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Klishii Noyes (substituted for M.F.St.
John), Plaintiff, vs Arthur ileimun
et al, Defendants-Seventeenth Dis
Under and by virtue of a decree of fore
closure and sale entered In tbe District
Court of iho seventeenth Judicial Dis
trlctof the State or Cat I lorn la. In and for
the county of IjOS Angeles, on (he 11th
day of February, A. D. 1878, tv the above
en titled case aud lv favor of Ellsha
JNoyes (substituted lor M. F. St. John),
plaintiff, and against Arthur Helman,
Clottlde Helman and Hie Hank ot Aua
helm,defeudun(s, v certified copy where
of, duly attested under Die seal ol said
court on the 10ih day of February, A. D.
1878, aud delivered to nic on the Ullti day
of February, A. D. IK7B, whereby I :un
commandtrd to sell at public auction to
the highest aud best bidder for cash in
U. S. gold coin, tho following and lv said
decree described real estate, to-wit:
All that certain piece or parcel of land
siluato ln tbe county of Los Augeles,
Slate of California, bounded und de
scribed as lb I lows: All that certain
pleceor parcel of land in tbe town of
Anaheim, and more particularly de
scribed as follows, 10-wftj Lois number
fifty seven and ll.tv-eight, in block M,
reference bolus had to Helman A
George's map of addition building lots,
(Vineyard lot 08) In the city of Anaheim,
Los Angeles county, California, us re
corded on June l4th, 1572, at, the Record
er'snfneoof Los Augeles, together with
all and singular tbe tenements, heredit
aments and appurtenances thereunto be
longing or In any wise appertaining.
Public notice is hereby given that on
SATURDAY, THE lOtli DAY OF
MARCH, A. D. IS7B,
At 12oVlock noon, I will proceed to sell
at the Court House door, In the city and
county of Los Angeles, stateof Califor
nia, at public auction to the highest
and best bidder lor cash in U. S. gold
coin, to satisfy said decree lor principal,
Interest, costs, attorneys' fees and al 1 ne
orulng.costs, all tbe above described real
Given under mv band, Ibis 10.h day of
February, A. D. 187 S.
D. W. ALEXANDER,
f £OLd Sheriff,
Notico of Dissolution.
The copartnership existing between
the undersigned is this day dissolved by
mutual consent. S. C. Hubbell will con
tinue the practice of bis profession at the
old roomn, No. .1 and 4, In Dueoinmun
Block, corner Maiu and Commercial
Los Angeles City, Feb. 18, 1878.
S. C. 111 til; I M .
feU-lm RODNEY HUDSON.
New and Successful
Arthur Leared, M. D., M.K.I.A.
Physician to tbe Infirmary oi Consump
tion und Diseases of the Chest,
WITH AN INTRODUCTION Bit THE
CELEBRATED Mlt. UKQUHABT.
This Pamphlet given awuy on Application At
T ii i:
HAM M AM,
II & 13 DUPONT STREET,
4 CONSUMPTION — THE XUUK
\j ISH BATH I'UhiVENTiVi;, a relief and
a cure, Tho terribly fatal malady, Cousuinp
tion, is almost unknown in those Eastern
countries where the use of the Bath, in tho
fullness of its oriental luxury, is as common
as tho morning; ablution of the face witti us.
We claim a higher degree of civilization than
that enjoyed by the dwellors iv the land
" wbere the cypress aud the myrtle are em.
blems, and the song of the nightingale waxes
faint o'er the gardens of Util in Iter bloom,"
But nave wo it ? Does not the fact that Con
sumption kUls more of the Anglo-Saxon race
ban does any other specific disease, and the
further and Badder fact that physicians aro
powerless in their IU-directcd fight against
it, argue that our civilization might proOt by
a little sprinkling of iho wisdom of the East '/
A few clear-headed men have indicated a
willingness to learn from tbat most precious
fount—experie:ico--and the wisdom of ages,
aud the result is the establishment and intro
duction of the true Turkish Bath. The pores
of the skin are Nature's groat outlet for the
impurities of the system; open them thor
oughly, and disease cannot exist; close tbeui,
or allow them to reniuiu imperfectly open,
aud disease thrives. Consumption iabut tbe
result of a clogged surface. Uod has provided
air in abundance for alt Ills creatures. Man
absorbs it, but neglects to make the absorp
tion profitable. After systematic uegloct
comes lethargy, with lethargy impurity, with
Impurity tubercles. The respiratory organs,
are willing, but they have no object to work
for. ruro air absorbed will surclv eliminate
impurities from tho system, ii tho avenues
of escape are open. Tbe Turkish Bath, in
which the temperature is raised tv that point
which effectually opens tbe pores, affords this
avenuo of escape, lv this hath, administered
with tae skill which is our dowry from the
East, Consumption and all kindred diseases
Und their antidote. Carelessly or imperfectly
given it may prove disastrous to tbe system.
This renowned bath is administered, in Han
Francisco, only at tho HAMMaN, Nos. 11 and
18 Dupont street, where all that wealth and
science and a personal knowledge of tbe cus
toms of the Orientals iv using tbia wonderful
remedial agent, insure tho well against dis
ease and tlie sick a palliation or cure.
Medical Advick and Attention Fuick.
ON BAO LEY PLVCK, OFP O'FARItELL WS
Single Bath, Si.GO; Six
DR. A. M. LORYEA,
1878. NEW YORK. 187
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IN the District Court of the Sevento.eth
I .Judicial District of the slate of Cali
fornia, in and tot me county of Los .An
Kmult P. Weeks. Plaintiff, agatnal K.
H. Barrett, Defendant
Action brought In the District
Court of the 17th Judicial District ol the
Stute of California, In and lor the •'"miuv
of Los Angeles, ami the Complaint hied
lv • 'iid eouiity of Los Angeles, in t he ciUce
ut the Clerk of saiil District Courl.
The people of tho mate of California
■endgreeting tv E. 11. Barrett, defendant.
You are hereby required to appear in
nn action brought, against you by the
above named plain till' In the District
Court of the Seventeenth Judicial Disirict
of the .stale ol California, In and for the
couuty of Los Angeles, nnd lo answer
the complaint filed therein, within ten
days (exclusive of the day of service)
utter tbe service on you of this summons
—if served within this counly; or, it nerved
out of this county, but in this district,
within twenty days ; otherwise, within
forty days—or Judgment by default will
betaken ugnlnst you, according to the
prayer of suld complaint.
Tlie said action is brought, (o obtain a
decree of this Court for the foreclosure of
a certain mortgage described in the said
complaint, and executed by Ihe said de
fendant K. 11. Barrett to W. 11. Simmons
on the 1 wenty-ilrst dny ot March, A. D.
IS7O, to secure the payment of live hun
dred and illteen (S-»t;> OD) dollars iv U. S.
gold coin, which said mortgage was on
the 17th day of Seplumber, A. 1). 1877, du
ly assigned to said plaintiff, Frank P.
Weeks, by suld \V. 11. Simmons, tbat the
premises conveyed by said mortgage
may be sold, und tlie proceeds applied to
the payment of said sum of five hundred
and illteen ($515) dollars, gold coin of the
United Slates, with Interest thereon ac
cording to tlie terms and tenor of the
promissory note mentioned in complaint
nnd for 20 per cent, on tbe principal sum
incnlioneu in said promissory note, for
attorney's fees provided for ln said mort
gage and costs of r ult, aud In caso such
proceeds are not sufficient to pay the
same,then toobtaln an execution against
Mild defendant E. 11. Barrett, for tbe bal
ance remaining due, and also that the
saiil defendant aud all persons claiming
by,through or under blm may be barred
ami foreclosed of all right, title, claim,
lien, equity of redemption, aud in
terest in and to said moitieaged premis
es, and for other aud further relief. Re
ference is had to complalnL for particu
And you are hereby notified that if you
Rail to appear and answer the said com
plaint as above required, the said plain,
tills will apply to the court for tbe relief
demanded In thesaid complaint.
Given under my hand add tho seal ol
the District Court of tho Seventeenth
Judicial Distrlctof the State of Callforuia,
In and for the county of Los Angeles
this 7th day of January,'in tlie year of our
Lord, ono thousand eight hundred aud
ISeaL] A. \V. POTTS. Clerk.
By JAM EH C. KAYS, Deputy Clerk.
C. Hi FOSTER, Plaintiff's Attorney.
Fi uikel Brae.. Plaintiff, vs. L. F. Clapp
and William Clapp, Defendants— Sev
enteenth District Court,
Under nnd by virtue ol a decree of
foreelosu re and order of sale,
entered ln the District Court
of the Seventeenth Judicial District
of tbe state of California, in and for tho
county ol Los Angeles, on the Bth day of
February, A. D. 1878, in the above entl
lied c.iso, nnd In favor of Frankel Bros.,
plaintiffs, and against L. K. Clapp and
Wm. Clapp, defendants, a certified copy
whereof, duly attested under the seal of
said court on tbe Sth day of i< ebrttary, A.
1). 1878, and delivered to me on the Bth
day of February, A. D. 1878. whereby I
am commaanded to sell at public auc
tion,to the highest and best bidder, lot
cash In U. S. gold coin, the following and
In said, decree described real estate, to
All that certain piece or parcel of laud,
situate, lying and being in tlie counly of
Los Angeles, state of California, and
bounded aud described as follows,to wit:
South by lands ot Santa Gertrudes Land
Company, east by pasture land (owner
not known), north by land of Wiley
Swain, and west by land of Harris and
Levy and known ;u tho Cook Hancbo
and ooiatatulng an urea of forty acres of
laud, being part of the same tract of land
deeded by the Santa Gertrudes Land
Company to M. E. Frankel, February
16th. 1875, nnd recorded March lflt.h, 1575,
in Liber 8] of Deeds, page 928 of Los An
geles County Record*.
Public notico is hereby given that on
.SATURDAY, THE 2d DAY OF
MARCH, A. D. 187S,
At twelve o'clock noon, I will proceed
to .sell, a t the Co v r t House
door, in Iho city nnd county
of Los Angeles, Slam of California, at
public auction to tlie highest and best
bidder for cash In 11. S. gold coin, to satis
fy said decree for principal, interest,
costs, attorneys' lees and all accruing
eosls,all the above described roal estate.
Given under my hand, t his Sth day of
D. W. ALEX ANDER,
ft!* Dl Sheriff.
11. W. U ell man et al., Plaintiffs, vs. M.
Alleg, Defendant..— Seventeenth Dis
Under aud by virtue of au execution,
issued out of ihe District Court of the
Seventeenth Judicial District of the
Stateof California, In anil for Los Ange
les county, to mo directed and de
livered on ihe sth day of February, a.
D. 1878, lor n judgment rendered ln said
Court on the 6th day of February,
A. D. 187S, in the above entitled case,
and In favor of H. W. Mellman, Jacob
Haas ana A. Haas, comprising tbe ilrm
of ilellman, Haas & Co., Plaintiffs,
nnd against M. Alleg. Defend
ant, I have levied upon aud shall on
SATURDAY, THE 2J DAY OF
MARCH, A. D. 1878,
At It o'clock P. m.. proceed to sell at
the Court House door, in the city and
county of Los Angeles, State of Cali
fornia, at public auction, to the
highest ami best bidder, for cash in Unit
ed States gold coin, to satisfy said execu
tion tor principal, cents, Interest aud all
accruing costs, all the right, title
ami interest of defendant in and to the
following described real estate, to wit:
Commencing at the northwesterly cor
ner of olive aud Eleventh streets, runs
thence northwesterly along the north
owsterly 1 Ine of Eleventh street 105 feet;
thence at right angeles northeasterly on
a line parallel with Olive street 50 feet;
t hence at right angles soulheastosly on v
line parallel with Eleventh street 105 feet,
and thence southeasterly along the
northwesterly line of Olive street 50 feet
to (he point of beginning, being a portion
of lot 1 of block 70, as known in d desig
nated on Ord's map of survey of the city
of IjOs Angeles,
Also, 13% acres in SE. corner of E. % or
SW. Si Wee. M T. 1 S. R. 14 W. of S.
B. M ~ location In a square grnn t by Mi
guel Linares to M. Alleg, B. 37, P. 610.
Commencing 10 chains N. of W section
corner, between sections 14 nnd 23; thence
north ',1% chains; thence W. 20 chains;
theneo s. i:; 1 ., chains to section line;
thence K. 10 chains; thence N. 10chains;
thonco E. 10 chains to point of beginning,
containing 17 acres, less ;;' . A acres sold by
Given undor my hand at Los Angeles,
this, February Oth, A. D- 1878.
D. W. ALEXANDER,
In ihe Probate Court,
Of tho Couuty of Los Angeles,
State of California.
In the matter of the Estate and Guard
ianship of Maria Elvira Kr.uicifica
Winston, v minor.
It appearing to this Court from the pet I
llon this day presented and tiled by
Rafael L. Buuehet, the guurdlun of tbe
person and estate of Maria Elvira Fran
cisca Winston, a minor, praying for an
order of sale of certain real estate belong
ing to ills said ward .that it would bo bene
ficial to saiil ward and Is necessary lor
the preservation thereof that such real
estate should be sold:
It in hereby ordered that the next of
kin of the said ward, nnd till persons In
terested in ihe suld eitat**, appear before
this Court ou
TUESDAY, THE J2tli DAY OK
MARCH, A. D. 1878,
At lo o'clock a. h., nt the Court Room
ol this Court, at ihe Court House, In the
city and county of Los Angeles, then
and there to show cause why unorder
should not be granted for tbe sale of such
And It is further oidered
that a copy of this order be pub
lished at leust four successive wceas
In the Daily Los Angeles Her
ald, a newspaper printel and published
Id said city and county of Los Angeles.
Dated Kebiuary 7lh. 1878.
ALBERT M. STEPHENS,
Atteat: A. W POTTS. Clerk.
By E. H. OWEN, Deputy. feOld
A. W. Potts and \V. H. J. Brooks, Plain
tiffs, vs. Charles Melles et at, Defeud
nuts.—.Muvenleenth District Court.
UN I»EUA N D BY VIRTU EO F
a decree of foreclosure and
order of sale entered in t be
District Court of the Seven
teenth Judicial District of Iho State
of Cal I fern la, In and for the county of
Los Angeles on the 80ib day of J miliary,
A. D. 1378, In the übove entitled case ami
In favor of \. W. Potts and \V. H. .1.
Brooks, plaint Ill's, and against Charles
Melles, Charlotte Melles, E. Germain
nnd G. 11. Mattleld, M. Levy and Joseph
Coblcntz, partners doing business under
the firm name of Levy & GOblents.de
fendunts, n certified copy whereof, duly
Attested under tbe seal oi' said court on
the Utfa day of February, A. D. 1878, and
delivered to me on the 10th day of Feb
ruary, A. D. iB7s, whereby 1 am com
inauded to sell at public auction, to the
highest and best bidder, (foi cash In U. S.
gold coin, the rollowiug and In said de
cree described real estate, to wit:
All that certain lot. pice > or parcel of
laud situate, lying and being In the city
of Los Angeles, county or Los Angeles,
and State of California, and bounded and
particularly described as follows: Com
mencing at the northwesterly line of Ol
ive strott ut a point distant one hundred
and fifty feet northeasterly from the
northwesterly corner of Olive and Elev
enth streets, runs thence northeasterly
along said line of Olive st reet litty feet;
thence at right angles northwesterly In
a line parallel with Eleventh street one
hundred uud sixty-live feel; thence at
right angles, southwesterly on a line pnr
nllel with Olive street fifty feet; thence
at right angles southeasterly on a line
parallel with Eleventh street one hun
dred and sixty-five feet to the point of
Public notles is hereby given thftl on
TUESDAY, THE 12th DAY OF
MARCH, A. D. ISTS,
At 12 o'clock neon, I will proceed to sell
at the Court House door, In the city and
county of Los Aegeles, State of Califor
nia, at public auction, to the highest and
best bidder, for cash In U. S.
gold coin to satisfy said decree for prin
cipal, Interest, costs, attorney's fees and
ell accruing costs, all ihe above deaonbed
Given under my hand, this Kith day of
February, A. D, 187 S.
D. VV. ALEXANDER,
fe!7 td Sheriff.
Hy virtue of an execution issued out of
Justice John Hopper's Courl, of El Monte
Township, County of Los Angeles, State
of California, dated the Bthdayof Feb
ruary, IB7S. in a certain action wherein
William G. Badger,as plaintiff,recovered
judgment against A.J. Hoi n, defendant,
on the Bth day or February, 1878, I have
levied upon Ibe following described
property, to wit:
Store bouse and corn-crib and lot,
bounded and described as follows, to wit:
North by county road, east by J. E. Tip
ton and south by J. E. Tipton, west by E.
B. Tylor; uil situated in tbe town of El
Notice is hereby given that on
TUESDAY, THE 12th DAY OF
At tin o'clock A. M. of that day,
at Xt Monte, county of 1 os
Augeles, 1 will sell alt t he right, title and
Interest of said A. J. Horn
in and to the above described property,
at public auction, for cash U.S. gold coin,
to the highest und best bidder, to satisfy
said execution and nil costs.
Dated at El Monte, the 11th day of Feb
roar*, ists. h. s. bryant,
By virtue of an execution issued out or
Justice John Hopper's Court, of El Monte
Township, county ol Los Augeles, state
of California,dated tlie Bth day of Feb
ruary, 1878, In a certain action wherein
G. Venard.as plaintiff, recovered ludg
meut against A. J, Horn, defendant, on
the bth day of February, 1878, I have lev
ied upon the following described proper
ty, to wit;
Store home and corn-crib and lot, de
scribed and bounded as follows, to wit:
North by county mail, east and south by
J. E. Tipton, west by E. B. Tylor; all situ
ated lv ihe town of El Monte.
Notice is hereby given that on
TUESDAY, THE Uth DAY OF
At 11 o'clock a. m. of that day,
at I-.l Monto, county of Los An
geles, 1 will sell ai! the right, title ami
Interest Of said A. J. Horn
in and to the above deicrlbed property,
at public auci ion,tor cash U.s. gold coin lo
the highest and best bidder, to satisfy
said execution and all costs.
Dated at El .Motile, tho 11th day of Feb
ruary, 1878 IJ. H, BRYANT,
Prudent Beaudry, Plaintiff, vs. Vincent
Geleich, De'endaut —Seventeenth Dis
ITH DDK AM) BY VIRTUE OF A
J decree of foreclosure and or
der ot sale entered In tbe
District Court of the 17th Judicial
District of the state of California, In uud
ror Los Angeles county, on the 18th day
ot January, A. D. ISTS, in the above enti
tled case, and lv favor of Prudent Beau
dry, plaint I if, aud against Vincent
Geleich, defendant, v certified copy
whereof, duly attested under the seal
of said court on tbe LOth duy
of February, a.d. 1878. and delivered to me
on the 21st day of February, A. D. 1878,
whereby 1 am commanded to sell nt public
auction, to ttie highest and best bidder
for cash In U. S. gold coin, tbe following
and lv said decree described real estate,
Those two certain pieces or parcels of
land, situate, lying and being In the town
of Wilmington, counly of Los Angeles,
Stute of California, more particularly
described as follows, to wit:
First—Tho north half of block 8, in
range 0, commencing at the point ol in
tersection of tbe eastern line of P street
and the southern tine of Fifth street, aud
running along tlie latter line north 22 deg
35 minutes east five chains lo E street;
thence along E street south seventeen
degress 25 minutes east three chains 50
links; thence south 72degrees H5 minutes
west live chains und tiny links, to point
of beginning, containing one and three
qua i ters acres of laud, and particularly
described on tbe map of Wllmingtou (or
New Sau Pedro) made by Frunk Lecauv
reuruud recordeu in tbe county records
of Los Angeles county, in book 0 ot
deeds, pp. 01 aud 67.
Second—Lot 4, in block H, In Banning
Reservation, so called; reference being
had for more particular description lo
the diagram oi blocks E, F, G, H, J aud
X of said reservat ion, as drawn by F. Le
couvreur and recorded ln page 485 and
48(1, lv Book 1 of Miscellaneous Records
or Los Angeles counly.
Public notice is hereby given tiiaL on
SATURDAY, THE 10TH DAY OF
MARCH, A. D. 1878,
Al 1?:30 o'clock p. nr., I will proceed to sell,
ut the Court House door. In the city and
county ot Los Angeles, State of Califor
nia, at public auction to tlie highest aud
best bidder, for cash ln U. S. gold coin, to
satisfy said decree for principal, luter
est,costs, attorney's fees uud all accru
ing costs, ull the ab >va described real es
Given under mv baud this 21ut day of
February, A. D. 1878.
D. W. ALEXANDER,
re 22 td Sheriff.
All persons are hereby cautioned and
warned not to purchase either of the fol
lowing described promissory notes, exe
cuted by me lv fuvor of A. L. Bush, to
One dated July 25Ui, 1877, ror $400 in U.
S. gold coin, with Interest al the rate oi
one per cent, per month from the Ist day
Of September, 1877, due March Ist, 1878.
One dated July 25th, 1877, ror $2 000 in U.
S. gold coin, with interest at tbe rate of
one percent, per mouth irom Seplember
lst, 1877, due two years from date.
One dated August 2d, 1577, for $400 | n U.
S. gold coln,wlth Interest at one per cent,
per month rrom the Ist, day of September,
1877; due July 25th, 1870.
Toe entire consideration tor which said
notes were given having failed and said
notes having been obtained Irom me by
said Bush by means or false representa
tion,, Ido not intend to pay any part of
either of the said notes.
San Bernardino, Cat., Nov. 21, 1877.
Burnell & Clements,
Landscape Gardeners and
JOlf No. 196 SPRING ST.
IN thu District Court of tlieSevenleenlb
JuUtclal District, of tho State of Cal
liornlu, In und lor the County oi I,os An
Harriet Lcvistou, Plaintiff, against
Clias. .J. Shepherd. Ad intundra, tor, et al.
I> •leu l ,anis.
Action brought in Ihe District Court ol
the Seventeenth Judicial District of the
Stall- of California, in and for tbe OoUBI %
Of Liol An eles.and the Complaint Died
In said County of tXH Angeics, in the
Office of the Clerk of said District Court.
Tho Peoplo of ihe State of California
again send greeting lo Chas. j. tjhep
berd, Administrator of tlo estate oi
Henry Talbot, deceased, Elizabeth Mil
ler, Henry A. Miller, Samuel Jones Tal
bot, Joslah Talbot, it. Talbot, Jackson
Talbot, Charles Talbot, Kowena Talbot
Carroll Tulbot, Kachel Clark, Johu
Clark, Maria Sunders, Joseph Snndern,
Mary J. Morgan, P. Moigau, Ann Eliza
Wudkin, A. Wadkiu and Dora Talbot,
You aro hereby required to appear in
an action brought against you by the
ttbovc named plaintiff in the Dlstiict
Court of tiie Seventeenth Judicial District
of tbe State of California, In and for the.
county ol Los Angeles, and to answer the
complaint filed therein, within ten days
(exclusive of tbe day ol service) after the
service on you of this summons—if served
within this county; or, if served out 01
this counly, but in this District, within
twenty days; otherwise, within forly
days —or Judgment by default will be
taken against you, according lo tbe prayer
of said complaint.
The said action Is brought to obtain
a decree of tils court for Ihe foreclosure
a certain inortgHgo described in the said
complaint, and executed by tho said
Henry Talbot on tbe third day of July,
a. D. 1575, to secure ihe payment of'a
certain promissory nolo of even date
made by Henry Talbot lo HurnetiLe
viston.ior $.tOO to dollars, U. S. gold coin,
with Interest at the rate ot l\% percent,
per month, compounded •nonthly from
Die-Ith day ol July, 1870; that the prem
ises conveyed by said mortgage may be
sold, nnd the proceeds applied to the pay
ment ot the -said note of $300 00 dollars,
gold coin, Willi interest ns mentioned In
complaint, and $50 attorney's
fees; costs of suit; and also
that Ihe said deleudants and all persons
claiming by, through or under
ibem or either of them, may
be barred and foreclosed of all right, ti
tle, claim, lien, equity of redemption aud
interest in and to said mortgaged prem
ises, and ror other and further relief.
Reference Is had to complaint for partic
And you are hereby notified that if you
fall io appear and answer the said com
plaint as above required, thesnld plaintiff
will apply to the Court for tbe relief de
manded in said complaint.
Given under my hand and tho seal of
the District Court of the SeveuU-enth
Judicial District of tho Stute or California,
In and for the county of J<Ofl Angeles, thh,
13th day of December, In the yearor our
Lord, ono thousand eight hundred and
A. W. POTTS, Clerk.
By JAMES C. KAYS, Deputy Clerk.
TitANTUM & Bkooks, Attorneys for Plain-
UflS, d2B 2m
IN THE DISTRICT COURT tOF THE
Seventeenth Judicial District of tlie
State of California, In and ror the
county of Los Angeles.
tsamuel Meyer, plaintiff, against J.
Action brought iv the District Court of
the Seventeenth Judicial District of the
Stateof California, in und for the counly
of Los Angeles, and the cmnpiulul Mcd in
said county of Los Angeles, in tho office
of the Clerk of said District Court.
Tlie people of tho State of California
send grectiugloj. Cohn, defendant.
You are hereby required to appear In an
action brought against you by the above
named Plaintiff in the District Court of
the Seventeenth Judicial District of the
State of California, in und for the County
of I .oh Angeles, und to answer the com
plaint Mcd therein, within ten days (ex
clusive or the day or service) after the
service on you of this summons—lf served
within this County; or, if served out
of this County, but in this District, withln
twenty days; otherwise, within forty duys
—or judgment by default will be taken
against you, according to the prayer oi
The said action is brought to h cover
Judgment for ttie sum of $188 25, gold
coin, alleged to be due for goods, wares
and merchandise, supplied to defendant
by plaintiff, with interest thereon from
15tb January, 1875, at the rate ot ten per
cent, per annum, nud for ousts of suit.
Reference is had to complaint loi par
And you are hereby notified that if you
tail to appear and answer tbe said com
plaint as above required, the said plniutitt
will demand judgment against you for
said sum Of $438 25, gold coin, with inter
est as above mentioned, and costs ol
Given under my hand and the seal ot
the District Court of the Seventeen;h
Judicial District of the State oi California,
in and ror the county or l*>s Ang*h»,
this 12th day ol Decern her, In the year id
our Lord one thousand eight hundred sua
[seal 171 h District Courl.J
A. W. POTTS. Cletk.
By W. H. A. Kie>]>, Dcpuiy Clerk.
IN tho District Court of tho Seventeenth
Judicial District of the state of Califor
nia, in and ror the county of Los Angeles.
J. M. Grifflth .v Co., Plaintiff*, vs. A. K.
Newneut et al, Defendants.
Action brought In the District Court of
the Seventeenth Judicial District of the
State of California, ln and for the County
of Los Augeles, and the Complaint Mcd
in said County of Los Angeles, in tbe
ofllce of the Clerk of suld District Court.
The Peoplo of the stute of California,
send greeting io A. F. Newneut and W.
E. Howell. Defendants.
You nre hereby required to appear iv
au action brought ugalust you by the
above named Pialntifl In the District
Court or the Seventeenth Judicial Dis
trict of the State ol California, ln and for
the County of Los Angeles, and to an
swerthe compliant Mcd therein, within
ten days (exclusive of the day of service)
aftei the service on you of thissummons
—if served within this counly ;or,lfserved
out of this county, but in this District,
within twenty days; otherwise, with
in forty days —or Judgment by do
lault will be taken against you accord
lug to the prayer of said complaint.
'i lie said uction is brought to obtain a
decree of this Court for the foreclosure ot
a certain Mechanic's Lien described In
the said complaint , and tied by tbe said
plaintiffs in the ofllce of the County Re
corder of Los Angeles couuty, California,
on the Ist day of Marcb,A.u.lB77,to secure
the payment of the sum of $282 93, gold
coin, alleged to be due plaintiffs from de
fendants lor material furnished and used
It; the construction or a certain building
situated lv East Los Angeles, county of
Los Angeics, California, In lot 1, block
38, known as the Terminus Homestead
tract, that the premises covered by said
lien may be sold and the proceeds ap
piled to tbe payment of said su*n of
8282 SC.gold coin; for the sum of $75 as an
attorney's fees, and the further sum of $8
the costs and expenses or Irak log, filing
and recording said notice of lien, all lv
U. S. gold coin, and costs of suit, and ln
cose such proceeds are not sufficient to ]
pay tbe same, then to obtain un execu- !
t ion against suld defendants for the bal
ance remaining due,and also that the said
defendants and all persons claiming by. |
through or uudcr them or either of them I
may be barred and foreclosed or al 1 right, ,
title, claim, lien, equity of redemption. I
und interest in und to said premises, uud ,
for other und further relief.
Reference is had to complaint for partic
And you are hereby notified that. If you (
fall to appear uud auswer the said Com
pluinL, us above required, tbe said plulu
t ifls will apply to the Court for the rcnoi
demanded In the said complaint.
Given under ray hand and the seal of
the District Courl of Ihe 17th Judicial Dis
trict ot the State of California. In and for
the couuty of Los Angeles, this 18th day
of May, in the year of our Lord one
thousand eight hundred aud seventy
A. W. POTTS. Clerk.
By A. RIMPAU, Deputy Clerk.
TIIOM A HOSS, Plaintiffs Attorneys.
Notico to Creditors.
ESTATE OF DANIEL SCHMIDT, DE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN HY
the undersigned, Administrator of
ttie oßtate of DauleiSchmldt,deceasfld,to
the creditors of, aud all persons having
claims against the said deceased ,to exhib
it t htm,with the necessary voucbers.with
iu four months ufter the first publication
olthls notice, lo the said Administrator,
at his ofllco, Temple Block ,in the city of
Los Angeles, or to Scott A Montgomery,
attorneys at law, Anaheim, ln tin-coun
ty of Los Angeles.
Dated at Los Angeles, January 28, 1878.
J. E. GRIKFiN,
Administrator of the Estate of Daniel
Schmidt, deceased. J2B 4w
/f\ M tf\g\ 4% Salary. l'trmaaratfaatßto
ll* \\ fill II wftDMd u> mii oursm»ae«oJi u
ujIuUIJ ' raw«r.;t