IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
(the Gonnoll Acta on tho Street Paving
Pabadisna, Aug. 31-Tho paving question
took another tarn at the special meeting ol tho
oounoil held this afternoon, which was called
for the purpose of taking action on the bids re
ceived lastMouday for oavlns Colorado street,
Raymond and Fair Oaks avenues.
While the meeting lacked the dramatic fea
tures which have characterized the meetings of
the city dads of late, but was, nevertheless,
fairly interesting from the importance ol the
•Meier under consideration.
Tho council room was crowded to Us full
■eating capacity when the council was called
to order by President Heed, with all members
Upon motion the rules were auspended and
the consideration ol the paving b.ds at once
Tbe lowest bids, as received la«t Monday, it
will be remembered, were: On Colorado street,
29 2-5 cents per square foot, and ou Fair Oakj
and Raymond avenuea, 33 cents, the work be
ing practically the same on all the streets.
These were considered, and after considerable
discussion, a set of resolutions were passed
awarding the contract of paving Colorado
aireet. from lleLacy to Little avenue, to J. A.
Falrchlld, at 2D 2 5 cents per souare foot. The
contract, however, noes not cover the inter
fectloas of Raymond and Fair Oaks avenues
Following aotlon on street work, Mr. Lukens
made a motion that action on bids for Fair
Oaka and Raymond avenues be postponed until
September 11 ih.
This motion Mr. Cox seconded, and when,
later, Mr. Lukens wished to change It to In
clude Fair Oaks avenue only, he objected, stat
ing that If tbe counoll proposed to abandon
work on one street It should do so on the other
as well,as he did not believe In allowing a Urge
property owner on Raymond avenue lo dictate
to the council any more than the smaller own
A motion to reject all bids ou Raymond ave
nue aud to postpone action ou Fair Oaks until
neptcmber was passed, however, Cox alone vot
Mr. I.nkens gave as a lesson for wanting the
Raymond n venue bid rejected that foar-flfths
o' tbe property ownrrs ou the aireet do not want
the work done, and that it will be neceasary to
make arranaumenta for paving the Intersection
ol Raymond avenue ana Colorado atreet if Ray
mond whs not to be paved.
W. 11. Taylor was awarded the contract for
conjtrucliinriron culverts across Coloiadoatreet
on both sides of Raymond and Fair Oaka ave
nues at v Hi per lineal fool.
This > loked all business relative to paving.and
the regular order ol business was taken up.
An order of intention to. gutter Colorado
street from Little to Like avennes was passed,
as was one to curb that thoroughfare from Ray
mond to Marengo, on both sides, with granite
block curb us, aud to curb the same atreet
. from Marengo to Lake.
A resolution was passed ordering Raymond
avenue curbed and guttered from Chestnut to
The andltiug snd finance committee reported
favorably on bills to the amount of $258.58.
On untioa ol Mr. Gierke the clerk was in
struuted to call the attention of property own
ers to the necessity of trimming peeper trees
before the winter sesson. Adjourned.
TO BUSIMISS AT LABT*
At last the city oouuoil bag come down off lti
high horae aud begun to deal with the paving
proposition lv a bualneai-llke manner. Today' a
aotlou ou tho troublesome affair was auch at
will doubtless give satisfaction aa far as it goes.
The bid of Mr. Falrchlld for paving Colorado
atreet la 1 3-5 cents lower than the first bids,
aad the property owners are assured that a re
duction from tbese figures can be secured by
paylt g cash.
There Is no serious objection to going ahead
with the Colorado street woajt provided the
property owners are willing to stand the ex
pense. Raymond and Fair Oaka avenuea, how
ever, are entirely different, and, as bet ore re
marked, the avenues can never be paved under
the present council proceedings If even a single
property owner objects.
It Is quite evident from the subdued tone of
today's council proceedings that the council
man are beginning to realize this fact aud
mean to get out of the awkward poaltion they
placed tuemaelvea when bids were ordered re
advertised for on these atreets.
The mere faot that the paring people wast
5 aud 35tha cents more for paving Fair Oaka
and Raymond than for performing the aame
work on Colorado shows more forcibly than
auy amount of talk what they thougbt about
the chancea for collecting their money.
Mr. Oeorge Dotey returned from Catalina
today, after a couple of weeks delightfully
The divorce ault of W. O. Maaon In Loa An
geles is attracting much attention in thla city.
Mr. Ctmger and daughters have returned
from Long Beach.
A son and heir Is announced at tbe home ot
Mrs. F. M. Underwood.
Oltr Clerx Dyer returned today from a well
The Orange Growers—Local Haws Hap
Oranok, Aug. 31.—Orange growers should
not forget tha call Issued for a meeting to be
held at the water office, Orange, on Saturday,
September 2d, at 2p. ao. With heavy expenses
on one hand and middleman making large prof-
Its on the other, the future of the orange grow
ing industry la in a very precarious condition.
Oranges grow well in California and sell well
lv the out, but If middlemen are allowed to
make all tbe profit who will grow them?.
Their summer vacation having come to a
oloae, the Episcopal, Christian and Presbyterian
churches will hold their regular services on
Sunday and thereafter.
M . Roll rt McPherson, who la a good author
ity, informs us that the grape crop In this
neighborhood is excellent, both In yield and
quality Of the fruit. Be predicts that some
of the finest raisins shipped from California
thla year will havd the Orange county brand on
the package.—The Orange News.
Scientists May Differ
Aa to the causes of rheumatism, but there Is no
difference of opinion among them at to tbe
danger which attends it, the symptoms by
which It manifests Itself, and tbe difficulty of
dislodging It In Its chronlo stage. Several
I mineral and Vegetable poisons are prescribed
for It, but none of theae haa been ahown by ex
perience to poaaeaa the same effloacy as Hos
teller's stomach Bitten. Thla benign specific
depuratea the blood by promoting vigorous ac
tion of the kidueya, which strain from
the blood as It paaaea through them
tbe rheumatic vlrua when It exists In the sys
tem, physicians of eminence teatlfy to the
value of ihe Bitten In rheumatism, and the
professional opinions regarding it are borne
out and corroborated by ample popular evi
dence. The Bitten remedy chills and fever,
liver complaint, dyspepsia and constipation.
Fire Insurance Kates Kediteed.
Independent of the "compact." Bee Basker
vllle, 218 North Main (Lanfrauco building) aud
Do Ton Want Wall Paper?
OjO'lnsont «ale-Eckltrom * Straaburg, 307
aud 809 South Main street.
Stand* at the Head.
«ao n i."fJ?h rn ? nln * fcomeatlo. H. E. Memory,
BSB South Spring it,
Meeting of tbe Uterery Boclety-Daath
or Cnele Billy Wllaun.
Compton. Ang. 31.—The vond meeting of
the Columbian Literary aociety was held In
Harbel's ball Wednesday evening. There was
a good crowd present aud the programme waa
well rendered. Quite a number of new mem
bers were enrolled during the evening. The
aociety has very flattering prospects.
Court Alfalfa, No. 000, of the Independent
Order of Foresters, located at Compton, gave a
■elect entertainment and aoctal at tbe W, C. T.
U. ball In Compton Tuesday evening.
There were present from 350 to 400 people,
who had received invitations'from tho order.
By S o'clock the hall was well filled and at
8:30 the followliiK programme was rendered:
Music, What a frfsnd wo hare in Jeaua-Citi
Music, Big 4 quickstep—Band.
Address Dr. Parker of Los Angeles.
Music, Wlns'.ow-Vlnyard, waltz—Band.
Selection Maggie Crum
Bong, Foresters' authcui No. 10—Ml.sis Lottie
and Bsssle Lee.
selection—Mrs. M. R. Williams.
Music, Fantastic waltzes—Band.
Although the band were short of men they
did exceedingly well. The addresß by Dr.
Parker waa well handled. Hia remsrka were
principally in giving the early history of For
estry and explaining the objects of the order.
The declamations by Maggie Crum and Fioy
Zimmerman were very amusing, and, although
the apeakeia were mere children, they were
rendered. Jennie McNeal'a Bide, spoken by
Mrs. M. R. Williams, waa handled with the
finest of elocution and gesture, and gave evi
dence of the fine talent this lady possesses. At
the cloae of the entertainment the guests were
invited to tbe banquet hall, "here ice cream
and cake of the fluest quality were served with
an nnsparlng and lsvlm haud The band dur
ing the banquet discoursed a uumber of pieces
of music which were highly complimented.
All vote this the most eDjoyable occasion of
the season and that Court Alfalia, No. 6UO, I.
O. F. are royal entertainers.
A shadow of gloom and sorrow was cast over
this commnDity today when It waa learned
that Uncle Billy Wilson bad died at San
Jacinto, where ho had gone aome time ago for
his health. The funeral will tske place tomor
row from the Congregational church. Mr.
Wilson was a pioneer and has lived here for a
long period of year*. Tho funeral seivlcas will
be conducted by the Odd Fellows, of which
order ho was a member in good standing at the
time of his death. He had been a sufferer from
asthma for somo time and he had gone to Ban
Jacinto hoping to get some relief from the
Mr. and Mra. John Bhaflor were In Loa An
Mr. and Mrs. May oame up from Redondo the
first p.rt of tho week to visit the family of Mr.
Arthur Davl"*on. Mr. May has returned but
Mra. May will remain a wbile.
Newa and Personal Notes from That
TfsTis, Ang. 31.—Among the number that go
to make up the grand excursion that leaves
Los Angelea for Chicago are Mr. and Mra. C. W.
Fox of Tuatln. Mrs. Fox will visit in Colorado
Sprlnga for some weeka on htr way home.
The St. Cecilia chorus met at the home of
Mra. Spencer last Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Vanderllp move next
week t» their ranch near the fair grounds.
Misa Nellie Caae learea Saturday morning for
Loa Angeles, to enter tbe junior year of the Los
Angeles Stare Normal.
Mra. J. 8. Rice la enjoying a visit from her
M. J. Bundy of Tustin was In Loa Angelea
Mlas Kfße McFadden boarded the steamer
Corona tor Ban Francisco. From there she
goes to Palo Alto to attend the Btanford uni
We understand that Mra. Cren ia quite well
The yodhg people of Tuatln are looking for
ward to the reopening of the dancing olub,
where many pleasant evenings were apeut last
Local Affair! of Note Chronicled Yes
terday. , i
Wkstminstbb, Aug. 31.—Mr. Mayberry of Los
Angelea waa lv tows this week.
Mn. Bradbury was visiting in Norwalk Sun
Mr. Foster ot Harper, Reynolds & Co., Loa An
geles, waa In town this week.
Messrs. Oharlea Baker and Jease Jamea at
tended the camp meeting at Downey Sunday.
The school houae and yard are receiving
needed repaira. The yard la being cleaned and
the plastering removed. The building will
now be celled.
Mlaaea Virgle Carlyle of Paaadena and Virgle
Craig of Lob Angelas spent Sunday last at the
home of the termer.
The Miasea Bowen of Norwalk are In town
visiting Mn. Will Jamea
Ed. White haa returned from his ranch in Sau
A grand reception waa given last Friday even
ing in honor of Miss Minnie Tate of Los Angeles
by her friend, Mlsa Turner, with whom she has
Mr. Will Clark and family left for Downey
A Practical Man.
Of all thepractlcal men of whom America Is
juatly proud no one holds a higher piace th an
the late Cyrut W, Field. His sen shows that
he has inherited the shrewd common sense
of the man who laid the Atlantic cable. He
8 East Both Street. I
Kew York, May 8,1883. j
Several times thla winter I have suffered
from aevere colda on my lungs. Each time I
have applied Allcock's Porous Plasters, and
In every instance I have been qnickly relieved
by applying on* across my chest arid one on
my back. My friends, through my advice,
have tried the experiment and also found it
most sucoHitful. I feel that I can racommend
them moat highly to any one who may see fit
to try them CYRUS W. FIELD. Jr.
Branduitii'i Pills are the boat medicine
tiong Beach Notes.
D.J. MCCARTHY, the proprietor of tbe saloon
at 100 N. Main street, Los Angeles, has a branch
at the corner of Second and Pine streets. Long
Beach. Finest wines, liquors and cigars. The
famous Wleland beer on draught. Everybody
Invited to oalL
Wall Paper at Coat.
White back 5 cents a roll, gold paper 10 cents
a roll. Labor below ooat— We charge 10 cents a
roll and employ union workmen at 15 centa a
roll. This is your chance to aive money. F.
W. Bauer, 237 South Spring street.
Largest Stock Fruits and Vegetables.
Damson plums cheap for canning; choice
northern Bartlett pears, peaches, plums, etc.
Althouae Bros,, 105 West tint street; tele
Items or Interest.
SCHADIR & CO., beers, wlnea, liquors, min
eral watera, sodas, etc. Opposite postoflloe.
See the World's Great Healer
And oculist, at rooms 10 aud 11, No.
South Bprlng atreet, Loa Angelas, Oal.
Wild Doves! Wild Doves!
First ol the season, at Fred Hanlman'e, Mott
market. Telephone 188.
Wall Paper at Ooat.
Closing out sale—Eckstrom & Btrasburg, 307
and 309 South Main atreet.
You can buy at cost at Eckstrom & Btratburg's
cloning out aale.
THE HEEALD HBADQUAHT2S3 lor San
Bern»'dlno and Riverside counties is locuted
et E. Law-sou's book, stationery and tobacco
store on Third street at the aign of the wooden
Wagon umbrellas, summer lap dusters. Foy'l
old reliable saddlery house, 315 N. Los Angelea
250 envelopes, 50e; U rm writing paper, 25c.
Laugstadter, 214 W. second, ilollvuueck hotel.
LOS ANGELES HERALD, FRIDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 1. 1893
Many People Bunked for an Baatarn
Pomona, Aug. 31.—The following are booked
for tbe east: Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Johnson, via
the Northern Pacific, this morning lor Chi
cago, points in lowa.
On tomorrow night, yia the Banta Fe ronte
for Chicago: Mr. L. Brown and family, Ben
Smith, Arthur Patterson, George ltd wards and
Mrs. H. A. Padghsm and daughter. Miss Jes
sie, on Monday night, via the banta Fe for Chi
cago: and first of the week Dr. B. B. Nesblt, lor
On Tuesday, sth, a party of IB or more have
chartered a car an . will leave for Chicago oyer
the Union Pacific, halting at Dfnver and other
points of intarest, aa follows: Mr. and Mrs.
Harry M. Martin and children Mr-. Lane Mo-
Comas, Miss Hattie Klliot', Mr. aud Mrs. Jones,
San Francisco, Mrs. C. Taylor and daughter,
Mlas Myrtle Baraard and Mr. o>ytea. It is
probable others will attach themse.ves to this
party prior to the day of departure, at leaat
seveiat are apeakiug of ao f j'ng.
On the aame day Louis Hroiiss- -v, wife and
siater-in-iaw, Mrs. Hrward, and ifrs. Alice
by mines nn.l daughter, lola, expect to leave
the former party for Cnlogo via the Denver
and Rio Grande, the latter for Washlngt. ~ but
at this report over what line not dennite.
Rev. aud Mrs. K. R. Bennett, who were mar
ried at Medina, Mich., September 5, 1808, will
celebrate thelrsiltf ■ wedding—the 25th anni
versary—on nr.xt. Tv sday. The First Baptist
church congregation ft 'I give him (their pas
tor) aud family a "Welt, me horn.." reception
at the residence corner jf Sixth aireet ana
White avenue, during the afternoon and even
ing, The Hbralo man wishes them happiness
and success .hiough many mute yeaia of con
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Johnson, we hear, will
colcbrate their silver wedding on next Satur
Henry Hanson and George 8. Mnllally came
In from San Jacinto Hot nprlngs yesterday, but
leave again tomorrow for the same place. Mr.
H. says that the whole party has been benefited,
eipectalU his brother.
Our old Herald lrlend, John O'Donnell, one
of Pomona's sucessfui cltisens, leavea today
for a month's aojonrn at tho Cai lstrano Hot
springs In Orange county, for a little reat and
The board of directors of the Pomona Orange
Bait Irrigation Belt district have been for a day
or ao, and will perhaps tomorrow, in session as
an equalizing board.
Mr. J. Mcßrlde will hold down the chairs In
Harry Martin's office during hlsab-ence.
Another lot of the Illustrated Annual
Hehald Is expected at this office tomorrow,
Mr, Charley Dlmoud is heie from Los Angeles
on a visit of a few days with his parenta.
Election of tbe K. or P.—Many Tramps.
Banta Ana, Aug. 31.—Last evening tbe Third
regiment, K. ol P., met In this city and elected
officers. Oapt. A. A. Wood ol the Rlverßlde
division was elected lieutenant-colonel, and W.
J. Scarborough of Santa Ana was elected major.
After tho election of officers and the transac
tion of business, a social hop was indulged In.
There were 75 or 80 couples present, who par
ticipated in the festivities of tne evening. It
was an informal affair, and every arrangement
had been made that would assure an evening of
pleasure. Refreshments were served in a side
room, brother knights doing the honors In
right royal atyle.
Beveral officers and members of San Diego di
vision were present, and a number from River
side, Ban Bernardino and Fresno,
a HARD CHARACTER.
Fred Downes, the young tramp who commit
ted the unnatural crime on Carl Jennings, is a
hard case, and has served a term la state's
prison already. He will no doubt get anotner
five years, aa he admita hia gnilt.
CAUGHT Hia MAN.
Last night Marshal Niools arrested W. A.
Rodgera on a charge of larceny, commit ted in
North Ontario. He will be taken to that village
M ANY TRAMPS.
Already the tramp nuisance is becoming in
tolerable. Large numbers pass through this
city every day now.
TUB CITY PARK.
Men are at work in the city park putting
down walks and making other improvements.
The chamber of commerce did a wise aot In
beautifying that place.
T T. Llverwaah and 6. H. Furcell are the
agents of the Herald in Banta Ana, and news
items and subscriptions may be left at any news
stand in town, or at their office, No. 407 North
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wade left loJav lor the
P. W. Hodges will bring hia string of 12 race
horses to Santa Ana In a few days, where tbey
will ba put in training. Among them la the
side wheeler Mulford.
W. U. Hall has gone to San Francisco.
Mrs. C. Miller and children oi Phceulx, Ariz.,
are visiting hete.
A carload of pears waa shipped to Ontario to
News and Personal Motea From That
Downey, Aug. 31.—Camp meeting closed
Jamea McKellar, Dan McKellar, Alexander
and others started off on the Fourth of July
seeking bear and smaller game. They went off
to Antelope valley and other points, captured
two deer, but left the grlzzllea to themselves.
George Skldmore came down last week from
Newhall, retnrutng Monday, taking his mother
back with him.
W. H. Bcribner and family, of BakersQeld,
who have been on a week's visit to their bro
ther, Ed Scribnor, have just goue back home.
Mr, H, Sarrastn, who lives north ol Downey,
has just returned from a visit to the world's
fair and Canada to visit his parents. He re
turned lasi week bringing bis father.
A. S. Gray & Co. have just completed an
evaporator of one ton oapaclly for W. O. Gra
ham of Whlttltr.
Boas Blythc and hia Bister, Mrr. Rlmms, of
Fresno, arrived yesterday oa a visit to relatives
iv our valley and town.
Mr. F. L. Cain, at one time a citizen of our
valley, hai been with us a week. His home Is
now in Colusa county.
Mrs. Moody of Compton was visiting Dr.
Ronley'a family, aud attended camp mooting.
Mra. Brewer of Clearwater returned last
week from a lengthy visit to Vermont, her old
Mr. 8. Clem hag recovered from hia severe
W, E. Wilson of Eanta Fe Springs is in town
E. A. Truman is still Improving, and we hope
to see him out again.
Mrs. C. E. Smith and Miss Elma htve re
turned lrom their camp near the mountains.
Headache aud Dlxiineaa.
Frkqusnt Causss of Apoplkxt and Pakalt
siii.—The most receut and profound re
searches in this direction by specialists hare
developed conclusively that the above disor
ders frequently result in death or permanent
disability. Or. allies' Restorative Nervine is
the greatest remedy for either of these appar
ently lnßlgnlnea.nt causes. Nothing approaches
it in merit. Mrs. W. K. Burns of Couth Bend,
Ind., who had suffered from constant headache
for i hree months, was cured by it. The daugh
ter Of Daniel Myers, Brooklyn, Mich., bad been
insane for 10 years, and was having from 15 to
25 fits a day. Nervine cured her of both fits
and insanity. Hold on a guarantee by C. 11
Ha nee, 177 N. Spring. Uut a book iree.
Our Home Brow.
Maler & Zobelelu's lager, fresh from tho
brewery, on draught in all the principal sa
loons, delivered promptly in bottles or kegs.
Office and brewery, 44* AUao street Tele
HOTIL ABIIIVALB. \
0. W. Berry, B. Qoldamith, 0. A. Maxwell, I.
J. jsham, San Francisco; G. A. Lyckberg, J. R.
Altken, San Diego; Louis Winter, New York;
Miss Maynard, Ontario; F. B. Hausoom, Perrls;
D. W. Fly, J. M. F.y, Memphis; Dr. J. M. Benx
era and wife, Ltvermore; Dr. B. yon Bamberg,
Flameiaheim; H. A. (hug 11 and wife, A. H.
(JarglH, Btookshurst; F. VV. Shaurte, St. Louis;
Hoy. J. G. Sabln and wife, El Paso, Tex.; F. L.
James, Salt Lake; Mrs. J. A. Willard, Miss M. B,
Wells, Boston: C. B. Drake, Tucson; A. W.
Smith, Denver; J. W. Frioke and wile, Chloago;
G. W. Jamea, Pasadena; E. W. Price, San Diego.
Mealing or Midwinter Fair Oommllilu
RivaaaiDß, Aug. 31.— Tha commissioners ap
pointed lome tint* alnce by th* boara of aupef
vleora to represent this county at the midwinter
fair met yesterday afternoon for the first time.
J. R. Newberry of this city, F. T. Lindenbe-rger
of Winchester and I. «. Hamilton of south Riv
erside comprise the commission. J. K. New
berry waa chosen president and Mr. Llndonbef
After aome discussion It was decided to make
an exhibit at the fair of the following products
of this county: Dried fruits, honey, minerals,
canned and preserved ltuils, jellies, jams, cer
eals, vegetables, dairy products, terra cotta and
clay produota, Hue, coal, cement and gypsum.
The method of irrigation employed In this
county will also be ahown to an advantage.
Tha aeoretary was authorised to write for
sample glass globes and jars to be used In mak
A large number of small raisin Lores will ba
secured and distributed free upon application
to the secretary by those Who wish to donate
fruits, etc., for exhibition.
The commission asks for suggestions from
citizens upon the subject of a cmnty exhibit,
ana will answer all questions addiessed to the
midwinter commission. Riverside.
The next meeting will be held on September
Myron Mellce ia aome from tbe east.
t. B. Watson left today for Faria, Canada,
Dr. H. C. Royer and 0. S. Trapbagen, propri
etors of the Hammam hatha at Loa Angeles, are
in the city, tbe guests of Dr. De Borrax.
The csmedy, Jane, will bj glveu tonight at
The Victoria school will open September 11th
under tbe charge of J. D Perry.
The quail season opens tomorrow, and a num
ber of local Nlmroda will start out on a bant
for the birds.
J. H. Cooper of Santa Barbara la here looking
Into thecase of atone, allaa Brown, who is now
held ou a charge of robbing O.B.Goodwin at
Gilbert v., aon of Mr. and Mrs. Purine, died
laat evening after a short lilnria.
A large uumber of the boya may bo seen each
day at Athletic park, training for the coming
bicycle tournament which takes place Septem
The Pioneers Glre Mr. and Mra. Roberta
Ban Bernardino, Aur. 31.—The San Ber
nardino pioneers met last evening and pro
ceeded to the new home of Mr. and Mrs. R. T.
Robert! on Ninth street and gave that estima
ble couple a genuine o'd fashioned house warm
ing* Several addresses were made during the
eveniug of direct Interest to the host and host
ess. Bongs and recitations helped to pass an
evening of rare enjoyment. At a late hour sup
per was served to the happy guests, aittr which
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JXi Hard work, wear and tear to things
/ r washed (because there isn't any rub,
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jif 1 You needn't bother with the other
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•V»*Jh Peddlers and some unscrupulous grocers will tell you.
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you an imitAtion, be honest—send it botlt. 314 JAMES PYLE, New York.
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UNTIL CURE IS EFFECTED.
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Positively cure In from thirty to sixty
days all kinds of
R U PTU R E
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all departed wishing tbe couple many more
yarn ol enjoyment in their midst. Among
these present were: Mr. and Mra B. T. Roberta,
Mr. and Mra. Joseph Hanooos, sr., Mr. and Mra
W. F. Holcomh, sr., Urandma Henderson, Bister
Mary Carter. Mrs. Angelina Carter, Mra. Crau
dail, Mrs. Alexander, Mr. and Mra. J. C. Ralphs.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Brown, jr., Mr. and Mrs. Dave
Wlxom, Mr. and Mrs. if arley Swarthont, Mr,
and Muchman, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest, Mr. and
Mra. r. L Holcomb and family, Mr. and Mrs.
w. w. Holcomb, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bmltr,
Mlaaea Birdie Robert', Nellie Rrown, Mamie
Holcomb, Rosa Crandall. Lulu Alexander,
Winnie cad Mabel Bwarthout; Measrs. N. p.
Earp, Tom Carter, Kd Hammond, Chaunry
Crandall, Frank, George, Walter aud kill Rob
erta and William Stephens.
J. W. Catlck Is home frcm a trip east.
F. O. Lelalurlug haa just returned from a
visit to Omaha.
Miss Tidy Buford and mother left yesterday
for New York, where Miss Buford will attend
the beat schools for the purpose of cultivating
The report of a rich mineral find in Bear val
ley was received In town today.
Col. W. W McCoy, proprietor of the Oro Fino
mine at the Needle>, is In the city.
Detective Hume of Weila, Fargo A Co. waa In
the cltylaat night on business.
The citizens of Rodlandi held a meeting Ust
night and gave the Chinese warning to leave
town at once. Sheriff Booth had several depu
ties oh baud to protect the heathen.
Soma Big Fish Storlea—Pasadenans at
Avalon, Ang. 31.—Paasdena haa been well
repreaented at Catalina Island during the pres
ent seaaon, and haa, as uaual, carried off the
honors in the fishing line.
Messrs. Smith, Dunbar and Tyler captured
the largest fish of the season—a jew- flsn weigh
ing 440 pounds, and it gave the boys a merry
chase before they landed It.
Charles Bell, B. 0. Kendall and Lyman Craig
yesterday took a trip around to the north side
of the Island, returning with three jew fish, tbe
largest number taken in one day tnis year. The
fl.h weighed in tbe aggregate 625 pounds and
had to be towed behind tbe boat to get them in.
Other Pasadena fishermen have done almost
as well and all have beon enj jylng themselves
Yellow-tall, rock baas and white fish are bit
ing well, while the jew-flsh furnishes amuse
ment for those In search of larser game.
A jolly party came over in the Battle from
Long Beach yesterday and remained until this
morning, composed mostly of Paaedena people
who are Htopplrg at Long Beach.
Mlaa Alice Hci.aldln, who baa been I pending
a few days at the Island after her return from
the esst, came over on today's brsst.
Mint Rlggß returned tbis morning after a
couple of weeks passed most pleasantly.
Mr. and Mrs. Scudder and family are com
fortably situated and will stay for some time-
Mr. Qeone Doty, who has been stopping with
' Raiph Sklllen, returns home tomorrow.
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Telephones-. Residence, 474; office, 1190.
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Incubators, Bone Mills, Alfalfa Cutters.
Everything for poultry keepers.
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Accommodations for Pionlcs,
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PAM MM FOR Sill
Containing 62 acres of land, all in high state of cultivation; cottage
house, hard-finished, of seven rooms, bath and kitchen, together with
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Apply at once to
g.io.tt 114 N. Beaudry aye . Los Angeles. Cal.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE COUNTY
of Los Angeles, State of California.
Sarah C. Whicham, plaintiff, vs. F. H. Bar-
Clay, H. J. Hunt, J. VV. Hendrick. J. 8. Chap
man, Ida Hancock, as administratrix of the
estate of John Hancook, deceased; Francis H.
McDonnell, A A. McDonnell. Robert N. C. Wil
son, 11. 8. Shields, Julia McErlain, John Doe,
Richard Roe, Mary Doe, defendants
Action brought lv the superior court of Lor An
geles county, stale of California, aud the com
plaint filed in said county of Los Angeles, in
the office o" the clerk of said Superior court.
The people of the State of California send
greeting to F. H. Barclay, H. J. Hunt, J. W.
Hendrick, J. 8. Chapman, Ida Hancock, as ad
ministratrix of the estate of John Hanceck, de
ceased: Francla E. McDonnell, A. A. McDon
noli. Robert N. C. Wilson, H. 8. Bhlelds, Julia
McErlain, John Doe, Richard Roe, Mary Doe,
You are hereby required to appear in an ac
tion brought against you by the above named
plaintiff In the Superior court of the county of
Los Angeles, state of California, aud to answer
the complaint filed therein, within ten days
(exclusive of the day of service) after the ser
vice on you of this summons—if served within
this county; or if served elsewhere, within
thirty days, or judgment will be taken
against you accoidiug to the prayer of said
The said action is brought to obtain a decree
of this court vacating and setting aside the de
cree of foreclosure and order of sale, made in a
former action in said superior court, belnr
actlpn No. 14 324 on tbe register of action ot
said court, wh.rein Sarah C. whlgham was
Slslntlff and F. H Barclay and others were
efendants, which said action was instituted
for the purpose of foreclosing the mortgage
hereinafter referred to; and alto vacating and
setting aside the sale made on the 17th day ol
November, 1891, lv pursuance of the said de
cree of foreclosure; arid also vacating the
sheriff h certificate of sale, Issued in pursuance
of said sale, which said ccrtlfieat, of sale is
recorded in book 8, sheriffs certificates of sale,
page 211; and also vacatlugand Belt inn abide
the sherlfPs deed, make by the sheriff ot Bald
county to said plaintiff in pursuance of said
certificate f v November 18th, 1891, recorded
In book 802 of deeds, page 2, In the office of
the county recorder of Bald county of Los Au
geles. Also to recover judgment against the
taid defendant F. H. Barclay for the
sum of $5731.61. with Interest at the rate ot
12 per cent per annum from November 5,
1889, compounding quarterly: also to obtain a
decree of this court for the foreclosure of a
mortgage described in *aid complaint and exe
cuted by the said defendant, F. H. Barclay, on
theftthdayof May. A. D. 1888, to secure the
payment of a certain promissory note, made by
said deiendant. F. H. Barclay, on said sth day
of May, A. D. 1888, tosaid plaintiff, lor $5%00.
gold coin, upon which said promissory vote
and mortgage there h*B been paid the sum ol
$767, and no more, and upon which nromle.
sory note and mortgage there lsdue and unpaid
a balance of $5731.61. with interest tho'con at
the rate of 12 per cent per aunum, from No
vember 5. 1899, compounding quarterly: also
to recover judgment for the sum of $21.20 lsld
out and expended by plaintiff lor taxei upon
the mortgaged premises, and for interest there
on at 12 per cent per aunum, compounding
quarterly, from December 20, 1890, and
al«o for the sum of $600 as reaton
able oonnßcl tee of plaintiff herein, as
provided in said mortgage; that tho
premises deiorlbed in said mortgage may be
sold and tho proceeds applied to tbe payment of
the amount the court shill ascertain to be due
on said note ana mortgage, or either, and fcr
tuch taxes, and for counsel fees, and for costs of
Bull; and In case such proceeds arc) not suffi
cient to pay the same, then to obtain jud?men'.
for the deficiency, aud an execution Hgaiust
said defendant, F. H. Barclay, and also that
each and all of the defendants, and all persons
claiming by, through or under them, or either
of them, may be barred and forever foreclo ed
of all right, title, claim, lien, rquitv of i edomp
tlon and interest in and to said mortgaged
firemlses, and for the appointment of a receiver
or said premises, and for other aud further re
lief. Reference Is had to said complaint for
And you are hereby no'ified that If you fail to
appear and answer tne said complaint as above
required, the said plaintiff wiil apply to the
court for the relief demanded lv said com
Given under my hand an t the seal of tbe
Superior ciurt of the county of Los Angeles,
state of California, this 19th day of April,
in the year of our Lord one tnousand eight hun
dred and ninety-three.
[Seal.] T. 11. WARD, Clerk.
By A. Skavkr, Deputy Clerk.
Z. B. West and Wellborn A Hutton attv'a for
plaintiff. 8-29 63t
Notice Inviting Proposals for the
Furnishing and Setting Up Com
plete in Position Certaiu Stand
Pipes in the City of Los Angeles.
SEALED PROPOSALB WII.L BE RECEIVED
by the undersigned un to 11 o'ciock a. m.,
of Monday, September 11, 1b93, for Ihe fur
nlahing and setting up complete lv position
certain stand pipes, to be ended where and
when directed, In the city of Los Angela', by
orders of the city council of said city, as per
specifications on file in the office of tho uuder
tlgn.d, for the term of oue year from and after
the date of signing tho contract.
A certified check to the order of the under
signed for $50 must accompany each proposal
aa a guarantee that tbe bidder will enter into a
contract If awarded to him lv conformity with
hla bid. . . „
Council reservea the right to rejeot any aud all
By order of the oouncll of the city of Los
Angeles at its meeting of August 28, 1893.
C. A. LOOKBNBACH,
8-31 121 City clerk.
Notice of Street Work.
NOTICE 19 HEREBY GIVBN THAT ON
Monday, the llth day of Ang., A. D. 1893.
the Council of the city of Lot Angelea did, at
its meeting on said day, adopt an ordinance of
intention. No. 1805 (uew aerlea) to have tha
following work done, to wit:
In said city, from the southerly line
of Ocean View avenue to the west
erly line of Union avenue, including
all Intersection) of streets (excepting anch
portions of said street and intersections aa
are required by law to be kept In order or repair
by any neriion or company having railroad
tracks thereon,and also excepting such portions
as hays already been graded, graveled and
accepted,) t>9 graded and graveled in Accord
ance with the plana aud profile on file In tha
office of the city engineer and specif!cationa on
file in the office of the city clerk of the city of
Los Angeles for graveled streets, said specifica
tions heiug numbered five.
Second Tnat a redwood curb be constructed
along each line ol the roadway of said Bur
lington avenue from the southerly line of
Ocean View avenue to the westerly line of Union
avenue (excepting along such portions of tha
line of said soadway upon which a redwood,
cement or granite curb haa already been con
structed and accepted) In accordance with
ap durations in the office of the city clerk et
said city for constructing redwood curbs
Reference is hereby made to the said ordi
nance of intention lor further particulars.
D. A. WATSON,
8 30 7t Btree'. Superintendent.
Notice of Hearing of Petition for
Vacation of Cherry Street, High
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
petmon of Ralph Rogers et ai., for tha
vacation and abandonment of Cherry atreet.
Highland Park, as snown in map recorded in
book (>, at pages 893 aun 393 of miscellaneous
records, Los Angeles county, has been filed with
the board of s v pervlsora of Loa Angelea county,
and the hearing of the same fixed by Bald board
for September '20,1893, at 2 o'clock p.m.
By order of the board of supervisors made this
23d'day of Augußt, 181)3.
T. H. WARD,
County Clerk, and ex-olllclo clerk of the board
8-26 14t By W. H. WHITTEMORE, Deputy.
Notice to Whom It May Concern.
PAWNBROKERS' AUCTION SALE ACCOBD
ing to law o( uuredeemed gold, silver, filled
case and nickel watches, diamond and gold ear
rings, breastpins, rings, sleeve buttons collar
buttons, silverware, gold-headed canea and um
brellas, clocks, guitars, manoolina, violins, ban
jos, pistols, guns ri 11 js, opera glasses, Held glass
es, mccrchaum pipes and cigar holders, over
coats, coals, pants and vests, valises, trunks,
book--, saddles, surveyors' Instruments, drums
and musical instruments, and all goods pawned
with me from July 1.1892, to January 1,1893,
at No. 143 North Main Street.
L. B. COHN, Pawnbroker.
H. ETTLING. Auctioneer. 3-24 «m
/"10N8UMKR8 OF WATER FROM THE LOS
KJ Augeles City Water company plant are
hereby notified that if they permit any build
ing or street contractor to use water from their
hydrants, unless such contractors showaper
m'itfrom this company, their water will be Shut
off without further notice, and a penalty will
be charged for such Infraction of the regula
tions before waler will again be put on.
LOS ANGELES CITY WATER COMPANY,
IS 10 3m
THE FOLLOWING UNREDEEMED PLEDGES
will be sold ar. public auction Saturday.fept.
2 it 9 a.m., at 300 N. Main at.: 3 gold watches,
1 Swiss, 66,62 i; 1 Elglu, 493,012; 1 Cal. W.Co.,
42 780; 4 tilled case watches—l Elgin. 1,567.
-00- 1 Illinois, 648.208: 1 Walthsm, 1,769,882|
1 Bond -street, 2.487,874; 3 Waltham-A. AT.
4 180 356: 1,632,357; 4,742,145 ; 6 nickel
wateh>;i. 1 silver cup, 1 gold and 2 silver
match boxes, 1 gold medal, 10 gold and dla
mou 1 riui<s,o S.& W. and colt's revolvers, 5 gold
Aplated chaii s, 3 guns, 4 guit*rs,2 clarionen.l
banjo 1 camera, surgical instruments, 4 yarda
biacit cloth. THOMAS B. CLARK, auctioneer.
Horseshoes and Nails,
Blacksmith's Coal, Tools, Etft
117, 119 and 121 South Los Angolas M*Ma)
CLARK & BRYSON,
ttiuccesoora to Clark & Humphreys)
Wholesale and Retail
Otfce, 123S West Second at., Bnrdlck Moot.
Yards at Ktdoudo aud Los Angelea, 1-li ly
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