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The ... Return to St. Petersburg.
Punctually at 10 o'clock tbls
morning, as had been announced,
tbe Emperor arrived al the station
of the Warsaw railway, which was
profusely decorated with Hags aud
flowers for the occasion. Several
members of the Imperial family,
together with the Court dignitaries,
the ministers, imperial aides-de
camp, ladies of tbe court aud mem
bers of the Council of the Empire,
had already assembled on the plat
As soon as His Majesty stepped
out of the carriage he was received
with a hearty cheer, and found the
way strewn with costly tiowers. Iv
the apartments reserved for the
Imperial family, a deputation from
the St. Petersburg merchants was
waiting with tbe customary bread
and salt. All along the route from
the station to tho palace—a dis
tance of nearly three miles—the
houses were decorated with flags,
red cloth and Persian oarpets.
There was only a single line of
troops, but there was no difficulty
in keeping the way clear, for the
streets are very wide, and tbe cou
course of spectators was not very
great. As soon as tbe natioual
antnem was heard the crowd spon
taneously moved back and left a
The Emperor drove iv an open
aledge drawn by two horses,
and accompanied by ofheers of the
s lite on horseback. By his side sat
his son, the young Grand Duke
Sergius. For some of the common
people in the crowd this was a dis
appointment, for they expected
tbat seat to be occupied by the
captive Osman Pasha. Arrived at
the Kazan Cathedral, on tbe Nev
skl Prospsot, tbe imperial party en
tered tbe building for a few min
utes and then drove rapidly to the
■Winter Palace. The whole cere
mony, if ceremony it could be call
ed, was over before 11 o'clock. For
several hours afterward a consider
able crowd remained before the
palace in the hope that tbe Czar
might appear on the balcony, but
tbeir hopes were disappointed.
In tbe eveniug the rejoicings re
commenced. The principal streets
were illuminated with gaslight
stars, electric light and other inge
nious devices. In many of the
houses candles were placed iv the
windows; the facades of the thea
* tres were lit up by long lines of gas
jets representing the principal lines
of the architecture, und the front
of the bazaars, or Qostiny Dvor, as
they are called, were illuminated
by innumerable festoons of many
colored lamps. Now tbe Nevski
Prospect was lit up by the pale
glare of the electric light in tbe ad
miralty tower, and now the great,
high, massive houses wbicb line
p that magnificent thoroughfare
glowed in the rich crimson of Ben
gal lights. The broad wooden
pavement was crowded with inter
minable lines of carriages and
sledges, aud on tbe trottoirs moved
along an endless stream of merry
sight-seers. As there was a little
snow on the ground the vehicles
moved noiselessly past, but often
tbe silence was broken by hurrahs
and musical attempts more noisy
In front of the Hotel de Ville
wns a great crimson canopy with a
brilliantly illuminated bust of tbe
Emperor, and the crowd, as it
swayed past, set up au increasing
hurrah. Like all illuminations of
the kind it had something of the
atrical effect, but it was at least
theatrical effect on a gigantic scale,
and in the long, wild cheers there
must have been at least a consider
able amount of feeling of some
kind.— St. Petersrwrg Corr, Lon
don Times, Dev. 10th.
Pictures of Mormon Life.
Auu Eliza Young was recently in
Utica, and while there was iuter
viewed by an Observer reporter,
who drew from her the following
hair-raising narratives: I recall
the case of Mrs. Mcßae, wife of
Bishop Mcßrte, a prominent and
distinguished member of the
church. Shu objected with unre
lenting obstinacy to the bishop's
proposals to enlarge his family to
. -the extent of a second wife. The
bishop prayed, and the bishop
pleaded, anil thb bishop went down
upon his knees, but Mrs. Mcßae
declared thut there should be no
more wives in that house. Her
ears were deaf to polygamic ser
mons. She did not mind the hints
shot at her from the pulpit. She
had secured a husband aud a pishop
and she proposed to keep him un
divided and aloue; aud so, with a
glance in the dirtctlou of mop
stick or broom-handle, and a quiet
but eloquent tucking up of her
sleeves, she frustrated the yearn
ing bishop's desire to build up bis
kingdom. In time, however, un
known to Mrs. Mcßae, the blihop
contracted a celestial marriage,
which his \yife hy-and-by suspected
and she promptly begun to look
around for her rival,
She soon found the ohjeot of her
starch, aud creeping up to the win
dow one night, she caught her
bishop, her own husband and bish
op, grinding and chatting with his
What a situation ! A wife in the
darkness, aud storm outside, watch
iug her husband, aud another
wife; in the cosy comfort of
a cosy home, billing and cooing,
aud lavishing on each other
the most ardeut manifestations of
affection. Tho outside wife gather
ed an apronful of brick
bats, and with an arm strength
ened by indignation and rage, she
hurled them through sash and
glass, straight at the smiling bish
op aud his surreptitious spouse,
crushing lamps about their curs,
turning their amorous whis
perings to yells or terror,
aud raising bumps on the bishop's
head unknown te phrenology. Few
short, and stolen were the bishop's
interviews with his celestial, after
that. The jealous pistol was sure
to be heard snapping at their win
dow, or the careless brickbat mean
dering about their ears
at every tete-a tete aud
the the celestial finally gave up the
bishop entirely rather than ba a
target for Mrs. Mcltea's revolver
and masonry. The muscular first
But,continued Mrs. Young. Alice,
the daughter of Brlgham Young, j
was a woman of different calibre.
I remember her as a sli/ht, fair- '
haired, blue-eyed girl. rjha be- '
came the wife of Hiram B. Craw
son. Her trial of polygamy was
brief. Its bitterness and brutality
soon vanquished her hope and am
bition, and they found her one
morning lying dead on her bed iv
Ibe pitying sunshine, with the fatal
phial In her fingers, and eternal
peace and rest on ber face.
A Mexican Prince-Young Iturbide
in New Orleans
Among the passengers of the
steamship Jamaica, which sailed
yesterday for Liverpool, was His
Imperial Highness Prince Iturblde,
of Mexico, the grandson of tbe
Emperor Iturblde and the adopted
sou of tbe Emperor Maxiinlliau.
He arrived In this city a few days
ago, aud the object of his visit to
England is to become a student at
the Woolwich Military Academy.
He is a bright, intelligent young
man, of about fifteen years of age,
speaks good Euglish, and iv ap
pearance as well as speech does uot
betray the fact that he is of Mexi
can blood, having none of tbe char
acteristics of tbe Mexican race,
which is in a measure accounted for
by the tact that his mother was a:i
American lady, a resident of Phila
delphia. Iv appearance he is of
ordinary stature, bas red hair and
light eyes, Is seemingly uncon
scious of any dignity rising from
"blue blood" and patrician origin,
and occupied the table with tho of
ficers of the ship, and seemed well
versed not only in matters con
cerning the vessel, but in the
knowledge of Ihe world at large.
He was unaccompanied, aud seam
ed perfectly able to take care of
himself. His military education is
probably an advance step to his en
tering the English army.— New Or
leans Times, Jan. \lth.
Osman Pasha at Bucharest.—
Osman Pasha arrived here this eve
nine. He occupies a suite of three
rooms ou the first floor of the
Grand Hotel Broft. He is accom
panied by his surgeon, who acts as
interpreter, since Osman speaks
nothing hut Turkish. He has also
several Ottoman attendants, he
side the Bussian staff officer who
has charge of tbe capitive hero. A
guard of honor paces up and down
the corridor opening on Osman's
apartments. No demonstrations
were made ou the arrival of the
party in Bucharest. The hour and
minute of Osinau's arrival here
bad beeu mentioued so often dur
ing tbe past week that people had
ceased to credit the many an
nouncements, aud, therefore, the
general public knew nothing of tbe
arrivaluntil tbedistinguished guest
was quietly ensconced iv bis apart
ments, When Osman reached the
landing of the hotel a little Rou
manian girl stepped forward and
presented him with a beautiful
bouquet of flowers. The tiny donor
was lifted up hy the physician of
the Marshal, aud the defender of
Plevna bestowed a hearty kiss upon
tbe lips of tbe little lady. Osman
appeared greatly touched by this
incident. — London Times'* Bucha
rest Corr. Dec. '26th
Frightgful Fail of a Miner.
Virginia City, Jan. 19.—About
3:30 o'clock tbls afternoon Ihe cage
of the south compartment of tbe
Savage shaft slipped the sheaves
witli four miners on. Three of
them hung to tbe cage, but T. Little
fell off aud dropped headlong dnwu
the shaft 1300 feet. He was liter
ally dashed tc nieces, and his re
mains were brought up in a box.
He leaves a wife ant! nine children.
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Martha Brown, Plaintiff, vs. John linn
rahau et al., IJefundauts.—sovcuteeuth
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF
an execution issued out ol tho
District Court of the seven
teenth Judiciul District of the Statu
of Callferuia, ln uud for Los Angeles
couuty, to me directed and delivered, on
the 3d day of October, A. D. 1877, for a
Judgment rendered in said Court on the
13th day of June, A. D. IX7II, In favor of
Martha Brown, plaintiff, and ugalust M.
C. Plummet and J. L. l'lumuier. defend
ants, 1 have levied upou ami shall on
MONDAY, THE 26th DAY OK
NOVEMBER, A. D. 1577,
At U o'clock neon, proceed lo sell
at the Court Mouse door, In the rlly aud
county of Los Argeles, Mtate of Califor
nia, at public auction, to the highest and
bert bldder,*tot cash lv U.S. currency and
gold coin to satisly sahl Judgment for
principal, costs. Interest aud allaccrulng
costs, alt the right, 11110 and interest of
defendants M. 0. rluminer and J. L,
Pliunmer, or cllhcr of them, In und to
the following described reel estate, to
Being the NX '« of .section 'il.Township
1 south range 14 west 8. li. M. the above
described real estate being situate in the
county ol Los Antreles, stale of Califor
(liven under mv baud, at Los Augeles,
this Hd day of November. A. l>. 1»77.
D. W. ALEXANDER,
n3 ti isberlff.
The above sale is hereby postponed un
til Mouday tho 3d day of December A.
D. 1*77, at 2 o'clock i". M. at the same
plaoe. D. W. ALEXANDER, Bberlff.
Dated Los Augeles, Nov. 211, 1877.
The above sale Is hereby postponed uu
tll Monday, December lUih, 1577, at same
hour aud place.
D. W. ALEXANDER, Sheriff.
Dated Los Augeles, Doc. 31, 1877.
The above sale Is hereby postponed
until SATURDAY, the2M day of Decem
ber. A. D. 1577, at tba Mate .time und
D. W. ALEXANDER, .Sheriff.
Dated at Los Augeles Dec. 10th, 1677.
The above sale is hereby postponed un
til Saturday the 29th day of December,
A. D. 1877, at the same time and place.
D. W. ALEXANDER. Bberlff.
Dated at Los Angeles, Dec. 22d, 1877.
The above salo Is hereby postponed un
til Saturday, Jauuary Mb, 1878, at the same
time and place.
D. W. ALEXANDER.BberIff,
Dated Los Angeles, Dec. 29th, 1877.
Tho above sale Is hereby postponed un
til Saturday, tho 12th day of January, A.
D 1873, at Ihcsanie lime anil place.
D. \V. ALEXANDER.BberIff.
Dated Los Angeles, Jan. sth, 1878.
The above sale postponed un
til ■atarday, tbs lllth day of January, 18.8,
at tho same time and place.
1". W. ALEXANDER, Sheriff.
Dated Los Angeles, Jan. 12th, 1978.
The above sale Is hereby postponed in-
Ul Saturday, the 2d day of February, A.
D. 1878, at Ibe same time and place.
D. W. ALEXANDER, Sheriff.
Dated Los Angeles, Jan. 111, 1878.
Harris Newmark, Meyer J. Newmark,
KasparCohu and Morris A. Newmark
Sarin ers comprising the Arm of H.
ewmark A Co., Plaintiffs, vs. F. P. F.
Temple et al., Defendants — Seven
teenth District Court.
U r NDEF. AND BY VIRTUE OF A
decree of foreclosure issued out of
the District Court of the 17th Judicial
District of the State of California, in aud
for Los Angeles county, on the 21st day
ot August, A. D. 1877, in tho above enti
tled case, aud lv favor of Harris New
mark, Meyer J. Newmnik, KaHp**r
Culm and Morris A. Newmark, partners
comprising the firm ot li. Newmurk A
Co., plaintiffs, aud against F. P. F. Tem
ple, et al., defendants, a certified copy
whereof, duly attested under the seal
of said court on the 2ith day
of August, A. D. 1877, and was delivered to
me on the 27th day of August, A. D. 1877,
whereby lam commanded to sell at public
auction, to the highest and best bidder
for cash in U. S. gold coin, the following
and ln said decree described real estate,
All that certain real property lying and
belug and situate lv the city
and county of Los Angeles,
state of California, bounded and
described as follows: Bounded by Main,
Spring and 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 V OF
SEPTEMBER, A. D. 1877,
At 12 o'clock noon,l will proceed to sell, ut
the Court House door, in the city aud
county of Los Augeles, State of Califor
nia, at public auctlou to the highest und
best bidder, for cash ln U. 8. gold coin, to
satisfy said decree for principal, attor
ney's fees, costs, interest and all accru
ing costs, all tho right, title and interest
of the defendant F, P. F. Temple, iv aud
to all the above described real estate
which the said Temple had on the 2Bih
day of September, 1875, or has since ac
Given under mv haud this 28th duy ol
August, A. D. 1877.
D. W. ALEXANDER,
au29 td Hbtfr.it'.
The above sale is hereby postponed un
til Saturday, the 201h day of October,
A. D. 1877, at tho same time and place.
D. W. ALEXANDER, Sheriff.
Dated Los Angeles, Sept. 2(1, 1877. td
The above sale is hereby postponed un
til Tuesday, the 20th day of November
A. D. 1877, at the same tl me and place.
D. W. ALEXANDER, Sheriff.
Dated Los Angeles, Oct. 20th, 1877.
The above sale is hereby postponed un
til Friday the 21st day of December A. D.
1877, ut the same time and place.
D. W.ALEXANDER, Sheriff.
Dated Los Augeles, Noyomber 20th 1877.
a ,The above sale Is horeby postponed un
til Mouday the 21st day of January, A.D.
1878, at the saaid time and place.
D. W. ALEXANDER, Sheriff.
Dated Los Angeles Dec. 21, 1877.
The abovo sale is hereby pestponed un
til Thursday the 21st day of February, A.
D. 1878, at the same time and place.
D. W. ALEXANDER Sheriff.
Dated Los Augeles, Jan. 21,1878. _
All persons uro hereby cautioned and
warned not to purchase either of ths fol
lowing described promissory notes, exe
cuted by me lv favor of A. L. Bush, to
Onedaled July Sfith, 18T7, for 1400 In U.
S. t;olil coin ,wn h luterest at the rate ol
one per ceut. per muntn from the Ist day
of September, 1877, due March Ist, 1878.
Onedated Jul/KM), 1877, for M 000 In U.
S. gold coin, with interest ut the rale ol
one percent, per mouth from September
Ist, 1877, due two years from date.
One dated Aueusi 2d, 1677, for IIDG In U.
S. gold coin,with interest at one per cent,
per month from the Ist day of-September,
1877; due July Wth.lsTO.
Tue entire consideration for which said
notes were given having failed and suid
notes having been obtutued irom me by
said Bubli by means of false ruprenentu
tion«, I do not Intend to pay any part of
either of the said notes.
CORNKLItIH II OO ARTY.
San Ileruardlno, Cal., Nov.il, 1»77.
United States Land Office,
MHI ANUBLE4, Dee. 2i, 1877.
PETEK LAKsUN- -Sir: You aro hereby
notified that, a hearing will be had ut
this office ou the (Rh day of Kubruary,
1878, commencing at 10 o'clock a. m . up
on the applicaMou of the Stale of Cali
fornia,ex ret Mrs.J, C. Dowers, to < om
plete alitle under the State for the S. %
KB. M or Section 3tJ, Township 2 S. It. li
W.,San Bernardino Meridian, at which
time and place you will be allowed to
offer proofs and cross-examine witnesses
touchlDg your claim tosatd tract.
J. \V. HAVKHSTICK, Ueceiver.
Has received ashipmcut of If. dr If. W.
OATH KM.WOOD'S P II I hAOK I,PHIA
ROIJKBON WHIBKY Iroui their „ e ..|,1.
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RE 8T A U R A NT~
Address K. s., Herald office. JlCIf
By virtue of an execution issued out of
Justice 1 . D.Couner's Court, uf Han Jose
Township, County of jLos a ngeles, State
of California, dated tho 81st day uJ De
cember, 1877, In n certain m*! !<>n wlirruln
Louis Phillips, cxecuior of th tie* tabs of
<J«orge Blake, ud, reoovered j'ldg
tueut agaiust tl*u 1.1 i.i AiigeleH Intntlgra*
ticnauil Land Co-nper.'tivti Association,
ou the %\%\ day nl December, LN77, I have
levied upon thu lUlloWlbg described
property, to wit:
All thu right, title, interest, claim antl
deuiand of ibe Los Angeles Immigration
aud Laud Cooperative Association 01,
in und to those tracts of land known as
tbe Town of Pomona and the Pomona
tract,containing tweuty-seven hundred
(.1700) acres of land, more or loss, Haid
tracts of land being a portion ofthe Kun
cho de san Juse, situated,lying aud.bolng
iv the couuty of Los Angeles, State of
CaMfornia, aud moiu parlicularly de
scribed as follow*;:
CommeuolUkT at the southwest eoruer
of land belonging to David Stein, thenco
runniug easterly, following the souther
ly II neof the land belonging to the heirs
of Vguaclo Palmaare-i, to the easterly
line ofthe Kaneho de Sun iheiice
soulhcrly, following the said easterly
lino of said raueho, to the southeasterly
corner of thesald I'omona tract; thonee
westerly, following the southerly lino of
said Pomona tract, to the southwesterly
coiner ol said tract; thence northerly, fol
lowing the westerly line of said tract, to
tho place of beginning; being thu right,
title and interest of said Los Angelos
Immigration and Land Co-operative As
soelatlan held and owned by it on the
Ittil day or December, 1877.
-Notice is horeby giveu that ou the
25th DAY OK JANUARY, 1878,
At 19 o'clock M. of that day, before the
Justice office at Pomona, couuty Of Los
Augeles, i will sellall (ho right, title aud
Interest of said Los Angelos immigra
tion aud Land Co-operativo Associat ion
In and *o the above described property,
at public auction, for cash in gold coin,
to the highest and best bidder, to sat Isfy
said execution and hII costs.
Dated ut Pomona, the lift day of De
cember, 1877. D* K. LILLY,
By virtue of an execution issued out of
Justice L. D. Conner's Court, or elan Jos i
Township,county ot Los Angeles, state
of CallforniH,dated the 18lh day of De
cemher, 1877, lv a certain oase wherein
Thomas J.Kiuriek,.is plaintiff, recovered
Judgment ugulnst the Pomona Water
Company, on the 18th day ot December,
1877, 1 have levied upou the following de
scribed property, to wit;
All the right, titlo aud Interest, of, In
and to tbe rights of water developed in
that portion of the Wan Jose raneho
known as tho Palomares Clenegas, ln
Los Angeles county, by the Los Augeles
Immigration and Laud Co-operative As
sociation, together with tho rights of all
future developments in Bald clenegas
which the Bald Pomona Water Company
acquired by deed from the abovo named
Los Augeles Immigration and Land Co
operative Association, ou or about the
llth day of March, A.D. 187(1, and all
rights in aud to said clcuegas aud the de
velopments of water therein since subse
quently acquired, and also the ditches
aud rights of way for ditches constructed
and owned by tho said Pomona Water
Company for the conveyauce of the
water or waters arising and flowing in
from and on said clenegas and to tho
town of Pomona and to the Pomona
tractof Los Angeles county aforesalu.
The said rights, title and Interest of, in
aud to the waters and ditches above de
scribed being the same owned aud held
by the Pomona Water Company on the
13th day of December, 1877.
Notico is hereby given that on the
23d" DAY OF JANUARY, 1878,
At I2o'clock si .of that day.lv front of Jus
tice's office, Pomona, county of Los Au*
geles, I will sell all the right, title and
luterest of said Pomona Water Company
in and to the above described property,
at public auction, for cash iv gold coin to
the highest and best bidder, to satisfy
said execution aud all costs.
Dated at Pomoua, tbe Silt day of De
cember, 1877. D. it. LILLY.
Notice of Guardian's Sale
of Real Estate.
Notice Is hereby given that lv pursu
ance of an order of the Probate Court of
t he county of Los Angeles, state of Cali
fornia, mudu on the BMi day of January,
1878, in the matter of the estato and guar
dianship of William W. Boswell, Loreua
Boswell und Albert B. Boswell, minors,
tho undersigned, Lhe guardian of the per
sons and estates of said minors, will sell
at private sale, to the highest bidder, for
cash lv gold coin of the United stales,
and subject to confirmation by said Pro
bate Court, on or after
SATURDAY', THE 2J DAY OF
FEBRUARY, a. D. 1878,
All f lie right, title, interest and estate of
the "aid miu«rs in and to all that certain
lot, p'ece and parcel of land situated
ln tho said county of Los Angt-tes. State
of California, particularly described as
follows, to wit:
The southeast quarter of tho uorthwost
quarter of the northwest quarter of sec
tion numbered sixteen (hj) in towuship
No. four (A) south, range feu (10) west of
the Sau Bernardino Meridian,containing
ton acres,more or less.i eserving therefrom
for roads a strip of land 2J feet wide on
the east line of said lot.
Term* uud ' rendition* nf Sale—Cash in
gold coin of the United States. Deed ut
expense of purchaser.
Bids or offers uauy be made at auy
time after the first publication of this
notice, and before the making of the
All bids or offers must be lv writing,
aud lelt at the office of Them Ross, At
torneys at Law, Temple lilacs, Do* An
geles city, or delivered to the undersigned
personally, or tiled In the office of lhe
Clerk of the Probate C'eurt.
JOHN W. CASEY,
Guardian of the persous and us'at us ot
Wm W. Boswell, Lorena Boswell and
Albeit 11 80-well, minors.
Dated January 16, IfM.
THOM * RO.SS,
|lU!d Attorneys for (.Juardlan.
H U JUL Al OINK
IN tha plslrlet Court, of the soveuteeth
Judicial Dlstu. I or the state of Cali
fornia, lv uud mr tne county of Los Au
Kiunk I*. Weeks. Plain till', E.
U. Barrett. Defendant..
Action brought in the Distriot
Court Of the 17th Judicial District of the
State of California, ln and for the Cmmlv
of Los Augeles, and the Complaint filed
lv said county of Los Angeles, In the oil lee
of the Clerk of said District Court,
The people of the State of California
scud greeting to E. H. Barrett, defendant.
You are hereby required to appear in
an action brought against you by the
above named plaintiff ln the District
Court of thu .Seventeenth Judicial District
of the State of California, iv and for the
county of Los Angeles, aud to answer
the complaint tiled therein, within teu
days (exclusive of the day of service)
aiiert he service on you of this summons
—if served wlthlu this county; or. If served
out of this county, but ln this district,
within twenty days ; otherwise, within
forty days—or Judgment by default will
be taken against you, according lo the
prayer of suid complaint,
Tho said actiou Is brought toobtaiu a
decree of thla Court for the foreclosure of
acertaln mortgage described In the said
oomplalnt, and executed by tho said de
fendant K. H. Barrett to W. H. Simmons
on tbe twenty-first day of March, A. D.
1876, to ieoure the payunent of five hun
dred und tilt cm n (sols 00) dallars lv U. S.
gold coin, which said mortgage was on
the 17th day of September, A. D. 1677, du
ly assigned to said pluiutltr, Frank P.
Weeks, by said W. H. Simmons, tbat the
premises conveyed by said mortgage
may be sold, and the proceeds applied to
the paymeal of said sum of five huadred
and fifteen (S51&) dollars, gold oolh of tbe
United Slates, wilh interest thereon ac
cording to the terms and tenor of the
promissory note mentioned in complaint
aud for 20 per cent, on the prftclpal sum
mentioned in said promissory note, for
attorney's fees provided for in said mort
gage and costs of i ult, and ln caio sueb
proceeds are not sufficient to pay the
sunie.tbon toobtaiu un execution against
said delendant [■:. if. Barrett, for the bal
ance remaining due, '-.ml also that the
said defendant and ull person v claiming
by.through or under him may be barred
and foreclosed of ull right, title, claim,
lieu, equity of redemption, and In
terest in and to suid raoittaged premis
es, and for other aud further relief. Re
ference la had to complaint for particu
And you are hereby notified that If yen
fail to appear aud auswer the said com
plaint as above required, the said plain
tiffs will apply to the court for lhe relief
demanded iv ihe said comolalnt.
Given under my hand aud the seal ot
the District Court of the Seventeenth
Judicial Distrletof the State of California,
ln and for the oounty of Los Angeles
this 7th day of January/in the year of our
Lord, one thousand eight hundred and
[Seal.] A. W. POTTS. Clerk.
By JAM km C. KAYS, Deputy Clerk.
C. M. FOBTBR, Plaintiff's Attorney.
IN THE DIMTKICT COURT lOF THK
Seventeenth Judiciul District of ihe
State of California, lv uud for the
euunly of Los Angeles.
ttumuel Meyer, plalutin", aguluht J.
Action brought In Urn Dlstrlel Court or
the .Seveutecutli Judicial District Ol (he
State ofCuliforiilM, iii und for the county
Of Lv Angeles, uud the complaint Died in
said oounty of Lot AiikWvm, In the office
ol the Clerk ol said District Court.
The people of the Stuto of Califoruia
send greet ing lv J. Cohn, delendant.
You ure hereby required to appear in an
action brought against you by the above
named Plaintiff in the District Court ol
the Seventeenth Judicial District of the
Statu of California, in and for the County
of lx>s Angeles, und to answer tho com
plaint filed therein, within teu days (ex
clusive of the day of service) after the
service on you of this summous —If served
within this County; or, If served out
of this County, but In this District, within
tweuty days; otherwise, within forty days
—or Judgment by default will be taken
against you, according to the prayer of
Tho said actiou Is brought lo recover
judgment for the sum or $lKS2s,gold
coin, alleged to be due for goodjf, wares
and merchandise, supplied to defendant
by plaintiff', with iuterest thereon from
10th January, IS?S, at the rate of ten per
ceut. per annum, and for costs of suit.
Reference is hud to complaint fol par
Aud you are hereby notified that if you
(ail to appear and answer the Raid com
plaint as above required, the said plaint 111
will demand ludgment against you for
said sum of SHB 25, gold coin, with Inter
est, us abovo mentioned, aud costs of
Given under my hand and tho seal ot
the District Court of the Seventeenth
Judicial Dlstrlctof the Stale of California,
In and for the county of Los Angelos,
this 12th day ol December, In the year of
our Lord ouelhousaud elghthundred nud
[seal 17th District Court.]
A. W. I'OTTS. Clerk.
By W. ILA.KiBD, Deputy Clerk.
Ity virtue of an execution issued outol
tbe Justice's Court, of El Moute Town
ship, couuty of Los Angeles, State of
California, dated toe 22d day of Decem
ber, 1877, in acertaiu actiou wherein Si
las Bennett as plaintiff recovered Judg
ment against A. J. Phelps, defenduut on
the22d day of December, 1877, 1 have lev
led upou the folio* jng described proper
The N W quartorof Section IS, In Town
1, south of B.mge 11 West,Sau Bernardino
Meridian and Base Lint-, in theCouuty of
Los Angeles, State of California.
Notice is hereby giveu, that ou
TUESDAY, THE 15th DAY UF
At 10 o'clock a. m. of that day, at Ben
nett's Tavern, El Monte township, couu
ty of l.os Augeles,l will sell all the right,
title and luterest of said A.J. Phelps iv
and to the above described properly, at
Public Auction,for cash lv gold coin, to
the highest ana best bidder, to satisfy
said executlou and all costs.
Dated ut El Moute, the 21th day of De
cember, 1877. B. S. BUY AST,
Los A BgelM County, State of
ES fA T B 0 F D A NIE L WILLIAMS,
It appearing to the said Court by the
petition this day presented and filed by
J. E. Griffin, administrator of the estate
ol Daniel Williams,deceased, praying for
an order of salo of real estate, that It is
necessary to sell the whole or some por
tion of the real estate to pay the debts
outstanding against the drceased, aud
the debts, expenses aud charges of ad
It Is therefore orderod by the said Court,
that all persons Interested in the estate
of said deceased, appear before the said
Probate Court ou Monday, tho 11th day
of February, 1878, at 10 o'clock
a. m. of said day, at the court room
of said Probate Court, in the
city and county of Los Angeles,
to show cause why an order
should not be granted to the said Admin
istrator to sell so much of the real estate
of the said deceased usshall be necessary.
And that a copy of this order be pub
lished at least four successive weeks iv
tho Los Angeles Daily Herald, a newspa
p«rprinted and published iv said couuty.
Dated January 9, 1878.
ALBERT M. STEPHENS,
jlO 4w Piobate Judge.
Los Angeles Oil Company.
Location of Principal Place of Business,
Los Augeles, i_allfornla— Location of
Works, Ventura Couuty, California.
No! Ice is heroby giveu that at a meot-
Ingof the Directors of this company held
on the JjJ day of January, IS7B, an as
sessment ( No, 2 ) of twenty - live
cents pe T share wa3 levied upou Ihe cap
ital stock ol the company, payable Im
mediately, in U. B. gold coin, lo the Sec
retary, ut room No. 15, Downey Block.
Any (stock upon which thla assess*
meut remains unpaid on .the 15th
of Feb vary, 1878, will be delin
quent and advertised for sale at public
auction; and unless payment is made he
fore will be aold on the 15th day of
March, 1878, to nay the delinquent as
sessment, together wil h costs of ad verUs
ing and expenses of sale.
By older ol the Board of Directum.
WM. J. NEKLY, Secretary,
No. 15 Downey Block.
Los Angelas, Jau. 7th, 1878. .18 tW
I N tho District Court of the Seventoeuth
I Judicial District ofthe State of Califor
nia, in und for thecouuty of I .os Augeles.
J. M. Urltfith A Co.. Plaintiff ~ vs. A . F.
Newnent et al, Defendants.
Action brought ln the District Court of
tho Seventeenth Judicial District ofthe
State of California, in and for tho County
of Los Angeles, and the Complaint filed
ln said County of Los Angeles, lv the
office of the Clerk of said District Court.
The People uf tbe State of California,
send greeting to A. F. Newueut aud W.
E. Howell, Defendunts.
You are hereby required to appear In
an action brought against you by the
above named F'lalntlfJ in the District
Court of the Seventeenth Judicial Dis
trict of the State ul California, In and for
the County of Los Angeles, and to an
swer tbe complaint filed therein, within
ten days (exclusive ofthe day ol service)
aftei the service ou you of thla summons
—If served within this county; or,ifserved
out of this couuty, but ln this District,
within twenty days; otherwise, with
in furty days —or Judgment by de
lault wlil be taken agulnst you accord
lug to the prayer of said complaint.
'j he said action is brought to obtain a
decree of this Court for t he foreclosure ol
ucertaiu Mechaulc's Lieu described in
the Bald complaint, aad filed by tbo said
plaintiffs In the office of the County Re
corder of Los Angeles couuty, California,
on the Ist day of March, A.U.1877,t0 secure
the payment of the sum of $282 I*3, gold
coin, alleged to be due plaintiffs from de
fendants tor material furnished and used
Ir the coustructiou of a certain building
situated in East Los Angeles, county of
Los Angeleg, California, In lot 1, block
US, knowu as the Terminus Homestead
truct, that tiie premlsos covered by said
lieu may be sold nod the proceeds ap
plied to the payment ot said sun or
8252 M. gold coin; for the sura of 975 aa an
attorney's fees, and the further sum of 88
the costs and expenses of making, filing
aud recording said notice of lieu, all In
U. S. gold coin, and costs of suit, and in
case such proceeds are not sufficient lo
pay the same, thea to obtain an execu
tion against said defendants for the bal
ance remaining due.and also that the said
defendants and all persons, olaimingby,
through or under them or either of them
may be barred and foreclosed of all right,
title, claim, lien, equity of redemption,
and interest ln and to said premises, aud
for other and further re! tel.
Reference is had to complaint for partic
And you are heieby notified that, if you
fall to appoar and nuswer tbe said Com
plaint, aa above required, the said plain
tiffs will apply to the Court for the relief
demanded In the aald complaint.
Giveu under my liand and the seal of
the District Court of the 17th Judicial Dis
trict of tho State of California, lit and for
the couuty of Los Angeles, this 18th day
of May, lv 1 the year of our Lord one
thousaud eight hundred nnd seventy
A. W. POTTS. Clerk.
By A. RIMPAU, Deputy Clerk.
THOM A ROSS. PlalnllfTs Attorneys.
MADAME RITA MICHAUX has le
moved to No. 13 Wllmiagtan Btreet,
where she will out, fit and sew ap the
waist of a dress or aacque for ohe dollar.
Will also go out to cut, fit and prepare
IN the District Com of tbeSeveuteeulb
. Judicial District, f the Statu of Cul
iiorulu, In and for tin 'ountyoi Los Au
Harriet Le vision, Plulutlff, against
« has. J. ShepliL-id. A < iniuisfi utoi , et ul.
Action brought in t Ua District Court ol
the Seventeenth Judicial District ofthe
Stat ) of California, in and for the Couuty
ol L>iH AngeL .•, and the Complaint tiled
lv said County of Lo* Augeles, ln thu
office of thu Olerk of suid District Court.
Tho Feop!' of the Stato of California
agaluseud < eet ing to Chan. J. Shep
herd, Adiii .istrator of tt:o estate ot
Henry Tall? >t. deceased, Ullsabeth Mil
ler, Jleniy v Miller, Samuel Jones Tal
bot, Joslub t'ulbot, li. Talbot, Jackson
Talbot, eh rles Talbot, Kowena Talbot
Carroll Ti Ibot, Hachcl Clark, John
Clark, Mar % Haudurs, Joseph Sanders,
Mary J. Mo gan, P. Morgan, Auu Kllza
Wadkln, / . Wadkln aud Dora Talbol,
You are .eruby required to appear In
an actiou irought against you by the
above uan.ed plaintiff In the District
Court of Hi ■» Seventeenth Judicial District
of the Stats of California, in und for the
countyof L<>s Angeles, and to answer the
complaint died therein, within ton dnys
(exclusive ofthe day of service) alter the
service on you of this summons— if served
within th s oounty; or, If served out ot
thlscoun v, but In this District, within
twenty d;ys; otherwise, wlthlu forty
days —or Judgment by default will be
taken aga ust you, according to the prayer
of said co nplalnt.
Tho said actiou Is brought to obtain
a decree of this court for the loreclosure
a certain mortgsgo described In the suid
complaint, anil executed by the said
Henry Tulbot ou the third day of July,
A. D. J87.1, to secure the payment of a
certatu promissory note of oven dalu
made by Henry Talbot lo
vlslon.for s ttW 00 dollars, U. S. gold coin,
with interest at ths rite of I}, per cent.
per month, compounded monthly from
the 4th day ol July, 1876; that the prem
ises conveyed by said mortgage may b«
sold, and tiie proceeds applied to the pay
ment ot the said note of $300 OO dollars,
gold coiu, with Interest as mentioned iv
complaint, and |50 attorney's
fees; costs of suit; and also
that the said defendants and all person*
clalinlng by, through or under
thetu or either of them, may
bo barred and foreclosud of all right, ti
tle, claim, lien, equity of redemption and
lnturest In and to said mortgaged preni
lies. and for other aud furiher relief.
Reference Is had to complaint for partic
And you are heroby notified that If you
fail to appearand answer the said com
plaint as above required, the said plaintiff
will apply to the Court for the relief de
manded ln Bald complaint.
Given under my hand and the seal uf
the Dlßtrlct Court or the Seventeenth
J udlclal District ofthe Stato of California,
Inuml for thu couuty of I .os Angeles, this
13th day of Decembor, In the yearofour
Lord, one thousand eight hundred and
seveuty<seven. [Seal. ]
A. W. POTTS. Clerk.
By JAMES C. KAYS, Deputy Clerk.
Thantum a BaoOJUt Attorneys for Plain
tiffs. 028 2m
In the Probate Court,
Of tbe County of Los Augeles,
State of California.
In tho matter uf tbe estule of Jacob Uray,
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE WHY OR
DER OK SALE OF REAL ESTATE
SHOULD NOT BE MADE.
A. S. Gray, tbe Executor of tbe last
will uud testament of Jacob Gray, de
ceased, having died bis petition berelu
duly verified, praying for au order ot
sale ot certain part of tbo real estate of
said decedeut for tbe purposes therein
set forth, It U therefore ordered hy the
said Court that all persons iuterosted in
the eatate of said deceased appear before
the said Probate Court on Monday, tbe
4th dan of February, 1878, at teu o'clock
In the forenoon ef said day, at the Court
Room of said Probate Court, at tlu Court
House,ln the elty and county of Los
Augples, to show ouuse why an order
should uot be granted to said executor
to sell so much of the real ostate of said
deceasod at private sale as shall be ne
cessary; and thatucopy of tbisorderUi
pub)ished four successive weeks lv tho
Los A ngeles Daily Herald, a newspaper
published and printed in suid county,
Dated Jau. sth, 1878.
ALBERT M. STEPHENS.
jGtd Probate Judge.
Notice for Publication of Time
for Proving Will, etc,
STATE OF CALIFORNIA, 1 In th- Pro-
Uotlnty of Los Angeles. J bate Court,
In tue Matter of the Estate of Joint
C. Ardis, deceased.
] PURSUANT TO AN ORDER OFTHIB
Court made this day, notice is here
by given that Thursday, the 31st day of
January, A.D. 1878, at 10 o'clock A. si. of
said day, at thu Court room of this Court,
lv the city and county of Los "Auge
les, hasbeen appointed for hearing the ap
plication of John D. Ardis, praying
that a document now on fllo in this couri,
purporting to be the last will and testa
lneut of John C. Ardis, doceased,
be admitted to probate, and thai
letters testamentary be issued there
on to said John D. Ardls, at
which time und place all person*
interested therein may appear and ;ou
tost the same.
Jauuary 15, ISTtt.
A. W. POTTS, Clerk-
By E. H. Owen. Deputy Clerk. |18td
Notice of Guardian's Sale
of Real Estate.
Notice is hereby g(von that iv pursu
unoe of au order of tbe Probate Court of
the county of Los Angeles, state of Call?
fornia. made 014 the ltf;h day of January
A. I>. 1878, lv the matter of tne oitate auu
guardianship of Murla Elvira Frauctsoa
Winslon, a nil nor, the undersigned, tlio
. guardian ot tiie persou and estate Qf said
mluor, wlil sell at private sale, to the
highest bidder, ror cash In gold cola uf
the United Slates, aud subject to confir
mation by suid Probate Court, ou or after
SATUBDAY, THE Uth DAY OF
FEBRUARY, A. D, 1878,
AU the right, titlo, Interest and estate of
the said minor in and to all that oartatn
lot of land situated In tbe city and
oounty of Los Augeles, Statu of Califor
nia, and bounded and described as fol
lows, te wit;
That certain lot of land oommenclngat
the southeust corner of the lot of Fergu
son and Hose, a point ln tbe westerly
line of Main street, and running thencu
along aald southerly line of Ferguson
aud Hose N 65 deg 25 mm W 160 feet and
(j Inches to the easterly line of New High
street; thence along said easterly Hue ot
New High streets '2H deg 3$ mm W f. loot
and liueh; tbence along the northerly
lino of the allottment of Baollla A. do
Bouchet,S6udeg2omtn IE to a polut lv
the westerly Uae of Main street; theuoe
along aaid westerly line N 22 deg 43 mm
E & feet anl I inch, to the polut ctV'oom
lnencement. »' *
Terms and Conditions of Sale:-Cash lv
gold coin of the United Slates. Deed at
expenso ol purohaser,
Bids or oil.n s may be mado at any time
Bfler the first publication af this uotlce,
and before the making ofthe salo.
All bids or offers must be ln writing and
left at the office of Tbom A Ross, Attor
neys at Law, Temple Black, Los Angeles
City, or delivered to the undesigned per
sonalty, or filed with tbo Clerk uf the
said Probate Court.
RAFAEL L. BOUCHET,
Gu .rdlau of the person and estate of Ma
ria Elvira Kranclsca Wlustou, a mluor.
Dated Jauuary 19,1878.
THOM A ROSS.
JlStd Attorneys for Uu»rdlau.
Dissolution of Co-Partnership.
Tha firm heretofore existing undar the
name an t style of Macy, Wilson A Co.,
doing business at tha Fashion Llvory
Stable, In tho city of Los Angeles, State
of California, Is dissolved by mutual
conseut, Oscar Macy having thla day sold
all his luterest in said concern to Messrs.
John WHsbn and Robert A, Young, who
will pay all debts and collect all moueys
due said firm.
lle iw BOpiTA. TOUNU.
Las Angoles, Cal., Jan. M, 1878.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
The publlo are hereby uot idea tliatthe
partuershlp of Bcbaeller A Stengel, here
tofore existing, la dissolved by mu
tual onnieot. The debta of tho firm ttlll
bo paid by Lou la J. ntei.se 1 , who alone Ih
authorized to oollect all hills duo said
Los Angelea, Jan. 7.1878.
Signed: HENRY «<JH AKKFEII.
J9-lm LOUIS J. STENGEL.
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