. New York.
.V Parisian Writer.
The woman's movement ia lnakinK great
strides iv modern France, notwithstanding
that a great deal of ridicule is cast upon
It. Mme. ( ,'lieliga-Loevy, although not a
Frenchwoman by birth, started the pres
ent movement, and she works unceasingly
to ameliorate the lot of her poor sisters
under the existing laws and regulations.
She is the president of the International
Union of Women, which has its headquar
ters in Paris. She lives with her husband,
who is an artist, in a flat in the old quartet
of Paris.
The only daughter of a wealthy Polish
nobleman, she learned when a child to
speak and wriie French fluently. At the
age of sixteen she wrote and published her
first novel. About ten years ago she set
tled in Paris, and while there met aud
married her husband, who shares all her
ideas, moral, political and social. It was |
not until after the congress in 1889 that j
Mme. Cheliga-Loevy made up her mind to i
found the Union Universelle dcs Femmes,
which won the approval of Simon and
Renan. In connection with this associa
tion she started The Bulletin dcs Femmes,
a tiny magazine devoted to all that con
cerns women's work.
She acts as correspondent of a number ol
foreign periodicals and has at times lec
tured. She claims absolute equality with
men, neither more nor less, and is by con
viction a socialist. Her mode of life makes
it almost impossible for her to go much
into society, but she is to be met occasion
ally in literary and political circles.—Chi
cago Post.
The College Athlete.
It is a debatable question whether it is
wholesome for a college youth to win the
amount of attention and applause that
falls to the lot of a successful athlete, see- !
ing that he must, soon leave college and be
gin professional or business life at the bot
tom of the ladder, where for a time at
least obscurity will take the place of fame.
No doubt itisa great "slump." But there
are several things to be considered before
deciding that such an experience is un
wholesome.
All, or a great deal, depends on what
sort of a youth he is. If his head is so soft
that the smiles and hau l clapping of pret
ty girls who watch the finish of v boat race
or the wind up of a fco" ban game can turn
that head; if st ir eonce.U is so large a share
of hisnaturui makeup that he cannot be
carried on the shoulders of his c lassmates I
without thinking himself entitled by di
vine right to ride on other men's shouWers
all the way through life, then very likely
athletic eminence will spoil hi in; but it
may be that it does not much matter, since
he would lie sure to bespOUVxl ;,ioneway
or another, there being so little of him to
spoil, aud that little such poor Muff.
Otherwise it is fair to reason that in this,
as in so many i,t her things, a college is but
a miniature world, ant, lie is best fitted for
the world who bus best tested it before
hand.—Boston Advertiser.
In Tornadoes.
Those living in portions of our country
exposed to tornadoes will be glad to know
that scientists tell us there is always warn
ing of the approach of v t/\rnado to those
that are observant.' Clouds maybe seen
hurrying together in the southwest and
west, a low dull roar of the wind in those
clouds may be perceived, while tjiere is a
great stillness and sultry heat in the air,
all of which signs are sufficient to bid peo
ple look for safety.
This safety they will never find in any
easterly direction. One who faces the cloud
as it comes should seek safety to the right.
The only absolute safety, however, is to be
found underground, iv the cellar of the
house, if it is a wooden house, as the storm
will whirl off the beams and boards of the
structure; but if it is a brick or stone house
the shattered walls will only tumble in;
the brick or stone house, moreover, will fall
sooner than the wooden one, which yields
and gives.
In the tornado countries, especially in the
more open portions, there should be an un
derground place provided for refuge, with
its roof arched and strengthened by mason
ry and beams, so that it cannot be broken
in by anything falling upon it.—Harper's
Bazar.
A Mechanical Patti.
There is only one Patti, and the question
is will there ever be another? A band of
speculators say, "Yes —but not a living
one." They are going to construct a dead
Patti that can sing as well as the living
artist. It is to be a life sized wax doll,
which, by means of clockwork machinery,
is to be rendered capable of walking on to
a platform, remaining I here for a stated
period, making certain graceful gesticula
tions, retiring, reappearing again and
courtesying, and finally withdrawing with
a pleased smile.
Inside the mechanical Patti will be a
powerful phonograph, the "records" for
which have already been prepared. The
speculators have sent men armed with re
cording phonographs to all the great con
certs at which Mme. Patti has lately
sung, and they declare that they can now
command the real Patti's voiue.—Ex
change.
His Brother's Pudding.
A man who did not keep in mind that in
boyhood he ate his food with a better sauce
than any cook ever invented was in the
habit—a habit said to be common—of mak
ing his wife uncomfortable by a too fre
quent reference to his mother's wonderful
culinary skill.
Once, however, he was put to silence for
a few days at least.
"John," said his wife, "I wish you would
tell me just how your mother made her
plum pudding. Then perhaps I could suit
you."
"Why, she took some raisins and stirred
'em up with pudding and baked it. That's
all."
"But, Johu, "real plum pudding is
boiled."
"Oh. of course. Mother always boiled it
after she baked it."—Boston Transcript.
Snvim; Wealth for Royalty.
It has sometimes happened that persons
little deserving, and even rulers,' have
reaped the harvests which misers have
painfully sown. The life of Vandille is a
proof of this. This man lived upon bread
and milk, wii h the addition of a small
glass Of sour wine on Saturdays. At his
tleat U lie left £81X1,000 to tbe king of France.
Audley, tbe commonwealth miser, saved
£400,000, ail o" which reverted to the gov
ernment.—Cassell'.* Journal.
Pacific Coast S. S. Go
GOODALL, PERKINS A CO., GENERAL
Agentß, San Francisco. Northern routes
embrace lines for Portland, Ore., Victoria, B.
C„ and Puget Sound. Alaska, and ah coast
points. SOUTHERN ROUTES.
TIME TABLE FOR JANUARY, 18! 3.
I.SAVB SAN FBAKCTSCO.
For I
Port Harford— I 8 S. Corona, January 5, 14,
9anta Barbara.. . 1 23: February 1.
Redondo V
Ban Pedro. I 8.8. ianta Rosa, January 2.
Nttwport. I 10,19, 28; February 6.
San Diego
fOC i 8. 8. Coos Bay, January 3,
Redondo.. ; It, 31,30: February, s.
San Pedro and : S S. Eureka, January 8,
way ports J 17,26; February .4.
iSAVI SAM PSDBO AND SSDOMDO.
Fo. I S. S. Santa Rosa, January 4.
| 12, 81, 30; February, 8.
I San Diego (S.S. Corona, January 7,16,
t 25: February, 3.
' For I 8.8. Santa Rosa, January 6
San Francisco... I 14, 23; February 1.
I Port Harford ... ,8. 8. Corona, Jauuaiy 9, 18,
: Santa Barbara .. j 2V; February 5.
I For 18. S. Eureka, January 2, 11,
San Francisco 1 20, 29; February 7. 1
and [8. 8. Coos Bay, January 6/
way ports J 15, 24; February 2.
Cars to ooncect with ste»mers via Sun Pedrc.
I leave a. P. E. R. depot. Fifth street. Los An
geles, st 9:25 o'clock a. m.
Passengers per steamers Corona and Santa
Rosa, via Redondo, nortl bound, leave Santa
Fedepotat 10:15 a.m.; or from Redondo Rail
way depot, corner Jefferson street and Grand
aye., 9:00, a. m,
Passengers per Eureka and Coos Bay via
Redondo, leave Santa Fe depot at 4:05 p. m.
Plans of stoamers' cabins r.t agent's offire,
where berths may bo seeded.
Tbe company reserve the right to cuange th*
steamers or their days of sailing.
e~ar-For paesago or freight as above or for
1 tickets to and from sJI important points '.n
i ■uTope, apply to
W. PARIIIS, Agent,
Office. Ho t24 West Seoond sl . Los Angelea.
1 1
Compagnie Generate Transatlantiqne,
FBENOR if INK TO HAVRE.
COMPANY'S PIKE (NEW) NO.
North liver, foot of Mrrton fitreetJKsSffi*.'
I Travelers by this line avoid both transit by
English railway and the discomfort of crossing
! the Channel in a small boat.
LA BRKTAGNE. January 7.
LA BOURGOGNE, January 14.
LA CHAMPAGNE, January 21.
LA GABCOGNK, January 23.
For freight or passage apply to
A. FORGET, Agent,
No. 3 Bowling Green, New York.
J. F. FUGAZI A CO., Agents, 5 Montgomery
aye., San Francisco Branch office, 19 Mont
gom- rj street. Tick ts for sale by all railroad
! and steamship offices d 29 tf
Honolulu and Kllaoea 1
HEALTH,
itif JMVEESIONand
I \ PLEASUBE !
V iififtH JJ Splendid Steamers
twice a month.
S £VEH LOW ''ARKS I
Special rates to parties of six and over. Illus
trated printed matter furnished
on application to
C. H. WHITE, or H. B. RICE,
Ticket. Agent 8. P. Co., Agt. Oceanic s. S. Co.,
Burdlck blk. 124 West Second st
12-15
FLATS RAILWAY.
Leave el* y limits, end of Temple-Btreei cable
railway, lor North Los Angeles, Hollywood and
Cahuenga valley.
Lv Los Angeles: Lv Hollywood:
8:00 am. 8 30 am;
10:10 a.m 10:30 am
12:05pm 1:0 pm
2:00 pm »:30p.r.
4-30 p.m s:oop.iu.
DRUNKENNESS
Or the Liquor UabSt Positively Cared
by administering l»r. Haines*
Oalden Specific
It can be given In a cup of eoflet* or tea, or in food.
Sfthout the knowledge of the pat if nt. It Is absolutely
armless, and will effect s permanent snd speedy
sure, whether tbe patient ia a moderate drinker or
in alcoholic wreck. It haa been Riven in thousands
pf cases, and in every instance s perfect cure has fol
lowed. It never Falls. The system once impregnated
with the Specific, it becomes an utter impossibility
Tor the liquor appetite to exist.
UOLDFft KPECIPIC CO.. Prop*TS, rtnrlnnatl. O.
48-page book of particulars free. To be had of -
F. W. BRAUN & CO.,{ Druggists.
H. GERMAIN, \ Los Angeles, CaL
flDlllM No*" ***** ln 1#
111 lUffli Dr. J. *t^phc^Yeb*n?iT!«.
Weak Men ana Women
OHOULD USE ItAJIIAKA BITT'F.Kf',
" the Great Mexican Remedy; gives Health
and Strenetb to th» Sexual Organs
Notice of Sale of Delinquent Stock.
SANTA MONICA WHARF AND TERMINAL
Railway company. Location and principal
place of business, Los Angeles, CaL—There is
delinquent upon the following described stock
on account of asses.ment levied November 26,
1892, the seven] amonnts set opposite the
names of the reipsitivo shareholders, as fol
lows:
No. of No. of
Names. Oeniftcate. Shares. Amount.
Hugh Glassell 39 S $ 250
Bertha L. Campbell . 44 590 295 00
James Camp ell 45 5 2 50
And in accordance with law, and on order of
the board of directors made Novemb-r 26,
1892. so many shares of each parcel of said
si nek as may be necessary will be sold at No.
204 south Spring street, Lob Angeles city, Cali
fornia, on the 18th day of January, 1893, at 11
a. m. of said day, to pay tbe delinquent assess
ments thereon, together with costs oi advertis
ing and expenses of the sale.
ARTHUR GAYFORD, Secretary.
Office of the compmy. No. 204 couth Spring
street, Los Angeles, Cal. 1-1 13t
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
ESTATE OF A. H. DENKER, DECEASED.
Notice is hereby given by the nndeisigned,
executrix of the last will and testament of A
H. Denker, deceased, to the creditors of, and all
pi-rsons having claims against the said de
ceased, to exhibit th» same with the necessary
vouchers, within ten months alter tb. first pub
lication of this notice, to the said executrix ol
the last will and testament of A. H. Denier,
deceased, at the office of John D. Blcknell, No.
207 New nigh street, I.os Angeles city, Los An
geles county, California, that being the place
of business of said estate in the county of Los
Angeles.
Dated this 29th day of December, A. D. 1892.
LOUIBE A. DENKER,
Executrix of the last will and testament of \.
H. Denker, deceased,
John D. Bioknel', attorney for executrix.
12 29 Thurs 5t
DIVIDEND NOTICE.
DIVIDEND NO. 7 OF THE MAIN STREET
Savings Bank A Trust Co., for the stx
months ending December 31,1892. will t c due
and payable on and after January 10,1893, at
tne rate of 5 per cent pc- annum on term de
posits, and 3 per cent per annum on ordinary
deposits. J V WACHTEL, Secretary.
Los Angeles. CaL, Jaii. 2. 1893. 1-2-301
LINKS OF TRAVEL.
Soatliem fadiic tapy.
IMPORTANT CHANGE OF TIME
DECEMBER 19, 1592.
Trains ioave and are due to arrive at
LOS ANGKLES (AROiDB DEPOT),
Fifth street, dally, as follows:
Leave Km bsbtihatioh. Arr. From
8:80 a. Xt Banning AlO:10»rr
A4:3op.m Banning 4:OOpm
8 30 a, xi Colton . 10-10 am
10:30 a. at Colton 4 OO p. m
4:30 p ia Colton C: 16 p. m.
8:30 a. m Dem Ing and East.... 4-00 p.m.
8:30 a. m XI Paso and East... 4:00 p.m.
AK:lsp.m Cbino a 8 SO a.-n,
8:30 a. m Obinu 10:10 a, m
4:30p.m Chino 6:16 p.m
9:26 a. m. Lonv Beach <St san Pedrc 8:16 ». u„ ■
a IV :40pm. San Pedro A Long Beach All :56 a m
6:00 p. m. Lung Beach A San Pedro 4 16 p. m,
2:CO p. m. ogdenaudEast,2d class 730 a. tn
10:40 p.m. Ogdenand Bast, Ist class 12:30 p.m
10:40 p.m. Portland. Or 7:30a.m
8:30 a.m. Riverside 10:10 a. m.
10:30 a. ra. Riverside 4:00 p.in
4:30 p.m. Riverside, 0:16 p. a
8 30 a. ra. Ban Bernardino 10:10 a.ir .
10:30 a.m. Saa Bernardino 4:00 p.m
4 30p. 'n. ... .Sau Bernardino 0:16 pro.
8:30 a.m. Bodlanda lO'^Oair
10:30 a. m Redlands 4:00 i m
4:30 p.m. Redlands j 6:16 p.m
2:00 p. m. 9an Fran, and Sacram'to. 7:30 a. m,
10:40 p. ra. San Fran, and Saersm' to j 12:30 p, m.
a 9:62 a.m. Santa Ana snd Anaheim 9:04 «, in,
6:10 p.m. Santa Ana and Anaheim a 4:04 p.m,
9:26 a. m Bantr. Barbara | 1:30 p.m.
4:56 p. m Sauta Barbsaa 9.10 p. m
9:30 a. m Santa Monica |AB:o9a.u>.
Santa Monica '.:59 a.m.
1:10 p m Santa Monica 12:16 p. m
6:15p.m Santa Monica 4:30 p.ir.
A6:lsp.m Santa Monica
L.Santa Monica Cation.. 512:16p.m
..Santa Monica Canon.. s4:3op. m.
81:10 p.m. ..Santa MonicaCafion
4:62 p.m 'fnslln 8:43 a. m
A9:4oa. m Whittier B:4Sa. m.
4:52p.m Whittier.. Al:46p.m.
CATALINA ISLAND.
The fast and elegant steamersof the Wilming
ton Transportation Company make close con
nection at San Pedro with Southern Pacific
Company trains that run alongside them at the
dock: Excellent hotel accommodations on the
islaud. Round trip, $2.75. Tickets good Sat
urday to Monday.
Trains lv j Arcade depot Trains ar
9:25 a, m. Saturdays
I Mondays 4:15 p.m.
Take Sar ta Monica trains from San Fernando
street, Naud's Junction, Commercial street,
Arcade depot, Jefferson street (Wi-ithrop sta
tion), Grand avenue, or University.
For north: Arcade, Commercial street, Nand's
Junction, San Fernando street
For east: Arcade, Commercial street, Naud's
Junction.
For other branches. Arcade, Commercial
street, Naud's Junction San Fernando street.
Dneal and through tickets sold, barrage
cheeked, Pullman sleeping car reservations
made, and general information given upon ap
plication to J. i£. CRAWLEV, asst. U. Pas, Agt.,
No. 144 B. Spring St., oov. Booo:»2. 0 HAB LES
SEVLER, A sent at Depot*,
s Sundays only.
A Smuts vs excepted.
RIOH'D QRAY, Gen. Traffic Mix
T. H. GOODMAN,
Oen'l Passenger A s:,
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA RAILWAY
COMPANY. (Santa Fe Route.)
IN EFFECT SUNDAY, JAN§I, IBE3 .
Leave. Arrive.
* 5:15 p.m . . .Chicago Limited.... * 7:50 a.m
* 7:00a.m ...Overland Express . * 6:36p.m
3 8:16 a.m San Diego Coast Line. * 1:15 p.m
* 4:30 p.m . .San Diego Coast Line. » 6:50 p.m
* 7:00 a.m 1 f * 7:50 a.m
* 9 00 a.m I .. San Bernardino .. J * 9:55 a.m
* 4:00 p.m f via Pasadena | I 1:26 p.m
* 5:15 p.m j { * 6:35 p.m
* 7:toa.in ( .. Riverside via.... ) I 1:25 p.m
* 9 00a.ru I ...Ban Bernardino... j * 6:35 p.m
tlliuo!}™ I Riverside and San $ I^ISi"?
* 7:00 am") Redlasds, Mentone f » Q .. s „ _
* 9:00 a.m I ... .and Highland. I * f Sg*"™
* 4:00 pm f vil i J I S £•»
* 5:15 p.m J. . .Pasadena [ G " 1
t 6 05a.m i Redlands, Mentone < *10:15a.m
tll:00a.m [ and Highland via \ * 3:55 p.m
* 4:30p.m i Orange A Riverside ( * 6:50 p m
* o ooa „, 1 f ' 7:35a.m
» v'Sf, ™ ..Azusa, Pasadena., t 8:43 a.m
* 4 : OoS'S l and * »••»
. R.!?r^ ,m (....intermediate... t 1:25 p.m
I c: 5 -2 I'Z I stations * 4:17 p m
«.86p.m j [• 6:35 p.m
t10:25a.m Pasadena * 7 50a.m
* 5:15 p.m Pasadena |11:31a.m
t 6:05 a.m Santa Ana t 8:50 a.m
* 8:15 a.m Santa Ana 110:15 a.m
{ 1:50 p.m Santa Ana * 1:15 p.m
* 4:30 p.m Santa Ana
Santa Ana ' 6:50 p.m
t 9:05 a.m Redondo * 8.29 a m
'10: 5 a.m Redondo t 3:10 pm
* 4:05 p.m Redondo * 3:60 p m
» 7:48 a m Santa Monica
•10:00 a,m Santa Monica * 9:43 a.m
* 4:ospm ....SantaMonica *3:50p.m
Santa Monica * 6:06 p.m
t 9:00 a.m San JaclntOkViaPasade'a i ) :25 pm
til oo a.m San Jacinto via Orange t 8:55 p.m
t 9:00 a.m 'emeculavia Pasadena} 1:25 p.m
ill .00 a.m .Temecula via Orange.. fl0:15 p.m
t 8:15 a.m gscoudldo via Coast line t 1:15 p.m
* Dally, f Dally except Sunday t Sunday on ly
E. W. McGEE, City Pas. and T. Ag't,
129 N. Spring St„ Lns Angeles.
ED. CHAMBERS, Ticket Agent,
First-street Depot.
Depot at foot of First street i 23
'.cs Angeles Terminal Railway Company,
Los Angeim uepots, east end of First street
and Downey avenue bridges.
Leave Los Angeles lor Leave Pasadena for
Pasadena. Los Angeles.
t 6:35 a.m f 7:15 a.m.
* 7:10 a.m * 8:05 a.m.
* 8:00 a.m • 9:05 a.m.
* 9:00 a.m "10:35 a.m.
*10:30 a.m *12:00 m.
*12:15 p.m * 1:05 p.m.
* 1:26 p.m » 2:05 p.m.
* 2:25 p.m * 4 05 p.m.
* 4:00 p.m * 6:25 p.m.
* 5:20 p.m * 7:05 p.m.
* 6:20 p.m
• 9:30 p.m.
'11:00 p.m '11:46 pm.
Downey avenue leaving time 7 minutes later.
Leave Los Anpreles fer Leave Altadena for
Altadena. Los Angeles.
•10:30 a.m "11:35 a.m.
* 4:00 p.m * 5:00 p.m.
All trains start from First-street depot.
Leave Loa Angeles for Leave Glendale for Los
Glendale. Angeles.
t 6:45 a.m t 7:25 a.m.
j 815 a.m 1 9:05 a.m
•12:20 pm.. • 1:15 p.m'
» 6:25 p.m » 6:16 p.m
Les.ve Los Angeles fori Leave East San Pedro
Long Beach and East for
San Pedro. Los Augeles.
* 9:45 a.m • 7:40 a.m
J12:45 p.m 111:15 am.
* 5:16 p.m * 3.35 p.m.
Between Bist San Pedro and Long Beach, 10
minutes.
San Gabriel Valley Rapid Transit Railway
MONROVIA DIVISION.
Leave Los Angeles for Leavo Monrovia for Loa
Monrovia. Angeles.
f 7:55 a.m t 6:55 a.m.
*11:10 a.m * 8:55 a.m.
* 2:55 p.m '12:45 p.m.
* 5:33 p.m * 4.00 p.m.
•Dally. fDaily, except Sundays. (Sunday only.
Stages meet the 8:00 a.m. ana 12:15 p.m.
trains at Pasadona for Mt. Wilson on new trail.
Passengers leaving Los Angeles on the 8 a.m.
train for Wilson's peak can return the same day.
Theater nights the 11 p.m. train will wait 20
minutes after the theater is out when later than
10:40 p.m.
Special rates to excursion and picnic parties.
Depots »ast end First street and Downey ave
nue bridges.
General offices. First-street Depot.
T. B BURNETT, General Manager.
jy2-tf W. WlNcnp, Gen. Passenger Agt.
Redoncio Railway.
Winter Time Card No. 9.
In Effect 5 a. m., October 3, 1892.
Los Angeles Depot, Corner Grand Aye. and
Jefferson st.
Take Grand aye. cable or Main et. and Agri
nltural Park horse cars.
Tialns Leave Trains Leave
Los Angeles Redondo
lor Redonao. " for Los Angeles.
8:00 a. m daily 7:20 a. m. dai'y.
9:«K) a. m. daily 9:10 a. m. daily.
1-35 p.m. dally 11:00 a. m. dally
6:00 p.m. daily 4:45 p. m. daily
Banning time between Los Augeles and Re
dondo Beach, 50 minutes.
City Ticket offlce at A. B. Greenwald's cigar
store, cor. Flratand Soring streets.
GEO. J. AINBWORTH, J. 8. SUTTON.
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Salt pork sugar cured, ptr pouud* 10c
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Tel. 702. 12-14 lm FELIX LEVY, Prop.
NOTICE OF
SALE OF BONDS.
PURSUANT TO A RESOLUTION OF THE
board of directors of Modesto Irrigation
district, duly given and nude on the 15th day
of December, 1892, n. tice is hereby given that
said board of directors will sell to the highest
aud bidder the bonds of said irrigation
district to the amount of one hundred and forty
thousand dollars ($140,000), bearing interest
at the rate of 6 per cent pet annum, payable
snmi-annually, on the Ist day of January and
July of each year, ou the presentation ot the
interest coupons at the office of the treasurer of
Bald district.
Said bonds are issued by the board of dtrect
ors of Modesto Irrigation district, in accordance
with and by the authority of an act of the leg
islature of the state of California, entitled "An
act 10 provide for the organisation and govern
ment of irrigation districts, and to provide for
the acquisition oi water and other property,
and for the distribution of water thereby for
irriga ion purposes," appioved March 7,1887.
Said bonds will be sola fo; cash, and for not
less than 90 per centum of the face value
thereof
Sealed proposals and bids for the purchase oi
said bond), will be received by the said board
of directors at their office in the city of Modes
to, county of Stanislaus, state of California,
and may be addressed to or ltft with C. 8 Ab
bott, the secretary of said board, at Modesto,
Cel., at any time after the date of this notice
and until 2:30 o'clock p. m. on the 21st day of
January, A. D 1893, at which time and place
the said sale will be made.
Said bonds will be each of the denomination
of $500, and will be negotiable in form and will
conform in all respects to the requirements of
said act. *
The board of directors reserve the right to re
ject any or all bids.
Bids must be sealed and addressed tn the sec
retary of said board, and Indorsed s "Proposals
for Modesto Irrigation District Bonds."
Done by order of the board of directors of Mo
desto Irrigation district, December 15,1892.
FRANK A. CREBSY, President.
C. S. Abbott, Secretary. 12-24 25t
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE.
HENRY L. PINNEY, PLAINTIFF, VS. J. C,
Koloed et al., defendants.
Sheriff's sale No. 18,264.
Order of sale and decree of foreclosure and
sale.
Under and by virtue of an order of sale and
decree of foreclosure and sale, issued out of the
superior court of the county of los Angeles, of
the state ol California,on the 14th day of De
cemoer, A.D. 1892, in the above entitled action,
wberein Henry L. Pinnty. the above named
plaintiff, obtained a judgment and decree of
foreclosure and sale against J. C. Kofoed
ctat., defendants, on the 13ih day of December,
A. D. 1892, for the sum of fourteen hun
dred and four and 25100 dollars, gold
coin, which eaid decree was, on the
14ih day of December. A. D. 1892, re
corded in judgment book 35 of said
court, at page 161, I am commanded to
sell all those certain lots, pieces, or
parcels of land situate, lying snd being in the
city of Los Angeles, county of Los Angeles,
State of California, and bounded and described
as follows:
Lots eighteen (18), nineteen (19), twenty
(20), block "B:" ten (10) and eleven (11),
block "D;" eighteen (18), block "M;" forty
(49), forty one (41), bio k "X;" thirty
five (35) »nd thirty-six (36), block "L,"
of the Nob Hill tract, as shown by a map
thereof recorded in book 10, at page 97, miscel
laneous records of said county.
Together with all and singular the tenements,
hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto be-
in any wise appertaining.
Public notice is hereby given that on Fri
day, the 6th day of 'anuary, A. D. 1893,
at 12 o'clock m. of that day, in front of the
court house door of the county of Los Angeles,
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 necessary to satisfy said judgment, with in
terest and costs, etc., to the highest and best
bidder.-for cash gold coin.
Dated this 14th day of Decern her, 1892.
E. D. GIBSON,
Sheriff of Los Augeles County.
By F. C. Hannon, Deputy Sheriff.
John T. Jones, Attorney for elaintiff.
12-15 thnrs-4t
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING.
THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING OF
the stockholders of the Redondo Railway
company will b» held at the company's general
offices in the city of Redondo Beach, Los An-
Seles county. California, on Monday, the 9th
ay of January, 1893, at 10 o'clock a.m., for
the purpose .of elec iug a hoard of directors for
the ensuing year and for the transaction of
such other business as may properly come be
fore such meeting. S P. RKES,
Secretary Redondo Railway Cnmparfy
Redondo Beach, CaL, December 13th, 1892.
12 18 121
PETITION.
TO THE HONORABLE BOARD OF SUPER
visor* of the county of Los Angeles, state
of California:
We, the undersigned, freeholders within tho
proposed irrigation district, hereinafter de
scribed, respectlully petition and show to your
honorable body:
First—'l hat we are a msjority of the holders
of title and evidence of title within the bound
aries of tbe proposed irrigation district, herein
alter paiticularly described.
Second—'l hat the lanes contained and em
braced whhin the boundaries of tbe said pro
posed irrigation district, hereinafter described,
ere susceptible of one mode of irrigation from
a common source and by the same system of
works.
Thfid—That it is the desire of the under
signed, as herein expressed, to provide for the
irritation of the ssme, and for that pnrpi se
we propose tbe organization of an irrigation
district.
And your petitioners further represent that
they desire to provide for the irrigation of all
the Isuds embraced within the boundaries of
the said irrigation district, hereinafter parttcu
larly desciib.d, under the provisions of an act
r f the legtidaturo of this state, a pn ved March
7,1887, entitled "An act to provide for ihe or
gan zation and government of irriration dis
tricts, and to provide for the acquisition of
wat> r and other property, and for tne r islrlbn
tlon of water thereby for irrigation purposes;'
aud the several sets amendatory thereof and
supplemental thereto.
Fourth—And your petitioners pray that tbe
said irrigation district, hereinafter partic larly
describtd, may be organized under the provis
ions of satd act, and may be known ss the Ac
ton Irrigation district.
Fifth-And your petitioners would respect
lully equest that ssid proposed dietrict be di
vided Into three divitions, bb nearly equal es
possible; and that your honorable board may
oider three directors for said irrigation district,
and ihat they ma;' be elected by the district at
large.
Sixth—And your petitioner would further
show in the description of Fald dislilct, herein
after set forth, the following abbreviations, v ■
wit: The letter "N" for north: the letter "E'
for east; the letter "W" for west, and the letter
"8" for south: the letter "T" for township; tho
letter "R" for range, anu the letter "»" for sec
tfon.
And your petitioners further represent that
the lands which the undersigned desire to have
included in the proposed di trict, and to pro
vide for the irrigation of the ssme as above
mentioned, are wholly situated in ihe county
of Los Angeles, state of California, and art par
ticularly described as follows, to wli:
Beginning at the quarter section corner on
the south Hue o' section 32, T. 5 N., R. 12 W.,
the following courses snd distances: First—
N. 10 deg. E 887 feet; thence N 38 deg. E. 198
feet; thence N. 80 deg. K. 200 feet; thence N.
83 deg 30 mm. E. 141 feet; thence N. 32 deg.
30 mm. K. 404 'eet; thence N. 0 deg. 30 mm.
K. 337 feet; thence N. 21 deg. 15 mm. W. 603
feet; thence N. 51 deg. 45 mm. W. 340 feet;
thence N. 70 deg. 15 mm. E. 300 feet; thence
N 79 deg. 15 mm. E. 323 feet; thence N. 83
deg. 45 min.E, 180 feet; thence S. 88 deg. 30
miv. £ 68 feet; thence E. 301 feel; thence N.
89 deg. X 509 feet; thence S. (-3 deg. 30 mm.
E. 549 feet; thence N. 35 dcv. K. 326 feet;
thence N. 32 dt-g 45 mm. K. 356 feet; thence
N. 52 deg 15 min.E. 230 'tet; thence N. i 3
d. g X 488 feel; thence N. 4 deg. 16 mm. W.
370 feet; thence N. 2 deg 30 mtn. W.
1820 feet: thenco N. 24 deg. 45 mm. W.
07'J feel; thence N. 82 deg. 30 mln.W. 482 feet;
tlwncenorih 88 deg, 45 miv. w, 554 feet;
thence N, 80 deg W. 402 feet: thence N. 86
de*. 15 miv. W. 266 feet; thence N. 71 deg. 15
mm. W. 459 feet: thence N. 67 deg. 45 mm. W.
400 feet: thence N. 48 deg BO mm W. 265
feet; thence N. 87 des-45 mm. W. 2171 feet;
ih-nce a. 40 deg 30 mm W. 202 feet: thence
8. 56 deg 15 rain. W. 436 feet: thence S. 73
dig. 30 mm. W. 467 feet; thence 8. 64 deg. 30
mm. W. 1)36 feet; thence 8. 28 deg. W. 1016
feet; thence 8 37 deg. 15 mtn. W. 542 feet;
thence 8. 53 deg. 45 mm. W. 375 feet; ihence
c. 02 deg. 30 mm: W. 083 feet; thence 8. 59
deg. 45 mm. W. 643 feet: thence N 81 deg. W.
650 feet; thence N. ""0 deg. W 821 feet; tbenoe
N. 27 dt-g. 30 mm. W 1657 fei't to the line di
viding T. 5 ti., P.. 12 W., and T. 5 N„ R. 13 W.,
crossing said township line, which is also the
dividing line between sec 30 T. SN,R 12 W..
and sec 25. T 5 N., R. 13 W., at a point 504
feet N. of the common cornc: of sees. 3D and 31
of T. 5 N , R. 12 W„ and sees. 25 and 36, T. 6
n.. R. 13 W ; thence N. 27 deg. 30 mm. W. 56
feet; thenceN 8 Htg. 45 mm. W. 1411 feet;
thence N. 52 d. g. 15 mm W. 1841 feet; thence
N. 76 de/, 30 mm. W. 3669 feet; ihence N 90
deg. w. 3762 Ice<; then«« N. 90 deg. W. IblB
f- ct; thence B, 29 deg. If. 1960 feet: thence 8.
29 deg. 15roin. r. 5330 feet; thence S. 6 deg.
30 mm. 8. 2750 leet to the line dividing T. 4
N., R. .3 W., and T. 5 N. R. 13 \V., crossingsaid
towushlp line, which is also the dividing line
between sic. 35. T SN. R 13 W„ and sec. 2,
T. 4 N. R 13 W. at a point 1452 leet west of
the enmmou corner of sees. 35 and 36. T. 5N.,
K. 13 W , and sees. 1 and 2 T. 4 N., R. 13 W.;
them c S. 6 deg. 30 mm, E. 1342 feet; thence
X 2842 feet: ihence N 83 deg. V. 1672 leet;
thence N. 57 deg. E. 500 feet; ihen-e N 63
di-g. K. 1109 feet; thence N. 69 deg E. 650 feet:
th, uce N. 78 deg. E. 41 feet to the line i ividing
T. 4N,U. 12 W., and T. 4 N., R 13 W., cross
ing ?aU township line, which is also the divid
ing line between bee. 6, T. 4 N.. R 12 W , snd
sec 1, T 4 N., R. 13 W., at a point 90 feet south
of ihe common corner o towmhlp 4 N., B. 12
W., and T 4N , R 13 W.. and township" 5 N.,
R. 12 W , and 5 N . R. 13 W.; thence N. 78 deg.
K. 385 feet to the line dividing townships 4 N.,
It 12 W.,and 5 N.. R. 12 W.. dossing said
township line which is abo the line between
se.. 6, T. 4 N., R. 12 W., end sec 31, T. S N ,R.
12 W.. at a point 363 feet X of the common
corner of township 4 N., R. 12 W., T 5 N., R. 12
W.,andT.4N.,R.13W.,T. 5N ,R 13W.;thence
N 78 deg. E. 203 feet: thence B. 31 dig. 30
mm, K. 50 feet to Ihe line dividing townships
4 N., R. 12 W , and 5 N , R. 12 W., crossingsaid
township line, which is also the line tetween
sec 6, T. 4 N., R. 12 W., and tec. 31 T 5 N., R.
12 W,at a point 605 feet E of ihe common
corner 0i1.4N H.12W., and T. 4N, R. 18
W , and T. 5 N., R 12 W.,and T 5 N , R 13 W.:
thence 8. 31 deg. 30 mm. it. 1300 feet; Ihence
N. 81 deg. E. 625 feet; thence 8. 67 deg. E. 322
feet: thence S. 36 deg. 30 mm E. 800 feet;
thence N. 75 deg 45 mm. E. 2700 feet to the
section line between sei s. 5 and 6, T. 4 N., R.
12 W; thence N. on last mentioned section line
1060 feet to the common corner of sees. 5 and
6 T 4N.. R 12 W„ aud sees. 31 and 32, T. 5
N., R. 12 W.: thence N. on section line be
tween Bees. 31 and 32. T. 5 N., R. 12 W., 1630
feel; thenceS. 16 dt-g E. 1671 feet; thence B.
on line between T. 4 N., R 12 W., and T 8 N.,
R. 12 W. 363 feet to the point of beginning.
All of the above described land being in the
following townships, viz.: T. 4 N., B. 12 W.:
T 4 N., R. 13 W.; T. 5 N. R, 12 W.; T. 5 N., B.
13 W.,8. B. M.
The ab ye described proposed district con
taining three thousand two 1 undred and sixty
one and 8-100 acres, more or less.
Yonr petitioners offer herewith a good
and. sufficient bond which they pray
may be approved by your honorable board,
which bond is in double the amount of the
probable cost of organizing such district, and
conditional that the bondsmen will pay said
cost in case said organization shall not be
affected.
And your petitioners will ever pray.
NAM as OF FXTITIONXRS.
Richard E. Nickel, 0 C. Belknap.
E. M. Belknap, 8. Hamman,
George Belknap, H. A. Bond,
8. W. Hinckley, R. D. P. Widner,
Emma H. Greenwood, Isabella 8. Johnson,
Gustav Krneger, C. W. i-elkuap,
A Bartlett, Geo. Schlegner,
Olimpio Nizzlo, H Renken,
F. Merkel, Emily Belknap,
Frsnk F, Truscott, W. E. Bowles,
A. E. McCouneli, K. E. Owens,
P B. Chase, N. M. Melrose,
W H. Sutton, J. A. Wildreth,
Ed Brough, F. A. Belknap.
F. Merkl,
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given that the foregoing
petition will be presented tv the Board of
supervisors of Los Angeles couuty, at their
regular meeting to be held on Thursday, the
2d day of February, 1893, and all persons Inter
ested are hereby notified to be present and ap
pear before eaid Board of Supervisors on said
day, at their rooms in the court house, at the
corner of New High and Temple streets, in the
city of Los Augeles, county of Los Angeles,
state of California.
Dated this 3d day of January, 1893.
D. P. HATCH,
1.-4 15t Attorney fur aaid District.
Dividend Notice.
DIVIDEND NO. 17 OF THE LOS ANGELES
'.-ii vim's Bank, for the six months ending
December 31,1892, is now due and payable as
follows: On term deposits at the rate of five
(5) per cent per annum, and on ordinary de
posits at the rate of three (3) per cent per
annum. W. M. CAoWELL,
1-4 7t Cashier.
Stockholders' Meeting;.
TH* ANNUAL MEFTING OF THE BToCK
holders of the J. M Griffith Company wll
be heid at the office of ihe company, 934 North
Alameda street, Los Angeles, on Monday, the
16th day of January, 1893 at tbe hour of 10)
o'clock a m., for the purpose of electing a
board of directors to serve during the ensuing
year and the transaction of such other business
as may come before the mee<ing
, r, , T -. K - Secretary.
Los Angeles, Cal., January 2,1893. 1-4 14t
stockholders' Meeting.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THB BTOCK
holders of the Griffith Bros' Co. will
be held at the offlce of the company, No. 934
North Alameda s reet, Los Angeies. on Mon
day, the 16 h d y of January, 1893, at the
hour of 11 o'clocn a, m., for the purpose of
electing a board of directors to serve during the
enduing year, and tho transaction of such other
bu i'jess as may come before the meeting
T. E. NICHOLS. Secretary.
Los Angeles, Cal., January 2,1893. 1-4 14t

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