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atos SUflclcj; iirvaUl.
Gold and silver Production of the
Pacific Coast in 1877.
Wells, Faroo A Co., 1
San Francisco, Dec. 31, 1877. J
Deak Sir: The following is a
copy of our auuual statement ot
precious metals produced iv the
State* and Territories west of the
Missouri River, including British
Columbia aud the west coast of
Mexico, during 1377, which shows
an aggregate yield of $98,421,754,
being an excess ot $7,546,581 over
1876, the greatest previous annual
yield In the history of tho country.
Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Nevada,
New Mexico, Oregon, I tub and
Washington Increase; British Col
umbia, California, Mexico, and
Montana decrease; but it is possi
ble the falling oif in Montana is
inoro apparent than real. In our
statement for 1878, Dakota (Black
Rills) was not mentioned. It ap
pears herein credited with $1,500,
--000 gold, but the estimate is uncer
tain, as $050,000 is the total amount
carried out by all express compa
nies and mail. The amount named
as oarried by other conveyances is
conjecture. If the Comstock mines
yield as much in 1878 as during the
present year, the aggregate product
•f stiver and gold will approximate
one hundred millions of dollars.
Statement of the amount of precious
metals produced in the States atid
territories west of the Missouri
fiiver, during the year 1777.
Oregon 1,191 997
Montana 8 614,912
New Mexico 379,010
British Columbia 1.177,190
We have used the utmost care
and diligence In ascertaining the
character of bullion and ores re
ported, with the following result:
the yield of the Comstock mines is
45 per cent, gold; of the whole bul
lion produot of Nevada, 37 percent.
Is gold; and of all so-called silver
or base bullion, 28 per cent, is gold.
The gross yield for 1877, shown
above, segregated, is, In round
numbers, as follows:
Lead, 5 per oent $5,085,250
Silver, 48 per cent 47,206.957
Gold, 47 per cent 46,129,547
In our statement for IS7C, the
amounts credited to British Co
lumbia and West Coast of Mexico,
were Inadvertently carried into the
totals credited to the United States,
in the estimates giveu on the
right-hand page of the statement.
Deducting amounts from the sourc
es named, the results are us fol
We are uninformed as to the an
nual exports of silver to India,
China and the Straits previous to
1851, but assume that they were
less than since that date, which
being so, the exports this year are
the greatest known, vis: $105,000,
--000 to the 26th instant.
The greatest amount in former
years was $83,650,000, in 1857. The
amounts exported during the pres
ent year, were approximately as
follow*: From Southampton, $80,
--000,000; from San Francisco, $19,
--000,000; from Marseille?, $4,000,000:
from Venice, $2,000,000.
We take pleasure iv acknowledg
ing the prempt responses of per
sons applied to for information,
and to whose cordial co-operation
we are indebted for much of the
data necessary toour compilations.
Jno. J. Valentine,
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rienced professionals In the business.
Full Charge Taken of Remains,
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shipped to all parts of the country.
The only firm exclusively in the Under
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hicles and live stock. The only com
plete stock of
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Cases and Caskets,
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and exclusive agents for the STEIN *ri
PATENT C OiKKTS. the only first-class
burial casket ever Introduced In the
Embrace Ihe Handsomest Adult Full-
Trimmed Vehlcla Made.
The Only White Hearse Here,
and the only appropriate vehicle for
young people ana children. Carriage**
flue and rales low. Patrons shown ihe
various cemeteries free. Those requiring
such services will do well to call on us.
Russian and Electric Baths,
SIUNORET'I BUILDING, opposite
E.HUGHES, In returning thanks tn
the publlo for their liberal patronage,
cau with confidence recommend his
As tha great PURIFIER enrLKQUAL
IZKRof the human body, enaTallng the
system to throw off its impurities and
giving to the lungs one-sixth more Inspi
ration of air than can baootalnel by
breathing, by oponing the pores ol the
skin and giving full play to the insensi
ble respiration so necesaarv to physical
frar.v female constantly on hand to
Open from 8 a. h. to 7 p. m. s23tf
IN LOTH TO SUIT.
6000 Acres of the Lake
Vineyard Land and Wa
The best orauga and seml-troplcitl fruit
land iv the Slate: located In the heart of
the San Uabrlei valley, and in Ihe midst
oi the oldest and largest vineyards aud
orange groves of Loa Angeles county.
No water ratea charged. Tbe purchas
er of land Irom this Association receives
not only his land but also a proportion
ate share of an Inexhaustible water sup
ply, the most complete Irrigation system
in tke state, which has coat tlie Associa
tion already over 140.000 for ditches, pipe,
and reservoirs alone. Water In iront of
every lot. Churches and school houses
on tha tracts. The 8. p. R. R. passes
through the lands. Tbe orange orchards
and vineyards on these lands
and in the vicinity test their
capability for this culture. The title l.s
perfect. Grant bargain and sale deods
given. Prices reduced to suit the limes.
A map of the Tract may be seen at the
office of P. Beaudry, No. 81 New High
street, opposite Pioo House.
All communications addressed to the
Secretary will receive prompt attention.
F. W. WOOD, Secy.
nl3tf Los An'eles. Cal.
United States Laud Office,
1.03 ANGELES, Dec. 23, 1877.
PETER LAR3EN—S4r: You are hereby
notified that A hearing will bo hud ut
this office on the oth day or February,
1878, commencing at 10 o'clock a. m., up
on the application of the State of Cali
fornia, ex rel Mrs. J, C. Bowers, to roin
plete a title under the state for tho S. <A
NX. li of Section 38, Township 2 H. It. 14
W., San Bernardino Meridian, at which
tlmeand place you will bo allowed to
offer proofs and cross-examine witnesses
touching your olulm to said iract.
ALFRED JAM KB, Register.
J. W. HAVKRSTICK, Receiver.
d 29 Im
Formerly a resident of Los Angeles, has
returned aud started In the
Boot ashoemaking Line,
At No. 431-2 Spring St.,
will warrant hlmaelf to tl' a boot or shoe
on an v foot, corns and bunions r.otwith.
standing, without pain. Prices reasona
ble. Olve him a call. o2Btr
323 Market St.. I f5B WoosterSt.,
Sau Francisco. J \ New l urk.
H. NEWMARK & Co.,
Importers of ami Wliolo:-ftle
AQKICULTURAL IM PL i: M' TS,
WAGON MATERIAL, PAINTS,
OILS, etc., etc.
Nos. 9, 11 and 13
LOS ANGELES St., LOS ANGELES.
UN DISK DIRECTION Of
MISS R EGIN A MAST.
AT THE BAPTIST CHURCH,
Spring street, Los Angeles. Tho objects uf
said Institute- are:
first—To give to any person who desires
to prepare for teaching special instruction
in any branch or division of branch of
Eitato course wherein an applicant for cer
tificate may feel deficient.
Second—To Instruct Teachers in tho lat
est Normal methods of Imparting knowl
ihe Instructress is a graduate of one of
the best Eastern Normal Schools, has had
charge of tho Teachers' Department of the
iSorthwestcri. ISorinal School, Ohio, be
sides extem-ivo exp?rieucoiu every grade of
Public School work, both in California and
the East; therefore is thoroughly convers
ant with the requirements' of this State.
TERMS:—Regular course, $6 per month;
special ooorsSi $10; terms for model
class, from $3 lo fa per month, accord
ing to grade.
E?~Addres9 Miss Begins Must, Hex 386,
; Los Angeles.
REFERENCES:—J. D. Biekmll, Mem
ber Bd. Ed., Eos Angeles; Judge Liudloy
Monte Vista; W. P. McDonald, County Su.
perintsndent elect. dl-lm
For business and educational reasons,
desiring to remove inio Loi Angeled, i
" EL HOLINO FARM,"
Including residence and out*buildings
horses, mules, wagon, harness, agricul
tural Implements, etc., for ihe term of
TWO OR THREE YEARS.
The farm consists of 201 acres, on which
.11 c 40.00) if rape vines, over 2,000 orange
trees, 760 tingllsh walnut trees, 8-JO lemon
and lime trees; also a number of black
walnut, pecan, almond, dg, apricot
plum, peach, apple, pear trees, bananas,
etc; twoor three acres of alfalfa, fifty
acres vacant arable land, aud
THE WHOLE TRACT ABUNDANTLY
Attached to the residence Is a spacious
bath-room, supplying hot, col . and
shower baths. There Is also a BILLIARD
ROOM, table and appurtenances.
The farm is most eligibly situated In
the FRUIT BELT of the
San Gabriel Mission Valley
A bout eight miles east of Los Angeles
city, and near the Railroad Station ol
San uauric I Mission. 11' not leased,
I WILL SELL THE ENTIRE
On advantageous terms, to-wit: One
third cash, the balance In one, two, three
and lour years, at, 10 percent, interest per
annum Interest, payable semi-anuuu.ily.
K.J. C. KEWKN,
Nos. 10 11 Strelltz Building, Hpring St.
a. F. Bulletin and Chronicle copy. otttl
SIERRA MADRE VILLA,
A Private Hotel on tbo mega or table
lands of the Sierra Madre Mountains.
Climate unsurpassed for
Summer or Winter Residence.
Commands a charming view of valley
and mountain, overlooking the San (ia
hriel orange groves; Is four mllos from
railroad aud telegraph station; house en
tliely nsv, lighted by gas, und contains
all modern conveniences.
A School for children on the pjemtses.
For particulars addiess proprietor, I. O.
Box 1141, Los Angeles.
_TERMB— $12 to $15 per Week.
Can he found In —
AND AT —
Lowest Living Prices
AT THE POPULAR BTOM OK
LOUIS LEWI?. & CO.
Who may be suffering from the effects
>f youthful follies or Indiscretion,
will do well (o avail themselves oi
otils, the greatest boon ever laid at the
iltar of suffering humanity. on
4i'iNNEY will guarantee to forfeit
5500 for every caso ol seminal weakness
»r private disease ol' any kind or char
acter, which he undertakes and fail*,
to cure, He would therefore say to
the unfortunate sufferer who maj
read this notice that you are treading
ipon dangerous ground when yon
longer delay in seeking the pnmts.
emedy for your complaint. Yoe
nay be in tho first stage; remember
you are approaching the lu.«t. Ifyou
iro burdering upon Ihe last, and art
offeringsome or ail of its HI effects
ememberlhut if you persist in pr»»
aMUnaiion the lime muni come when
he most sklljiul pii\siciun can ren
ter yen no ssslstsnes; when the dooi
d hope will be closed against youi
vhen DO anuel ol mercy can brlngyou
eiief. In no case has the Doctor fulled
If success. Then letnoi despair work
ipon your Imagination, but avail
-ourself of the beneficial results oi
.lis treatment before your ease Is be
oud the reach of medical skill, oi
iciore grim death hurries you to a
'remainre grave. Full course of treat
nent, $25. Henc mm-ey by
inter or Express, with lull description!
it case. (J
Cull, or address, ■
l»K. A. M. NfINISET, ■
Jaull-iyr No, 11 Kearney tit., s. F ■
Lots for Sale!
—on Tim —
CHEAP FOR CASH.
West Los Angeles
Offers the best opportunity fur dellghUu]
homesteads of any that has tver hern of
fered for salo to the public.
THK WHOLE TRACT IS LKV'EL.
Onlysufflcleuly Inclined for good drainage
THE SOIL IS EXCELLENT,
A ud ol such character that It nover c-Hkes
and la neither muddy In Winter nordusty
IT HAS A DITCH OF WATER RUN*
NINO THROUGII IT.
THE MAIN STREET AND AGRICUL
TURAL PARK RAILROAD
Is completed and running thtough the en*
tire land and 1 now operated successfully
through Park Avenue, 100 feet wide, o en
ing Into the Agricultural Grounds.
A DEPOTOif THE LOS ANGELES AND
INDEPENDENCE RAILROAD IS
LOCATED ON THE GROUNDS.
This Is really the West End ol our beau
tiful city, with the benefit of FRESH,
PURE BREEZES FROM THE OCEAN,
uncontainlnated by gas or sewer effluvia.
A glanco at the elegant mansions and
fashionable residences now u.eeted and
in oourse of erection inual satisfy any pai
;<•» desiring a homo that this Is the Place
THE TERMS WILL BE MADE EASY
AND PRICES MODERATE.
M4PS WILL BE FOUND
At tho office uf tbe Farmers' Jt M
Also, at the offire of the Main Sire
and Agricultural Pars Railroad.
O. W. CHILLS anU JOHN a. DOWNEY
will give apoolf.l attention to those seek
ing Information. sept!6ll
Martha Brown, Plaintiff, vs. John Han
rabau et al., Defendants.—seventeenth
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF
an execution Issued out ot the
District Court of tho Seven
teenth Judicial District of the Slate
of California, In and for Loa Angeles
county, to me directed and delivered, on
the 3d day of October, A. D. 1877, for a
judgment rendered lv Raid Court on the
IMb day of June. A. D. 1870, In favor of
Marth.i Brown, plaintiff, and against M.
C. Piummer and J. L. I'lumnier, defend
ants, I have levied upon and sWall on
MONDAY, THE 2Gtli DAY OF
NOVEMBER, A. D. 1877,
At 12 o'clock neon, proceed to sell
at the Court House door, in the city and
county of Los Angeles, state of Califor
nia, at public auction, tn iho highest and
bert blildor, loi cash In U.S. currency and
gold coin to satlsty said Judgment ror
principal, costs, Interest and all accruing
0 r is, all ihe right, title and Interest of
defendant! M. 0* Piummer and J. L.
Piummer,or either ot them, in and to
the following deierlbod real estate, to
Being the NE H of -4cctinn 23, Township
1 south rungo 14 west s. B. M. the above
described real estate bdlns; situate lv the
county or Los Angeles, stute of Califor
Given under my hand, at Los Angeles,
this 3d day of November. A. 1). 1877.
D. W. ALKXANDER,
n3 M Sheriff.
The above sale Is hereby postponed un
til Monday tho Id day of Deoember A.
D, 1877, at 2 o'clock p. M. at the same
place. I). W. ALEX ANDEIt, Sheriff.
Dated Los Augeles, Nov. 20, 1877.
The above sale Is hereby postt oned un
til Monday, December 10.h, 1877, at same
hour and place,
D. W. ALEXANDER, Sheriff.
Dated Los Augeles, Doc. 3 1, 1877.
The above sale Is hereby postponed
until SATURDAY, tbeajd day of Decem
ber, A. D. 1877, at Ike, sams time und
D. W. ALEXANDER, Sheriff.
Dated at Los Augeles Dec. 10th, 1877.
The above aale is hereby postponed un
til Saturday the 20th day of December
A. D. 1677, at the same time and place
D. W, ALEXANDER, S erlff.
Dated at Loa An*eles, Dec. 22d, 1877,
The above aale Is hereby postponed un
til Saturday, January 818, 1878, at thesamc I
time and place.
D. W. ALEXANDER.Sheriff.
Dated Los Angeles, Dec. 29th, 1877. 1
IN THIS DISTRICT COURT OF Til X
Seventeenth Judicial District of tin
statu i»r California, in and for tlie
county (if Los Angeles.
Hamad Meyer, plalDtltr, agnlmt J.
Action brought in tho District Court of
tho Seventeenth Judicial District ol tlie
Stutouf California, lv und f,,r the county
ol Los Auiieles, und the oompiolut llled iv
anid county of Los Angeles, in tho oQo*
ol tlio Clerk ot said District Court.
Thu peoplo of lliu tstnte of California
send greeting to J, Colin, tlelenilant.
You urc hereby required to appear In an
ac ion brought agaluat you by tho above
named Planum in tlie District Court ol
the Seven teen ih Judicial District of ihe
State ol California, in and for Ihe County
ol'Los Angeles, und to answer the com
plaint Hied therein, within ten days (ex
clusive of Iho day of service) after Iho
aervlceon you ol this summons—il served
within this County; or. If served out
of this County, but in this District, within
twenty dais; otherwise within forty days
—or Judgment by default will be taken
agalnat you, according to tno prayer ot
The said action Is brought to reenvor
Judgment for the sum ol' $188 25, gold
coin, alleged to be due for goods, whits
and merchandise, suuplied to dofeulaut
by plaintiff, with mter.st thereon from
15tb JuniiHry, i 875, at the rate ol ten per
cenl. pernnnutn, und lor cuts of suit.
Reference Is hud to QOtni hunt loi par
And you Bio hereby notified that If you
lail to appear and answer the said com
plaint as above required, tbe said plaint 111
will demand lodgment against you for
said sum oi }4sB its, gold coin, wltu inter
est us above mentioned, and costs of
Ulven nnder my hand and tbe seal oi
the District Court of the seventeenth
Judicial District olihe Stale of California,
In and for Ihe county of Los Augeles,
this 12lh day ol December, in tlie year ol
our Lord one thousand eight hundred and
[Keal 17th District Court. I
A. w. KOTTS. Clerk.
By W. 11. A.KIBD, Deputy Clerk.
By virtue of an*kxaoutlon issued out of
Ihe Justice's Court, of CI Monte Town
ship, county or Los Augeles, stute of
California, dated trie 22d day of Decem
ber, 1877, in v certain action wherein isl
las Dennett us plaintiff recovered Judg
meni against A. J. Phelps, defendant on
the 22d day ol" December, 1877, 1 have lev
ied upon tho following desorlbed proper
The NW quarter of Section 18, In Town
1, south of Baugo 11 West, San Bernardino
Meridian and Base Line, in the County of
Los Angelas, state of California.
Not Ice is hereby given, that on
TUESDAY, THE 15th DAY OF
At II) o'clock A. m. of that day, at Ben
nett's Tavern, F.l Monte township, couu
ty of Los Angeles, I will sell all tlie right,
title and luterest of said A. J. Phelps lv
and to the above described property, at
Publlo Auction, for cash in gold com, to
tbe highest ai d beat, bidder, to satisiy
Bald execution and all coats.
Dated at Bl Monte, tha 21th day of De
cember, 1877. b. a. Bar* ire,
Harris Newmark, Meyer J, Nuwmaik,
Kaspar Colin und Morris A. Newmark
partners comprising the firm of 11.
Newmark * Co., Plaintiffs, vs. F. P. Y.
Temple et al,, Defendants — Seven
teenth District Court.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A
\J decree of foreclosure issued outol
the District Court of the 17lh Judicial
Dislrict of the Slate of California,in and
lor Los Angeles county, on the 21st day
oi August, A. D. 1677, iv the abovo enti
tled case, and In favor of Karris New
mark, Meyer J. Newmuik, Kaspar
Cohn and Morris A. Newmark, partners
comprising tlie firm of H. Newmark &
Co., plalniltls, und against F. P. V. Tem
ple, et al., defendants, a certified copy
whereof, duly nttested under the seal
of anid court on the 24th day
of August, A. D. 1877, and was delivered to
me on the 2;th day of August, A. D. 1877,
whereby I am commanded to sell at public
auotlon, to the highest aud best bidder
for cash iv U. S. gold coin, the following
and In said decree described real estate,
All thai certain real property lying and
being und situate in the cliy
aud county of Los Angeles,
sdute of California, bounded and
described as follows: Rounded by Main,
Spring ami Market streets, and being
that piece of property commonly known
as the "Temple Block."
Public notice Is hereby given that on
THURSDAY, THE 20th DA JT OF
SEPTEMBER, A. D. 1877,
At 12 o'clock noon,l will proceed to sell, at
the Court House door, in the city anil
jounlyot Los Angeles, State of Califor
nia, at public uuctlou to the highest and
cesl bidder for cusli In U. s. gold coin, to
latlsty said doer.-c for principal, attor*
aey's fees, costs, interest and all nccru
ng costs, all the right, title and interest
if Ihe defendant F. P. IH'. Temple. In and
to all tiie above described real estate
which theaald Temple had on tho 29th
lay ofsoptembcr, iB7S, or has since ac
Given under my hand this 28th day of
tVugust,A. li. 1877.
D. W. ALEXANDER,
au29 td Sher:ir.
Tlie above salo is hereby postponed un
il Saturday, the DOlh day of October,
\. D. 1877, at the same time and place.
D. W. ALEXANDUK, Sheriff.
Dated Los Angeles, sept. SI), 1877. Id
The above sale Is hereby post poned mi
ll Tuesday, the 20lh day of November
\. D. 1877, attliesame time and ulucc.
I). W. ALS.XANDUK, Sheriff.
Dated Los Angeles, Oct. 2Ut.li, 1877.
Tho above sac Is hereby postponed tin
II Friday Ihe 21st day of December A. D.
877, at the same time and place
D. W ALEX ANDKR. sheriff.
Dated Lofl Angeles, November 201 h 1877.
Tho above Rale is hereby postponed un
it Mond ly the 21st. day of January, A.D.
878, ut the samd time and place.
Dated Loi A^i'g A | LE D AN 2V'ls77 Sll ° ri ' r-
Tlio annual meeting of the stockbold
ra of the Los Augeles Oil Company will
M held at the efllee of the Company, In
the Commercial Bank Building, In Los
Angeles,on MONDAY, the 7th day of
January, 1878, at 1 o'clock p. M .lor the
election of I'iesiueut und Board of Di
rectors fur the ensuing year, and the
transaction of such other business as
may be brought before it.
Trunsler books will be closed on Satur
day, ihe 20th of December, 1877, ut tour
e'clock p. h.
dl7-2w WM. J. NEELY, Secretary.
All persons arc hereby cautioned and
warned not to purchase eit he:-of the fol
lowing described promissory notes, exe
cuted by me iv fay r or >. L. Bush, to
Onedaled July 25 h, 1577, forJlilOlnU
S. gold coin, with Interest at Ihe mte ol
one per cent, per month from tlie Ist .lay
ofseptemb r, 1877. due March Ist. 1878
Onedated July 251 h, 1877, lor821)01) in U.
S. gold coin, Willi Interest at the rate uf
one percent, per month from September
Ist, 1877, due two years trom date.
One dated August 2d, 1877, for SlOO In U.
S. gold coin,with Interest at one per cent,
per montn from the Ist day of September
1877; due July Htta,U7».
'iVe entire consideration for which said
notes were given having failed and said
notes having been obtained from me by
sidil Busli by means of false representa
tions, I do not Intend to pay any part of
either of tlie said notes.
sau llernardlno, Cat., Nov. 21, U77.
NEW YORK BREWERY
.Successor to Chris. Henna) Proprietor,
Tlie CLEAREST, PUREST and MOST
BRILLIANT LAGER BEER South of
Orders' for DRAUGHT or IOTTLED
hV.i.K promptly attended to.
The celebrated Beer from i his Brewery
defies competition In tbe State. mrS-tf
''Oil MALI] CHE A I',
IN A GOOD LOCATION.
Apply at tho Herald office. n2O-2m
©EC tO £77 A WEEK to agents, in
000 W Off outfit a-RBH- P . 0 °
VICKKHY, Augusta Maine. «ept2wly
In the Probate Court,
Of tho County of Los Angeles, State of
In the rn'ittcr of the estate and guardl
anshipoi William W. Bosweii, Loioi.r
I o.well and Albeit I*, Buswell, minors.
OltDEft TO SHOW CAUSE ON APPLI
CATION OKGUAHUIAN *OROUDKR
Ol- SALE OF R'JAL ESTATE.
It uppraring to this Conn Iron, tho pe
tition this any presented and tiled by
John W. Casey, tho qua dian of the per
sons aud estates of William W. Boswell,
Lort-na Boswell and Albert B. Boswell.
minors, praying tor an order of sale of
certain real estate belonging to his said
wards, th.it li is uecewsury and would be
beneficial to said wurds that such real es
tate should he sold:
It Is hereby ordered that the next of
kin of the said wards and all persons in
terested In the said estate, appear before
this Court on Tuesday, tho Bth day of Jan
uary, A. D. 1878, at 10 o'clock A. M., at th«
Court Kooin oi this Court, at the Court
House, in the city and county of Los
Angeles, Statu aforesaid, then and there
to show enuse why an order should not
be granted for the sale of such estate.
And It Is further ordered that a copy of
this order he published ut least three suc
cessive weeks before the said day ot
hearing In the Daily Los Angeles Herald,
a newspaper printed snd published iv
said county of Los Angeles.
Dated Doe. 3 1, 1877.
If. K. S. O'MELVENY,
Attest: A. W. POTTS, Clerk.
dstd Bf E. H. uwex, Deputy.
In the Probate Court,
Of the County of Lob AngeltjH,
State of California.
In the matter ot the Entate and Guard
ianship ot Maria fell vira Franclsca
WlOltotl. a minor.
ORDER TO .SHOW CAUSE ON APPLI
CATION OK GUARDIAN FOR OH.Dfc.lt
OF SALE OF KEAL ESTATE.
It appearing to this Court by the peti
tion this day presented and Hied by
Ruiael L. Uauchet, the V-ardlun of tho
person and estate mt Maria Elvira Fran
clsca Winston, a minor, praying for an
order of wale of certain reel estate belon£*»
lng tosaid wuru, thut li la necessary and
would bo beneticir.i to said ward that
such real estate should be sold:
It is heroby ordered that the next of
kin of the said ward, und ail persons In
terested in the bald estate, appear before
this Court on
MONDAY, THE 14th DAY OK
JANUAKY, A. D. 1878,
At 10 o'clock a. M., ut the Court Room
ol this Court, at the Court House, in the
city end county oi Los Angeles, then
and there to show cause why an nrdnr
should not be grunted lor the sale of such
And it Is further oidered
that v copy of this order be pub
lished at leust thtee successive weeks
neiore the said day of hearing,
In the Daily Loi Angeles Mei
ald, a newspaper prime! and published
in said couuty of i,os Angeles.
Dated Decemhoi Mh, 1&77.
H. K. O'MELVENY,
Attest: A. W POTTf*. Clerk.
tyE. 11. OWEN. Deputy. dl.!3w
Notice to Creditors.
EdTATE Ol AMMA WHITE, Doccused.
NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN IIY
tbe undersigned, Administratorof
me estate ol .iiunia While, deceased, to
the creditors of, and all persons having
claimsagains' the "Hiddeceased.toexhlb
itllum,wiLL tin- necessary vouchers.wilh
iu ten months aftei the hrst publication
of this notice, to the said Administrator,
at his offl c, iu>..m No. si, Temple Block,
in tbeelty and cjiuny of Los Angeles.
Dated Dec. Ilia, J877.
J. E. GRIFFIN,
Admlnl-ti aior of tne Estate of Am ma
White, deceased. delMw
Notice to Creditors.
ESTATE of JACOB D. WEISER,
Notice is hereby given by Ihe under
signed, administrator with the will an
nexed of the estate of Jacob
D. Weisur, deceased, to the cred
itors of uud mi persons having claims
against thes.dd deceused.toexhlbi' them,
wnli the necessary vouchers, within lour
mouths alter the first publication of this
notice, to tha said administrator at his
office. Room No 31, Temple Block, iv the
cliy and county o' I os Aug<jle.«.
Dated Dec. Llin, 1877.
J. E. GRIFFIX,
Admluis'rator with the will annexed of
the Eatute of Jacob D. W'eiser, de
Notice to Creditors.
ESTATE OF DANIEL WILLIAMS,
NOTICE is hereby given by the under
signed, ad roiu i -Irutor of the estate of
Daniel Williams,deceased,to thecrediiora
of und nil persons having claims against
tbe said deceased to exhibit them,with the
neeessury vouchers, within four months
att* r the first publication ol this notice, to
tho said administrator, at his office, No.
31 Temple Block, in ibe city of Los Angs
les. In t lie county of Los Angeles.
Dated at Los Angeles, Dec. ttth, 1877.
J. E. GRIFFIN,
Administrator of the estate of Daniel
Williams, deceased. u7 iw
IN the District Court of theSevenleeuth
Judicial District, of the Slate of Cal•
iiurnla, In and for the County of Loa Au
Harriet Leviston, Plaintiff, against
Chus. J. Shepherd. Administrator, et a'
Action brought in the District Court of
the Seventeenth Judicial District of the
State of California, in and for the County
of Los Angeles, and the Complaint tiled
in said County of Dos Angeles, in tho
office of the Cierk of said D.strict Court.
The People of the State of California
again send greeting to rim*. J. Hhep
herd, Administrator of tr.a estate of
Henry Talbot, deceased, Elizabeth Mil
ler, Henry A. Miller, Samuel J one* Tal
bot, Joslah Talbot, K. Talbot, Juekson
Talbot. Charles Talbot, Kotvena Talbot,
Carroll Talbot, Kaehel Clark, John
Clark,Maria Sanders, Joseph Sanders,
Mary J. Morgan, P. M » - ,n, Ann Kllij.
Wadkln, A. Wadkiu und Dora Talbot,
You are hereby required to appear In
an action brought against you by the
above named plaintiff in tbe District
Court or the Seventeenth Judicial District
of the State of California, in und for the
county of Los Angels*, and to answer the
complaint tiled therein, within ten days
(exclusive of tho day of service) after the
service on you of this summons—if s,erved
within this county; or, if served out of
this county, but In this District, within
twenty days; otherwise, within forty
days —or judgment by default will be
taken against you, according to tbe prayer
ol said vomplulnl.
The said action Is brought to obtain
a decree of t dscourt 'or ihe foreclosure
a certain mortgage described in the said
complaint, aud executed by the said
Henry Talbot on the third day of July,
a. D. 1875, to secure the payment of a
ce< talu promissory note of even dute
mauo by Henry Talbot to Harriet Le
viston , for $300 mi dollurs, U. S. gold com,
with in terest at ihe rue ol \% per cent,
per month, compounded monthly from
the 4th d.-iy ol July, 1876; that the prem
ises aonv eyed by mid mortgage maybe
sold, aud the proceeds applied to the pay
ment oi t he said note of 1300 00 dot is re
gold coin, with Interest as mentioned
complaint, and $60 at tor
Tees; cos ts of suit; and
that the srd i defendants aud all -
claiming by, through or
them tlt either of them.
r>e bane d and fir closed of all
tie, ciali n, lien, equity of redeu
interest iuuijio Maid roortg
Lses. and for other und lurib'
Reference |p hud tocomp
And you n. -c hereby r
Dal) o appear .-tad an
plaint as above r% SPH'
will apply to Ihe Coun
uiunded lv said comple,
(iiven under my hand and
;he District Court of the a
iudlcial District of the Rti.te of f a
n and for the county Of iff a,
13th day of December, ii th« • '
Lord, one (hou .and elgh*. '
A. W. P
By JAMKS C. KAYS, Dei
CrAKTtJM d KsoOKfl, Alton
An elejant Sir.VKR - ?
IKADsTA Lfj. Meiloan it/le,
rer, will bo ruffled at the f'ai.
100 CHANCES AT tl F
No bar bill to pay.