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OYSTER AND STRAWBERRY.
Rawthorne as Man and Writer. Thn Ohurob Fe-stlVHl Rounder to th* Novitiate- A dissipatfd nysier that ha<l just com pleti'd v W mli r's n und of tugifs at church fairs and Sumla> w hool suDpets met a young nnd umophisticuie I straw heirv on ila lirsl trip from home. "I've an eye 011 you," said th« oyster, leering at tin* struwht-Jry tv a way that made it hlush. "Omih< up to 'leuil the Hprmg fiptivals, I Mli^Ottr 1 "I thuiight of so doing, air," modestly replied th;' vtrawhtrry. "tloiug |0 take in Chautauqua lake, Oi-eau llrov, uud so ou, mM»T ••Yea, air." "You're thu sh n tcake feller that goes ■roottd with lm face tied up IfeMgMMMI oraam, ain't you?" "Really, air, I have seen hut little of thn world as yet, hut " "That's ull right. Now just you tnkf the ad\ ice of mi old roiiudt r, Pi ■ huen throiigh this festival racket It doeoi't pay. It guts peoplo down on you, and rums your reputation. Hhnrle.ik.-a are fraudt. Ynu keep away ifasfl them. I)nn't go near cream. It's the wor«e thing ynu can get mixed wilh in hot weather. Just y.m wait until you see a lelh-! wilh a I.ig diumnud on loa shirt ami a tottbfterßfl on his lilt!" linger shaking up some sherry and <ugnr in a glass, Keep your vesi on until you m I loin put on top ol the sherry a piecn of pin. Ipphli a pt#M nt Ie ii, v Oblp of orange, ami a sprig of mnt; and Uttoi you get right iv aumng them and pass the su him g I souety. You hear metwitteir'' ritt-'nny fhrvnirU TtU graph. Writlllßof " l ln Sah oiuf H.iwthornf, ' bl 'ho May t 'vntm-\, Jnliiii H.-iwi ImriM' My I: '*Tht»ugh I (in i h-'i im* sm hiiiniH.i itM it in 1..-, .• 1 .1-I"" " w » I"**"" --yet when oiict- hit m ux un-U'r thn in thn nut* Of Mi mine, not hII tho criticimn of hii tl«Bl nml ni'th m tun. a cmtlil have uwtle htni awrivu hy much k a hair's hreailth fr th(M>ath Aluug ulih'hkhf (ml him. When he whs nt work he wjh in h region hy I i«lf »lono with hia utt int.. » hi. Ii tti. \ 'I' ll of Ihe t-Xie rlt>r worhl oouhl never peiielritW, nor iti pr-wiiee Intrtnli . The wm k Iraiiig iloHf, h.iw. vtr, nml Mnt forth, the worker wouhl return t.i n enMer und more akep- Urtl »»Ate, 111 which he Umk, aa »i w«re, the put of the worhl agMiust hiineelf, ami |i tl tin- athu k S • httle ix known of the man that it ha* alway- heeo li c cuntom to 1 amt hu portrait from the Ratine pal lotto wlihh ho hiinnolf u«i'<l for hia 1 ictuirs. Hut it is impurlAnt to n - HMfnberthnt Ihe man nml the writer were, in llawthnrue'a ua»e, as dlfftNOl aa a mountain Irom a cloud, It w«h not until after hia death that I n &il any nf his rotnunotwi ho had ulwitys told ma that liny were not united to my age and requirements; uml I remomher uh I re«d on, hting v matuntly uiialilu to uompre hend how a man itueh m I ktmw my fatlnr to tv uld Imvu written aimh book 4. He did un talk in that way; his lnoods ha I tint aeeinod lo heof that eolur. The hooka gave inn an enlarged though not a mum powerful iniprosMi •! him. Hu a very strong man, in t vi ty MpHt'Athm (if the word. I have aeea bim In company with many of the gn at men of liln tune, and I wu-< nlwayti made to feel that Inn wax Ihi loftier und dom luaiit Buirlt—that he wuh In other men what AuuuatUM (uMar In an id to have been tn Mark Antony. It in mm that I waa hut a child; hut I apprehend thai the ptf.-|,t h aih Id in utieh mnt ttin, being imiinly intuitive, an- nt least ns apt to l>e juat as thoae nf uottliie per •ous, Alall eventH, Mihrtcipieut uiti-li latino ami ex|i*?rtentie huve served miher to augment I lino to leaaeu my o-tiiuutu of his persniml power uud weight. Ah regard, the hunks, it in difficult to state exactly the relation Ihey horo to the general manifestation of hii chatauter; perhaps it might he said that tin y re ■ulted from the immediate action of his pphit, in a iphitual plane; whereas in other matters it acted through his ma terial part in the physical plane. Hut there is un.ra vnnily than profit in anch diatinciiouH." Adultorated Caramels. "My ilfiir," Im mtiil, nn «lut greet-il 11ius with Hit' iihital wlhtch Mir i lioc liito-i'ttrnint'U mirt nf Wtpfwloil, "iloyoii know iimt nil ktttdi i.i utidy mm now Hillllt' liilr I with Ml <il oil Hllii |>(-opln HI 0 'I vim; i vary ilny fffOM nitting tlio WftttrO* fiupt Mtuivt" "GrtotoafL no!" m Mid, Willi ap. tart It'll look. "I'll Ui'Vcr oil tin othnr pir-co of thn viln coinpouinl." Am) us bti i.Ury Iwd hmn r*Mltto«d to #20 a iiioiitli aii<l Im vUIUrfJ ik r wvfii nigt.ti m wm k, hfr UIWN mmlo hia bOMMH tin ill with tuiti(Jult(iriitu.i lu.p]Hiii h t /.'. It iii atwnya n (ohh up with ft Boiton girl of tnnUr >i ni * ita to whnthi>r aho will nmny a lliirvtnl grmluiiie or • ebMttploM pri/n lightir. M r iutulteot in with the tufSMf, tmt hur lienrt in Irttt to Hull. Most Desolate Part of the Ocean. TKACIIKKB. Mill AUDI M. WATKISS, ■Milll'll MT IMI NT Xli I.N OII.N HmlMM«l«tl "tudln nt mil Niirlli Main Htreet. Classes lv lirawln,r anil ralnttlis, aicaV 'ay, Wednosdav and e'rl.lai. Ilinira Ir 2un HIT. r. «. Trim, in...lend... Ktii.lin,llo..ulNo. ». Miaa Allen Watklns li.itrtil.i In.llea lad ci nn.i Ifentl.'ineu Interested in art tn villi Ii r Htu.liu. n.l I!. Itn EDOUABD DEVILLBRS, Professor of the French Language. Speaks Kli||li.ll fluently. Hpreeht lleutavh. I'lrst eiasa releret.eea. Ofrli-K - STltl N J HTIIKKT, Nadeau llliifk. It.nun iiw. ap2l lm A. CUYAS, A. M., Member ul Urn ll„ar,l „l It.alru. tu.n ot tiie I laat verslty vi Hunt Item California. Prof, of Muitiilsli I.aim nam'. Ilaker WM* mMa it - - l.ua Auirelel. at.ltl MRS. MINNIE KABTEB, Ttachcr ol Music aud the Rerman Lnmm, NO. HI 80UTN MAIN STRUT. Term. M.steratu. lirst Class lleterelieea. MM Profonsor Louis Adams, Who Itaa Ita.l twentf, -seven veara esperienro aa a teacher, will K h.> leas, .us in tl,.' Kreneh lAiikinure at hisoiUcu, No. :lt linker llloek, nr nt pupil a res- Initilfl. uu BtOuaraaa terms. llelorcnecs: Mr. Klltreue Meyer. Kr.ui.-li t'.uisul, Miaa Hluiumau, J. M. (IriltHli, Mrs lllnliup Kl|i, li. A. Ilohluson, ami inanv nlh.-.s. Jy24 lm KEEP YOUR HEALTH! Mineral Water Baths, 75 lIIMViKII STREET 7* MM ANUKI.KH, CAL These halhs an, recumiucn.la.t li.v lusdluir. phy sinalis for ciuins Liver v..iit|.l:iiiita, Kiiltu-v dis til-."., Skilld,-..-as,-s, Seruml... Me. The Ctira i f many diseases is eortinej i.v a number ~l persons MM luuk I bene liatlis. MODERATE RATES. nine. I I'l manil II 10. Wr'NIIFR, I s. K. BimjKK. Furmerly with Kd Mo-101 Hi t i '» sample OPERA PARLORS, New Opera Room Hulldluk-. Miiln St rest, Below First. BttSn * WENtiKH, Propa Tiie at. ,ye nanie l vrenllenieii are fiillv |irv|<are.l M r.tvitc tli. rr trie,i,la and tbe publle. Tl.e Choicest of Liquors and Cigars Always on hand. All kinda nl I'llll'V lIRIXk. I'lli:i'llli:il In Urn mo t palatable manner. DOUBLE-SODA LEMONADE, A neoat delielutis summer drink. Try it. rafllM Notice to Horse Men AND THE PUBLIC. In nur advertised Usee Prnifralumc tnr the first week In July we left Wednesday aud Kriday. July 'Al and ttli, open unlii we enllld tnnfer with turners nf IftOBM iv ur.ler to (.lease ll.e public il Ufatalbla, and nn WKLINKSIIAY, JULY 2d, Will Kivc a lluniiinir itaec, ircc fnr all two tear olds, Si', entrance, red added, 21 horse to aal c entrance, ditlanee live elithths nf a mile. Alan another as ellt In he annonnied hereafter, and uu FttIHAV. .11 I.V 4th, Alirand S.e„i»take, Ir.e f..r all. dash nf 1) mile. (Ml entrain-.,, 2,1 h.,rse lv sate ditrau,-., t«crrfwaVls?»2..V ultln', .'',' added,".'.! hnr'ee NuTI" B) conarnt ol all partita interested, the mare Kale Batafftl Ut nut h.rred Iron, the 2 4.'. Trtdliui; cv.nt. M. FAWCKT at CO. Ventura Livery, Feed and Sale Htablo, South Maiu .treet. Nn HS, between Seeondand Third, 1..s Ansele., I'als. llnraes hoarded by the day. w.-.-k of in,,nth. Hursea btvotrfct and ...l.i. ll.it; I. s an.l .'.riisK... t.. let, with or with Ma) teams, at reasonable rales. W. F. HATCSER, Proprietor. Ponratrli uwofkvtoi af Lira (toe! Kaoharaja, 117 r.i.t ■trass), 1.,,s Aneeles. Cala. lujHtl A Man Willi a Small rami It WANTS A SITUATION TO TAKE CHARGE Fruit Ranch, I r.'t'.'oi r,,Aii'7'pi,''i. i 'i.^i..!j'.iVi.'.;r |!|'u,ri,''.»''r., U ,.1-.i.i'u.l "'hel. I 'l.la'i.t. 'Van lav' eaat mum ymu frail t..r market i., the lan-t stile. Ila.e made i.u..na rn-r.i year. t.,r li.v 1.-! t..iir veirs .',l- rent. «JW Urn , 'intended the iw'kH,« ( .d I uii!|uuiy at RlnraHl. Sin,uld am uue desire my aervi.-es aa a hurt, lUlturist. Addreaa "W. T. H," luylvddiwlw Herald IHfhv. STOCKHOLDERS' MEITINC. The annual aarmtlal °t the Stoekhulders' of SM i-hs-tinn ul |.ir.,t ! I st,,l. v.'li ..ther bua'iness as in.., ... |.t. ~t, .1, v. ,11 ta- held al ttu- ultlee ul the Islaiaam Mnudai. May '.slth. IMI4, at two o'elu k r. a, at their ottea- iv lav. Angelea, 1.1 1 uiyluul s U. L'lU ltrll. Se.-rvt»ry. $250 Fiirs. fort.twa Marks from DsWsM| »*•, >it. r-jr p*lti. »Urs i-in)inru of M. P. CUTLER, Koom I, Allen Itlock STERN & ROSE'B WINES and BRANDIES At H. J. WOOLLAOOTT S, ita ami ten no it i n apniM. NT., WHOLE ALE AND RETAIL. Tbe sehonner Charles 10. Mo.uly, Capiuiu Oates, nrrived at Almond street wharf, ruceuly, from the Islands of fTAtunhii, situated in the South Atlan tic Oc nn, in the mull desolate spol in tbo world. Hbe ht >ppod at Martinique to get a cargo nf mi gar. The Moudy waa chartered hy New York parties to go to thesi! islands lo secure a cargo uf guano. Tbe vessel was com|ielled to abandon tbe enterprise, ow ing to hur inability to make v landing, there In ing no bnrhois no the coast. Captaiu Cafes, ou January l-ih, visited in a small hout both Tristan d'Aounba nml Nightingale Island. Nightingale is uninhabited. Tbe other island has ninety seven inhab itants, descendants of shipwrecked sad ors. All were enjoying good health, and the majority id the populftlou wen women, wlm arc described aa hi ing very tall ami handsome. They seemed sharp at trading, hut wi re without education and very indolent and In/.y. The cap tain also describes n lake, of fresh water which was sltuoted ou the top of a mountain s.otM) feet nhove the surface of tbe sen, and iv which the tide ebbed and flowed. No merchant vessel has ever bten known to t isil tbe Islands, ami there are not probably teu men in this country who have ever been there. After Hectiriug laborers an attempt was made to explore Nightingale Islam), which was found rich with guano, cov ered with eggs and thronged with pen guins. Kll'orlM to obtain a dead and alive cargo were futile, owing to the Imporal bility of lluding a safe nuuhorage. The governor ur Inad man of Tristan d'Acnn hu said that a valuable dog had escaped from H. I'> M. surveying ship Chal lenger eleven years ago. It was a .lurched for, found uud taken on hoard the Moody, hut tiled on the pASSOgfI to Murtiniipie. The islands visited are situated in Ist. .17 ti, long. I*2 02, are claimed hy the Kngliah, sud a British garrUon was at one time maintpUifcd there. United Statnn vessels never vis ited the locality. Philadelphia Btrord A New Yorker on California. Mr. 11. A. (Hidden, raited States Sjientfor Alasks, spent the past winter in California and has beeu writing up his inipresHiona for his home paper, the Orleans Arnn-iam, «>f Albion, N. V., from which tho following clippings are taken; ~ Tho grape culture is In my opinion tbe great production of the State. The thousands vi acres planted to vines every year warrant the belief that be* fore many years shall have paaaed away the State will ho at famous for pro ducing wines as it was once for pro ducing gold. Uold ami even wheat will eventually have lo hike a hack sent and California will Und it more profit able to buy cereals nml g.-ow and cm fruit and make wive. I tell you I am beuoming eutbu lutlo on the wine ami fruit oaaation. If I were a farmer 1 should get into thn love*) climate uml the fruit and wive buMUeai urn soau us po*. nihil'. The roses are perfectly gorgeous and grow to an enormous liso. They an* out of doors the whole yeitr and inch a thing as boose plants is scarcely known here even in ■Winter. I wish all our frienda could enjoy these things with us. We juat grow with the Howers in this splendid weather. The tains arc now nearly over and the sun shines clear all day and w ill for seven months. Tin-coun try is in Ita prime vow, hut where there is water the flowers nre kept in bloom andros s can he lean end thdgrasi gretn during the long aamnier month*, The lilacs blossom tw ice n year, nud the rvtses arc continually m bloom. Kossuth Still Working. A short time ago when Lottil Kossnth reached his eightieth birthday be was prcseiite.l «iih adilreuei from seveuty tive public bodies iv Hungary, which were sent to him in Turin, where he is vow living. He wrote with hi* own hand replies to eve I \ oue ol ihe address* es. Bou* of the replies extended over six full sheets Of letter paper. I hey were written in a clear, hold band. Tbe ex-dictator works hard from 'iioruin-' till uight A great misfortune befell him recently, when his small income waa lot through the hail management aud failure of a banking company, The rale of Ihm memoir* and journals, how ever, hna produced n mho tbat enables him to spend the evening of ins days m <• •inp ir;iti\ a Oft .hut, or ;it ;inv rate free Zephyr Cloth. |rh,Udcl|lil.r.ll| Mrs. aUak—"WaU, fiiy mmw, 1 have mmm* »• |ialul "' lur "uotu.r "«* ilresn." Mi. litank-'-Hoiripbl lla.l to Lave Mother v.-v. dreia, did your ' Mm. Blank—"Of coui.e; I only have Mr. Blank "Will. I hope yam ditte'l Mr. Iti..nk ••/..|.l.v, OIOSII What la it railed 1L..1 (orl 1 Mra Blink- "I don't kaow, aatt ■> it Epmuarbi a Itta lull twuti in." Take a Hack a Niagain. Kugh.hman — Ynu Awerfgam bowm over tn Knrupa wi b your litlta ham mera aud havk away ut every rum. ! getti- g eiirclmcna. untfi (here h K-aicely anyihmg i*-lt. A icun Weil, why dou't >ou retaliate v Kiighshmau — Retaliate ' Mow ! Vim Uav« le-thmg iv thia country tj ha-k at AtwerioM Oh !Mi we huve. Rugliabiuan - What 1 Ameiuau -You can ooaw ov. r to tins coui.tiy Md til.- a hack al Nmg;ira Falls.- J'hitnU.tjrhm ' A tuiuist' r wbo ipota at o <;r»ni;e ajaatilil Urn other uay in Wonsaatat county told hi* audience that ii takes more I .rains to pwrsoh I" »" •n.lit.iw t uf farmers lliah to » iiiy church, ami the l.oi iiyhaiiii.il aKricultnri-ti »l>Wd una- ou.lv iLut t. c iofi mod ken.l. aula »as uJiniml ) !• Lt. J i d city |.ri tubing. LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 24, 1884. LIIMRm OK tkavkl PAOIPIO OOABT ' Steamship Company. I 'tOODALL, PERKINS * CO., Oener.l amw ■AN rSANUISUO. NORTHERN ROUTES. HTKAMEUH LF.AVE SAN FRANCISCO For Wrangl., Sitka aud llarrlsbiirg, Alssk.. and Nanaimo .ml New Westminster, B. C , s. ad vertlaoii I. Sau Francisco news|>a|«ra. For Victoria, Port Townseli.l, Seattle. Tacom Steilaa'ini and Olympl. on May 0, 11, ill, 21. 211 and HI, at 10 a. a. For Astoria ami Portland, May 2, 0, 10, 11, IS. 2-J 2fl aud al, at 10 a. a. For Eureka, Areata and Hookton, ev.ry Wsdne. Fjr'polnt Arena, Culy'a Cove, Utile Hlver Whitesls>ro, Mendocino Cily, aud Noyo, every M.lod.t , SOUTHERN ROUTES. TUBI TABLE fob m»r. COUISO Snl Til OOISO NOHTU. M l| ill filil 1 Hriaasi 11 P- a* - 2 _ " jL i 4 Us AngeTes" -- Msy « Msy 4 May 6 Ma)fi ' Orlssba ' ft '* 7 • V " Tl Eureka tt * ** J " MH " II sunt, Hf.-a " 10 " 12 " » " 1« Ins Angeles " H " " I* " W | 'i Irnha , ' lfi " U " Itf U flMStl " 17l " 1« " «0 " 21 Manta Knsa " 20 *' N " 241 " *AI 1 Ant Angolus " 22 " 24 " 2i ' 2H Urliahs " 2f. " 27 " 2tt "HI Eureka " 27 '* tv " 30 Jim It ' Sinta Ibrsa " mltm 1 Jun 3! " b Hteamvrs Hants llosa and Orltalua go through to Han I'lego, leaving Han l'rdro on th« dates of their arrivals Irom Man Kraiu-isro. The Ranta Rosa and Oifsaba call st aauta llarbara nnd I'ort rTarford. (Nan Luis Obis po) mil> . "ii the route to and from Han Kranulsco Cars to connect with stcsuiers leave 8. P. R. X, depot Aiigolus as follows: With SanU Itimik and uriralm, goii g north, at 11) o'clock A. m.. going south, at 4 o'clock r. m. With Los Augeles and Eureka, going north, at 4 o'clock p. m., railroad time. Rates of Tm from Los Angeles: Cabin Btoerage To San Prsnofsoo, Monterey or HnntaCrus HI flO Han Htnisui 13 10 Cayucoa 13 10 Portllarlord 12 0 UavloU 10 « Hanta Itarbara 8 « Han Itttennvontura 7 t> Saa Diego o f> Hau Diogn and ruturn 11 CoTPlaiis of Htenmers Cabins at Agent's office where berth! may be secured. For Newport Landing, via Hants Cruc, etc. freight steamers leave Hau Francisco shout ever) two weeks, as tides servs on ths Newport bar. The Company reserves the right to obange tin itsaiuera or their ilsyi of sailing ftsTFOR PABHAOC OR Kit EIGHT AS AOOVK UK FOR TICKETS TO AND EUOM All Important Points in Europe H. MoLELLAN, | 1 A Kent Oltloe Nn 8 Commercial St. Los Anuelea S. P. R. R. TIME SCHEDULE Friday, May 2d, 1884 Trains leave and are due to .rrivo at X.OSS JO. TkT S3- 3E] X. Jt3 S3 a. roLLuwa; Vua DBHTISATtOH. HUM. 0:00 a. a Colton 0:00 r. a 8;00 r a Colton 12:20 ft a !;00 r. a. ( llemlng ) Express 12:20 F. a I .nd V 0:00 ft a. 1 East. J Emigrant 4:30 >. a 1:00 p. h Xl Pan and Fast 11:20 ft «. 12:60 r.». I Sen Fraodaoo 1 Express. 13lf. « HSOA. a. \ Saoraioeoto. ) Elulgr'nt S:O6 ft B 2 30ft a. .Santa Ana and Anaheim. 831 a. a 1:90 A. ■ Santa Monica 8:16 A. a ■6:00 ft a Santa Monica •3:65 ft a. 16:50 ft a Santa Monica 16:30 ft a. 10:00 a. v Wilmington 2:20 r. a 1:00 r. a Wilmington 0:00 a. a. 10:00 a. a San Pedro 2:20 r. a iM ft a. SaiitSstl......... 0:00 a. m. -Sundays excepted. 1 Sundays only. T. 11. GOODMAN. General Passenger and Ticket Agent. A. N. TOWNS, Oeneral Manager. R. K. HKWIIT, Assistant Superintendent, Los Augeles CALIFORNIA SOUTHERN R. R. OISCCT SAIL CSMMUSIGATIOS WITH NATIONAL CITY AND SAS DIECO. On .nd after Monday, February 18, 1883, trans, ol the California Southern Railroad going south will leave San Bernardino daily, Sundays ex cepted, at 1 16ft a., Colton at 1:10 a. a., or on arrival ol l£asVbound Southern Pacific train, and Riverside at 2:15 a. a., arriving at San Diego at 7:16 ft v. Going north, will leav« San Diego at 0:40 A. a RlveraiU. Nt 2:22, arriving at Colton at 2:42r. a and San Bernardino at 8:26 r. a. which is 20 minutes taster than San Francisco time. Passengers will save from ten (10) to sixty (00) cents by purchasing their tieksta oltbe agent belore entering ihe oars. Close connections made with S. P. local to and Irom Los Angeles. I*.ssengers to aud Irom the East will have but short delay at Colton. The above ia National city time. For information lor freight or l.re addree. Ageut California Southern Railroad, Colton, ot J. N.VICTOR. Superintendent, and Gen. Er and Pass. Ag't N .coal City. Cal. au2& UNDERTAKERS. REMOVAL. PONUT Jm. OJX, *t, UNDERTAKERS AND EMIIAI.iIIRS, Have removed to their new store, No. 47 North Spring street. tf ALBERT BROWN, I mlerlaker antl Kntbnliner, Carnage and Hearse Free lor adult lor,, r.l. Telephone No. 15, No. 231 N. Main st. Dis. 0. st Frank Stevens, DBNTISTS. Ural ».« of Teeth, mti. Leave Impres sionfor tcelli in the in..ruing, can ban; it., o. same,lav. Teeth without a piutc. Fine tilling* a B|*claltv. All ojM-rati'.i.s guar.int. ~1 Rooms is and lo'Schnmacher Bl<«;k.opposite P.O. myOtl , safes The renowned I'oluxnliln jdfiTjKtt HlryclMi. ( rhe^'FjXPEKT t I r *'" ' Mechanic. IF J Catalogue of all our goods Railroad Ticket and Employment Office. BUREAU ol INFORMATION; mats help tree; Re.l Ijtate Broker ; houses .nil lota sold on In slallmente houses end rooms, furnished or uu furnished .cured. E. NITTINOFR 121 NorUi Main Street, near First St. T.lsphouelso. 111. Mpl6tuu BANKING HOUBKS. Kirst National Bank Of LOS ANIIKI.KS. I Onpltnl Htock, : aioO.CKO Surplua, • iiooooo E. r. BPENOE, : : : Praaident WM. LACY, : : Cailier lIIIIKITDKH iP. taaaau, J X . ii. ai.i'>i. wu un, k f, mmm, HTlMKHlll,Ultra QtM A II Wioooi, Uit K. II M. v..-. i . II H WlTtltNtV, J,MM Mi.'OT, J F OtlM, 11. 1/ SMUT, I h II ......... ~ I. I,«Ml.■KJ.ll.lt, , II H.aiiiit, A. W. Vail, ' 'v....... ii.... ... N. 11. Uiirr, j. ii. mm*,. k> r mmm mv , — i X.OM ANOBLBri COUNTY BANK, 1 i Halo Ht., Loa Angeles, OaL CAPITAL STOCK, PAID UP, SIOO.OOO HsHarvo fund. S'XXI.OOO JIUIN K. fLATKR- PreaUent. k H. HAK Kit Vie* Frtvekletil. II 1.. 11.- Mil, I UIKKJTOIUI: J. H. Si... ..... JUTIIAS IIIISV, Jl.ll. K. I'L.IKK. HIIHHHT 8. II Ml.ll, Jim« A. I'aitu> Ouui vv Ftaaoon 11. M. Wiimtv. HTIn v andHn.ii Ki. hvhi, on Hon Fratirt.ro Now York, Union. 1'.r1., Berlin .mi Fr»nktorl •vfTHiir KtciiAiioaon all parts of tot Unitad Slain, an.l F.ltropa. •tn-Kaotiva lIONtT on open aoooutit «.td oerttf omUi of rietmeit, anil ilo a general Iwikintf an.l Farmer i Merchants' Bank OF I.OH AMU 1,1-1 ESTABLISHED IN 1868. i annul, attoo.lHMl. Harplaa an HYncrvtv Fund aHOO.OOO. ISAIAS W HELLMAN PRESIKKNT 1.. I!. IHNIIIWIN VlrK PriKsllliyr JOHN MM Mil HFJJKKTAItY H VI VS W. HKI.LMAN, JOHN 8. (lIIIFFIN, ii. IV. I lIII.HH. C. K. TllflM, I'lllL. lIAHNIKII, J. H. I.AKKF.IIHIIIU, I. 11l i■•vt M I N . JOHK MAMt.AIIKI.. KXIIIIM.K »'OU HALF ON New York, London, Frankfort, Dublin, Paris and Berlin. tW Reooive llepoaita and laaut Their Cer tillrataa. Atr liny and Sell Government!, State, Count) mill t'ltv llonda Uto. U. HortutKAKlt, Jolllt usrsott, SR., I n-i t Vlte Fraa't F. It, Howe., Cashier. Los Angeles National Bans, NO. M NORTH MAIN STRICT, Lot Au Kule.. t ill, , 41APITA1.. aioo.oou IllllFATllllM : Un. W tl. CoollHlK, (VI.. II 11. Mm mi. « I'kkhv M. Batata, JiittN HavaoM, Ba , lIH. 11. S.M- mil nil. V. 0. Mum. Hell. 11, HuM-IIBAhK. aaTßichantre lor eale on all the principal ottlefl ol the iriilttal Stale and Kuroim. nihil Loudon. Paris uu American Bank .1.1 Ml I F.ll > 206 Sansome St., San Francisco. Authorlat-ri Capital. • t; I.tMNMMHI Muhan-IIM-il Capital, - LaWt.tMMI Ot which t'IWQ.oJO have lieen called in, and r'ntl.oooaio .ulijoct to call with one month', no. Itlreirtora: WILLIAM PATEHSON, K»|., (Meeart. I'atonon and Sllnolid.) I.itinl.ill and nltlttapore. JAtllS WIIITTAI.I.. F.-0... (Ule of Meaara. Jar dine, Matin mm ,V IV, t'hliial. l.Di.il.in, S VV JAMF.H I.A KllSTAlNK.K*|.,(Adinini»tr»t,irSo clout Ottoniatte, t'olietalttlliople), IjOUdoN, SIIIHMDNU l.lll'lS HIMON, Fa.,., London, X li. MISInN I.A/.AKIi, F.«| , (llea.ni. Uzard Front At t'le.), I'arii. gUK LAZAIIU, Fag., (Metera. Laurd Fr.ru.& Clo ), I'arla Managera In Man VranrlMtva. lIAVIIi HAIIN Matiaccr KIIKKNI-: AIKVKII Null Hammer ■ikaii •rrii'K, O and 10 Tolcenhouae Yard, Lotli* bury. kOMHOH, London Hankera, HANK OF St'OTLANII LONHON ActvntN. NKW VtiltK Aitencv ol the London, Purls and Anteri.an Hunk, Limited, tli Kv.i-hai.Ke t'lai c. PARIS Meaara. Laitard Krcrra atle . In Rue Nto. I'utthl. Having- tucceeded to the hiiaiticwt ol Meaara. Laeard Krelet, Mao Franeiaco, ac are how pit - |vai'cd to do it irmioral hunking lni.ine<ts. Hilla of exi-haiiKe and telegraphic Iranafer. hoiiKht and Mild on tlrcat Britain, Ireland, France, UartttaH.v, Itelttititn, Holland, Nvvltaer land, t'ltina, Ja|etn, Attatralia, t't-utrul and .Smith America, and principal citiea ol the fulli-d States. ttIMMKKI'IAI. and TRAVELERS' t'RKUITM inauod, availotile in all parte ol the world. t'OLLKLTIONS MA UK at current ratea of |X ' TJau'e t'ERTIEHJATFS OF UKI'OSIT and re ciiie Uepiwite on open acioiinte. HL'I.LION HOI UIIT AND SOLI). Iliiitnll ■J « ■ -I- - - 1-- Buena Vista. MR. CARL SEIDEL parabaaad the "Buena VUlu" booaa of enttii-taiuiiiciit of Mr. J. Fbillippi, on Fort Hill, will be |vleaaed tn sue all of the old jiutroltitof this beautiful location, wliich cottiinanda a view of tbe City of l.os Angelea, when be will ftirnitth the best wtuett and liijtiora in the market, witb tbe beat of luncbes served in au prorad style. Tbe patronatie of the public is respect fully solicited. Tito Buena Vista will be npeii day and eveutug. mfU ii" MECHANICS' MILL. TIIOM MTWVKI.a., Manufacttlter ol SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, And all klndt ol MOLDINC, SCROLLWORK A TURSINC, ta AI.AMK.UA ivTRECT. tnarajti University of California. Admission Examinations. naatlaallaai Im admi-wion to the l oivertlt) ol Calilornia will lie held in Room 11, Nnrm.il School ltuil<iiii<r, LOS ANGELES, May I'MU, :tOlli and :tls(, fandiiUtw uk." i iH.rUoh' ol thL-auHjwts • in M iv nuvl tin' r.-niiiiMiiii/ miijti tA in Anmixi, at , Brlk.U-V. t'wndiilalrs Itttottdlng lo Mitel a *Mf Irom tbu pfMSMttHM Ml takuikli> tltn or inoru of the «u,.jtvni an ami 11 ivd mi panf l» of I'nivt r»ltj MUlrtin Mo. 8 mk| Im WMnlMtt on iUe riwwiUi intt r. .nnr.-uK .its (~r K diiiissi«n in May. is*;. C. DUCOMMUN, JUST RECEIVED, DIRECT FROM EUROPE, A lame UtVOtM ot the belt i|iialil) of lleilye Slti ara. Pmoiaf Sbeara, Knives, ] Saws, Kugli.li Table aud Bucket , Cutlery, etc. Altrara on kand tkt most complete ttoek of Hard.are and Mr.-hal.ica Toll ol every de tOTtatioa: alas Wire cluth ol every • r -and i....1. Aaaav.ra inillila Fancy U.eala and ttaefal artl. le. id all) kind thatu.a) lie deal.id. C. DUCOMMUN, \u\I IN North Main .Struct. Lo* AnirelM W. OLMSTED, RTOVB KABO BO*. Htone lmildintcs, fountlations and rea. rvoir*. | AH k .11 l- <>f stouv tnaaonry ilona |>rum|>tl> at , A4T AddrtM iv call tat liuLl Hot*!, I-as ' Aii|!tltrs, ■Vtl Jul LKOAL. Proposals for Grading and Improve ment of Washington Street, Be tween Main Street and ftan Pedro Street. Notice Is hereby given that waled proposals will be received U tin* un.ttr*-ikup to the ( meeting nt the Council ol the city of Loo An , gelea i f May 28th, A. I*. 1884, for tho ifrs-lu-g and Improvement of Waablugton street, between Main street ami San IVdrti stieer. In ai-ronlanee with Kesnhitinn No. 270 of the Mayor and Cc ill ol the city of lot Angeles ordering fcaid ( grading and improvement, upproved May 13 h, ( AH propi*sals offered shall 1« acoouipanled by J s . heck payable to the orJer .if the Mayor of thi« | . it, of Los Angeles m.d certified f respossi ble bank In an amount ot at least t2f.l.4ti. J ThuCotiDoil rcicrvesthe right to reject any ( and all ttida By order of the Council nf the City ol Los An selesat Ita meeting nl May HHh A. D IHK4. geiesai iv. m X w w K(>fl , SHoN( ) Clerk of the Council of tho i ity ot !.o* Angeles. ' \A» Aogelos, May 20th, 1884. mN j Notice of Application for I Oity Deed. ■ Ntitlce Is hereby given that application will be < made to the council of Ihe « ity of Los Angeles i »t the session ol i-ald Count ii to be held May I ■.-nth, lor s quit claim deed lo rruncds I l.eiuaire • f all that lot of land situate in tin . ilv ; it nd coiiiit vot lios Augeles, Slate of California, i I, b.d and described as follows: Cuiiuueti. i ing at tbe north east corner ol this lot, at a i point where a line drawn through the middle of the partition brick wall between this lot and < that of P. McFadden, decnaseil, cuts the western : line of New High street, whioh point is 107 feet S. 21' W. Irom the south lino of Short street; : thence along said western line of New High i street, S. 21* W. 60 bet 4 inches, t > the fence on the dividing line between this lot and that conveyed hy the City of Los Ange.es to P. Ikuuec, April 12, 18ti2; thence along lbs same N. 76,* W. Iff let to eastern tine of Buena Vlsti s reel, thence along the samo N. 22*' E. 60 feet 4 inchev thence along the fence and the mbldie line of the aforesaid brick wall, ua the dividing line of this lot and that or P. McFadden, deceas ed S 7i»i u E. 172 feet tv the place of beginning deference is made to the abstract of tltle.petlt lon and map now on file In my office, antl all iiarties iiileresle-l aie hereby notified that they are roqueted to file their objections, if any they have, H writing at least one day before said session of tho Council ot Msy 2bth, 1881. W. W. KOUIttSU*, Clerk of the Council of the city ot Los Angeles. Los Angeles, May oth, leb4. Award of Contract for Grading and Improvement of Summit Avenue. No ice ia hereby given tint at the meeting of the Council uf the city of Los Augeles, held on the l»th day of May, A. D. 1884, a oontrsit for the grading and Iniprov* mont wf Summit avenue from Pleasant street to a bridge on said Summit ttvenhe H72 ftet Irom tho VV. bound»r> of Pleasant street in aocov a tee with Resolution No. 100, approved October 10th, A. D. M*M by sai l Cnum ll awarded to M. Chick snd M. H. Caasldv f. r the Mi,n of d:,285 4U Clerk ol the Council of the City of Los Angelos. Los Ang.lcs. May 20, A. D. 1884. niy2l 61 Assessment for Grading and Im provement of Main street Be tween California street and Washington street. Notice ll hereby given that the assessment roll for snd on account of the grading end tin provement of Main street, between California street antl Washington street, Is on file in my office, having been so filed Msy 20th, A. D. 1884, and the isl i assessment roll In now open for public in.p.rtlon flf. W. ROBINSON, Clerk ol the Council «f Ihu City of Loa AnjolM. UU AlKele., C 1... M.v tmn. A. 11. 18M. uiyaist Owners of Property on Pearl Street from Fifth street to Temple street Are requested to nioet .t the office of the Olty Survnor, No. fi, W. Hr.t «t™t, .ttr.u., on Friday. May IBd, 1884 , , Uv order ol tho Council ol the City ol im An «elM »t IU meetinit ol May mth, A. 11. ISM. W. W. ROBINSON, Clerk ol the Council ol the City ol Ixw Anneles. Lo. Angelea, May 20th, 1384 ■ Notice to ureditors. In th. Superior Court of th. County of Loa Angelm, State of California. In the mailer ol the eat .te ol Walter B. Work man, deceaaeil. Notice l> hereby (liven by the undersigned, ad minietrator ol the entate of Walter B. Horkmau, deceoaed, to the creditors 01, and all person, having; claims afralnst the aaid deceased, to exhilst lliein with the neccasury vouuhers, within ten months alter the first pntjlicatlan of this notice, to the said ulnilnLatrator, at his residence. N. W. corner of Kleienilt and Main struts. In the city ol l.os Aniteles, county ol Los Anxeles, SUto Calilornia. lI.UAH 11. WORKMAN, Adiuioi.trat.rrl the esUte ol Walter B. Work. Hated at Los Angeles, April t, 1884. Wm. A Chemy, Attorney lor Administrator. ap»<» Notice of Street Wont. Puhlie noUoe is hereby xiven that the Council ol the fc'lty of Los Angeles passed on tn. 14th day of April, A. P. 1884, a Resolution ol Inten tion, which Resolution waa approved on the tilth day of April, 1884,: providing '<>' the censtruc- Branch Public Sewer on Main street, Between Arcadia street t Bath street. And all persons interested are relerred to said Resolution ol Intention now on llle In the olllce of the Clerk ol the Council lor further Crtlculars, a copy ol said resolution may found In Ihe oflicc ol the Superintendent of Street. X 11. BOYD, Superl'iteudent of Streets. Los Angelea, April «!, 1884. ap»3 lot Notice of Application for Deed. Application will lie made to the Mayor and Council ol the city of Loa Aagele. on Monday, June -2d, 18S4, tor a quit claim deed from said i ,iv Hi a II Chapman of all that re.l property in the city ol Loa Angeles, county ol Los An geles. State of California, described as fellows: lot No. five (I.) in llloek No. throe |.1| of Old's Survey, of la>« Angeles city, haviriK a frontage ol Vi i feet and a depth ol 108 feet. Hcrereni c is hereby made to petition, abstract ol title alio map ol ssiil property now on file in the oftlie of the' undersigned, «ith whom all oh ).. tun. to the granting ot au-h deed must lw nl, .l I,etore the day named lor making such (ap plication. W. W. ROBINSON, Clerk of the rouncil ol the City of Los Angelea. May 21et, 1884. IMB » Notice to Creditors. Kstate ol Nicholas Mueller, decease.!. Notice la hereby given by the underalgneil, Rudolph Mueller, administrator ol the estate of N ohofas Mueller, deceased, to the creditors 01, and all persons hsvine, claims against tho said deceased, to eihlhlt mm) with the necessary vouchers, within lour months alter the first publication ot this notice to the said Rudolph Mueller, at the office ..I Tho. B. Brown, Rooms No. 11l and m. Temple Block, In Ihe city ol Los Angeles, the same being tho place lor the trana action of the business of the said 0.t.1c in t >i>< .itv and count* of Los Angeles. State of ralifor nla RUDOLPH MIIFLLK.It. Adiolniatrator ol the Kstate of Nicholas Mueller; deceased. Dated at Aogeles. Cal., May 21st, 1884. m2VI 4w To New Coiners and Old Oeerti New and second-hanil Furni ture Imi un Ii I. sold and repaired. Screen Hours, Safes and Windows made and repaired. All making and repairing done on hut -t notice, and. a. wu have v llrstilas. aorkman. will guarantee si.tisf.rti.,n to our patron.. No. 117 Brodie Blocs, near Turmer.in Hall, South Mpi lug .truct. STONE & GODFREY. received and filled. in> bitl sJT. FLBOK, No. 10 Alameda Street, near XL .• or Work. Contractor for all Kinds of Wood Work. BANK, PAR, AND STORK lIXTIIRE MADK toorde on short notice Jaullltl J. J. MELLUB Commission Merchant, NO. 7 LOB ANOBLBB ST. Grain and all Kinds of Country Produce. tr ATTENTION FARMERS *m Seed Wheat ror Hale. , DF.PIANCK, WIUTK, RUSSIAN A\.i \ ORDKSSA WHEAT ' BF.ARDLRSS AND BALD BARLF.Y. < Also sgent lor Taqiey k Klrkpatrioks trior- 1 ougbbred SPANISH MKRINO SHEER 100.000 MHKKP rOB HAI.K. I Sole Agfot for the Champion Harbeo Wire aad Chicago OalTauizod Heawemei ate.l. ..■■oil ' INrtUKANCB AOKNCIKH. W. M. rMWIaI Tuao Si «.asL..u Siiiiunerland Sl Plevhis, LOAN, REAL ESTATE, MINING AND INSURANCE AGENCY, No. «4I North Main Street, Us Augales, Cal. (Formerly I'.rui.rs a Msrch.uU' Bank, aplstt THE MUTUAL Life Insurance Domp'y »»§' NRW lIIHK, I—l. the oldest autiee Life Inauranco Comfiany in shit Country. I -Ii tbe largest Ufa Insurance Com pany, l>y many miliums of dollars, in the World. 3- In Rates of Premium, aro lower | than nnv oilier Company. 4 — It ha. in. "Stockholders" lo claim any put of it" profile. J ft—ft offer, no Schemes under the name of Inmirance. ft* the .pec ulation Ly .|ncial classes upou the niiaforllllie. of each other. ft -I is preeent avnilalilti Cash Resources : netted thoaa of auy Life liiiuiauce Company In the World. Its Cash Assets on the Ist of Janu ry, 1884, amount to more than OSI HUBDSIO SSB OSB MILLIONS OF DOLLASS. Any desired information will be cheerfully furnished by G. A. DOBINSON, Resident Agent, Offlee ol Dablnson & Kalrchild, IO COMMERCIAL SInRET, three doors from Main street api.t Im FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY. Transatlantic Fire Insurance Co., of Hamburg, in re insurance wllhstlteen other European Com panies. Combined capital, »»,lIOO,OUO, ol which 17,660,000 I. paid up. Auteriu.li Central, ol St. Louts; cash assets, over •1,11.1,000: capital paid up, MOO.ni*); surplua, 1204,080 02; losses palu on Chicago lire, i«<i,i>«. North Oorman Insurance Company; capiul and assets, »2,;iMt.3»■ .tel. London and Northwestern; capiul, »5,000,f>30. Aocldent and Llle Imruralice. P. PHILLIP, Commercial Street, No. 9. P. PHILLIP a 00., novSS If REAL ESTATE AGENTS. IMPERIAL FIRE INSURANCE CO., Of London. (Instituted 1808.) LONDON ASSURANCE CORPORA'N, Ol London Established I'M ) NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMP'V, Of London and Aberdeen (Established 1816.) QUEEN INSURANOE COMPANY, OlLivsrpool. (Established 181.7.) Aggregate Assets Over $4.(,<Mt*),000. 4 Joint Policy of the four Com panies Issued at tbe Los Anseles Olllce. Ceo. B. Drakenfeld, Agent. Kob't M. Thompson, Asalatant. OFFICF.:~No. U's North Main street, over First National Bank, Los Angeles, Cal. mhlKlm C. E. DE FOREST, ua.sssA.*srsajvc.. Room 11, Schumacher Block, opposite Postofllce, Los Angeles, Cal Practical working tests mode. Mines examined and re)iorted on. Petroleum examined. Fire tost of Kerosene given. Analysis of mineral ores and waters. ASSAY PRioes. Silver »I.OK Oold 1.60 Cupper l.fiO Lead IM 5.1.,.i ond gold IMI Silver, Oold sod Lead S.t» Silier. Hold and Copper 3.00 s.U, t, i;,. 1.1, Cppcrant Lead 4.10 Tin 6 00 Nickel 6.00 Samples hv mail or express, when sccompau- Ird hi the p ice aud lull directions, will reo lye prompt attention. my-7tl W. B. TULLIS, Watchmaker & Engraver, AT THE Diamond House, 273 If. Main Bt, Opposite Baker Block, Los Angeles, Cal Fine Watch Repairing and Letter and Mono gram Engraving, strictly rir.t class work aud at Reasonable rstes. esTltelcrs to his customers tor the pa-t ten years in Los Angelos. ap2olin UrowiuK Grain Insured against h ire, in reliable Amer ican and Foreign Oompanien. Solicitors are now in the Meld. W. J. Brodrick. Agent, No 6 Commercial Street. »27 I m L. J. LOCKUART. O. 11. LOCKIIART LOCKHART & SON, -DEALERS IN- Hay, Grain and Mill Feed, i: lIAV A SPECIALTY. /crocons ■aw ii STORE AGENCY Qeneral Commission Business, C. G. QILLMORE, II North Spring St., Room I. Lo. Angeles, C.I. Psrties desirous of dislioslrgof the ! r business, or wishing to engage in business, .ill do well to oall on me, as 1 lut.e special lacillllea for such transactions. mylt! FURNISHED ROOMS, IMeaaaiilly located and neatly furnlsbed, TU LKT, RraJ Oil EN SUITE l Corner tort and Frttuklin streets, one block Irom Posu'rQoe. dSlti Tdolph boeckman7 ' Lni-kMiiiili A Rcll-liaugcr. Al> kinds ol repsirlng promptly attend.d to, and work guaranteed. No Kit t'lr.t, near l.n« Ansjrlrn Mt i my I'll LEO AL. HOTICt TO COSTIUCTOSS. Heal. .1 prop-mull. »111 l» received b, the Bo.rd olUtr«.t.n..| the An.l.,in. i ....... « ir.r loni puir, up to Huunlav. M.y «th, ls«, at 2 n o'clock c. ... for cln..iili.« the ('oin|.iun -.htrtuH n in .coonl.nce with the .ue<-iflf.tioii. j.r.|*red l.y tl 11. c. Kell.vtf. the f.omuMiiv . Knifineer. »ml .11 c work t. he accepted .Hl.Ject tn his upprov.l. « The Hv.nl reaerre. thy right to reject any or v all bi.ba. m Direct hide to the iiiuleniiirfu*! at Anaheim. ■ and eiidoMe on the envelope, "|.ropu».L to clean p Jit.li, a Bp order of the Board of Director*. HICIIARII MELKUSK, Secretary Anaheim, Hay 1K ( 18»4. iiiyir.t.l .1 SSTIGE >• hereby given that the Bunker Hill Avenue tn teiialon r*rade aMieauuent roll ha.been received by the Buperliilendant ol Mtreete, arkl Ihat all auui. , levied and aaaetrwd In aaid uxzeMment roll, are I now due and Jwyable inimediatoly and that the payment of .aid .uml la to be made to him within (JO) thirty day. from th. date of the flrat publication of thia notice; and all aamMiuent. not paid before tho expimtlon of aaid thirty (JO) J day. will lie declared to lw dotlmiuent, and that 1 thereafter the auui of Aye ( .) per cent, upon Ih. amount of each delinuuenl aaaeatinent, together . wi.h the coat of advertising each delinquent as- : aawruent, will be added thereto I K. 11. IU IV 11, Hupt. of Street.. Loi Angeles, May 14, lUtt. 101 uiyl6 t SOTIGE Is hereby given that the Montreal street grade as- c sessmeut roll bet veen Bunker Hill Ave nue Kxteusloti snd Canal and Reservoir street* bash-en rocelved by the Superintendent I of Streets snd that all Bums levied aiidassessed iv . said assessment roll are now due ami paya able iiuiuedlate'y and that the payment I ol said sums Is to bo mode to him within t (HO) thirty days from the date of the Drat public*.- i tion of this notice, and ail assessment* not paid • before the expiration of said thirty (80) days will i be declared to be delinquent and that thereafter i the sum of five (A) per cent, upon tho amount ot t each delinquent aaser>sm«i.t, together with th> ( co«t of advertising each delinquent assessment, I will be added thereto. 1 X H- BOYU, Hupt. ol Streets. Lo* Angeles, May 14. 1884. lot my IS > Guardian's Sale of Real Estate. ! Ia the Superior Court of tbe County of I Los Augeles, State of California, * Order to Show Cause ou Application of Guardian < for Order of Sale ol Resl Fttats. 1 In tho Matter of the E-dale and Guardianship ol ! Catherine I Howard, Insane. It appearing to thh Court from the petition < this day pre ented and filed by V. E. Howard, , the guardian ol the person and c-tjtc ol Cath erine F4. Howard, sn Insane person, praying lor 1 an order of sate of wrtoln real csiUte belonging j to hi* said ward that it would b* beneficial to said ward that such real esUte should be sold: , It Is hereby ordered, that tbe next of kin of < the said ward and sll persons Interested In the , said estate, sppesr before this Court on , Thstrsrluy the 4*fH l>u> ef May, i A, I*. IW*4, 1 At li o'olock A. M., at the Court-room of this Court, st the city of Los Angeles, In the ciunty of Los Angeles, where.n presides the undersigned, Judge of said Court, then snd there tj show cause why sn oidrr sbouN not bs granted lor I he sals of such sstst* st private sale as prayed tor In said petition. And it is further ordered, that a copy ot this order 1* published at least three successive weeks before the said dty of hearing, in the l«os ' Akoslm Mailt Ussalo, a newspaper printed snd published In said county of Los Angeles. Hate I and done In open Court this 28th day of 1 April, 1884. spSOtd HENRY M. SMITH, Judge of the Superior Court of Los Angeles County. ' ASSESSORS OFFICE. ; NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS. All persons, Inns, companies, corporations and associations are required to deliver at tbe A-se«sor'* office, Court House, Imniediatoly, a sUteinent under oath ol nil the property, both real and perso si, owned or claimed by bim, her or them, or lv their possession » r held in trust for others, at IS o'clock meridian Oa the IM Mo a Hay sfMsrch, lNfsVft, In accord inc.* with the New Constitution. Refusal or neg ect to make a sworn statement ol all the property owned or held in trust will subject the person so refusing or neglecting to make such sworn statement to the lull penalty o( tbe law—one hundred dollars fin* and guilty ot a niisdemoanor. All p?nnos owning real estate that hs* hereto fore been assessed In the wrong nam* on the Resl KsUtc Atseatinent rtoll. or who have pur chased resl estate within the last year, are re quested to appear with their deeds at the Assess efs office arid have the proper change* made tor the year 1884. I nmediate attention Is necessary, si work on the Holt has alresdy been tommenced. Proper blanks may be obtained at the Aastu- Th* Foil Tax ot two dollars I* now due and psysUeatthisoffiveortoslleputv Assessor. (earnestly request tf each and every taxpay er to file hi* statement Immediately aud co-op erate with the office in saving expense R. UILDKRRAIN, apSS Im Assessor of Lo* Angeles County. Sale of County Bonds. Notice la hereby gl en, that, VYuraSA*. There Is now and was on ths Ist day ol January, ISSO, an ouUt Hiding indebted ness ol Los Angeles county evidence* by lioods the-eof. to the amount ol eighty-four tbousand five hundred (SSI 6n») dollars, bvaring Inteteat at the rate ol tea per tent. ]*r annum, and which said imtebtednesa was create.l and whkh Ikumlb were Issued under the provisions ol an Act of the Legislature of the SUte ot California, entitled ' An Act to authorise the board of Suptrviaois of the county of Ism Angeles lo take and subscribe the sum of on* hundred and Idly thousand dol lars to the capital stock of the ism Angelesand 1 Man Pedio Railroad Company, In the county of 1 Los Angetc*. and to provld* lor the payment of , the lime and other matters relating thereto," | approve*! February I. ItHW, which said tmed were all Issued between December 16, lStts, snd , September 6, ISCll.both <'ays Inclusive, snd pava- ; ble lltteeii years after their several date*: snd, | Wiibsrss. Tbe Bosrd of Supervisors of said 1 county did, in con ptlsnoe with the Urine of sn 1 Act of the Legislator* of said SUte, entitled "An 1 Act to e«Ublish s uniform system of County snd Township Governments," approved March 14, 1 1884, ou the v. nth day of May. ISM, duly re- 1 solv* to, snd did funds .id IndcbfsKlnea* and is- , sue for fuch purpose eighty four(B4. of the bonds ; of said county of tbe denomination of one thous and I*loo > dollars eu-h, numbered r«psotively , from 110 S4 inclusive, and one of the bond- o said county of the denomination of five hundred , (*600) dollars, nuwbered Bfi, all of ds&s July 1, 1--4, having twenty (20> yuan to run,.but re 1 deemable at any time, at the pleasure of said < county, and tieanng Interest at six per cent, per , annum, such interest pet able semi annually at the office ef tbe Irt usurer ol said county on the first day of July aud January of each year, on ' presentation and surrender of the In tor est con pons attached to such bonds; snd, Whssias, Said Board did duly direct the un . tiers gnsd, as Treasurer ot said county, to adver tise lor bids for the purchase of said bond* so is sued aa aforesaid, 1 Therefore, In accordance with law and the j resolution of said Hoard of Supervisors, notice is , further given that the uiiovrsiirnr d, as Treasurer I of snld county, do** hereby offer said bonds lor 1 ■ale, and bid-, for the purchase of the same will be received at the office of said Treasurer, in the I dty ol Lo* Angelea, from this date to and until I th* TM Ird Day or Jane, IH*i4. At 10 o'clock A. M., whin such hbls will lie , opened s>nd such bonds sold to the highest bid der; Provided. That none ol said bonds will bs sold tor leas than tbe lace 1 sine, nor shall any sale thereof be final or valid until approved by said Board of Supervisors. Tbe right Is hereby expressly reserved to re ject any or all aroreeidd 1. id*. , All such bids must be accompanied by s duly , certified check to the amount Of ten (10) percent. . of the bid. J. YY. BRoAllßfi, County Treasurer. By JOHN MILNKR, Deputy. Office of ihe Treasurer ol Loa Angel.« County, Us Angeles, Msy 10. ISB4 mayll Hw ( Notice for Publication of Time for ,' Proving Will, etc. IN THE HUPRRIOR COURT. \ STATE OF CALIFORNIA, ( J County ol Los a .... 1.1 1 w< In the matter ol thu osUte of Archlbold S Maxwell, dweesed. 1 Pursuant to an order of this Court, mode thle 1 ■ U, .none,- isherel.v given that Thursday. IhcSifd day of May, 18S4, at lo o'clock s. in ot said day. at the court room ol this Court, In th. clli and count, of Ism Augelus, has been *ppoin!#d for hearing the applicationolCharlolUH.Masweil ■-n.l l.c 11 ll.Maxwell,pravlogthatadocunwntno* on file in this Court, purporting to b* the Ust #111 I and testaiuetilof Archlbold B.M*xwell,deccn*ed,bs »d mi tied to probate, end that letters UstamenUry Im- issued thereon to I bar lot tc H. Maxwell and John 11. Maxwell, st which time and place »D persons in | ter.-Ht.-d therein may appear and contest the Dated May oth, 1884. • . A. W. POTTS, County Cerk. By B. K. TaSBT, Deputy. mylutd t Notice to Creditors. EsUU of Thomas McL&lii, deceased. ) Notice Is hereby given by the undersigned ■ sdmlulstrwtrlx of the e*taU of Thomas < McLaln deceased, to tn* credltorsol, and all per 1 sons lisvlnt' claim* agalust tne said deceased, ' to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, • within ten month* after the first publics < Hon of thle noth* to the aaid admituatra 1 trli, at th* office of Bickuell A White. Room 11, 1 Temple Block, city of Loi Angeles, In the said ] county ef Los Angeles. IDONIA Mi LAIN. 1 Administratrix of tho esUU of Thomas McLaln, 1 deceased. Dated nt bo* Angeles, April with, 1884. sssylg ' Notice to Creditors. F-staU of Isaac N. Cooper, deceased. Notice ia hereby given by tbe undersigned. 1 Executors of the last Will of Isaac N. Coopi r, deceased. to th* creditors of ami all 1 persona having claim* against the said deceased. In exhibit thorn with the nect-sserv Voucher*, within ten (10) months after the first publication J of this notice, tn the said Executors, at the offics C of Ilk-knell A White, |Room 11, Temple block, J in tb* city and county of Los Angels*. f 8. M. DAYIDSON and KUUKNU COOPER, | Executors of the Estate of I. N Cooper, ds s ceased. Ml Dated st Los Angeles, April SO, 1884. . rosylS / LBOAL. Notice of Intention. Notloe is hereby m vmi that ii is the Intention , r.l tli..- t ouriL-il ol tbe Cil> of Loa Angeles to mt- \ i.,M.-r. tb« grade ul Seventh street, troin Pesvri J •ti,. *in Altarado street, as follow*: At the in- : t.-rs. i tbn of Peart aud Seventh streets the untie , ■Imi 110 a* now cala Wished, 14 feel above t t> 1 tUlum plant ;at * point on Seventh street SOU 1 Iwt't v,est af I'aarl atieeL the X nds shall be on the north side of the -tiout i» feet above the da 1 nun plane and *i the south aide of the street 18 leet above the datum plane; at a point on Her- * with -itiuet U 0 f«H't ««.t ol Pearl street thugrade v shall Ih- an the north side of tho street SB feet above the datum plan ■ aud on tha south sl.Je of the stre. Tvs feet above the datum plane; at a point on Seventh street bt>o feet weet ef Pearl - street the trade shall he 1,1 feet shove thu datum plane: at a point on Seventh street ut>i leet west of Pearl street the grade shall lie on ihe north I side of Ihe street fa) feet above the datum plane t aud un the soui h side of tbe street 56 feet above t the datum plane; at a point on Seventh street I I tOO leet wa*t of I'uarl street the grade shAll he i a« feet above the datum plane; at a point on \ Seventh strcut 140U leet weit of Pearl street the * grai.e shall lie :t-» ftnt above the datum plane, at \ a point on Seven ih street X.m lest west of Pearl ■ street the grade shall be 41) feet above the datum i plane; at a point on Seventh street ILSOO feet west t ol Pearl stre<-t the Krade shall be bl feet above i the datum plane; at a point on Seventh street * IVSJO feet west ol Petal street the grade shall be i on the north side nl the stre .I'M feet above the datum plane and on tin* south side of the street 27 feet niiove the datum plane; at v point un Seventh street feet west of Pearl atreet the grade shall beon the north - ide of the street 45 feet above tho datum plain- and on the south side ol the street 43 feet stave the datum plane; * at a po>nt on Seventh street a (CO feet west of 1 Cearf street the grade shall be 41 feet above tbe 1 datum plane; ut a point ou Seventh sirtet 24(H) ■ feet west of Pearl street the grade shall be 34 < feet above the datum plum; at anoint ou Seventh " street 2600 feet west of Pearl street the grade 1 sli.ill be 31 feet above the d .turn plane; at a point ' on Seventh street 28 mj feet west of Pearl street j the grade shall beon the north side of thn street ' 44 feet above the datum plant) aud on the south side of the street it feet above the datum plane: at a point on Seventh street auoti feet west ef < Pearl street the gride shall be 44 feet above the 1 datum plane; at the intersection of Vernon aye- 1 nue and Seventh stree; thu grade shall Is* 4» feet 1 above the datum plane; st a point 200 feet west of Vernon avenue the grade shall be 4 i feet abovethedatu.o plane; tt the Intersection of Union avenue and Seventh street the grade shall be 40 feet above the dituin plane; at a is hit ill) feet westerly from Union avenue the grade shall be fd feet above the datum plane; at a point Mi) 1 feet westerly from Union avenue the grade, shall be AS feet above Ihe datum r lane; at a point 101,) teet westerly from Union avenue the g.ade shall be 20 feet above the datum plane; st a point 1110 teet westerly from Union avenue the grade ' shall be 15 feet above the datum plane; at the in tersection of Alvarado street and Seventh street the grade shall be fi feet below the datum plans. All persons interested are hereby notified to tile their objections in writing, if any they have, with the Clerk of tho Council within ten days after the date of the first publication of this no tice. By order of the Council of the City of Los Au geles st its meeting of Msy 12th, A. D. 1884 W. W. BOBINSON, Clerk of the Council of the City of Los Angeles. Los Angeles, Uay ISth, A. D. 1884. my 14 lot SUMMONS. In Ibe Justices Court ef Wilmington Township, uf the County of Los Ange les, State of California. Betrie Bennett, Plaintiff, j T<«. ' Summons. || Fred Burke, Defendant. J The people of the State of California send greeting* to Fred Burke, Defendant: You are hereby required to appear iv au action brought against you by thn above named plain tiff hi the Jut-tlce's Court of Wilmington Town ship, County of i oa Angeles, State of California, and to answer before the Justice at his utrier In the said Township, the complaint Hied therein within fin- days, (exclusive of theday of service) alter the service on jou of this summons-if served within the Township In which tbi*. action is brought; or, If served out of Bold 'township, but In said County, within ten days; or within twenty days If served elsewhere Tbe said act on is brought to recover of you the sum of thirt) -six 26-It 0 dollars gold coin ot the United Stales of America allctreu to be due the said plainlilf for board and lodging had at her house in the Township of Wilmington, County of Los Angelas, at > cur special instance andreques; for further particulars reference Is ha<l to annexed copy of bill of complaint on file iv this office and you are hereby notlned that it you fail to so appearand answer said complaint, us above reqtllrud, sai l plaintiff will take Judg mentagalnst you for mitt together with coat* ot lids suit. Make leual service and due return hereof. Utven under my hand this 2d day of Msy, 18S4 J. F. 0, JollNSuN, Justice of the Peace ol said Township. A title copy: UEU. DEAYEK, Constable, mylc-Sin Certificate of Co-partnership. STATK OF CALIFORNIA, > Cm n rv or Los Amours. I We. the undent*ned. do hereby cerlffythst wo are partners transacting *ni«ineaa in this State, at the County ef loa Angeles, under the Ann name and style of Wagenbauh * terrain, that the names In full nf all the members of such paitin-rihip lire Charles Wugenbaeli and A. tor rain and that the places.d onr respective resi dences aru set opposite our reapectivc nanus hereto aubrcribed. In witness) * hereof we have hereunto Set our hands this fifteenth day nf May, l*s4. CIIAKLI s WAIIK.NBACII, Los Angeles, Call fsmls. A. LOKUAIN.LoHAngcIes, California. mvU)w4 Delinquent Sale. COLTON LIMB COMPANY.-Location of prln dp.il place uf business, Los Angeles, Los An- B:lMcouutv. California. oTICE. There are r*«lluquent upon the fol lowing described stock, ou account of assewmeut levitd on the 26th day of March A, l>. I*B4, the several amounts set oppoalte the names of tbe re spective sliareholders. as follows: Number Number Name". Certificate. Sharea. Amount. Pacific M. AR. Co. I „ 2M *l 600 Or J. fIT I Mill, I " ' 0 L K. Ohnstrvd. " 233* 1,800 68 W. I>. C. Franklin « 60 400 00 A. 11. Miller " W 400.6» And in accordance with law, so many shares of each parcel of such stock as may be necessary will tm sold at public auction, at the r fAos uf the Company, IIV N. Lus Augeles street, l.n* An gi-les, California, on Thursday, the SSd day of May, A. It 1884, at Ihe hour uf 2 r. BL, oi -.itch day, to pay delinquent a-e»essnieiils thereon, to gether with coats ol advertising and expense*) of sale A. 11. MII.LEH, Secretory, Ofßcc 1 lt# N. Los Angeles Ht , LOS Angeits. Cala ssjMM Notice la hereby given that Ihe al-ove sale is postponed till June ':4th. 1884, at thn »ame hour and place. A. M vill.l.ni. Secreury. l.os Angeles, May M, 1884. Notice to Creditors. In the superior Court of L v Angetss County. Inrsthe RstslS uf Pedro M Vsjaf. deota cd. Rstata ol Petlro M. Vejar, d.c*a*ed, no tice is hereby given by the avaaWhyitaSkl administratrix, willi thy will annexoil, of the estate t.f Pedro M. Vejar. deees***, to ttu creditors of, and all BSMsMM having claims against the said dwwased- to exhibit thsm with the nececssary viaichers. within h'ur month* afl«r th*- Hrat puldlcaUon of this notice, to the said administratrix at tbe nhlcu of Howard & Kolrttrts, Room 6, Wilcox block, Spring street, Los Angelas city, that be ing the place tor ihe transaction of business of said estate. MARY E. VKJAIt, Administratrix with ths will annexed ol P.M. Vejar, Jeceassd. Dated at Los Angeles. April 25, 18*4. , a|»-26 4w Dissolution Notice. Nolire is hereby k 'iven that tbe copartnership b, i, u.n.l,' eMitmg between M. X. Itowellaiid Oei rge F Dewing, as proprietors nf tho Natick Ilr.uw. in the city of Los Angeles, is hereby- dis solted by mntuul Oeoiye F. Dewing re tiring from said business. Mr. M. H. Bow el I re inHinin k ' in ehirge of said house, who will , ..lb< i and pay all bills nf said firm (< t Howell 4 Dew ing) from snd after this date. M. S. HOWELL, UEO. P. DUWINd. Los AiigWles, April 22d, 1884 ap2o 4w Sealed Proposals. Clink's Owes, Boase or Si riHvisoss, < , Los Ahuklks, May lv, 18*14. \ | Sealed proposals will be received at this office, . until Monday, June 2d, 18<4, at 10 o'clock A. M I for the purchase ot (|4ots)) four thousand dollars of San Pedro School Distilct bonds. Ssld bonds t arc payable as follow**: t Bond No. 1 in three years. Bond Nn. 2 in four years. Bond No. | In five years. Bund No. 4 In sh years. Four bonds of 1)000 each and bearing 7 per cent, per annum interest. The Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. By order of the Hoard of Sujwrvisors. m2JUI A. W. POTTS. Clerk. Notice for Publication of Time for : Proving Will, Etc. IN THE HUPEHIOK COUHT. Stats or Calisossia, m lv the Matter ol the Eatate of E. B. Cbappelow, deceased. Pursuant to an order of this Court made this day notice i» hereby given that Monday, the 2d day of June 1884. at 10 o'clock a. a. of said day nt the Court Room of this Court, In tbe t-ounly uf Los Anf«les.has been appoint tsl for hearing the application of Wm Ohapue low. praying thst a document now on He in this 1 ( uurt ..uriK.rtingtobeUielaStWilland Test* ■uent'of said decsaawd, bf admitted to pro imte and that letters testamentary be Issued thereon to Wm. Chappelow. at which time and place all persons interested therein may appear 1 and contest the same A. W. POTTS, County Clerk. By A. Rispac. Deputy. Dated May 20th, 1884 Oardlner A Stephenson, Attorneys for Petl tioner. in»y2l Notice to Creditors. K-tate of Martin Soellner, decased. Notice ia hereby given by the undersigned, ad ministratrix with the wilt annexed of the esUU Of Martin Hod 1 tier, decoa eil, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims agalust the stdd-nV. ased, to exhibit thorn aith the neeeswti v vouchers, withir I nil months after the first publication nf this notion M the-mid KdinlnUtratti*., with the will annexed, ■ t t tin-orthv of lie-r nliornt-y, Thos. B. Hroan, ......m* N" ul and I p..- llloek. lv the city ,„i, uMt 1,..* Aii.'rk--;, stit (it California. Dated at l-os Angele., May nth, 1884, CsHKIE MOELLNKR, Administratrix, with tiie will annexed, ol the oe tate of tlkrtin hielliier deceased, uiyfl 4w fc MMM ON S. In the Superior Court of the State of California, iv ami lor the County of Los Angeles. Jotbun Bixby mud Humphrey W. Willett, IMnlutiffs, William M. Johnson antl Kclipo Alrarsiiu, De fern but*. Action brought hi the Superior Court ot ths (Hate of California, In and for the County of Los Angeles, and the complaint Hied in said County uf Los Angilei, In the olllce of thu Clerk of said Superior Court. Ths People of the State of California rend greet ing to William M. Johnson wi.d Felip* Alvarado, defendants. You are hereby required to appear In an action brought against >ou by the shove named plain tills in the Hunerior Court ol thu Hutu of Califor nia, tv and lor the county ol Los Angelas, and to answer the complaint Hied therein, within ten days (exclusive of the day of service), after ths service on you of this Summons if sen ed within this county; or, If served elsewhere, within thirty days—or judginunt by default will be taken against you according to the prayer of said com plaint. The said notion Is brought to require you ami each ol you to set rbr£h the nature of jour claims to the real property here., iter described aud to obtain a decree of this Court that plain tiff, Jot ham Bilby, is the owner iv fee of the fol lowing described premlstrs. i|«:. .Ml that real property in the city ot lm steles county of Los Angeles, atate of CaltfarfsW rounded snd described as follows. Cnmuwncimr at the south west corner of said tract at a post of the flumes marked as Station (Done, bolng the northeast corner nf Chavls street ami Lovers' Lane, N 6|* hail, eighty six one hundredths chsius; tbenos N. 24}° East four and 01-100 chains; thence N. 47" K. 2 02-100 chains; thence N. 62}* K. nine ou 100 chains; thence M. &0* E. tour and 45-100 rhulns; thence South Ho|* E. nine 60-100 chains; thence KST VV. two 3 10» chaoa; thenco 8. 86* W. two 10-100 chains; thence N 48* W. nine 86-100 phslrltl thence S. :»0* VV. six 80-400 chains; thoncs N. J"C YY. two 00-10 chains: thence N. 834," W. five Oj-100 chains to point et tieglniilng, accord ing to survey of (leo. Man-an siir.cvur, made March 4, A. ll 18.6. The land above described comprising what is now known as "Mills Sub division of tbe Babichl Tract," as per map rec orded In County Recorder's office of Los Angeles county. Excepting therefrom the trnet of lend previously •olii to LheSouMidrn Pecllki Railroad Company and lots 6 and 6 in block 8 of ssld Be bicbf tract, And that plaintiff. Humphrey YY. YViltetta. is the owner In fas of the fol lowing described prem ises, vis: All that real property in the cfty of Los Angeles, county of Los Angeles, State cl California, known and described as lots 6 ami 0 iv block 3of Mills Subdivision of said* Sabichi And further, that it be adjudged and decreed that you nor either ol you have any right, title or Interest in said premise* or any part thereof, snd that you and each ol you be forever debar red from ever asserting any claim to said piein ises or any pa it thereof adverse to the 'plaintiffs or tithe r of them, and lor costs of suit. Reference is had to complaint for particulars. Aad you are hereby notified that If you fail to appear and answer the said complaint as above required, thu said plaintiff* will cause your de fault to be entered aud apply to tbe Court for the relief demanded. Given under mv hand and the seal of the Su perior Coart of the State of California, In sod lor the county of Los Augeles, this 6th day of Feb ruary in the year ol our Loru, one thousand eight hundred sou* eighty four, f Seal. | A. W. POTTB, mm By A. Kiufau, Deputy. A. It. Judson, Attorney for Plaintiffs. mar 18 «oi Re-Keg-istratlon of Voters, Orr.cs or ths coustt Clbsb or I Los Angeles County, f It is hersby ordered that the County Cleik the county id Ism Angeles, shall procure new books for the registration of the qualified sleo tots ol Los Angeles county snd shall proceed to re legister the voters ol said county In conform ity with the Political Coda of the state of Call "Sac 1004. There most he kept In the office o tee County Clerk of each county, a Urest Regis ter; whenever deemed necessary the Board of Supervisor* of any county may, by order, re quire a re-registration of the voters of ssld county, which said order shall be published ia at least one newspaper pub) : shed in said county lor not less than six mouths preced ing the next ensuing oeuerel election. Such registration -.hall conform in all reap* ■ I * to tha provieiens of thia Cods concerning original regis tration, except that any person applying for re registration shall be entitled thereto upon show lug that his name was enrolled and uncancelled uu the former (treat Register.'' The former Great Register of Los Angeles county mind be preserved by the County Clark, but shall not be used for the uurpoee* ol any election after the Ist day of November, 1884. By order of the Board ol Supervisors of the county ef Is* Angult s, this Sth day ol February, A. IX, 1884. A. W. ItrTTS, feblOOiu Clerk of the Board. Adjudication of Insolvency, Stay of ProciMMlinffß and Order ot Pub lication of Notice to Creditor* In the Superior Court of Ibe County of Loa Angelea, State of California. In the Matter of Henry M. Ames, an Insolvent Debtor. Ilenry M. Ames having filed In this Court hie E rut.on, schedule and Inventory in lnsefvoncy, y which it appnars that he is an insolvent debt or, the said Usury M Aroes is hereby declared to )»e insolvent. The Sheriff of the county ef Los Angelea is hereby directed so Uke possession of all the estate, real and per-onal, of tbe as id Henry M.Au»«-S,iosolVelitdebtor,e*cept*lli h a* may Ik; by law exempt from execution, arid of ssi his deeds, vouchers, books of account, and paper* sad lo keep the same safely until the appointment of an assignee of his estate. AH persons are forbidden to pay any debts to the s.lu IneeHeut, or to de liver any property belonging to him o to any person, firm, or corporation, or association far his ust-. And the said debtor is hereby forbidden to transfer or deliver any prop erty, until the further order ot this Court, ex ceJt as herein ordered. ft Is further entered, that sll the creditors of said debtor be and appear betore ths Hon. V ol uey fc. Howard, Judge ol the Superior Court, of the county ol Loa Angelas, m open Court, at lb* Court room ot Mid Court, in the city snd county ol Lo* Angeles, in the Statu of Calilor Taeaslay the lOth day af J a nr. If****, At lOoVock a. s.,of that day,toprove their debts and choose one or more assignee* of estate of said debtor. It is further ordered, that the order be pub lished in the Loa Angeles Dally Hbaald, s news paper ol general circulation, published In the ssld county of Lo* Angeles, a* often as th* said paper is published before the said day set for the meet ing of creditors. Ami it is further ordered, that, in the mean time, all proceedings against tbu said insolvent be stayed. V. K. HuVYARD, Judge of the Superior Court Hated May 7th, IHS4. mystd Proposals to receive and disburse the public moneys of the City of Lou Angeles, Notice i* hereby given that sealed proposal* will tn- received by the understgnod up to Urn meeting ot the Council of thu <>Ky ol lsw Angele. i of May wth, A. ft, i vi, from any hank of da posit In the City of Lo* Angeles, as to the tonus and conditions upon which it will receive and disburse Ihe pi.ldle moneys of said city, The proposal* to lie made shall specify the rate ot interest per month that »111 be allowed upon such deposits of publio money*. The contract for such depos't to be nude under the provisions of Section *l, Article XII. o* an Act of the Left*- 1 la tv re of the BUU of California, entitled. 'An Act to amend an Act entitled, 'an Act to revise an Act en titled an Act to amend tbe charter ef the city of Los Angeles, to define its limits and right*, to cnlargs iv powers and provide for It* more eflHent government.' approvej April Ist, 1870, approved March Vrth, 1878." The City reserve* tb* right to reject any and " 1 '" J * W. YY. ROBINSON, Clerk of th* Council of the City oi Lo* Angeles Lo* Angeles, May 10th, A D 1884. myl7 Ht Petition for Re-Conveyance Io the Superior Court of the County of Loa Angeles, State of California. In the Matter of thu IfcUte of Xli VV Hawkins, Pursuant to au order ol said Court made this day. notice is hernh> given that Joaooina HepuUeda de Moreno lm* presented to said Court h*r verllled petition chiming to he entl tied oaoonveistiLH from tin- a.luunistratorof the esUte of asid Xli VV 1K*,*,,,, deceased of all that certain v.t or psic. lof i»nd hlhiato'in the aaid county snd 1.,,,,,. led Brt[ | particularly de •v-riljedasfoil ias t , Kxat by Water 'ditch and land on Ap.il v.,tu. i.vj. of Panch,. Pallore im, north 1. land t l.i. tiel.sßgn.g i 0 the esute ofVV.YV. standel.r, , \ tlli w !, t ai.l south by hn4 then of Kit vv. Hawkins and now Of his esUte. estimiU'd to contain five acre* of lan.l, in. re or It nod 1« ing the *ame bind dcwlcdoii or aUul th.- -Ml. of April. laS2, by J.Mouiia NepuU.-da de Moreno to Kl. \\ Hs* no. I.w.rtueofa written contract from him to said pditioner of date Apni Wlh, in »nd re cordwlJune 20th. IssS. in liook In; of llewts P"fiT«»:tv t*""*--'*' CiHii.lt lt.vor.lur of nud prating tint a decree I* (mu i # by svid Court authori/i.c H „„ dir.-ti, ( g the ad r , o^eva^'.v ,i " ;rr" v*' 7™* u> r™*£ . utni I'.Mi.ce ..r mhi.i lan.J an. nr. .hi.v. dnopllwd. U|»„. Il„. ~..c ~. ,', rSL.., J," «■',*"» — ■■<.■■< i.... i..i;i,K.«uh , .»" \rrl. t(i Ih.- .J. t.- of .n. l, c..(»f.y.n««, (Ut. .Mlilit ti ri«v Int. nn fliirti rnnlract); ...a Jut ..1.1 Uoiitl hu .ppaIDMJ H>dM. ».li,, ,| lr .. S( |i ■>■, , r S. 11, ISM At • . ... .1 Ih. Courtroom olwll " "i. ' t Hnu«.. It, th. dly ol Lo. Aaiirln Inn .nnti... th. tune »n.i plu. tot rmrlng ...ui iMlilon; when uhl thn .11 pi mtmt Intnrraled lo wlu wt.u n»» >p|M.r vul cont.«... I notliioo by Klin, th.lt oflw tion. In wriWw. A. W. PiiTTi, . Ll.rk ot «ld Coart. Doled April ..'oih. 1814. .pITld