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THE SECTARY.
A. heavy hand the bruised teed to break.
A foot to quench the smoking flax well shod, 1
A hitter seal, alert abd keen to make
The breach more wide'hetwixt mankind atid
God.
A visage strru that bidslall stand apart
■Who dare to worship at a different shrine,
A sullen mood, a cold and slujrgish heart,
TJawarmed by any puke of love divine.
A tongue 'n chiding swift, in praising slow,
A practiced eye his fellows' faults to ecan —
These are the attributes*by which men know
The sectary, unloved by God or man.
.—London Spectator.
; THE QUIET MAN.
When I was quite a-young fellow and
hadn't long joined the army, I used to
belong to a fashionable club in London,
the members of'which were just the sort
of men yon readJabomUin Lever's novels—
aa wild as wildiconldlbe, always in some
•crape or other,.and'sTJending their whole
time in riding, slKxxting, gambling Ol
fighting—all except.one.
That one was a, small, quiet, pah
faced, gray haxred'man, with a very sad
weary look, as iff ho had once beet
crushed by sorae great sorrow and liar
never been able, to sjiake it off. He hard
ly ever spoke .to arty one, and when he
did it was in a'nwicq as meek as his face.
So of course we tail ado great fun of hiiu
among ourselves, finding these quiet
ways of his a very queer contrast to our
own rackety, har,um scarum style, and
we nicknamed "Quietest Man
In the Club," thcttigii, indeed, we might
just as well haveicallled him the only
quiet man in it.
Well, one evening the room was
pretty full, and our! friend the quiet
man was sitting as imual in the far cor
ner away from everybody else, we be
gan to talk about dVi cling, a subject with
which we were all ioleivably familiar, for
there was hardly a" mjan among us whc
hadn't been "out" cunc*.
"They did sometiSy-dueling'in the old
times," said Lord who was killed
afterward in action- "You remember
how those six chutce of Henry 111 of
France fought three to three'till there
waa only one left alive Vout of ithe six."
"That was pretty fair certainly," cried
Charlie Thornton of ,fhe Jinards, "but
after all it doesn't beat'the great duel 30
years ago between Sir
and Colonel Fortescue."
He had hardly spoken up jumped
the quiet man as if sometbody had stuck
a pin into him.
"What on earth's the. 'matter with
him?" whispered Thornton. "I nevei
saw him like that before.'""
"But what was tho then, Char
lie?" asked another man, **Tve heard of
Fortescue, of course, f;*r he was the
most famous duelist of dis time in all
England, and I've heard of his fight
with Martingale, too, b tit I don't think
I've ever had any pa rticulars, or at
least none worth speaki djj of."
"lean give them to,/you, then," an
swered Thornton; 'foifmy uncle was
Martingale's second, /ifvo heard him
tell the story many aiiilue. and he al
ways said that although . he had hecn in
plenty of duels he hadfiiever seen one
like that and nevfT wanted to sco it
again. "What they qua reeled about I
don't know, and I dare {say they didn't
know themselves, but n ty uncle used to
say he knew by the If iok in their eyes
when they took their 'place* to fire that
it could not end withJmt blood, and it
didn't. '
"They fired twice, ia id every shot told,
and then their second! 5, seeing that both
men were hard hit aad bleeding fast,
wanted to put an end to it. But Fort
escue—who was onelDf those grim fel
lows who aro alwaysjmost dangerous to
ward the end.of tlieiight—insisted upon
a third shot. '.The t) aird time, by some
accident, Marftugaloj fired a moment too
Boon and gave a? hint, bad wound in the
side.but Fortescue pressed his hand to the
wound to stop Che'bleeding, and then,
almost bent doulSe ■•with pain though he
was, he fired and brOtight down his man."
"Killed him?" .
"Bather. Shot|diim slap through the
heart. But itwasfhir. last duel, for from
that day he was nlet'er heard of again,
and people said hettiifid either commit: .
suicide or died of aKuroken heart."
"Well, I don't ?ee why he need have
done that, for, after all, it was a fair
fight," struck in Lord H., who ha.! bei n
looking over the :|ewspapers on th
ble. "But, if you talk of dueling, what
do you say to this? '•
"Another uuelliilg tragedy in Park.
The notorious Parfcian bully and duel-
Hit, Armand de Afilleneuve, has just
added another wreatjh to hiaihlood stained
laurels, the new victim being the Chev
alier Henri de Pollgnac, a fine young
fallow of 23, the on ly son of a widowed
mother. Some strong expressions of dis
gust used by the chevalier with refer
ence to one of Dei Yilleneuve's former
duels having come t't> the latter's ears, he
sought out De Pohgnac and insulted
him so grossly as to>. render a meeting
inevitable.
"The chevalier hawing fired first and
missed, De Villeneuw .caljled out to him,
'Look to the second. Vbuttbnhola of your
coat!' and sent a bulJfet through the spot
indicated into the hrefast of his opponent,
who expired half an'hour later in great
agony. His mother As said to be broken
hearted at his death. How much longer,
we wonder, will this savage be allowed
to offer these human sacrifices to his
own inordinate vanity?"
Just then I happened to look up and
saw the quiet man rise slowly from his
chair, with a face so changed that it
startled me almost as much as if I had
seen him disappear bodily and another
man rise up in his stead. I had once
seen an oil painting abroad in which an
avenging angel was hurling lightnings
Upon Sodom and Gomorrah, and that
Was just how this man looked at that
moment. He glanced at his watch and
then came across the room and went
quickly out.
The next night, and the next, and the
next after that, the quiet man didn't ap
pear at the club and we all began to
wonder what could have become of him.
But when I came in on the fourth even
ing, there he was, though he looked —as
it seemed to me —rather paler and feebler
than usual.
"Here's news for you, Fred," called
ont Charlie Thornton. "That rascally
French duelist, De Villeneuve, has met
his match at last, and Dr. Lansett of the
—th Bengal Native infantry, wiio saw
the whole affair, is just going to tell us
ail- al)ont>«it. ; ' I
"Weil, this waa howit happened," be
gan the doctor. "In passing through
Paris I stopped to visit my old friend,
! Colonel de Malet, and he and I were
strolling through the Tuileries gardens I
when suddenly a murmur ran through
the crowd, 'Here comes De Villeneuve.'
| Then tho throng parted, and I had jti3t
I time to catch a glimpse of the bully's
! tall figuro and long black mustache
I when a man stepped forth from the
crowd i.nd said something to him, and
then suddenly dealt him a blow.
"Then there was a rush and clamor
of voices, and everybody came crowding
round so that I couldn't see anything.
But presently De Malet camo up to me
and said. 'Lansett, we shall want you
in this affair, although I'm afraid that
' you won't have a chance of showing your
I surgery, for De Villeneuve never wounds j
without killing.' Just then the crowd :
! opened, and I s.'.w to my amazement
! that this man who had insulted and de
' fied the most terrible fighter in all France
j was a slim little fellow, with a pale, nic.i-
I ger face.
I •' 'As the challenged party, I have the
j choice of weapons,' we heard him say
quite coolly,' 'and I choose swords.'
" 'Are you mad?' cried De Malet, seiz
ing his arm. 'Don't you know Dv Ville
neuve'ri the deadliest swordsman in Eu
rope. Choo3e pistols—give yourself a
chance!'
" 'Pistols may miss—swords can't,'an
swered the stranger in a tone of such
savage determination that every one who
heard him, even De Villenueve himself,
furious though he was, gave a kind of
shudder. 'I had vowed never to fight
again, save with a man who deserved to
die. But you have deserved it well by
your cold blooded murders, and die you
shall!'
"Where both sides were so eager to
fight there was uo need of much prepa
ration. They met that evening. Culouel
de Malet being the stranger's second an.l
another French officer acting for De Vil
leneuve.
"They fought for come time without
a scratch ou either side, and then sud
denly the Englishman stumbled for
ward, exposiug his left side. Quick as
lightning the Frenchman's point darted
in. and instantly the ot Iter's shirt was all
crimson with blood, but the moment he
felt the steel pierce him ho made a thrust
with all his strength and buried his
sword up to the hilt in De Villeneuve's
body. Then I understood that he had
deliberate!}- laid himself open to his op
ponent's weapon in order to make sure
of killing him. So he had, for De Vil
leneuve never spoke again."
Just as the doctor said this, down fell
a chair with a great crash, and looking
up wo saw the quiet man trying to slip
past us to the door. Dr. Lansett sprang
up and caught him by both hands.
"You here?" he cried. "Let me con
gratulate you upon having punished, as
he deserved, the most cold hearted cut
throat in existence. I trust your wound
does not pain you much?"
"What?" we all shouted, "was it he
who killed De Villeneuve?"
"Indeed it was," answered the doctor,
: 'aud it was the pluckiest thing I ever
saw."
We all jumped up from our chairs and
came crowding round the hero, setting
up a cheer that made the air ring, but
he looked at us so sadly and darkly that
it made the shout die upon our lips.
"Ah, lads! lads!" said he in a tone of
deep dejection, "for heaven's sake don't
praise a man for having shed blood and
destroyed life. I killed that ruffian as I
would have killed a wild beast to save
those whom he would have slaughtered.
But God help the man who shall take a
human life merely to gratify his own
pride and anger! If you wish to know
what happiness a successful duelist en
joys, look at me. Do sou remember that
story which Captain Thornton told here :
the other night about the duel in which
Colonel Fortescue—the 'famou3 duelist,'
as you call him—killed Sir Henry Martin
gale?"
"To be sure," answered Charlie Thorn
ton, looking rather scared. "But what
of it?"
"I was ones Colonel Fortescue," was
tho answer.—Exchange.
WOMAN'S WORLD IN PARAGRAPHS.
The Talking N i-JbyOnelle Permitted
to Aali Which It Is?
The tradition goes that just as Eve was
departing i rom the garden of Eden she
hurriedly ran to a certain tree and gath
ered up beneath its branches 12 basket
fuls of talk, which she distributed among "
her daughters, and it has been circulat
ing ever since. Bnt in view of the pro
ceedings in (he British house of com
mons and in the American congress this
etimmer I wonder a man can ever look
a woman in 1 lie fice again. The United
Slates senate is this moment a spectacle
for tho gods and men. What woman
ever lived that could speak four hours,
then after talking all her audience into a
state of coma leave off aud take up the
theme another day and talk all that day
and the next? Men can do it, have done
it frequently, both in law courts and in
legislative assemblies. They have talked
till they have driven oft' their audi
ences t.nd then continued orating to
empty benches and bare walls. In
the United States senate the boast is
openly made with regard to the repeal
bill that its opponents are going to talk
it to death. They have been going on I
talkee, talkee, talkee now since tho 7th |
of August; yet, when after nearly six , •
weeks of wind and nothing else a mild
proposal to shut down tho floodgates oi
speechmaking in 10 days more was
made, it was frowned down instantly,
and hints of gag law, etc., were freely
made. There are just two questions a
number of anxiously inquiring women
would like to have answered by some of
tho sex that has tho right of suffrage.
Tlioy are these: What equivalent is the
United States congress just now giving j
the American people for the money it is
costing them? Second—Really and truly,
answering without fear or favor, which
is the talking sex?
Mrs. John A. Logan came very nefit
stating a great truth when sho remarked,
"Tlie huhitof praising everything v. Licli
Comes from tho hand of a women , : ' ■
because a woman did it is, in my <•:. ;;
ion, vicious!"
Girls, lay !up some money. L"J
money whether. yoa marry or do
marry. It w keep you out of the old
ladies' home by. and hy.
Mrs. Elizabeth Eollenbeck of Los An
geles was more thoughtful of her own
sex than many other women are when
&&em -to -imwi a hojeaipi
rOS ANGjSLES HERALD, FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 29. 1893.
indigent women and homeless children
in her city.
The Woman's Journal has been figur
ing the thing out and finds that if our
sex had its full share of postniasterships
according to the female population there
would bo no less than fSO.OOO postmis
tresses. We havo not more than one
eighth of our quota, however.
Years ago a pious old lady in England
left a sum 9t money from whose income
a prize of $500 should be awarded every
year to tho person that should write the
best treatise "illustrative of the wisdom
and beneficence of the Almighty in any
department of science." This year the
prize has been won by Miss Agnes
Clerke, England's most learned woman
astronomer. Miss Clerko is a young wo
man who lives at South Kensington
very quietly and studies the stars. Sho
had no school training in astronomy,
but studied privately, yet she has writ
ten an able paper on tlie "Chemistry of
the Stars," and has published a book,
"Popular History of Astronomy In the
Nineteenth Century," that, lias passed
through three editions. "I have loved
the stars from my earliest years," she
says.
Mrs. Logan says —and womanlike she
prefaces her remarks with "I feel"—"l
feel that the greatest opportunities
women have ever had to advance them
selves or their interest have been only
half improved because of envy, jealousy
and personal ambition." Yes. but the
same is exactly as true of men. Both
sexes must suffer aud fail of their high
est possibilities till tho race eradicates
envy, jealousy aud bad temper.
What do you think of tho following
hint from Mine. Sarah Grand, author
of the famous English novel, "The
Heavenly Twins?" "If good women will
combiue in demanding good husbands,
a supply will eventually arise to meet
tho demand."
Mr* A. H. Woodall of Washington
has invented a most useful attachment
to the typewriting machine. It is a de
vico which renders it no longer neces
sary for the typewriting,operator to lift
the carriage after a lino is finished and
slide it back to the beginning of tlie next
one. With Mrs. Woodall's attachment
the machine does this for itself auto
matically as soon ns tlie end of a line is
reached. Eliza Aiichabd Conner.
Tobacco Pouch.
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tal design. Stitch the curved edges of
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to form the bag, and around th(*top sew
a strip of soft silk 4 inches wide.
This is to be doubled over and faced
down on the insido of the pouch so as to
cover the top edge of the chamois.
Half an inch below the ton of the silk
put two rows of stitching, between
which run double drawing strings of
No. 1 ribbon to match the silk.
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Notice to Creditors.
fN THS Sd'ERIOR COURT, COUNTY OK
1 l.o< A ge.''», nlAte of California.
In mater Of the estate of Home? F.
arker, d-r'a-eJ. No ice is hereby etven b
tbe uxiderslftQed exeeutr.x of th i laht wilt uml
i-'StHiiietitul ll'"*r et* F. Uark-.i', deeeaseii, 10 th'
creditor* at, aud ail p'"-<ona liuviuk claims
■V iv t ilie !■ dec h. .i to exhibit the B«in.
i'.i )i tii i (;e,!**«r>* vouch tf*, wiih:n four
'ii h« Aft-r ihe tln»t public.tiou ot this i:otic c
io the a i exec itrix. at room :10, liryncn hui il
.t;f. ifi-Aust'.i!. tue same beiu the pit.cc o
iiuatn -tM of «a:d executrix and ibe plaiv f. i
ih it.a miction nf the bunineas of said estate,
n th • i.outi'v i f t*Oi Alleles.
I)i c of lirst publicitioD. October ti, A.h
1893.
VARY E. BARK lift.
Executrix of tbe Iflßt will aud testament oi
Ho ne • F Harker, deceamd.
i lahkmk A. Mil Lies, Altorne for estate.
10-U it fridays
ZNotice of Street WorK.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON
Monday, ttie 25th day of Sept., A.I). lHy3,
the council of the city of I.os Angeles did, at
its meeting on said day, adopt an ordinance of
inteutton, uuinhered 1851 (new series), to havo
the following work done, to-wlt:
First—That said
SIXTH STREET
In said city from tlie west line of Pearl street
to the east line of Fremont avenue, including
all intersections of streets, excepting such
portions of said street and intersections asarc
required by law to be kept in order or repair by
any person or company having railroad tracks
thereon, and also excepting such portions as
have been paved and accepted he paved with
bituminous rock surface with concrete base
and a granite gutter three feet wide in accord
ance wtth the plans and profile on file in the
office of the city engineer and specifications ou
file in the office of the city clerk of the city of
Loa Angeles, said specifications being desig
nated "special specifications for paving Sixth
street, from Pearl street to Kreemont avenue."
second—That a cement curb be constructed
along the north lino of the roadway of said
Sixth street from the west line of pearl street
to flit' oast line of Fremont avenue
(exceptingalong such portions oi the line of
said roaduay upon which a cement or
granite curb has already been con
structed ami accepted) in accordance with
specifications on file in the office of ihe city
clerk of saidcity [oreoiistructing cement curbs,
said specifications being numbered twelve.
Third—Thai a cement sidewalk Em feet in
width be constructed along the north side of
said Sixth street from the west line of Pearl
street to the east' line of Kreuionf avenue
(excepting such portions of said street
between so id points along which a ce
mom or asphalt sidewalk has been constructed
and accepted), said sidewalk to be constructed
In accordance wit h specifications on file in the
olficc of t lie citj clerk, said specifications being
Bum be red twelve.
Fourth That a public sewer be constrncted
along aald Sixth street in said city, from the
center line of i- remont avenue to a connection
with the public sewer now built in the inter
section of said sixth and Pearl streets and
across all intersections of streets, together
with manholes.
The sue of said sewer shall be: Eight
inches in internal diameter and be
constructed of salt glazed vitrified pine, brick,
iron and cement. Ail ot which shall be
constructed iv accordance with tho
plans and profile on file in the office
ot the city engineer and specifications ou file
in the Office of the city clerk of the city of Los
Angeles, said specifications being lettered
D. The cost of all of said work shall be
assessed as provided In section 7 of the act to
provide tor work upon street*, etc., approved
.March 18th, 1885.
Reference is hereby made to the said Ordi
nance of Intention for further particulars,
I>. A. WATSON, Street Superintendent.
By F. C. Hanson, Deputy 10-14 6t
Notice of Street VVork.
N'OTJO.rI IS lIKREBY GIVEN THAT ON
Tuesday, the 3d day of October, A. D.
1893, the council of Ihe city of U>s Angeles
did, at Its meeting on said day, adopt an ordi
nance of intention, numbered 1801 (new se
ries), io have the following work done, to-wit:
First—That said
EIGHTH BTREET
In said city from the east line of Union avenue
to the west line of Pearl street, including al!
intersections of streets (excepting such por
tions of said street and intersections as are
required bylaw to be kept in order or repair
by any person or company having railroad
tracks* thereon, and also excepting such por
tions as hiave already been graded and graveled
and accepted) be graded and graveled in ac
cordance with the plans and pro rile on tile in
theotrice of the city engineer and specifications
on tile in the ofliee of the city clerk of the
city of Los Angeles for graveled .streets, said
specifications being numbered live.
Second—That a cement curb be constructed
along each line of the roadway of said
Eighth street, from the east line of Union ave
nue to the west line of Pearl street (excepting
along such portions of the line of said roadway
Upon which a cement or granite curb has al
ready been constructed and accepted* in ac
cordance with specifications in the ofliee of
the city clerk of said city for constructing
cement curbs, said specifications being num
bered 12.
Third—That a cement sidewalk four feet In
Width be constructed along the south side of
said Kighlh street, from the east line of I'nion
avenue to the west line of Pearl street,
and on the north side of said Eighth street
from the east line of I'nion avenue to the east
line of lot 38 of the Kennedy tract addition,
(excepting such portions of said street between
said point l - along which a cement or asphalt
sidewalk has been constructed and accepted',
said sidewalk to be constructed iti accordance
with specifications on tile in the office of the
city clerk, said speciti cat ions being num
bered is.
Sue.2. The city engineer having esiimated
tnat tlie total cost of said improvement will
greater than one dollar per front foot along
each line of said street, including tlie cost of
intersections, it is hereby determined iv pur
suance of an act of the legislature of the state
of California* approved February 27th, 1(M)3,
that bonds shall be issued to represent thecosi
of said Improvement Said bonds shall he se
rial, extending over a period of ten years, an
even proportion of Which shall be payable an
nually oil (lie second day of January of each
year, after -their date until the whole are paid,
and to bear interest at the rate of 7 per cent
per annum, payable semi-annually on the sec
ond days of January and July of each and
every year.
Reference la 'hereby made to the said ordi
nance of intention for further particulars.
D. A. W ATSON,
Street Superintendent.
By F. C. Hanson, Deputy. 10-14 'it
Notice to Contractors.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BK RECEIVED
n at the Office of the Redondo Hot Salt Water
BathComoany, at Redondo Baach, until 11
o'clock a. m. of the 36th day of October, t H93.
for the construction of a reservoir or swim
ming bath under the Pavilion at Bedondo
Beach.
430 cubic yards of concrete for a concrete
structure.
230 cubic yards of concrete aud 1-0 thou
sand brick for a brick structure.
132 lineal feet of 10-inch cement or vitrified
clay pipe.
1 stop valve and rod.
1 tidal finp valve.
Separate proposals are also requested for
labor only, exclusive of material for each
structure.
Specifications and plans can be seen al the
company's Office At Bedondo Beach, or at the
office of the engineer, No. 10 Court street, Los
Angeles, Cal.
The company reserves the right to reject any
or all bids.
Proposals must be Addressed to Redondo
Hot Salt Water Bath Company, Redondo
Beach Cal. S. P. REES, Secretary.
Bt'KK Bakskj.l, Engineer. 10-10 5t
Notice of Street VVork.
\fOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON
il .Monday, the 25th day of Sept., A. D. 1803,
the Council of tlie city of Los Angeles did, at
its meeting on said day, adopt an ordinance of
intention, numbered' 184/ (new series), to
have the following work done, to-wit:
That a cement sidewalk live feet in
width be constructed along tbe south side of
said
ELEVENTH STREET,
from the easterly curb line of Vernon
street to Ihe westerly curb line of Sentous
street,'excepting such portions of sain street
between said points along Which a cement or
asphalt sidewalk has been Constructed and ac
cepted,) said sidewalk to be constructed in ac
cordance with specifications on file in the of
fice of the city clerk, said specifications being
numbered twelve.
Reference is hereby made to the said ordi
nance of Intention for further particulars.
D. A. WATSON,
.Street Superintendent.
By F. C. H annon, Deputy. 10-14 (it
Notice Inviting Proposals for Fur
uishing Cement.
OEALEI) PROPOSALS WILL HE RECEIVED
n by tlif undersigned up to 11 o'clock a. 111.,
of Moinliiy, Octobef 28, 1803, to furnish the
City oi Los Angeles with 1300 barrels, more or
it sr,"i cement io lie delivered at the town of
inglcwood, I.os Angeles county, California.
Said cement to be in accordance with Ihe
specifications for cement to lie used in tlie con
struction of the outfall sewer, adopted by
council July IV, IHO-.
A certified cheek to the order of the under
signed amounting to 5 per cent of the gross
bid shall accompany each proposal esn guar
antee that tlie blotter will enter into a con
tract ii awarded to bim in conformity with
Council reserves the right to reject any and
Hy order of the council of the City of I.os
Angeles at its meeting of October 9, ISDi.
C. A. LUCKENBACH,
10-18 ISt City clerk.
Notice to Stwekhuiders.
OOITTHEKN CALIFORNIA RAILWAY COM ;
i pany in' 1 annual nieeliiig of tin* stock- j
holders oi ihe Southern California Hallway !
company wilt be held ut 1-ie oiiicc oi Hie con)
pauyiu llioeityof l.os A:itel"s on Thursday,
.\o vein tier i' 03, at ! 1 o'clock ii. in., to elect '
a boatd of directors for theeasuing year, and
lo transact i nch other business a:; may pro- -
periy come before the meeting.
FRANK IT. PATTKE, |
I.os Angeles, Cal., Oct. 18, 181/.* JOliA'.l >
Summons.
TN TU E SUPERIOR COURT OF THE COUNTY
JL of U>s Angeles, State of California.
Harsh C. Whigham, plaintiff, vs. F. H. Bar
clay, H J. Hunt, J. W. Hendrick, J. 8. Chap
man, Ida Hancock, as administratrix of the
estate of John Hancock, deceased; Francis R
McDonnell. A. A. McDonnell, Robert N. C. Wil
son, H. s. Shields, Julia McKrlaln, John Doc,
Richard Roe, Mary Doe, defendants.
Action brought In the superior court of Ix>s
Angeles county, State of California, and the
complain! filed in said county of Ixm Angeles,
in the ofliee of the clerk of said superior court.
The people of the state of California send
greeiingtoF. H. Barclay, 11. J. Hunt, J. W.
Hendrick, J. S. Chapman, Ida Hancock, as ad
midistiaf rix of the estate of John Hancock, de
ceased; Francis E. McDonnell, A. A. McDon
nell, Robert N. C. Wilson, H. 8. Shields, Julia
McK.rlaiu, John Doe, Richard Roe, Mary Doe,
You are hereby• required to appear in an
action brought against yon by the above named
plaintiff in the superior court of the county of
Los Angeles, state of California, and to answer
ibe complaint filed therein within (en days
(exclusive of the day of service) after the ser
vice on you of th is summons if served within
this county; or ii served elsewhere, within
thirty days, or judgment will be taken
against you according to the prayer of said
complaint.
The said action is brought lo obtain a decree
of this court vacating and setting aside the
decree of foreclosure and order of sale, made In
a former action in said superior court, being
action No. 14,894 on the register of action of
said court, wherein Sarah C Whigham was
plfiiutlff, ainl P. 11. Barclay and others were
defendants, which said action was instituted
for Ihe purpose of foreclosing the mortgage
hereinafter referred lo; and also vacating and
setting aside the sale made on the 17th day of
November. 18*11, iv pursuance of the said de
cree of foreclosure; and also vacating the
sheiiff's certificate of sale issued in pursuance
Of laid sale, which said certificate of sale is
recorded in book r, sheriff's ccrtilicates of sale,
page 211; and also vacating and setting aside
the sheriff's deed, made by tho sheriff of said
county to said plaintiff in pursuance of said
certificate on November 18, 1801, recorded
iv book 802 of deeds, page Li, In the office of
the county recorder of said county of Los An
geles. Also to recover judgment against the
said defends.!!, F. H. Barclay, for the
sum of with interest at the rale of
19 per cent per annum from November ft,
1880, compounding ouarterly; also to obtain a
decree of this court" for the foreelosur t Of a
mortgage described in said complaint and exe
cuted by the said defendant, 1". 11. Barclay, on
the sth day of May, A. D. 1888, to secure the
payment of a certain promissory note, made by
said defendant, F. 11. Jiarclav, on said sth day
of May, A. I>. 1888, to said plaintiff, for 5<5500,
gold coin, upon which said promissory note
and mortgage there has been paid the sum of
tp7o7i and no more, and upon which promis
sory note and mortgage there lsdueaml unpaid
a balance of $5731.01, with interest thereon at
the rate of 12 per cent per annum, from No
vemtiero, 1889, compounding quarterly; also
to recover judgment for ihe sum of $83 '-t*. laid
out and expended by plaintiff for taxes upon
the mortgaged premises, and for interest there
on at 12 per cent per annum, compounding
Quarterly from December 20, 1890, ami also
for the sum of as reasonable counsel fee
of plaintiff herein, as provided in said mort
gage; that the premises described in said
mortgage may be sold aud the proceeds ap
plied to the payment of the amount the court
shall ascertain* to be due on said note and
mortgage, or other, and for such taxes, ami for
counsel fees, and for costs of suit; and In case
such proceeds are not sufficient to pay the
same, then to obtain judgment for the defi
ciency, and an execution against said defend
ant, F. 11. 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 foreclosed of all
right, title, claim, lien, equity of redemption
and interest in ami to said mortgaged
premises, and for the appointment of a re
ceiver for said premises, and for other and
further relief. Reference is had to said com
plaint for particulars.
And yon are hereby notified that if you fail
to appear and answer the said complaint as
above required, the said plaintiff will apply to
the court for the relief demanded in said com
plaint.
Given under my hand and the seal of the
superior court of the county of Los Angeles,
state of California, this llHh day of April, in
the vcar of our Lord one thousand eight hun
dred" and niuetv-three.
[sr.u..] * T. H. WARD, Clerk.
By A. W. Skavkr, Dcputv Clerk.
P.. West and Wellborn & Hutton, attorneys
for plaintiff. 8-29 BBt
Notice of Street Work.
XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON
i> Monday, the 25th lay of Sept., A. D, 1898.
tlie Council of the city of Los Angeles did, at
its meeting on said day, adopt an ordinance of
intention, numbered 1840 (new series), to
have the following work done, to-wit;
First—That that portion of said
HOOVER STREET,
In said city from the south eurbline of Sixteenth
street to the north curb line of Washington
street, which is east of the west city boundary,
including all intersections of streets (excepting
such portion of said Street and intersections as
are required by law to be kept in order or re
pair by any person or company having railroad
tracks thereon, and also excepting such por
tions as have already been graded, graveled
hiul accepted,) be graded and graveled in ac
cordance with ihe plans and profile on file in
the office of the city engineer and specifica
tions on file in the office of the city clerk of the
city of Los Angeles for graveled streets, said
specifications being numbered five.
second—That a redwood curb be constructed
along the east line of the roadway of said Hoover
street from the south curb line of Sixteenth
Street to the north curb line of Washington
street, (excepting a long such port ions of the line
ofsaiu roadway Upon which a redwood, cement
or granite curb has already been constructed
anil accepted), in accordance with specifica
tions in the office of the city clerk of said city
for constructing redwood curbs.
Third—Ordinances Nos. 1722 and 1700, be
ing in conflict herewith, arc hereby repealed.
Reference is hereby made to the said ordi
nance of intention for further particulars.
D. A. WATSON,
Street Superintendent.
By F. C. Hannon, Deputy. 10-14 Ot
Ordinance No. 1872.
(NEW SERIFS.)
AN ORDINANCE DEC! \ KING THE IN
tcution of the inavor and council of the
city of Los Angeles to establish the grade of
TURNER STREET,
from Vignes street to a point 250 feet east
from the east line of Center street.
The mayor and council of tho city of Los An
geles do ordain as follows:
Section 1. That it is the intention of the
council of the city of Los Angeles to establish
the grade of
TURNER STREET,
from Vignes street toa point 250 feet east from
the east line of Center street as follows:
At the intersection of Vignes street the grade
shall be 8.80 on the northeast and southeast
corner; at the intersection of Center si reel 8.45
on the northwest and nortlK*ast corner, and
8.35 on the southwest and southeast corner, at
a point 250 feet east from the east line of
Center street, 11.00 on both sides of Turner
street.
And at all points between said designated
points the grade shall be established so as to
conform to a straight line drawn between said
designated points.
Elevations are in feet and above city
datum idane.
Six*. 2. The city clerk shall certify to the
passage of this ordinance and shall cause the
same to be published for ten days in the Los An
geles Hetrai.d, and thereupon and thereafter
it shall take effect and be in force.
I hereby certify that the foregoing ordinance
was adopted by the council of the city of Los
Angeles, at its meeting of October 0, 1893.
C. A. LUCKENHACM,
city Clerk.
Approved this 12th day of October, 1893.
T. E. ROWAN,
10-10 101 Mayor.
jSOTIOJC.
OFFICE OF TIIEHOAItD OK SUPERVISORS
of I.os Angeles county, California, October
17, 18i»il. Notice is hereby given that Ihe
board of supervisors of l.os Angeles county,
California, will receive sealed proposal* up to
ii o'clock p.m., November 8, lHi):t. for
tlie construction, as a whole or in sections, of
a road from a point near chalsworlh Park to
tlie summit of Hants Susanna pass, as per plat
and profile on tile in this office.
A certified check in the sum of ten per cent
oi the amount of each bid to accompany same.
The board reserves tlie right lo reject any or
all bids.
By order of the board of supervisors of I.os
Angeles, California. I. If. WARD,
County clerk.
10-10111 By v . 11. WniTTKMor.K, iiepic:.
Stiller I'lViticg riOJI HrtN th R'nr'Vi'
K.trlh from Street.
CIS.VLKD PROPOSALS WILL BK RECEIVED
i*i by .he itiioUrrstsiiod, up to 1! o'clock a. m.
of Monday, Oetuuer add, 1-!)!, tor bringing
Main sti'. el, from Kourtci>ntli to Pirn stre -ts,
to a grade according to profile on file in the
li,. A ••ek.m tbe order'oi ilie "l-rsigne.. for
■< 4 cent of .legrossainoiiM i .ieirW(>,us
a w .an tec Hint they will ci hto a con
tract if awarded to them.
Coun.-il reserves Ihe right lo reject any and
II bids.
llv order oi the council of the city ot Los An
cc'i's at ! !s )■looting •'!' October 10th, 1 HA.
t. A loCKekbach, ,
WiDit City clerk.
Notice of sale of Franchise.
-\TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
IX Council of the City of Los Angeles has re
ceived an application for a franchise for the
construction aud operation of a street railway
track over the route hereinafter described.
And that the said city council will, on the'27th
day of November, 1808, and up to 11 o'clock a.
m. of said day, receive and open sealed propos
als for the purchase of a franchise described
as follows, to wit;
ORDINANCE NO
(New Sertoli.)
An Ordinance granting to and
assigns the right to construct and oper
ate an electric street railway along certain
streets of the city of Los Angeles.
The Mayor ami Council of the City of Los
Angeles do ordain as follows:
skition 1. That ihe right of way be and the
same is hereby granted to and
assigns, over aud along the public streets of
the city of Los Angeles In this ordinance
named, for the period of fifty years from ami
after the approval hereof, for the purpose of
constructing, maintaining and operating a
single or double track electric street railway
thereon, together with the right to construct
all switches, turnouts, power houses and all
other appliances, properties. Structures and
attachments thai may be necessary for the
purpose of operating said road, and enabling
it to be as efficient as the best electric roads;
provided, thai such road shall at all times be
constructed, maintained and operated accord
ing to the provisions of this ordinance.
The street! and portions of streets over
which this right is granted are particularly
described as follows, to w it:
Commencing at the intersection of I'owney
avenue and Truman street, thence easterly on
Downey avenue to frit chard st red, I hence
southerly on Prilchardstreet to Kuhrts street.
Also, commencing at the intersection of
Marehessault street and Main street, thence
northerly on Main street to Macy street, thence
easterly on Macy street lo Alameda street.
Also," commencing at the intersection of
Spring, Main and Ninth streets, thence south
erly on Main street to Tenth street, thence
westerly on Tenth street to Broadway.
Together with the right to make the neces
sary curbes and connections at street intersec
tions; said tracks to be laid as nearly equi
distant from the center of the streets as possi
ble, and as near each other as a proper regard
for safely will ailow.
Proviced, that in all cases where this fran
chise Is granted over streets now occupied hy
other lints of street railway ow bed by persons
or corporations whether named herein or not,
that said and assigns shall
have the right to operate over any and all
such tracks in accordance with and limited
only by the statutes of the state of California
applicable thereto; and In case the guage of
the tracks of said other persons or corporations
shall not conform to the guage of the
(racks of the grantee herein, or assigns
then the said grantee, or assigns, shall be per
mitted tO lay a third rail over the distance tra
versed by said two roads jointly.
BEC. 2. And the said grantee and assigns
shall use in the construction of said road the
best material, including a rail weighing not
less than 40 lbs. per yard, such as is used on
first-class roads, which rail shall be satisfactory
lo the street superintendent and board of pult
lie works, and shall pave or macadamize
the said road between the rails, between
the tracks and for two feet on each side there
of, wit h the same material used by the city,
upon Ihe streets over which said road runs
respectively, and keep the same constantly in
repair, Hush with the street and provided
with suitable crossings; and shall make the
roadbed conform at all times to the estab
lisheed grade of the streets; all repairs and
grades to be made under the instructions and
to the satisfaction (tf the st rect superintendent
of said city. In case the said grantee fails to
comply with the instructions given by said
otUeer for ten days after service thereof upon
the agent of said grantee resident in Los An
geles, he, the said officer, may enter upon the
road of said grantee and do the work as or
dered by the council, said officer to keep an
itemized account of the cost of said work,
which said grantee by acceptance of this
franchise, hereby agrees to pay immediately
upon its presentation to said grantee s local
agent stationed in Los Angeles.
Provided, further, that cars shall be run
over the road constructed under this franchise
during every day, unless prevented by the
elements.
Provided, further, that cars shall be operated
upon said line at intervals of not more than
fifteen minutes each way during the day time
and until eleven o'clock at night.
Provided, further, that said grantee, or
assigns, shall construct all necessary flumes
ami culverts for the free passage of water un
der the tracks of said railway where Ihe same
naturally flows; and that all curves, aque
ducts, turnouts, switches, shall be constructed
under plans and specifications approved by
the city engineer.
And it is understood that said grantee shall
have the right to excavate and remove por
tions of the street necessary to properly
construct said road, and to erect needful
apparatus, boilers, engines, etc., to properly
equip and run the road.
It is understood turtherthat the city, in mak
ing the grant of this franchise, expressly re
serves tbe right to pave, macadamize, renew
or sewer any of said streets, or to lay gas,
water or oiher pipes therein, such w ork'to be
done so as to injure said road as litt Ie a* possi
ble.
Provided, further, that the cars npon said
road shall not be a I lowed to stand on the st reel
intersections or Oil main streets in such a man
ner as to obstruct the use of said streets by
vehicles.
Sec. 3. That the rate of fare for any distance
along said road or its branches, one way, shall
not exceed five cents for one passenger, and
that persons under eighteen years of age who
attend the public schools of said city, sha 1 be
required to pay but half fare, provided said
pupils shall purchase their tickets in quanti
tiesof at least one dollar's worth at a time;
such tickets to be available only between the
hours of 8 a.m. and tt p.m. in actual passage to
and from school; and said grantee, or assigns,
shall sell such tickets whenever requested so
lo do by a pupil who shall present a Certificate
from a teacher, approved by the superintend*
cut of schools of the city, thai he or she is
such pupil of said pen note,
And further, thai said grantee, or assigns,
phall carry policemen and firemen ami letter
carriers free on said ears w hen on duty, sub
ject at all times to the rules of Ihe road.
Provided further, that Ihe grantee,
or assigns, shall, on or before December
15th of each year, pay \o the city tax
and License collector the ntmiial license upon
each car fixed by the existing Ordinances of
said city.
Hue. 4. The above rights end privileges are
granted upon the express condition that work
upon said road shall be commenced v. i hiu
six months, and the whole thereof competed
and in operation within eighteen mouths .rum
the date of the approval of this .ordinance; if
being understood thai if said road be not fully
completed and in operation Within said time,
then this franchise »hall be forfeited as to the
portion thereof uncompleted, and in case any
portion of said road is unused and unoperated
with reasonable service for six months, then
that part of the road shall become forfeited,
and become the property of the city.
Sec 5. The said grantee or assigns is hereby
required U> file a wiitten acceptance of Ihe
terms ami conditions hereof with the city clerk
of said city within thirty days after the pas
sage of this ordinance, together with a bond
of not less than % for the faithful car
rying out of the terms of this f ran Chile,
*Se<\ ti. The city clerk shall certify to the
passage of this ordinance and shall cause the
same to be published once in the Los Angeles
Daily Hkrau>. and thereupon and thereafter
it shall take effect and be in force.
I hereby certify that the foregoing ordinance
was adopted by the council of the city of bos
Angeles at its meeting of 1*9:;.
City Clerk.
Approved by me this day of 1803.
U ay or.
Any person presenting sealed proposals for
the purchase of said franchise shall inclose
therewith a certified check for 10 per cent, of
the amount by him bid for said franchise.
The purchaser of said franchise will be re
quired to pay tlie lull amount of the purchase
price therefor into the city treasury of said oity
before the publication of the ordinance print
ing the same.
c, A LUCKENBACH. 1
10-20 lOt City Clerk
Ordinance No. 1873.
\N OR'HSIVCB DECLARING DIE IN
lenlion of Ihe mayor and council ol the
city of Los An niles to establishthe grade •£
INGIiAHAM STREET,
From Witmer street to I.ucas avenue.
The mayor aud council ot the city of Los An
geles do ordain as follows:
SKirriox t. That it ts ihe intention of the
I mayor and council of the city of Los Angeles
j tc establish tin- grade of
ingraiia.m street
' From Witmer street to Lucas avenue, as fot
t tlie intersection of Witmer street thegrsde
j shall tie 45.50 ou the northeast corner and
I -to.oo on the southeast corner; at tlie inler
| section of Lucas avenue, Oil.Oil on the north
j west corner and 59 o ion the southwest corner.
And at all points between suid designated
! points the grade shall be established so as to
conform lo a straight line drawn between
said designated points.
Elevations are in feet and above city datnm
i plane
thte. 2. The city clerk shall certify to tho
] passage of tills ordinance and shall cause the
; same lo in- published for ten days in tlie Loa
Angeles Hkiiai n, and thereupon and thereafter
p. snail take effect and lie in force.
I I hereby certify (hat ihe foregoing ordinance
! was adopted by the council of the city oi Los
I Angeles at its meeting Ol October 11, lisiltt.'
C. A. LUCKENHACU,
City Clerk.
Approved this lata day of October, 1803.
T. E. ROWAN,
10-15 lOt Mayor.
Notice of Sale of Franchise,
NOTICE 18 HEICEBY GIVEN THAT THE
council of the city of Lou Angelei w re
ceived an application for a franchise for the
construction and operation
track over the route he?e .after dcii rihe* .
And that the said city council wilt, tW*W«Jtn
day of November, 1893, *ad up to 11.00 o
a. 'm. of said day, receive nnd tP«n W*"?
proposals for the purchase of a franchise de
scribed as follows towit:
ORDINANCE N0....
(New Seriei.)
An ordinance granting to ■
assigns the right to construct and operate
an electro street railway along certain streets
of tin' city of lx>s Angelei.
The mayor aud council of the city of Los An
geles do ordain as follows:
■"jICTtON I. Tbat the right of way be and ihe
same is hereby granted to LVil'i^SSS
assigns, over and along the P u,,lic » tr *^
of the oil? oi Los Angeles In tl*
named, for the period of fifty years from and
after the approval hereof, for the purpose Of
constructing, maintaining and oper»Uiig J
single or double track electric street rtUwa>
thereon, together with the right to construct
all switches, turnouts, power houses and km
other appliances, properties, structures and
attachments that may he necessary for the
purpose of operating said road and enabling
it to be as efficient as the brat electric! roeo>;
provided, that such road shall at all times be
constructed, maintained and operated accord
ing lo the provisions of this ordinance
The streets aud portions of street* over w hi eh
this right is granted are particularly described
as follows, towit: . .
Commencing at the intersection of Daly
street and Pasadena avenue, thence run
ning northerly along Pasadena avenue to
the north city limits, crossing the Armjo Hceo
ou a bridge to be constructed by the grantee
west of and adjoining the present city
bridge.
Together with the right to mak# the neces
sary curves and connections at street intersec
tions: said tracks to be laid as n»ariy equi
distant from fhe center of the streets aa »os
sihle, and as near each other as a proper te
gard for safety w ill allow*
Provided, that in all cases w here this fran
chise is granted over streets now occupied by
other lines of street railway, owned by person!
or corporations whether named herein or not.
that said and .. assigns shall
have the right to operate over any and ail
HUCh tracks in accordance with and limited
only by the statutes of the state of California
applicable thereto: and In case the gauge of
the track-* of said other persons or corporations
■Enl) not conform to ihe gauge of the tracks of
said or assigns, then tbe
Maid or assigns, shall be
permitted to lay a third rail over the distance
traversed by said two roads jointly.
Site. And the said grantee ami as
signs shall use in the construction of said road
the best material, including a rail,
weighing not less than 40 pounds per yard,
such as is used on first-class roads, which rail
shall be satisfactory to the street superinten
dent and board of public works, and shall
pave or macadamize the said road between
the rails, between the tracks and for two feet
On each side thereof, with the same material
used by tho city, upon the streets over
Which said road runs respectively, and
keep the same constantly in repair.
Hush with the street and provided
with suitable crossings; and shall make the
road bed conform at all times to the estab
lished grade of the streets: all repairs and
grades to bC blade under the instructions ami
to the satisfaction of the I reel superintendent
of said city. In ca:** the said grantee fails to
comply with the instructions given by said
officer for ten days after service thereof upon
the agent of said grantee resident in Los An
geles, he, the said officer, to enter upon the
road of said grantee and do the work as order
ed by the council, said officer to keep an item
ized account oi the cost of said work, which
said grantee, by acceptance of this franchise,
hereby agrees to pay immediately upon Its
presentation to said grantee's local agent
stationed in Los Angeles.
Provided further, That cars shall be run over
the road constructed under this franchise
during every day, unless prevented by the
elements.
Provided further. That cars shall be operated
upon said line at intervals of not more than
one-half hour apart each way during the day
time and until ten o'clock at night.
Provided further, That said grantee or
assigns shall construct all necessary flumes
and culverts for the free passage of water
under tlie tracks of said railway where tut
same naturally flows; and that all curves,
aqueducts, turnouts, switches shall be con
structed under plans and specifications ap-»
proved by Ihe city engineer.
And it is understood that said grantee shsll
have the right to excavate and remove por
tions of Ihe street necessary to properly con
struct said road and to erect needful' appa
ratus, boilers, engines, etc., to properly equip
and run the road.
it is understood further that
the city, iv making the grant
of this tranchise, expressly reserves the
light to pave, macadamize, renew or sewer
any or the said streets, or to lay gas, water or
other pipes therein, such work'to be done so
as to injure said road as little aa possible.
Provided, further* that the care upeu said
road shall not be allowed to stand on the
street intersections oron main streets in such
manner as to obstruct the me of said streets
by vehicles. ,
BBC. H. That the rate of fare for any dis
tance along said road or its branches, one way,
shall not exceed live cents for one passenger,
nnd that persons under eighteen years of age
who attend the public schools of said city,
shall be required to pay but half fare, pro
vided said pupils shall purchase their tickets
in quantl ies of at least one dollar's worth at
a time; such tickets to be available only
between the hours of 9 a, m, and Op. m., in
uciunl passage to and from school; and said
grantee, or assigns, shall lell such tickets
w bene Yer requested so to do by a pupil who
shall present a certificate from a teacher, ap
proved by the superintendent of schools of the
city, that he or she is such pupil of laid
se 1 tools.
And, further, that said grantee, or aeaigna,
shall carry policemen ana firemen, and letter
carriers, free on said cars when on duly, sub
ject at all times to the rules of the road.'
Provided, further, that the grantee, or ftv.
signs, shall, on or before Dacember loth of
each year, pay to the city tax and license col
lector the annual license upon each car fixed
by i l<e existing ordinances of Mid city.
fcC 4. The above rights and privi
leges arc printed upon the ex press
condition that work upon said road shall be
eomlrtenced within ninety days, andthe whole
thereOf completed and in operation within
out! year from the date of the approval of this
ordinance; it being understood that if said
road be not fully completed and iv operation
within said time, then this franchise shall be
forfe ted as to the portion thereof uncom
pleted: and in case any portion of said road is
unused and ttfioperated with reasonable ser
vice for six months, (hen that part of the road
shall become forfeited and become the prop
erty of Ihe city.
st:r. ;>. The said grantee or assigns is he»cby
required to file a written acceptance of tlie
terms and conditions hereof with the City
Clerk of said city wtihin thirty days aficr ihe
passage of this ordinance, together with a
bond of not less than # 10,000 for the faithful
performance of tbe terms of this franchise.
Sue flu The City Clerk shall certify to th*
passage of this ordinance aud shall cause ihe
same 10 be published once in the Los Angelei
Daily IlKfiAi.D. and thereupon and thereafter
it shall lake effect and be in force.
I hereby certify that the foregoing ordinance
was adopted by the Council of the C ly of LM
Angeles at its meeting of , 1803.
city Clerk.
Approved by me this — day of 1803.
Mayor.
Any person presenting sealed proposals for
the purchase of said frnnchicc shall inclose
therewith a certified cheek for 10 per cent of
the amount bid by him for said franchise.
The purchaser of said franchise will he re
quired to pay the full amount of the purchase
price therefor into the city treasury of said
city before the publication of the ordinance
granting the same.
C. A. LUCKENBACH,
10-20 1 Ot City Clerk.
FOLLOWING 18 A USTOPTBJJ OHILDRKN
who havo been admitted into the J,os An
geles Orphan Asylum siueo the last publica
tion:
wiioi.l'. oiu'Hans.
Age. I Age.
Fmlly Reyes 10 Anita Monroy 7
Prismas Marcus . ...12 Teresa Flore. 10
HSXf OKeIIANS, J HALF ORPHANS.
Wm.Patrick Martin. m'.J|ollve Brown 8
(ittadalupe Duron.. 4 -amonu Moreno 10
Elena Marron I ouisa Moreno 4
Alice Wise .tiAmelia Bancker... 10
Nt-va 7 Adel. Brutlnolle 7
I'ntonia Poyorena... ti Balbina Gonzales... 12
MiguelaO'toga ft Flora serry 10
MinnteSllv* 10 ndleßerry 5
Ldyinpia SIiVA 7|Emma Brennan —12
Annie Mot'ab ■ 0 .laila Martinez 12
Wl ii MyrtloMcL'abe Si tlda Rronuan... 8
KitaOvis 0 Mabel Farter. —
Alee Mo-islseh 0 AgiitdUV.ii.to'nr.i'l 11
KltirtlttOliTSras 8 PaniiusValdu arvil 0
Catharineosisada... — Mary linn 1 r. In
vaiivldadHaabedrs.. h :Jiu . Moeller 7
Maria Moore 10 1
Lni Auroles Orj ban A«yloin, Oct. 10, 1893.
10 15i0t _ rJISIK.. JOiKPHIIIt..
FOR ALL KINDS OF
GUNS, RIFLES, PISTOLS,
Cutlery, Ammunition,
All Kinds of Sporting <;oods,
Fishing Taok c. Bainooo Rods, Baseball", Mlt'a
and Oiovei. Repairing and Chose Boring of
Snotguns a Specialty. Guaranteed or money
refunded.
H. BLOTTTCRBEOK,
7-18 ly 211 N. Main St., Temple bloc*.

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