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METEOROLOGICAL. The Snperb Climate of South ern California. THE FINEST ON THE EfiKTH. The Record of Our Signal Service Oflice for Ten Full Years Complete. That Buperb publication, the Illis trated Herald for 1888, gives among other statistical matter, the complete j records of the Signal Service office in this c city for ten full years, so far as these re- j late to temperature; clear, fair and I cloudy days; precipitation ; duration of J the rainy season, etc., etc. A resume of , this cannot fail to prove of prime interest , to readers of the Herald in all parts of < the country. The averages in tempera- I ture for the ten years for each month is J as follows:, MONTH H. L. M. MONTH H. 1.. M. Jan.. 75 3 33.0 51.1 July . .03 5 51.7 08.5 Feb.. 70 1 35.0 54.4 kMg, 00 0 52 8 89.9 , M'rch.B2 8 39.2 56.2 Sept. .98 4 48 4 00 4 April 85.0 42 0 58.1 Oct, .80.3 43 3 02.0 May . 81.3 42.0 03.1 for .33.4 37.3 57.0 June..92.2 49.7 65.0 Dec....80.1 38 3 5-L5 The meanißg of the table is that the H column gives the average highest ther mometer for the ten years; the L col umn the average lowest degree, and the M column the mean temperature. In the period covered for each year the number of days when the mercury went above 90 degrees and below 32 degrees was as follows: Year. Above 90*. A hove Below 90". 32". 1878 5 1 1879 18 1 1880 2 : 1881 17 < 1882 .10 < 1883 27 3 1884 15 ..- 0 1885 26 0 1886 27 0 1887. 12 0 In the ten years under review the mer cury reached 100 degrees but eleven times, and of these it passed that point but seven times. If the clearness of the atmosphere is considered it will be found that the rec ord of averages for the decade by months is as follows : Month Clear. Fair. Cl'dy January 17 7 5 February .14 9 6 March , 13 12 7 April 11 12 8 May 12 13 6 . Jane 10 15 5 July 12 IS 1 August 16 13 1 September 17 12 1 October 18 1(1 2 November 17 9 3 December 16 8 4 The average of cloudy days for the 10 years is only 49 per year. The average number of rainy days in that period is only 41 per year for 12 months, and the record includes all days on which one - hundredth part of an inch of rain fell. Think of it! In ten years the mercury reached 90 degrees only 159 times, and fell to SI degrees on only six occasions. In the same period the cloudy days averaged only forty-nine per annum, and the days when any rain fell came to only the beggerly account of an average of forty-one per year. Here is the average total precipitation per month for the decade: Month. Inches.! Month. Inches. January 2.45j!u1y 04 February 4.o"!August 02 March 2.92! September 03 April 2 171 October 52 May 431 November 1.50 June 20: December 3 33 The total average per annum for the ten years is 17.45. Note that the rain all falls in the months between November and April inclusive. Another flue point about our climate is the dryness of the atmosphere during the greater portion of the year. During the warm period of the year tbe average humidity is very low. For the past year by months the record runs as follows: Month. 1887. e Humidity — Percent- age of. January February March April May June July August September October Kovember December ... A. M [Up. 11p.m. Mean. 76.4 66 8 85.9 81 5 87.8 78.5 83.1 78.9 78 6 72.9 84 2 78 5 89 4 82.7 89.7 80.9 90 0 83.0 80.9 73.7 90.0 78.1 81.4 74.4 1017 4 927.4 84.8 77 3 Sums Annual Means. There is one point about our climate which the unobservant might not see. It is this: Read carefully the tables of rela tive humidity just above. The high fig ures will all be found of course in the early morning hours and in the latter part of the afternoon, increasing as night comes on. Now if the table of daily temperature for the same hours of tbe day were given, it would appear that the high degrees of heat always occur here at such hours as are marked by a very low degree of humidity. The humidity in the table at 7 a. m. ranges at 70 to 96 degrees, but at that hour in our warmest spells the thermometer will run at GO to 70 degrees. At 3 p. if. the humidity ranges along at from 51 to 69 degrees, an hour when the temperature is higher. The hottest period of the day in this sec tion is between 10 and 12 o'clock in the morning; and these hours are the dryest in the day. This is a fact which means much in any estimate of the agreeable ness of the climate. So accustomed are the people of this section to fine weather that a slight de gree of discomfort from this source dis gusts them. The middle of August last was characterized by a few days c f high temperature. This is the way the Herald spoke in its editorial columns of that episode: Old Sol got in his work in fine shape on us yesterday. The maximum figure ran up to 'J7 degrees Fahrenheit. The current summer will propably chronicle a larger number of hot days than any other in the past ten years in this sec tion. But, much as we suffer from such a visitation, how blessed our lot as com pared with the sun-stricken anu swelter ing East! While for an hour or so the mercury climbs to 90 degrees and even to 95 degrees, or as yesterday to the extreme of 97 degrees, yet during the earlier hours of the morning tem perature ranges only along in the eixties. By 5 o'clock in the afternoon it gets back to the same entirely endurable degree; later it falls to 60 degrees, if not, indeed, to a lower point. The cool nights are most provocative of sound sleep, and we all awake in the morning, refreshed and reinvigorated for the day's toil. In St. Louis, for example, the mercury has been ranging along at 100 degrees to lU2 degrees as a maximum temperature, while at midnight the nearest approach to comfort has been 98 degrees. The horses to the number of thirty a day have fallen dead in the street. THE LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 16, 1888. As a contrast, on ttie lKth of the month the New York M'orld spoke of the weather in that city and at other points in this way: Even the Signal Service man suc cumbed to the heat and humidity yester day. He lav back in his chair gasping for breath. His collar had melted away. His clothes hung limp about him, a stream of perspiration poured down his face and his hands hung mo'ionless by his side. On a screen behind was written these words: Of all the s»d words that mortal can eyicil. The saddest are these: it's butter than , well. Just below in big letters was written: Please do not say it's hot; The man who said it lust got shot. And it was no wonder than even the iron-bound, rock-ribbed, cast-steel, double-plated signal-service men were gone, for the humidity was something awful, and like an invisible vampire sapped the vitality of man and beast ane made them weary of life. Everywhere the people said so; they told it to one an other as they hurried through the swelt ering streets"; they talked of it in tbe ho] restaurants where they tried to eat ant drink and forget their misery, and up it the great high factories and workshops Down on the Stock Exchange the bro kers stopped in their wild chase aftei money and found the weather a univer sal meeting ground where bull and beat could stand together, and the women ii the big tenement houses panted ant wondered to each other if it would evei be cool again. The thermometer at the top of tin Equitable building at 8 o'clock in th( morning marked 77 degrees. Th< humidity then was 70, and the air-bel thick and sticky. As the day aelvancee heavy clouds hung like blankets over the earth. Men found the air stifling. It i> doubtful if a more distressing hour that that between 1:30 and 2 :30 has been ex perienced in this city this summer. The air became closer and closer, and finallj the big drops of a thunder shower begin to fall. The shower lasted about ar hour, and during that time .00 of an mcL of water fell. After that the air percep tibly cooled, and at S o'clock last night the official tube registered 78 decrees. The air was still full of moisture from the rain, for the humidity was 80. While New Yorkers sweltered, how ever, people at Moorhead, Dak., wore overcoats and shivered over fires. The thermometer was just eight degrees above freezing point. Last night Feathei Point, on the St. Lawrence, was the coolest place, the thermometer showing 48 degrees. A hot wave seemed to be sweeping along the Atlantic coast, for all the indications from Maine to Florida were unusually high. The weather men's prophecy of "cooler weathersoon" is too vague to bring much comfort. But while some joked and tried to make light of the terrible oppressiveness, sorrow and death were borne to other's homes on the humid atmosphere. Anna Fitzpatrick, 60, of No. 332 East Fifty fourth street; Daniel Shea, 48, of No. 8!) Baxter street; Kate McGovern, 15 months old, of No. 50;', West Thirty-sixth street, and Louisa Kurtz, 3 months old, of No. 073 East One Hundred and Fiity sixth street, died from the effect of the heat. The prostrations unattended with fatal results were as follows: Mary Flaherty, thirty-five, of No. 342 East Sixty-first street, overcome at Broadway and Park place; taken to Chambers-street Hospital. Peter Conway, twenty-four, of No. 221 East Thirty-first street, at No. 170 Hester street; to Chambers-street Hospital. John Matchet, forty-five, of No. 444 West Thirty-sixth street, at Tenth ave nue and Twenty-second street; to New York Hospital. Hugh Tratey, sixty, of No. 17 Tenth avenue, overcome at Forty-sixth street and Ninth avenue; to Hoosevelt Hos pital. Mary Lally, eighteen, a domestic at the Grand Union Hotel, overcome while at work; to Bellevue. Joseph Tasker, thirty-five, of No. 3G Cherry street, at No. 54 Wall street; tc Chambers-street Hospital. James McCall, thirty, of No. 500 West Twenty-fifth street, at No. 531 West Twentieth street; to New York Hospital. John Barry, twenty-eight, of No. 1( Jones street, at Morton and West streets taken home. That our climate is better than the best in Europe may be seen from the following table: Ii iiiflflili Months. 3 1 Z Jj 9 8 S 2 I if H ip c re <*• so brtft « f» c ! 3 5 I-IIiis i«i § 3 B »|3 B 3 H 3 S 5 o jj » re re • re B . . SB SB . (a • R •anuary 53.7 54.4 52.8 48.2 47.'-' .-,3 1; 'ebruarv 54.2 55 0 54 2 48.5 50.2 51 8 ,Iarch " 55.(1 50 4 5(i O 52 0 52.0 53 0 ltdll 57.M 58 a 57.1) 57.2 57 I 5*.3 lay " 01.1 00.2 01.0 03.0 02.11 lit;.7 une.. . 04.4 02.0 55.5 70.0 00.2 72 3 uly, 67.3!«5.7 08.3 75.0 74.3 (17.7 ingust.. .. 08 7 67.0 60.5 75.0 73 8 81.3 u,bur' 66.0 65 (i 67.5 60 (I 70.(1 78.8 ictober .. 02.5 02 1 02 7 74.4 61.8 70 8 .'ovember-. 5H.2 5 80 58 » 54 U 58.3 03 8 lecember 55.5 55.3 54.P 49.0 19.3 58 4 Averages 60.6 60.2 00.4 60.4 OO.ljoS .0 Itlen and Women's Bones, Joints and muscles may escape the agonizing ;ortures of rheumatism if they will but "lake time by tbe forelock," aDd annihilate the fymptoms of oncoming trouble with the be nignant and highly sanctioned blood depurent and alterative, Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. Poisons mostly constitute the ordinary means of battling with this atrocious complaint. 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Ii your druggists have not got it, we will send It prepaidon receipt oi price, ffl.OO. For sale by C. H. Hance. iiia iiii £H THE SUPERIOR COURT Of the County of Lcs Angeles, State of Cali fomia, Department No. James Pedgrllt,' John Grant, Jamea Smith, plaintiffs, vs. Pierre Europe, Calmet Francois, Defendants — Action brought iv the Superior Court of the County of U>s Angeles, state of California, and the complaint filed in Ihe office of the Clerk of said county. Bower ,t Heath man, plaintiffs attorneys. The people of the State of California scud greeting to Pierre Eucope and Calmet Fran cois, defendants. You are hereby required to appear in an action brought against yon by the above-named plain tills in the Superior Court of the said County of Los Augeles. State of California, aud to answei to the complaint filed therein, within ten days (exclusive of tbe day of service) after the ser vice on you of this summons—if servi d within this county or, if served elsewhere, within thirty days, or judgment by default will be taken acaiust you, according to the prayer of said complaint. The said action is brought to quiet title to n certain piece and parcel oi land situated In the city and county of Los Angeles, State of Cali fornia, aud particularly described as follows: Commencing at comer ol willow fence being Southwest comer of the laud of E. N. Fletcher, and running thence along the North line of the Philbin Tract N t'.:i degrees 25 minutes W '-!.0:> chains; thence N 10 degrees 50 minutes X 2.36 chaius; thence N r>S d. grees2s minutes W 1.1.") chains; thence N 21)\ degrees X 4.56 chains; thence S 58 degrees 15 minutes E 7.11 chains to the willow fence oi K. K. Fletcher; thence along said willow fence S :il degrees 10 min utes W 0.33 chains to the place of beginning, containing 4 '2801 acics of land, being toe identical piic.fl of laud described in a deed dated Sept. 2, 1857, irom Pierre Fertan to Pierre Lasabal, recorded in Book 3, page 755, of Deeds of Los Angeles County Records, wherein said parcel of land is described as be ing 160 varus in length and 80 varas in width, aud as then adjoining the land of Julian Ken don, Luis Valensuela, TeodocioSais and Pedro Dominguez, as will more tally appear by rei erenee to the complaint filed herein. Aud yon are hereby notified that if you fail to appear and answer tbe said complaint is above required, the (aid plaintiffs will apply to the Court for the relief prayed for in the said com plaint. Given under my hand aud the Seal of the Superior Court of the said County of Los An geles, State of California, this 10;h day of March, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred aud eighty-eight. [seal ] C. H. DUNSMOOR, Clerk. jyBd-sun-10t By F. B. F«nnino, Deputy Clerk. VOTICE. U. 8. Land Office at Los Angela*. Cal.j May 24, 1888. j Complaint having been ontered atthh)office by Charlss Merrill again-c Jno. R. Forman for abandoning his Homes! ad Entry No. 3 508, dated February 11,1884. pon the NEC, Sec.,lo, Tp. 8 N.,R. 14 \V., in Lc Augeles County, Cal., with a view to the cat '-citation of said entry, the said parties are he eby summoned to ap pear at this office on the 21st day of November, 1888, at 10 o'clock a. St., o respond and fur nish testimony concert ig said alleged aban donment. H.V PATTON, Register. I. H.POLK, Receiver. F Jordaw, Plaintiff's Attorney. sl4 not TO CREDITORS. Estate of Marccllns E. Hodgkins, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned ad ministratrix oi the estate of Marccllns E. Hodg kins, deceased, to the creditors of and all per sons having claims against the said deceosed to exhibit the same witn the necessary vouchers, within ten months after the first publication of this notice to the said administratrix, at rooms. 3 uud 4, Downey Block, in tbe city of Los An gelei, State of California, the same being the place for the transaction of tte business of said estate in the county of Los Angeles, State oi California. Dated this 7th day of July, A. D. 1888. ELIZABETH A. HODGKINB, Administratrix of the estate of Marcellus E, Hodgkius, deceased. John Lynch, Attorney for Administratrix. JyßsunSt ASSESSMENT NOTICE. Lake Hemet Water Company, priucial place of tmsintss room 2S, Baker Block, Loa Angeles, Cal. Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the Directors, held on the 12th day of Septem ber, 1888, au assessment oi ten cents (lOct*) per share was levied upon the assessable capi tal stock of the corporation, payable on the Ist day of October, ISBB, to the Treasurer of the company, E. F. Spence, at the First National Bank, Los Angeles, Cal. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the 15th day of October 1888, will be delinquent aud advertised fot sale at public auction, aud, unless payment ii made before, will be sold on the 10th day o November, 1888, to pay tbe delinquent assess ment, together with costs of advertising anc expenses of sale. J. W. 1! art, Secretary. Room 28. Baker Block, Los Angeles, Cal. sl4-td. J^OTICE. U. S Laud Office, Los Angeles, CaL, j August 28, 1888 ) Notice is hereby given to all whom it may concern, that Dolores Cook, whose postofflcc address is Newhall, Los Augeles county, Cali fomia. having made upplicatiou to make home stead entry on the N.W. 1 , of section 8, Tp No, 5N.0. R No. 16W.,8. B. M.i and said tract having been suspended from entry and sale by Hon. Commissioner of the G. L. O. on account of its alleged mineral character, a hearing i> hereby ordered to take place before the Registei and Receiver, at the Land office, at Los Augeles, on October 31, 1888, at 10 o'clock a. m., to de termine the minenl or Don-mineral eharaottM of said laud, at which time and place all per sons interested are required to appear and pro duee any evidence they may have of the mineral character of said land. H. W. PATTON, Register. s!3 30t* 1. H. POLK, Receiver. VTOTICE OF ASSESSMENT OF THE LOf il Angeles Cable Railway Company. Location of principal place of business, Loi Angeles, Cal. Notice is Hereby Given, that a meeting oi tht Board of Directors, held at the oflice of the corn pan,on the 13th day of September, 1888. an as sessment (No. 1) of Four Dollars ($4.00) pei share was levied upon the Capital Stock oi the Corporation, payable immediately in United States gold coin to the Treasurer of said Com pany, the Farmers and Merchants Bank, south east corner of Main and Commercial streets, in the City and County of Los Angeles, htate ol California. Any stock upon which this assess ment shall remain unpaid on the 17th day oi October, 1888, will be delinquent, and adver tised lor sale at public auction, and unless pay ment is made before will be sold Monday, the sth day of November, 1888, to pay the delin quent assessment together with costs of adver tising and expenses of sale. By order of the Board of Directors S. P. JEWETT, Secretary of the Los Angeles Cable Railway Company. Oflice: Room 9, Mascarel Block,) 132 Forth Main Street, ho>[ Angeles, California. J sl4-td FOR PUBLICATION. Land Oflice at Los Angeles. Cal.,( September 13.1888. ) Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof In support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the Register and Receiver at Los Angeles, Cal., on Monday, October 22, 1888, viz.: Constant Lebrun, Homestead No. 1057, for lots 1, 2 and 3, Sec. 6, Tp. 5 N., R. 15 W , 8. B. M. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said land, viz.: Michel Leouis, Celestiu save, ol Los Angelea, Cal.; F. Veys et, J. Duarte, of Elizabeth Lake, Los Angeles County, Cal. 615 M)'.* H. \V. PATTON. Register. DRUNKhN NbSS Or tbe Liquor Habit Positively Cured by Administering Or. Haines' Holden Specific. It can be given in a cup of coffee or tea without the knowledge of tne person taking it; is absolutely harmless and: will effect a permanent and speedy DOM, whether the Eatient is a moderate drinker or an alco olic wreck. Thousands of drunkards have been made temperate men who have taken Golden Specific In their coffee without their knowledge, and to-day believe they quit drink ing of their own freewill. IT NEVER FAILS The ayatem once impregnated with the Specific, it becomes an utter impossibility for the liquo appetite to exist. For sale by R, w. Ellia it Co Druggists, 27 S. Spring St., Los Angeles. myO-eod-d&wkly ly LIEBIO COMPANY'S EXTRACT OF MEAT. FINEST AND Meat Flavoring Stock —FOR— SOUPS, MADE DISHES and SAUCES. Annual sale 800,000 Jars. Genuine only with fac-simile of Baron f r jm Lfehig'a signature In 4^t^»f ir f^^. BLUE INK across la-jy mtf bel. To be had oi all Storekeepers, Grocers, and Druggists. dec2lmon& thurl2m Private entrance for ladies to the Vienna Buffet, on Requena street. DELINQUENT SALE. J£EMET LAND COMPANY, j Principal place of business, Loa Angeles City, , State of California. | Notice-There is delinquent upon the follow ing described stock, on account, of assessment evied ou the 4th day of May, 1888, the several amounts set opposite the names of the iesptct- i ivc shareholders as follows: • No. of No. of Amount Name. Certificate. Shares. due. A. H. tudson 85 1,000 $1,000 Do 86 1,000 1,000 ] Do 87 1,000 1,000 . Do 88 1,000 1,000 Do 89 1,000 1,000 Do 90 1,000 1,000 I Do 91 1,000 1,000 Do » 92 1,000 1,000 Total amount due $8,000 And in accordance witn law, so many shares ot each parcel of such stock as may be ueces- 1 sarv will he sold at the oflice of the enmpanv on the sth day of September, 18S8, at. 1:30 o'clock p. m. of such day. to pay delinquent assessments thereon, together with costs of advertising and expenses of the sale. J. W. BARR, Secretary, Room 28, Bilker Bock, Los Angeles, Cal. aulStd The sale of delinquent stock of tho Hemet Land Company for the above mentioned assess ment is hereby postponed by order of the Board of Directors until Tuesday, September 25,1888. at 1:30 p. M.j ol which said order of the Board of Directors the following Is a copy: "On motion, an order hub passed that the time of Bale of delinquent stock advertised for sale September 5, ISBB. at. 1:30 P. M., be post poned until Tuesday, September 25, 1888, at 1:30 r. M. J. W BARR. Secretary, Room 28, Baker Block, Los Angele6, Cal. ■etd piBU OIL COMPANY. Location of principal place of business, Los A uncles, Cal. There in delinquent on tho following de scribed stock, on account of assessment levied on July 19th, ISSB, tbe several amounts set opposite the names of the respective sharehold ers, as follows: No. of No. of Amount Certificate. Shares. due Johu H, Wise 1 257 1+1,709 And in accordance with law and an order of the Board oi Directors made on July I Oth, ISSB, so many shares of each parcel oi such stock ss may De neoessary will be sold at room 77. Temple block, Los Angeles, on the 22d day of September, 1888, at 3 P m. of such day, to pay delinquent assessments thereon, together with costs of advertising and cx-ensesof sale. THOMAS RHODES, Secretary, Room 77, Temple Block. Los Angeles. sl2-10t LBOAIr. OF FORECLOSURE SALE. Samuel Barrett, plaintiff, vs. James F. Bol ster, Fred 11. Crafts aud Gustav Koehler, de fendants. Sheriff's sale No. 7,792 Order of Sale and Decree of Foreclosure and Sale — Under aid by virtue of au order of sale aud decree of foreclosure aud sale, issued out of the Superior Court of the County of Los Augeltß, State ol California, on the Oth day of Sep'em • ber, A. D. ISSS, iv the above entitled action, - wherein Samuel Barrett, the above named • plaintiff, obtained judgment and decree of foreclosure aud sale against James F. Bolster > et al., defendants, on the 20th day of August, , A. D. 1888, for the sum of $4,323.04-100, ' iv gold coin of the United States, which said I decree was, on the 20th day of Augu-t, A, I). - 1888, recorded in judgment book 8 of said i Court, at page , I am commanded to sell all I that certain lot, niece, or parcel of land, situate, I lying and being in the County of Los Angeles, State of California, and bounded anddeseilbed us follows: All of lot "E," of the Mary C. Thomas Tract ■ In said Rancho Santiago de Santa Ana, as shown and delineated upon a map of the sub divisions of said tract m*dc by GeorgeC. Knox, surveyor, recorded April 24th, 1883. in Book No. 5 of Miscellaneous Records, page 168, in the oflice of the County Recorder oi said Los , Angeles county, excepting aud reserving, as shown upon said map for roads Hiid water 1 ditches and other conduits, a Btrip of laud of , the uniform width of twenty feet, along and contigoous to the west boundary of said lot " "E" and extending the whole length of said 1 boundary. : Public notice is hereby given, that on Tues -1 day, the 2nd day of October, A. D. 1888. at 12 ; o'clock M. of that day, in front of the Court 1 House door of the County of Los Angeles, ou , Spring street, I will, In obedience to said order of sale and decree of foreclosure and sale, sell ' the above described property, or so much r thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said *i judgment, with Interest aud costs, etc., to the ■ highest and best bidder, for cash iv gold coin ." of the United Statei. 1 Dated this 7th day of September, 1888. JAMES C KAYS, Sheriff of Los Angeles County By Justin Williams, Deputy Sheriff. t8 td - JN THE SUPERIOR COURT. Los Angeles County, State of California. In the matter of the application of Los An geles Odd Fellows Cemetery Association, Los Angeles Lodge, No 35, I. 0. O. P.; Golden ; Rule Lodge, No. 160, I. O. O. F.: Grange Grove Encampment, I. 0. O. P., aud Algilito Lodge, - benevolent corporations, to sell real estate. Pursuant lo an order of Hon. A. W Button, t Judge of the Superior Court, notice is hereby r given to any and all persons interested in the t real estate of the said corporations and iv any i- matters thereof, to show cause, if any there be, r on Monday, the 17th day of September, at ten , o'clock a. m., or as'soou thereafter as said ap - pllcaiiou can be heard, at the ccurt-room of r said Court, in the Temple Block, in the City of - Los Augeles aforesaid, why the said corpora - tions should not be authorized by the said 1 Conrt to sell the real estate of said corporations situate in the City of Los Angeles, County of Los Angeles, State of California, and particu larly described as follows: Commencing at the southwest corner of the 3 Cemetery lot oi Los Angeles Lodges, I. O. O. P., and running south 40V west 297 feet, thence s south 50 J east 311 leet, more or less, to the southeastern coruer of the City Cemetery lot, 2 thence north 40' j east 377 feet to a poi ot in the - prolongation of the northeast line of the pres • ent Cemetery of the Los Angeles Odd Fellows, r thence north 50 J west 231 feet, more or less, ; to the northeast corner oi the Cemetery lot of I tbe Lob Angeles Lodges aforesaid, thence south • 40*" west 80 feet to the southern corner of - said Cemetery lot, thence north 50° west 80 i leet to place of beginning; and to make, exe f cute and deliver to any purchaser a deed or ■ conveyance in the names of said corporations, f Witnets my hand and seal oi Baid Superior Court this Oth day of September, 1888. C. H. DUNSMOOR, Clerk, i By J. M. Dunsmoor, Deputy. Dupuy & Bentlky, Attorneys for Petitioners. s7 lit LAND. U. 8. Land Offlce, Los Angeles, Cal., j September 4,1888. j Complaint having been entered at this oflice by William J. McCrackeu against Rezen Miller for failure to comply with the law as to Deßert Land Entry No. 414, dated May 23, 1887, upon the NEW Sec. 22, Tp. 7 N., R. 13 W., in Los Angeles County, California, with a view to the cancellation of said entry; con testant alleging that said land will produce an agricultural crop every year without irriga tion, and said land is not desert laud; the said parties are hereby summoned to appear at this oflice on the sth day of October, 1888, at 10 o'clock a. m., to respond and iuruish testimouy concerning said alleged failure. _s5 30t* I. 11. POLK, Receiver. FOR PUBLICATION. Land Office at Los Angeles, Cal., I August 12, 1888 ( Notice is hereby given that ihe iollowlng named settler has bled notice of his intention ' to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will bo made before the Ri gister and Receiver at Los Angeles, CaL, on Septem ber 30,1888, viz : Thomas G. Murple, Pre. D. 8. No. 5,091, for the NEW of NEW Sec. 4, Tp. 4 N„ R. 17 W., S. B. M. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said land, viz.: Lynn S. Suuffen, John H. Forthman, Wm. C. Chormicle, Wm. Lineberger, Newhall, CaL au2l 30t H. W. PATTON, Register. TO CREDITORS. In Ihe Superior Courtof the County of Los Angeles, State of California. In the matter of the estate ol F. W. Temple, deceased. Notice Is hereby given by the undersigned, as the executors of the last will of F. W Temple, deceased, to the creditors of and to all persona having claims against the estate of said de cedent, to exhibit and present the same, with thencceasary vouchera, within ten months after the first publication of this notice, to the said executors, at their place of business, at the offlce of Brousscau <& Hatch, entrance No. 2 Baker Block, city of Los Angeles, county of Loa Angeles, State of California. Dated this 7th day of September. A. D. 1888. J. W. BROWN, JOHN H. TEMPLE. Executors of the last will of F. W. Temple, deceased. sl2 30t OTICE—DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNER ship. The copartnership heretofore existing be tween the undersigned, under the name and style of Karns & Harron, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. W. H. Harron la alone authorized to settle the affairs of the late firm. (Signed) C. F. KARNS, (Signed) W. H. HARRON. Hotel Westminster, August 0,1888. aull sat st* LINEN OF TRAVEL. Men Pacific Corapj IMPORTANT CHANGE OF TIME. SEPTEMB3OR 1(>, 1888, Traius leave ami are duo to arrive at Los Angklks Daily as Follows: Leave For. destination. Arr. From. 4:35 p. m Banning. 0:20 a. m 7 40 p. w Banning 8:50 p.m. 13:00 a. M Colton J 4:30 p. M. 4-35 p. M Colton 0:20 a.m. 7:40 p. M Colton 8:50 p. M. 7:40 p. M ...Domini: ami East... 8:50 p. M. 7:40 p.m. ...EI Paso anil East.... 8.50 p.m. 1:30 p. M ; Long Beach 12:35 r. M. *S:ito a. M i (Long Bench and! 1*8:15 P.M. 9:40 a.m.: f San l'edro. I i 4:95 P.M. 5:00 p. M.j |^ n U B Fed h ro. ""I ; 8:35 *•» 9:30 p. M.j j Ogden and East j 8:00 a.m. 9:30 p.m.! Portland, Or 8:00 a.m. 9:0Oa. at. .... San Bernardino 4:30 P. H. 4:35 P. M. Baa Bernardino .... 9:20 a.m. | ... San Bernardino .. 8:50 P.M. 1:15 p. M. San Fran, and Sacram'to 8:00 a. m. 9:30 p. M. San Fran, and Sacram'to 7:00 p. M. 9:20 a. m. Santa Ana and Anaheim 3:45 p. M. 4:50 p. M Santa Ana and Anaheim 8:40 a.m. g££j* j Santa Barbara \ tTiVu. +9:30 a. M.! Santa Monica +12 :10p.m. 1:00 P. M.[ Santa Monica +4:20 P. M. + 5:10 p.m.: Santa Monica i 0:50 A.M. 0:30 p. M.j Santa Monica +8:20 A. M. *8:00 a. M.j Santa Monica. ... *7:45 a.m. •9:00 a. M.| Snn'a Monica. »0 45 A.M. *Io:Ooa.mSauta Monica *10:45 a.M. *U:ooa.m. Santa Monica *3:45 p. M. *4:00 P. M. Santa Monica. *4:45 p. M. ♦5:00 P. M.i Santa Monica *5:45 p. K. I Santa Mouica. . .. *0:45 p. M. 4:50 p. m Tustfn i 8:40 a.m. ffifrg:!. Whittier. j f£ A -Z Local and through tickets sold, baggage checked, Pullman sleeping car reservations made, and general Information given upon ap plication to C. F. SMURR, Asst. G. Pas. aud Fr't Agt., No. 202 North Main street; CHARLES SEYLBR, Agent at Depot. ♦Sundays only. +Daiiy except Sunday. 1 Tuesdays and Saturdays, to and Irom Beau mont. A. N. TOWNE, General Manager. T. H. GOODMAN, Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Agt, San Francisco. E. E. HEWITT, sepl-3m Superintendent, Los Angeles. Pacific Coast Steamship Co. GOODALL, PERKINS & CO., General Agents, SAN FBANCISCO. NORTHURN ROUTES Embrace lines for Portland, Or.; Victoria, B. C., aud Paget Sound, Alaska aud nil coast, points. > SOI'TIIERN ROUTES, ! Steamers leave Sau Pedro as follows: for. steamers. : San Francisco 1 Puclila.Panta Rosn or Queen . Port Harford I Sept. 1, 5, 9, 14,18, 23,27. San Luis Obispo | +Excursion Trips. ' Santa Barbara J Sept. 6,11,15,20, 24,-29, i San Francisco ] Sauta Cruz I M0nterey.......... I I San Simeon I Pomona, Csyuccs I Sept. 2, 10, 19, 28. ' Port Harford fEuiekn, i San Luis Obispo | Sept, 5, 14, 23. GavioH. Santa Barbara..... I i Sau Buenaventura J ~1 Santa Rosa, Pueblaor Queen I Sept. 3, 7, 12, 10, 21, 25, : San Diego !• 30. i Excursion Trips, i j Sept. 5,10,14,19, 23, 28. 1 +Excursion Trip Steamers do uot call at Port J Harford (San Luis Obispo), Cars to conned with steamers leave S. P. R.R. 1 depot, Los Augeles, as follows: With the Queen | of the P-iciflc, Santa Rosa and City ol Puebla at 1 9:40 o'clock a. m. With Pomona and Eureka, going north, at 5:15 o'clock p. M. ; passage or ireight as above or for - tic nets to or from • All Important Points In Europe, 1 apply to [ \V. EARRIS, Acting Agent, t Office: No. 8 Commercial St., Los Angeles. s California Central Railway, "SANTA EE ROUTE." On and after Sunday, August 20, 1888, trains will leave and arrive at First Street Depot as follows: Leavo. ' Los Angeles, ; Arrive. - 10:00 p. M..A Overland A 9:40 p. M. s 8:00 a. M. A .Sau Bernardino. .A [ 9:55 a.m. i 4:20 P.M. A San Bernardino. A | 4:20 p. M 3 10:00 p. M. A Sau Bernardino. A 9:40 p.m. , 10:30 a. m.'B Glendora B 2:13 p. H 5:15 p. m B Duarte B 7:30 a.m. , 0:30 P.M. 3 Duarte S 9:16 a.m. i 11:30 p.m. 10 Duarte theatre tr'n C 7:40 p.m. . 8:00 a. m. A Colton A 9:55 a.m. ,• 4:20 P. M.I A Colton A 4.20 p.m. , 8:00 a. m. lA ...Riverside A 9:55 a. m 1 4:20 p. M, A. . ..Riverside A 4:20 P. M. 8:00 A. M A Redlands-Lugonfa A 9:55 a.m. f 4:20 P. K. A Redlandß-Lugonia A 4:20 P.M. f 8:00 a.m. A . ..San Jacinto A 4:20 p.M. 8:00 a.m. A Elsinore A 4:20 p. v. I 9:00 a. m A ... San Diego.... A 12:50 p.m. j 10:37 P. M, A.. .San Diego .... A 9:00 p.m. [ 9:00 a.m. A .... Eecondido 9:00 a. m. A Bau Juan A 12:50 r. v, . 10:37 p. m. A Ban Juan.... A 9:00 p.m. 8:30 a. m.S Oc'nside&s'nJuan 8 6:23 p.m. 9:00 a. m. A Santa Ana A 12:50 p.m. I 8:30 a. M.S Santa Ana 3 6:23 P.M. 10:00 a.m. B Santa Ana B 8:45 a.m. . 500 p. m. B Santa Ana B 2:15 p.m. . 10:37 y. n. A Santa Ana A 9:00 p.m. 7:00 a.m. B ...Port Ballona... B 9:00 a.m. 9:35 a. m.B ..Port Ballona. ..IS 4:02 p.m. f 4:55 p. M.B .Port Ballona... IB 7:00 P.M. , 0:30 a.m. a Redondo Beach A 3:50 p.m. j 11:15 a.m. S Redondo Beach.|S 5:55 p.m. ' Redondo Beach trains will leave Downey '. Avenue Depot daily (except Sundays) at 9:15 a. m.. aud on Sundays at 9:06 and 11:00 a. m. . Returning, will arrive at Downey Avenue De pot daily (including Sundays) at 4:00 p. M. Also on Sunday sat (1 40 p. M. Trains leaving Los Argeles at 8 a. m. and ar riving at 4:20 p. M., connect at San Bernardino for all poiuts south to Oceanslde. A, daily; B, Daily except Snuday: C, Tues days, Thursdaya and Saturdays only; S, Sundays only. Depot at foot of First Btreet. City Ticket Offlce. No. 29 North Spring street D. McCOOL, General Manager. ! H. B. WILKINS, Gon. Pass. Agent. WILLIAMSON DUNN, General Agent. Cahoeop Valley R.R. On and alter August 12th trains will i Leave Diamond St. Leave Hollywood 1 (end of Second-st. (loot of Cahuenga Cable R.R.) pass.) 6:15 A. m. (except i 7:00 A. m. (except Sunday.); Sunday) 8:15 " I 9:00 " 10:00 " i 10:45 " 11:30 " I (Sunday 12:15 p M.j (Sunday 1:45 p.M.I only) : 2:30 " | only) 2:00 " (except i 2:45 " (except Sundayjl Sunday) 3:30 " 4:15 " 5:30 " ! 6:15 " Fare to Weed 5c.: to Weyse's Corner 10c; to Hollywood and poiuts beyond Weyse's Corner, 20c. Commutation ticke tl issued to holders of the Company's agreement therefor at 10c. A stage will meet trains at Hollywood and carry passengers to the Cahuenga Pass Hotel and other points In the Valley. H. W. Davis, Superintendent. TO THE UNFORTUNATE. nesa, Impotency and Lost Manhood permanent ly cured. The link and afflicted should not fall to call upon blm. The Doctor has traveled ex tensively In Europe' and inspected thoroughly the varioua hospitals there, obtaining a great deal of valuable information, which he la com petent to impart to those in need of hia services. The Doctor cures where others fail. Try him. DR. GIBBON will make no charge unless he effect* a cure. Persons ate distance CURED AT HOME. All communlcattona atrictly confiden tial. All letters answered In plain envelopes, Send ten dollars for a package of medicine. Call or write. Address DR. J. F. GIBBON, Box 1957, Ban Francisco, Cal. Mention Loa Augeles Hskald. 07-1 fHKDiCAL,. CONSUMPTION And all the vaiione diseases of tbe Bead, Throat anil Chest, Together with the EYE, EAR AND HEART, Successfully treated by M. Hilton Williams* M. D., M.iC. P. 5.10.y And associated with him his brother, J. A. WILLIAMS. M. D.„ I'd > sl< la ii and Surgeon, Late of Grand Rapids, Michigan, Specialiitin Female Complaints, also all forms of Chronic Diseases of the Blood, ttc. HOLXENBECH BLOCK, Cor. Second and String Sts., Los Angeles, Cal. BRONCHITIS. Acute Eronchitis. This is an inflammation of the Mucous Mem brane lining the Bronchial Tubes, and is one ot the most common ol all the pulmonary dis eases. It is a dangerous disease, as it preventß the oxygenation oi the blood, and in many cases, particularly alter it paases into the chronic stage, the substance of the luugs be -1 comes seriously involved giving rise to what > is very properly called Bronchial Consumption In the acute form there is a sense of tightness or prossure across the chest, with considerable • wheezing, severe cough and expectoration, t This is at first a white glairy mucus, which after a time btcomcß purulent. The patieLt in . some cases is obliged to tit up in bed, the up i pression across the chest is so great, and the t skin is clammy and prostration rapidly sets in, , and in latal cases there will be muttering de lirium, coma and death. r Chronic Bronchitis. Chronic Bronchitis is also an inflammation of the mucous membrane of bronchial tubes. But this iorm more olten occurs later in life. When a cold settles ou the lungs the disease either ends in bronchitis or pneumonia. II it ends in a bronchitis it usually passes off as a cold in the * chest, and stiil the patient dies not feel entire ly well. He leels tired and languid, and is in capable ol taking his usual amount oi exercise, and experiences a shortness of breath, with . more or less waimth in the palms of his hands. Soon after this a congh appears, accompanied ■ by an expectoration of thick mucus, followed ' by a hectic Hush, loss of flesh aud Btreugrh, and night sweats continue, when the patient as sumes all the appearance oi having a genuine case of consumption. But this is simply catarrh ' oi the lungs or chronic bronchitis. In the latter stages of the disease the mucous membrane of the larger bronchial tube softens, ' while in the smaller tubes and air cells ol the ' lungs the mucous membrane becomes con gested and iullamcd. There are no cavities or ' tubercles in tbe lungs, but merely a wasting ■ away of the larger bronchial tubes, aud death ' takes place from obstruction of the bronchial ' tubeß und air cells ol the lungs. The patient dies from exhaustion and suflocation, being ' unable to expectorate the mucus which accu mulates in the passage leading to tho lungs, which in some cases is sticky and small In quantity, but more commonly copious, of a ' light straw or yellowish green. Oftentimes ' streaks of blood make their appearance in the mucus, and at times there is a disagreeable ' tmell. Persons thus afflicted are very liable to take cold, at which times the mucus becomes ■ clear and Irothy, and it is not uncommonly the case that the patient dieß in one of these attacks Humid Bronchitis ' (Fiom (turners, to be moist) is so called from the profuse quantity of watery secretions which ■ comes from the air passages of the lungs. At times it becomes ropy like the white of an egg. This form of dlßease usually attacks old people. 1 Dry Bronchitis. This disease, the very opposite of the above, is a very common affection. Very many peo ple who regard themselves as quite healthy are . to-day under its influence, and are slowly but surely becoming the victims oi this treacher ous complaint. This is the most insidious ol all pulmonary diseases. There may at first be a flight hacking cough, and an expectoration oi a bluish-white mucus. And herein lies the danger. The mucus inhabiting the air cells oi the lungs, being difficult to raise, after awhile becomes solidified, permanently obstructing 1 portions of the lungs, causing shortness oi 1 breath and a feeling oi oppression on the chest, particularly alter meals or a slight exertion. Alter a time the cough becomes more severe i and comes on in paroxysms, and as the short ness oi breath Increases, it almost assumeß the character oi asthma. The mucous membrane also becomes more and more thickened, which arises from Ihe frequent frosh cold, and the pa tient at last becomes aware of the terrible changes that have taken place and the inevita ble results that are sure to follow. , Inhalation is the only system which will cure these diseases, and yet the treatment of the two forms are entirely different. In the one we must allay the irritation, while in the other we must stimulate a healthy action. Thiß will convince us of the necessity of fully understanding the system of Medicated Inhala tions in the treatment oi the various diseases oi if pwlmonary organs, for when properly ap plied thore is no system of medicine to be com pared to it. Persons d3slring treatment by this system of practice ca j use the reinedlcs at home as well as at oar oliice, and which will ctuse no Incon venience or hindrance from business whatever. I have Been so many of these cases cured that I do not consider any case hopeless, unless both lungs are seriously involved. Even then the inhalations aid us in dissolving the mucus and in contracting and healing the cavities, which nothing can do with the same success. The very beat reference irom those already cured. CONSULTATION FREE. Those who desire to consult with me in regard to their cases bad better call at the office for consultation and examination, bnt ii impos sible to do so, can write for a copy of my Medical Treatise, containing a Ust oi questions. Address M. HILTON WILLIAMS, M. D„ HOLLENBECK BLOCK, Corner Second and Spring sts.. Loa Angeles. Office hours- 8:30 a, k. to 8:30 r. a.