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<COS frttflClvjS JlCiattt.
rroicii a OlitlßCHUiiM Jurist.
"I have tried lite t'lutvi vian v. nur, aud
the result fully sustains your prediction.
It bumads a new man of ase, infused In
to nty system, new vigor and energy. 1
am no longer tremulous and debilitated
as when you last saw me, but stronger,
heartier, and with a larger capacity for
labor—mental and physical—than at any
time during tbe last five years. Sold by
Every farmer who owns a good stock ol
horses, oaUle aad sheep, uud intends to
keep them through she winter should ai
I once get a good stock 0)f Sheridan's Cav
alry Condition Powder*. One dollar's
worth will save at least a half a ton of
A Rewritable Cure.
WutTowkiind, Vt.May H, 1800.
Messrs. S.W, Fowls a Sows.
Gentlemen—Several years since I took
a severe cold, which settled on my lungs
where It remained without relaxation. 1
was then in Massachusetts, and growing
worse and becoming unable to attend to
my business, 1 returned bom* and com
menced searching In earnest for some
medloinv whioh wonld restore my lost
health. 1 consulted physicians and
tried many remedies, but obtained no
help and dally g-ew worse. 1 had a ter
rible cough and raised a good deal ol
blood. I bad profuse nigbt sweats and
severe pain in my side. 1 continued lv
this state for months,and became so weak
tbat it was with great difficulty 1 could
walk, when I was advised to try Wistak's
Balsam or Wild chxkky, and, to
my great joy I soon found tuat this rem
edy bad arrested the Oisease. I contin
ued to use the Balsam te the extent sfflve
Dottles aud have, since then experienced
no difficulty of tbs lunga. I bellsve tbe
Balsam saved mylife and I shall overbold
It la high estimation.
A Wl»n-AWA*:« youtk* Famb. —
For Judicious editing, select and populai
contributors, and sprigbly. entertaining
reading,the FeutA's Companion, of Boston
has uo superior among the youth's publi
Lvov's Kathaibok makes beautiful
luxuriant, glossy hair; prevents Its till
ing out or turning gray. It has stood tnr
test of *G years is charmingly perfumed
and has no rival.
Hsnry K. Bond, of Jefferson, Mslne.wae
cured of spitting blood, soreness and weak
ness of the stomach, by the uss of John
son's Anodyne Liniment internally.
Do It al Once!
Persons who have become thoroughly
chilled from any cause, may have their
circulation at once restored by taking In
to the stomach a teaspoonful of Johnson's
Anodyne Liniment, mixed In a little cold
water, well sweetened.
FOR WALE CHEAP,
IN A GOOD LOCATION.
Apply at tbe Herald o:Ice. » N-im
An elegant BILVER - MOUNTED
HEADSTALL. Mexican style, solid sti
ver, will ba raffled at iho Palaae Saloon.
leS CMANCHS AT tl EACH.
No bar bill ta pay. olltf
SIERRA MA URE VILLA,
A Private Hotel ou the mesa or table
lands of the Sierra Mad re Mouutains.
Climate unsurpassed for
Summer or Winter Residence.
Commands a charming view of valley
and mountain, overlooking tlio Kan Ga
briel orange groves; Is four miles from
railroad and telegraph station; house en
tirely new, lighted by gas, and contains
all modern conveniences.
A School for children on the pjemises.
For particulars addtess proprietor, P. O.
Pox 1141, Los Angeles.
I I----*' Adjt*lablo &*e-*oit Looker* arc
I \ l»« of all «Ws Ye** mm
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vtil »,„ tittaa. Hmm he seat
TtUM HiU. », aagM. ladM aaMt BraaW aai o*o*7
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m*m*m. •■ I'sioiss Omn" mm, grf«—l— n*M few B t-M
Si nil Chart, »«ta Brnmi SWSS mi* fcrSaS paWWajlaea N 8.-l
bam iMifswM mmtu ami mm Aaratar, amjt* tat* erUouj
wuwd oj aoots or Nawna-. of Asurtaao w Ptarafaei mmmt.
it S. SKY ANT. sWU S»iaM«m.lß Ww,iaMi St., <*ut*tc
EIGHTY THOUSAND AP
lam prepare.! to sell,at unprecedent
edly low figures, t-Ighty thousand apple
trees, of tha mom approved varieties.
Those who propose to set out orchards
would do wall to call and examine my
stock. lam alto prepared tusellPEAK
and other orchard trees, on favorable
term*. My ooject iv sacrificing these
trees is to retirs from the nursery busi-
G. D. COMPTON,
CUMrTON, Los Angeles Co., Cal.
1878. NEW YORK. 1878.
Aa the time approaches for the renewal of
subscriptions, the dun would remind Its
friends and well-wishers everywhere, that It
Is again a candidate for their consideration
and support. Upon itj record for the past
t«n years it relias for s contlnuince ot the
hearty sympathy and co-operation
which b*s hitherto been extended to It irom
every quarter of the Union.
Ths uady Hun Is a four page sheet of 28col
umns, price by mail, po*t paid, 66 cents a
month, or $6.6u per year.
The Hunday edition of the Sun is an olght
page hheet of 66 columns. While giving the
news of the day, it also contains a large
amountof literary and miscellaneous matter
specially prepared for it. Tbe Hunday Sun
has met with great success. Post psid fi .uu
The Weekly Sun.
Who does not know the weekly Bun? It
circulates throughout the United States, the
Ganndas, and bejond. Ninety thousand fam
ilies greet Its welcome pages weekly, and
regard it in the light of guide, counsellor ami
friend. Ita newi, editorial, agricultural and
literary departments male it essentially a
lournal for the family and the fireside.
Terms: One Dollar a year, post paid. This
pries, quality considered,makes it the cheap
eat newspaper published. Per cluba often,
with lie caHh, we will send an extra copy
no:. Ad trees.
PUBLISHER OF THE SUV,
novS-tf New fork Olty. N. Y.
FOB THRESHING MACHINES,
la the only Feeder manufactured that feeds
without moving; all the straw in a body, con
sequently giving a more regular feed than It is
possible to obtain with a draper feeder; it
I«sas the whole length of ths cylinder; it la
easily changed to teed fast or slow as desired;
aaves the labor of two mes and doss not re
quire an experienced tableman to feed it.
The separator needs no alteration with tbe
exception of tbe removal of feed board to se
cure It iv position, and doss not have to be
'--v off whon uiovui ' . It requires but lit
-un It, and has no complicated
*t out of order. Its snaeass
demonstrated. I cordially
We h'iv** nt e r ested to esJl and Judge
"»» - full partieuiars address
ber of ou
making au Btaearton, Cal.
Lots for Sale!
CHEAP FOR CASH.
West Los Angeies
Otftl lb, beat opportunity fur delightful
homesteads of auy that has ever h-eo nt-
Aired for aale to the pHbilu.
THK WHOLE TRACT 18 LEVEL.
Onlysußlcleuty Inclined forguod drainage
THE SOIL IS EXCELLENT
And oi such auurucLer that it never i-aaes
and Is neither muddy In Winter nordust}
IT HAM A DITCH OF WATER RUN
NING THROUGH IT.
THE MAIN STREET AND AUKIUUL
TCRAL PARK RAILROAD
Is completed and ruualng through the en
tire lan* and 1 new operated successfully
through Park Avenue, 100 fee! wide, o en
lag Into the AgrUultura) Grounds.
A DEPOT Of THE LOS ANOEI.KS AND
INDEPENDENCE RAILItOAD Is
LOCATED ON THE GROUNDS.
This Is really the West End of uur beau
tiful city, with the boueflt of FRESH,
PURE BREEZES KltOM THE OCEAN,
un contaminated by gas or sewer effluvia.
A glance at the el.gaat mansions and
fashionable resldeuees bow a,eetod and
in course ot creation mist satlsfyaoy par
lon desiring a home that this Is tho olace.
THE TERMS WILL BE MAM". EASY
AND PRICKS MODERATK.
MIPS WILL BE FOUND
At the offlee of Hie Farmers' Jt U
Also, al tha offlee of the Main Sire
and Agricultural Park Hallroad.
O. W. CHILDS and JOHN O. DOWNEY
will give special attention lo those seek
ing Information, septlfttl
The Steams Ranchos,
.11.1 ULL, BUBI.SSOJ, Troatee.
042 Market HI., Ban Fraaclaco, I al.
imCmft ACRES OF LAND FOR
OU) \JyJ\J sale, in lota to suit, suit
able for tho culture of Oranges, Lomoaa,
Llsaas.Flgs, Almonds, Walnuts, Peaches,
apples. Poors, Alfalfa, Corn, Kye, Barley,
Flax, Ramie, Cotteu, etc., aud also many
thousand acres of
Natural Evt.rgr.en Pattwis, Suit
able for Dairying.
tl.od water Is abundant at au average
deptk of six feat from tho surfaeo. Oa al
saoat ovary aero of this load rLOWINU
AJnrTBaIIAN WELLS oan ba obtained, and
lata mar. oloraled portions can bo lrri
gaUd by tho water of the Santa Ana river.
Moat of those lands are naturally moist
requiring oaly good cultivation to produol
THRMS—One-fourth Cash: balance la
one, two and three years, with 10 par oem
I will take pleasure In ahowing these
lands to partlea seeking land, who are
Invited to oome and aao this extensive
bract before purchasing elsewhere.
WM. R. OLDEN, Agent.
Anaheim, Los Angelas county, Dee. '24,
lIN LOTH TO !■* I' IT.
5000 Acres of the Lake
Vineyard Land and Wa
The best orange and semi-tropical fruit
land lv the .State; located In the heart of
the San Gabriel valley, and lv the midst
at the oldeet and largest vineyards and
orange groves of Lot Angeles county.
No water rates charged. The purchas
er of land from thie Association receives
not only bli land hut also a proportion
ate share of an Inexhaustible water mp
fily, the moit complete irrigation systesa
n the state, which hae cost ths Associa
tion already ever flO.MOfordltehes, pipes
and reservoirs alone. Water la front ef
every lot. Churches and sek-00l homes
oa tha tracts. The B. P. R. R. paeses
through the lands. Tbe orange orchards
and vineyards an theaa lande
and in the vicinity teit their
capability for thliouitare. The title la
perfect. Grant bargain and eale deads
given. Prices reduced te suit tha times.
A map of the Tract may be seen at the
•floe of P. Beaudry, Ne. II New Hlga
street, opposite Pico House.
All co at asan lost ions addressed to the
9eer*t»ry will receive prompt attea .lan.
F. W. WOOD, See'/.
nlStf lx>s Ai'ilH. Oal.
7c±* .... .
DAILY AND WEEKLY
The Leading Paper
Will devote IU columns to furthering the
interests of Los Angeies olty and county
and the Southern poitlon of the State. It
hi ths intension of the publisher to make
A newspaper of tht> day, complete In all
Its details, and In every department
Full and Reliable,
The Editorial Columns will discuss ull
live loulusoft he day, while the
By airsngfessenU newly effected, will be
ths fullest and most exhaustive to be
fgund In any paper of the State, not be
ing surpassed by those of the SanFraneisco
Will contain a complete resume ol local
happenings :<nd all matters ot home In
DAIL\ ■KsXALPi by mall, 1 year...31800
" " ** d months... 600
•* 11 • I months... 210
Delivered in the City at
26 CENTS PER WEEK.
Weekly 1 year .by mall |8M
" 6 months '* 1M
I ■' " - - 1 M
Payable invariably in advanoe
Joseph D. Lvich,
PUBLISH BE. A
LINES OF TRAVEL.
Qoodall, Porklas A Co Agents,
San Francisco and Los Angele?
Arrive San fl* •11 sfa
■ Francisco. " " *"
£ >n b
* Leave Sta j, ~ 1
■ Monica 3" - • * «■
Jj -i m
0 j. jr jr; jTjf, , -
Leave San • „ a
Pedro. g : ' = =S :
• ArrlveSin • •
£ Pedro. - = = = %
J2 • • w— o
CO — stllfl
.» Arrive Sta . •
§ Monica. a: ::: : -g
O f Jl T J) - J, (>J
Francisco. 2: : •: : : ■£
■ is *r oo *- a»
Both steamers step at Port Harford
(San Luis Obispo) tor passengers only,
and Santa Barbara, Santa Monica, Sau
Pedro, Anaheim and San Olego for pas
sengers and freight. The Senator stops
at San Buenaventura for passengers only.
Trains to connect with up steamers at
Santa Monica leave Los Angeles al 10:16
a.m., Los Augeles time.
Rates of Fare:
(Payable in Gold.)
Los Angeles to San Francisco, cab
1n.... 115 00
Steerage - « _ 10 (W
Los Angeles lotSantaßarbara.cabin 8 00
Steerage 8 00
Lee Angeles to Port Harford, cabin 12 00
Steerage , 9 00
Through Tickets to Portland.S
Cabin, ?28 Steerage, $13
Lift Angeles and San Diego
Senator and Orizaba
Lear. Santa Monica and San Pedro for
San Diago, Jan. 8, 11,10, 21 26, 31, Feb. 5.
Passengers take tbe train tbat leave, Los
Angeles fur San Pedro at 3.4. p. M,,
Los Angeles time.
Plana nf stcarosrs'cabin< at agent'somce,
where berths may he secured.
SAN FRANCISCO, SAN DIEGO
And Way Porta.
Freight steamers leave San Franolsco
about every ten days, carrying s'ook,
For Passage or Freight as c bore, or
tor tickets to and from
Eastern Cities and Princi
pal European Ports,
Apply to H. McLELLAN, Local
Agent, Offlee, No. 66$ Main street,
over the Commercial Bank, Los
SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD
jjjfeJtt^ffi r "sjgjj»
»tk;a ?.i v: k>..
Los Angeles, Yuma, San Diego and
Important Change of Time
On and after Monday, Kec.lTIh,lST", and
until further notice, trains win run every
day as follows:
LEAVE LOH ANGELES:
Wilmington Witta. m. 11:65 a.m.
Shu Francisco 1:15 P. M. U:4Op.M.
" Acoom'datlon 10:S5a. M. 7:30 a.m.
Yuma _ i:j» r . »• 7:00 a. h.
Wilmington S:3o •• 4:05 p.m.
Santa Ana 4:00 •• ti:I0 "
TOWARD LOS ANGELES:
Yuma 0:80 r.M. 10:15 A. «.
Santa Ana 6:M A. v. 8:60 "
WilminAton 7:45 " 9:10 «•
Wilmington _ 1:00 p.m. 2:Mp.m.
San Francisco „„.. 4:M " 1:56 "
Acoom'datloa 4:M " 11:56 a.m.
Trains run dally to Yuma, connecting
with steamers for Aubrey, Ebrenberg
and Intermediate landings on the Colo
rado about three times per month,
(sleeping cars will be run daily.
Trn'us will be run by Sau Francisco
T. H. GOODMAN,
Jau'l Pass, aud Ticket Agt.
A. TOWNE, Gen'l Sup't.
X X, HEWITT. Ass't SuD't.
LOS AN6ELES A INDEPENDENCE
C HANGE OF TIME.
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, OCT.
IMb, On, trains will run dally on
this road as follows:
8 P Arrive Leave Arrive In
Depot 3 X Depot S. Mnlca i. Mnlca
L Angl's i,. Angel's
10 A. M 10:00 A.M. li 8 A.M. 11l A.M.
M6P.M. |»:i5 P. M. IIa:JSJP.M. J4:46 P.M.
On steamer days trains will connect
with tbe P. c. Steamsblp Co.'s steamers
tor San Franclseo and sau Diego. See
•Ul' Ass't Sup't.
tan be found In
Lowest Living Prices
AT THE POPULAR STORE OF
LOUIS LEWIN « CO.
SEE to 577 A WEEK magenta. *Ie
ago l« «;/ outfit FREE P. O
vICKKKY, Augusta Maine. sept2wly
<|U. .*«.. i mm, a. knaTa, as*.
323 Market St., 1 fII Woostcr St.,
Sau Francisco. J \ New York.
H. NEWMAftK Si Co.,
Importers of and Wholesale
WAGON MATERIAL, PAINTS,
OILS, etc., etc.
Nos, 9, 11 and 13
LOS ANGELES St., LOS ANGELES.
UN DICK DIRECTION OK
MISS REG IN A MAST.
AT THE BAPTIST CHURCH,
Spring street, Los Augeles, The object* uf
said Institute are:
First—To give to any person who desires
to prepare for teaching special instruction
in rut branch or division of branch of
State course wherein an applicant for cer
tificate may feel deficient.
Mecond—To instruct Teachers in the lat
est Normal methods of itnpurting l,nowl
'lhe Instructress is a graduate of ouo of
the best Eastern Normal Schools, has bad
charge of tho Teachers' Department of tin
Northwestern Normal School, Ohio, be
sides extensive experience in every grade ot
Publio 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 course, fit); terms for model
class, from $3 to $5 per month, accord
ing to grade.
Miss Regina Hast, Box 356,
REFERENCES:—J. D. Bicknell, Mem
ber lid. Ed., Los Anueles; Judge Lindley
Monte Vista; W. P. McDonald, County Su
perintendent elect. dl lm
For business and educational reasuns,
desiring to remove inlu I .<• >. Augeles, I
" EL MOM NO FARM,"
Including residence and out-buildings
berses, mules, wagon, harness, agricul
tural Implements, etc., for the term of
TWO OU THREE YEARS.
The farm consists of '204 acres, on which
ure40,909 grape vluci, over 2,090 orunge
trees, too Kngllsh walnut trees, 6uG lenaou
and lime trees; also a number ef black
waluut, peoan, almond, flg. aprloot,
plum, peach, apple, pear trees, bananas,
etc.; twoer three acres of alt'nlfu, fifty
acres vacaaU arable land, and
THK WHOLE TRACT ABUNDANTLY
Attached to the residence In a spacious
bath-room, supplying hot, cola and
shewer baths. There is also a BILLIARD
ROOM, table and appurtenances.
Tbs farm is most eligibly situated in
the FRUIT BELT of the
Ban Gabriel Mission Valley
About eight miles east ef Los Angeles
city, and near ths Railroad Station ul
Sau Gabriel Mission. If not leased,
I WILL SELL THE ENTIRE
On advantageous terms, 10-wlt: One
third cash, the balance in one, two, three
and four years, at lo per cent, interest per
annum Interest, payable semi-annually.
K.J. C. KKWEN,
Nos. 10 & 11 Strellts Building, Spring st.
S. F. Bulletin and Chronicle copy. o2lt]
Who may be suffering from tbe c fleet*
>f youthful follies or indiscretion,
win do well to avail themselves oi
this, tha greatest boon ever laid at th..
iltar or suffering humanity. Da
si'INNKI will guarantee to forleit
1500 far every case ol seminal weaknes»
[ft private disease of any kind or char
acter, which he undertakes and fallt-
U> cure, He would therefore say te
the unfortunate sufferer who ma>
end thla notice that you are treading
ipon dangerous ground when yot
Longer delay in seeking the propei
•emedy for your complaint. Vol
nay be in the first stage; remember
you are approaching the last. If you
ire bordering upon the last, and art
<ufferlng somo or all of its 111 effeots,
ememberthat if you persist In pro>
•as tl nation the time must oome when
he most skillful physician can ren*
leryim no assistance; when thedooi
tf hope will be closed against you|
vhen no angel of mercy can bringyou
eilef. In no case has the Doctor failed
tf success. Then let not despair work
ipon your Imagination, but avail
ourself of the beneficial results oi
ils treatment before your case is be
ond the reach of medloal skill, 01
•elore grim death hurries you to s
-rem at ure grave. Pull course of treat
uent, 935. Beno money by PostoffUe
-rderor Express, with lull description
Call, or address,
l>K. A. It. ■ t»I ■ W ET,
lanll-lyr No. 11 Kearney ml., is. F
Neitzte, DeCaip & Co.,
No. 3 SPRING SVRBEI
All kind, of Funeral Work carefully
attended to by tbe oldest aud most expe
rienced professionals In the buslnesF.
Full Charge Taken of Remains.
and inlermeuls made In Catholic, City
and K.ergreen Cemeteries. M psefcuch
ay Bodies embalmed, prepared and
shipped to all pans of tho country.
The only Arm exclusively in the Under
toning business. We own our own ve
hicles and live slock. The only com
plete stock of
Wooden a Metalio Burial
Cases and Caskets,
Robes, Hardware and Mourning Drapery
and exclusive agents for the STEIN'S
PATENT CASKETS, the only flrst-olass
burial casket ever Inlroduced In tbe
Eiubriicc the Handsomest Adult Full-
Trirnmel Vehicle Made.
The Only White Hearse Here,
and tbe only appropriate vehlole for
young people ami children. Carriages
One aad rates low. Patrons shown ihe
various cemeteries free. Those requiring
suoh services will do well to call on us.
Private Boarding House,
No. 2s, cor. Third ned Hill sts.
SfITBOARD 11 if THE DAY, WEEK OR
MONTH. Terms Reasonable. OUIY
By virtue of nn execution issued out of
Justice 1 . D.Conner's Court, of Sun Jom
Township, Couniy of Los Angeles, State
of California, dated the Blst day >» De
cember, 1877, in a certain action w herein
Louis l'hiilips, exectiioi' of ibe estate of
George Blake, deeea id, recovered Judg
ment agniust the Loa Angeles Immigra
tion and Land Co-operative Association,
on the 31st day 4 f December, 1877, 1 have
levied upon the lollowlng described
property, to wit:
Ail the right, title, interest,claim and
demund of lhe Los Angeles Immigration
and Land Cooperative Association 01,
in und to those tracts of land known as
the Town of Pomona und the Pomona
tract, containing twenty .seven hundred
(11700) acres ot .And, more or less, snid
tracts of lam. i, ng a portion orthe Han
chodenan Jose, situated,lying and.being
In the county oj Los Augeles, finite of
California, aud mote piuticularly de
scribed an follows:
Commenciuk- at the southwest corner
of land belonging to David Stein, thence
runnlug easterly, following the souther
ly llueof the land belonging to the heirs
Of Ygnaclo Palonsares to the easterly
line of tiio Rancho de Han Jose; thence
southerly, following tho said easterly
line ot said laucho, to the southeasterly
corner of tlie said Pomona tract; thence
westerly, Jollowiug thu southerly line of
said Pomona tract, to tho southwesterly
corner ol said tract; thence northerly, fol
lowing the westerly lino of said tract, to
tlie place of beginning; being tho tight,
title nnd interest of said Los Angeles
Imralgration und Land Cooperative As
seclatlan held and owned by it on tlie
18th day ol December, 1877.
Motto* is hereby given that ou the
25th DAY OF JANUAKY, 1878,
At 12 o'clock M. of that day, before the
Justice office at Pomona,, county of Los
i i will sell nil tlie right, title nnd
interest of said Los Angeles Immlgrn
j <i» alii Land Co-operative Association
mat il to the abovo described pioperty,
at pu >Mc auction, for cash In gold coin,
to tha highest and bast bidder, to satisfy
si-Id execution a..d all costs.
Dated at Pomona, tha sis: day ot De
cember, 1577. D. R. LILLY,
j3-iaw-3w Constable, j
By virtue of uu execution Issued out of
Justice L. D. Conner's Court, of San Jos-
Township.county of Los Angeles, Statu
of California dated the 18th day of De
cember, 1877, in a certain ease wherein
Thomas J.Kmrlck,as plnlntlff, recovoied
Judgment aguiust the Pomona Water
Company, on the 18thdnyoi December,
1877, 1 have levied upon the following de
scribed property, to wit;
All the right, title and interest, of, In
nnd to the rights of water developed in
that portion of the sau Jose rancho
known as tho Palomares cienegns, in
Los Angeles county, :jy the Los Angeles
Immigration and Laud Co-operative As
sociation, together with the rights of all
future developments In snid
which thesald Pomona Water Company
acquired by deed from the above named
Los Angeles Immigration und Laud Co
operative Association, on or about Ihe
14th day of March, A. D. 1870, nnd all
rights in and to said cienegas and the de
velopments of water therein since subse
quently acquired, and also tbe ditches
and rights of way foi ditches constructed
nnd owned by the said Pomona Water
Company for the conveyance of the
water or waters arising and flowing tn
from and on said ulenegas and to the
town of Pomona and to tlie Pomona
tract of Los Angeles county aforesaid.
Thesald rights, title nnd Interest of, In
and to the waters and ditches above de
scribed being the sume owned and held
by tho Pomona Water Company on the
13th day of December, 1877.
Notice Is hereby given thu; on tho
23d DAY OF JANUARY, 1878,
At 12 o'clock M.of that day,in front of Jus
tice's office, Pomona, county of Los An
geles, I will sell nil the right, title and
Interest of said Pom >na Water Company
iv and to the above described property,
at public auction, lorcash In gold coin to
the highest and best bidder, to satisfy
said execution and ull costs.
Dated at Pomonu, the Hist day of De
cember, 1877. D. R. LILLY.
Martha Brown, Plaintiff* v*. John Man*
rahan et al., Defendants.—seventeenth
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OP
uu execution issued out oi the
District Court of tho Seven
teenth Judicial District of the stute
of California, iv and for Dos Angeles
couniy, to me directed a ml dollvered, on
the ;U day of October, A. D. 1877, for a
judgment rendered in satd QOUrt on the
18th day of Juno. A. D. 187(1, in favor of
Marth i Drown, plaintiff.and against M.
C. Piummer and J. D. Piummer, defend
ant*, 1 have levied upon ami sliall ou
MONDAY, IHE 20th DAY OF
NOVEMBER, A. D, 1*77,
At 1* o'clock neon, proceed to sell
at the Court House door, la tiie city and
county of Los ADKBles. State of Califor
nia, at p.ibhc auction, to ihe highest and
bcrl bidder, 101 cash in U.S. currency and
g.dd coin to satisfy said judgment lor
principal, Interest and all accruing
costs, all ths right, title and Interest of
defendants M. C. Pluimntr and J. 1,.
Piummer, or either of them. In und to
the fallowing described real estate, to
Being the NE \i of Section 2;j,Towiiship
1 south range 14 west s. li. m. tho above
described real estate being situate In the
county of Los Angeles, Slate of Califor
Given under my hand, at Dos Angeles,
this 3d day of November, A. D. 1577.
D. \V. ALKXANDKH,
The above sale is hereby postponed un
til Monday tho 3d day of DeceinborA.
D. 1877, a: 2 o'clock p.m. at the samo
place. D. W. ALEXANDER, SherltL
Dated L*OI Augeles, Nov. 20, 1877.
The above sale is hereby postponed UU*
til Monday, Dec. in ber 10-b, 1677. at same
hour aiut place.
D. \V*. ALEX ANDER. BbertfT.
D ite J Los Angeles, Dec. IJ, 1877.
The above sale la hereby postponed
uaiii s.vriiHDAY, iue3M day of Decem
ber, A. f>. hi/7, at tba, i'ltae time aud
" D. W. ALEX ANDER, Sheriff.
Dated at Los Augeles Dec. 10th, 1677.
The above sale is hereby postponed un
til Saturday the 2inh day oi December,
A. D. 18.7, at I iio same time and place,
D. W. ALEXANDER, SuerifT. I
Dated at Los Augeles, Dec. lad, 1877.
The above sale la hereby postponed un
til Saturday, January atli,lB7B, at the same
time and place.
D. W. ALEXANDER,Sheriff.
Dated L.Ol Angeles, Doc. 20th, 1877.
Ths above sale Is hereby postponed un
til Saturday, the 12th day of anuary, A.
D. 1878, at the same time and place.
D W. ALEXANDER Sheriff.
Dated Los Angeles, Jan. sth, 1878.
United States Land Office.
LO3 ANGELES. Dec. 2s, 1877.
PETER LARSEN-Slr: You are hereby
notified thav a hearing will ba had ul
this office on the oth duy or February,
1878, commencing at 10 o'olock a. v., up
on the application of the State or Cali
fornia, ex rel Mrs. J, C. Bowers, to com
plete a title under the state for the s %
NE.U Of Section 33, Township 2 S. R. 14
W.,San Bernardino Meridian, at which
time and place you will be allowed to
offer proofs and cross-examine witnesses
touching your claim to suid tract.
ALFRED JAM-S. Register.
J. W. HAVEIWTICK, Receiver.
d 29 lm
Formerly a resident of Los Angeloa, has
returued and started in tne
Boot & Shoerrtakfng Line.
At No. 431-2 Spring St.,
will warrant himself to fU a boot or shoe
en any foot, corns and bunions notwith
standing, without paiu. Prices reasona
hie. Give him a call. o2Btf
NEW YORK BREWERY
|Buoce««or to Chris. Hen.c) Proprietor.
Th. CLEAREST, PUBEST and MOHT
BRILLIANT LAGER BEER Sontn of
Ord.r. for KItAUOHT or TOTTLBI)
H-'.'-.tt promptly attended to.
The Mlekmtod r.oer from thla Brewery
il.Aa.cooai).litlon In th.Htatw. mr6-U
IN 'THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
seventeenth Judicial District of the
Slate of Culllornia, iv and for the
county of Los Angeles.
Samuel Meyer, plaintiff, against J.
Action brought in tha District. Court ot
the Seventeenth Judicial District oi the
state of Cullfornlu, In and for the county
oi Los Angelei._a.nd theoompiatuttiled in
said county or Los Angelea, In the office
ol Hie Clerk of suld District Court.
Thu peoliiu of lhe stale of California
send greeting to .1. Colin, defendant.
You are hereby required to appear In au
action brought you by tin, above
named Plaintiff m tho District Court ol
thu Seventeenth Judicial District of lhe
Statu ot California, in and for tho County
of Los Angeles, nnd to Hnswer the com
plaint Hied therein, within ten days (ex
clusive of tho day of service) after ihe
service ou you ot this summons—lf served
within this Couniy; or, if served out
of this Couuty, but lv this District, withiu
twen.y days; otherwise, within forty days
-or Judgment lay defaull will be tuken
against you, according lo tlie prayer of
Tho said action Is brought lo recover
Judgment for the sum in' }|S8 lb, gold
coin, alleged to be due for goods, wares
and merchandise, supplied to defendant
by lilnlnt.tr, with In ten st thereon from
I,'jth January, is;s, nt iiiu rate of ten per
cent, perannum, and lor costs of suit.
Reference is had to complaint foi par
Aud you arc hereby notified that if you
mil to appear and answer the said com
plaint us above required,the said |,I.in.t:r
will demand lodgment ugniust you for
said nun ol dfsB 25, gold coin, wltu Inter
est us abovo mentioned, und costs of
Given under my hand und the seal ol
tbe District Court of the Seventeenth
Judicial Dlatrlct of thu Slate ol California,
In and for the county of Los Angeles,
this 12ih day oi December, In the year ot
our Lord one thousand eight liuudred uud
[seal 17Ih District Court.]
_ , A. W. I OTTS. Clerk.
By W. 11. A.Kinu, Deputy Clerk.
By virtue ol |n execution Istued outol
the Justice's Court, of El Monte Town
ship, county of Los Angeles, state of
California, dated tne 22d day of Decem
ber, 1877, in a certain action wherein Hl
las Bonuott us plaintiff'recovered Judg
ment against A. J. Phelps, defendant on
the 22d day of December, 1877, 1 have lev
led upon the follnwliigdcsciibed proper
The NW qliartorofSecilon 18, in Town
1, south of Bun 11 West, San Ueriiardlno
Meridiuu and base Line, in the County of
Los Augeles, stuto of California.
Notice is hereby given, that on
TUESDAY, THE 15th DAY OF
At lo o'clock a. M. of that day, at Ben
nett'a I'avetn, Bl Monte township,coun
ty of Los Augeles, I will sell all the right,
title and Int-rest of said A. J. Phelps iv
at d to tbe above described property, at
Public Auction, for cash lv gold coin, to
the highest vi d l est bidder, to satisly
said execution and all eosls.
Dated at El Jloule, thu 21th dnv of De
cern uur, 1877. B. S. KRY A NT,
Han-la Newmark, Mayer J, Nntrnruk,
Kaspar Colin ami Morris A. Newmark
partners comprising the Ann of H.
Newmark & Co., pimntifls, vs. F. P. v.
Temple et al.. Deendnnts — .Seven
teenth District Court.
U'NPER AMI) BY VIItTUK OK A
decree of loreclosure Issued out of
Hie District Court of lhe 17lli Judicial
District oi tlie State of California. In and
for Los Angelea county, on tbe 2lst day
01 August, A. 1). 1877, in lhe abovo enti
tled case, and In lavor of Karris New
mark, Meyer J, Newmaik, Kaspar
Colin and Morris A. Newuisrk, purtners
comprising the tlrm ol H. NewmarK A
Co.. plalmlll's, and against F. P. F. Tem
ple, et al., defendants, a certified copy
whereof, duly attested under the seal
of said court on the 241 h day
of August, A. 1). lS77,aild was delivered to
me on the'l.thday of August, A. D. 1877,
whereby I am eonimainled to sell nt public
auction, to tin) highest and best bidder
for cash in U. H. gold coin, tho following
aud In said decree described real estate,
All lhat certain real property lying and
being and situate in the city
and couniy of Los Angeles,
stale of California, bounded and
described as follows: Bounded by Main,
.Spring and Market streels, and being
tbat piece of pioperly commonly known
as the "Temple Block."
Public notice is hereby given that on
THURSDAY, THE 30th DA VT OF
SEPTEMBER, A. D. 1877,
At 13 o'clock noon,l will proceed to sell, at
lint Court House doot, in the city and
county ol Los Angeles, State of Califor
nia, ai. public auction lo Die highest and
best bidder for cash in U. H. gold coin, to
s:it!s;y suit decree for prlnciptl, attor
ney's fees, costs, Interest aid all accru
ing soils, all tlie rigbt, title an I interest
of tbs defendant V. P. if. Temple, In and
to all the above described rent estate
which the said Temple had ou the 28lli
day of September, iS7S, or has since no
Olyen under my band this 28:h day oi
August,A. D. 18T7.
D. W. ALKXANDKH,
au29 td Hber:il".
The above sale is hereby postponed un
til Saturday, tbe 2ulh day of October,
A. D. 1877, ut tho same time and place.
U. W. ALEXANDEK, Sheriff.
Dated Los Angeles, wept. 20, 1877. td
The abovo n»le is hereby postponed un
til Tuesday, tho 201h day of November
A. I). 1877, ut thesamo time and place.
1). \V. ALKXANDKH,.Sheriff.
Dated Los Angeles, Oct. 20th, 1877.
Theabove sac is hereby postponed un
111 Friday the 21st day of December A. D.
1877, at the same lime aud place.
D. W. ALKXANDKH, sheriff.
Datod Los Angeles, November 201 li 1877.
The above sale Is hereby postponed un
til Mondsy the 21st day of January, A.D.
1878, at the samd time and place.
D. W. ALKXANDKH.Sheriff.
Dated Los Angeles Dec. 21, 1877.
Notice to Creditors.
ESTATE of JACOB D. WEI3EB,
Notice Is hereby given by tbs under
signed, administrator with the win an
nexed of the estate of Jucob
I>. Weiser, deceased, to tho cred
itors of and ull persons having claims
against thosald deceascdjoexblbli them,
with the necessary vouchers, within lour
months ailer the first publication of this
notice, to the aald administrator at his
office, ltoom No If, Temple Block, lv the
chy and county ol I os Angeles.
Dated Dec. 18iu, 1877.
J. E. GRIFFIN,
Administrator with tbe will annexed of
the Estate of Jacob D. Welser, de
litis Angeles County, Statu of
ESTATE OF DANIEL WILLI I MS,
It appeal lug to tho said Court hy the
pelltlon this day preaented anil tiled by
J. K. 1,1-llnn, administrator of the estate
of Daniel Williams, deceased, praying for
unorder of sale ot real estate, (hat It Is
necessary to sell the whole or some por
tion of iho real estate to pay the debts
outstanding aeainst tlio d ceased, and
the debts, expenses and charges of ad
It Is therefore ordered by lhe salt! Court,
thai all persons Interested in Iho est ,te
of said decensed. appear belore thesald
Probate Court on • onday, the llth day
of Foorimry, 187s, at 10 o'clock
A. M. or said day, al the court room
ot suld Probate Court, in the
city and county of Los Angeles,
to show cause why on order
should not he granted to the said Admin
istrator to soli so much ol the real estate
or the snlil decensed assball he •iccessary
And lhat a copy of Ibis older bo pub
lished ut le st lour successive weeks in
the Los Angeles Bath) Herald, v newspa
per printed and published lusald oounty,
ftgDuled January a, 1878,
ALBERT M. HTEPIIKNH.
JlOlw I'lobnle Judge.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSP
The p.ibllc are hereby notified tl
partnership of Hcbaefl'er A stenge'
loforo exlsllnc, will be dissolve,'
luai consent, ihe debls of tb
be paid by Louis J. Hlengel, •
authorized to collect all b
Los Angoies, Jan. 7, 1878
Hlgned: HENRY l-
JlMui LOUIS J
In slit) Probate Court,
Of lbs County of Los Augeles,
Slate of California.
In Itio mailer ul tlld Estate und Guard
ianship 1,1 Maria Elvira I'lulleisen
Wiusion, 11 minor.
OHDBtt TO SHOW CAUSE ON Al'Pl.l-
L'.\ I'ION OFGUAUDIAN FOR ORDER
OF SALE OF REAL ESTA'I E.
It appearing to this Court by tha Mil
lion thla day presented aud Jllecf by
ltuiucl J,. Kuuchet, tho guardian of tho
person und estate ot Marin Elvira Fran
cisco Winston, a minor, praying for au
order of sale ol certain real estate belong
ing to said ward, that It Is necessary and
would be bencflclal to said wurd thai
such reul estate should ka told:
It is hereby ordered that the uext of
kin of lhe said ward, and all persons In
teresled lv lhe suld estate, appear before
this Court ou
MONDAY, THE lttll DAY OF
JANUARY, A. D. 1878,
At li) o'clock a. xi., at tbe Court Room
ol this Court, at ihe Court House, luthe
city and county of Los Angeles, then.
and thero lo show cause why ati order
should not bo uruiied lor the sale of such
And It Is further oidertd
that a copy of this order be pub
lished nt least three successive weeks
before the snid day of hearing,
In the Daily lis Antrelee Hei
ald, v newspsper prln o l anu published
In said county of Lsea ' ugeies.
Dated Deeembei an \vn.
U.K. c. i MBLVBNY,
Attest: A. W POTT- Clerk.
Hy K. H. OWEN.D mty. dl 2 I*7
In the Prolate Court,
Of the County of Los Angelee,
Stall.' of California.
In the matter f lhe estato of Jacob Gray,
ORDER TO iHOW CAUSE WHY OR
DER OF AI.E OF READ ESTATE
SHOULD NOT HE MADE.
A. S. Gray, the Executor of tho last
will and testament of Jacob Gray, de
ceased, bavlug tiled his petition herein
duly verified, praying fur an order or
sale ol certo.n part of thereat estate of
suld accede it lor tbe purposes therein
set forlh. It Is therefore ordered hy the
said Court that all persons Interested lv
i ha estute vi said deseased appear before
1 he said I'robate Courl on Monday, Ibe
4th dan < f Fet.ru -ry, 1878, al ten o'clock
lv the forenoon of said day, at tbe Court
Room of said Probate Court,at tin Court
Douse, In the city and county of Loa
Angples, to show cause why an order
mi uld not be granted to aald executor
to sell so much uf tbe real estate of said
deceased at prlvato sale as shall be ne
ces.ar.v; and thut a oopy of Ibis order bo
published four successive weeks In the
I .-.is Angeles Dally Herald, a newspapei
publlsbed uud printed In said oounty.
Dated Jan ith, 1878.
ALBERT M. STEPHENS.
Jtltd Probate Judge.
IN the District Court of the Seventeenth
Judicial District, of the state of Cal
llurnlu, iv aud fur the County of Loa Au
Harriet Lrvlston, Plaintiff, agalast
i has. J. shepherd. Administrator, at a.'.
Action brought In tho District Court ol
tbe Seventeenth Judicial Dlatrlct of tbe
State of California, in and for the Ci.unty
ol Los Angeles, and the Complaint filed
In said Couniy of Los Angeles, In rbe
office of the Clerk of suld District Court.
The People ol the State of California
agnln send greeting to Cha*. J. Hbep
herd, Administrator of tin estate or
Henry Talbot, deceased. Elizabeth Mil
ler, Henry A. Miller, Samuel Jonea Tal
bot Joslab Talbot, R. Talbot, Jackson
Talbot, Charles Talbot, llowena Talbot,
Carroll Talbot, Raobel Clark, John
Clark, Maria Sanders, Joseph Sanders,
Mar> J Morgan, P. Mo'gan, Attn tenia
Wadktn, A. Wadkln and Dora Talbot,
You .ire hereby required to appear In
an action brought against you by the
above named plaintiff In tlio District
Courtof thu Seventeenth Judicial District
of ihe statu of California, In and for Ihe
county of Los Angeles, and to answer the
complaint Hied therein, within ten days
(exclusive of the day of service) after the
service on you of this summons—if served
withiu this county; or, if served out of
this couniy, but In this District, within
twenty days; otherwise, withiu tony
days —or judgment by default will bo
taken against you, accordlnglo tbe prayer
of said complulul.
The said action is brought to obtain
a decree of tils court for Hie loreclosuro
a certain mortgage described in thesald
complaint, and executed by tha said
Henry Talbot on tbe third day of July,
A. D. 1875, lo secure the payment of a
certain promissory note of even date
made hy Henry Talbot to Harriet Lc
vlston.for two »0 dollars, U. S. gold coin,
with Interest at ihe rata of l\ par cent,
per month, compounded oontbly from
i he 4 n day vi July.l»7»; that tha prem
ises aonveyed by said mortgage maybe
sold, aud the proceeds applied to tha pay
ment ol the said note of $300 at) dollars,
gold coin, with interest as mentioned In
complaint, and ISO attorney'a
fees; costs of suit; and also
that the said defendants and all persons
claiming by, through or under
them or either of thaw, may
be barred and foreclose,. of all right, ti
tle, claim, lien, equity of redemption and
interesi In and to said mortgaged prem
ises, and for other uud lurihar relief.
Reference Is bad to complaint for partic
Aud you are hereby notified that If you
fail o uppoarand answer the aald com
plaint aa above required, thesald plaintiff
will apply tolheCuurt ror tha relief de
manded In said complaint.
Given under ray bund and tho seal of
the District Court of the Seventeenth
Judicial District of the State of Ca Ifornla,
In und fur the couuty of I os Angelea, this
13th day of December. In the year of our
Lord, one thousand eight hundred and
A. W. POTTS, Clerk.
By JAM V.ti C. 1C AYS, Deputy Clerk.
Trantum & Umook*. Atlorneys far Plain
tiffs. d2B 2m
Notice to Creditors.
K9TATK OF AMMA WHITE, Deceased.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY
the undersigned, Administrator of
tne estate nt Amma White, deceaaed, to
the creditors of, aud all ptrsoLS having
claims against tha utd deceaaed,to exhib
it thi m,witli the neceeaary vouchera.wlth
ln ten mon hs aftei the nrat publication
of Ihls notice to the aald Administrator,
at his offlee. Ko< ra No. 81, Tempi* Blook,
in the city and oounty of Los Angeles.
Dated Deo. lSlh, 1877.
J. E. GRIFFIN,
Administrator of the Estate of Amma
White, deceased. datvs'w
Los Augeles Oil Company.
Location of Principal Place of Business,
lx»s Angeles, allfornla—l*ooatlon of
Works, Ventura County, California.
Notice Is hereby given Ih it at a moet-
Ingofthe Directors ol this company held
on tbe 3J day of January, 1871, an as
sessment ( No. 2 ) of twenty - five
cents be» share was levied upon the cap
ital stockol tbe company, payable Im
mediately, In U. 8. gold ccin, io the Sec
retary, at room No. 16, Downey Blook.
Any slock upon which this assess
mout remains unpaid ou the 16th
of Fsb uury. 187s, will be delin
quent and advertised for sale at public
auction; and unless payment Is made be
fore will bo suld on ihe 16th day of
March, 1878, to pay tae delinquent as
sessment, togolher with costs of advertis
ing and expenses of sale.
Hy order oi tbe Board ofDlrectois.
WM. J. MBKLY, secretary,
No. 16 Downey Block.
I.os Angeles, Jan. 7tb, IS7B. J8 4w
AU persons aro .hereby cautioned and
warnei not to purchase either ol the fol
lowing described promissory notes, sxe
cured by me lv fay :r of A. D. Bush, to
unednled July 55 h, 1877, fori**) In U.
H. gold coir h Interest at the rate or
one per c- -etn from tbe Ist day
of-"' --set. |,t. !g7|.
2 OOU lv U.
the rale of
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