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An Extensive Conflagration j Pennsylvania. IrtlHK HFPI BI.H 1S» SCAICt A nun Lest on th<- Desert-A. De perate chlnnsnan —Aa Im ■•■ac Male or Timber Lind> la Hew Ens lan*. [SpeciallotheHtraldby AuociatrdPren. Pittsburg, Sept. 30.—A mostdestruc ive tire occurred at Nalrona, twen miles from thia city, on ths Wait Perm jylvauia road, at an early hour th morniug. The Pennsylvania Salt Menu ftcturlng Company's acid manufactory that place waa damagad to the axtent 1100,000. Desperate Chinese Duel 1.1 Mshccd, Sept. 30.— Two Chinese en gaged in a duel yesterday at Snellini Ah Yup, a Chinese overseer, altumptet to atey the proceeding, when oue of th duelists pieced a revolver at his ear ana fired, blowing the top of hie head t atoms. Both of the remaining Chiname took to tbe woods and have thus fa evaded capture. Denaoeratle Nominations. San Francisco, Sept. 30.— In addt tion to the nominations for Aaaembly men made by the Democratic nomlnat ing convention reported last night, Dtatrict Thirty-nine nominated M. A. Wilion, and No. 40 D. J. Lesry. Nom inationa remain to be made lv the Thity first, Forty.fourtli and Forty-sixth. The municipal convention renominated Mayor Bartiett for Maytor. Peter Hop kins was nominah <1 for Sheriff. Villas* rire Ist Canada. Qukssc. Sept. 30.—About 1 o'clock thia morning a tire broke out in the vil lage of Louisville, situated al out fifty miles from Montreal. At 2:15 over twenty houses had been destroyed, and tbe fire ia still raging. Assistance haa been telegraphed for from Three Rivers A strong wind is blowing whioh fans tbe fire. Nothing short of providence can save the whole town from being laid In ashes. LocisviLLl, Sept. 30 —The loss by , fire here this morning was $25,000. A sudden change of the l wind saved the town from being almost completely de stroyed. ■.••t the Desert. Sam Bernardino, Bept. 30.—News reached here last night that a Mr. Rus sell, one of the pioneers of Riverside and possessed of large means, haa been lost on the desert. A large party left here to make a thorough search tor him Irish Krpnblle-asi Leaiur. Cincinnati, Ohio, Sept. SO.— The Na tional Convention of the Irish-Ameri can Republican Lsagoe assembled this afternoon. Nearly 300 delegates have already registered, of whom a hundred are from Ohio, fifteen from Virginia, forty from Indiana, forty from Illinois, fifty from Kentucky, thirty from lowa, eighteen from Texas, four from Ala bama, six from New Tork, seven from Pennsylvania. Delaware and Connecti cut are also represented. Among the leading men present are Alexander Sul livan and Congressman Finnerty. MeC'allonch HIIII or Chicago, Sept. 30. - As a climax to the scene presented at MoVioker's The •ire last night when John MoCullougb essayed the part of Spartacne in "The Gladiator," and only aucoeeded in tin ishing the part after great difficulty nnd that most unsatisfactorily, the manage ment announces this morning (hat the engagement of McCulloogh has closed. Hendricks Mors to l.oplnvulle Indianapolis, Sept. 30. — Governor Hendricks left tne city this morning to visit the LouisTillt exposit on, where he will be the gnest of the Commissioners. Naw York, Sept. 3.— Kiernana Agency states tbat the transfer books of the Union Paeitio show 300,000 shares la tho name of Jay Gonld. (treat Male of Tinaher Lands. Boerrox, Sept. 30. Efforts to compro mise tM affairs of Shaw ft Co., insol vent tsjpncrs and leather dealers, having failed, trustee Nyman baa offered the en tire property for aale. This will put upon tho market possibly the greatest area of real estate offered for sale in this part of the country sinoe ooUoniat days. Tbe property inoluded three hundred thousand acres of timber lands in New Knglatid and tanneries and other prop erty In Maine, New York, tbe Provinces of Quebec and New Brunswick. aTlaaaelal Dlatreaa la Hpaln, Madrid, Sept. 30 —Heavy rains, floods aad the maintenance of cholera, cordons and lazarettos, are paralyzing trade throughout Spain. Tbe working classes are Buffering greatly. It is ex pected their distress will increase daring the coming winter. Mrs. HrkclllnsT Wants Her Dla- Niw York, Sept. an. - Mrs. Sob. il iac, nee Victoria Morosini, has brought salt against her father to recover her diamonds, presented to her by him, which bs now refuses to allow her to have. They are said to be valued at 115,008. ARK YOU MADE miserable by lodi Ctiou, Constipation, D.xtiness, Loss of petite. Yellow Skin? Shiloh'e Vitalised sis positive cure. Sold by C. F. Heinxe man 192 North Main atreet. To Whom It May Concern. Please take notice. Any person hay. tag pledges or collaterals at the Star Loan and Broker Office, No. 4 Corr msretsJ street, will please redeem the same or pay seemed interest thereon within thirty days from thia date or they will be sold. P. B.—Money loaned on all kinds of personal property. mr3otf Livery Btable* and Corrals For Hale Temple street steolea and oorrsis will be sold with or withont the livery. The nee of location is guaranteed for years, and business will he continued if not sold. I with to sell immediately and cheaply. Oio. 0. Ford, Grand Central Hotel. Damlana Bitters regulates the stomach. Michel Larry A Co., wholesale in,nor dealers, agents. A NASAL INJKCTOR free with each Mttle of Hhtloh's Catarrh Remedy. Prioe SO oents. Sold by 0. F. Heinaeman, 12S North Main street. If yon want a good titling truss call at C F. Heinaeman a Drag Store, 122 Main street, who keeps the largest as sortment of trusses on band in Southern California. Decorations and wall papers, the finest aad latest, and the greatest variety, at Raphael Brae.. 141 Main atreet. CROUP, WHOOPING COUOH and Bronchitis immediately relieved by Shiloh'a Care. Bold by" C. F. Heinle mi., list North Main atreet. The Max teen remedy for diseases of the kidneys and bladder is Damiana Bit tars. If. Lory ft Co., wholesale agents. For health, strength and rigor drink Kantian* Bitten. M. Levy k Co vholeeel* agents. jug \y FOB DYSPEPSIA an<l liver oomplnnt Oi have a printed guarantee on every tie of Shiloh'e Vitaliier. It never fails to onre. For sal* by C. f if einreman, IM North Main itieet. „ K. C. rfif.lt ft (11 sell the ,11.heeling medicated Phenyl* Soap for th* ouring of all skin diseases. Use Niedl's Phenyl* Latin Iry Soap. SrHLOHy VifALIZKKii what yon need tot Constipation, Ixws of Appetite, Dioiasa* and all symptoms of fiyspep sta. Prio* 60 and 75 cent* per l*>ttl«. Hold try C F. Heinzeman, I'M North Main street. To tba i.«.<ii ß . Having jual received a large consign ment of th* latest styles ot ladi**'and ohildreo's drees and enn-hats direct from N*« York, aod being late In th* season, J will Mil them at N*w York prlee i. Mas D. OonaiLf, las |u24 IIS First St, Nadeao Blook. I MISCELLANEOUS. | If yon are §tot ring; Gray or BaMj I II jmirlluirls lhlu, liraxhj. lirj, I Harsh, or Weak) 1 If you aro troubled with Dandruff, 1 Itching;, or anj Humor or Uls- I ease of the Scalp, ; USE Ayer'sHairVigor. It heals nearly every disease peculiar to the scalp, checks the railing out of the Hair and prevents It from turning gray, snd Is an unequalled dressing and toilet artlols. PREPARED BY Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell. Mess. Sold by aU Druggist*. g § iicTET Tt \vtm °' The u*K«?'H UMsjfl ■ LIIV «onwch Bitters s preventive stomschlc.an'ln jtfjßv vlgomut, a (reii gHH9| weakness, Is «* - aw 99 99 ot more than ■tjt _ S.TOM ACH — f_P twenty years ex. S | | %m gt> ihskeu by tha claptrap nostrums ol unscientific pratendera, thani the everlasting hills by the winds that rus tle through their defiles. For sals by aU Drue; flats .nd Healers generally. ANNOUNCEMENTS. COUNTY AUDITOR. OR. M. 8. JONES Is a candidate tor County Auditor, subjsot to the declalon ot (he Demo jratle County Convention. septioid FOB COUNTY TREASURER. J. W. BROADED. present incumbent. Is a aodldatc for re-election to the office of County rreasurer, aubject to the Oemncratic Convan lon. aedtlotd For Distriot Attorney. R. 0. PLOURNOY Is a candidal, for DlatriM Ittorney, subject to nomination by the Demo ratlc County convention. For Oounty Clerk. J. R. BREWER, ol Vernon, announce, tusn elt as a candidate for the office of County Clerk, übjeot to the decision of the Democratic County lonvsntlon. au.lT 2 H. BOYD Fill be s candidate for Sheriff, subject to the etton of the Democratic County Contention. augliHd For Township Constable. E. J. ROCHE snuouDoes hi nisei r ss a oandi ate for the uffli-e of Conttabla In Los Angeles 'ownahlp. subject to the decision of the Demo ratio Convention, aeptlltd For Township Constable MR C. h. CRI'Z snn-Hinoss himaelf as s cao- Idate for tbe office of Const iblo of Loa Angelea 'ownahlp, subject to the decision of the Demo ratio County Convention, aeptitd FOR TAX COLLECTOR 8. LEVY, ot Downey, la a candidate for tbe files of Tax Collector, subject t j tbe decision of be Democratic Convention. septlitd FOR CONSTABLE. If. A. BOTKIXO t« a candidate for the offloe of JoiietaMe is Las Ingeles Township, subject to he ii-.-i ii of the Democratic Cotintr Conven lorn - septlfltd FOR ASSEMBLYMAN 1 will be s candidate for the Aswmbly, subject 3 the action of the Democratic County Conven lon. (seplStd) ASA ELLIS. For Township Constable. JOSEPH KLAFPKI announces himaelf as a andldsto for the office of Township Constable, übjeot to the decision ef the Democratic Con sntloa. asplßCd For Township Justice. R. A. Ll.N'ltsa candidate for re-election to ao office of Township Justine, aubject to the de laion of the Democratic Convention. sepiOtd FOR SHERIFF. 0. E. HIT BER will be a candidate for Sheriff, abject to the action of the Democratic fount* ©mention. septSui For Township Constable, OH At. H. PENNING ia a candidate for the (Boe of TownshipContrUble, tubje-t to the vote r th" peep eon the 4th of November. He baa sen nominated a a oandidate oi the Repuhllcan ounty Convention. tepSO td Candidate for Assemblyman. W. E. KEATHMAN announces himself as a tndldate for the offloe of Aassmblynian for the ity of Loa Augeles, subject to tbe dee sion of the vemocratic County Convention. eep O-td Drs. €. <t Frank Stevens, psbjsi ■a."xa» , JL , av.i Bent Bet of Teeth, art. Leave imprev slon for teeth ta the mnrnins;. can have them earns rt «v. Teeth without a plate. Fine nlttnirt septiialtv. All operation, guaranteed. Room, IS am, .4 RVhsmacher Block. opposite P 0 rarStl NEWSDEPOTOPENING 48 NORTH SPRING STREET, Where can be had all the Leading Periodicals of the Day. Also s full line of Stationery, Notions, Bosks And a complete stock of FINE CONFECTIONERY. Tbe otty and San Franolsoo papers, both dally and weekly, will he always on hand. Also a flne assortment of Catholic prayer-books, papers, etc, » P 2M W. P. BALt-^ For Sale Very Cheap, 200 Acres of Firat-Claai Land, 4 Miles Wast of Sepnlvedn Station. The land is particularly adapted to orchards and vineyards. Good water can be obtained at from 50 to 60 feet from the surface. A fine vineyard and orchard on the adjoining property. Will sell in ao acre traces. For full particulars apply to MORFORD& SON, sepSOtf 1 lo Sinrih tSprlna *t QRAND OPENING. Monday Klatkt. nrptrsaker ISth. TBS OASINO. ■v mill 111 hf. SALOON AND FREE LUNCH 119 S. SPRING STRUCT OPP. TURN VBRBIN HALL, Where he will be hsppv to ass all hie fliende snd ths public fenerallv and ssrvs them with ths REST Of WIBiS, LIQUORS A OlttASt. Pine Lunch will lie served st the opening. septlS lm ESTABLISH SO 1880. Barrett I Sherwood, No. 140 Montgomery Street, - Ban X ran el Importers and Mamifaotnrwrs of Diamond*, Watobet, Jewelry, Sllw ware and Plated-ware. Wei ivite vtslfcors to Ban Franc'too to Inspect our eiuofc before making their purchases. Al American Wavohae, A Targe stock always on hand. Agents tor Rookford Watehea. my«<W BANKING boL'SES. Los Angeles Savings Bank, ISO NORTH MAIN ST., CAPITAL, • - . , SIOO.OOO PRESIDENT, I. 0. GOODWIN SECRETARY J. V. WAC'ITRL Board or IMreeter*: Isaiah W. Hills!av, JoBN E. PIaTSA, Roit. S. 11 An «n, Joan A. Pino*, L. 0. OOODWLK. Term Deposits will be rooatved In sums of oh hundred dollars sr.<d over. Ordinary Deposits In suras of ten dollars and Money to loan oo Hrst-claas Real Batata. Los Angeles, July 1, lSte, Julltf First National Bank OF LOS ANOELES. Capital Stook, §}00.000 Surplus, : : : : SIOO.OOO E. P. BPENCB,: : : PTeddent WM. LAOY, : Cashier DIRRCTORS: . _ J. D. BiciirsLL. J. P. t'SAKS, H. aUsrar, Wu. Lacy, E. P. Srssos. STOCKHOLDEBS: Out. A. H. Wuvooi, Ba R. H. MoDosAU), O 8 WITELIRBT, jAUia MOOOT. a P. OaAiti, O. Q. Stoat, J. E. HoLusirasoa. I Lahssrsaiim, H. Mabubt, A. W. JAU.. Woods Masohi, S. H. Most, J. D. BnrsjnrLL, S. P- Smoa ottf ZiOM J*jm*mT*tmJU3Bm OOUNTY BANK, Maiß St, Los Angeles, Oal CAPITAI STOCK, PAS) UP, SIOO.OOO Beeerve Fund, $300,000 JOHN K. PLATER- President. B_ & BAKER Vice Preeidont. U. L. MauNKIL Oaabiss. DIKKCTORS: J. 8. Hlapsos, Jothau Bubt, Jobs c. PLarsx, Robbbt 8. Baess, Johm A. PArroM, Osoaes W. Prssoott R. at. WnureT. aaTBoT asd Sbll fscHAaas on Baa rreocuoo New York, London, P: rts, Berlin and Pranktort sVBot bosuiras oa all parts of tka United States and Europe. eVHsosnrs Mohst on open account wwl oertlf oate of deposit, and do a freneral and each .use ouslneas Farmer i Merchants' Bank 1 OP LOS ANOELES. * ESTABLISHED IN 1868. 1 Capital. tBMsS.OOO. Sarplaa aa ■swerve Fund, esoo.ooo. ISAIAS W. HBLLMAN PRESIDENT L. C. GOODWIN YICE-PBBSIDENT JOBN MILNEK SECRETARY board or diabotou: ISAIAS W. HBLLMAN. JOHN 8. GRIFFIN, O. W. CHILDS. 0. K. THOM, PHIL. OARNIER, 1. B. LANKERSHIM, C. DUCOMMUN, JOSE MASLARSL. RXVIAMCIR POR HAL.V OS New York, London, Prankfort, Dublin, Paris and Berlin. JBF Receive Deposits and Issue Their Car tlScatsa MW Bay and Sell Governments. State. County and City Beads Oso. B. BoinrstAU, Jobs Bsrsos Sr., Pres't VleePWt P. C. Howss, Cashier. Los Angeles National BanK, NO. be NORTH MAIN STREET, Loa An Bales. Oal. CAPITAL. SIOO.OOO DIRECTORS : Da. w. a. Oocttaas, CeuH. H. mariuav Pasat M. Oeasx, Joes Barton, Sa., Da. H. S.ssASArarl, P. O. Howss Oao. H. BotrsaßASS. CT Eichaiurc for sale oo all tbe prinoipV oltlea ot the Doited State and Europe. rata) EXAMINERS OF TITLES. Gillette, Gibson A Wood, Examiners of Title and Conveyancers, Rooma IS and Is, McDonald Block, Mala LOB ANOELES OAL. asp' Herat N. Oauowat D. B. Lraue. Attorney -at-Law. CALLOWAY & LIENAU, Examiners of Titles ft Conveyancer* Rooms 1 and t Moore Blook, Court Street, oppo site Court House, Loe A litre lea, Cel. oc*-6m George O'Brien, Lata of the Bay View Hotel at Wilmington, has opened the City Front Chop House, AT SAN PEDRO, And will be happy to see his old friends in his new place. seplOtf Oash Fnrnltiire Store. BEEBON a ECKBTROM as as w -avivx* svavsaas sW v msn ta« AnirlM Btreet. 1884. FIFTH ANNUAL Horticultural, Agricultural Industrial Exposition SIXTH DISTRIOT Agnail, lira I Association. AT Tain— PAVILION, Lo* Angele)), OCTOBER 13th to 18th. Inclusive. $8,000 IN PREMIUMS I Arrangements are Completed for the Largest Exhibition Ever Yet Made. The Usual Baby Show Friday after noon, October 17th. Sens for Prof nunm. and Premium Met. X H. HIWITT, Secretary, No. 4 Baker UL* W R. WORKMAN, President, sspttnt CLEMENT &QAY Picture aad Fumllitre- Dealer* Fleturss enlarged to snr ass, in say grade r. quired. N.w .mi ssoond-h.nd furuiture boufht .mi eoU. Pioluree, tramee .ud furuiture M ami Opeo datlr until 7JO r a., aeadarstt •*»••*- tt sia>s iranta LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER ij 1894. Daily and Weekly HEKALD, SSLtn Leading' Paper Southern California, Will devote Ite oolutxuu to furthering the Inter acts of Lo* Angelas city and oounty anil tbe southern portion of the State. Hls the Intention X the publisher to mass The Herald A NEWSPAPER OT THE DAY Complete in all ita detalli md in every department FULL & RELIABLE The Mtorial Columns WILL DISCUSS ALL LIVE TOPICS OF THE DAY, while TBI TELEGRAMS By arrangements newly ffec ed will be the fulles and most exhaustive to be found in any paper of the State, not being surpassed by those of the San Francisco dallies THE LOCAL COLUMNS VTUi eontsla a complete resume of Lo Happenings and all Matters of Home Interest. TBRMS, DAILY HERALD, br mall, ons raw. ST.OO DAILY HERALD, by mall, mi mantes 4 no DAILY HERALD, by mall, three months . S.SO DELIVERED IN THR OITY AT 15 Cents Per Week. THE WEEKLY HERALD WEEKLY, one year, by mail S£.oo WEEKLY »lx months. l.v mall its WEEKLY, thra. month., by mall |_». Payable Invariably In adraaoe. JOSEPH D. LYNCH Publisher' LEGAL. Democratic Primary Election. Notice li hereby given tbat at a meeting of tb« Democratic t'ountvCentrelCoinmltteeof Los An s>los cnuntv, held on Saturday, September 15th, '881, tt was resolved tbat a Democratic County Com en tion of the county of Los Angeles should be held at Turnverein tlatl, In the city of Loe Angeles, ou Wednesday, October Ist, 1884, At 10 o'clock a. at.,for the purpose ol nominating Oonnty officers and Member* of the Asse übly, and for such other purposes as may ooiue before such Convention. That for ths purpose of electing delegates to said County Convention a Primary Election shall be heM by tbo Democrats of the several prectnc i hereinafter named ou Saturday, September 27, 1884. That tbe soils In the several precincts outstd* of the city of Los Angelea shall be ocen from li M. to C r. Km and lv tbe said city ■hall bu open from 12 m. to 7 p. m. of that day. That tbe following shall be tbe tost for voten at said election: First. That they are qualified voters under tin lawa of this State. Sec md. Tbat they intend to support the Dem ocratlc ticket at the ensuing election, That the several Judges of Election, whethet appointed by this Committee or otherwise elect ed, shall be and are hereby authorised aud re quired to canvass ths votes oast at their respect ive voting places, aud to Issue to the delegates elected to said Convention proper certificates tc be presented by the delegates to said Convention when assembled, aud that said Judges seal up thi ballots, poll and tally lists used st said election, and forward the same by some safe uicaus before ths meeting of said County Convention to the SeoreUry of the Domestic Central Committee at Los Augeles City. That the follow lug ia a list ot the several pre clncts, polling places, Judges of Election and number of delegates to said Convention to which the several precincts shall be and are entitled, re spectively : Anaheim— Anaheim Hotel; A. Rlmpau. udge; 7 delegates. Art sola -School house; J. E. Courtney, Judge; S delegates. Asusa—School house; T. J. Oordon, Judge: f> 3e legates. Cahuenge - School house; F. Luhrlug, Judge; i delegstes Cleneg4- Park Station; William Dryden, Judge; S delegates. Coiupton -New-mark's «tor<-; M. N. Newmark, fudge; 5 deb-gates. Duarto—School house; L. Barnes, Judgo; 3 del- Hotel: W. 11. Harrington, fudgs; 6 delegates. Elisabeth Lake H off net's Hotel; — Bailey, fudge; 2 delegates Florence—School house; G. W. Juden, Judge; I delegates. Fountain Valley—School house; W. R. Caudle, ludge; 2 delegates. Garden drove - School house; Dr. Horace Head, ludge; 2 delegates. Los Nietos-School house; E. M. Sanford, ludge; 7 delegutes. Lancaster- Lancaster Hotel; Peter Rolchards, fudge: 2 delegates. Las Vlrglnes—F, Domlugues'a house; Edaurdo iltokes, Judge; 2 delegates Im Ballon*—School house; J. L. Machado, fudgs; 3 delegates. Lang's Station—Lang'sSanitariuni; JohnLang, fudge; 2 delegates. Monte Vista—School house; E. C. Parish, Judge, I delegstes. Newhall—Railroad station—C. B. Riohardsen, ludge; 3 delegates. Newport-Newport Store; J. A. Williams, Judge; 2 delegates. NorwalK—Swlgart tt Speyer's Stole; L. Robin loa. Judge; 4 delegates. Old Mission—Basey's Store; F. A. flenches, fudge; 8 delegates. Orange—Water office; J. O. Jenkins, Judge; Pasadena—School house; H. 0. Bennet, Judge; I delegates. Pomona-School house; J. A. Clark, Judge; ft lelegates. Ravena-School house; H. R. Torres, Judge; i delegstes. San Gabrial—Tuch s Store; Jesae Aviso, Judge; J delegates. San Pedro- Phillips's Store; 3. Phillips. Judge; .! delegates. Spadra—Egan's Hotel; Jas. Fryer, Judge; 3 lelegates. San Juan Capistrano -Egan's office; R. Egan, fudge; 3 delegates. San Autento-School house; BT. B. Thomas Jr., Judge; 3 delegstes. Santa Ana—Humphreys's office; R J. Blee, Judg ; 10 delegates. San Fernando—Maclay's Store; C. R. Rlnaldl, Judge; 8 delegates. Seputvedt-Silverstoln's Store; H. M. Mitchell, Judge; S delegates. Silver (Do*ney) -Buster's office; I. N. Cochran, Judge; 7 delegates. Sanu Monica—W. R. Tihhets's store; George Boehme, Judge; 3 delegates Silverado-Carbr-ndale Postoffleo; J. E. Pleas ante. Judge; t delegate. Tuatln-Ltt's Store; Dr. W. B. Wall, Judge: 8 delegates. Vernon—School house; Robert Jfolton, Judge; 4 delegates, Wilmington—Geo. Dearer's; David Alexander. Judge; 5 delegates. Westminster—School house; Jesse Davis, Judge I delegates. Yorba—School house; Prudeneio Yorba, Judge: 1 delegates. LOS ANOELES CITY. First Precinct—All of First Ward south of Dow ney Avenue and east of San Fernando and Uppei Main streets; McManus Houae; Wm. Viukery ludge; wdelega es. Second Precinct—All of First Ward north ol Downs? Avenue and west of San Fernando and Upper Slain streets; Alameda Hotel; J. B. Hoi lowav. Judge; 8 delegates. Third Precinct—All of Second Ward lying Past of Main atreet. White House;M. T. Collins,Judge Fourth Precinct—All of Second Ward west o) Main street: Supervisor's room; Dr. J. S. Craw ford. Judge; 9 delegates. Fifth Precinct—All of Fourth Ward north ot Seventh atreet and Stevenson avenue; No. i Engine House; O. H. Bliss, Judge; 3 de'egates. Sixth Precinct-Al! ot Third Ward north ot Seventh street; Turnverein Hall; C. Jacoby Judge: IS delegates. Seventh Precinct-All of Fourth Ward lylnj south of eleventh street and Stevenson avenue and all of Fifth Ward east of Main street! Martir fe Rlnkenbach's store; J. G. McDonald. Judge; I delegates. r.ighth Precinct—All of Third Ward south oi Seventh street, and all of Fifth Ward west o: Main street; Washington Gardens; J. T. Brown Judge; b delegates. By order of the Democratic Central Committer of Los Angeles County. J. DaBARTH SHORB. Chairman. WALTER D STEPHENSON, Secretary. SUMMONS. In the Superior Court of tbe State of California, in and for the County oi Lfoe Angelos. W. 11. TOLER, Plaintiff, It M. BAKER, Defendant. Actfbn brought in the Superior Court of the State ef California, iv and for the County of Los Angeles, and the Complaint Sled In said County of Los Angeles, in the office of the Clerk of said Superior Court. The People of tbe State ot California send Greet ing to R. ML Baker, Defendant. You are hereby required to appear In an action brought against you by the above named plain tiff in the Superior Court of the state of Calif or nia. In and for the county of Loa Angeles and to answer the complaint filed therein within ten days (exclusive of the day of service), altar the servioe on you of this summons—if served within this county; or If served elsewhere, within thirty days—orf udgment by default will be taken against you according to the prayer of said complaint. The said action ia brought to resovera Judg lst. That the partnership heretofore existing between plaintiff and defendant in the business of bringing and carrying excursionists to and from California be dissolved. *i. That an account be taken of all the trans actions aud dealing of said partnership from the commencement thereof, and of all moneys re ceived and paid by plain i Iff and defendant re spectively In relation thereto. 3d That the said partnership property be applied first to tbe payment of the partnership debts and that the remainder be divided l-etween tho parties accordinir to their respective rights. 4th. That plaintiff have judgment against de fendant for t\be etum of six thousand seven hun. Sired and fifty dollars- that he be granted such other and further relist as may be Just and equi table, and for costs of suit. Reference is bad to i-eniplaint for particulars. And you are hereby notified that If you fail to appear and answer tne said complaint aa above required the said plaintiff win apply to the Court for the relkf demanded in 'he complaint. Given under my hand and the seal of the Su Crior Court of the State or California, in and r the county ot Los Angeles, this v.vi day of August, in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and eighty four. (■sal. ) A. W. POTTS, Clerk. By E. H. OWEN, Deputy D. M. Adams and W. A. Cheney, Attorneys for plaintiff. eeptO im Notioe of Intention to Become a Sole Trader. In the Matter of the Application of Rachael L Barnett to become a Sole Trader. Notioe is hereby given that I, Rachael L. Bar nett, resident of the city of Loa Angles, ooanty of Los Antre.es, State of California, being desir ous ot availing m}-eelf of the provisions of Title XII., Part 111., ol ths l ode of Civil Procedure, intend to make application to the Superior Court of the oounty ot Loa Aneeles, State of California, at the regular eeeslon of said Court to be beld at theConrt Room ot a*ld Court, In the Court Donas, In the city and county ol Loe Angeles, on Tared ay. tkr 14th Day or October, At 10 o'clock a. v., of that day, or on such other da) to which the hearing may be postjronsd by tbo Court, for a Judgment and order of said Su perior Court authorising me to carry on and transact business Ir my own name and on my owu account as sole trader. The nature of tbe business I propose to carry on and conduct is that of buying and selling goods, wares and merchairdlse, cigars and tobacco, in the oity of Los Angeles, county ot Los Angsies, Stats of California KaCHARLL HaKNETT. Dated this 16th day of September. ISS4. " eeptO 4w WATIB NOTICE. Oonsvmsrs ot water ot tbe LOS ANGKLKR CITY WATER COMPANY will hereafter be al lowed to sprinkle their gardens between the boars of etoBa. a. aad 6tol r. kt. tVmeunere era ateo cautioned against allowing uaaisaasary waste la water ctessta. ]s*V FRED. KATON, 3api | LKOAL. Mortg-ago Sale. In the Superior Court of Loo Angalea County, State of California. Case No. 617». 1 Farmers* ft Merchants' Bank, M. A. Forster, Administrator, etc., et al. Under and by virtue of a decree of foreclosure aod order of sale entered lv the above Court, on the 24ihday of April, 1684 and a writ of execution (or the enforcement of aaid Judg ment requiring the sale of property under fore i closurs of mortgage reciting said decree, and datedseptember oth, 1404, in tbe above en i titled ease lv favor of the plaintiff and against the said defendants,for the sum of fie H72 00-100, balance due, Including attorney's fees, tutereet aud costs, besides act-ruing costs, a certified copy of which decree or foreclosure and sale, duly , attested under the seat o( aaid Court on tbe 6th i day of September, ISS4, and delivered to me on tho 11th day of September, 1884, to gether with the writ annexed thereto , whereby I am ooimnnnded to sell at public miction, tt. the highest and best bidder, for cash in V. S. gold coin, tbe following portion in said decree described real estate, to-wit: Situnte, lying and beit.g In the county of Loa Angelea. State of Calitornia, and bounded and particularly des cribed as follows, to-wlt: Ist. All that certain lot or parcel of land sit uate, lying ami being lv the county of Los An. geles, Stute of California, bounded and described as follows, to-wit: An undivided Intersss of one-third (,) more of less. In that certain par cel of land situate ou the east side of Los Augeles river and belug a psrt of the Kancbo San Au tonio, and known hh "La Mesa de Felipe Lugo," and bounded and described as follows, to-wlt; Commencing at a stake from which bears tho uorthwest corner of the adobe house of Felipe , Lugo south V sast it 7-' -100 chains and ruuniug , thonre in the direction < f tho j>ule fence oa the • north side of the enclosure sf Maria Antonla j Iteudon de Lugo, wido<v ot Jots' .Marl t Lugo, de- j ceased, south SV»i'west 17 Ot) 100 chains to the southwest corner of sat I tract in the dry bod of the Los Angeles river: thence north 17j* west MBB 100 chains to th- northwest comer of this tract, alao In tbe dry bed or thu Los Angeles , river; thence north W*|" oast 2S 00-100 chains to the northeast corner uf this tiact: thenoe south i* east 20 00-ltKi chains to the southeast corner of of this tract; thence south 80,' west 6 00-100 ' chains to the place of beginning, and containing 1 fifty acres of land. 1 ltd. All that certain piece or parcel of land ] situate in said county ot Los Angeles, State of 1 California, and described as follows, t>wit: An ' undivided intetoat of one-hair, more or less, in 1 and to all that certain Petroleum Claim and ' mining right or proporty-or that certain vein 1 or lode or rocks and earth oontaining asphaltnm, petroleum or kindred substances, situate In the ! San Fernando Petroleum Mining District, and . described as follows: The same being known as J the "I'lco" claim No. one (1)," situate in Pico ' Caflou aud lyiug betwovii tbe "Hughes Claim" ' and the "Pico Claim No. 9.." Public notice Is hereby given that on Taenday, the7th Day of October, A.l*, issi At 12 o'clock M. or thst day, I will , proceed to sell, at the Court House door, on | Spring street, iv tho city and county ol Los Ange i les, State of California, at public auc- | tion, to the highest ami best, bidder, for cash | In U. S. gold coin, to satisfy said decree for prln- ( clpal, costs, interest and accruing costs, all the , above described read estate, nr so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said sums. Given under my hand this 12th day of Sep tember, A. D. 1884. A. T. CURRIER, Sheriff. , By n. BUR DICK, L'nder Sheriff. , neplStd; ) Notice to Creditors. EcUteot H. D. McFarlan, deceased. Notice te hereby given by the undersigned, Ex ecutor of tho last Wil' and Testament of If. I), McFarlan, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against the said deceased, 10 exhibit them, with the necessary vcucher*, within foar months after the first publication ef this notice, to the said Executor, at his place of business, to-wit: At the Fartners's & Merch ant.* Hank, in the city of Los Angeles, State of California JOHN Ml LN Mi, Executor of the last Will and Testament of ft. D. McFarlan, decesed. Dated at Los Angeles, Cel., Sept. 12, 1884. Notice to Creditors. Estate of Emeliana Valenruela de Ybarra, de- Notlce is hereby given by the undersigned. Executor of the last Will of Emeliana VsJeiuuela oe Ybarra, deceased, to tho creditors of, and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them witb tho necossao vouchers, within four months after the first publication ot this notice, to the aaid Executor, at the office of Thomas B. Brown, Nos. »1 and 92. Temple Block, In the city of Loe Angele, county ot Los Angeles, State of California, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of the aaid estate. RAMON VALENZCELA. Executor of the last Will of Emeliana Valen zuelade Ybarra, deceased. ' Dated at Loe Angeles. Cal., September 2d, 1884. septS Notice to Creditors. Estate of L. L Farley, deceased. Notioe is hereby given by the undersigned. Executor of tho estateof L. L. Farley, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons hav ing ciasms against the said deceased, to exhibit them with tho necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the said Executor, at the office of Micks, Lues a & Bentley, 86 and 87, Temple Block, the same being the place for the transaction of the MiiMlness of said estate, in the county of Los An geles. T. H CKKSSEY, Executor of the last Will of L L. Farley,deceased. Dsted September 2d, 1884. Wicks, Lucas 6 Rentier, Attorneys for Execu tor, septa Dissolution Notice. The Arm of Hutchings A Moore, heretofore do ing business at the corner of Upper Main and College streets, has been dissolved by mutual consent, H. E. Moore retiring. J. S. Hutchings will coutlnue the business at the old stand, w here he will settle the accounts of the late Ann, septS 4w Dissolution Notice. Notice is hereby given that the Real Estate Arm known as Adams A Sou A Murray is this day dissolved by mutual consent, John W. Mur ray retiring. Adams A Son will continue the business at the old office, 338, Pico House, north. Main street. JOHN W. MURRAY, FRANK K. ADAMS, ED. E. ADAMS, Los Angeles, Aug. 88th, 1884. sept 9 lm Notioe to*' Creditors. Estate of T. J. Askin, deceased. Notioe is hereby given by tbe undersigned, administrator ol the estate of T. J. Askin, deceased, to tbe creditors of, and all persons having claims against th" said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, with in four months after the flint publication of this notice to the said administrator, at Rooms 1, Sand 3, Allen Block, in the city of Los An geles, in the county of Loe Angeles, State of Cal fornta U. P. CUTLER, Administrator of the Estate of T. J. Askin, de- Dated at Los Angeles, August 27,1554. Gardiner A Stephenson, Attorneys for Admin strator. aug2B 4w Order to Show Oause. In the Superior Court of Los Angeles County, state of California. In the matter of the estate of Nleves B. de Reed, Wm. Lacy, the Administrator of the estateof Nieves R. de Reed, deceased, having filed his verified petition herein praying for an order of sale of the whole of the personal property and so much of the real estate ot said decedent, as may bo necessary, for the purposes therein met forth. It is hereby ordered that all persons Interested In the estate of said deceased appear before tbe said Superior Court on TursrlKj, the SOth nay of Beptev ber,lBB4, At 10 o'clock a. a., of said day, at the Court Room of said Superior Court, at the Court H <use, lv the city of Los Angeles, in the county of Los Angelea, to show cause why an order should not be grai ted to said Administrator to sell ths whole of tbe personal prcpertv ef said deceased and »o much of the real estate of said deceased as shall be necessary. And that a copy of this order be published at least four sucoeasive weeks in the Los An oklm Dailt Hisalp. a newspaper printed and published In the aaid county of Loe Angeles, immediately preceding said day duly set for the hearing of said petition. J. D. HINES, Judge of the Superior Court ot said Los Angeles Dated August 87th. 1884. augttttd Notice fur Publication of Time for Proving Will, Btc. IN THK SUPERIOR COURT. STATS OT I'illWli, I Cooirrv or Loe Alton, as f In the Matter of the Estate of Jesus Manso, Notice is hereby given that Tuesday, the 7th day ot October, 1884, at lti o'clock a. h. of said day. at the Court Room of this Court, in the oounty of Los Angeles, has been appointed for hearing the application of Lihrada Estrada de Manio, prayinsr that a document now on Ale In this Curt, purporting to be the last Will and Testa-j ment of Jesus M»nso, deceased, be admitted to probate, »nd that letters testamentary belseuert thereoti to Llbrada Kstrada de Manso, at which time and place all persons interested therein may at'pear and contest the same Meted September 2f.th, 1884. A. W. POTTS, County Clerk. Rv A RIMPAI', Deputy. Z. T. Caeon. Attorney tor Petitioner ssytttMOt H. Newmark & Co., WHOLESALE GROCERS. lM.ni In Wool. Oram. Hid*. U, IS ted IB LOS ANGKLBB BTRKKT, aal LBOAL. CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS; STATE OF CALIFORNIA. I 1 EMCtTIVI DIPAKfMBItT. ) Pursuant to the. Constitution of the Stato of Caltfnrnla, and an Act of the Leg Istature of ths Htato of California,, entl -1 led "Ait Art to provide for the submission of proposed amendmwuts to Mm Constitution of the Stats of California to the qualified elector! for their approval. 'approved March 7tli, 1888. no tice Is hereby given that the Legislature of the Htate of California, at Its twenty fifth seaaton. IW»Mlllit on 111" Drat Monday after the first ■ day of January, A. I). 1883, two'third- of all the members elected to ouch of the two Houses of 1 said Legislature \otmg In favor thureof. propo*ed that Section id oi Article XI of th* Constl- J tulion Of liio State ol California tie amended ao 1 as to read as followa: t AMENDMENT NO. 1. Section lit. lnnnvrlty where thsre are no public work, own."l .nd controlled by the mu nicipality foi supplji-.g tho same «llh water or er i tifteial light. any individual or ativ o< inpany duly l Incorporated for such purjKMte under and by au thority of tbe laws or this Slate, .hall, undertbu direction of the Superintendent of Streets, or other officer in control thereof, and under such general regulations aa the inunitlpalily may pre (tenbe (or damages, and indemnity for damages, have tho privilege or using the publio streets and thoroughfares thereof, and of laying down pipes and conduits therein, and 00U« lions therewith, so far as nuty be necessary fur latro duclng into and supplying such city and its in habitant-, either with gaslight or other lltuuiim.t liiit I'gat, or with frt sh water for domestic at d el other purposes, upon tDo condition that) Ike municipal government aha,]] hare the rightlo rugulate the charges thereof. And notice is hereby further given, that at the same session two -thirds of all t'te Mettbtfl elected to each nf the two Houses voting iv favor thereof, tbe aaid legislature proposed that Sec tion 7 of Article IX of the Constitution of tbe State of California be amended so aa to reed as follows:; AMENDMENT NO. 2. "Section 7. The Governor, Superintendent of Public Instruction, and the Principals of tho Stato Normal Schools shall constitute the Htate Board of Education, and ahall compile, or cause to be compiled, and adopt a uniform series of text books (or use in the common schools throughout thu Stats. The State Board may cause such text books, when adopted, to bu printed and published by the Su pen men dent of State Printing at the State Printing Office, and when so printed and published, to be distributed aud sold at the cost uriou of printing, publishing and distributing the lame. The text books so adopted shall continue in use uot loss than four years; and said State Hoard shall perform such other duties as tua.v be proscribed by law. The Legislature shall provide for a Board ot Educa tion iv each county in the State. Tho County Superintendent* and tbe County Boards of Edu cation shall hare control of the examination of teachers and the granting of teachers' certificates within their respective jurisdictions." And notice is hereby further given, thst the Legislature of the fit ate of California, at its twenty-fifth (extra) session, commencing on the twenty fourth day of March, A B, 1884, two thirds of all the members elected to each of tho two Mouses of said Legislature voting in favor thereof, proposed that Section 9 of Article XIII ot thi-Constitution of tho State of California be amended so as to read as follows: AMENDMENT NO. 8. Suction 0. A State Board of Equalisation, consisting of oue member from each Congres sional District In this State, as the same existed iv eighteen hundred and seventy nine, shall be elected by the qualified electors or their respect ive Districts, at tho general election to bo held in the year one thousand eight hundred and eighty-six, and at each gubernatorial election thereafter, whose term of office shall be for four years; whose duty it shall be to equalise the val uation of the taxable property in the several comities of the State lor the purposes or taxation. The Controller or Slate shall bo cx-officio a mem ber of the Hoard. The Boards of Supervisors of the several counties of tbe State shall constitute Boards of Equalisation for their respective coun ties, whose duty it shall he to equalise the valua tion of the taxable property in the county for the purpose of taxation; provided, such Statu and County Beards of Equalisation are hereby au thorized and empower* d, under sucn rules of no tice as the County Boards may prescribe, as to the oounty assessments, and under such rules of notice as the State Board may prescribe as to the action of the Stale Board, to Increase or lower the entire assessment roll, or any assessment coiitaiued therein, so as to equalize tbe assess ment of tho property contained in said assess ment roll, and make the assessment conform to the true value in money of the property con tamed In said roll; pro,ided. that no Board of Equalization shall raise any mortgage, deed of trust, contract, or other obligation by which a debt Is secured, money, or solvent credits, above its face value. The present State Board of Equal isation shall continue lv office until their succes sors, as herein provided for, shall be elected and shall qualifj. The Legislature ahall have power to re-district the State into tour districts as nearly equal In population as practical, and to provide for the elections or members or said Hoard of Equalization. Each amendment shall be voted upon sepa rately from tht others, by ballot, at the next general election, to be holden on Tuesday, the fourth day of November, A. D. 1884. Tbe ballots used at such election shall contain the words "For the Amendment No. 1," or the words "Against the Amendment No. 1:" ' For the Amendment No. z," or the words "Against the Amendment No. 2;" "For the Amendment No. 8," or the words ' Against the Amendment No. J." written or printed thereon. Sacramento, July 24, IBS). UKUHOESTONEMAN, Uovernor. Attest: THOS. L. THOMPSON, augi t novi Secretary of State. Guardian s Sale of Real Estate. Notice is hereby (riven that in pursuance of an order of tbe Superior Court of the county of Loa Angeles, state of California, made on the 6th day September, ISS4, in the matter of the estateand guardianship of Wm. K. Creed, an insane person, the undersigned, the guardian of the person and estate of aaid insane.will sellatprivate -ale to the highest bidder, tor cash, gold coin of the United States, and subject to confirmation by said Su perior Court, on Friday, the 3d day of Octo ber, ISS4, at 10 o'clock a. h., at the office of Bicknell A White, Rooms 11-14, Temple Block, in the city and county of Los Angeles, all the right, title, interest and estateof the said insane person, Wm.K. Creed, in and to all those certain lots, pieces or parcels of land, situate, lying and ne ing in the saia oounty of Los Angeles, State of California, and bcunded and described as fol lows, to-wit; First—Commencing on the westerly side of Olive street at a point 200 feet northerly from the north-westerly corner of Ninth aud Olive streets and running thence northerly 40 feet along said line of Olive strtet, thence westerly 105 feet parallel with the northerly line of Ninth street; thence southerly 40 feet parallel with Ol ive street, thenoe easterly 165 feet to place of be ginning; being a part of Block 54, Ord's survey, Huber Tract. Second -Commencing on the north-westerly line of Hill street at a point di-tant 80 feet north easterly from the north-westerly corner of llill and Eleventh streets; runs thence north-easterly along said Une of Hill street 40 feet; thence at right angles north westerly-on aline parallel with Eleventh street 125 Uct; thence at right angles south-westerly on a line parallel with Hill street 40 feet, and thenoe at right angles south -easterly on a line parallel with Eleventh street 145 feet to the point of commencement: being a portion of Block 09 as known on Ord's Map el City of Los Angeles. Terms and conditions of sale: Cash in gold coin upon continuation by the Superior Court. Deed at expense of purchaser. Bids or offers may be made at any time after the first publica tion of this notioe and bef oro the making of the sale. All bids or offers must be in writing and left at the office of Bicknell * White, Booms 11-14, Temple Block, in said city of Los Angeles. HENRY KINO, Guardian ef tbe Person and Estate of said Insane Person. sepl7td Administrator's Sale of Real Estate. Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of an order cf tbe Superior Court of the oounty of Loe Angelei, State of California, made on tbe Itth day of September. 1884, in the matter of the es tate of T. O. Smith, deceased, the undersigned, the administrator of the estate of said deceased, will sell at public auction, to the highest bidder for cash, and subject to confirmation by said Superior Court, on Tues day, the 14th day of itctooer, 1384, at IS o'clock m . at the west door of the Court House, in the city and county of Los Angeles, all the right, ti tle, interest and estateof the said deceased st ths time of bis death, and all the right, title and in terest tbat the said e-tate has, by operation of law or otherwise, acquired other than or in addi tion to that oi the said T. G. Smith, deceased, at the time of his death, iv and to all those certain I'jts, pieces or parcels of land situate, lying and being in the said city and county of Loa Angelea, State of California, and bounded and described as fellow*, to-wit: Lota ■ Urht (8) and nine (9) of the Washington Garden Tract, witb the improvements thereon. Terms ana conditions of sale; Cash. Ten per cent of the purchase money to be paid to the auctioneer on the day of sale, balance on con firmation of sale by said Superior Court. Deed at expense of purchaser. M P. CUTLER, Administrator of the estate ot T. G. Smith, de. September 10th, ISS4. GARDINER At STEt-HENBON, Attorneys for Pc- tHtoner eeptitd Notice of Administrator's Sale of Real Estate at Private Sale. Notice is hereby gt. aa tact in pursuance of en order of the Superior Ooart of the oounty of Lo* Angeles, state of California, mene on the xtd day of September, 1884, in the nutter of the es tate of VY. X McDonald, deceaead, the under signed, the edmtnistraUr of said estate, will aell at prirate sale, to the highest bidder, for oaeh, in lawful money et the United States et America, or one-half cash in aaid lawful money, the other one-half to be paid in twelve month* from the date ot the approval of the sale by the said an parlor Court, to bear interest at the rate et tan per cent- per annum, said last payment with in terest to be aecured by mortgage upon the whole of tbe property so sold, and subject to confirma tion by said Superior Court, on and after the 13th l»a> «»r O. tohrr, IM*4. All the right title, interest and estate of the aaid W. i*. MoDoiaM, deceased, at the time of bis death, and all the right, title aad Interest i that the said estate haa by operation of law or ! otherwise acquired other than or in addition to that ot said estate at the time ot hts death, in and to all that certain lot, piece or parcel nf land >Itust*, lying and being ia the aatd county of Loa 1 Aitgvles. State of Callfornis, and boundsd and | described as follows, to-wit: The west half of the northwfst ouartsr of the northeast quarter of section No ten ,101, township No one (.1) ■oath, range No. tsn (10) west, Sao Bernardino Meridian, being the west tl 38-100 acres of ths abovs described tract. Deed and tirortgega at tbe expense of pur- All bids must be in writing and left at the otßee of J. B, Hotlaway, attorney-at-law, No. 4». Tempi* Block, Loe Angeles oity, or deHvsred to tbe unHsrsigneu personalty at 1 towns*- City VpAsruber Sad. IHU M. D. OUwVUtI.. Administrator of ths beats of W P MeDosjald, |J. B Nollewav, attorney. asptStw LBOAU Court House and Jail Boutin. OUU'I OrriLK, Board or Scruntsu, ) Umi AktiLw, ~ |t, i„>., ,w, ISH4. f Notice lahereb) girth tint tbe following reso lutlon wm duly adapted by the Board of Super visors of Loa Angeles county at a regular meet ing held September 10, l«o4, to wit; On motion of Supervisor Moesser It la hereby resolved and ordered. That it is necessary for the county of Loa Angeles. California, to contract a bonded Indebtedness In the sum of three hun dred '.housaud dollars (#ao".tH>o) and the parti, v tar )turpose fur wliii h said lint, btednees ia to be created Is as follows, to-wlt: To procure money, to-wit. the sum last afore said, to erect a suitable Court House i. id Jail |pj said county, and for such purpose It is hereby proposed to Issue bonds of said cut) iv the amount aforesaid, and such amount I" 'israhy de cided lo lis requisite for tbe arecties) f such Court House aud Jail. It is further ordered that the querilou of thu Issue of said bonds shall be submitted to the • pialitlod electors of said county at ths next gen eral fdection, to-wlt, on the 4th day of Novem ber, A. D. I*B4, and that notice of such election shall be giv. n hy publication lv the Loe Astusxis Uailt Ha&ALD, a newspaper published in aaid county, by thu Clerk of this Board, for four weak* prior to said da) of election, and that the ballots used at such election. In so far as the do t< iiiiination of the que tion of the issuance of safd bond* h ouc. rued, shall be printed. "For UirUno of bonds,' or "Against the issue of And notice la further given that an election wilt be duly held at thn time and for tbe purpoe. aud lv tbu manner set forth In said resolution. Hy order of the Board of Supervisors. MtiMw A VV POFTS, Clerk. Adjudication of Insolvency, Stay of Proceedings and Order of Publi cation of Notice to Creditors. In the Superior Court of the Couaty of Los Aogolos, State of C&hforuia. In the matter of Henry Hampton, an Insolvent Debtor. Henry Hampton having Sled In this Court his petition, schedule aud Inventory lv insolvency, by which it appears that he Is an insolvent debtor, the said Henry Hampton Is hereby de clared to be insolvent. The Sheriff of the count) of Loa Angeles Is hereby directed to take posses sion of all the etrtkle, real and personal, of the said Henry Hampton, debtor, except such as uaay be by law exempt from execuuoa, and of all hie deeds, vouchers, books ef account, aud papers, and to keep the same safely until tin appointment of an assignee of his estate. All persons are forbidden to pay any dsbta to tbe said Insolvent, or todeliveranj property belong ing to bun, or to any oersoti, firm, or corporation, er association for his use. The said debt or is hereby forbidden to transfer or deliver any property, until the further order of thle Court, exceut as herein ordered. It is further ordered, that all the creditors of aaid debtor be and appear before the Hon. Uenry M Smith, a Judge of the Superior Court of the said county of Los Augeles, In open Court, at the court room of said Court, in the city and oounty of Los Angeles on the 1 Nt !»«., or \»v«'mbrr. 111*4. At 10 o'oiook a. a., of that day, to prove their debts and choose one or more assignees of the es tate of said debtor U is further ordered, that the order be pub lished in the Los Angeles Daily Hkualp, a news paper of general circulation, published in the city and county of Los Angeles, as often as the said paper la published, before the said day set for the meeting of the creditors. And It is further ordered, tbat In the mean time, all proceedings against the said insolvent be stayed. HENRY M SMITH, Judge of the Superior Court, Dated September 29th. 1884. cci SOtd J. It Dupuy, Attorney for fnselvent. IN THE STJPEKIOR OOTJRT Of the County of Loa Angele., State of California. In tho matter of the Applluetl m of the Loe An geles end Humbold Lumber Company, a oorpo retlon, to dissolve. Notice ii hereby given that the Lot Angeles end Humboldt Lumber Company, a corporation formed under the laws of the State of California, has presented to the Superior Court of tha coun ty of Los Angeles, State or Callfornla.an applica tion praying to be allowed to dissolve, and for a Judgment and order of the Court declaring the said corporation dissolved, and Saturday , the 4th Day •fOetaber, mm. At 10 o'clock a. a., has been appointed as the time, and the court room of the Superior Court in which the Hon. Henry 11. Smith, one of the Judges of said Court, holds Court, st the Court House In the city of Los Amteles, as the place at which said application will be beard. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of the Superior Court, aforesaid, this 22d day of August, 1884. [Seal.l A. W. POTTB, County Clerk and ex Officio Clerk of the said Su perior Court. By E. H. OWEN, Deputy. eug*3td. Proposals for Jail Engine House Etc. Notice is hereby given that sealed proposals will be received by tbe undersigned up to tha meeting ef the Council of the oity of Los Angeles ol September 90th, 1884, for the erection com plete of Jail, Engine House, Police Station, etc., and fitting up old building on oity lot N. W. cor ner of spring street and Second street, in accordance with plans and specifications drawn by R. B. Young, arcbitect, and on Hie in the office of the Clerk of the Council. A certified check for $250, payable to the order of the undersigned, must accompany each bid aa surety that the bidder sill enter into a contract in conformity with his Did if the same Is ac cepted by tbe Council. The Council reserves the right to reject sny snd aU bids. By order of the Council of the City of Lea An gelee st its meeting of September lflth, 1884. VV. W. BOBIMiON, Clerk of the Council of the city of Los Angeles. Los Angeles, September lrtth, 18S4. eeolV lOt Notice of Time for Proving Will. Etc. STATE OF CALIFORNIA, ) Curntv or Los AJrssußi f IN THE SUPERIOR COURT In thesiatterot tbe Estateof Anita F. Trudel, deceased. Kotice is herebvgiven that Wednesday, the first day of October, A. D. 1884. at 10 o'olock a. m of said day, at the western Court-room ot this Court, in the court House of the county of Los Angeles, «t the city sf Los Angeles, California, haa been appointed tor hearing the application of George H. Smith, praying that a document now en file In this Court, purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Anita F. Trudel, de ceased, be admitted to Probate, and that letters testamentary be issued thereon to him, at which time and place all psrsons interested therein may appear and contest the same. Dated September <7tb, 1884. ISaak] A. W. PUTTS, Coanty Clark. By it. E. TANEY, Deputy. septlStd Notice of Intention. Notice is hereby given that it is the intention of the Council of the city of Los Angelea to es tablish the grade of Fourth street from Main street to Los Angeles street as *ollows: At the intersection of Main street and Fourth street the grade shall be as now established ll 50 feet above the datum plane; at a point on Fourth street 226 feet easterly from ths east boundary of Main street tbe grade shall be 8 feet above the datum plane; at tbe intersection ot Loa Angetae si reet aod Fourth street the grade shall be X feet below the datum plane. All persons interested are hereby notified to file their objections, if any they have, with tbe Clerk of the Council, within tan days of ths date of the first publication of this notice. By order of the Council of the city of Los An geles at its meeting of September 23d. 18S4. W. W. ROBINSON, Clerk of the Council of the City of Lea Angeles. Los Angelea, September 24. ISS4. sepis lot Proposals for Cleaning out and Ex cavation of a section of the Wa ter Tunnel at the upper extremity of Zanja Madre. Notice is hereby given tbat sealed proposals will be received by the undersigned up to the meeting of the Council of the city c? Los An geles cf September 3' th, 1884. for cleaning out and excavation of a section of the Water Tunael at the upper extremity of the Zanja Madre aad Zanja 6-1 which has fallen in and is now ob structsd by said debris, in accordance with spec ifications on file in his offlo*-. The Council reserves tbe ngfat to reject any and all bids. Dy order ot tbe Council of the City of Lee An geles at Its meetirur of August *»th, 1894. W. W. ROBINSON, Clerk of the Council of tbe City cf Los Angalea. Lee Angeles. September 24th. 1594. aeptSft fat Notice to creditors. In the Superior Court of tbe County of Loe Angeles, State of California. In the matter of ths Esute of Nloholaa Renter, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the undersign*! Ad ministrator with tbe V* 111 annexed ot the esute of Nicholas KeiflVr. deceased, to the creditor* of the said decedent, and to all nif rmi bavleg claims against him. to exnilst them with ths necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the said Ad j mintstrator, at his place of business, to-wlt At the office of J. Brousseau. No. M Baker Block, in the city of Loe A age les. county of Los An gales, State of California. EDMOND ROTH, Administrator with the WIM snneisd of the (Es tate of Nicholas KelSer, dtceased. Dated Loe Angeles, Cal., Sept. sth, ISB*. sapttt iw wkly. DONT FORUET THI NEW YORK BAZAR I For we are asltins: Notteos aad Fancy Goods at i New Yom prices. No loaders ia our trade la vended only to mislead. Tbs greater part cf our goods are shipped dlrt-etiv from X*w York bar*. on contract ratsa. by whioh is seas we are able to i sail afl foods at ismting oiicsa j it NORTH sFk.NU STREET. aaSSla. 3 j LEGAL. Certificate of Co-partnership. STATE OF CALIFORNIA. > „ Couwtt or Los Assbubs. I™ We, tbe undersigned, do hereby certify tbat we are partners, transacting bustaeas In 'Id* Mass, at the town of El Monte, oouuty of L , Aswtles. Stated California, under the Ann an■ ■■ c of BeU A Haddox ; that ths sanies in ful of ait the mem bers of such partnership are Charles M Bell and John Theodore Haddox; that the said Charles M. Bull residua at the town uf El Mottle, oounty of Los Angoles, State uf Calitornia. aod the said John Theodore Baudot: resides at the town ef El Monte, county of Lee Angeles, State of Cali fornia In witness whereof, we have hereunto sat our hands this 12th day ot September ISS4 OBAS. M BELL. JOHN THEODORH HADDOX, Statb or caLiroaMA, i _ Couwtt or Los AXMLBS, f **' On this 12tb day of September, one thousand eight hundred aud sighty-four, before me, M. 8. Wilton, a Justice of the Peace In and (or said county, residing therein, duly commissioned and appeared Charles M. Bell aad John Thuodore Haddox,known to me to be the per nous described in. whose names are subscribed to the within instrument, arm acknowledged to aw that they executed the same. In witness whereof I have hereunto sat my hand, at my office, in the town of El Monte and ceuutyof Loe Aug. les, the day and year first above written. M. S. WILSON, septl4 lm Justice of the Pease. ■ I ■ AUCTION SALES. Auction Sales By JOHN V. BELL A CO., REAL ESTATE AND OENERAL AUCTIONEERS Offloe, Room 22, Temple Block, over the County Bank. Rea oatatc In all parts of the city, iuclud ing residences and business properties, blocks md r in hes, subdivided and, sold at auction or Appraisements of every description of property a specialty. Sales made at auction b/ order of Courts, Administrators, Executors, Covnmisaioa ers, Receivers, Mortgagees and Trustees, faithful ly complying with prescribed legal fonua. Houses snd rooms rented; assume charge of proprrty, hold power of attorney for n bseatees, collect rents, attend to taxes, Insurai m, street work, improvements aud buildings. A'so, auction, horse audi arnage mart and sales yard, I am Angelea street, between First and Second streets NOYES & FIELD, Real Estate and General Auctioneers, REQUENA ST.,« DOORS FROM MAIS, Opposite the 0 * Hobl. in the B«jh Blook, WIL oooduct a general auction business oo ta. moat liberal ternui Prompt returns made on all aale, Our regular Satur day aale of HORSES, WACONS AND HARNESS —At twm — Central Horse Market, One door from Main Street. K. VV. NOYES, "hit WM. T. FIELD. ... , ■ ———— Housewives, Attention I THE LOB ANOELES Carpet Beating Machine COMPANY Rave the only new aad reliable maohlaary in Southern California for cleaning oerpsu.eto., and Guarantee all Work Dona and »* Reasonable Prices. Carpet, taken up. cleaned and ralald In any part of the city or .üburbs on th. shortest notlc Leeve orders at the Loa Angeles Furniture Com pany's Store, 2594 261 N. Main Street, or by Kail to Box 1161 LACEY BROTHERS. auglttt ONTARIOI The Model Settlement ot SOUTSERS CALWeSSIA FOS HEALTH, CLIMATE AND CHOICE FRUIT 8. Map of tract and copy ot "Ontario Fruit Orow ar" sent free on application. Proceedings pf Senii-Annua! State Convention of Fruit Orowera, with Ontario Appendix, giving profits of fruit culture, climate and general In formation, sent on reoelpt of 80 cents In stamps. Apply to J. 8. CALKINS. Boom No. 6, Sehu maker Block, opp. P. 0.. Loa Angelas, or address IHAIFKY HRON,, Ontario, Cal. Janet? FOR SALE. A Very Desirable House on Fort street; corner lot with Oottafe Of 6 Large Well Furnished Booms, bath, olosets and pantries; a beautiful yard, with grass lawn, fruit and ornamsstal trees, outbuild ings and sewerage good. Satisfactory re moss for selling. Apply at ones to DOBINSON 4 FAIBCHILD. Agents, septlStf 42 North Spring Street FOR SALE. A Cottage of Six Rooms. TV. Ist. Mt out with fruit .nd oruiseatal Well of (rood Pure Water. With Plret-rUM Wind Mill Tower end iOOO rhl lon Unit, bun end other outbuilding.. 406 Mozart Street, Seej Werruum it reet. Kut Lo. Anfele, eeptiat! New Drag Store. CHRIS, CARVER, Xo. XT Scuta Sprint Street, BBYSON BLOCK DKALKK IU Pure Drags Jedicines, Patent Medicine*, Traaaea, Syringe*. Toilet Article, Low, Son S Hjtden Balk Perfume*. Phv«lri.n, Prescription, wcurmtot. mm~ QOODB ALL NKW ADD PKKBH wplW A RARE BARGAIN! H. J. STEVKNSON offer, for ttle 500 Acret of Choice) Orchard and Vineyard Land with Abnndaace of Water and Timber At* Beta ark ably Low Price. IfeoMwlthlathe wMtfewdednv TITLE, UNITED STATES PATENT. Term, oel, m*H 0%%%. For lection ud in.p. ot property room 1,. Downer Blook.on IMd»T end S.turd»r ettuiwuh. uHet Notice to Epicure*. 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